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Greg Hansen: Iowa-bound Sebastian Robles does his family, school proud | Greg Hansen | tucson.com
The most honored piece of sports turf in Tucson isn’t McKale Center or Tucson National or Hi Corbett Field. It’s the wrestling room at Sunnyside High School.
Alli Ragan returns to Iowa to join Grand View women's wrestling staff – Des Moines Register
Alli Ragan is coming back to Iowa. Ragan, a two-time world medalist for USA Wrestling women's freestyle team, has joined the Grand View women's wrestling coach staff. She'll be a graduate assistant, joining head coach Angelo Crinzi and assistant coach Arelys Valles.
4th Season, Column 4: Going All Upper Body; Left Coast Lunacy; And an Olympic viewpoint – Hand Raised
As of the last weekend in April and a scant few months prior to Tokyo 2021 our Greco Roman team has qualified four of six wt. classes for the Games.
Fanco Wrestling | Logan Paul was Actually Pretty Good at Wrestling – Here are His High School Stats
You may know Logan Paul as one of the largest social media influencers on the planet today with millions upon millions of followers on Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. But, did you know he was a wrestler? Yes, that’s right! Before he and his brother, Jake Paul, were dominating the boxing ring, Logan was actually dominating kids on the mat.
Dual meets will be allowed this spring in Massachusetts, Rhode Island – Connecticut Wrestling Online
Some high school students may get the chance to wrestle this spring in Massachusetts and Rhode Island but athletes will have to compete with masks.
Ferrari is Rookie of the Year, Sentes Rookie Coach of Year as Amateur Wrestling News releases All-Rookie Team – TheMat.com
How appropriate that in a season peppered with so many firsts, our Rookie of the Year underwent on an individual level a multitude of firsts himself, many of them because he was a true freshman with no college experience.
World Olympic Qualifier 65 kg FS Preview – Oliver takes on tough field with Olympic berth on the line
After winning the U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Wrestling, April 2-3, veteran star Jordan Oliver of the USA knew that he still had one more huge hurdle ahead of him in order to achieve his dream of competing in the Olympic Games.
2021 Senior Nationals Recap | WreaperWrestling.com
Senior Nationals for women’s freestyle (WFS) may have been short in numbers this year, but that doesn’t mean we didn’t get to see some great wrestling!
InterMat Wrestling – Ervin Looks to Solidify Family Legacy at SIUE
Saul, the third youngest of the Ervin family, was born in Morganfield, Kentucky, where he continued the Ervin legacy at Union County High School.
Academic Awards: Male & Female Student-Athletes of the Year – University of Central Oklahoma Athletics
The 2021 UCO Athletics Male Student-Athlete of the Year is Heath Gray, a senior on the Broncho wrestling team.
Sentes named Rookie Coach of the Year by AWN – Campbell University
After a record setting first year at the helm, Campbell's Scotti Sentes has been named Rookie Head Coach of the Year by Amateur Wrestling News.
Rivera Readies for World OG Qualifier – Rutgers University Athletics
Senior Sebastian Rivera will wrestle this week at the World Olympic Games Qualifier for a chance to secure his spot at this summer's Tokyo Olympics as a member of Team Puerto Rico.
Jim Zalesky named new Jimmie men's wrestling head coach | University of Jamestown Athletics Athletics
The University of Jamestown is pleased to announce that Jim Zalesky is the new men's wrestling head coach. A member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, Zalesky brings a track record of success to the University of Jamestown.