Search Results for: Michaela Hutchison

Hutchison earns spot on U.S. team (Wrestling)

It didn’t come easy, but Soldotna’s Michaela Hutchison has earned a spot on the U.S. team preparing for the World Team Trails. The Oklahoma City University star finished third in the 130-pound weight class and was picked up as a practice partner after the non-Olympic weights phase of the World Team Trials at the U.S…. Read more »

Hutchison denied three-peat (Wrestling)

Soldotna’s Michaela Hutchison narrowly came up short in her bid for three consecutive national championships after losing in Saturday night’s finals at the Women’s College Wrestling Association Championships in Atherton, Calif. The All-American 121-pounder representing NAIA power Oklahoma City University dropped a hard-fought, heart-breaking three-round loss to young upstart Helen Maroulis of Simon Fraser 7-1,… Read more »

Hutchison as gracious as good (Wrestling)

Raised to be humble and stay modest, it’s no surprise Michaela Hutchison of Soldotna doesn’t consider her star-studded wrestling career to be a big deal. But everyone else does. The 21-year-old, 121-pound junior at Oklahoma City University is a two-time reigning national champion for the NAIA school and one of the toughest pound-for-pound wrestlers in… Read more »

Hutchison avenges rare loss (Wrestling)

Don’t make Soldotna’s Michaela Hutchison angry. Just ask Shauna Isbell. Isbell is Hutchison’s biggest rival at 121 pounds in the nation, but the Alaska wrestler made quick work of her in their most recent meeting. Hutchison, of Oklahoma City University fame, pinned Isbell in 1 minute, 59 seconds to avenge a loss a week earlier… Read more »

New season, same Hutchison (Wrestling)

The hunt is on for another national championship for Oklahoma City University junior Michaela Hutchison of Soldotna. The 121-pounder opened the season with back-to-back pins against Wayland Baptist and Cumberlands, showing the skills that’s made her a two-time Women’s College Wrestling Association title holder. Hutchison, of Skyview High fame, pinned Jeneshia Woods of Wayland at… Read more »

Hutchison 5th at World Games (Wrestling)

The greatest women’s wrestler in the history of Alaska has gone global. Soldotna’s Michaela Hutchison of Oklahoma City University was the lone American in the 121-pound weight class at the recent SportAccord World Combat Games in Beijing, just another one of her international stops. She placed fifth out of eight women, finishing ahead of France,… Read more »

Hutchison keys OCU’s third title (Wrestling)

Michaela Hutchison of Soldotna made history wrestling guys, but her legacy will be against gals. That’s because the 121-pound Alaskan—who five years ago became the first girl in U.S. high school history to win a state title against boys—is proving to be nearly unbeatable verses her gender. Hutchison, of Skyview High fame, improved her season… Read more »

OCU, Hutchison go for duals title (Wrestling)

The last time Oklahoma City University star Michaela Hutchison of Soldotna competed at the NWCA National Duals, she was named the most outstanding wrestler. As a freshman. It’s a hard act to follow, but the Alaskan will give it a shot this weekend when the OCU Stars look to win their third consecutive title at… Read more »

Hutchison joins Team USA at worlds (Wrestling)

Four years ago, Alaskan Michaela Hutchison made American history when she became the first girl to win a high school state championship against boys. These days she’s proving to be nearly unbeatable against women. Hutchison, of Soldotna, is a national champion for Oklahoma City University after winning the 121-pound weight class at last year’s Women’s… Read more »

Kimber wins college national title, qualifies for Olympic Trials

Sitka’s Sydnee Kimber was so dominant at the National Collegiate Women’s Wrestling Championships that nobody scored a point off her in four matches. The All-American junior at McKendree University won the 191-pound championship after pinning each of her four opponents in the first round, including a 61-second fall in the championship match over Tavi Heidelberg-Tollson… Read more »