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Drawing from the past: CMU wrestler Steve Brown helps students at an alternative education middle school

(03/03/10 6:00am)

Steve Brown sees where the kids he strives to help are coming from. The senior 157-pound wrestler remembers what it was like for him when his parents got divorced early in his life and how his dad had to raise him and his siblings alone.

Wrestling team favorites in MAC tournament

(03/03/10 4:45am)

The CMU wrestling team has the opportunity to win a Mid-American conference tournament title in front of its home crowd for the first time in seven years. No. 6 CMU strives for its ninth consecutive tournament title Saturday and Sunday at Rose Arena. “It is a good year for us to host the tournament with six seniors on our roster,” said coach Tom Borrelli.

Wrestling MAC Championship weight class breakdown

(03/03/10 3:00am)

125 LBS The favorite — No. 9 Matt Steintrager (CMU) The challenger — Dan Bishop (Buffalo) Bishop comes into the tournament as the second-ranked wrestler in the Mid-American Conference. Bishop, 4-1 in the MAC, lost his only conference match in a 6-3 decision against Steintrager. Bishop came away with one win in the tournament last season, enough for a fourth-place finish. Steintrager is the only nationally ranked 125-pounder in the MAC.

Wrestling team clinches MAC regular-season championship

(02/22/10 6:00am)

The CMU wrestling team earned its revenge against Kent State by winning its 11th regular season Mid-American Conference Championship in 12 years Sunday. The Chippewas defeated the Golden Flashes 21-13 in Kent, Ohio, a season after Kent State beat the team in Mount Pleasant on Feb. 19, 2009, to snap 10 consecutive regular-season ti

Florida's Finest: CMU's Scotti Sentes and MSU's Franklin Gomez restore a wrestling reputation to their home state

(02/05/10 6:00am)

CMU sophomore wrestler Scotti Sentes and MSU senior wrestler Franklin Gomez grew up in a state that does not have Division-I wrestling. In fact, of the top five wrestling teams in the nation, there are no wrestlers hailing from Florida. But with the state’s reputation in the dregs of the wrestling world, Sentes, from Fort Myers, Fla., and Gomez, from Brandon, Fla., have dedicated their collegiate careers to boosting the image of Florida wrestlers.