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Winning the last game of the Mid-American Conference and stealing a game away from Michigan State University this weekend, the Central Michigan University wrestling team is second in the MAC standings.The top three spots in the MAC are: The University of Missouri (21-0, 8-0), CMU (8-6, 6-2) and Old Dominion (12-5, 5-2) The Championship begins March 7.After a loss to Old Dominion, CMU rebounded winning its last match against EMU."Second semester we've been pretty successful so I don't know why we wouldn't be confident heading into the championship," said Head Coach Tom Borrelli.Here is a breakdown of CMU's weekend sweep. -Eastern MichiganWinning his 16th match of the 2015 campaign, was CMU junior Zach Horan.
After suffering its second Mid-American Conference loss against Old Dominion University last weekend, Central Michigan University head coach Tom Borrelli has intensified the team’s practices.
A heated match between Old Dominion University (11-4, 4-1) and the Central Michigan University wrestling team (7-6, 5-2) took place on Sunday in McGuirk.
Old Dominion University, one of the Central Michigan University wrestling team’s biggest tests of the year will come to Mount Pleasant at 2 p.m.
“Focused, motivated and willing to sacrifice everything you have.” That was the answer sophomore Jordan Wohlfert gave me when I asked what it meant to be “Borrelli Built.” It’s a phrase that has been around since the late 2000s according to Central Michigan University assistant coach and former wrestler Ben Bennett.
The Edinboro Open proved to be a successful tournament for the wrestling team of Central Michigan University. Two wrestlers placed first, seven placed in the top six in their weight class for the ChippewasAtop the leader board in the 165-pound weight class was CMU sophomore Jordan Wohlfert. He won all four matches to place first and upset University of Missouri senior Mikey England in the final round.
The Central Michigan University wrestling team will compete in the Edinboro Open at 9 a.m.
Zach Horan is the driving force behind this year’s installment of Central Michigan University’s premier varsity athletic programs: Chippewas Wrestling.
On Sunday, the Central Michigan University wrestling team (7-5, 5-1) pushed it's home winning streak to three with a win over Kent State University (7-11, 3-3), 19-13.
With a younger team than it is used to, the Central Michigan University wrestling team may look a bit different compared to ones of the past. But with the history of 16 Mid-American Conference tournament titles, history will be sure to repeat itself in the near future.The current roster for CMU wrestling has 18 freshman listed. With such a young squad, Head Coach Tom Borrelli has been forced to test his young team early. So far, the freshman have responded. Redshirt Freshman Colin Heffernan is currently ranked 15th in his weight class. Cody LeCount is 15-7 on the year and C.J.
After gaining momentum with a win in its latest meet, the Central Michigan University wrestling team continues Mid-American Conference play against Kent State University this weekend.The Chippewas (6-10) host the Golden Flashes at 2 p.m.
A much-anticipated return to McGuirk Arena resulted in a win for the Central Michigan University wrestling team (6-5, 4-1) on Sunday. The Chippewas topped the University of Northern Iowa (6-5, 3-1) 19-12.
Under matched and undersized, the Central Michigan University wrestling team fell to the University of Michigan 30-3 on Tuesday night at McGuirk Arena.
[caption id="attachment_183882" align="aligncenter" width="500"] A letter sent to Justin Zimmerman by his former coach Bruce Kunzi after graduating high school.
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Senior Joe Roth capped off his career at CMU with All-American honors placing seventh at the NCAA Wrestling Championships in Oklahoma City.
Roth won his seventh place match on Saturday over thirteen seed Cody Brewer of Oklahoma by decision 8-6.
Take it one match at a time, one win at a time.
All five of the Central Michigan qualifiers said they would approach the NCAA Wrestling Championships on Thursday the same way: Do what it takes to win, again and again.
"We look at this no different from any other tournament," said sophomore Lucas Smith.
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The first day of the Mid-American Conference Championships saw two Chippewas secure their spot in title matches on Sunday.
Senior Joe Roth will be wrestling for his second MAC title, his first at 133-pounds, against No.
Wrestling is looking to bounce back after its streak of 11-straight MAC tournament titles came to an end last season.
They will not be handed the title easily – six teams ranked in the top 30 by InterMat will be competitors in the Mid-American Conference tournament.
Senior Craig Kelliher said while the top-seeded teams are worrying more about losing, CMU is worried about winning, which is different from past seasons.
“The benefit of this year is we have nothing to lose,” Kelliher said.