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  1. Manchester University Wrestling created an event. 1 hr · 01 NOV Going Black & Gold Scrimmage Sun 6 PM · Manchester University Wrestling · North Manchester, IN 7 guests Sunday is our annual Black & Gold Scrimmage at 6:00pm!! This is the first chance for everyone to see the 2015-2016 version of the Spartans! As an added bonus, everyone in attendance will receive a pair of plastic cauliflower ears with the MU logo on it. We hope to see everyone there!
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  3. Black and Gold wrap up 2014-15 campaign Feb 28, 2015 CRAWFORDSVILLE, IND. – Freshman 133-pounder Chase Wilson (Peru, Ind.) and sophomore 174-pounder Dylan Lauffer (Fairfield, Ohio) combined for three wins, leading Manchester University at the 2015 NCAA Division III Midwest Regional Championships Saturday, Feb. 28. The duo each claimed wins on the winner's bracket side to start the day. Lauffer gave eventual fourth-place finisher Jamie Jakes of Alma College a strong battle in the quarterfinals, falling 2-0, while Wilson took top-seeded Brandon Preston of Trine University to the wire in a 5-4 final. Wilson rallied for a major decision win in the wrestlebacks before Olivet College of Michigan's Matt Darling held him off 6-1. Lauffer was knocked out of the tournament in a 2-1 thriller on the wrestleback side against UW-Stevens Point's Dylan Diebitz. Lauffer's close-knit loss on the consolation side was one of many near-miss situations for the hard-battling Spartans. Freshman 184-pounder Alex Roberts (Winslow, Ind.) lost two matches by a total of five points; junior heavyweight Dustin Kult (Lafayette, Ind.) was edged 1-0 for a spot in the quarterfinals; freshman 165-pounder Tristan Wilson (Fort Wayne, Ind.) dropped decisions to runner-up Stephen Aiello of Wheaton College of Illinois and sixth-place finisher Conner Price of UW-Whitewater by a combined two points which included a tiebreaker ending against Price; and freshman 157-pounder Matt Ruddick (Seymour, Ind.) battled in defeats which concluded by a combined nine points. MU concluded their afternoon inside Wabash College's Knowling Fieldhouse with seven-and-a-half points. UW-Whitewater held off the host Little Giants 133-116.5 for the team championship.
  4. MU takes aim at Midwest Regionals Saturday Feb 26, 2015 Manchester University takes aim at individual and team honors Saturday, Feb. 28, when they compete in the 2015 NCAA Division III Midwest Regional Championships. Meet specifics: Wabash College's Knowling Fieldhouse in Crawfordsville, Ind., is the host site … Action is set for a 9 a.m. start … The top three finishers at each weight class punch tickets to the 2015 NCAA Division III Championships March 13 and 14 at the Giant Center in Hershey, Penn. … Live results and video can be viewed throughout the day via links in the calendar section at www.muspartans.com, the Internet home of Manchester University athletics. Spartan Shorts: Coach Matt Burlingame and his staff have set the following line-up for this weekend's tourney - 125: Ruben Rodriguez, Jr., fr. Hammond, Ind., 14-15; 133:Chase Wilson, fr. Peru, Ind., 14-16; 141: Clayton Capes, fr., North Vernon, Ind., 3-23; 149: Bryce Roberts, jr., Rochester, Ind., 2-8; 157: Matthew Ruddick, fr. Seymour, Ind., 12-7; 165: Tristan Wilson, fr. Fort Wayne, Ind., 7-13; 174: Dylan Lauffer, so. Fairfield, Ohio, 26-18; 184: Alex Roberts, fr. Winslow, Ind., 7-15; 197: Brian Clark, so. Milford, Ind., 4-14; 285: Dustin Kult, jr. Lafayette, Ind., 16-12 … In recent regionals history, Clark highlighted last year's tourney for the Black and Gold by forging a win in three matches. Kult advanced in the championship bracket with a bye before suffering a pair of close-knit losses in the wrestlebacks … Lauffer enters the weekend as the squad leader in takedowns (46), three-point nearfalls (19) and pins (11). Other top numbers among this weekend's competitors belong to Kult (technical falls – three and pins - four); Ruddick (reversals and three-point nearfalls – six/two-point nearfalls and pins – five); Chase Wilson (takedowns – 43/reversals - eight); and Rodriguez, Jr. (escapes – 47/takedowns – 44/reversals - six) … MU is coming off a 46-4 win over Mt. St. Joseph University Feb. 19 in its 2014-15 dual finale.
