The Great Midwest Athletic Conference has announced its All-Conference Team Thursday and six Lake Erie grapplers have earned postseason honors. Blake Glogouski, Forrest Glogouski, Sean O’Hearon, and Evan Loughman all scored First Team honors for the Storm. Nick Boggs was named to the Second Team and Tylor Orrison was named the G-MAC Freshman of the Year.
The incredible career of All-American Nick Boggs came to a close as he fell in both matches at the Division II national championships at the Wolstein Center on Friday. The Concord, Ohio, native was paired against the top-ranked grappler at 157 in Matt Malcom of Nebraska-Kearney and Blake Clevenger of Drury.
For many the wrestling season ended this weekend as teams competed at super regionals, but Lake Erie’s Nick Boggs will have one more chance to shine. That’s because the Concord native and Riverside product finished third in the region to highlight the Storm’s day at the NCAA Division II Super Regional III hosted by West Liberty University.
he first annual Dinner and a Show for Lake Erie was total domination as the hosts put up 50 in a Senior Night shutout of Urbana. The Storm end the dual meet season with a record of 9-4 as they head into super regionals next week at West Liberty. The Blue Knights ended theirs at 3-12.
In its penultimate dual match of the season Lake Erie fell to visiting Ashland by a score of 28-13 at the Osborne Center on Friday evening. The Storm dropped to 8-4 on the season and had their four-match winning streak from the G-MAC Championship stopped while the Eagles improved to 6-2.
Thanks to an undefeated weekend at the G-MAC Championships, Lake Erie’s Forrest Glogouski has been named Athlete of the Week. It’s the second consecutive week the Storm have achieved the honor after Nick Boggs did so last week. It’s also the fourth time this season after Boggs and Sean O’Hearon went back-to-back at the beginning of the season.
The fourth edition of the National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) has come out with its NCAA Division II Top 25 rankings and Lake Erie has returned to the list. The Storm, fresh off their fourth conference championship in six years and first offered by the G-MAC, jumped up to No. 21 in the tournament rankings.
The inaugural Great Midwest Athletic Conference wrestling championship trophy will be coming to Painesville as Lake Erie went unbeaten in dual action to secure a fourth conference championship in program history. After cruising by Kentucky Wesleyan yesterday, the Storm raged on with wins over Findlay 24-18, No. 11 Tiffin 26-20, and finally Alderson Broaddus 38-7 to bring home the hardware.
The opening day of the G-MAC Championships was a good one for Lake Erie as it went unscathed. After taking a no contest against Ohio Valley, the Storm raged on to a 42-11 win against Kentucky Wesleyan.
Nick Boggs has earned honors once again for the Great Midwest Athletic Conference as he was named Athlete of the Week after wins against in matches against a pair of nationally ranked teams. It’s the second time this season he’s been named as such after first being named the first week of the season back in November.
The Battle of Cleveland wrestling dual took place tonight as Lake Erie hosted nationally ranked No. 3 Notre Dame in the Osborne Center. Unfortunately for the Storm (4-3), the Falcons (3-0) established a dominant start and went on to win 45-3.
A busy week for Lake Erie wrestling will continue tomorrow as it hosts nationally ranked No. 3 Notre Dame College in the Osborne Center. The Storm (4-2) are coming off of a narrow 26-24 defeat to No. 4 Wheeling Jesuit on Monday and are looking to rebound against the Falcons (2-0).
Monday’s dual home opener was an exciting one as Lake Erie was narrowly edged by No. 4 Wheeling Jesuit 26-24 in mat action at the Osborne Center. The loss drops the Storm to 4-2 on the season, while the Cardinals won their fifth-straight and improved to 13-3 on the year.
Today’s wrestling match between Lake Erie and No. 4 Wheeling Jesuit has been postponed because of travel concerns with the Cardinals. The effects of Winter Storm Harper went as far south as West Virginia and also blanketed Wheeling with snow.
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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