How a coaching change and the creation of #PackMentality took NC State to new heights and gave Raleigh wrestling fever.Read more
It’s hard to believe that another decade has come and gone, isn’t it? And man – what a decade the 2010’s were in the college wrestling world!
Mason Beckman breaks down the wrestling stars from the past decade onto one team.
The holiday season in the college wrestling world is home to two of the best tournaments all season – the Midlands Championships and the Southern Scuffle. While the fields at this season’s….Read more
Photos: Tony Rotundo With each passing day, the Olympic Trials get closer and tensions run higher as countless athletes tryRead more
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, except for CKLV results – those will come back with you. As always,Read more
Vegas, baby! The Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational has long been a staple of the college wrestling season and, in recent years, has become the premier event of the regular season. A plethora of highly-ranked wrestlers will make the trip to Sin City this weekend looking to cement themselves squarely in the national title conversation as the season moves forward. Every year, there are some massive upsets, breakout performances, and incredible matches that take place at CKLV and this year’s edition looks as promising as ever.Read more
Iowa and Wisconsin clashed last night in a dual featuring a pair of top-ten teams and all sorts of individual superstars. As is often the case inside of Carver-Hawkeye Arena, Iowa rolled and picked up a pair of upsets along the way en route to a 32-3 victory over the Badgers. Austin DeSanto and Anthony Cassioppi both notched wins over highly-ranked opponents for the Hawkeyes and graduate transfer Johnny Sebastian provided the lone win for the Badgers. On a night that wasn’t short on upsets or exciting matches, a few things stood out to me above all else. Here are my top five takeaways from the night that was in Iowa City:Read more
This year’s edition of the Bill Farrell Memorial International showcased a ton of domestic talent with a sprinkle of international flavor. The tournament carried an extra bit of weight this time around, though, due to it being a qualifier for the Olympic Trials next April. The highest-placing American in each weight punched their ticket to State College, and there was no shortage of drama. I dove into each weight and gave my thoughts and observations below, enjoy!Read more
There are few certainties in life, let alone sports, but you can always count on 74 kg to be a loaded weight in American MFS wrestling. Through the years, the likes of Lee Kemp, Kenny Monday, Dave Schultz, and Jordan Burroughs (just to name a few) have all represented the United States at this weight and the next generation looks to be just as promising.Read more