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The undefeated Central Michigan wrestling squad traveled the approximate 2,000 miles southwest to Reno, Nevada for the 2015 Reno Tournament of Champions, Sunday.
Dec. 18 at Brigham Young, 9 p.m.
After 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.
Central Michigan wrestling won just one out of its first five meets in 2014.
Looking to keep their perfect 2-0 record intact, Central Michigan wrestling will head to DeKalb, Illinois on Thursday to face the 2-2 Huskies of Northern Illinois.
The No. 24 ranked Central Michigan wrestling team entered Sunday’s Michigan State Open hot off their first two wins of the season and the Chippewas kept on rolling.
Saturday marked the beginning of another year of Central Michigan wrestling, and the team did not disappoint.
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The mats are rolled out in McGuirk Arena and bodies are back
hitting the floor.
Two Central Michigan University wrestlers advanced to the second round of the NCAA National Wrestling Championships, picking up victories in the tournament’s first round on Saturday in St. Louis, Mo.
The regular season is over for the Central Michigan University wrestling team.
The 2015 Mid-American Conference wrestling championship was won by the University of Missouri. The Tigers had a total team score of 139.5. Central Michigan University finished fifth with 74.5 points during the two-day tournament.
The Mid-American Conference Championship for wrestling begins March 7. Central Michigan University is ranked third in the MAC this season with an overall record of 9-6, and a 6-2 conference record.
Winning its last game of the Mid-American Conference schedule and stealing a game away from Michigan State University this weekend, the Central Michigan University wrestling team enters the week in second place in the MAC standings.
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 matchup between Old Dominion University (11-4, 4-1) and the Central Michigan University wrestling team (7-6, 5-2) resulted in a loss for the Chippewas on Sunday at McGuirk Arena.
“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.”
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. Sunday at McGuirk Arena,
The Edinboro Open proved to be a successful tournament for the Central Michigan University wrestling team. Two Chippewas wrestlers placed first, while seven placed in the top six in their weight class.
The Central Michigan University wrestling team will compete in the Edinboro Open at 9 a.m. on Saturday. The Chippewas will look to improve their 7-5 record overall and increase their chances of a earning a wild-card spot in the NCAA tournament.