CSC Wrestling To Proceed Friday In Closed GymPosted by Jeremy AndersonDate: February 04, 2021112 ViewsPhoto Courtesy: Zachary Carlson, CSC Sports InformationDue to Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference winter sport policy, the Chadron State College Eagles wrestling team will be facing off in a dual on Friday evening with the visiting Western Colorado Mountaineers in front of an empty arena at the Chicoine Center.The full list of protocol can be found at chadroneagles.com/winter2021.CSC welcomes a restless WCU team which finally got in three duals in Kearney a week and a half ago. Prior to that, it hadn’t wrestled since a trip to Grand Junction, Colorado, on December 10.The Mountaineers are now 2-3 overall, with one win in their only RMAC dual with Colorado Mesa. Western downed Colorado Mesa, 25-24, on December 10.Following the Mesa dual, the Mountaineer grapplers faced a bout with illness, coming out of the holiday break, and went six weeks without a competition.Rejoining the season in Kearney, Western went 1-2 at the Midwest Duals, losing 25-21 to Newman, falling 32-12 to No. 3 Central Oklahoma, and defeating Fort Hays State 25-21.The Mountaineers are led by 2019-20 All-American Patrick Allis at 133 pounds, No. 12-ranked Jason Hanenburg at 149, and heavyweight Sammy DeSeriere, a senior with a strong 4-1 start to the season.Chadron State’s lineup features 174-pound Rowdy Pfeil, a freshman with a No. 4 national ranking, senior returning national qualifier Tate Allison at 165, sophomore Eli Hinojosa who is off to a 4-2 start at 197 pounds, and junior Joe Ritzen, who owns a win over No. 12 Tyler Lawley of Newman.The full CSC lineup is yet to be determined.A full lineup of extra matches, between various Eagles and Mountaineers not in the starting lineup, will take place on a second mat. Matches will be streamed at chadronstate.tv.The action is set to begin at 5 p.m. on Friday.