Author: Brad Wilson

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The Mountain Hawks started sluggishly but wound up with an emphatic triumph. [Read More]
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Three others will be inducted at the annual banquet April 29. [Read More]
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He will compete at 86 kilograms, approximately 190 pounds. Also competing are Lehigh national champion Zach Rey and Hackettstown's Frank Perrelli. [Read More]
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The first match at the legendary bandbox saw the Mountain Hawks win 9 of 10 bouts against their EIWA foe. [Read More]
As reported by this newspaper, the recent report called "Losing Ground,: which lists the Crazy Mountains as its "top concern and Montana's most endangered public... [Read More]
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As reported by this newspaper, the recent report called "Losing Ground," which lists the Crazy Mountains as its "top concern and Montana's most endangered public... [Read More]
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As reported by this newspaper (Dec. 22), the recent report called "Losing Ground," which lists the Crazy Mountains as its "top concern and Montana's most... [Read More]
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The Mountain Hawks overcame a furious Dragon challenge on criteria after the match ended tied. [Read More]
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The Mountain Hawks will walk a few blocks to meet Drexel after the emphatic defeat of the Quakers. But the defeat of Penn may have... [Read More]
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The compelling action on the mat was equaled by the rousing atmosphere. [Read More]
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A record crowd of 9,986 at a sold-out PPL Center saw the Nittany Lions rally to top the No. 5 Mountain Hawks. [Read More]
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The No 3-ranked Mountain Hawk junior 133-pounder is focused on the Nittany Lions. [Read More]
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The Mountain Hawks put on one of the best performances in years at Grace Hall Sunday. [Read More]
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The Mountain Hawks won the 153rd renewal of college football's most-played rivalry. [Read More]
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Five Mountain Hawks won their pools at the round-robin tournament in Troy, N.Y. [Read More]
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The Mountain Hawk junior 165-pounder, who grew up just down the road from Princeton's Jadwin Gym, won a 17-9 major decision over childhood friend May... [Read More]
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The Lehigh senior 125-pounder, the defending national champion, gave up a 6-point move and fell to Oklahoma State's Nick Piccininni. [Read More]
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The Bethlehem Catholic graduate showed he's still tough on top in a 3-2 win over North Hunterdon graduate Ryan Pomrinca at 141 pounds at the... [Read More]
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The Phillipsburg graduate transferred to Lehigh from Rutgers, He pinned in the Mountain Hawks' wrestleoffs Thursday. [Read More]
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He was an All-American for the Mules in 2001. [Read More]
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