  5. Spartans, MSJ face off in dual meeting Feb 19, 2015 Manchester University closes its 2014-15 dual schedule Thursday, Feb. 19. . Spartan Shorts: MU (1-7) is coming off a solid outcome at the 2015 Mid-States Conference Championships Feb. 14. Freshman 157-pounder Matt Ruddick (Seymour, Ind.), improving to 11-7, claimed his bracket's consolation championship with a 5-1 record at Olivet College of Michigan. He was one of four Spartans to end in the top six. Fellow freshman Tristan Wilson (Fort Wayne, Ind.), wrestling at 165 pounds, took fifth, while Lauffer and freshman 149-pounder Clayton Capes (North Vernon, Ind.) each ended sixth. MU totaled 60 points to end fifth … Sophomore 174-pounder Dylan Lauffer (Fairfield, Ohio) remains the wins (26) and falls (11) squad leader. Ruddick's 61.1 winning percentage is atop the category followed closely by Lauffer (59) and junior heavyweight Dustin Kult (Lafayette, Ind.) (15-11 – 57.6). Lauffer, Kult, Ruddick, freshman 133-pounder Chase Wilson (Peru, Ind.), freshman 125-pounder Ruben Rodriguez, Jr. (Hammond, Ind.), and freshman 157-pounder Alex Arney (Fort Wayne, Ind.) have all reached double-digit victories. Tristan Wilson is just off the mark, with eight wins, and has been on the rise of late with five victories in his last eight matches … MSJ has claimed the last two meetings of the series, as the Black and Gold's most recent victory occurred during the 2011-12 campaign. A year ago, the Spartans and Mt. St. Joseph went down to the final match at the Harrington Center with the home team picking up a 24-21 decision. 2015 NCAA Division III Midwest Regional Championships: Wabash College's Knowling Fieldhouse in Crawfordsville, Ind., is the site for the regional tournament Saturday, Feb. 28. Competition begins at 9 a.m. The top three finishers in each weight class advance to the 2015 NCAA Division III Championships, hosted by Elizabethtown College of Pennsylvania at Hershey's Giant Center the weekend of March 13-14.
  6. Black and Gold dominates in dual finale Feb 19, 2015 NORTH MANCHESTER, IND. – There couldn't have been much better of a script written for Manchester University's final dual of the 2014-15 campaign. Shining in front of their home crowd inside Stauffer-Wolfe Arena, the Black and Gold, improving to 2-7, picked up three wins in four contested matches to go with six forfeits in route to a 46-4 win over Mt. St. Joseph University. It all started with a furious comeback from freshman 125-pounder Ruben Rodriguez, Jr.(Hammond, Ind.). After the Lions' Donnie Harrington built a 5-1 lead early in the final stanza, the Black and Gold first-year wrestler went to work. He gained three takedowns and a reversal, to go with a key stalling point, and held Harrington down over the final harrowing 10 seconds to earn a 10-9 win. Freshman 133-pounder Chase Wilson (Peru, Ind.), as has been his mode of operation, piled up four takedowns and added a reversal against MSJ's Charlie Heyob winning by major decision 11-3. Junior Josh Juarez (South Bend, Ind.), competing up a weight, proved masterful in a 2-0 shutout of Luis Godines, as he rode out his opponent for the entire third period. The visiting Lions, dropping to 0-13, managed to avoid the shutout, as senior 184-pounder Tyler Ray registered six takedowns to topple MU freshman Alex Roberts (Winslow, Ind.) 14-5. The remaining section of the Spartans' points came from the aforementioned forfeits for freshman Clayton Capes (North Vernon, Ind.), freshman 157-pounder Matt Ruddick (Seymour, Ind.), freshman 165-pounder Tristan Wilson (Fort Wayne, Ind.), sophomore 174-pounder Dylan Lauffer (Fairfield, Ohio), junior 197-pounder Dustin Chafin(Elkhart, Ind.) and junior heavyweight Dustin Kult (Lafayette, Ind.). The Spartans now prepare for the 2015 NCAA Division