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Hickman grad is the first true freshman to win a national title at Missouri.
Brandon Orr was in Oklahoma City with the team for the NCAA Championships.
Hickman graduate brings home the first championship since 2010.
Misery loves company as upsets abound on second day of tournament.
Two Tigers remain alive in final day of tournament.
The wrestling program has achieved more success than other sport at Missouri.
Freshman takes conference belt and looks for more.
Two wrestlers will come home with individual titles as well.
Posted to Sports Blog at 11:02 p.m., March 8, 2014
Missouri has four wrestlers seeded second for this weekend’s championship tournament.
Lavion Mayes won the starting gig at 141 pounds last December and has quietly helped his team.
Junior’s one-loss season is the best of his career.
Devin Mellon’s victory at heavyweight decided the dual.
Event pitted both squads on same floor.
The program’s success makes scheduling non-conference opponents difficult.
Three true freshmen have started this season.
Freshmen have sparked team’s success.
Three freshmen extended the lead beyond the Bobcat’s grasp.
The Missouri wrestling squad won its conference for the second time in a row.
The No. 4 Missouri wrestling team looks to win its conference for a second consecutive year.
Senior heavyweight Dom Bradley still looks to win a heavyweight national championship after his first loss.
Junior Alan Waters is the only remaining undefeated wrestler on the Tigers' roster.
The seniors have their last dual at Hearnes Center on Sunday against Maryland, Wyoming and Purdue.
Gymnastics and wrestling look for key wins in sixth annual Beauty and the Beast event.
The senior's will to improve has been an integral point of success for the wrestling team.
Missouri wrestlers came away with four major decisions in the win.
The No. 7 wrestling team returns nine NCAA qualifiers with the season’s first meet approaching.
After missing a year during Olympic chase, Dom Bradley looks to dominate in his sixth year at MU.
Tigers to wrestle in conference tournament, become full members in 2013
Ten Tiger wrestlers will look to carry over momentum from the school’s first Big 12 championship.
Mellon received a wild-card spot in this weekend’s NCAA Championships despite injuring his hamstring.
Coach Brian Smith has coached four individual national champions in his 14 years with Missouri wrestling.
Nine of 10 starters advanced to the NCAA Championships, including four individual Big 12 champions.
Coach Brian Smith expects five wrestlers to be favorites in their Big 12 weight classes.
The junior holds a seven-match winning streak entering the team's final dual Friday.
The sophomore joined former Missouri national champion Ben Askren in elite company this week.
Larson's victory was instrumental in the team's victory over No. 10 Oklahoma.
The win absolved a loss to No. 1 Oklahoma State on Saturday.
Missouri wrestlers Alan Waters, Nathan McCormick and Brent Haynes took top 10 rankings in the first coaches’ poll of the year.
Dorian Henderson led the charge in the Tigers’ season opener.
The Tigers will be the only SEC school with a wrestling program.
Dom Bradley’s absence shouldn’t hurt an MU team returning seven wrestlers.
Dom Bradley’s first place finish in the heavyweight class marks the third straight year Missouri has had an individual champion.
Senior captain Todd Schavrien leads the team with a 26-6 record.
The Tigers will face a surplus of talent from four different Big 12 schools.
Senior captain Todd Schavrien helped secure the 23-11 victory over the Cyclones with a win over No. 15 Chris Drouin.
The Cornhuskers edged out the Tigers 17-16.
The Tigers are 14-5 in duals this season heading into the matchup against Nebraska.
The true freshman is currently 34-2 on the season.
Missouri freshman Alan Waters upset Kent State’s Nic Bendelyon at the 125-pound weight class.
Three graduating seniors will be replaced in the Missouri line-up.
The senior became Missouri's third-ever national champion.
Senior Mark Ellis is looking to defend his heavyweight title.
The team hopes to see success in a tournament setting.
Oklahoma and Oklahoma State spoiled MU's last home meets of the season.
Missouri comes home to take on No. 9 Oklahoma and No. 4 Oklahoma State.
Tigers finish seventh overall at NCAA Championships.
The Tigers will have a home state advantage in the St. Louis tournament.
The team faced persistent difficulties with its lower weight classes.