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Junior wrestler Nate Jackson gets on a knee and looks at the floor before every match, saying the same thing over and over.
Junior wrestler Nate Jackson was named Big Ten Wrestler of the Week for the first time in his career. He is the second Hoosier to be given the honor this season. Luke Blanton was given the award Dec. 15, 2015.
IU’s perfect start to conference play ended Sunday with a loss to No. 1 Penn State 34-8 at the University Gym.
The Hoosiers won just four dual matches last
The Hoosiers have entered the national rankings for the first time this season after beating Minnesota, Eastern Michigan and Manchester last weekend.
IU senior wrestler Alonzo Shepherd had a pin against Minnesota that turned the match in a complete circle.
The IU wrestling team has a busy weekend, with three matches in a period of three days, both home and away.
Freshman Norman Conley began his wrestling career in middle school. He started winning matches in seventh grade and said he always had aspirations of wrestling in
The Hoosiers walked away from the University Gym victorious Saturday, winning by a score of 25-12 while playing host for the first time this season against Southern Illinois–Edwardsville.
IU will be at home for the first time this season as it approaches Big Ten play when Southern Illinois-Edwardsville comes into town Saturday to take on the Hoosiers at 1 p.m. in the University Gym.
The wrestling team took part in its second tournament of the season at the Keystone Classic in
IU takes the mat Sunday, Nov. 22, at the Keystone Classic in Philadelphia to compete against other top schools in the country.
Junior Nate Jackson’s wrestling career began at a young age when his parents forced him to start because of his lack of school
The wrestling team opened its season this weekend at the Eastern Michigan University Open and finished with six podium finishes, including three freshman places in the top three.
The last time IU participated in the Eastern Michigan Athletics Open was during the 2011-12 season. However, to start the 2015-16 season, the Hoosiers will travel to Ypsilanti, Michigan, on Saturday, Nov. 7, to compete against other top schools in the nation.
Former IU wrestler Mike Powell was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame this weekend in Stillwater, Okla.
After winning 128 matches and holding the all-time pins record in IU history, senior Taylor Walsh still had something missing from his career resume: He had yet to make a run in the NCAA Championships.
From IDS reports
The IU wrestling team returns home to face the No. 16 Michigan Sunday at the University Gymnasium at 1 p.m.
Two meets, two losses.