Notes & Quotes: #18 Michigan 23, #23 Northwestern 13
Wrestling to Play Host to Free Clinic, No. 23 Northwestern Sunday
Luke, Stevens to Headline Sunday's Free Pre-Meet Wrestling Clinic
Wrestling to Challenge No. 4 Iowa in Home Big Ten Dual
Wrestling to Face Ranked Foes CMU, Pitt This Week
Zac Stevens is in his first season on the University of Michigan wrestling program's coaching staff. An NCAA All-American, Stevens will serve as the Wolverines' undergraduate assistant coach while he finishes his bachelor's degree in computational informatics.
Stevens was a mainstay in the U-M starting lineup for four seasons (2009-12), appearing in every tournament and starting every dual meet -- a stretch of 66 consecutive duals -- at 133 pounds since his arrival on campus.
He improved his record in each of his collegiate seasons, posting an 88-62 career record at Michigan, including a 27-11 mark as a senior en route to his first NCAA All-America citation. He recorded his best career finish at the 2012 Big Ten Championships, taking fourth, before avenging two season losses in a seventh-place performance at the NCAA event.
Named a team captain as a true sophomore, Stevens holds the distinction of being the youngest captain in Wolverine program history. He was a three-time NCAA qualifier and placed at the Big Ten Tournament in each of his collegiate seasons. Off the mat, Stevens was a Academic All-Big Ten selection and twice earned U-M Athletic Academic Achievement honors.
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