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The West Virginia wrestling team is set to make its return to the mat at the Southeast Open on Nov. 5, hosted by rival Virginia Tech, It’s still unclear what’s in store for the Mountaineers this upcoming season after a disappointing year.

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The West Virginia wrestling team spent the first weekend of the new year competing in the Southern Scuffle event in Chattanooga, Tenn., finishing in seventh place with 69.5 points, with two second-place performances.

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The West Virginia wrestling team heads into the final match of the regular season this Friday evening against No. 13 Iowa State in a big night for the program, as they push for NCAA Tournament bids this March. 

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This year, the West Virginia wrestling team features one of the most top-to-bottom teams in recent memory, including four wrestlers who are currently nationally ranked: redshirt juniors Noah Adams and Killian Cardinale, freshman Peyton Hall and redshirt freshman Jeffery Boyd. 

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The West Virginia wrestling team came back from a 15-13 deficit to win 18-15 against Cleveland State behind late victories from Noah Adams and Michael Wolfgram. 

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The West Virginia wrestling team traveled to Iowa for a weekend with two Big 12 dual meets. The first match took place Friday against No. 16 Northern Iowa, where the Mountaineers were only able to win two matchups on the night and lost by a score of 36-6. 

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The West Virginia wrestling team hosted South Dakota State Friday night in its first home Big 12 matchup of the season. The Mountaineers got down early and were not able to climb out of the hole, falling to the Jackrabbits 29-15. 

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The West Virginia wrestling team ended its road stint through the state of Oklahoma in sluggish fashion Sunday afternoon, falling to the Sooners by a final score of 22-18.

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The Mountaineers began their trip through Oklahoma Friday night with a stop in Stillwater for a matchup with No. 9 Oklahoma State. The Cowboys proved to be too much for the Mountaineers as they won eight of the ten matches for a 37-9 victory.

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Looking for its first win of the season, the West Virginia wrestling team hosted Buffalo Sunday at the WVU Coliseum, ultimately falling short by a score of 24-11.

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