Michigan State men's wrestling returns to Jenison Fieldhouse this Friday, Feb. 23 to host Central Michigan in its final meet of the season where the Spartans will also be honoring graduating students for their Senior Night.
Michigan State wrestling fell to No. 6 Ohio State this Friday by a score of 38-7 as the Spartans closed out their Big Ten season with a record of 2-6 in conference duals and placed 10th in the Big Ten conference.
“The biggest lesson you can take from wrestling is no matter what happens, you can always get back up and reset and be successful at what you want to do,” Terrill said. “And that goes in life too. If something terrible happens in your life, you can get back from that you don’t have to dread that. Tough times don't last but tough people do, and wrestling makes tough people.”
Michigan State wrestling returns home to Jenison Fieldhouse this Friday, Feb. 16 for the team's first home meet this month. The upcoming meet against No. 6 Ohio State will be Michigan State's final matchup against a Big Ten team.
The Michigan State wrestling team traveled to College Park, Md., to face the Terrapins this Sunday, ultimately being defeated by a score of 28-15. With the loss, the Spartans have now dropped two straight conference meets after having fallen to Indiana University last weekend.