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In their fourth match-up of the season, junior Matt Powless at 197 pounds was upset by Michigan States Tyler Dickenson 7-4. The loss sends Powless to the consalation bracket where he will have a long road ahead of him to snatch one of the sic automatic qualifer spots. This is by far the earliest loss in a tournament on the year for Powless, so it will be interesting to se how he responds.
I will be posting periodic updates throughout the day about the Big Ten Wrestling Championships, but you can also find live blogs for the event at both Intermat and TheOpenMat. The later also includes live audio on the same page. For more information on the tournament, see my preview from Friday's IDS. I also broke down each of the weights in this blog yesterday. A recap will be in Monday's IDS.
The Big Ten has released the brackets for this weekend's conference tournament and for the most part, IU has made out about as favorably as could be reasoonably expected.
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.
The Big Ten Championships are this Saturday and Sunday. Bragging rights and automatic qualifier berths for the national tournament are at stake. I will be posting updates throughout the weekend, and you can catch the finals live from 4 to 7 on the Big Ten Network on Sunday. Here is how I see the Hoosiers stacking up against the competition this weekend:
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.
In the first of two matches in two nights, the IU wrestling team fell to Illinois on Thursday evening 23-12.
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.
On Friday, the Hoosiers took seven of 10 matches and never trailed, defeating Michigan State 22-9 on Senior Night at University Gym.
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.
In their most lopsided defeat of the season, the Hoosiers fell 35-6 to the three-time defending champion Hawkeyes
On Saturday, IU will attempt to mimic the Hawkeyes’ upset of Penn State and end Iowa’s 73-dual unbeaten streak.
Wrestling without senior captain Paul Young, the IU wrestling team dropped Sunday’s match against Michigan 23-9 on Alumni Day at University Gym.
The No. 20 IU wrestling team looks to get their first Big Ten win when No. 12 Michigan comes to town this weekend.
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 IU wrestling team lost 36-8 to No. 1 Penn State on Sunday at University Gym.
The IU wrestling team will host No. 1 Penn State this weekend at University Gym.
IU wrestlers fall to No. 5 Minnesota despite finishing the final matches strong
125 lbs.: Zack Sanders tech fall 22-7 over Justin Brooks
Pulling the upset tonight will still be a tall order for IU wrestlers, but tonight's match against mighty Minnesota just got a little more interesting with the news that Sonny Yohn, ranked 5th nationally by Intermat at 197 for the Golden Gophers, will probably not be in the lineup tonight. What would have likely been the closest match of the night just turned into a big opportunity for bonus points for Matt Powless and IU. Here's how the two teams stack up against each other and how I think tonight's action might pan out: