This is not a comeback story.
This true freshman has a chance to become wrestling’s top dog.
“No one knows about us, but we’re starting to find our moves. Big points at the right time going into Pac-12’s.”
Big Ten powerhouse Purdue downed the Mustangs 30-9.
The first-ever wrestling match held outdoors at Cal Poly ended in a tightly contested 22-12 loss to Pac-12 dual opponent Oregon State.
Cal Poly’s first ever outdoor wrestling meet will take place on Thursday at 3 p.m. when the Mustangs host No. 24 Oregon State in the University Union plaza.
In 2011, wrestling coach Brendan Buckley received a phone call from Cal Poly’s Athletics Director, Don Oberhelman.
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Boris Novachkov remembers his 3-2 loss in the national finals last year vividly; a dual meet against Arizona State in January wasn’t going to stop him from planning to avenge […]
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