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Hoosiers look to improve their NCAA Championships resume against Appalachian State.
IU finishes regular season above .500 with win over No. 20 Appalachian State.
Nate Jackson balances school, wrestling, a wife and three kids while working towards and Big Ten Championship.
The Hoosiers will send four grapplers to St. Louis for NCAAs
The NCAA Wrestling Championships will be held this weekend in St. Louis, Missouri.
Two-time All-American, 103 wins, but the relationships built mean more to wrestling senior Nate Jackson.
Four-time All-American Angel Escobedo is returning to IU to be a coach.
The IU Board of Trustees approved project renovations on six Indiana University campuses at Friday’s meeting of the Facilities and Auxiliaries.
The design for a new arena has already been approved to be the new home of the IU volleyball and wrestling teams.
The Cream & Crimson Dual will take place at University Gym on Oct. 26.
The intrasquad meet saw IU wrestling teammates battle it out over 11 matches on Thursday evening.
The Cream wrestling team defeated the Crimson team 30-16.
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IU's loss to No.
- By Connor O'Gara
For the second time in the month of December, Hoosier seniors Angel Escobedo and Nate Everhart are coming home with some hardware.
After a victorious showing at last week's Southern Scuffle, multiple members of the No. 13 IU wrestling team climbed in the national rankings.
Senior Angel Escobedo, the 2008 national champion, moved back to the top spot in the 125 lb.
Sophomore Matt Powless has been named to the All-Academic Team for the second year in a row. The award is presented by the National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA). This is the 13th time a Hoosiers has received this award since 2001, including Powerless' selection last year.
The IU wrestling team has the 7th best recruiting class in the country, according to Intermat's recruiting rankings.
Both Nate Everhart (Wrestling) and Sarah Pease (Cross Country) have been named the Big Ten's Outstanding Sportsmanship Award winners for the 2009-2010 year.
Indiana's first four-time All-American, Angel Escobedo, won the men's freestyle 55-kilogram Challenge Tournament at the recent U.S.