III Midwest Regional Championships. Wabash College hosts the event inside Knowling Fieldhouse in Crawfordsville, Ind., Saturday, Feb. 28. NOTES: Juarez became the seventh member of MU's double-digit win club. He improved to 10-11 with his decision … Rodriguez, Jr.'s come-from-behind thriller evened his season mark at 15-15 … The win ended a two-dual skein for MSJ in the series. MANCHESTER 46, MT. ST. JOSEPH 4 125 – Ruben Rodriguez, Jr. (M) dec. Donnie Harrington, 10-9 1st period – Harrington takedown 2:12 2-0; 2-0 Harrington 2nd period – Rodriguez, Jr., takes down – Rodriguez, Jr., escape 3:10, 2-1; Harrington takedown, 4-1, 4:00; 4-1 Harrington 3rd period – Harrington takes down; Harrington escape, 5:05, 5-1; Rodriguez, Jr., takedown, 5:15, 5-3; Harrington escape, 5:17, 6-3; Rodriguez, Jr., reversal 6:07, 6-5; Harrington escape, 6:10, 7-5; Rodriguez, Jr., takedown, 6:15, 7-7; Harrington escape, 8-7, 6:25; Rodriguez, Jr., stalling pt., 6:41, 8-8; Rodriguez, Jr., takedown, 6:45, 10-8; Harrington riding pt. 10-9 Manchester 3, MSJ 0 133 – Chase Wilson (M) maj. Dec. Charlie Heyob, 11-3 1st period – Wilson takedown, :12, 2-0; Heyob escape, 1:25, 2-1; Wilson takedown, 2:00, 4-1; 4-1 Wilson 2nd period – Heyob takes down; 4-1 Wilson 3rd period – Wilson takes down; Wilson reversal, 5:20, 6-1; Heyob escape, 5:22, 6-2; Wilson takedown, 5:40, 8-2; Heyob escape, 5:42, 8-3; Wilson takedown, 6:50, 10-3; Wilson riding pt. 11-3 Manchester 7, MSJ 0 141 – Clayton Capes (M) wins by forfeit Manchester 13, MSJ 0 149 – Josh Juarez dec. Luis Godines, 2-0 1st period – 0-0 2nd period – Juarez chooses down – Juarez escape, 1-0, 3:05; 1-0 Juarez 3rd period – Godines takes down – Juarez riding pt. 2-0 16-0 Manchester 157 – Matt Ruddick (M) wins by forfeit 22-0 Manchester 165 – Tristan Wilson (M) wins by forfeit 28-0 Manchester 174 – Dylan Lauffer (M) wins by forfeit 34-0 Manchester 184 – Tyler Ray (MSJ) wins by major dec. over Alex Roberts, 14-5 1st period – Ray takedown, :05, 2-0; Roberts escape 1:05, 2-1; Ray takedown, 1:45, 4-1; Roberts escape 4-2, 2:35; Ray takedown, 2:58, 6-2 2nd period – Ray takes down; Ray escape, 3:10, 7-2; Ray takedown, 3:25, 9-2; Roberts escape, 4:02, 9-3; Ray takedown, 4:39, 11-3; 11-3 Ray 3rd period – Roberts takes down – Roberts escape, 5:03, 11-4; Ray takedown, 6:45, 13-4; Roberts escape, 6:48, 13-5; Ray riding pt. 14-5 34-4 Manchester 197 – Dustin Chafin (M) wins by forfeit Manchester 40-4 HWT – Dustin Kult wins by forfeit Manchester 46-4
  7. Results MU puts four in top six at Mid-States Feb 14, 2015 OLIVET, MICH. – Freshman 157-pounder Matthew Ruddick (Seymour, Ind.) used a pair of falls in route to the consolation championship of the 2015 Mid-States Conference Invitational Saturday, Feb. 14. Ruddick, after a hard-fought 4-2 loss to eventual runner-up Chance Ravish of Wabash College on the championship side, rallied in the consolation bracket. Two pins, a medical forfeit and decision got him into the consolation final where he defeated Jeff Mucha of Wabash College with an overtime takedown for a 10-8 decision. His 5-1 record on the afternoon improved his season mark to 11-7. Ruddick was one of four Spartans to end in the top six. Fellow freshman Tristan Wilson (Fort Wayne, Ind.), wrestling at 165 pounds, took fifth, while sophomore 174-pounderDylan Lauffer (Fairfield, Ohio) and freshman 149-pounder Clayton Capes (North Vernon, Ind.) each ended sixth. MU totaled 60 points for a fifth-place team finish, as Wabash held off a strong bid from the host Comets to claim the team title (191 – 168). MU closes its 2014-15 dual campaign Thursday, Feb. 19, when Mt. St. Joseph University comes to North Manchester for a 7:30 p.m. start. NOTES: Lauffer concluded his appearance with a 3-3 record. His .500 day moved him to 25-16 on the season.
