Five Huskers earned top-five pre-seeds for this weekend's Big Ten Championships when the conference announced them on Monday.
Nine Husker wrestlers earned spots in this week's RPI Rankings and Coaches Panel Rankings. The NCAA also announced its qualifier allocations for the NCAA Championships.
Nebraska Head Coach Mark Manning became the winningest coach in school history as the 10th-ranked Huskers (14-1, 8-1 Big Ten) finished their dual season with dominating wins over Drexel and Princeton on Saturday.
No. 10 Nebraska (12-1, 8-1 Big Ten) wraps up its dual season on Saturday against Drexel and Princeton.
No. 10 Nebraska (12-1, 8-1 Big Ten) cruised to its eighth consecutive dual win with a 30-6 triumph over Stanford on Senior Night at the Devaney Center.
All 10 Husker starters earned spots in the second Coaches Panel Rankings, released by the NCAA on Friday.
Most Nebraska fans have heard of Robert Kokesh and James Green, a dynamic pair of Husker wrestlers who won 2014 Big Ten Conference championships in their respective weight classes before going on to
No. 10 Nebraska (11-1, 8-1 Big Ten) hosts its final home dual of the season on Friday when the Huskers face Stanford for Senior Night at the Devaney Center.
Colton McCrystal (141) and Tyler Berger (157) each captured Briar Cliff Open titles on Saturday, Feb. 7.
No. 10 Nebraska (11-1, 8-1 Big Ten) cruised to a 33-6 win over Michigan State in its final Big Ten dual of the season at Jenison Field House on Sunday afternoon.
Tied 7-7 after four matches, No. 10 Nebraska (10-1, 7-1 Big Ten) won five of the last six bouts against No. 16 Michigan at Cliff Keen Arena on Friday night to pick up the Huskers' sixth consecutive dual victory.
No. 10 Nebraska (9-1, 6-1 Big Ten) heads to the Great Lakes State this weekend to face 16th-ranked Michigan and Michigan State.