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IU wrestling opens its season this weekend with a Saturday afternoon bout at Virginia and a full day at the Hokie Open on Sunday in Roanoke, Virginia.
Athletic Director Fred Glass announced the 37th IU Athletics Hall of Fame class Sept. 12.
With the 2018-2019 schedule released, the IU wrestling team can circle Nov. 3 on its calendars — the date of the season opener at Virginia.
IU’s newest head coach, Angel Escobedo, wants to use his experience at the highest level of wrestling to bring the Hoosiers to the national level.
On Monday, IU Coach Angel Escobedo announced the addition of Mike Dixon to his staff. Dixon returns to IU as an associate head coach after ending his varsity wrestling career in 2001.
A new era of IU wrestling began in April when longtime coach Duane Goldman retired and former IU wrestler Angel Escobedo was named his successor.
IU Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Fred Glass announced April 5 that Coach Duane Goldman will be retiring effective immediately.
Two Hoosiers — juniors Elijah Oliver, 125 lbs, and Bryce Martin, 165 lbs — earned their spots in the NCAA tournament over the weekend by placing within the top of their weight classes.
This weekend in East Lansing, two of the Hoosiers top wrestlers qualified for the NCAA tournament that will take place the weekend of March 15 to 17 at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.
After the break in action, multiple Hoosiers are ready and excited for the upcoming Big Ten Wrestling Tournament this weekend hosted at the Breslin Center in East Lansing, Michigan.
The end could not come any sooner.
A comparable sentiment has been felt after each of IU's Big Ten wrestling matches.
Rinse and repeat. The cyclical conundrum of a season for the IU wrestling team continued this weekend against Big Ten foes Wisconsin and Nebraska.
For the past few years, IU wrestling has struggled to finish well in the end of season standings.
IU dropped its fourth straight loss, this time by an 18-15 defeat at the hands of Michigan State when the two met Friday night at University Gym.
On Friday night, the Michigan State Spartans travel to University Gym in Bloomington to face the Hoosiers in a duel of two struggling teams.
The IU wrestling team competed in its first home Big Ten match of the year this past Friday at University Gym.
Impressive performances from two IU wrestlers helped the Hoosiers finish in 15th place out of 40 teams in last week's 55th Ken Kraft Midlands Championships in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.
IU (6-3 overall, 0-2 in Big Ten) dropped its second dual meet in Big Ten action, losing 44-3 at No. 1 Penn State on Sunday at Rec Hall in University Park, Pennsylvania.
IU wrestling began Big Ten Conference play Sunday against No. 2 Ohio State in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. The Hoosiers won three bouts in the dual meet but were handily defeated by the Buckeyes 26-9.