Wrestling on Track for Successful Season

For those not familiar with the sport of wrestling, the combination of individual results as well as team results dictate the overall outcome of the match. Different than most sports, if a wrestler does not win his individual match, the team’s entire score is impacted. This year, the Oredigger team has faced some tough opponents…

Wrestling wraps up season

The Mines wrestling squad took to the mat this weekend in their final team competition of the season in the RMAC championships. The two-day event also coincided with the NCAA West Regional Championships, in which several Orediggers competed for individual honors.

Wrestling Home opener versus New Mexico Highlands

The Colorado School of Mines wrestling team squared off against New Mexico Highlands on Friday in their home opener and lost 34-12. Mines gained three victories in the contest from Jacob Gerken (forfeit), Paul Wilson and Luis Gurule (decision). It was Gurule’s tenth victory of the season giving him a record of 10-2 on the season and Wilson’s ninth victory (9-3).


Mines Wrestling narrowly loses to CSU-Pueblo

The Colorado School of Mines mens wrestling team squared off against CSU-Pueblo in Lockridge Arena Friday night, for what proved to be a thrilling dual meet.

The dual started at the 174 pound weight class with Mines’ Chance Davis narrowly losing to Ray Hall of CSUP by a 3-2 decision. Ryan Swanson then tied the dual up at 3 points apiece with his 8-3 defeat of Joseph Giron in the 184 pound division. Mines lost the next three bouts of the night at 194, Heavyweight, and 125 pounds by scores of 8-3, 2-1, and 6-2, as CSU Pueblo took the 12-3 advantage halfway through the match.

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