The Coker wrestling team traveled to the Berglund Center Sunday (Nov. 5) for the 2017 Hokie Open, hosted by Virginia Tech. The event featured Division I, II, and club wrestling teams from across the East Coast.
The Coker wrestling team opened up its 2017-18 season at the Spartanburg Methodist Duals where they battled Life University and Spartanburg Methodist College Wednesday night (Nov. 1). The Cobras lost their first match to the Life Running Eagles 47-0 and won their match against the Spartanburg Methodist Pioneers 27-21.
The Coker College wrestling comes into the 2017-18 season under the leadership of second year head coach Michael Baxter and assistant coach Shea Nolan. The Cobras look to improve on last season’s performance and exceed expectations starting Nov.1 at the Spartanburg Methodist Duals, which feature Spartanburg Methodist College and Life University.
The Coker College wrestling team had four members named to the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) All-Academic team for the 2016-17 season, the league announced today. Walker Barfield, Jordan Garlow, Jacob Haydock, and Temaris Dixon represented the Navy and Gold on the 42 wrestler team.
The Coker College wrestling team had two members named to the Division II Wrestling Coaches Association All-Academic team for the 2016-17 season, the association announced today. Walker Barfield earned second team honors, while Jordon Garlow was named to the Honorable Mention team.
Three Cobras advanced to day two of the Super Region Two Championships on Friday (Feb. 24). Jordon Tague (165 pounds), Jamal Lackey (174 pounds), and Tyvon Leacock (285 pounds) will represent the Navy and Gold in the final day of competition at the regional championships.
The Coker College wrestling team is prepared to begin post season wrestling by competing in the Midwest Super Regional Championships this Friday (Feb. 24) and Saturday (Feb. 25) at the University of Indianapolis.
The Coker College wrestling team wrapped up competition at the Midwest Classic hosted by the University of Indianapolis on Saturday (Dec. 17) and had four wrestlers collect victories throughout the day.