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The Hoosier wrestling team moved to 9-7, 2-5 Big Ten, during the weekend by splitting matches against Maryland and No. 13
When the Hoosiers travel to the East Coast for matches at Maryland and No. 14 Rutgers this weekend, 149-pound graduate transfer and New York native Chris Perez will have a homecoming of sorts.
IU moved to 8-6 and 1-4 in Big Ten on the season after splitting the weekend against conference foes Northwestern and Nebraska. The Hoosiers defeated the Wildcats on the road before dropping their match against Nebraska on Sunday.
With IU wrestling still looking for its first Big Ten win of the season, the Hoosiers have a double dose of conference action this weekend with a road match at Northwestern and a home battle with No. 5 Nebraska.
In the Hoosiers’ first home match in more than a month, IU dropped to 0-3 in the Big Ten after a 28-9 loss against No. 11 Minnesota.
Last season IU wrestling took down Minnesota, 19-18. It was the first time the Hoosiers had defeated the Golden Gophers since 1968. This weekend, the Hoosiers will look to make it two wins in two seasons while getting their first Big Ten win against the No. 8 Gophers.
Freshman IU wrestler Devin Skatzka had a laundry list of accomplishments during his time at Richmond High School in Richmond, Michigan.
For the first time since 2004 and the fourth time overall, IU took the mat against Purdue inside Mackey Arena with hopes of spoiling the night advertised as “Mackey Mayhem.”
To open their stretch of eight straight Big Ten matches before the postseason begins, the Hoosiers will take the mat in a setting — Mackey Arena in West Lafayette, Indiana — usually used for basketball.
IU wrestling traveled to the Midlands Tournament hosted by Northwestern, a tournament full of ranked talent, and two Hoosiers came away with top-five finishes.
In the final event of nonconference play, the Hoosiers look to improve their rankings at the Midlands Tournament Thursday and Friday hosted by Northwestern.
The Hoosiers split matches with Buffalo and Indiana Tech Sunday to move to 7-3 on the season as preparations for the Midlands Tournament begin.
The IU wrestling team has tied three times already this season. Twice, the tiebreaker criteria of total team points scored has caused the Hoosiers to come up short and take a loss.
IU improved to 6-2 on the season after IU rebounded from a close loss to No. 11 Wisconsin on Friday to defeat Eastern Michigan and Cleveland State on Sunday.
As of late, the Hoosier wrestlers have been competing more to IU Coach Duane Goldman’s liking.
Late last season, sophomore Cole Weaver sustained an injury against Ohio State’s Micah Jordan, one that’s odd even for wrestling.
Despite winning just half of the matches on the night, the Hoosiers found a way to win thanks to bonus-point victories and tiebreaker criteria.
After a disappointing start to the season with a loss at Cal Poly, the morale from the IU wrestling team was low.
After a disappointing start to the season, IU Coach Duane Goldman was eager to see how his squad would respond this week.
IU Coach Duane Goldman wanted his IU wrestling team to answer the bell and respond after a disappointing loss against Cal Poly, and it did just that.