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    Doing the most with the least

    Cary Kolat. Brand new wrestling facility. Nine NCAA Qualifiers in the wrestling room next year.
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    schedules

    Cambell University https://gocamels.com/news/2018/8/20/camels-announce-2018-19-wrestling-schedule.aspx
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    Iowa's Slush Fund is in high gear

    Press on Regardless
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    DeSanto to...

    Signed with the Alma College Scots.
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    Eastern Michigan Article-Must Read

    Never under estimate the power of Michigan wrestling see link below......... http://www.mlive.com/eagles/index.ssf/2018/03/eastern_michigan_wrestlers_set.html
  6. I think Eastern Michigan is feeling the power of Michigan Wrestling Faithful https://www.freep.com/story/sports/high-school/2018/03/22/eastern-michigan-football-sports-elimination/448713002/
  7. The AD worked at several schools never at any that had wrestling. He has a 5 year contract that pays 265,000 a year. You can't find another AD for 165,000 a year. The football team is horrible and has few fans that show up. They need to drop football down a division where they can be successful and keep the teams they are cutting. Egos get in the way. Got to have a Division 1 program that will never do much. Sad situation by administration and an athletic director that does not have a clue.
  8. https://youtu.be/l2EG39weVXQ
  9. https://youtu.be/J5NB9ySVdLg
  10. https://youtu.be/CDgdGaIez4k
  11. https://www.facebook.com/GoCamelsWrestle/videos/1755954727769120/
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    Under the Radar-Team

    http://news.theopenmat.com/college-wrestling-news/radar-campbell-university/64706
  13. Wrestling Posts Decisive 22-11 Dual Win over Gardner-Webb EMU won seven of ten bouts on the night Wrestling Posted: 11/3/2017 7:51:00 PM BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. (EMUEagles.com) – The Eastern Michigan University wrestling team started the 2017-18 season with a commanding 22-11 dual victory over Gardner-Webb University Friday evening, Nov. 3. The Eagles (1-0) won seven of ten bouts to cruise to a decisive win. The dual initially began outside at John Henry Moss Stadium, home of Gardner-Webb's baseball program. However, due to slick conditions on the mat, the bout was moved indoors after five weight classes. Of the seven wins, only one came via bonus points for EMU, a major decision from redshirt senior Kyle Springer (New Boston, Mich.-Davenport Assumption (Indiana)) at 149 lbs. GW notched a technical themselves to reach the 11 point threshold. Stating at the top, redshirt freshman Tomas Gutierrez (Arvada, Colo.-Pomona) made his dual debut, and got it started with a solid 3-1 decision win. The first ended scoreless, but he escaped to start the second and then got a take down to lead 3-0 into the third. In the third, the Bulldog wrestler escaped, but Gutierrez held on to make it a 3-0 team score early on. Making his 133 lbs. dual debut, redshirt sophomore Noah Gonser (Grand Blanc, Mich.-Grand Blanc), started out with a bang, getting a takedown, and locking in a cradle to get back points. Following a reversal, it sat 6-2 after one. In the second and third, both wrestlers vied for points, but none were had, and Gonser sealed the 6-2 win to make it 6-0 early on. Continuing at 141 lbs., redshirt sophomore Sa'Derian Perry (Lakeland, Fla.-Lake Gibson) gained the lead to start with a takedown, but GW escaped to make it 2-1 after one. Perry rode the entire second to control riding time into the third. Perry finished off the bout with two more takedowns, and with riding time intact, won the bout 8-2 extending the lead to 9-0. Another veteran made a weight class debut with Springer at 149 lbs. The senior did not lose a step, as he notched four takedowns in the first to gain an early 8-4 lead. With one more in the second and two in the third, Springer cruised to a 15-7 major decision to put EMU in control, 13-0. Gardner-Webb got on the board at 157 lbs. with a technical fall win to close the gap to 13-5 midway through the match. Unfortunately due to moisture on the mat, the dual had to be moved inside at the midway point. The 165 lbs. match was a thrilling one, as it was deadlocked 7-7 after three, but GW notched a takedown in the overtime period to take another bout, and make it 13-8. They made it three in a row at 174 lbs., putting the team score at 13-11 with three matches remaining. EMU broke the streak at 184 lbs. as redshirt junior Kayne MacCallum (Green Oaks, Ill.-Libertyville) dominated his match. After a scoreless first, he gained takedowns in round two and three, without giving up one of his own, to win it 6-0 and put the team score at 16-11. At 197 lbs., redshirt junior Derek Hillman (Woodhaven, Mich.-Woodhaven) got his bout started with a quick takedown, but the first period ended all square, 3-3. To start the second, he rode tough, and got a quick turn for back points to get the lead back, 5-3 into the third. An escape and riding time in the third sealed the match for Hillman, 7-3, as well as the dual, 19-11, going into heavyweight. No. 20 ranked senior Gage Hutchison (Buchanan, Mich.-Buchanan) took care of business to cap the dual. After a scoreless first, he notched an escape and penalty point to lead by two into the third. In the third, Hutchison pulled away with four more points to take it 6-2, and finish the dual, 22-11 in favor of the Eagles. Eastern remains in the Tar Heel State this weekend for a tri-dual at Campbell University. Action against the host Fighting Camels and American University will begin at 11 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 5. Eastern Michigan 22, Gardner-Webb 11 125: Tomas Gutierrez (EMU) over Keegan Duncan (GW) (Dec 3-1) 133: Noah Gonser (EMU) over Philip Anderson (GW) (Dec 6-2) 141: Sa'Derian Perry (EMU) over Denton Spencer (GW) (Dec 8-2) 149: Kyle Springer (EMU) over Joby Armenta (GW) (MD 15-7) 157: Tyler Marinelli (GW) over J.J. Wolfe (EMU) (TF 18-3 3:41) 165: Brett Stein (GW) over Zac Carson (EMU) (SV-1 9-7) 174: Christian Maroni (GW) over Andrew McNally (EMU) (Dec 7-6) 184: Kayne MacCallum (EMU) over Cole Graves (GW) (Dec 6-0) 197: Derek Hillman (EMU) over Anthony Perrine (GW) (Dec 7-3) HWT: No. 20 Gage Hutchison (EMU) over Lathan Bumgarner (GW) (Dec 6-2) Copyright ©2017
  14. Free Video Streaming: Campbell vs Eastern Michigan Campbell vs American Link: http://bigsouthsports.com/watch/?Live=1433
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