Princeton wrestling had never produced a champion at the Chicago-based Ken Kraft Midlands Championships. They left this year’s tournament with two. The Princeton squad powered through Midlands’ stiff competition to finish in a program-best fifth place.
Wrestler Matthew Kolodzik has had his sights set on winning it all since he has come to campus. Now entering his junior year, everyone around him thinks this is the year he finally breaks through. From workouts to study sessions, Kolodzik and his teammates give us an inside look into what winning a national championship takes.
At the Penn State National Open, the No. 29 Tigers faced some of the toughest competition they have seen this season, including four other top-30 teams.