Devin Skatzka, a two-time NCAA qualifier for Indiana, announced that he is transferring to Minnesota.
Skatzka, a native of Richmond, Mich., finished this past season with a 22-13 record at 174 pounds. He placed eighth at the 2018 Big Ten Championships and earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Championships, where he went 0-2. As a redshirt freshman, Skatzka placed seventh at the Big Ten Championships to qualify for the NCAAs.
He becomes the second NCAA qualifier to announce his decision to transfer to Minnesota, joining Sean Russell, a three-time NCAA qualifier and 2017 All-American for Edinboro.
Skatzka was a four-time Michigan state champion. He closed out his high school career as the nation's No. 84 senior recruit in the Class of 2015.
Pumped to announce I will be continuing my athletic and academic career at the University of Minnesota! It has been an honor to represent @IndianaWR for the past three years. I want to thank the team and coaching staff for all of their support through this process #GopherTough pic.twitter.com/QKyzEBX6Ldï¿½" Devin Skatzka (@DSkatzka) May 27, 2018