Fresno State Women Edge CSUN for WCC Invitational Title

February 11, 2018 | Scott Farrell

The women of the Fresno State Wrestling Club edged the Cal State Northridge Matadors for the team title at the California State Championships on Sat., Feb. 10. Fresno State won with a team score of 38.5 points. Kamele Sanchez of Colorado State was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler as the champion at the upper weights by posting a 5-0 record, all by pin. Yaritza Arteaga of Richland College was the champion of the lower weights. 

Kendal Davis of Colorado State posted a 4-0 mark in the upper weights division with three pins and major decision. Arteaga was 2-1 in the lower weights, losing only to Sanchez. Cal State Northridge had four wrestlers take second, and added one third-place and one fourth-place on the day for a runner-up team score of 36 overall.