Wrestling

Adam Coon is one of three captains who have carried Michigan this season.

The 10th-ranked Wolverines have received great performances from their captains all season, and Friday’s dual meet against Illinois was no exception.

Max Huntley's pin helped Michigan outlast Illinois on Friday.

Michigan defeated No. 13 Illinois, 25-14, and erased a 14-8 deficit with four matches to go.

The No. 13 Michigan wrestling team upset No. 6 Ohio State on Saturday.

It was fifth-year senior Max Huntley, though, who clinched the meet for the Wolverines. He defeated Mark Martin, 8-3, in the 197-pound class, giving Michigan an insurmountable 18-11 edge and a signature road victory.

Brian Murphy pinned his opponent in the second period of his match as part of Michigan's 27-9 victory over Oregon State on Thursday.

The Michigan wrestling team was down, 6-0, before a come-from-behind victory over the Beavers (3-4).

Alec Pantaleo won a major decision over Oregon State's Joey Delgado on Thursday.

It's been a month since the Michigan wrestling team last used its starters in a match. Yet on Thursday, the Wolverines’ top group had no problem picking up right where it left off.

The Michigan wrestling team left its starters at home for the Southern Scuffle, but its young wrestlers gained valuable experience.

After the annual Southern Scuffle, the Wolverines and their coaches grew excited about their future thanks to some of the young wrestlers who made the trip.

Brian Murphy gave Michigan a boost in his return from injury.

After going without juniors Brian Murphy and Adam Coon at last weekend’s Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational, the Michigan wrestling team got a boost from having the two veterans back in the lineup for the Big Ten season opener Thursday against Michigan State.

Domenic Abounader recorded Michigan's only pin.

When the season began, the No. 10 Michigan wrestling team hoped it would be in the national title picture by this point in the year.

Domenic Abounader was one of four Michigan wrestlers who placed at the Cliff Keen Invitational.

Michigan placed four wrestlers during the event.

With Adam Coon out, Rossi Bruno will head Michigan's lineup at the Cliff Keen Invitational.

The Wolverines have joined top teams from around the country in Las Vegas since December 1983, when head coach Joe McFarland was a junior on the team.