Citadel wrestling had a great day Friday, when heavyweight Odie Delaney and 141-pounder Ugi Khishignyam both made All-America at the NCAA Championships in Des Moines, Iowa.
Delaney pinned Oregon State’s Chan Hanke on Friday night to clinch a top eight finish, and can place as high as seventh in Saturday’s medal round. Ugi became the first Citadel wrestler to make the semifinals and can place as high as third. They became the second and third wrestlers in school history to make All-America.
Reaction from wrestlers and coaches:
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The Palmetto State landed zero (0) teams in the NCAA basketball tournament, but you can bet we will get some teams in the 64-team NCAA baseball regionals.
With the season about one-quarter done, here’s how Palmetto State teams are stacking up in the RPI at Boyd’s World out of 298 D-I teams We’ve got four in the top 27, seven in the top 100:
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No. 5 South Carolina visits The Citadel at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Riley Park. The Gamecocks have won six of the last seven in the series, the Bulldogs’ last win coming on April 12, 2011, a 2-0 Citadel win at Riley Park.
Here’s a tale of the tape:
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An interview with Citadel coach Chuck Driesell to wrap up his third season. The Bulldogs went 8-22 overall and 5-13 in the SoCon, and are 24-68 overall and 14-40 in the league in his three seasons.
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Here is the radio/on line broadcast schedule for Citadel baseball:
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The rosters for The Citadel’s Blue-White spring football game, slated for 1 p.m. Saturday at Johnson Hagood Stadium, have been set.
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