Wrestling

Three freshmen had truly standout performances — Logan Massa took third overall, and Myles Amine and Stevan Micic both took fourth in their respective weight classes.

Redshirt freshman Logan Massa dominates in a match against Lehigh's Mitch Minotti on January 29.

A season that started with the Michigan wrestling team redshirting three of its best athletes began its championship swing this weekend.

Freshman Stevan Micic kept things close for Michigan, but the Wolverines ultimately fell short against NC State.

The final match was very close for redshirt sophomore Zac Hall, and was ultimately decided on riding time in favor of NC State, pushing the final score to 23-15 in favor of the Wolfpack.

Redshirt freshman Logan Massa managed a 9-7 victory over the third-ranked wrestler in the nation.

Redshirt freshman Logan Massa’s performance was not enough, as No. 14 Michigan (4-5 Big Ten, 8-6 overall) fell to No. 18 Wisconsin.

Redshirt junior Ernest Battaglia won his first start since defaulting out of a match against Illinois on Jan. 20.

The Michigan wrestling team (4-4 Big Ten, 8-5 overall) topped Michigan State on Sunday with the help of redshirt freshmen Logan Massa and Myles Amine and senior Brian Murphy.

Senior Brian Murphy notched an overtime win over No. 7 Collin Heffernan in the 157-pound weight class.

Falling in line with predictions of a close matchup, the Chippewas narrowly edged out the Wolverines, 19-18.

Redshirt sophomore Malik Amine notched a takedown with eight seconds left in his match against Lehigh on Sunday.

Combining clutch late-match points with signature hard-nose wrestling, the 14th-ranked Wolverines dominated No. 10 Lehigh on Senior Day.

Senior Brian Murphy's pin capped a run of four consecutive match wins for the Wolverines on Sunday.

Michigan senior wrestling captain Brian Murphy recorded his first pin of the season against No. 10 Lehigh during his final home meet on Senior Day.

Redshirt freshman Sal Profaci was one of just two Wolverines who won their individual matchup against Illinois.

The Wolverines’ 34-6 defeat at the hands of the 12th-ranked Fighting Illini matched Michigan’s worst dual meet loss since the 2009-2010 season.

Redshirt freshman Jackson Striggow prevailed in his highly-contested match by scoring points early.

The Michigan wrestling team prevailed over Northwestern, 38-10, as the Wolverines racked up two pins and four technical falls.

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