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After the 2006 offseason, the landscape of college wrestling would never be the same again. That statement sounds like hyperbole, but it's true.
Jon Sioredas was in his first few weeks on the job at Cal Poly in 2016 when he began mapping out a five-year plan to return the Mustangs to prominence.
UFC president Dana White was reportedly having a meeting with Olympic gold medalist and NCAA wrestling champion, Gable Steveson, over the weekend.
Chris Wade isn’t worried about what Bubba Jenkins brings to the table.
Penn State Athletics: Barbour Opens the Door to Adding a Women’s Varsity Sport. Could it Be Crew or Rugby? | State College, PA
Other potential additions include wrestling and rugby, since the Penn State rugby team has won multiple national championships, and wrestling, as the number of high school girls wrestling in Pennsylvania is on the rise and the Nittany Lion Wrestling Club is home to women wrestlers who compete nationally and internationally. Jane Valencia of the NLWC competed for Mexico in the recent Olympics.
It might seem like a foregone conclusion that Olympic bronze medalist and Michigan All-American wrestler Myles Amine is going to continue wrestling. But even recently that wasn’t a sure thing once the Tokyo Games ended.
For the first time ever, Who’s Number One will have its own full lineup of women’s matches. The first match we are happy to announce is Audrey Jiminez vs Paige Morales for the top spot at 106 lbs.
David Taylor admitted he was too sleep deprived to climb into bed and pass out once he returned home from Japan. Plus, he was still filled with adrenaline from the excitement of the past few days.
Tokyo Olympic bronze medalist Bajrang Punia to skip wrestling world championships in October – India today
Tokyo Olympics bronze medalist Bajrang Punia will undergo a 6-week rehabilitation program to recover from a ligament tear he picked up in the lead up to the Games. The World Championships will be held in the first week of October.
Making a transition from champion wrestler to professional mixed martial arts fighter, Bo Nickal has brought a new MMA gym to Centre County that will serve as a team training center and a community resource.
A Lexington, Kentucky, law firm has filed a wrongful death lawsuit in the case of Grant Brace, a 20-year-old Alcoa High graduate who died of “heat stroke” “during or directly after” wrestling practice a year ago at the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, Kentucky.
Nebraska will take on North Carolina and South Dakota State in non-conference action
The United States won the women's team title at the United World Wrestling (UWW) Junior World Championships in Ufa, courtesy of Kennedy Blades winning the under-72-kilogram final.
South African wrestler Steyn de Lange won a bronze medal in the under-92kg freestyle at the World Junior Championships in Ufa, Russia on Wednesday.
WFI sacks wrestler Deepak Punia's coach Gaidarov after he assaulted referee in Tokyo – National Herald India
WFI on Friday terminated the services of Deepak Punia's foreign coach Murad Gaidarov after it emerged that the Russian had assaulted a referee that led to his expulsion from the Tokyo Olympics
“Boundary 2 Boundary- Colorado High School Wrestling” Chatfield Head Coach Joe Moore – InsideCOWrestling
Episode # 85 of “Boundary 2 Boundary- Colorado High School Wrestling” is with our guess head wrestling coach from Chatfield High School in Littleton, Colorado – Joe Moore.
The 2nd annual Minnesota’s #1 event is set for Saturday, August 28th in Minnetonka, Minn. Minnesota’s #1 will showcase 15 folkstyle matches (including girls) featuring 30 of the top returning Minnesota boys and girls high school wrestlers.
One of OSU’s wrestlers in the transfer portal has made a decision on his college destination, as Jakason Burks is transferring to Iowa Western Community College.
Chris Dardanes is a 3x All American for the University of Minnesota. Prior to his tenure with the Gophers, Chris wrestled for Oak Park River Forest High School (OPRF) in Illinois where he was a 1x state champ. Today, Chris is the head coach at Perry High School in Perry Iowa.
The Ohio Northern wrestling team will open its 2021-22 schedule on Nov. 6 at the Mount Union Invitational under 34th-year head coach Ron Beaschler.
Justin Ensign has become the new Oklahoma City University head men's wrestling coach. Ensign joins the Stars after 11 years leading the Central Missouri wrestling program as its head coach.
Franklin & Marshall's W. Roy Phillips '34 Wrestling Coach Mike Rogers and his staff have announced the program's Class of 2025 recruits. The Diplomats' eight newcomers (seven first-years and one transfer) have strong ties to the deep and talented Mid-Atlantic region as the class hails from Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, and Massachusetts.
Kyle Shoop has been hired as an assistant coach on the University at Buffalo wrestling staff, head coach John Stutzman announced on Monday. Shoop comes to Buffalo following a standout career at Lock Haven.