  8. Kult, Rodriguez, Jr., lead way at Wheaton Jan 31, 2015 WHEATON, ILL. – Amongst a loaded multi-divisional field featuring some of the nation's top NCAA Division III and II programs, Manchester University battled its way through the Wheaton College Pete Willson Invitational Friday, Jan. 30. The Spartans, despite not advancing any individuals to the final day of competition Saturday, Jan. 31, did have some positives to take away from King Arena. Junior heavyweight Dustin Kult (Lafayette, Ind.) won three of five matches, versus mostly ranked competition, while freshman 125-pounder Ruben Rodriguez, Jr. (Hammond, Ind.) wound up 2-2. Kult was up just one win from the placing section, while Rodriguez, Jr., ended two short. MU closed the tourney with eight and a half points, good for 28th place. National Wrestling Coaches Association Division III No. 1 UW-Whitewater held off No. 7-ranked Messiah College of Pennsylvania 173-134.5 for the team title. The Black and Gold return to tournament action Saturday, Feb. 14, traveling to Olivet College of Michigan for the Midstates Conference event. NOTES: Kult moved to 15-11, while Rodriguez, Jr.'s record went to 14-15 … Sophomore 174-pounder Dylan Lauffer (Fairfield, Ohio) and junior 141-pounder Josh Juarez (South Bend, Ind.) each picked up individual victories as well.
  9. Black and Gold pick up dual win Jan 23, 2015 ANGOLA, IND. – Four successive wins in the middle of the Manchester University line-up helped propel the Spartans past in-state rival Trine University Friday, Jan. 23. MU (1-7), trailing 13-3 after the Thunder's Cole Konieczki earned six team points with a fall at 149 pounds, took off on the dual-deciding run. The freshman tandem of 157-pounderAlex Arney (Fort Wayne, Ind.) and 165-pounder Tristan Wilson (Fort Wayne, Ind.) gained back-to-back decisions to trim the deficit to 13-9. Sophomore 174-pounder Dylan Lauffer(Fairfield, Ohio) made MU's biggest move by way of his 10th pin of the year in 1:10 for a 15-13 lead. Freshman 184-pounder Alex Roberts (Winslow, Ind.) followed with a forfeit to give the Spartans a 21-13 advantage. Trine (2-8) tried to rally back. Junior 197-pounder Michael Conner held off sophomore Brian Clark (Milford, Ind.) 6-0 to close the gap to 21-16, but Manchester University junior heavyweight Dustin Kult (Lafayette, Ind.) gave National Wrestling Coaches Association Division III No. 2-ranked Mack Green all he could handle, falling only 2-0 to ensure the 21-19 dual victory. The Black and Gold return to action Friday and Saturday, Jan. 30 and 31, by competing in Wheaton College of Illinois' Pete Willson Invitational. NOTES: Freshman 125-pounder Ruben Rodriguez, Jr., (Hammond, Ind.) moved just one win short of .500 (12-13) by opening the dual with a 9-4 decision over David Moore … Arney became the fifth Spartans' wrestler to join the double-figure win club (10-13) … MU has won two of the series' last three meetings. Manchester 21, Trine 19 125- Ruben Rodriguez (MAN) def. David Moore, Dec. 9-4 133- Brandon Preston (TRINE) def. Chase Wilson, Maj. 12-4 141- Jeffrey Helm (TRINE) def. Josh Juarez, Dec. 2-0 149- Cody Konieczki (TRINE) def. Paul Mikesell, Fall 4:12 157- Alex Arney (MAN) def. Adam Bole, Dec. 10-6 165- Tristan Wilson (MAN) def. Kevin Groves, Dec. 6-5 174- Dylan Lauffer (MAN) def. Jaycee Jensen, Fall 1:10 184- Alex Roberts (MAN) won by forfeit 197- Michael Conner (TRINE) def. Brian Clark, Dec. 6-0 285- Mack Green (TRINE) def. Dustin Kult, Dec. 2-0 Exhibition 149- Tylor Willms (TRINE) def. Clayton Capes, Maj. 10-2 285- Tyler Prater (TRINE) def. Nick Joyner, Dec. 5-4
