2017-18 Wrestling News

  • Huntingdon places 2nd in Southeast Wrestling Conference Tournament
    February 10, 2018
    GREENSBORO, N.C.  – Seniors DeAndre Beck and Jesse Rowlen each won their weight classes and the Huntingdon wrestling team placed second in the Southeast Wrestling Conference Tournament on Saturday.
  • Huntingdon sets new program record for wins in a season
    February 03, 2018
    MONTGOMERY, Ala.  – The fourth-year Huntingdon wrestling team won its fourth straight dual match and its sixth dual match of the season with a 41-8 victory over Allen University on Saturday.
  • Fourth-year Hawks match season record with fifth team win
    January 20, 2018
    CLEVELAND, Ga.  – The Huntingdon wrestling team won two matches over NAIA opponents on Saturday at Truett-McConnell University. The Hawks took down West Virginia University Institute of Technology 28-21 and beat Truett-McConnell 45-8.  This was the first win in five meetings with Truett-McConnell. This was the first meeting with West Virginia University Tech.
  • Huntingdon earns third win of the season
    January 13, 2018
    COLUMBIA, S.C.  – The Huntingdon wrestling team won seven of the final eight weight classes and knocked off Allen University 30-12 on Saturday. The win was the fourth-year Hawks’ third straight over the NAIA Yellow Jackets.
  • Rowlen’s two pins lead Hawks in Saturday’s dual matches
    January 06, 2018
    MONTGOMERY, Ala.  – The Huntingdon wrestling team opened 2018 with three dual matches at Roland Arena on Saturday. The Hawks came up short against Division III Greensboro College 23-17 before falling to a pair of nationally ranked NAIA teams. Huntingdon lost to Reinhardt University 35-9 and Southeastern University 31-9. Reinhardt is ranked 16th in one NAIA poll and Southeastern is ranked in the top-9 in two NAIA polls.
  • Beck and Pearson lead Hawks in NWA Duals
    December 30, 2017
    CLARKSVILLE, Ark.  – Senior DeAndre Beck and sophomore Quintez Pearson each won two matches to lead Huntingdon in the NWA Duals at the University of Ozarks on Saturday. The Hawks lost to the University of Dubuque 24-19 and fell to Ozarks 29-15.
  • Beck and Rowlen lead Hawks in Gator Boots Duals
    December 16, 2017
    NASHVILLE, Tenn.  – Seniors 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.