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After six Hoosiers placed at the fifth annual Hokie Open, IU wrestling is back this weekend at the Huskie Duals in DeKalb, Ill.
The IU wrestling team competed in the Hokie Open Sunday, where six individuals placed in the top six in their weight classes, including three who finished second.
Kicking off the season with a win, IU wrestling defeated Manchester at
home 44-12. The night consisted of solid performances from all weight
classes, including six pins and multiple takedowns.
The IU wrestling team takes on Manchester Thursday in the team's first match of the season, in hopes of figuring out what the lineups for this year should be.
Following the appearance of a gay slur on newly hired assistant wrestling coach Nick Simmons' Twitter page, both the Athletic Department and the Division of Student Affairs in the Office of the Dean of Students will investigate the incident.
IU Wrestling Coach Duane Goldman announced the appointment of Assistant
Coach Nick Simmons. Simmons, a 2011 USA Wrestling World Team Member,
served as director of wrestling operations at Oregon State University
for the past three years.
Four Hoosiers took the national stage this past Thursday and Friday as
they competed in the NCAA Wrestling Championships in St. Louis.
Four Hoosiers will make one last journey of the season as they travel to
St. Louis to compete in the NCAA Championships. The action will start
at noon on Thursday and will end with the last session starting at 7:30
The Hoosiers tied the Spartans for 10th place overall this past weekend at the Big Ten Championships in West Lafayette, Ind.
The wrestling postseason has officially started, as the Hoosiers will soon be set to wrestle in the Big Ten Championships.
The IU wrestling team closed out its regular season after suffering a
27-7 loss against Northwestern when it traveled to Evanston, Ill., on
Indiana has a season record of 11-7, but it is still looking for its
first conference win. The wrestlers said they stand a good chance of
winning and are pretty evenly matched.
The Hoosiers won all three of their dual meets Sunday when they traveled to North Carolina, improving their record to 11-7.
The Hoosiers will face three teams Sunday in North Carolina. The team will first travel to Raleigh, N.C., to compete against North
Carolina State at 9 a.m. The team will then wrestle Virginia Military
Institute at 11 a.m.
The team earned a 30-8 victory against South Dakota State and a 31-13
victory against Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Despite the Hoosiers’ efforts, they suffered a close loss of 16-19 against the Boilermakers
The team will first travel to Edwardsville, Ill., on Friday to compete
against South Dakota State at 5 p.m. and against Southern Illinois
University Edwardsville at 8 p.m.
The Hoosiers will then return home to wrestle rival Purdue at 2 p.m. Sunday in the University Gym.
It was another tough test for the Hoosiers on Sunday when they took to
the mat against the No. 8 Fighting Illini in IU’s University Gymnasium.
Despite its efforts, the team suffered a loss, 10-29.
The Hoosiers will wrestle at home for the second time in a row this season as they take on the Fighting Illini.
Senior Matt Powless has been wrestling since he was six years old. This year,
Powless will put everything on the line one last time in hopes of
winning an NCAA title.Powless started wrestling when he was in first grade with every intention of becoming a WWE star. “I was ready to be the next Stone Cold Steve Austin,” Powless said.It didn’t take long for him to realize that wrestling at school wasn’t the same as wrestling for the WWE.
The Hoosiers ultimately could not hang on as they were defeated 23-17. This is the team’s fourth consecutive loss of the season.