  10. Two-dual week begins tonight Jan 20, 2015 Manchester University opens a two-dual schedule this week when they host National Wrestling Coaches Association No. 23-ranked Olivet College of Michigan Tuesday, Jan. 20. Dual specifics: Matches get underway at 7:30 p.m. inside Stauffer-Wolfe Arena … Live audio and video is accessible via links at www.muspartans.com, the Internet home of Manchester University athletics. Spartan Shorts: Coach Matt Burlingame and his staff announced the following as their probable line-up for tonight - 125 - Ruben Rodriguez, Jr, fr., Hammond, Ind. 10-13; 133 -Chase Wilson, fr., Peru, Ind. 12-14; 141- Josh Juarez, jr., South Bend, Ind. 8-7; 149 - Clayton Capes, fr., North Vernon, Ind. 2-19; 157 - Alex Arney, fr., Fort Wayne, Ind. 9-13; 165 - Tristan Wilson, fr., Fort Wayne, Ind. 2-9; 174 - Dylan Lauffer, so., Fairfield, Ohio 21-12; 184 - Alex Roberts, fr., Winslow, Ind. 6-11; 197 - Brian Clark, so., Milford, Ind. 1-6; 285 - Dustin Kult, jr. West Lafayette, Ind. 11-7 … MU brings an 0-6 record into the clash with Olivet. They've been close to reversing that record on two occasions, falling by 10-points-or-less to the University of Chicago and St. John's University of Minnesota … The Black and Gold is coming off a seventh-place finish at Elmhurst College's Al Hanke Invitational Jan. 17. Lauffer, the team leader in wins, falls and winning percentage and winner of nine of his last 10 matches, led the way individually placing third, while the duo of Roberts and Chase Wilson also wound up in the top six. Trine Trip: MU continues their dual schedule Friday, Jan. 23, as they face off against in-state non-conference rival Trine University in Angola, Ind.
  11. Three top sixes guide Spartans Jan 17, 2015 ELMHURST, ILL. – Sophomore 174-pounder Dylan Lauffer (Fairfield, Ohio) led a strong underclassman effort for Manchester University at the 2015 Elmhurst College Al Hanke Invitational Saturday, Jan. 17. Lauffer, moving over the 20-win mark, went 4-1 on the day inside EC's R.A. Fanagel Hall. Entering the tourney as the second seed, he rolled into the semifinals with a 25-second fall, his ninth pin of the year, and a major decision before the University of Chicago's Nicholas Ferraro held him off 3-1. Lauffer rebounded on the consolation side for a decision and major decision to earn the consolation championship. The freshman duo of 184-pounder Alex Roberts (Winslow, Ind.) and 133-pounder Chase Wilson (Peru, Ind.) also ended up in the top six. Roberts battled his way through the wrestlebacks, after an early loss, to get two pins and reach the consolation semifinals before winding up fifth. Wilson opened his day with back-to-back victories on the championship side, reaching the semifinals before eventual champion Brandon Preston of Trine University sent him to the consolation portion of the draw. The Peru native closed the tourney in sixth place. MU's 41-point team total, good for seventh in a strong 11-team field, could have been even more. Junior heavyweight Dustin Kult (Lafayette, Ind.), competing amongst a loaded bracket as a fifth seed, just missed placing after compiling a 3-2 record. Freshman 165-pounder Matt Ruddick (Seymour, Ind.) was also only a match shy of the consolation semifinals, going 2-2 on the day. The Spartans turn their attention to dual competition Tuesday, Jan. 20. Olivet College of Michigan comes to North Manchester for a 7:30 p.m. start.
