Three Spartan wrestlers earned a win on Friday, but the Case Western Reserve University wrestling team was swept in a tri-meet with NCAA Division I Cleveland State University and John Carroll University on Friday evening at Woodling Gym in Cleveland, Ohio.
The Spartans fell to Cleveland State (2-0) 51-(-1), and then lost to John Carroll (1-1), 35-10.
Versus John Carroll, senior Jacob Frisch put the Spartans on the board first with a 19-7 major decision over Dominic Devine at 133 pounds. The Blue Streaks took the next three matches, before senior Andrew Hoover won a 3-1 decision over Ian McKenna at 149 pounds.
After losses at 174, 285 and 141, senior Isaac Collier earned CWRU's final points at 165 pounds after he picked up a 6-2 decision victory over Sam Gross.
Frisch and Andrew Hoover each finished the tri-meet with a 1-0 record, while Collier ended the meet with a 1-1 record.
Case Western Reserve will return to action next Sunday, November 10th, as they prepare to host Ohio Intercollegiate Open at the Veale Center on the CWRU campus. Action at the tournament is scheduled to start at 9:00 a.m.