2019-20 ECC Wrestling News

  • Panthers split at NEO Duals
    January 16, 2020
    The long winter break ended Friday for the Ellsworth Community College Panther wrestlers. The rust and the long drive to Miami, Okla. led to a 2-2 split in the NJCAA Coaches Duals at Northeast Oklahoma A&M.
  • Bonus points lift Ellsworth over Lakers
    December 11, 2019
    Ellsworth Community College picked up a big 34-9 win over Iowa Lakes on Wednesday night in front of a home crowd, evening the Panthers dual record to 2-2.
  • Panther wrestling's Rozell Baker named Athlete of the Week
    December 11, 2019
    The Iowa Community College Athletic Conference (ICCAC) announced it’s Athlete of the Week for November 18-24.  Ellsworth wrestling’s Rozell Baker was one of two wrestling athletes on the list.  Baker, a sophomore from Cahokia, IL, went 6-0 for the week, wrestling at 184 lbs.  He defeated Iowa Central’s 6th ranked Anthony Johnson.  Baker went on to collect five wins at the Lindenwood Open for a tournament championship. 
  • Ellsworth wrestling faces rivals, Iowa Central
    November 25, 2019
    Wednesday, the Ellsworth Community College wrestling team traveled to rivals Iowa Central Community College. The dual, which featured two highly ranked squads was won by the Tritons – 28-13. Winning for ECC was Jackson Wenberg at 141, a 9-8 decision. At 165, Mikael Failor pinned his opponent and Rozell Baker earned a 12-1 major decision at 184.
  • Big time comeback for Ellsworth wrestling at Council Bluffs
    November 18, 2019
    At Iowa Western on Wednesday night, Ellsworth Community College came back to defeat the No. 18 Reivers 23-20. Iowa Western held an 18-0 lead over the No. 5 Panthers before Mikael Failer picked up the win and got ECC on the board. The Panthers also had wins at 174 from Cameron Nesbitt. At 184, Rozell Baker was bit by Josh McFarland which disqualified the Reiver wrestler and cost the hosts a team point. In the final two weights, Trayvonne Jackson (197) and Darrell Mason (285) each picked up pins for the win.
  • Adam Fahs named Ellsworth Community College’s interim head wrestling coach
    October 23, 2019
    After eight seasons as Ellsworth Community College Head Wrestling Coach, Cole Spree announced his resignation to start a wrestling program at Indian Hills Community College in Ottumwa. Taking on the role of interim head coach is Adam Fahs, who has been the Panthers’ assistant coach for three seasons.