  12. Black and Gold capture SMC title Jan 10, 2015 NORTH MANCHESTER, IND. – Paced by four individual weight class champions, Manchester University gave the home crowd at the 2015 Spartan Mat Classic plenty to cheer about Saturday, Jan. 10. Freshman 125-pounder Ruben Rodriguez, Jr., (Hammond, Ind.) and junior 141-pounderJosh Juarez (South Bend, Ind.) rolled through their round-robins with unblemished marks. Sophomore 174-pounder Dylan Lauffer (Fairfield, Ohio) and junior heavyweight Dustin Kult (Lafayette, Ind.) each worked their way through traditional brackets for championships. The Spartans posted 131 points, besting the five team field competing inside Stauffer-Wolfe Arena by 43.5 points. Wabash College placed second (87.5 points), and Ohio Northern University was close behind in third (72 points). Lauffer, en route to Outstanding Wrestler honors, picked up his team-leading eighth fall in the semifinals after registering a 7-0 shutout in the first round. In the championship, against Heidelberg College of Ohio's Patrick Brown, he led from the start, piling up 10 points as part of a 10-4 decision. The three wins moved his season record to 17-11. Kult, also capturing three victories, registered a major decision and fall to match up with Ohio Northern's Greg Biben in the final. After working to a 2-2 tie over the regulation seven minutes, Kult, improving to 8-5, brought the MU crowd to its feet with an overtime takedown on the edge of the mat for a 4-2 victory, marking his second invitational title of the season. Rodriguez, Jr., marching towards leveling his season record (8-9), pieced together a decision, fall and injury default, while Juarez, moving over .500 (8-7), reeled off a technical fall, major decision and decision. MU continues traditional tournament competition Saturday, Jan. 17. They travel to Elmhurst College of Illinois for the Al Hanke Invitational. NOTES: Freshmen Chase Wilson and Matt Ruddick just missed adding to the home squad's individual champion total. Wilson, a native of Peru, Ind., went 3-1 in the 133-pound robin, with a hard-fought 4-2 loss to Wabash's Jacob Cottey sending him to second. Ruddick, a native of Seymour, Ind., and the second seed at 165, roared into the finals with a fall and major decision before Heidelberg's Myles Wright caught him for a first period pin.
  13. Spartans narrowly miss dual victories Jan 03, 2015 CHICAGO, ILL. - The trio of freshmen 157-pounder Alex Arney (Fort Wayne, Ind.) and 133 pounder Chase Wilson (Peru, Ind.) and sophomore 174-pounder Dylan Lauffer (Fairfield, Ohio) each compiled two individual victories to lead Manchester University at the University of Chicago Duals Saturday, Jan. 3. Arney and Lauffer both earned a decision and fall, while Wilson gained two decisions. Their results nearly lifted the Spartans (0-6) to two team wins in three opportunities inside of UC's Ratner Athletics Center. MU led the host Maroons 21-14 going into 197 and St. John's University of Minnesota 18-15 with three weights remaining. UC picked up a decision and fall en route to a 23-21 final, while SJU turned in two falls and a decision to win 27-18. The Spartans opened the day with a 40-12 defeat at the hands of Harper Community College of Illinois. Manchester University resumes the 2014-15 season Saturday, Jan. 10, hosting the annual Spartan Classic. Action is set to begin at 9 a.m. inside Stauffer-Wolfe Arena. NOTE: Lauffer added to his squad leads in wins (14) and falls (seven) during the afternoon. Harper 40, Manchester 12 