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“Unless you have prepared yourself and deserve to emerge victorious, do not expect to be disappointed when you lose.” Those words line one side of the IU wrestling room and epitomize the mindset of its two hometown heroes.
The IU wrestling team currently stands at 6-0 in duals but faces a major step up in competition this weekend. The Hoosiers travel to Las Vegas for the annual Cliff Keen Las Vegas
Invitational in their final tune-up before Big Ten matches begin.
Both wrestlers went 5-1 for the tournament to finish in third place in their respective weight classes and lead the Hoosiers to a 16th-place finish overall in the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational.
The IU wrestling team is 6-0 this season in duals, but with the Big Ten
opener against Northwestern on Wednesday fast approaching, the team is
practicing harder than ever to keep up with its conference rivals.
IU fares well individually in Greensboro
The IU wrestling team heads north to take on Minnesota.
IU wrestlers fall to No. 5 Minnesota despite finishing the final matches strong
The IU wrestling team will host No. 1 Penn State this weekend at University Gym.
The IU wrestling team lost 36-8 to No. 1 Penn State on Sunday at University Gym.
Upon first glance, it may be easy to dismiss Ricky Alcala as no match
for the tall, lean heavyweights he often faces. Opposing wrestlers,
coaches and even fans often have.
The No. 20 IU wrestling team looks to get their first Big Ten win when No. 12 Michigan comes to town this weekend.
Wrestling without senior captain Paul Young, the IU wrestling team dropped Sunday’s match against Michigan 23-9 on Alumni Day at University Gym.
On Saturday, IU will attempt to mimic the Hawkeyes’ upset of Penn State and end Iowa’s 73-dual unbeaten streak.
In their most lopsided defeat of the season, the Hoosiers fell 35-6 to the three-time defending champion Hawkeyes
The No. 33 IU wrestling team will look to close out its home wrestling season with a win against No. 54 Michigan State at 7 p.m. Friday in University Gym.
On Friday, the Hoosiers took seven of 10 matches and never trailed, defeating Michigan State 22-9 on Senior Night at University Gym.
Fresh off their first conference victory of the season, the IU wrestling
team members return to the familiar position of underdog when it
travels to No. 25 Illinois at 7 p.m. today in a dual meet.
In the first of two matches in two nights, the IU wrestling team fell to Illinois on Thursday evening 23-12.
Senior Kurt Kinser returned to action from an injury Friday, but upsets
of senior Paul Young and junior Matt Powless cost the Hoosiers as they
fell to rival Purdue 21-12 in the final dual of the regular season.
For seniors Kurt Kinser, Paul Young, Nick Avery, Eric Cameron and graduate student Ricky Alcala, this weekend’s Big Ten Championships in Evanston, Ill., are a must-win situation if they hope to prolong their careers a few more weeks.