On Sunday, first-year Michigan coach Sean Bormet didn’t just get his first win of his fledgling career, he did it with style. With three of his wrestlers pinning their opponents and two securing major decision wins, the Wolverines flexed their fifth-ranked muscles over Central Michigan, winning 32-12.
Myles Amine emerged from the tunnel and was met with a reception fit for the final bout at the NCAA Championships. The redshirt junior trotted out to the mat elevated by the cheers of the raucous crowd and the spirit of the event.
Incoming freshman heavyweight Mason Parris is looking to make an immediate impact for Michigan after the departure of legend Adam Coon. Parris looks to continue his dominance from his high school career into collegiate wrestling and prove he is still at the top of the game — even at the next level.
On Monday July 23, the Michigan wrestling team added former Eastern Michigan head coach David Bolyard to its coaching staff. The move caps off a new era for the wrestling program after the departure of former head coach Joe McFarland after 19 years at the helm.