After falling behind early, Mizzou won eight straight bouts in a blowout win.
The 48-0 victory maintained the Tigers’ perfect record of 4-0.
This is the redshirt sophomore’s third major injury in the last four years.
Missouri took a commanding 12-0 lead through the first four bouts via aggressive, tactical play and never looked back.
The Tigers went 9-1 in individual matches against the Monarchs in their first MAC meet of the year.
In light of flooding that forced MU to uproot the floor and reveal the original court, former director of Hearnes Center Tim Hickman provides a tour of the arena, through memorable moments in Mizzou athletics.
Jaydin Eierman and Grant Leeth return as the new leaders for Missouri’s perennially top-tier team.
Four All-Americans cap off a perfect 19-0 regular season for the Tigers.
Individually, four wrestlers — Eierman, Leeth, Lewis and Miklus— achieved All-American status.
The Tigers qualified nine wrestlers to compete at this month’s NCAA championships in Cleveland.
The seven individual titles broke the team’s 2016-17 record of six.
With just the MAC championships remaining before the NCAA championships, Mizzou wrestling seeks domination
Brian Smith’s team is set to head into the conference championships after going undefeated for the second time in program history.
Mike Eierman’s backyard creation tells coming-of-age stories for Olympic medalist J’den Cox and current Missouri wrestlers Jaydin Eierman and Grant Leeth.
Head coach Brian Smith: “He’s one of those kids that comes in consistent all the time.”
Three technical falls and a pair of dramatic finishes highlighted another stretch of dominance on the mat for the Tigers.
In their final MAC competition of the season, the Tigers finished with an undefeated conference slate.
The team’s toughest match of the season ended in victory after help from Eierman and Leeth.
The 15-0 team won the MAC Regular Season Dual Championship last Friday and has a deep, talented lineup.
The Tigers won eight of their 10 matches to remain undefeated.
Grant Leeth toppled another top-tier opponent, and Joey Lavallee joined the 100-win club on two dominant days for the Tigers.