No. 24 North Carolina wrestling falls to No. 17 Rutgers 18-17, losing on criteria for the second time this season “I’m tired of losing on criteria,” head coach Coleman Scott said. “And I’m tired of losing close matches.”
The No. 24 North Carolina wrestling team flew south this winter to Deerfield Beach, Fla., and spent its break facing off against some of the top talent in the country at the South Beach Duals. Head coach Coleman Scott has never shied away from heavy competition, so UNC ended its year in signature fashion — with two of its four opponents for the weekend being ranked in the top ten. UNC won three of four duals and improved its overall record to 5-4.
Going up against its second top-15 opponent in as many days, the North Carolina wrestling team (2-3) fell to No. 15 Northern Iowa on Monday night. UNC had two instances of back-to-back wins but ended up losing on a tiebreaker after the match ended at 16-16.
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On Friday, North Carolina wrestling fans got a glimpse of their team in action at its intra-squad wrestle-offs held in Carmichael Arena.
The North Carolina wrestling team doesn’t want stiff competition this season — it needs it. After all, that's what makes it fun.
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