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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.
Coming off of two losses against Michigan and Michigan State this past
weekend, the Hoosiers are looking to break their losing streak.
The IU wrestling team suffered two losses this weekend against Michigan and Michigan State.
The Hoosiers ended Friday night with a score of 33-6 against the Wolverines in Ann Arbor, Mich.
After coming off of a loss against Iowa last Friday, the team is looking
to improve its team record to 8-2 while gaining more experience with
highly ranked competitors.
The IU wrestling team suffered a defeat this past Friday at the hands of No. 2-ranked Iowa.
Despite the 12-26 loss, the Hoosiers did gain some individual victories.
Senior Matt Powless placed second at 197 pounds, and sophomore Ryan LeBlanc placed fifth at 174 pounds.
The IU wrestling team will compete Friday and Saturday in the 30th annual Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational.
The IU wrestling team won all three rounds of the Hoosier Duals with a combined score of 80-34.
The IU wrestling team won all three of its matches, earning a score of 121-18 at the IU Quad meet on Nov. 18.
The Hoosiers will wrestle at 5 p.m. Friday in the University Gym.
Redshirt freshman Tyler Walsh added his second tournament title to his IU
The Hoosiers will compete this Saturday at the Michigan State Open in East Lansing, Mich.
senior was in the ring on Sept. 24 at the National Guard Armory against
Austin Manix, a wrestler seemingly disliked among the Bloomington crowd
at the Infinity Pro Wrestling event.
Ranked No. 4 nationally, returning All-American Matt Powless (197
pounds) placed first. Powless defeated Andrew Campolattano of Ohio State
with a score of 5-2.
The IU Wrestling team will embark on its first meet of the season in
Ypsilanti, Mich., this Saturday to compete in the Eastern Michigan Open.
Twenty IU wrestlers competed in an intra-squad scrimmage at the University Gym.
Sophomore Mitchell Richey, last year's starter at 141 pounds, and junior Ryan Konz, who has experience last season at both 157 and 165 pounds. Redshirt freshman Taylor Walsh is reportedly sick.
There are not a lot of similarities between the speedy offense-based
wrestling of Matt Powless and the read-and-react style that Ricky Alcala
But Saturday evening in Philadelphia, both wrestlers shared something in common upon clinching All-American status: hugs.