Follow the Cornell Big Red throughout the college wrestling season with news, notes, and interviews.
Cornell Wrestling Tuning Up For Postseason
Feb 22, 2024With all the conference tournaments and then NCAA Championships right around the corner for college wrestling teams, Cornell decided to step out of EIWA action for the first time since early January, and went to North Carolina for a pair of non-conference duals last weekend.
Jacob Cardenas Living His Dream With Cornell Wrestling
Feb 8, 2024Some people find their dream college in high school. Some might find their dream school even earlier in life thanks to their family's connections to a particular university.
Key Training Phase In Past, Mizzou Showdown Ahead For Cornell Wrestling
Jan 25, 2024Back in December, Cornell coach Mike Grey said the semester break would be one of the most pivotal times of the season for the Big Red.
No Change: Vito Arujau Staying At 133 For Cornell Wrestling
Jan 10, 2024With rumors running rampant after this last weekend of action, Cornell head coach Mike Grey shot down speculation of a possible weight class change for Cornell’s returning national champion Vito Arujau.
Quick Turnaround Awaits Cornell Wrestling With Ohio State, VT Up Next
Jan 5, 2024Cornell has one of the toughest dual schedules in the nation this year — a schedule that has the potential to feature seven ranked non-Ivy League foes, including five in the top 10.
Cornell Wrestling Looking Forward To Tough Competition, Key Training Phase
Dec 13, 2023The months of December and January can be challenging for many collegiate wrestling programs. Between finals and winter break, a sport like wrestling that spans over multiple semesters can see a disturbance to the normal, daily routine of when classes are in session.
Cornell Wrestling Going All In With Chris Foca At 184
Nov 29, 2023The first month of the season has pretty much gone to script for Cornell and head coach Mike Grey.
Lewis Fernandes Back After Injury-Shortened '23 Season | Big Red Insider
Nov 17, 2023Cornell officially kicked off the 2022-23 season this past weekend, staying in-state and competing at the Journeymen Collegiate Classic. A large contingent of 23 wrestlers were in action for the Big Red, highlighted by performances from starters Brett Ungar (125 pounds), Meyer Shapiro (157), and Julian Ramirez (165). The trio went a combined 9-0, and each won his respective bracket
Big Red Insider: Cornell Ready For Competition Outside Practice Room
Nov 1, 2023Each year when the calendar turns to November 1, every college wrestling program is more than ready to get outside their own practice room and hit the mat against opponents that are not wearing their same practice singlets.