Hoosiers Host #4 Minnesota * complete match notes are attached...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -
The Indiana University wrestling team (6-3, 0-1 Big Ten) opens the home portion of its conference
season on Sunday, Jan. 13; playing host to the #4 Minnesota Golden Gophers (9-1, 3-0 Big Ten)
at 2 p.m. ET inside University Gym.

IUHoosiers.com & BTN.com will be streaming the Big Ten battle live. Results can also be found
at TrackWrestling.com and IU’s official team Twitter page (@IUWrestling1).

PROBABLE LINEUPS
125 lbs - Joe Duca, r-So. 8-9 vs. #11 David Thorn, r-Jr. 7-4
133 lbs - Quin Murphy, Fr. 17-8 vs. #6 Chris Dardanes, r-So. 11-1
141 lbs - Eric Roach, r-Fr. 14-8 vs. #9 Nick Dardanes, r-So. 14-5
149 lbs - Alexander Gregory, r-Fr. 2-7 or Preston Keiffer, r-So. 0-3 vs. #5 Dylan Ness, r-So. 4-2
157 lbs - #11 Taylor Walsh, r-So. 21-6 vs. #24 Danny Zilverberg, r-Jr. 10-4
165 lbs - #10 Ryan LeBlanc, r-Jr. 16-4 vs. #12 Cody Yohn, r-Sr. 15-5
174 lbs - Cheney Dale, r-So. 6-12 vs. #2 Logan Storley, So. 14-1
184 lbs - Luke Sheridan, So. 13-9 vs. #5 Kevin Steinhaus, r-Jr. 16-1
197 lbs - Tarek Alaruri, Sr. 1-11 vs. #11 Scott Schiller, r-So. 15-3
285 lbs - #11 Adam Chalfant, r-Jr. 18-3 vs. #2 Tony Nelson, r-Jr. 16-1

50th MIDLANDS
Indiana finished 19th out of 56 teams at the 50th
running of the Midlands despite competing at
just six weight classes due to injury and illness
crippling the lineup.

Redshirt sophomore Taylor Walsh led the way
for IU, placing fourth in the nation’s elite amateur
wrestling tournament. He was seeded 10th at
157 pounds and bested three fellow seeded
wrestlers, including the second-, seventh- and
11th-seeded foes.

NATIONALLY-RANKED HOOSIERS
Each of IU’s three returning NCAA Qualifiers are
ranked amongst the country’s elite once again
this season. This trio of Hoosiers can be found in
the most recent national rankings:

#10 Ryan LeBlanc (165 lbs.)
#11 Adam Chalfant (285 lbs.)
#11 Taylor Walsh (157 lbs.)

BIG TEN DOING BIG THINGS
As a conference, the Big Ten is a combined
67-11 in 78 non-conference duals so far during
the 2012-13 campaign, good for a 85.9 winning
percentage.