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.
The Michigan wrestling team prevailed over Northwestern, 38-10, as the Wolverines racked up two pins and four technical falls.
Coming off a 31-7 loss to third-ranked Iowa, the Michigan wrestling team bounced back Friday with a convincing 25-16 win over the Terrapins.
After suffering a forfeit to begin the meet, the Michigan wrestling team couldn't recover to defeat No. 6 Nebraska.
Redshirt freshman Logan Massa recorded his 17th consecutive win with a 20-5 technical fall over Maryland’s Josh Ulgade.
The Wolverines lost too many matches that could have easily gone the other way, and Iowa capitalized on Michigan’s weak moments.
Amine's victory against Iowa's Alex Meyer was a rare bright spot in an otherwise ugly meet against the Hawkeyes.
Though the Wolverines lost the dual meet against No. 18 Minnesota to start off the Big Ten campaign, Massa was able to lead by example with his decisive win over his opponent.
The Michigan wrestling team lost its Big Ten opener to Minnesota by a tight 22-18 margin.
Massa became the fourth Michigan wrestler to win an individual title at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational, and the first to do so since 2007.