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With a national champion and two All-Americans last year, the IU
wrestling team had what it generally considered a successful 2008-2009
The IU wrestling team fell on some bad luck in Sin City this weekend during the 27th Annual Cliff Keen Las Vegas Open.
To IU wrestling coach Duane Goldman, the Hoosier wrestling program has
taken great strides in the last 17 years, but he hopes that equal steps
have been taken toward enriching the lives of all of his athletes.
When it came time for sophomore Kurt Kinser to choose a college, he didn’t want to go far.
It takes Nate Everhart more than an hour – almost two.
Every team has its role-players – athletes who are committed, but rarely see the spotlight of competition.
Dubuque, a two-time national champion Hoosiers grappler, has joined coach Duane Goldman’s IU wrestling staff as an assistant.
IU wrestling coach Duane Goldman, who has tallied 216 wins in the past 18 years at IU, will be inducted into the Iowa Athletics 2009 Hall of Fame.
Senior Angel Escobedo has nothing to prove today, but, as the season
approaches, he will have to demonstrate that he is the best the nation
has to offer once again. The IU wrestling team will be kicking off its season at 7 p.m. today
with its annual intrasquad scrimmage at Bloomington High School North.
The IU wrestling team squared off against each other in their
intrasquad meet at Bloomington North High School on Tuesday. While all
starting spots were up for grabs, the two most competitive battles were
in the 141- and at 157-pound weight classes.
After a successful start to the season at the Michigan State Open on
Sunday, the Hoosiers will get a chance to ride their momentum as they
travel to Crawfordsville, Ind., to take on Wabash College.
The IU wrestling team posted a 45-0 victory at Wabash College on Tuesday. The Hoosiers didn’t lose a single match, getting dominant performances from every weight class.
The Hoosiers were able to defend their No. 11 national ranking on Saturday, going 5-0 in the Hoosier Duals at University Gym.
The IU wrestling team will face its first national test Friday in the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational.
IU senior wrestlers Angel Escobedo (125 pounds) and Nate Everheart
(heavyweight) claimed individual titles at the 28th Annual Cliff Keen
Invitational in Las Vegas this weekend.
When Angel Escobedo was a redshirt freshman, he watched Joe Dubuque win
the second of his back-to-back National Championships at 125 pounds.
Dubuque might not have realized it, but he was setting the bar for Escobedo’s future with IU wrestling.
On Saturday afternoon, the wrestling team got exactly the performance
it was looking for heading into a two-and-a-half-week break from