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2022 Title Contenders: 125 Pounds – FloWrestling

Who will win an NCAA championship at 125-pounds in 2022? We take an early look at the contenders.

Figueroa Joining Sun Devils With Slick Style, Big Credentials – FloWrestling

Richard Figueroa’s hometown of Selma is a small dot in the center of the California map, a community of nearly 25,000 that regularly produces top-tier high school wrestlers.

Bayramov Bulldozes Way to Second Junior Euro Title | United World Wrestling

Turan BAYRAMOV (AZE) bulldozed his way to a second junior European title, while Polat POLATCI (TUR) ascended to the top of the junior European podium by pinning Ali ALIEV (RUS) after trailing by nine points in the 97kg finals.

The Daily Iowan names Spencer Lee 2020-21 Male Athlete of the Year – The Daily Iowan

Lee won individual titles at both the Big Ten and NCAA championships in 2020-21.

Inductee for Greater Syracuse Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2021: Ed Carlin | Sports |

Wrestlers come in all sizes. But whether you barely tip the scales at over 100 pounds or weigh-in close to 300, the sport requires incredible dedication — not to mention skill.

The Bristol Press – Three Bristol Eastern wrestlers commit to compete in college

Losing the 2021 wrestling season did not stop a trio of Bristol Eastern seniors from getting their chances to compete at the next level.

Geneva Gray hired as USA Wrestling Utah's women's director –

USA Wrestling Utah is excited to announce the hiring of Geneva Gray to be the full time Women's Director in the state of Utah. Geneva will be starting full time in September of 2021. Geneva's main job will be to grow and help women's wrestling in the state of Utah. With the addition of Geneva Gray, USA Wrestling Utah now has four full time paid employees.

Name, Image, and Likeness is Happening Thursday; Tony Ramos Joins | Podcast Episodes | Baschamania

I'm a marketing guy and we like to cover marketing & business on this podcast, so today, UNC Associate Head Coach Tony Ramos joined the podcast again for a further discussion on the Name, Image, and Likeness rules and all the questions that remain, and some of the answers we've gotten.

InterMat Wrestling – Chance Marsteller to Train at Navy – Marine Corps RTC

The Navy-Marine Corps Regional Training Center announced their latest addition on Tuesday as two-time Lock Haven All-American, Chance Marsteller, will join the team. The move reunites Marsteller with Navy head coach Cary Kolat, who coached Marsteller at the club level while in high school.

Berlin, Candre, Kohn, Momont Earn Subway Athlete of the Year Honors – University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point Athletics

Wrestling's Matt Berlin (Oak Creek, Wis./Oak Creek) and softball's Maddie Candre (St. Charles, Ill./East) were named winners for male and female team sports.

Clemsen Names Elijah Oliver As Volunteer Assistant – University of Maryland Athletics

Maryland wrestling head coach Alex Clemsen has announced the addition of Elijah Oliver, who will serve as the program's volunteer assistant.

Bravo-Young and Schlegel Named Penn State’s Athletes of the Year – Penn State University Athletics

Penn State Athletics announced its 2020-21 Female and Male Athletes of the Year, as women's soccer standout Ally Schlegel and wrestling national champion Roman Bravo-Young carry the mantle for another successful year. Bravo-Young and Schlegel will represent Penn State on the ballot for Big Ten Male and Female Athletes of the Year with honorees from the other 13 conference institutions.

Tamyra Mensah-Stock wrestles for family and wrestling’s growth, but most of all she wants gold National News – Bally Sports

With 14 seconds left in Tamyra Mensah-Stock’s match with Kennedy Blades at USA Wrestling’s Olympic Trials in April, the referee called out 14 seconds, letting both women know there wasn’t much time left. Mensah-Stock had an 8-1 lead.

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