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Then-sophomore Taylor Walsh takes down his opponent during the Hoosiers' competition against Minnesota on Jan. 13 at University Gym.

Wrestlers succeed at Clarion 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.

Sheridan to put USA singlet on for 3rd time

When rising junior Luke Sheridan pinned William Baker June 23 at the Jr. World Team Trials in Stillwater, Okla., he didn’t feel the need for any celebration.

Freshman Alonzo Sheperd takes down his Minnesota opponent on Jan. 13, at University Gym. Sheperd lost in his wrestling debut 18-7.

Five wrestlers head to championships

Taylor Walsh, Joe Duca, Luke Sheridan, Ryan LeBlanc and Adam Chalfant will represent IU from March 21-23 in Des Moines, Iowa.

Sophomore Joe Duca escapes from his Northwestern opponent Feb. 23 at the University Gym. Duca won 6-4 in sudden victory.

4 wrestlers eye spots in NCAAs

With the Big Ten Championships this weekend, IU (9-10) will have to fight for its spot among some of the best teams in the nation.

IU wrestling's struggles continue

Having to overcome injuries that left half of the lineup incapacitated while facing the best of the best in the Big Ten was a tall order for the IU wrestlers as well as IU Coach Duane Goldman.

IU returns to winning ways

IU improved its overall team record to an even 9-9 on the season after six straight losses, with 33-12 wins against Lindenwood-Belleville and SIUE and a shutout dual against Knox College, with a final score of 45-0.

Freshman Alonzo Shepherd works to get free against Kyle Visconti on Jan. 18 at University Gym. Indiana lost to Ohio State 36-3.

IU stays focused as season’s end nears

In addition to squaring off against SIUE, the Hoosiers have also added duals against Knox College and Lindenwood-Belleville University.

Hoosiers stay focused as season's end nears

As the season is in the process of winding down, the Hoosiers will battle Southern Illinois University Edwardsville on Sunday to see if they can pick up a win before their final Big Ten match.

Hoosiers fall against Purdue

While the Hoosiers came in with a clear mindset and the return of junior starter Ryan LeBlanc, Indiana could not best the Boilermakers on their home mat. The Hoosiers dropped the match against in-state rival Purdue with a final score of 28-13, moving to 0-7 in the Big Ten.

Hoosiers aim to upset No. 17 Purdue

Next on Indiana’s radar is in-state foe Purdue, and the two teams will continue the years of rivalry 6:30 p.m. today in West Lafayette.

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