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University of Colorado - Boulder Team Press Releases

CU Wins SWC Open

02/05/2007 -
CU traveled to Arlington, TX this weekend and came away with a team championship in the 9 team SW Conference Open Tournament. The meet featured many of the squads that CU will face in the Conference Championships in February. Kansas State came in second place behind CU, followed by host UT-Arlington in third.

The tournament featured 3 wrestlers from DI Oklahoma, 2 of which are highly ranked and will compete in the NWCA All-Star Duel on November 20th. 3 wrestlers from CU matched up against the OU wrestlers, including Sergio Castillo, who competed in his first wrestling match ever this weekend.

5 CU grapplers placed in the top 4 of the tournament: Jesse Kim (125), Zach Schiffer (141), Justin Knag (149), Jim Marek (157), and Kirby Beegles (165).

Jesse Kim placed 3rd in a weight class that included the No. 1 ranked 125 pound wrestler in Division 1. Zach Schiffer was bumped up to the 141 lb. weight class after being the only wrestler to weigh in at 133. He fared well against heavier competition by finishing in 2nd place. Justin Knag made it to the finals before taking on the No. 2 149 pounder in Division 1. He finished with a second place medal. Jim Marek built on his success from last weekend by winning the 157 pound weight class. Kirby Beegles took 4th at 165.

Also competing at the meet were Sergio Castillo (125), Jen Brouillette (125), Brett Mehlman (165), and Malcolm Lamprecht (174). Malcolm was injured during his second match and was unable to compete for the remainder of the tournament.

The next time CU competes will be on Friday, December 8th in Fort Collins against Colorado State. Exact time and location for the meet has not been determined yet, but will be announced on our web site within the next few weeks.

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CU Wins SWC Open

02/05/2007
CU traveled to Arlington, TX this weekend and came away with a team championship in the 9 team SW Conference Open Tournament. The meet featured many of the squads that CU will face in the Conference Championships in February. Kansas State came in second place behind CU, followed by host UT....

CU Loses to CSU in Interstate Matchup

01/26/2007
CSU continued to dominate club wrestling in Colorado with a 42-9 victory over the Univ. of Colorado on Tuesday night. CU was hindered by 3 forfeits which accounted for 18 of CSU's points, but was only able to come away with 2 victories out of the 8 matches. At 125, CU's Jesse Kim kept ....

CU To Host SWC Championships

02/23/2007
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CU Plagued by Forfeits in Close Loss Against CSU

11/15/2010
The Colorado Buffaloes Wrestling team lost a hard fought battle last Wednesday against a talented CSU team where they gave up 18 points in forfeits. The duel, held in Fort Collins, was an exciting night of pins and close matches. It was CUs forfeits at three weight classes, however, that ....

TWO CU WRESTLERS QUALIFY FOR NATIONALS

03/06/2011
ARLINGTON, Texas The University of Colorado wrestling team qualified two wrestlers for nationals last weekend at the Southwest Regional Conference Championships. The Buffs took three wrestlers to Texas, John Combs and Casey Myers, both at 157 pounds, and club president Adrin Linan at....