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The seniors kept tradition against Eastern Michigan on Friday by clinching their fourth Mid-American Conference regular-season title.
Five of the six seniors on the team wrestled in the dual, and all five won their final home matches at McGuirk Arena.
The five seniors dominated their matches, outscoring their opponents 31-7 and combing to give the Chippewas 15 points.
“I expected that," said head coach Tom Borrelli.
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Senior Christian Cullinan is quietly taking over the 125-pound weight class for the No. 11 Chippewas.
Cullinan is the No.
No. 12 wrestling enters its longest home stretch of the season Sunday when it welcomes in Kent State to McGuirk Arena.
Since the Virginia Duals, where CMU placed third, the Chippewas have been on a tear.
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The No. 12 Central Michigan wrestling team overcame an early deficit to beat Northern Illinois 23-12 on Friday.
The Chippewas lost two of the first three matches, including losses by Tyler Keselring and Scott Mattingly in the 133 and 141-pound matches, respectively.
No. 9 wrestling finished third at the 33rd annual Virginia Duals over the weekend after a tough loss to No.
No. 9 wrestling dropped just four-of-20 matches on the day to advance to the semifinals of the 33rd annual Virginia Duals on Friday.
The Chippewas came into the tournament as the No.
Not everyone on Central Michigan University’s campus got a vacation for the last few weeks.
Wrestling, along with other programs, was still in action, and the No.
Wrestling started the final day of the 50th Midlands Championships with five wrestlers left and finished the day with four top eight finishes and fifth-place.
Most notable of the four top eight finishes was senior No.
The Central Michigan wrestling team opened up Mid-American Conference play Saturday with a 23-12 victory over the Ohio Bobcats in Athens, Ohio.
All of the CMU upperclassmen won their matches, though the underclassmen struggled, finishing 1-3 in the contest.
“I think our younger players are learning to compete at this level," head coach Tom Borrelli said.
Head coach Tom Borrelli said the team’s goals every season are to win a Mid-American Conference regular season championship, tournament championship and compete at the NCAA Championships.
In what was a rarity one of their three goals, winning a regular season MAC Championship, was not accomplished last season.
Central Michigan will start its hunt to regain its stronghold in the regular-season against Ohio at 7 p.m.