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Lakeland Wrestlers Pound Maranatha
Dec. 9, 2003
The Lakeland College Wrestling Team rebounded from a tough stretch against nationally ranked opponents by pounding Maranatha Baptist Bible College 38-6 Tuesday night at Lakeland. Full story...
Lakeland Finishes 4th At Lawrence University
Dec. 6, 2003
The Lakeland College Wrestling Team placed 4th at the Lawrence Invite in Appleton, WI on Saturday. Full story...
Lakeland Wrestlers Fall To UW-Whitewater
Dec. 4, 2003
The Lakeland College Wrestlers traveled to Burlington High School to take on UW-Whitewater in a dual match Thursday evening and returned home with a difficult 42 to -1 loss. Full story...
Wrestling Suffers Devastating Defeat at Stevens
Dec. 2, 2003
The Lakeland College wrestlers suffered a dominating loss to ninth ranked UW-Stevens Point, Tuesday night, 40-3. Full story...
Muskie Wrestlers Fall To UW-Platteville
Nov. 20, 2003
The Lakeland College Wrestling Team fell 36-15 to UW-Platteville Thursday evening in Platteville. It was the season opening match for the Pointers who are currently ranked 26th in the nation. Full story...
Muskies Compete At UW Steven's Point Open
Nov. 8, 2003
The Lakeland College Wrestling Team competed at the UW-Stevens-Point open on Saturday. The results are listed below. Lakeland's next match is November 20th at UW-Platteville. Full story...
Wrestlers Battle At Opening Meet
Nov. 1, 2003
The Lakeland College Wrestling Team opened their season Saturday morning at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in the first annual Dan Gable "Commitment to Excellence" Open. The tournament joins Division I, II, and III schools in one of the biggest and most competitive tournaments in the country. Full story...
Wrestling Preview; Young Muskies Look To Make
Oct. 31, 2003
By Corey Kempf
The Lakeland Muskies Wrestling Team is looking to make their mark with another step in the rebuilding process during the 2003-2004 season. Last year the Muskies concluded their season by finishing fourth of four teams at the Lake Michigan Conference Championships but should be able to improve on that with a full roster under third year head coach Pete Rogers. Full story...