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2017-18 Wrestling News

  • Beck and Rowlen lead Hawks in Gator Boots Duals
    December 16, 2017
    NASHVILLE, Tenn.  – Senior DeAndre Beck and Jesse Rowlen were both undefeated on Saturday to lead the Huntingdon wrestling team in the Gator Boots Duals. Beck (141-pound weight class) and Rowlen (285) were each 3-0 and accounted for six of the Hawks’ eight wins. As a team, the Hawks fell to Luther College 34-11, lost to Simpson College 26-14 and Heidelberg University 35-11. 
  • Huntingdon picks up first win against NAIA Brewton-Parker
    November 30, 2017
    MOUNT VERNON, Ga.  – The Huntingdon wrestling team won its final three weight classes to edge Brewton-Parker 20-19 on Thursday.
  • Beck and Rowlen place 1st to lead Hawks in Star City Open
    November 19, 2017
    SALEM, Va.  – The Huntingdon wrestling team won two weight divisions and won a total of 40 matches to place third in the Star City Open on Sunday. Elizabethtown College won the nine-team tournament with 115 points, followed by Stevens Institute of Technology in second with 113.5 points and Huntingdon in third with 106 points.
  • Rowlen’s pin lifts Hawks over Averett
    November 18, 2017
    DANVILLE, Va.  – Senior Jesse Rowlen recorded a pin in the final match of the day to help Huntingdon get by Averett University 24-21 on Saturday night.
  • Hawks win 34 matches in Millikin Open
    November 11, 2017
    DECATUR, Ill.  – The Huntingdon wrestling team won 34 matches in the Millikin Open on Saturday. Six Hawks finished in the top-eight of their weight classes, eight Hawks won at least two matches and four Hawks won at least three matches.
  • Hawks open wrestling season with loss to NAIA Reinhardt
    November 04, 2017
    WALESKA, Ga.  – The Huntingdon wrestling team opened the season with a 46-5 loss to NAIA Reinhardt University on Saturday.
  • Wrestling team looking for more in Year 4
    November 03, 2017
    MONTGOMERY, Ala.  – The Huntingdon wrestling team is beginning its fourth season of the NCAA era and the Hawks are continuing to make strides.