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  1. Little Giants Capture Regional Title; Send Six to Nationals Story Links RESULTS The Wabash wrestling team embodied the spirit of the College's "Wabash Always Fights" motto at the NCAA Division III Midwest Wrestling Regional Saturday, overcoming some difficult losses early in the day to claim the team title and qualify six individuals for the national championship meet. The team title is the fifth regional title in school history. The others came in 1981, 1982, 1983, and 2005. Qualifying for the NCAA Championships were Devin Broukal (133), Michael Venezia (141), Nick Bova (157), Con
  2. Here is a link to a video that will help pump you up for Wabash's Midwest Regional.
  3. Competing Wabash wrestlers from Indiana: Devin Broukal - 133 and Ethan Farmer - 174 (Bloomington South) Mike Venezia - 141 (Cathedral) Nick Bova - 157 (Perry Meridian) Connor Brummett - 165 (Dekalb) Riley Lefever - 184 (Fort Wayne Carroll)
  4. This upcoming Saturday, February 27 Wabash College will be hosting D3 NCAA Midwest Regionals. The top 3 wrestlers in each weight class qualify for the NCAA National Tournament on March 11th and 12th. It is a loaded field with 6 of the top 25 teams in the nation represented. There are a total of 55 individually ranked wrestlers fighting for 30 qualifying spots. It will be an action packed day so don't miss out on it! Wrestling starts at 9:00am in Wabash College's Knowling Fieldhouse (Ranking) 15 Team Field: #17 Alma (MI) Adrian (MI) Chicago Elmhurst Manchester Mount St. Joseph (OH) Nort
  5. Little Giants Claim Runner-Up Honors at NWCA Duals Story Links ROUND-BY-ROUND RESULTS The Wabash wrestling team captured its best finish in school history at the National Wrestling Coaches Association National Duals, placing second overall. The Little Giants earned a spots in the championship match after scoring a 25-12 win over Concordia-Moorhead before facing five-time Duals champion Wartburg in the finals. The top-ranked Warhawks claimed their sixth straight title with a 28-12 result. "I can't say enough about how the guys competed today," Wabash head coach Brian Anderson said. "T
  6. Takedown Tuesday 12-8-15
  7. Takedown Tuesday 12-8-15 At Wabash, we're stronger than you, and we know it! Click here to view the video
  8. Takedown Tuesday 11-3-15
  9. Takedown Tuesday 11-3-15 In this week's Takedown Tuesday, we sit down with some of the coaching staff to talk about the upcoming Red/White dual. They also talk about how the season has went so far. Click here to view the video
  10. Takedown Tuesday 10-6-15
  11. Takedown Tuesday 10-6-15 This Takedown Tuesday features parent interviews at the homecoming tailgate. Click here to view the video
  12. Takedown Tuesday 9-29-15
  13. Takedown Tuesday 9-29-15 Wabash Wrestling's weekly Takedown Tuesday. This week features our new assistant coach, Ridge Kiley. Click here to view the video
  14. Takedown Tuesday 9-22-15
  15. Takedown Tuesday 9-22-15 Wabash Wrestling's weekly Takedown Tuesday. This week, our guys tell us what kind of internships and jobs they had over the summer. Click here to view the video
  16. Takedown Tuesday 9-15-15
  17. Takedown Tuesday 9-15-15 Wabash Wrestling's weekly Takedown Tuesday Click here to view the video
  18. I liked the shirt and tie with shorts I saw at the FWSS. ;D
  19. Mike Poppe has been tearing it up in the Roadrunner wrestling room this week. He has been wrestling with all american brad sadilik. Those heavyweights better watch out!
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