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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.
IU wrestling closed its nonconference dual meet season with a 3-0 performance Saturday in the Hoosier Duals at the University Gym.
The IU wrestling team began its 2017-18 home schedule this past Saturday with a quad meet featuring Binghamton, Eastern Michigan, Indianapolis and IU at the University Gym.
IU wrestling kicked off its 2017 season Thursday night with an intrasquad scrimmage called the Cream and Crimson Duel at the University Gym.
The intrasquad meet saw IU wrestling teammates battle it out over 11 matches on Thursday evening.
The IU wrestling team announced the addition of an intrasquad exhibition dual to its schedule that will pit Hoosiers against their fellow teammates Thursday, Oct. 26.
IU’s volleyball and wrestling teams will soon have a home on campus in the form of a new 3,000-seat, $17 million arena. The new venue will be located on the northwest corner of 17th Street and Fee Lane, next to Cook Hall and near IU’s other athletics facilities.
2018 will see the completion of a new arena for volleyball and wrestling, as well as a renovation of IU’s 18-hole championship golf course, after both projects were approved Friday.
Former Hoosier wrestler Angel Escobedo is returning to Bloomington to be the new associate head coach of the IU wrestling program, IU Athletics announced Wednesday.
The Hoosiers sent four wrestlers to this year’s NCAA Championships in St. Louis, which was the most since 2014, and the program returns to Bloomington with a two-time All-American in 184-pound senior Nate
For the first time since 2014, the Hoosiers will send four wrestlers to this weekend's NCAA Championships in St. Louis, Missouri, as three underclassmen will make the trip with their leader, 184-pound senior Nate Jackson.
The No. 23 IU wrestling team placed 13th out of 14 teams at the Big Ten Championships this weekend in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. With the effort, four Hoosiers are headed to the NCAA Championships for the first time since 2014.
IU senior Nate Jackson, the country’s No. 6-ranked 184-pound wrestler, has sacrificed more time than the typical student-athlete in his five years at IU. With three kids and a wife, Jackson has more to tend to than just his academic and athletic careers.
IU wrestling closed last season with a loss against Appalachian State at home in the National Wrestling Coaches Association
Last season, IU took the mat against Appalachian State in the University Gym and lost, 21-13. The Hoosiers will get another chance to take on the No. 20 Mountaineers in the National Wrestling Coaches Association Division One National Dual Series on Sunday.
IU dropped a pair of matches this weekend against No. 3 Iowa, 32-7, and No. 10 Illinois, 28-9. Despite the losses, 184-pound senior No. 6 Nate Jackson reached a milestone.
In the weekend of conference matchups before the Big Ten Championships in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in March, the Hoosiers will be host to senior night against No. 3 Iowa before traveling to Champaign on Sunday to take the mat against No. 10 Illinois.
In five years at Princeton, 149-pound graduate senior Chris Perez picked up 41 wins and made an NCAA Championship appearance his junior season.
The Hoosier wrestling team moved to 9-7, 2-5 Big Ten, during the weekend by splitting matches against Maryland and No. 13