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Fighting for a spot: Wrestling enters MAC Championships third in the conference, seeks NCAA bids

(02/28/16 7:53pm)

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.

Wrestling rolls past Bulls on senior day

(02/07/16 4:27pm)

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.

Wrestling falls to top 10 team for second consecutive week

(01/24/16 7:30pm)

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.