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The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga wrestling team posted a 32-8 win over VMI in Maclellan Gym today. The Mocs won eight of 10 matches to improve to 3-5 overall and 1-0 in Southern Conference action.
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Head coach Kyle Ruschell had to make a few adjustments in his lineup due to some injuries, and the Mocs responded with an impressive win. UTC took the first six matches, running out to a 25-0 lead to secure the team victory.
Freshman Mason Wallace was one of those adjustments. He bumped up to 157 in place of an injured Ryan Resnick for the third match in row. After a scoreless first, Wallace chose bottom and was turned for two back points by VMI's
NEW YORK, N.Y. -- The Binghamton wrestling team had some fun in the Big Apple today, clinching a 23-12 victory over Columbia to win their second straight dual.
"I'm really proud of the way our athletes wrestled this weekend," head coach Kyle Borshoff said. "Today ws a fantastic effort against Columbia. Aidan got the team rolling with a nice revenge win, after that the team dug in and gave a great effort to win seven out of 10 bouts. Anthony Sparacio also picked up a nice revenge win tonight and continues to get better every time he steps on the mat. I'm looking forward to next weekend and hope we can keep the same focus and effort moving forward."
With back-to-back wins under Borshoff's squad's belt, the Bearcats move t
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- The No. 6-ranked University of Michigan wrestling team continued its perfect start to the 2018-19 season, claiming seven individual matches en route to a 23-9 win over No. 18 Purdue on Sunday afternoon (Jan. 20) in front of 1,756 fans at Cliff Keen Arena.
The Wolverines improved to 8-0 on the season, tying the program's best start since an undefeated 14-0 season in 1973-74. Michigan also started 8-0 during the 2000-01 and 2001-02 seasons. Michigan owns four wins over ranked opponents this season and is 4-0 in Big Ten Conference duals.
Michigan earned bonus points in two bouts, while three Wolverines defeated ranked Purdue opponents. Senior/junior Stevan Micic, ranked No. 1 nationally at 133 pounds, did both, cruisi
NORFOLK, Va. -- The University at Buffalo wrestling team earned a hard-fought 19-12 victory at Old Dominion on Sunday afternoon to secure its first Mid-American Conference win of the season. Trailing 12-10 in the dual, the Bulls won the day's final three matches to pull out the victory.
After dropping the first match, Derek Spann quickly tied the dual with a 10-4 decision over Killian Cardinale at 133. The Bulls' redshirt sophomore stayed perfect, improving to 10-0 in duals on the season.
One of the key bouts of the day came at 141 lbs. where Bryan Lantry, ranked 11th in the nation, faced off against eighth-ranked Sa'Derian Perry, an All-American. After falling behind, 2-1, Lantry was dominant the rest of the way and earned an 11-3 ma
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Wrestling at home for the first time in more than a month, the Virginia wrestling team (11-6) picked up another victory, defeating Ohio (3-4) on Sunday afternoon at Memorial Gym.
Virginia won seven weight classes, including four bonus-point victories, in taking down the Bobcats.
Junior Jack Mueller (Dallas, Texas) continued his hot streak at 125 pounds, claiming his 10th bonus-point victory of the year and improved to 10-0 with a major decision on Sunday. Freshman Robert Patrick (Ligonier, Pa.) won by pinfall at 174 pounds and sophomore Jay Aiello (Chantilly, Va.) added a major decision of his own at 197 pounds. Sophomore Louie Hayes (Orland Park, Ill.) picked up a forfeit at 133 pounds to add six points to th
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- No. 1 Penn State (7-0, 3-0 B1G) took care of No. 7 Nebraska (8-3, 2-2 B1G) in a marquee Big Ten dual meet on Sunday. The Nittany Lions downed the visiting Cornhuskers 25-6 in sold out Rec Hall, winning eight of ten bouts in a dual that featured 16 ranked wrestlers.
Penn State won all six bouts pitting ranked opponents against each other, including Jason Nolf's (Yatesboro, Pa.) dominant win over No. 2 Tyler Berger at 157.
