Wrestling

Senior heavyweight Adam Coon pinned his opponent in 40 seconds on Friday night.

In the first matchup on Friday night, Adam Coon pinned his Wisconsin opponent, Ben Stone, within 40 seconds.

Domenic Abounader fell to top-ranked Bo Nickal in the 184-pound division.

Michigan couldn't get past Penn State's murderer's row of five reigning national champions.

Redshirt junior Alec Pantaleo fell just short of beating his opponent, and Michigan fell short of beating Penn State.

The Wolverines’ three wins of the meet came from freshman Drew Mattin at 125 pounds, redshirt sophomore Stevan Micic at 133 pounds and fifth-year senior Adam Coon at heavyweight.

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This Friday, the Michigan wrestling team will seek to dethrone one of the greatest programs in collegiate wrestling and the nation’s top-ranked team: Penn State (5-0 Overall, 1-0 Big Ten).

Fifth-year senior heavyweight Adam Coon topped his opponent with a takedown and decisive fall.

With that result, No. 9 Michigan had completed a shutout of Oregon State, 48-0, in the third annual Joe Wells Classic.

Michigan coach Joe McFarland was impressed by fifth-year senior Kevin Beazley's effort in Michigan's victory this weekend.

Michigan looked dominant from start to finish as the Wolverines shut out the Beavers, 48-0.

Redshirt junior Alec Pantaleo captured the title in the 157-pound weight class this weekend.

Despite the strong competition, Michigan’s nine entries performed well enough to finish second in the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational.

Fifth-year senior Adam Coon used a pair of third-set takedowns to defeat No. 13 Jordan Wood.

The Wolverines conceded their first five matches of the day, which put them in an early 18-0 hole in the team score.

Redshirt sophomore Sal Profaci helped Michigan clinch a narrow victory over Arizona State

Michigan claimed six of the 10 matches with two of its losses being forfeits, ultimately defeating No. 6 Arizona State, 21-18.

Before his coaching career, Mike Rodriguez was a three-time Big Ten champion and two-time NCAA finalist.

Rodriguez graduated as one of the most decorated Michigan wrestlers in history. He even went on to place fifth at the World Championships in Japan. After that? He went home.