in , ,

Bronchos host NCAA Division II rival Colorado State-Pueblo

Top-ranked Central Oklahoma makes its first home appearance in more than two months Sunday when the Bronchos host NCAA Division II rival Colorado State-Pueblo for a 2 p.m. dual at Hamilton Field House.

UCO is 6-1 on the season after having a 25-match winning streak snapped in last Saturday’s 19-16 loss to No. 3 St. Cloud State in the NWCA Division II National Duals finals. The Thunderwolves are also 6-1.

It’s the first home dual for the Bronchos since a season-opening 30-3 rout of Northern State on Nov. 4. UCO has three more home matches on tap and will also host the NCAA Division II Regional IV Tournament Feb. 26.

“We’re glad to finally be home again and are looking forward to wrestling in front of our fans,” said seventh-year head coach Todd Steidley. “This should be a good dual. Pueblo has a solid lineup and they’ve beaten some good teams this year.

“The guys have worked hard this week. We lost a tough match to St. Cloud in Louisville and that’s been a good motivator for us. We know there’s still a lot of work to do to get where we want to be.”

The Bronchos go to Kearney, Neb. next week to meet Western Colorado and No. 22 Chadron State in the Midwest Duals, then are back home Jan. 26 to host No. 14 Fort Hays State.

Yes, there's even more!
The Best Oklahoma Wrestling Content.
Enjoy local Oklahoma wrestling perspective as well as national outlook with the power of Rokfin. Cancel at any time.
  • Exclusive Oklahoma Wrestling content
  • Rankings, articles, video, livestreams
  • Access to over 130+ wrestling channels
  • Ad-Free. No ads, no banners – not now, not ever
  • Our Mission is to provide the most and best Oklahoma wrestling content. We believe wrestling is the toughest sport and deserves media coverage. If you appreciate what we do, please consider subscribing to help support what we provide
  • With an Rokfin subscription, you gain access to exclusive content, Missouri high school rankings and other premium content that may not be available to non-subscribers. The Owrestle premium subscription is available at $14.99 per month or $149.99 per year, offering the flexibility to cancel anytime.
  • There aren't many sites dedicated to wrestling in Oklahoma, if any. If you appreciate what we do for the sport, please consider subscribing to help support us.

What do you think?

65 points
Upvote Downvote

Leave a Reply