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After nearly sweeping Kent State on Senior Day last Sunday, the Central Michigan wrestling team looks to extend their win streak to seven on Sunday against Wisconsin. Wisconsin comes into matchup ranked No. 18 team in the country.
When a Central Michigan wrestler gets a big win, head coach Tom Borrelli doesn't think about rankings. Instead, Borrelli thinks about how the match impacted the wrestler’s confidence. Confidence does a lot for a wrestler, Borrelli said.
In the last dual meet at McGuirk Arena on Senior Day, the No. 15 ranked Central Michigan wrestling team beat Kent state by a score of 40-3."It is a pretty good way to end the (Mid-American Conference) regular season," said head coach Tom Borrelli.
Five in a row, nice ring to it. Central Michigan wrestling won 29-3 on the road against Eastern Michigan.
After winning their fourth consecutive match on Sunday, the Central Michigan wrestling team capped off another undefeated weekend. "I think our guys are feeling pretty good about themselves," said head coach Tom Borrelli.
Colin Heffernan could have done what everyone expected him to do. He made his own path instead.Now he is one of Central Michigan’s top wrestlers.
Nine of 10 Central Michigan wrestlers won their individual matches today when CMU beat Buffalo by a score of 35-3. "We wrestled good," said head coach Tom Borrelli.
Central Michigan wrestling closed their three meet home stand with a 19-18 victory over 10 ranked Michigan.
After two Mid-American Conference wins against Old Dominion and Northern Illinois, the Central Michigan wrestling team will host Michigan on Thursday, February 2.Michigan has a record of 7-4 in dual meets and ranks No. 15 per the NCAA Rankings. On the other hand, Central Michigan has a dual meet record of 5-2 overall.
The Central Michigan wrestling team believes the sport can be viewed as both individual and team oriented. CMU has opened this season, 5-2 overall and 3-2 in the Mid-American Conference.
Eight Chippewas won their matches today as Central Michigan beat Northern Illinois by a score of 33-6.CMU got their wins from Brent Fleetwood, Corey Keener, Mason Smith, Colin Heffernan, CJ Brucki, Jordan Ellingwood, Austin Severn, and Newton Smerchek."I was happy with the way we wrestled the whole weekend." said head coach Tom Borrelli.
The Central Michigan wrestling team kicked off its three-meet home stand at McGuirk in dominating fashion Friday night. CMU defeated Old Dominion, 28-9 to improve to 4-2 overall and 2-2 in the Mid-American Conference.The last two matches of the night featured matchups against top 20 ranked wrestlers.Senior Austin Severn defeated Kevin Beazley by pinfall with three seconds remaining in the second period. This was not the first matchup between Severn and Beazley.“I wrestled him before,” said Severn.
Some athletes fall in love with their sports immediately. That wasn't the case for junior CJ Brucki.“I played football — and basketball was my main sport,” Brucki said. “I didn’t start wrestling until my freshman year (of high school).”Encouragement to start wrestling came from his younger brother Patrick.
The dates of the CMU men's basketball game against Western Michigan and the wrestling dual meet against Michigan have been changed. The wrestling dual meet against Michigan is now scheduled for Thursday, February 2 at 7 p.m.
After a tough 17-16 loss last Sunday a golden opportunity was in place to bounce back.
After winning their first four matches, the Central Michigan University wrestling team improved their record to 3-1 winning their non-conference dual meet against Michigan State University by a score of 23-12. CMU won six of the ten matches, including two major decisions and a technical fall."I thought we wrestled well," said head coach Tom Borrelli.
From a former Central Michigan three-time All-American wrestler's perspective — college wrestling stinks."I'm going to be honest with you, I hate (college wrestling)," said former CMU wrestler Jarod Trice.