The Wesleyan wrestling team took a short road trip to Trinity College on Sunday to compete in the NEWA Futures Tournament. Tucker Kirchberger highlighted the day as he went 5-1 en route to a third-place finish in the 165-pound weight class. Kirchberger worked his way back from an early loss and defeated the top two-seeded wrestlers in his weight class in impressive fashion.
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The Wesleyan University wrestling team celebrated its seniors on Sunday afternoon in Silloway Gymnasium The Cardinals faced tough competition in New England College and the University of Southern Maine, while taking the time to highlight the career achievements of seniors Zack Murillo, Shane Ross, James Matias, Dylan Jones, and Karl Seitz.
The Wesleyan University wrestling team competed in a tri-meet on Sunday hosted by sixth-ranked Ithaca College in the Ben Light Gymnasium. The Cardinals wrestled against Ithaca, Williams, and SUNY Oneonta while Roy Forys, who wrestled at 165, continued an impressive season with a 3-0 record for the day.
The Wesleyan University wrestling team avenged a loss on Saturday night to regional rival Springfield College as the Cardinals claimed a 23-15 win over the Pride on the road.
The Wesleyan University wrestling team finished sixth overall at the NEWA Dual Championships hosted by Johnson & Wales at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence, R.I.
The Wesleyan University wrestling team went 2-3 overall at the Budd Whitehill Duals, hosted by Lycoming College, to finish 10th overall. The two-day event took place at Lamade Gym as the Cardinals went 1-2 on Day 1 followed by a 1-1 performance on Saturday, with victories over SUNY-Cortland (20-19) and Little Three rival Williams (31-9).