Hutchison ends college career

Michaela Hutchison is not done yet with her wrestling milestones. She recently earned All-American honors for Oklahoma City University for the fourth consecutive year. This follows her third national title at the Women’s College Wrestling Association championship in Bristol, Tenn.

Hutchison finished her college career with a 2-1, 1-0 win over Sarah Hildebrandt of King College in the 123-pound final. Over her four years, she put up a 140-18 record, which includes 68 pins. She finished her senior season 36-5.

Hutchison became the first girl to win a high school state wrestling title in 2006, wrestling for the Skyview Panthers. 

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