Sean Bormet's first campaign as Head Coach features a mostly similar schedule to previous years without any major changes. The Wolverines will feature another tough dual and tournament team with the first seven weight classes boasting a lot of experience and accolades. Heavily anticipated recruits will fill out the top three spots that will make Michigan a team to watch.
Michigan will go to the Cliff Keen Las Vegas as their big tournament and forgo a holiday tournament as they have done in the past few seasons.
The home schedule is a little light. They do host Lehigh which was a rough early season dual for Michigan on the road last season. Iowa is not on the slate which softens things up from last year. Of course, the Hawkeyes will have to wait to avenge their loss for at least another season then.
Ohio State & Penn State will be road duals late in the season which are the toughest tests. These two duals were moved to Crisler Arena last season which drew large crowds that would have been far past the capacity of the Cliff Keen Arena. With these two opponents being road duals, it might be surprising to see any dual in Crisler this season.
After hosting Arizona State and their annual home/away with Oregon State, the Wolverines will combine this as a west coast trip the first week of January.
You can check it out here: https://mgoblue.com/schedule.aspx?path=wrestling