Wrestling Heads To Cliff Keen Invitational
Nov. 29, 2007
at Cliff Keen Invitational
Friday, November 30-Saturday, December 1 •
After not competing in the invitational the last two seasons, the
Junior Blayze Bahe is the only active member of the team that competed for the Bears at that 2004 Cliff Keen Invitational. NC finished in a tie for 32nd place with 18 points and Bahe went 1-2 at 125-pounds.
Senior heavyweight Reece Hopkin, currently ranked 17th in the nation by Intermat, was named the Western Wrestling Conference wrestler of the week after posting a perfect 3-0 record at the Northern Quadrangular. Hopkin started the day with a pin over
Northern Colorado started the 2007-08 dual season 0-3 at the Northern Quadrangular, hosted by the top-ranked
Senior Reece Hopkin currently has 81 victories in his career at
Sophomore Tony Mustari was named the Outstanding Wrestler of the Old Chicago's Northern Colorado Open. Mustari won the 125-pound division, posting a perfect 4-0 record on the day, with two wins coming on pins. In the third round, he pinned Adrian Rios of
Senior heavyweight Reece Hopkin is receiving national attention this season. He is currently ranked in five different national polls, ranking as high as 13th in the WIN Magazine poll. Sophomore 125-pounder Tony Mustari is also ranked 27th in the Wrestling Report poll.
A New Bear
Head Coach Jack Maughan announced the signing of Ray Hall to a National Letter of Intent. Hall will enroll at
Ray Hall, 160-pounds,
Hall has earned 10 letters for
A Look Ahead