Jarren Komac (left) and Matt Weber shake hands before a match. (TOM WYLIE/MTN Sports)

(Argo Athletics Media Release)

HAVRE, Mont. – No. 3 Shonn Roberts took care of business and No. 9 Tyler Webley beat previously ranked Steeler French, but some other disappointing losses led to a 27-15 loss for No. 6 University of Providence men’s wrestling to rival No. 13 Montana State University-Northern.

Roberts, UP’s highest ranked wrestler and recently named NAIA Wrestler of the Week, was leading 6-2 and looked poised for at least a major decision if not a technical fall, but ended up winning on an injury forfeit.

At 184, junior Tyler Webley, who was coming off of a knee injury, faced Steeler French who had been ranked most of the year. Webley still didn’t look 100 percent but managed to pull off a takedown right on the edge of the circle in overtime to win a 3-1 minute decision.

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The stunning loss of the night came at 174, where No. 4 Adrian Lyons-Lopez dropped a 4-3 decision to an unranked opponent.

The loss ends a three-dual winning streak for UP over Northern and give the Argos a 9-6 record in duals in 2017-18.


125-Nick Kunz (MSUN) over Austin Dodson (UP) (Fall 1:45)
133-Landon Bailey (MSUN) over Isaac Wilson (Providence (Mont (Dec 7¬1)
141-Matt Weber (MSUN) over Jarren Komac (Providence) (Fall 5:47)
149-Shonn Roberts (UP) over Dylan Veis (MSUN) (Inj. 0:00)
157-Brandon Weber (MSUN) over Casey Dobson (UP) (Dec 9¬5)
165-Andrew Bartel (MSUN) over Josh Beckler (UP) (Dec 8¬2)
174-Chris Nile (MSUN) over Adrian Lyons¬Lopez (UP) (Dec 4¬3)
184-Tyler Webley (UP) over Steeler French (MSUN) (SV¬1 3¬1)
197-Isaac Bartel (MSUN) over John Hensley (UP) (SV¬1 3¬1)
285-Mathew Hopkins (UP) over Unknown (For.)


  1. Tom Wylie could give a little credit to the Northern program who has been a staple in the NAIA for many, many years. Absolutely no mention of the ranked wrestlers for Northern or any credit given to their athletes. There are only 2 wrestling programs in Montana, give each equal coverage!

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