McKee was sidelined in November due to a torn meniscus in his left leg. Four weeks after having surgery, he was back on the mat.
Wrestling is brutal on the body; it’s common for wrestlers to participate while dealing with aches and pains. Junior Mitch McKee has taken this to the extreme, fighting back from severe injury to quickly get back into the Minnesota lineup.
This isn’t new for McKee. He has had his fair share of injuries in his three years wrestling for the Gophers. The St. Michael, Minnesota native has torn his meniscus three times since joining the wrestling team: twice on his right knee and most recently on his left.
His latest meniscus injury occurred shortly before winter break, but McKee said he did not know it was torn at first. Continue reading at www.mndaily.com
Mitch McKee and Gable Steveson talk about performances from the Oklahoma State dual. Continue reading
We’ll recap Oklahoma State’s 23-9 win over Minnesota on Episode 50 of The Guillotine Grapevine. Among guests on this episode are Oklahoma State’s Daton Fix, Gopher head coach Brandon Eggum and Gopher wrestlers Gable Steveson and Mitch McKee.
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Gophers Sophomore Mitch McKee is looking to make the most of his spot on the U23 Team USA roster.
MINNEAPOLIS – In this dungeon of a gym, where he spends his time perfecting these moves, Gophers Sophomore Mitch McKee is done wrestling with demons of his past.
“I think in the tough times is when you remember he’s not there the most,” says Gopher wrestler Mitch McKee.
He speaks of his father, Steve, who passed away in 2014. View/continue reading at www.kare11.com
Mitch McKee is one of Minnesota’s best wrestlers, and he’s only a sophomore. While in high school Mitch’s father, Steve, was diagnosed with cancer and Mitch dedicated his 2014 season to winning the state championship for his dad. Continue reading
This week’s Gopher Wrestling Match of the Week goes to sophomore Mitch McKee for his performance against Rutgers’ Scott DelVecchio. Continue reading