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Husky Wrestling postseason

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Andy Pokorny is a 133-pounder from Bennington, Neb.

Andy Pokorny is a 133-pounder from Bennington, Neb.

Jacob Kahnke, a senior from Shakopee, is nationally ranked at 285 pounds A senior from Coon Rapids, Shamus O'Grady is the top-ranked NCAA D-II wrestler at 184 pounds Andy Pokorny, who hails from Bennington, Neb,, is one of the best 133-pounders in NCAA Division II wrestling Eric Forde, is a sophomore 125-pounder from Fargo, N.D. Pierz native Clint Poster wrestles at 157 pounds Andy Pokorny is a 133-pounder from Bennington, Neb. 

The nation's best NCAA Division II wrestling team begins the postseason Sunday with a national championship in its sights.

The No. 1 Husky Wrestling team enters the Feb. 24 Super Region 3 meet in Waterloo, Iowa, as the two-time regional champion and two-time national runner-up. 

Get to know your Huskies: 

  • Coach Steve Costanzo's career record at St. Cloud State is 100-23, an 81 percent win rate.
  • The team is 21-0 and has won 47 consecutive dual meets dating back to January 2011.
  • Senior Shamus O'Grady, Coon Rapids, who is ranked No. 1 at 184-pounds, has a career record of 100-18.
  • Other nationally ranked wrestlers include Eric Forde, Fargo, N.D., at 125 pounds; Andy Pokorny, Bennington, Neb., at 133 pounds; Clint Poster, Pierz, at 157 pounds and Jacob Kahnke, Shakopee, at 285 pounds.

Learn more in the Husky Wrestling Media Guide (PDF) and on the team website and Twitter feed.

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