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IU wrestling falls to Michigan State

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 Championship.


Junior Taylor Walsh catches his breath during his match against his Penn State opponent on Janury 17 at University Gym. After the official review that stopped play, Walsh was awarded two points for a takedown which helped him defeat his opponent 5-4.

Walsh nears IU pin record

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.



Wrestling gets No. 9 class

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 magazine.


Junior Taylor Walsh wrestles his opponent during the Hoosier Duals Dec. 8 at the University Gym. Walsh pinned all five of his opponents.

Hoosier wrestlers to take on Manchester

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.


Junior Luke Sheridan wrestles his opponent from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville during the Hoosier Duals on Sunday at the University Gym. Sheridan won 2-0, contributing to IU's 28-9 victory against SIUE.

Sheridan avenges an old loss

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.


Sophomore Ethan Raley wrestles his opponent during the second day of the Hoosier Duals on Sunday at the University Gym. Raley won his matchup, helping IU defeat Southern Illinois University Edwardsville 28-9.

Wrestling team goes 4-1 during weekend

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. 




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