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The Indiana Daily Student

Hoosiers victorious in season opener

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Kicking off the season with a win, IU wrestling defeated Manchester at home 44-12. The night consisted of solid performances from all weight classes, including six pins and multiple takedowns.


Wrestling

IU faces Manchester in 1st match

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The IU wrestling team takes on Manchester Thursday in the team's first match of the season, in hopes of figuring out what the lineups for this year should be.


The Indiana Daily Student

IU wrestling adds new assistant coach

IU Wrestling Coach Duane Goldman announced the appointment of Assistant Coach Nick Simmons. Simmons, a 2011 USA Wrestling World Team Member, served as director of wrestling operations at Oregon State University for the past three years.


The Indiana Daily Student

IU wrestlers head to St. Louis for NCAA Championships

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Four Hoosiers will make one last journey of the season as they travel to St. Louis to compete in the NCAA Championships. The action will start at noon on Thursday and will end with the last session starting at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.









The Indiana Daily Student

IU prepares for busy weekend

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The team will first travel to Edwardsville, Ill., on Friday to compete against South Dakota State at 5 p.m. and against Southern Illinois University Edwardsville at 8 p.m. The Hoosiers will then return home to wrestle rival Purdue at 2 p.m. Sunday in the University Gym.


The Indiana Daily Student

Hoosiers pinned by Illini

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It was another tough test for the Hoosiers on Sunday when they took to the mat against the No. 8 Fighting Illini in IU’s University Gymnasium. Despite its efforts, the team suffered a loss, 10-29.



Senior IU wrestler Matt Powless

One last shot: Wrestler goes for NCAA title in final season

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Senior Matt Powless has been wrestling since he was six years old. This year, Powless will put everything on the line one last time in hopes of winning an NCAA title.Powless started wrestling when he was in first grade with every intention of becoming a WWE star. “I was ready to be the next Stone Cold Steve Austin,” Powless said.It didn’t take long for him to realize that wrestling at school wasn’t the same as wrestling for the WWE.