#8 Wrestling finishes regular season with 18-13 upset of #6 Pitt

Submitted by Wolverine Devotee on February 15th, 2014 at 11:46 PM

The #8 ranked Wolverines concluded a stellar regular season tonight with an 18-13 dual win over #6 Pittsburgh on the road. The grapplers finish with an 11-4 overall record and 6-2 in the B1G.

Results-

  1. 125- #15 Connor Youtsey (Michigan) def. #19 Anthony Zanetta (Pitt) via sudden victory 1, 5-3
  2. 133- #19 Rosario Bruno (Michigan) def. #20 Shelton Mack (Pitt) by decision, 6-1
  3. 141- #8 Steve Dutton III (Michigan) def. #17 Edgar Bright (Pitt) by decision, 6-1
  4. 149- #8 Eric Grajales (Michigan) def. Mike Racciato (Pitt) by decision, 8-5
  5. 157- #14 Brian Murphy (MIchigan) def. Cole Sheptock (Pitt) by decision, 6-0
  6. 165- Geno Morelli (Pitt) def. #6 Dan Yates (Michigan) by decision, 3-1
  7. 174- #7 Tyler Wilps (Pitt) def. Collin Zeerip (Michigan) by major decision, 19-8
  8. 184- #6 Max Thomusseit (Pitt) def. #16 Domenic Abounader (Michigan) by decision, 2-0
  9. 197- #18 Nick Bonaccorsi (Pitt) def. Chris Heald (Michigan) by decision, 8-2
  10. Heavyweight- #2 Adam Coon (Michigan) def. #19 P.J. Tasser by decision, 9-6

Michigan faced 10 ranked opponents this season and went 7-3 against them including 3-2 against top-10 opponents.

Complete Regular Season results-

Date Opponent Result
11/16 Northern Illinois (EMU Duals) W 22-9
11/16 Kent State (EMU Duals) L 16-17
11/17 vs #12 Oregon State W 20-12
11/24 vs #23 Stanford L 13-21
12/6-12/7 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational 5th of 33
12/15 vs Central Michigan W 30-9
12/29-12/30 Midlands Championship 3rd of 47
1/5 vs Maryland W 28-10
1/10 vs #20 Purdue* W 22-12
1/17 at #11 Illinois* W 19-13
1/19 vs #2 Minnesota* W 19-14
1/24 vs Michigan State* W 26-6
1/31 at #12 Ohio* W 21-12
2/2 vs #1 Penn State* L 9-32
2/7 at #7 Nebraska* W 17-16
2/9 at #3 Iowa* L 6-26
2/15 at #6 Pittsburgh W 18-13

With the regular season wrapped up, Michigan will now prepare for the B1G Championships which will be held March 8th & 9th in Madison.

The NCAA Championships will be held March 20-22 in Oklahoma City

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