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Ypsilanti — After winning its final three meets of the regular season, the Central Michigan wrestling team came away with a second-place finish at the Mid-American Conference Tournament, where seven wrestlers qualified for the NCAA Tournament on March 19.
YPSILANTI — Central Michigan wrestling had four wrestlers competing for a Mid-American Conference Tournament championship Sunday.
Ten wrestlers will be crowned champions today as the Mid-American Conference Wrestling Tournament wraps up today in Ypsilanti.
After the first day of competition in Ypsilanti, Central Michigan wrestling sits in second place of the Mid-American Conference Tournament.
Central Michigan wrestling finished the regular season in third place in the Mid-American Conference, winning its final three meets.
Everything that goes into the body of Central Michigan wrestlers is strategically designed to get the best results.
The 2015-16 regular season ended with a win for the Central Michigan wrestling team, Sunday.
The fans at McGurik Arena went home happy as the Central Michigan wrestling team won its final home meet of the season 18-11 against the Wisconsin Badgers.
After forfeiting the 125-pound match in the last five meets, the Central Michigan wrestling team will get back their 125-pounder Thursday.
For the fourth straight year, the Central Michigan wrestling team will not win the Mid-American Conference regular season title.
Central Michigan wrestling is 2-0 in February, after winning just two of its six dual meets in January.
It was the final time five Central Michigan wrestlers would participate in a home conference dual meet and they all walked out with a win.
Despite being short-handed, the Central Michigan wrestling team managed to beat in-state rival Eastern Michigan on Friday at McGuirk Arena.
The Central Michigan wrestling team entered the weekend with hopes of a sweep through the Hawkeye state, but came up with a split.
After losing back-to-back meets for the first time all season, the Central Michigan wrestling team bounced back to get an nonconference road victory at Northern Iowa.
Central Michigan senior wrestler Mike "Dinger" Ottinger has built a reputation in his four years as a Chippewa, winning two Mid-American Conference Championships and earning two trips to the NCAA Championships.
After seven matches, Central Michigan wrestling lead eighth-ranked Michigan 12-9 on Friday, but three consecutive upper-weight losses propelled the Wolverines to a 22-12 victory over the 19th-ranked Chippewas.
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.
"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