No. 22 Michigan State wrestling secured its first Big Ten dual victory in dominant fashion on Friday night, as the Spartans dismantled the Maryland Terrapins by a 37-9 margin inside Jenison Field House.
No. 22 Michigan State wrestling returns to Jenison Field House for its first home contest in 14 days, as the Spartans play host to the Maryland Terrapins in a 6:30 p.m. start on Friday, Jan. 27. MSU then hits the road for its fourth road trip in five duals, as the Green & White take the mat against No. 6 Ohio State inside the Covelli Center on Sunday, Jan. 29, with first whistle tabbed for 1 p.m. Both duals are available for streaming via B1G+.
Five Spartans earned individual victories, including one major decision, but the No. 20 Michigan State wrestling team dropped a tightly contested 16-15 decision to the No. 24 Rutgers Scarlet Knights in dual action on Friday night inside Jersey Mike’s Arena.
Michigan State wrestling concludes its first road trip in Big Ten Conference dual action this weekend, as the No. 20 Spartans face off against the No. 24 Rutgers Scarlet Knights inside Jersey Mike’s Arena on Friday, Jan. 20, with first whistle slated for 7 p.m. The Green & White then travel to grapple against the defending National Champion and top-ranked Penn State Nittany Lions on Sunday, Jan. 22, with matches slated to begin at 1 p.m. inside Rec Hall.
No. 23 Chase Saldate earned his second top-15 individually ranked win of the weekend, but No. 21 Michigan State wrestling yielded a 21-11 defeat at the hands of the 12th-ranked Minnesota Golden Gophers in dual action from Maturi Pavilion on Sunday night.
Michigan State wrestling gets set to open Big Ten dual action at home on Friday, Jan. 13, as the No. 21 Spartans host third-ranked Michigan inside Jenison Field House in a 6:30 p.m. first whistle. The Spartans then hit the road for the first leg of a three-dual trek on Sunday, Jan. 15, with the Green & White facing off against No. 12 Minnesota inside Maturi Pavilion at 8 p.m. on Big Ten Network.
No. 23 Michigan State wrestling opened 2023 in style Friday night, as the Spartans came away with their seventh-straight win following a 28-9 dual victory over the Bucknell Bison inside Jenison Field House. MSU honored multiple generations of Spartan Wrestling alumni at the intermission of Friday night’s contest.
No. 23 Michigan State wrestling returns to the friendly confines of Jenison Field House for the first time since November, as the Spartans get set to host their home-opening dual against the Bucknell Bison on Friday, Jan. 6. First whistle is slated for 6 p.m.
Led by a trio of individual champions, No. 24 Michigan State wrestling took home its first tournament title of the 2022-23 season, as the Spartans tallied 161 points to earn the team championship at the Reno Tournament of Champions on Sunday at the Reno Events Center.
No. 24 Michigan State wrestling hits the road for the final time before the holiday break, as the Spartans travel to face a competitive field at the 2022 Reno Tournament of Champions on Sunday, Dec. 18, inside the Reno Events Center. Wrestling matches are slated to begin at 12:30 p.m. (ET) and run throughout the day.
No. 25 Michigan State wrestling opened the evening with a pair of major decisions and never looked back, as the Spartans won their sixth-straight dual by a 38-3 margin over the Brown Bears on Saturday evening inside the Pizzitola Sports Center.
Michigan State wrestling gets set for its final dual meet of the 2022 fall semester, as the Spartans face off against the EIWA challenger Brown Bears in a 7 p.m. start inside the Pizzitola Sports Center on Saturday, Dec. 10.
Michigan State wrestling redshirt senior and 16th-ranked Layne Malczewski published a pair of ranked victories at 184 pounds, and the Green & White defeated two challengers in dual competition on Sunday afternoon at the 2022 Garden State Grapple from Prudential Center.
Michigan State wrestling prepares to take part in one of the premier dual events of the 2022-23 campaign, as the Spartans head to the Garden State Grapple to challenge the Binghamton Bearcats and Princeton Tigers inside Prudential Center on Sunday, Dec. 4.
Following a historic performance the night before, the Michigan State wrestling team completed its dominant weekend in the Carolinas with a 46-3 victory over the Presbyterian Blue Hose on the campus of Summerville High School, logging a win in the main event at the 2022 Lowcountry Brawl.
Michigan State wrestling set multiple program records, including the most team points and largest margin of victory in school history on Friday, as the Spartans registered a 52-0 result over the Davidson Wildcats inside John M. Belk Arena.
Michigan State wrestling opens the 2022-23 dual slate on the road in the Carolinas this weekend, as the Spartans travel to face Davidson and Presbyterian. The Green & White open the season with a 6 p.m. meeting against the Davidson Wildcats from the Baker Sports Complex on Friday, Nov. 11. MSU follows that up with a 3:30 p.m. start against the Presbyterian Blue Hose on Saturday, Nov. 12, from McAlister Field House on the campus of The Citadel.
The Michigan State wrestling team opens its 119th competitive season on Saturday, Nov. 5, as the Spartans welcome a competitive field to Jenison Field House for the MSU Open. First whistle is slated for 9:30 a.m., with wrestling scheduled to run throughout the day.
Michigan State wrestling will appear twice on national television this season, with both duals set for broadcast via Big Ten Network. The Spartans open their road B1G schedule with a trip to No. 11 Minnesota on Sunday, Jan. 15 to take on the Golden Gophers at 8 p.m. (ET) from Maturi Pavilion. Later in the season, the Spartans will take on No. 24 Illinois at 2 p.m. (ET) on Sunday, Feb. 5 from Jenison Field House.