• Wrestling Weekend That Was: Spencer Lee isn’t Iowa’s only formidable freshman

    Iowa’s Sam Stoll escapes from North Dakota State’s Dan Stribal in a 285 pound match during the Iowa City Duals at Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City on Friday, November 17, 2017. (Cliff Jette/The Gazette) The whistles have blown and the college wrestling season is in full swing. Prep wrestling teams have begun practice and it [Read More]

  • Cornell’s Hewson, Martin capture titles at Coe Invite

    CEDAR RAPIDS – Cornell’s Josh Martin (SR/Lombard, Ill.) and Ben Hewson (JR/Loveland, Colo.) put on pinning clinics on their paths to individual titles Saturday at the Coe College Invitational. The ninth-ranked Martin (8-1) blitzed through the 141-pound weight class, capped with a fall in 5:05 over Coe’s Brady Ruden in the championship match. Martin decked his quarterfinal opponent in [Read More]

  • Upper Iowa’s Damian Penichet Named NSIC Wrestler of the Week

    The Northern Sun Conference handed out their weekly wrestling awards and redshirt junior Damian Penichet is the NSIC Wreslter of the Week after a 4-0 day at the Auggie Open in Minneapolis, Minn. The award is Upper Iowa’s ninth of the year, and second for the Peacock wrestling program. Four award winners were from the [Read More]

  • Grand View Results at Coe College Invitational

      Cedar Rapids, Iowa –  No. 1 Grand View wrestling traveled to Cedar Rapids on Saturday to compete in the Coe Turkey open.   Cole Manion (JR/Hudson, FL) and Bryce Fisher (SR/Altoona, Iowa) both finished in first place for the Vikings. Fisher, currently ranked No.11. defeated teammate, Ethan Leighton who is ranked No. 4 in the finals to claim the 184-pound title.  Gary [Read More]

  • No. 8 Peacocks Claim Two Titles and 19 Falls at Auggie Open

    The No. 8 Upper Iowa wrestling team toed the line at the Auggie Open hosted by Augsburg College in Minneapolis, Minn. The Peacocks sent 25 wrestlers to the open tournament to compete in three separate brackets. Eighteen wrestlers from UIU found spots in the Gold brackets, while six entered the circle in the Silver brackets [Read More]

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