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Central Michigan wrestling lead 12-9 after seven matches Friday night in Ann Arbor, but three consecutive losses boosted eighth-ranked Michigan 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 is five days removed from a 26-9 defeat from the cream of the Mid-American Conference crop, unbeaten (9-0) No. 4 Missouri on Jan.
"Match vs. CMU sold out" sign outside of Cliff Keener Arena in Ann Arbor, Michigan on Jan. 22. CMU lost to Michigan 22-12 in front of a capacity crowd.| Meghan O'Sullivan
The Missouri Tigers showed why they are the fourth-ranked wrestling team in the country after a dominating performance over Central Michigan 26-9 Sunday at McGurik Arena.
Madison Heights senior Jackson Lewis gets pinned down by his Missouri opponent at Central Michigan's wrestling game in McGurick Arena, Sunday, January 17, 2016.
After splitting a pair of home meets against Oregon State and Mid-American Conference rival No. 21 Ohio last weekend, the Central Michigan wrestling team will face one of the biggest tests of the season against No. 4 Missouri on Sunday.
After splitting two home meets against Oregon State and Mid-American Conference rival No. 21 Ohio over the weekend, the Central Michigan wrestling team has fallen three spots to No. 19 in the NCAA rankings. CMU (5-1, 2-0 MAC) lost its first match of the season to OSU on Saturday 26-9.
From Reno, Nevada to Chattanooga, Tennessee, Tom Borrelli and his 16th-ranked wrestling team had success and more success since students left for break Dec.
The Chippewas were losing to Mid-American Conference rival Ohio 15-12 heading into the final match.
Looking to stay undefeated in dual meets, No. 16 Central Michigan wrestling couldn’t get its fifth win unscathed, falling 26-9 to Oregon State, Saturday.After taking a 27-9 beating from Michigan, Thursday, CMU Head Coach Tom Borrelli said the Beavers of Oregon State came to Mount Pleasant with a chip on their shoulders—which his wrestlers were not prepared to face.“I think we had a lot on our mind today.
The undefeated Central Michigan wrestling team returns to McGuirk Arena for the first time in 2016 Saturday and Sunday.The Chippewas begin a three-meet home stretch after finishing eighth at the Southern Scuffle in Chattanooga, Tennessee Jan.
Fresh of their second place finish at the Reno Tournament of Champions, the Central Michigan wrestling team followed up with an impressive eighth place finish at the Southern Scuffle.
With day one of the Southern Scuffle complete, the Central Michigan wrestling team is in eighth place with 27 points and 12 wrestlers still in competition.
With the holiday break upon us in Mount Pleasant, the undefeated Central Michigan wrestling squad traveled approximately 2, 000 miles southwest to Reno, Nevada for the 2015 Reno Tournament of Champions.The 17th ranked Chippewas took second place in the 24 team tournament, finishing with 119 points behind Illinois.Six Chippewas finished within the top three of their respective weight classes.Senior Zach Horan (141), redshirt sophomore Colin Heffernan (149) and junior Corey Keener (133) all advanced to championship matches in their respective weight classes, but each fell just short of claiming first place honors.“We were pretty scrappy the wholetournament, but we were a little disappointed in our finish as far as we didn’t have any champions,” said Central Michigan Head Coach Tom Borrelli.
CMU wrestling blanks MSU, remains undefeatedAfter rolling past Northern Illinois Thursday in their Mid-American Conference opener, the Central Michigan wrestling team continued its momentum by dismantling Michigan State on Sunday.The Chippewas (4-0) won the meet 33-0 and the performance on the matt reflected the score.Sophomore Brent Fleetwood (125 pounds) got things started by defeating Mitch Rogaliner 3-2.
Central Michigan wrestling won just one out of its first five games in 2014.The 2015 Chippewa squad, however, has started the season with a perfect 3-0 record, most recently steam rolling the Northern Illinois Huskies, Thursday night in DeKalb.The 22nd ranked team in the country routed NIU with a final team score of 39-3.
Looking to keep their perfect 2-0 record intact, Central Michigan wrestling will head to DeKalb, Thursday, to face the 2-2 Huskies of Northern Illinois.Head Coach Tom Borrelli expects the 2015 team to wrestle to the standard set by the program’s past teams and said the Chippewas will have to keep being themselves to get through the weekend unscathed.
If the first two matches of the 2015 wrestling season are indicative of how the Chippewas will play all year, anything but a Mid-American Conference championship would be a disappointment.The No. 24 ranked Chippewa wrestlers entered Sunday’s Michigan State Open hot off their first two wins of the season and the Chippewas kept on rolling.Four Central Michigan wrestlers took the top spot in their weight classes.
Saturday marked the beginning of another year of Central Michigan wrestling, and the team did not disappoint.The Chippewas opened the season with the Eastern Michigan Duals/Open and went 2-0 against its opponents.