Wrestling msuspartans.com —  Six Spartans automatically qualified for the NCAA Championships based on their performances at the Big Ten Championships last weekend at Purdue: junior Dan Osterman (149 pounds), senior Anthony Jones Jr. (157), senior David Cheza (165), senior Curran Jacobs (174), senior Ian Hinton (184) and junior Steve Andrus (heavyweight). Discuss »
Wrestling msuspartans.com —  Five Michigan State wrestlers have qualified for the NCAA Championships following their performances in the Big Ten Championships on Saturday at Mackey Arena on the campus of Purdue University. Anthony Jones Jr. (157 pounds), David Cheza (165), Curran Jacobs (174), Ian Hinton (184) and Steve Andrus (HWT) have all earned bids to nationals. Discuss »
Wrestling msuspartans.com —  Senior Anthony Jones Jr. qualified for his third career trip to the NCAA Championships with a 7-2 decision over Josh Demas of Ohio State at 157 pounds in session one on Saturday. Jones advanced to the semifinals and is guaranteed a spot in the NCAA Championships by placing in the top-six of his weight class at the Big Ten Championships. Discuss »
Wrestling msuspartans.com —  Adversity is something that everyone faces through the nuances of life - but not many are born into the situation that wrestling senior Anthony Jones Jr. was. His mother, Temeke Manica, and grandmother, Rosie Manica, raised Jones after his father, Anthony Jones Sr., was murdered before he was even born. Discuss »
Wrestling msuspartans.com —  The Michigan State wrestling team will head to West Lafayette, Ind., to compete in the 2012 Big Ten Championships this weekend (March 3-4) at Purdue University. The event will be held at Mackey Arena. Discuss »
Wrestling statenews.com —  On the surface, senior wrestlers Curran Jacobs and Anthony Jones Jr. couldn’t be more different. Discuss »
Wrestling msuspartans.com —  The Big Ten Conference has announced the preliminary seeds for the 2012 Big Ten Wrestling Championships, which are set for March 3-4 (Saturday-Sunday) on the campus of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind. Discuss »
Wrestling sportsradiointerviews.com —  “Suga” Rashad Evans joined WCNN in Atlanta with the Rude Awakening to talk about how he got involved in MMA, if fighters are friends with each other outside of the cage, what he looks at when preparing for a fight, if he is still friends with Jon “Bones” Jones, and how his knee is doing following the injury a little while back. Discuss »
Wrestling msuspartans.com —  The Michigan State wrestling team dropped its final dual of the season to No. 25 Central Michigan, 21-12, Thursday night at McGuirk Field House. MSU won four matches, picking up individual wins from Dan Osterman (149 pounds), Anthony Jones Jr. (157), Curran Jacobs (174) and Nick McDiarmid (197). Discuss »
Wrestling statenews.com —  As the MSU wrestling team heads into its final dual of the season — at No. 25 Central Michigan on Thursday — the Spartans hope to continue improving on the mat and end the regular season on a high note before the postseason begins. Discuss »
Wrestling msuspartans.com —  The Michigan State wrestling team travels to No. 25 Central Michigan for its last dual contest of the season on Thursday, Feb. 16. The Spartans will face a ranked opponent for the seventh consecutive dual match. Following the dual the Spartans will have two weeks to prepare for the Big Ten Championships in West Lafayette, Ind. Discuss »
Wrestling msuspartans.com —  The Michigan State wrestling team placed 10 individuals at the Edinboro Open on Saturday, including second-place finishes by Eric Olanowski (125 pounds), Ryan Watts (157) and Ian Hinton (184). Discuss »
Wrestling msuspartans.com —  No. 20 Edinboro defeated the Spartan wrestling team, 18-15, Friday night at McComb Field House. With the dual tied at 15, Edinboro's Ernest James recorded a takedown against Mike McClure at heavyweight with just 15 seconds remaining to secure the 3-1 win and the dual victory, 18-15. Discuss »
Wrestling statenews.com —  The Spartans (3-9 overall, 1-7 Big Ten) will travel to Edinboro, Penn., on Friday for a dual against No. 20 Edinboro followed by the Edinboro Open on Saturday, an all-day tournament where the Spartans will see a slew of competitors they typically would not see during a regular season. Discuss »
Wrestling msuspartans.com —  The Spartan wrestling team travels to face No. 20 Edinboro on Friday, Feb. 10 and will compete in the Edinboro Open on the following day. Michigan State wrapped up its conference schedule last weekend and faces a ranked opponent for the sixth consecutive week. Discuss »
Wrestling statenews.com —  When it came down to it, MSU wrestling’s 24-13 dual loss to No. 6 Ohio State wasn’t because the Spartans were unprepared, or overmatched, or even just having a bad day. Instead, the dual was lost all in about a three-minute time frame sparked by what head coach Tom Minkel called a “breakdown in discipline.” Discuss »
Wrestling msuspartans.com —  - The Michigan State wrestling team lost a hard-fought dual to No. 6 Ohio State, 24-13, on Senior Day at Jenison Field House Sunday afternoon. The Spartans won four matches in the dual and had the lead late with only two weight classes to go, but lost in the final matches. Seniors Anthony Jones Jr. (157) and Curran Jacobs (174) each recorded decisions for Michigan State. Discuss »
Wrestling msuspartans.com —  Michigan State welcomes another ranked opponent into Jenison Field House in No. 6 Ohio State on Sunday, Feb. 5 at 2 p.m. Six Spartans seniors will be recognized in their last home match at Michigan State for their contributions made to the program. Admission to the dual will be free in honor of Senior Day and Fan Appreciation Day. Discuss »
Wrestling statenews.com —  For six members of the MSU wrestling team, Sunday’s dual against No. 6 Ohio State will be the last time they step onto the mat at Jenison Field House. Discuss »
Wrestling statenews.com —  The MSU wrestling team’s Sunday afternoon dual at No. 11 Michigan left something to be desired, but the Spartans might have gotten more out of the trip than just a 26-9 rout at the hands of their in-state rival. Discuss »