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VT Wrestling: Whit Babcock named Virginia Tech athletic director

WrestlingWhit Babcock named Virginia Tech athletic directorRead the story- to go – Virginia Tech President Charles Steger announced today that Whit Babcock will become the university’s next athletic director. Babcock has served as athletic director at the University of Cincinnati since 2011. “We are very pleased to welcome Whit back to Virginia,” said Steger. “He has substantial experience managing large business enterprises and s...

PSU v. Illinois Live Updates!

PSU V. Illinois Live Updates Christian Pyles Alright people, I'm going to be updating this article AT LEAST after each period.  Just keep clicking/refreshing for updates! Shaking hands and giving starting lineups! 125-Jesse Delgado-Illinois v. Nico Megaludis-PSU 1st Period:  Nico working from a knee right a way, gets to a front head lock.  Stalemate.  Nico gets his hands on his head right away again.  Back to front headlock, but Nico not close to getting around.   Nico pushing pace and there's the stall warning aga...

Suplay Deal of the Week - Jan. 22, 2014

Harvard Wrestling Hosts Boston University Saturday in Home Opener

Harvard Wrestling Hosts Boston University Saturday in Home Opener Ivy League Digital Network Storyline The Harvard wrestling team will return home to the friendly confines of the Malkin Athletic Center for the first time this season when it hosts Boston University Saturday, Jan. 25 at 7:30 p.m. The match can be seen live on the Ivy League Digital Network. Last Time Out Ryan Osleeb and James Fox each picked up wins last Saturday as the Crimson began Ivy League competition at No. 6 Cornell. The Big Red won eight of the 10 bouts, however, en rout...

Notes: No. 21 Purdue vs. No. 10 Nebraska

Notes: No. 21 Purdue vs. No. 10 Nebraska Boilermakers return home for first time since November for Big Ten dual Sunday.       Jan. 24, 2014 No. 21 Purdue (5-4, 0-4 Big Ten) vs. No. 10 Nebraska (8-1, 2-1 Big Ten) Sunday, Jan. 26, 1 p.m. | Holloway Gymnasium | West Lafayette, Ind. Purdue Notes | Nebraska Notes Contains rankings, season and career stats, records and much more Coverage • Streamed live on the Big Ten Digital Network | Play-by-Play Cory Palm | Color Doug Welch • Follow Purdue wres...

No. 24 OSU Upset No. 20 Lehigh

No. 24 OSU Upset No. 20 Lehigh

Flo Wrestling

January 23, 2014, 11:52pm

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Wrestling: Mountain Hawks can't overcome early struggles in 28-10 loss at Orego

CORVALLIS, Ore. – No. 24 Oregon State raced out to a 22-0 lead and No. 20 Lehigh was never able to recover, as the Mountain Hawks fell 28-10 Thursday night on the opening leg of their trip to the Pacific Northwest at Gill Coliseum. The Mountain Hawks lost the first five weight classes before reeling off three straight victories but the host Beavers won tight battles between nationally-ranked wrestlers in the final two bouts to defeat Lehigh for the second straight year.   The loss drops the Mountain Hawks to 6-5 in duals while Oregon Sta...

CP's Superdual Breakdown: PSU v. Illinois

Illinois v. PSU Superdual Christian Pyles 37-0. That was the score the last time these two tangled. It was a massacre in Champaign and the Illini are looking to return the favor. Though Illinois may not be favored to win the dual, there are some huge matchups they’ll look to take to set them up for Big 10’s and NCAA’s. The biggest match up of the evening will likely take place first when we’ll have an NCAA finals rematch at 125 pounds. In all there are 6 ranked v. ranked match ups in this dual. 125-#1 Jesse Delgado-Illin...

Flashes Visit Ohio Friday; Host CMU Sunday

Kent State takes on its two biggest rivals this weekend, beginning a string of five consecutive Mid-American Conference duals.  The Golden Flashes will take their 2-0 MAC mark into Athens Friday, Jan. 24 against archrival Ohio University.  Two days later, Kent State hosts Central Michigan (Jan. 26) at the M.A.C. Center. Dual Success Since Head Coach Jim Andrassy's third season (2005-06), the Golden Flashes have gone 117-43-1 in dual meets.  The Flashes have also won 15 of their last 19 duals at the M.A.C. Center.  Since the...

What 2 Watch 4 This Weekend

What 2 Watch 4 This Weekend

Christian Pyles

January 23, 2014, 3:15pm

What 2 Watch 4 This Weekend Christian Pyles We’ve just got duals this weekend, and a lot of them! Here are the matches you need to pay attention to! Friday, January 24 Kent State v. Ohio Two super talents will go at it at 149 pounds. #11 Tywan Claxton has had a great year so far. He’s the only guy to knock off current #1 Drake Houdashelt of Missouri. He’ll be challenged by Michael DePalma who has had some big wins this year including one against Eric Grajales. A pair of big move wrestlers will go at it at 157 when Kent State&r...

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