South Dakota State Head Coach Damion Hahn discusses the upcoming Big 12 Wrestling Championships and talks allocations in this week’s update.
South Dakota State Head Coach Damion Hahn discusses a successful week in which the Jacks won two duals with some key individual wins, and previews Friday’s Senior Night dual with NDSU.
South Dakota State Head Coach Damion Hahn discusses last week’s road trip against Oklahoma State and Little Rock and gives a preview of this weekend’s dual slate against West Virginia and Ohio.
South Dakota State Head Coach Damion Hahn discusses a successful weekend that saw two Big 12 dual victories and previews Friday night’s dual with a top-15 ranked team in Iowa State.
South Dakota State Head Coach Damion Hahn gives a preview and his thoughts on the upcoming Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational taking place this Friday and Saturday.
South Dakota State Head Coach Damion Hahn recaps their dual at North Dakota State and previews action vs. Oklahoma and West Virginia in this week’s update.
South Dakota State Head Coach Damion Hahn discusses their recent duals with Utah Valley and Iowa State and previews their upcoming dual at Wyoming.
BROOKINGS – South Dakota State wrestling reached its pinnacle last year, tying for the Big 12 title, placing 12th at the national meet, ranking among the national leaders in dual attendance and getting the school’s first-ever Division I national championship with Seth Gross taking the title at 133 pounds.
Chris Bono, the coach who turned around the once-floundering SDSU program, parlayed the historic season into landing the job to lead the Wisconsin Badgers, and in his place stepped Damion Hahn, a 38-year-old former national champion at Minnesota and longtime assistant at Cornell.
Maintaining the momentum that last year’s squad created has been difficult.
The Jacks are 1-5 in duals, including 0-3 at home and 0-2 in the Big 12. They hosted a pair of duals last weekend against Northern Iowa and Pitt, and lost 30-10 and 34-0. It wasn’t the kind of showing SDSU wrestling had in mind when they started consistently bringing four-digit crowds to Frost. Continue reading at www.argusleader.com