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NEO’s Joe Renfro and Clackamas’ Josh Rhoden: Talking NJCAA Wrestling Championships | Mat Talk Podcast Network
Two of the top coaches in the NJCAA, Joe Renfro of Northeastern Oklahoma A&M and Josh Rhoden of Clackamas, will come on Short Time to talk about the unique season that's impacted the junior college wrestling landscape and talk a bit about the upcoming NJCAA Championships on April 21-22.
WIBN Speaker Series: Spartan Founder and CEO Joe De Sena – SOW12 | Mat Talk Podcast Network
The latest guest in the Wrestlers In Business Network’s speaker series is Spartan founder and CEO Joe De Sena. A New York native, De Sena was never a wrestler, but through his time at Cornell Univeristy, he befriended head wrestling coach Rob Koll and is now an active member of the sport.
Brandon Slay: My Greatest Loss – Trackwrestling
Penn RTC coach Brandon Slay was a 2000 Olympic gold medalist and two-time finalist at the NCAA Championships for Penn (1997-98).
Johnny Clark: What I learned from John and Mitch Clark – Trackwrestling
Sacred Heart coach Johnny Clark was a two-time All-American for Ohio State. His father, John, coached St. Lawrence to a D3 NCAA team title in 1988 while his brother, Mitch, was a 1998 NCAA champion for Ohio State.
Rutgers Wrestling: Anthony Ashnault could join Goodale's staff – 247sports
There is an opening on the Rutgers wrestling staff, and according to three sources with knowledge of the situation, a strong possibility for that opening is former Rutgers 4x All American Anthony Ashnault.
Wrestling breakdown: How Jordan Oliver shut down Joey McKenna to win the US Olympic Trials – Bloody Elbow
After so many years of just missing his goals, native Pennsylvanian and Oklahoma State great Jordan Oliver has reached the top of the domestic ladder in the US. He has one more hurdle ahead of him if he wants to go to Tokyo…
Roman Rozell inducted into Apache Junction High School Wall of Fame | Your Valley
Years before Roman Rozell became a Green Beret and the oldest man to compete in an NCAA DivisionI wrestling match, he was an overweight and troubled kid at Apache Junction High School.
Hometown International deli: NJ principal Paul Morina is the CEO -CNBC
He’s a legend in New Jersey high school wrestling – and a mystery in the stock market.
Optimism On Stanford Sport Reinstatements After President Meets With Alum Group – SwimSwam
Stanford University President Marc Tessier-Lavigne met with alumni advocacy group 36 Sports Strong, sparking optimism that 11 sports could be reinstated.
Wrestling Asian Championships: Indian women dominate as Vinesh Phogat, Anshu Malik, Divya Kakran bag gold – Scroll.in
The Indian women wrestlers dominated the action in Almaty on Friday.
Zorigt thwarts Indian gold rush as Tynybekova rues missing rivals in regaining 62kg title | United World Wrestling
Bolortungalag ZORIGT (MGL) stopped an Indian gold rush on the final day of the women's competition at the Asian Championships with a stunning victory at 65kg on Friday that propelled Mongolia to victory in the team standings.
16 Reigning Champs Entered into #WrestleWarsaw Euro Championships | United World Wrestling
The European Championships start next week in Poland with more than half of 2020's champions returning to the mat for wrestling's premier continental event.
MSHSL Releases New Sections For 2021-2022 – The Guillotine
The Minnesota State High School League has released new section assignments for 2021-2022. Previous and new section assignments for wrestling are listed below.
Brackets for NJCAA Wrestling Tournament Released – Owrestle
The brackets for the NJCAA National Championships were released today via Twitter.
Girls division at Ultimate Club Duals this weekend loaded with talent, in addition to the strong field for boys – TheMat.com
As FloWrestling has reported this week, the Ultimate Club Duals, set for State College, Pa. on Saturday and Sunday, will have some amazing talents on display in the boys divisions.
CULTURE | HS Wrestlers Raise The Bar At OTT | WreaperWrestling.com
Two weeks ago now, we witnessed something very special happen with the women’s freestyle (WFS) competition at Olympic Team Trials (OTT).
David Mirikitani hosts Zeke Jones, Lee Pritts and Frank Molinaro in a special in-person edition of Mat Chat – TheMat.com
On episode 94 of Mat Chat with David Mirikitani, David sits down with Arizona State head coach Zeke Jones and assistant coaches Lee Pritts and Frank Molinaro.
MWCA Recognizes Team Champions from the MSHSL Individual State Tournament – The Guillotine
Since 2013, the Minnesota Wrestling Coaches Association has recognized the Team Champions from the MSHSL Individual State Tournament.
Vince Lombardi + RUDIS | RUDIS
RUDIS Wrestling Gear is pleased to announce its most recent venture with Luminary Group with the release of a signature apparel line honoring the bold and competitive spirit of legendary football coach, Vince Lombardi.
Celebrating Our Seniors: Wrestling – NYU Athletics
Donny Albach (Monroe Township, NJ/Monroe Township), Will Ortman (Hopewell Valley, NJ/Hopewell Valley Central) and Miguel Ruiz (Madera, CA/Madera) are all set to graduate in May.
Wrestling Program to host Scranton Spring Exhibition Dual Sunday in Long Center – Scranton Athletics | The University of Scranton
After being away from competition for over a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The University of Scranton wrestling team will hit the mats on Sunday, April 18, as the Royals host their 2021 Spring Exhibition Dual inside the John Long Center beginning at 1 PM.