Lake Erie headed up I-90 to take part in the Mercyhurst Duals and split the day with a win over East Stroudsburg before it fell to Mercyhurst in the nightcap. The Storm cruised by the Warriors 41-4 while the final against the Lakers read 29-12.
The largest NCAA Division II team wrestling tournament produced excellent results for No. 25 Lake Erie as the Storm finished seventh out of 39 team with 69 total points. Four wrestlers – Nick Boggs, Blake Glogouski, Forrest Glogouski, and Evan Loughman – all placed individually in their respective weight classes.
No. 25 Lake Erie had an exceptional first day of competition at the Midwest Classic hosted by UIndy this weekend. The Storm put four wrestlers into the semifinals and are in first place in the team standings out of 39 teams.
Tournament action picks back up on the mats this weekend as nationally ranked No. 25 Lake Erie heads to UIndy for the Midwest Classic. It’s the 40th year of the event and 39 teams will make the trek to the Indiana capital with 16 of the top 25 competing.
The annual Storm Open was hosted by No. 25 Lake Erie today as over 25 teams visited a capacity-filled Osborne Center with six mats of action. With hundreds of student-athletes competing, the Storm were able to place five between the 10 weight classes.
The No. 14 Lake Erie wrestling team wrapped another successful tournament with seven student-athletes finishing in top eight at the Findlay Open today. Nick Boggs was the highlight of the day as the senior won first in the 157-lbs. weight class. Three others placed fourth, one fifth, and two others in the top eight.
The No. 14 Lake Erie wrestling team took second place at the 2018 Mount Union Invitational at the Peterson Field House on Saturday. The Storm came away with 244.5 points and were bested only by Gannon with 279 points.
After a 3-0 weekend by both Lake Erie and Nick Boggs, he has been named the Great Midwest Athletic Conference’s first Athlete of the Week. The Concord, Ohio, native was a redshirt last season but debuted at No. 4 in the nation this year in the 157-lbs. weight class.
Nationally ranked No. 14 Lake Erie opened the season with three impressive wins over Otterbein, Cowley, and Lindsey Wilson at the Kent State Duals on Friday. The Storm cruised through all three duals by scores of 34-14, 35-3, and 29-11, respectively.
Lake Erie College Wrestling will host its wrestle-offs this Sunday at 4:30 PM at Lake Catholic High School. Admission to the event is free. A clinic will be held at 3:30 PM exclusively for the sons, daughters, and athletes of season ticket holders.
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