WRESTLING


2/5/2012 2:48pm

Tar Heels edge Wolfpack

RALEIGH — The outcome of the North Carolina wrestling team’s meet at N.C. State on Friday night wasn’t decided until the final whistle of the final match


1/29/2012 2:06pm

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UNC wrestling falls to Terrapins, Navy

Before Friday’s meet against No. 13 Maryland, North Carolina redshirt senior wrestler Kyle Kiss was diagnosed with a torn ligament in his thumb and was told that he was done wrestling, coach C.D. Mock said.


1/9/2012 10:55pm

Carolina defeated Duke 30-5 in Monday night's home match in Carmichael Arena.

UNC takes first dual win

Win or die. That’s how North Carolina senior Thomas Ferguson characterized the UNC wrestling team’s mindset before its meet against Duke on Monday night at Carmichael Arena.


3/7/2011 10:05am

Bennett, Mock secure bid to NCAAs

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Until 197-pound freshman Zac Bennett pummeled Maryland’s Christian Boley 10-4, North Carolina was winless in six semifinal matches at the ACC Championships.


2/16/2011 4:11pm

	Freshman Corey Mock has been the most consistent wrestler on this year’s squad, which is coached by his father, C.D. The family dynamic gets interesting at times like the dinner table, where they do not talk about wrestling. “Home is sanctuary,” C.D. Mock said.

UNC wrestler Corey Mock grapples for success

No matter whom he’s facing, it’s all the same for North Carolina wrestler Corey Mock. For Mock, preparation is the key that allows him to stare in the eyes of top-ranked opponents and see nothing more than another speed bump in his quest to national prominence.


2/13/2011 1:29pm

Nebraska pins North Carolina

The North Carolina wrestling team knew that beating No. 14 Nebraska would be a tall task. Immediately following Saturday’s duel with the Cornhuskers, the Tar Heels (8-9-1) realized just how tough it was. On senior day for the Tar Heels, UNC lost 31-6.


2/3/2011 3:46pm

UNC wrestling looks for a win in home matches

Despite losing two dual matches on the road last weekend, the North Carolina wrestling team is starting to find its form. The marks in the loss column can be misleading because individual performances have been improving — like those of freshman 184-pounder Antonio Giorgio.