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New challenges await wrestling team as MAC tournament approaches

(02/27/14 11:58pm)

New teams mean new challenges for the Central Michigan wrestling team as it prepares for the Mid-American Conference tournament next weekend in Kent, Ohio. Unlike years past, CMU is not one of the favorites to win the tournament, but head coach Tom Borrelli said the lower seeding could be an advantage for his team. “I would just like to see us wrestle hard for seven minutes and just be the best we can be," Borrelli said.






Wrestling finishes 4-4 in MAC after dropping first dual meet to Eastern Michigan in 22 years

(02/13/14 11:58pm)

Central Michigan wrestling suffered its first loss in 22 years to Eastern Michigan on Thursday. CMU lost its final conference dual of the season to the Eagles, 18-16 to finish 4-4 in the MAC. The dual started out with a loss at 125 pounds by freshman Corey Keener.






CMU wrestling team improves to 4-2 in conference play with win at Kent State

(01/26/14 6:15pm)

Wrestling sealed a win at Kent State 21-12 on Sunday after splitting a pair of dual matches last weekend against two ranked conference opponents. CMU improved to 4-2 in Mid-American Conference play with the win. Head coach Tom Borrelli said maintaining a "healthy mindset" is key at such an important juncture during the season. “I think we're getting better,” Borrelli said.








Wrestling drops meet to No. 10 Northern Iowa despite late push

(01/11/14 10:46pm)

A late scoring surge by the wrestling team was not enough to defeat No. 10 Northern Iowa on Saturday. Central Michigan lost 25-14 in Iowa, dropping to 2-1 in Mid-American Conference play. "We just have to be better at staying off our back and getting in those situations where we give up pins," said head coach Tom Borrelli. Freshman Corey Keener lost by 9-6 decision at 125-pounds, giving UNI the early 3-0 advantage. Borrelli said Keener battled through injuries recently, but hopes he will return to his early season form in which he had a lot of success. "He wrestled a quality opponent," Borrelli said.