|125||Hakim Sims||0||Austin Boles||11 (MD)|
|133||#2 Hugo Perez||8||Cole Mills||2|
|141||Elias Mercado||8||Daniel Zeleny||4|
|149||Jake Wilson||WTF (17-2)||Jake Clifton|
|157||Scottie Bonds||DQ||Elijah Dahl|
|165||Cooper Self||WBF||Dylan Costello||2:59|
|174||David Moran||3:39||Andras Lukacs-Farkas||WBF|
|184||Gage Hartline||WBF||D'rell Gist||2:06|
|197||Adam Ball||Nicholas Null||WTF (23-8)|
|285||James Jones||6:14||Randall Null||WBF|
|WTF||Winner by technical fall; won by 15 points (time of fall on loser's column)|
|WBF||Winner by fall (time of fall on loser's column)|
|WBD||Won by default (in loser's column: INJ = injury, DIS = disqualified)|
Randy Null pinned James Jones at the 6:14 mark in the final match (285) to give Northwestern a 27-23 upset win over No.9 Midland at the NAIA Duals held in Fort Wayne, Ind. The win give the Red Raiders a 1-1 record at the Duals and 5-2 overall.
Northwestern will now face No.7 Southern Oregon at 4pm CST.
Trailing 23-21 heading into the final match at 285, Null picked up a huge win and pushed the Red Raiders on top. Null improved his season record to 13-1.
Austin Boles earned his second win at the National Duals, opening with a 11-0 major decision over Hakim Sims at 125. Elijah Dahl picked up six points with a win at 157 on a DQ to Scottie Bonds. Andras Lukacs-Farkas won by fall at 174, pinning David Moran at 3:39. Farkas improves to 7-1 on the year. Nick Null also picked up a win at 197, defeating Adam Ball by Technical Fall (23-8).
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