Tony Nelson named Most Valuable Wrestler
The Gophers will finish third at the national tournament
With 68 points, Minnesota sits third headed into the final day of competition
Minnesota remains in third with 47.5 points
Minnesota sits third with 11 team points
Heading into the 2013 NCAA Championships, we count down the top 10 moments from the 2012-13 season.
Recap of Minnesota's 32-6 win over Hofstra at the Sports Pavilion.
Minnesota won 8 of 10 matches in a season-opening win over Hofstra.
David Thorn is currently serving as an administrative assistant for the University of Minnesota wrestling team. He joins the staff after a two-time All-American career wrestling for the Gophers.
Thorn has always shown exceptional dedication to the sport and his fellow wrestlers, earning the team's Most Dedicated Wrestler Award as a redshirt freshman in 2010-11. Thorn went 16-13 that season and finished seventh in his first appearance at the Big Ten Championships.
Thorn's sophomore season was cut a bit short due to injury, but performed well in the matches in which he was able to compete, compiling a 14-2 overall record. He won titles and place second in open meets that season.
He earned his first All-America honor as a junior, finishing the season with 19 wins and a 5-2 record in Big Ten duals. Thorn placed seventh in that year's NCAA Championships.
As a senior, Thorn had the best season of his career, going 29-8, including a 12-3 record in duals and a 6-2 record in Big Ten duals. Thorn's nine pins were also a career best. Thorn placed higher than he ever had in the Big Ten Championships (fourth) and NCAA Championships (fifth) in his final season in Maroon and Gold, earning his second All-American nod.
Gopher Wrestling Tickets Now On Sale
Season tickets and single match tickets are now available for the University of Minnesota Wrestling 2017-2018 season.
Colin Carr: The Wide World of Wrestling
Similarly to how people want to become more cultured and diversify themselves, wrestlers are always looking to learn about different styles throughout the wide world of wrestling.
Miles and Miles
Miles Patton traveled to Berlin, Germany for seven weeks this summer and was able to immerse himself into a different culture.