Posted by Gilbert Sam on 4:04 PM
Howe, who is from Cedar Lake, Ind., is competing for the Sooners for the first time this season after transferring from Wisconsin and redshirting last year.
As the No. 1 seed at 174 pounds, Oklahoma redshirt senior Andrew Howe paved his way to the 2013 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Collegiate Invitational finals in convincing fashion, winning by a fall in 3:47, a 16-6 major decision, a fall in 4:24 and a 16-4 major decision.
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In the final round, Howe topped the No. 2 seed Robert Kokesh of Nebraska by a 3-2 decision to claim the 174-pound title.
Howe’s performance helped the fourth-ranked Sooners claim the team title at the tournament with 154.5 points, 24 points ahead of second-place and 10th-ranked Nebraska.
On the 2013-14 season, Howe is a perfect 12-0.
Howe’s Results from Dec. 6 and Dec. 7 at the Cliff Keen Invitational
Andrew Howe fall Austin Dewey (Boise State), 3:47
Andrew Howe maj. dec. Mark Martin (Ohio State), 16-6
Andrew Howe fall Bryce Hammond (CSU Bakersfield), 4:24
Andrew Howe maj. dec. Turtogtokh Luvsandorj (Citadel), 16-4
Andrew Howe dec. Robert Kokesh (Nebraska), 3-2
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