The dual began at 125 where Lion sophomore Devin Schnupp (Lititz, Pa.) took on No. 13 Zeke Moisey of Nebraska. Schnupp battled the former NCAA finalist tough before dropping a hard-fought 6-1 decision. True freshman Roman Bravo-Young (Tucson, Ariz.), ranked No. 13 at 133 dominated Husker
MORGANTOWN, W. Va. -- No. 16 Iowa State (6-1, 3-0 Big 12) was not troubled by West Virginia (2-11, 2-4 Big 12) on Sunday afternoon as the Cyclones blew past the Mountaineers, 36-3. ISU won nine out of the 10 bouts with two victories by fall, one by technical fall and one by major decision.
The dual began at 197-pounds and No. 6 Willi Miklus. After giving up the first takedown of the match, Miklus corrected course against Noah Adams. He began the second period with an escape and a takedown, and took Adams to his back for the fall in 4:37.
At heavyweight and 125 pounds, Gannon Gremmel and Alex Mackall both followed with victories by decision. Gremmel defeated Brandon Ngati 2-0 behind an escape and a point for riding time. Mackall won hi
EVANSTON, Ill. -- The Golden Gophers wrestling team took down Big Ten foe Northwestern 29-12 with two pins and seven overall bout victories for their second victory of the weekend.
After forfeiting the first bout due to injury the Gophers started hot with two consecutive first period pins from 133-pound Ethan Lizak and 141-pound Mitch McKee.
With his 22nd straight victory Steveson has passed head coach Brandon Eggum and volunteer assistant coach Zach Sanders who both had 21 straight victories in their career. Steveson is now tied with Jared Lawrence and Brock Lesnar at 23rd on the all-time list.
Steveson defeated No.19 Conan Jennings by decision 9-4 with 4:28 in riding time.
After defeating No.17 Illinois on Friday night the Gop
Alexander Hernandez was humbled by a veteran opponent at UFC Fight Night 143, as he suffered just his second career defeat against Donald Cerrone at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Saturday night.
FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Following an early back-and-forth battle, Franklin & Marshall's wrestling team rallied late with wins in the final two bouts but fell short in heartbreaking fashion with a tough 19-18 loss against Sacred Heart on Sunday in EIWA competition.
The road defeat wrapped up a three-match weekend for the Diplomats, who fell to 2-4, 0-3 EIWA on the dual meet season.
Jose Diaz got the Diplomats off on the right foot with a commanding 11-6 decision before the Pioneers responded with a 15-8 decision at 133 pounds to knot the team score at 3-3.
Wil Gil continued his torrid stretch, capping off a perfect 3-0 weekend with an impressive 11-3 major decision at 141 pounds to put F&M ahead by four. A Sacred Heart major at 149 po
WASHINGTON -- The Lehigh wrestling team rode a fast start to pick up its fourth straight dual meet win as the Mountain Hawks won the first six bouts and seven overall in a 25-12 triumph at American Saturday at Bender Arena. The Mountain Hawks won the first three key swing bouts by decision and senior Gordon Wolf added a win by technical fall, while junior Jordan Kutler and sophomore Jordan Wood posted major decision wins as Lehigh improves to 4-7 on the dual season.
The dual started at 141 where junior Ryan Pomrinca met Jack Mutchnik. Pomrinca struck for the first takedown in the first period but when Mutchnik answered with a third period takedown on a headlock, the match went to overtime tied 4-4. After a scoreless sudden victory perio
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- The Northern Illinois University wrestling team picked up a pair of dominating victories at The Citadel Duals at McAlister Field House Saturday afternoon.
"We went in pursuit of points today," said NIU head coach Ryan Ludwig. "It was a good day for the team. The guys competed for each other and fed off the energy."
The Huskies (5-6, 1-2) posted a 33-7 victory over Hofstra and scored a 42-3 win over the host Bulldogs.
Eight NIU grapplers went undefeated on the day. Both duals started at 165 and both started with wins by Kenny Moore (San Diego, Calif./Hoover), Brit Wilson (Mexico, Mo./Mexico) and Will Feldkamp (Dexter, Mich./Dexter). Wilson and Feldkamp each recorded pin fall victories in their respective matches.