After a storied Michigan career, Adam Coon weighs his future options.
After four seasons as a wrestler and 19 as the head wrestling coach at Michigan, Joe McFarland is calling it a career and saying goodbye to one of the only places he’s called home in his adult life.
Michigan coach Joe McFarland retired after his team finished fourth in the NCAA Championships.
No. 2 Adam Coon and No. 1 Kyle Snyder went to war Sunday night.
Though the Wolverines took some key matchups, they ultimately fell to Ohio State.
At times, it looked like a training exercise.
To the delight of the crowd in Cliff Keen Arena, nine out of 10 matches ended with Michigan wrestler’s hands in the air — and all but one of those victories was decisive.
When word came that two-time team captain and All-American heavyweight Adam Coon was returning for his final year of eligibility following an injury-riddled season, Joe McFarland knew it would be a huge bonus for his team both on and off the mat.
The Daily assesses the wrestling team and reflected over the major takeaways from the meet.
Michigan secured a win over No. 15 Nebraska by winning matches in seven weight classes.
Michigan got a big upset over No. 4 Iowa on Saturday.