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Taylor Walsh continues to accumulate more and more accomplishments as he had yet another eventful week.
IU wrestling put four wrestlers on the podium at Saturday’s Harold Nichols Open in Ames, Iowa.
IU wrestling will compete in four regular-season tournaments and 14 duals this season, announced the team Tuesday with its 2014-15 schedule.
IU wrestling lost 18-16 to Michigan State on Saturday during IU’s final
regular season Big Ten match of the season before next month’s Big Ten
Only in his redshirt junior season, wrestler Taylor Walsh has already
surpassed four-time All-American and national champion Angel Escobedo
for the second most pins in school history. His 44 pins are three shy
of the school record.
Evanston, Ill. will be the center of collegiate wrestling this week as Northwestern hosts the Ken Kraft Midlands Championships, which is often considered to be the premier amateur-wrestling tournament during the season.
Everything went as expected for the IU wrestling team in a 52-0 defeat of Division-III Manchester this weekend.
In addition to its victory against Manhattan this weekend, the IU
wrestling team has been making a splash on the recruiting trail as this
year’s signing class was ranked No. 9 by Wrestling Insider News
Junior Taylor Walsh, 157 pounds and No. 5 in the nation, has 17 pins, which puts him two away from tying the single-season school record.
Former Hoosier standout Matt Powless has been named the new assistant coach of the IU wrestling team.
Junior Luke Sheridan stands behind the coaches, waiting for his match to begin.He has a poised, fixated look out at the mat as if there is nothing on his mind besides the next 10 minutes of wrestling.
During a weekend of success for the IU wrestling team in which the
Hoosiers posted a 4-1 record, it was the loss that stuck with the
coaches and wrestlers the most, they said.
IU, West Virginia, Northern Colorado, Drexel, Southern Illinois
University Edwardsville and Virginia Military Institute will participate
in a round robin competition Saturday and Sunday.
The IU wrestling team could face up to 54 ranked wrestlers from 12
schools at the high-profile Keystone Classic tournament Sunday.
On Sunday, IU defeated Duke 22-15 before going on to beat Cleveland
State 25-10 in the tri-meet. Duke defeated Cleveland State 19-16 in
The first dual meets of this wrestling season are Sunday in Bloomington at the University Gym against Duke and Cleveland State.
Four IU wrestlers made their way to their respective finals Saturday at
the Michigan State Open, where two Hoosiers took first place.
Coming off a successful outing last weekend, the IU wrestling team will
head to East Lansing, Mich., this Saturday for the Michigan State Open.
Junior Taylor Walsh, the No. 9 wrestler in the country at 157 pounds,
opened IU’s 2013-14 wrestling season with a first-place finish at the
Clarion Open on Sunday in Clarion, Pa.