125 - Jake Bellis (HC) def. Ruben Rodriguez (MU), Fall (1st period) 133 - Duke Bogicovic (HC) def. Chase Wilson (MU), Fall (2nd period) 141 - Matt Conrad (HC) def. Josh Juarez (MU), Fall (2nd period) 149 - Nenif Keso (HC) def. Paul Mikesell (MU), Fall (2nd period) 157 - Alexander Arney (MU) def. Matt Kitsis (HC), 8-4 decision 165 - Steven Straka (HC) def. Tristan Wilson (MU), Fall (2nd period) 174 - David Perez (HC) def. Dylan Lauffer (MU), Fall (1st period) 184 - Chance Shae (HC) def. Alex Roberts (MU), 14-3 major decision 197 - Brian Clark (MU) def. Justin Benero (HC), Fall (2nd period) 285 - Dustin Kult (MU) def. Kameron Hardwick (HC), 5-0 decision UChicago 23, Manchester 21 125 - Devan Richter (UC) def. Ruben Rodriguez (MU), Fall (1st period) 133 - Chase Wilson (MU) def. Adam Wyeth (UC), 12-11 decision 141 - Josh Juarez (MU) def. Elliot Henderson (UC), 4-2 decision 149 - Paul Mikesell (MU) won via forfeit 157 - Alexander Arney (MU) def. Samuel Koenig (UC), Fall (2nd period) 165 - Paul Papoutsis (UC) def. Matthew Ruddick (MU), 18-2 technical fall (2nd period) 174 - Dylan Lauffer (MU) def. Nick Ferraro (UC), 1-0 decision 184 - Nicholas DiNapoli (UC) def. Alex Roberts (MU), 2-1 decision 197 - David Gremling (UC) def. Brian Clark (MU), Fall (1st period) 285 - Mario Palmisano (UC) def. Dustin Kult (MU), 3-2 decision St. John's (Minn.) 27, Manchester 18 125 - Ruben Rodriguez (MU) def. John Wells (STJ), 6-5 decision 133 - Chase Wilson (MU) def. Evan Guffey (STJ), 5-4 decision 141 - Ben Henle (STJ) def. Josh Juarez (MU), 7-5 decision 149 - Adam Sutlief (STJ) def. Paul Mikesell (MU), Fall (4:47) 157 - Brian McCann (STJ) def. Alexander Arney (MU), 3-2 decision 165 - Matthew Ruddick (MU) def. Ochirbat Bayanjargal (STJ), Fall (0:46) 174 - Dylan Lauffer (MU) def. Teddy Erickson (STJ), Fall (1:42) 184 - Nick Hoff (STJ) def. Alex Roberts (MU), Fall (1:51) 197 - Nick Pegelow (STJ) def. Brian Clark (MU), Fall (5:44) 285 - Colin Fisher (STJ) def. Dustin Kult (MU), 2-1 decision
  14. Black and Gold wraps up pre-winter break dual slate Dec 13, 2014 BLOOMINGTON, IND. – Manchester University tussled with a pair of upper division opponents during a tri-match at Indiana University Saturday, Dec. 13. The Spartans, dipping to 0-3 in dual action, dropped 47-6 and 46-3 finals to the NCAA Division I Hoosiers and Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville, respectively, inside University Gymnasium on IU's campus. MU's points were gathered by way of a forfeit victory for freshman 125-pounder Ruben Rodriguez, Jr. (Hammond, Ind.) against IU and freshman 165-pounder Matthew Ruddick (Seymour, Ind.) who took a 6-0 decision versus SIUE. The Black and Gold break from competition until Saturday, Jan. 3, when they join the field at the University of Chicago Duals. NOTES: Ruddick, according to head coach Matt Burlingame, showed plenty of potential during his first week of collegiate competition. Despite going 1-2, he led D3Wrestle.com top 20-ranked Colt Lovejoy of Ohio Northern 7-4 Dec. 11 before falling 11-9 and proved aggressive early on against IU's Taylor Walsh, ranked No. 3 on the Wrestling International News Division I individual poll for Dec. 8 before Walsh managed a fall … "Overall, although the final scores might not show it, I thought we competed better throughout the line-up Saturday than we did at ONU," Burlingame said. Indiana vs. Manchester December 13, 2014 WC Wrestler W/L score opponent team score (IU-Man) HWT Gavan Jolley-Little W dec 3-1 Dustin Kult 3-0 125 - L FF - Ruben Rodriguez 3-6 133 Chris Caton W fall 0:30 Chase Wilson 9-6 141 Sean Brown W TF 17-2 Clayton Capes 14-6 149 Trevor Moody W TF 15-0 Josh Juarez 19-6 157 Luke Blanton W fall 1:39 Bryce Roberts 25-6 165 Taylor Walsh W fall 1:01 Matthew Ruddick 31-6 174 Nate Jackson W MD 12-4 Dylan Lauffer 35-6 RT: 2:30 184 Jake Masengale W fall 4:46 Alex Roberts 41-6 197 Luke Sheridan W fall 1:43 Brian Clark 47-6 SIUE vs. Manchester December 13, 2014 WC SIUE score Manchester team score (SIUE-Man.) HWT Chris Johnson D, 7-2 Dustin Kult 3-0 125 Kenny Baldridge MD, 12-3 Ruben Rodriguez 7-0 RT: 3:33 133 Patrick Myers MD, 14-4 Chase Wilson 11-0 RT: 1:49 141 Angelo Silvestro TF, 16-1 Eric Dan 16-0 149 Karsten Van Velsor fall, 1:49 Clayton Capes 22-0 157 Erik Travers fall, 1:05 Bryce Roberts 28-0 165 Clayton Bass D, 6-0 Matthew Ruddick 28-3 RT: 1:19 174 Jake Residori fall, 1:49 Dylan Lauffer 34-3 184 Derek Nagel fall, 1:36 Alex Roberts 40-3 197 Matt McCliments fall, 4:18 Brian Clark 46-3 underline denotes winner
  15. Black and Gold dual campaign begins Dec 11, 2014 ADA, OHIO – While the final score of a non-conference dual against National Wrestling Coaches Association Division III No. 19-ranked Ohio Northern University read 45-0 against Manchester University Thursday, Dec. 11, Spartans' head coach Matt Burlingame came away with plenty of positives for the future. The Black and Gold narrowly missed avoiding the shutout at several turns. The freshman combination of Ruben Rodriguez, Jr. (Hammond, Ind.), at 125, and Chase Wilson (Peru, Ind.) dropped 4-1 and 4-0 decisions, respectively. Freshman 165-pounder Matthew Ruddick (Seymour, Ind.) gave the Polar Bears' Colt Lovejoy, ranked No. 16 by D3Wrestle.com, all he could handle for seven minutes, holding a 7-4 lead at one point before Lovejoy rallied in the third period to win 11-9. Sophomore 184-pounder Brian Clark (Milford, Ind.) put up five points in a season-opening 11-5 defeat, and junior heavyweightDustin Kult (West Lafayette, Ind.), facing off against second-ranked Cody Lovejoy, battled in a 5-0 loss. "It was a rough night but, with five starters out of the lineup, we're not going to be at our best," Burlingame admitted. "Beyond that, I think Ruben and Chase had winnable matches and came up short. Ruddick, in his collegiate debut, wrestled extremely well against a nationally-ranked opponent but couldn't hang on for the win. I felt Kult had a strong result against Lovejoy (ranked No. 2 nationally) despite only having been in practice the last two weeks." Manchester University continues dual competition Saturday, Dec. 13. They take on NCAA Division I Indiana University in a 12 p.m. start at University Gymnasium on IU's campus in Bloomington. Fans, friends and alumni can see the match via a link at www.muspartans.com, the Internet home of MU athletics. Ohio Northern 45, MU 0 125 – Brad Taton (ONU) dec. Ruben Rodriguez, Jr., 4-1 133 – Cole Cochran (ONU) dec. Chase Wilson, 4-0 141 – Dylan Dolph (ONU) won by fall over Clayton Capes, 2:05 149 – Evan Morgan (ONU) won by fall over Bryce Roberts, 1:30 157 – Steven Feucht (ONU) won by forfeit 165 – Colt Lovejoy (ONU) dec. Matthew Ruddick, 11-9 174 – Tyler Gargano (ONU) won by forfeit 184 – Alex Bair (ONU) won by forfeit 197 – Dillon Brancheau (ONU) dec. Brian Clark, 11-5 HWT – Cody Lovejoy (ONU) dec. Dustin Kult 5-0 Exhibition matches HWT – Greg Biben (ONU) won by fall over Nick Joyner, 4:30 HWT – Evan Hickey (ONU) won by fall over Jon Brann, 1:19
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