No. 24 Boilermakers are back in action in Holloway Gymnasium Sunday at 1 p.m. ET.
Boilermaker grapplers split home and away this weekend in B1G action.
Boilermakers (7-2) open B1G action on the road this weekend.
Three duals await the Boilermakers (3-0) on Saturday in Troy, N.Y.
Five Boilermakers to be honored on Senior Night.
Purdue vs. Michigan State - Dec. 09, 2011
2013 All-American (Seventh, 149)
Four-time NCAA Championship qualifier (2010-13)
Two-time Big Ten Championship Placewinner (2012-13)
2013 Most Outstanding Wrestler
2013 Ultimate Hammer
2013 Most Team Points
2012-13 (SENIOR, 149)
Put together the sixth-best single-season winning percentage in school history, finishing 32-4 (.889) and earning a laundry list of honors ... won his first 20 matches of the season, boasting the longest win streak in 10 years at Purdue ... took the Eastern Michigan Open (11/3) title with four wins ... edged out Missouri All-American Drake Houdashelt in sudden victory, 4-3 (11/10) ... earned his 100th career victory at the Northeast Duals (11/24), topping 18th-ranked Daniel Young of Army, 3-0 ... went 7-1 in Big Ten Duals, including two major decisions and a technical fall ... placed third at the Big Ten Championships (3/9-10), suffering a first-round loss on riding-time criteria in SV2 (2-2), but rebounding with four straight wins, including three by bonus points ... went 5-2 at the NCAA Championships en route to a seventh-place finish and All-America honors ... beat a pair of individuals with top-eight seeds, topping fourth-seeded Cole Von Ohlen of Air Force in the round of 12, 6-0, and defeating eighth-seeded Nick Brascetta of Virginia Tech in the seventh-place match, 5-3 ... posted the sixth-highest individual winning percentage in Purdue history, going 48-12 over his two-year Boilermaker career (.800).
Went 16-8 in his first season at Purdue, qualifying for his third straight NCAA Championships ... won the Eastern Michigan Open (11/5) with a 4-0 mark, including wins over Kent State's Ian Miller and Ohio State's Cam Tessari ... topped 13th-ranked Kyle Bradley of Missouri in dual competition (11/13) ... was injured in a loss to Binghamton's Donnie Vinson at the Northeast Duals (11/26) ... went 6-2 in Big Ten duals, including wins in team victories at Wisconsin (1/20) and at Indiana (2/5) ... won eight consecutive matches from 1/20 to 3/3, capped by a Big Ten Championship quarterfinal victory over Tessari (3/3) en route to a sixth-place finish and automatic qualifying bid to nationals ... earned the No. 12 seed, but went 0-2 at the NCAA Championships.
Attended UNC Greensboro from 2008-11, redshirting his initial season and competing in 2009-10 and 2010-11 ... posted a 74-20 record for the Spartans, qualifying for the NCAA Championships twice and winning a pair of Southern Conference titles ... went 33-10 at 141 pounds as a freshman, winning the Virginia Tech Open and North Carolina State Open in addition to his conference title ... set the school record with 41 wins last season at 149 pounds, advancing to the NCAA Round of 12 before falling in sudden victory to Oklahoma State's Jamal Parks ... 16 of his 41 wins came by bonus points, including eight falls ... captured the Virginia Tech Open and North Carolina State Open titles at 149 pounds.
Attended South Broward High School and the Cardinal Gibbons School, placing at the Florida State High School Tournament three times ... took third in 2006 for South Broward, followed by a runner-up showing at Cardinal Gibbons in 2007 and the 2008 state title in 2008 at South Broward ... placed fourth at the 2008 Super 32 Tournament and eighth at the NHSCA Senior National Championships.
Ivan A. Lopouchanski was born July 1, 1989 in Russia ... is the son of Alexandr Lopushanskiy and Marina Lopushanskaya ... has two brothers, Alexandr and Michael ... majoring in law and society.
* - Lopouchanski's complete stats from his two seasons at UNC-Greensboro are unavailable.