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The rifle team took down another service academy, wrestling split their meets, and gymnastics posted a conference win

NCAA Wrestling: Big Ten Wrestling Championship Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

Since y’all liked the last update on the Olympic sports (and the Husker athletic department makes this easy with a nice, neat list of articles) I thought I’d continue the updates.

Wrestling (8-3 Overall, 2-2 Big Ten)

The Husker grapplers didn’t find much to celebrate against the unanimous national number one team, but they dominated Maryland.

No. 1 Penn State 25, No. 7 Nebraska 6, Sunday, Jan. 20, University Park, Pa. Meet summary...

No. 7 Nebraska 37, Maryland 6, Friday, Jan. 18, College Park, Md. Meet summary...

Women’s Gymnastics (2-1 Overall, 1-0 Big Ten)

The scores on gymnastics meets always seem so close to me, but apparently .5 points is a big difference.

No. 15 Nebraska 194.850, Rutgers 194.325, Saturday, Jan. 19, New Brunswick, N.J. Meet summary...

Track & Field

The Husker women were especially dominant in the jumping events.

Huskers Claim Five Titles at Simmons-Harvey Big Ten Invitational, Saturday, Jan. 19, Ann Arbor, Mich. Meet summary...

Rifle (6-5 Overall, 4-3 GARC)

Add Navy to the list of service academies beaten by the Huskers this season.

No. 8 Nebraska 4,627, No. 15 NC State 4,606, Sunday, Jan. 20, Nebraska Rifle Range Meet summary...

No. 8 Nebraska 4,652, No. 10 Navy 4,650, Friday, Jan. 18, Nebraska Rifle Range Meet summary...

Women’s Tennis (1-1)

Another sport in which we can beat Creighton!

Nebraska 6, Creighton 1, Saturday, Jan. 19, Dillon Tennis Center Meet summary...

Air Force 4, Nebraska 3, Saturday, Jan. 19, Dillon Tennis Center Meet summary...

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