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A five-hour wait alongside the road was not enough to keep the No. 7 CMU wrestling team from defeating No. 15 Virginia Tech 21-17 on Friday night.
Central's bus broke down in West Virginia and CMU did not make it to Blacksburg, Va., until two and a half hours before the match started.
Virginia Tech came to Mount Pleasant on Jan. 25, 2009, and ended the CMU wrestling team’s 15-match home unbeaten streak last season.
Tonight, No. 7 CMU looks to end the No. 15 Hokies’ seven-match home unbeaten streak at Cassell Coliseum.
The CMU wrestling team opened its quest for a Mid-American Conference title with a 31-point win against in-state rival Eastern Michigan.
The 34-3 victory Thursday night against the Eagles was the biggest win since defeating Nebraska-Kearney 37-3 on Dec 19.
The CMU wrestling team opens Mid-American Conference competition against Eastern Michigan at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Convocation Center in Ypsilanti.
CMU has defeated the Eagles in 18 consecutive matches.
The CMU wrestling team got back on track by defeating Stanford 33-6 on Sunday at Rose Arena after losing two consecutive dual matches.
The win over the Cardinal gives CMU a 9-2 record in dual matches.
CMU wrestling coach Tom Borrelli has seen his fair share of former wrestlers and assistant coaches on the other side of the mat.
But this Sunday is a little different.
Injuries halted the undefeated dual-match streak for the wrestling team at the National Duals tournament this weekend.
CMU opened the tournament with a 28-12 victory over Northwestern before falling to Minnesota 25-9. Central then fell to No. 22 Wisconsin in the consolation bracket and was eliminated from competition.
Male Athlete of the year: Dan LeFevour
Following an injury-plagued 2008 season, senior quarterback Dan LeFevour said he wanted to stay healthy and lead his team back to the Mid-American Conference Championship.
Last year brought many great moments to CMU athletics.
It saw three teams — football, soccer and wrestling — win Mid-American Conference Championships and three athletes earn All-America honors.
Three wrestlers will represent CMU in the semifinals at the Midlands Championships today.
As the Chippewas (68 points) are placed fourth as a team behind Iowa (100), Iowa State (92.5) and Missouri (73.5), senior Tony D'Alie, sophomore Jarod Trice and redshirt freshman Ben Bennett are the three remaining for individual championships.
The CMU wrestling team will take its undefeated dual-match record over winter break to Nebraska and compete in what coach Tom Borrelli calls “the toughest holiday tournament.”
The Chippewas have a pair of matches against Nebraska and Nebraska-Kerney on Dec. 19 and then will head to Evansville, Ill., to compete in the Midlands Tournament.
CMU graduated 88 percent of scholarship athletes who attended the school between 1993-94 and 2002-03, higher than the 79 percent national average, according to the graduation success rate report released Nov. 18 by the NCAA.
Staff Reporter Matt Valinski sat down with sophomore All-American wrestler Scotti Sentes to find out about the person behind the success.
Sophomore 133-pounder Scotti Sentes pinned three of his four opponents at the Northeast Duals to lead his team to four consecutive victories.
The CMU wrestling team swept through Northeast Duals with four consecutive wins Saturday.
The Chippewas defeated American, Virginia, Maryland and Bloomsburg in dual matches that were scheduled without a break in between.
The CMU wrestling team will attempt to show its depth and individual skills this weekend at the Northeast Duals.
The No. 11 Chippewas will wrestle American, No. 19 Virginia, No. 10 Maryland and Bloomsburg in four consecutive matches Saturday at Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, NY.
Mike Miller and Ben Bennett were warming up to wrestle in the 174-pound spot when coach Tom Borrelli delivered the news that Miller would get the start.
Scotti Sentes opened the season at his new position with a pin.
The sophomore 133-pounder, in his first regular-season match since moving up from the 125-pound class during the offseason, dominated the entire match, putting junior Josh Statum on his back, fighting to keep his shoulders from the mat.
The CMU wrestling team comes into the regular season with a lot of proven veterans.
The team returns starting sophomores Scotti Sentes and Jarod Trice, junior Mike Miller and seniors Tony D’Alie, Steve Brown and Tyler Grayson.