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The Central Michigan wrestling team is getting set to compete on this biggest stage on Thursday. After finishing in second place at the MAC Championships on March 6., seven Chippewas qualiified for the NCAA Championships at New York's Madison Square Garden, which start on St.
When Jordan Ellingwood stood across the mat from top-seeded 184-pounder Willie Miklus of Missouri on Saturday, he wasn't the same wrestler Miklus pinned in under three minutes on Jan.
Ten wrestlers will be crowned champions today as the Mid-American Conference Wrestling Tournament will wrap up today in Ypsilanti.Four Central Michigan wrestlers have made the cut to advance to the championship rounds which begin today at 1:05.
After the first day of competition in Ypsilanti, Central Michigan wrestling sits in second place of the Mid-American Conference Tournament. The Chippewas' 76 points is topped only by No. 6 Missouri's 103.5.
The Central Michigan wrestling team finished the regular season in third place in the Mid-American Conference, but won its final three meets. The team looks to carry that momentum into Saturday and Sunday's MAC Championships."I think we're in a good spot right now," said Head Coach Tom Borrelli. "We are happy to get (125-pounder) Brent Fleetwood back and we are excited for the tournament."No. 19 CMU (11-5, 6-2 MAC) will head to Ypsilanti on March 5-6 in search for its first championship since 2012. The Chippewas had won 11 straight from 2002-2012. Missouri joined the conference in 2013 and unseated CMU, winning every year since.
Everything that goes into the body of Central Michigan wrestlers is part of a strategically designed equation to get the best results.Wrestling has 10 different weight classes ranging from 125 to heavyweight.
The 2015-16 regular season ended with a win for the Central Michigan wrestling team, Sunday.Despite having to forfeit a match, the Chippewas were able to defeat Mid-American Conference foe Old Dominion 21-15 on Sunday in Norfolk, Virginia.
The fans at McGurik Arena went home happy as the Central Michigan wrestling team won the final home meet of the season, 18-11, against the Wisconsin Badgers.
After forfeiting his last five five matches, the Central Michigan wrestling team will finally get back their 125-pounder.
After a grueling month of January in which the Chippewas went 2-4, the team has gotten off to a fast start in February.
It was the final time five Central Michigan wrestlers would participate in a home-conference dual meet and they walked out with a win.Seniors Zach Horan, Luke Smith, Jackson Lewis, Mike Ottinger and Adam Robinson all participated in their final Mid-American Conference meet at McGuirk Arena and each of them picked up wins in No. 23 Central Michigan's 125 pounds: Brent Fleetwood (16-10) vs.
Despite being short-handed, the Central Michigan wrestling team managed to beat in-state rival Eastern Michigan on Friday at McGuirk Arena.
Central Michigan senior wrestler Mike "Dinger" Ottinger has built quite the reputation in his four years as a Chippewa, winning two Mid-American Conference Championships and earning two trips to the NCAA Championships.
The Central Michigan wrestling team entered the weekend with hopes of a sweep through the Hawkeye state, but came up with only a split.
After losing back-to-back meets for the first time all season, the Central Michigan wrestling team bounced back to get an out of conference road victory at Northern Iowa.
After seven matches, Central Michigan wrestling lead eighth-ranked Michigan 12-9, Friday night, but three consecutive upper-weight losses propelled the Wolverines to a 22-12 victory over the 19th-ranked Chippewas.In front of a sold out Cliff Keen Arena crowd (1,800 capacity), CMU missed out on another opportunity to knock off a top 10-ranked team in a dual meet.CMU went to Ann Arbor just five days removed from a 26-9 defeat from the cream of the Mid-American Conference crop, unbeaten No. 4 Missouri on Jan.