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Johnson Goes 4-0 at Max Servies

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The Crimson Wave men’s wrestling team finished with a duals record of 1-3 on January 17th. The team was traveling to Wabash College to compete in the Max Servies Duals and were led by 5th Ranked senior Eric Johnson who was 4-0 in individual matches. 

The first dual saw the team square up with Mount St. Joseph and emerge victorious with a 35-24 team score. Unfortunately, that would be the team’s lone victory of the day as they followed up with three straight losses to Ohio Northern (45-6), Wabash (33-21), and Southern Maine (33-12). 

In addition to Johnson, a few other strong performances for the Crimson Wave were turned in by Scott Pitrowski (3-1), Louis Escobedo-Rivera (3-1), and Tyler McCoy (2-1). 

"I'm starting to see more confidence and consistency from the group," said Head Coach Ryan Rivera. "With the postseason around the corner, today was good progress to reaching the goals we have set for ourselves," added Rivera.

Next up for CCSJ is a triple dual at Indiana Tech Fort Wayne on January 30th. 



 
Wrestling Competes at Campbellsville Duals

Crimson Wave Wrestling11/22/14 -
The Crimson Wave men's wrestling team battled hard Saturday at the Campbellsville Duals but came up short as they went 0-4 in their matches. The team squared up against 8th ranked host Campbellsville University, St. Andrews, St. Catherine, and Truet McConell. Their closest dual was a 24-15 defeat to St. Catherine.

4th Ranked Senior Eric Johnson, Highland IN, was the only Crimson Wave wrestler to go undefeated at 4-0. Johnson's marquee matchup came against 9th ranked Nate Knauf, Campbellsville, in which he notched a 5-3 win by decision. In his other bouts, Eric picked up a pin, a tech fall, and another decision.

Junior Ramiro Rojas also had a nice day going 2-1 at 149lbs. He had an impressive showing against 5th ranked Kyle Terry, Campbellsville, in a 4-2 loss by decision. With the match tied late, Ramiro got in on a shot and lifted Terry into the air but lost the takedown. As he returned his opponent to the mat, Ramiro gave up the deciding takedown in the ensuing scramble. In his other two bouts at 149lbs, Rojas secured wins by tech fall and a major decision.

"We need to start winning close matches more consistently before we can take the next step as team," said Head Coach Ryan Rivera. "Right now it's not about the wins and losses, our focus is on improving week to week," added Rivera.

The wrestling team has the upcoming week off of competition before they return to the mats at the Little States Invite at Manchester College on December 6th.

Johnson Ranked 4th at 197lbs

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Senior Eric Johnson (Highland, IN) is ranked 4th at 197lbs in the first regular season NAIA Wrestling Coaches' Poll. Johnson has twice earned All-American honors for the Crimson Wave with consecutive finishes of 8th and 7th at the NAIA National Championships. More recently, he captured the 197lb title at the Dan Gable Open last week, giving him a 3-0 record to start the season. 

In addition to Johnson, the Crimson Wave wrestling team also received 13 votes in the Wrestling Coaches Top 20 Poll for teams. That total has them just miss making the cut and tied for the 24th place.

"We've been working hard and hopefully this recognition will motivate everyone to keep improving and perform well going forward,” said Head Coach Ryan Rivera.

The men will be back on the mats Saturday, November 22nd as they travel to Campbellsville University for the Campbellsville Duals. 

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