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Wrestling: LWC to host 20th Battle of Highway 55 Tuesday

The No. 12-ranked Lindsey Wilson wrestling team hosts No. 5-ranked rivals Campbellsville University this Tuesday at 7pmCT at Biggers Sports Center, 360 Spickard Drive, Columbia, KY.

Tuesday's matchup will mark the 20th "Battle of Highway 55" between the two programs. The Blue Raiders lead the all-time series 10-9 and are 3-4 in Columbia. Lindsey Wilson has won the last three matchups.

The Blue Raiders enter this dual with a 6-5 record in duals this season and a 1-2 mark in Mid-South Conference duals. LWC were last in conference action on Jan. 25 when they fell to No. 13 Cumberland (TN) 9-29.

The Tigers enter this dual with a 13-4 record in duals this season and are off to a 0-2 start in conference action. Campbellsville is coming off a 19-24 loss against No. 10 ranked Cumberlands (KY) last Friday.

Individually, the Blue Raiders have seven wrestlers ranked, led by Adrian Ayala who is ranked third at 141 pounds. The Tigers have twelve individuals ranked, led by Antwuan Burns who is ranked second at 157 pounds.

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