For the first time in Head Coach Adam Aho’s tenure, the University of Mary Marauders find themselves in the Coach’s Association Top 25. The Marauders are tied for 23rd in the nation on the strength of sophomore Rudy Guillen, who finds himself ranked second in the country after an impressive showing at the Dakota Wesleyan Open two weekends ago. Guillen, who is currently unbeaten at this early stage of the year, scored an overtime decision in the quarterfinals over St. Cloud State All American James Pleski before winning the 149 pound title.
The Marauders will be in action at the Dragon Open in Moorhead this weekend.