Wrestling

Michigan defeated Ohio State behind Will Lewan's closing victory.

Wrestling walked off with a win in a tense matchup against arch-rival Ohio State.

Keen led his teams to 12 Big Ten Championships.

A look at the life and legacy of the legendary Michigan wrestling coach.

Freshman Jaden Bullock made his debut for the Wolverines on Saturday.

The No. 2 Michigan wrestling team (3-0 overall, 3-0 Big Ten) coasted to its third consecutive win on Sunday, defeating Indiana (0-2, 0-2), 32-6.

Drew Mattin was the only Michigan wrestler with a pin in its resounding win over Maryland.

The No. 3 Michigan wrestling team (2-0 overall, 2-0 Big Ten) capped a perfect opening weekend on Sunday by dominating Maryland (0-1, 0-1), 38-3. The Wolverines won their first two duals by a combined score of 64-13.

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The No. 3 Michigan wrestling team (1-0 overall, 1-0 Big Ten) opened up its season today with a convincing victory over No. 15 Rutgers (0-1 overall, 0-1 Big Ten), 26-10.

Mason Parris had gotten better on the mat each year, and Michigan wrestling is counting on him to continue that trend in his junior campaign.

Exactly 10 months since its last official competition, the No. 2 Michigan wrestling team returns to the mat on Friday, Jan. 8 for a dual meet on the road against Rutgers.

Josh Churela is adding another chapter to his family's storied history at Michigan.

The Churella family carries a rich history at Michigan, and assistant wrestling coach Josh Churella continues to expand that storied legacy.

Logan Massa might not have gotten to compete during the pandemic, but that hasn't stopped him from his goals.

When COVID-19 hit, Massa’s goal was put on hold, but he didn’t remain idle during the break. Even while being locked down at home, he did track workouts and lifted weights in his basement, anything he could to be ready when the time came to compete again.

To the Mattis brothers, everyone on the Michigan wrestling team feels like family.

In sports, your team is a family. 

Joining his father, uncle, cousins and brother, Cameron Amine will start this year as a redshirt freshman for the Michigan wrestling team after redshirting his freshman year as a Wolverine.

Now in his sophomore year, Amine is ready to take on more of a vocal and active role within the team. He’s always been extremely competitive since a young kid with his brothers and cousins, and now he’s ready to show it against tougher opponents. He wants to display to his teammates, and the rest of the conference, all of the work he put in during the offseason.