Seniors 157-pounder Chase Saldate and 165-pounder Caleb Fish each picked up victories as Michigan State falls in the B1G season finale to No. 6-ranked Ohio State on Friday night inside Jenison Field House, 38-7. The Spartans concluded the Big Ten season with a 2-6 record and dropped to 9-6 overall.
Michigan State wrestling (9-5, 2-5 B1G) looks to close out the Big Ten season as it hosts No. 6-ranked Ohio State (14-2, 6-1 B1G) on Friday, Feb. 16. Seven of the Spartans’ last eight opponents have been nationally ranked. The dual will be broadcast live on the Big Ten Network.
concluded its road dual season at Maryland on Sunday afternoon inside Xfinity Center Pavilion, falling 28-15. With a loss, the Spartans drop to 9-5 overall and 2-5 in the B1G. The Terps improved to 4-6 overall and 2-5 in the B1G.
With the regular season winding down, the No. 28-ranked Michigan State wrestling team travels on the road to College Park, Maryland, for its final road dual of the season. The Spartans take on Maryland (3-6, 1-5 B1G) inside Xfinity Center Pavilion on Sunday, Feb. 11 at 1 p.m.
Michigan State wrestling pounced to an early 18-0 lead through four matches against No. 28-ranked Indiana on Sunday afternoon, but a Hoosier surge sparked a comeback as the Spartans were defeated 23-18 at Wilkinson Hall.
Michigan State wrestling won seven matches, including three with bonus points, on Friday night to down No. 26 Illinois for the first time since 2011, 29-10, inside the State Farm Center. It’s MSU’s second-straight victory over a ranked opponent after defeating then No. 17-ranked Wisconsin last Friday night.The Spartans improve to 9-3 overall and 2-3 in B1G matches.
The newly ranked No. 25/30 Michigan State wrestling team hits the road for a B1G weekend slate as it takes on No. 26-ranked Illinois on Friday, Feb. 2 at 8 p.m. ET before traveling to No. 28-ranked Indiana on Sunday, Feb. 4 at 12 p.m. Friday’s dual will stream on B1G+, while Sunday’s match will be broadcast live on Big Ten Network. For the Spartans, this is their first dual outside the state of Michigan since facing Clarion on Dec. 16.
The Michigan State wrestling team welcomed No. 17-ranked Wisconsin to Jenison Field House on Friday evening to cap off its three-match homestand. On a night led by three bonus point victories, MSU took five matches to upset the Badgers, 22-15.
The Michigan State wrestling team plays host to No. 17-ranked Wisconsin on Friday, Jan. 26. at 7 p.m. inside Jenison Field House. The dual will be streamed on Big Ten Plus. The Spartans will conclude their three-match homestand on Friday night. It will be the fourth-straight match against a top-20 opponent. Since opening the new year, MSU hasn’t done much traveling with five home duals and a short road trip to neighboring Michigan.
The Michigan State wrestling team welcomed the two-time defending National Champion and top ranked Penn State Nittany Lions to Jenison Field House on Sunday afternoon, falling 35-0 in facing its third-straight ranked opponent.
The Michigan State wrestling team took four matches as it battled to the wire against No. 13-ranked Rutgers but was unable to pull off the upset to ultimately fall short, 22-13. With a loss, the Spartans record drops to 7-2 overall with an 0-2 record in the Big Ten.
The Michigan State wrestling team is back in Jenison Field House this weekend with a pair of Big Ten matchups as they host No. 14-ranked Rutgers on Friday, Jan. 19 at 6:30 p.m., and defending 2022-23 National Champions, No. 1-ranked Penn State on Sunday, Jan. 21 at 1 p.m.
The Michigan State wrestling team kicked off the Big Ten season by taking three matches against in-state rival No. 13 Michigan inside the Crisler Center Arena on Sunday afternoon, falling 29-12. The loss pushes Michigan State’s record to 7-1 overall and 0-1 in Big Ten action
Michigan State enters the week with a 7-0 record for the third time in program history, as it travels to Ann Arbor to take on No. 13 Michigan for its first B1G dual this season on Sunday, Jan. 14 at 1 p.m. at the Crisler Center. The dual will be streamed on B1G+.
The Michigan State wrestling team had a quick turnaround from Friday’s victory as they defeated Ohio University, 30-11, in a back-and-forth battle Saturday evening inside Jenison Field House.
Michigan State wrestling are the winners of six-straight duals, with four Spartans earning bonus point victories on Friday night en route to a 28-12 win over American in the home opener inside Jenison Field House. The Spartans improve their record to 6-0 while the Eagles drop to 4-5.
Michigan State wrestling opens the first weekend of the new year with a pair of special dual matches as they host American University on Jan. 5 at 6:30 p.m. for Military Appreciation Night, then welcomes Ohio University on Saturday, Jan. 6 at 5 p.m. where former Spartan wrestlers will be recognized. The Spartans will be inside Jenison Field House for the first time since Nov. 11 when they hosted the Michigan State Open. Both duals are available for streaming via B1G+.
Michigan State wrestling is back in action following the holiday break as it travels to Hoffman Estates, Illinois, to partake in the classic Ken Kraft Midlands Championships. The two-day event will run from Dec. 29-30 and will stream on Big Ten Plus.
The Michigan State wrestling team traveled back to Clarion for the second time this season and battled back from an early 7-0 deficit, defeating Clarion University, 25-13 on Saturday night. MSU has opened the season with five straight wins and sits at a perfect 5-0,
Michigan State wrestling traveled to western New York for a dual with the University at Buffalo on Thursday night, coming away victorious, 26-9. Dubbed the Mayhem at the Mainstage, MSU and Buffalo competed at the Buffalo Center for the Arts. With a win on Thursday, MSU improves its record to 4-0 for the third-straight year, while Buffalo drops to 6-6.