FloSports, BracketWrestling Reach Agreement

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AUSTIN, TX (April 26, 2016)- FloSports has reached an agreement with BracketWrestling, one of the leading wrestling event management companies, to join FloWrestling and offer its FloArena software to all BracketWrestling Tournaments.

The wrestling industry's top event management software, FloArena offers a comprehensive suite of features, including real-time scoring and user-friendly brackets, that will allow BracketWrestling to elevate the experience of its tournaments and events onsite and online.

"We are extremely excited about joining the FloWrestling team," BracketWrestling's Doug Forst said. "We believe FloArena is the future of tournament management software, and positioning ourselves with FloWrestling was an opportunity we couldn't pass up."

Last season, BracketWrestling ran more than 50 youth and high school tournaments across Georgia, Maryland, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Alabama, Minnesota, and Missouri.

"We are fired up about combining BracketWrestling's tournament expertise with our talented FloArena team," FloSports co-founder and CEO Martin Floreani said. "Aligning ourselves with such a respected company in the wrestling world, with a large number of events, helps set us up for an exciting 2016-17 season."

In recent months, FloSports has added features to FloArena software and announced agreements with Kapwrestling and Matside Productions. As part of the deal with Kapwrestling, all postseason wrestling tournaments in Connecticut and Massachusetts utilize FloArena software.

Little Rock Charts Strong Direction In Pac-12 Despite Conference Struggles

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Although the University of Arkansas Little Rock finished in last place at the Pac-12 tournament, the Trojans began the complicated process of starting a Division I wrestling program with high aspirations. Despite missing on certain expectations in his first year, head coach Neil Erisman felt the conference was a perfect fit for his squad.

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The Best Class Of 2020 Recruit Headed To Each School In The MAC

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Prized recruit Keegan O'Toole squashed speculation regarding his future early, announcing his commitment to Missouri the summer after capturing the second of four Wisconsin state championships.

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An Oklahoma State Lineup Preview If The Cowboys Go Redshirt-Heavy

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On FRL earlier this week, the gang talked about how Penn State is expected to redshirt anyone on their roster who has one available. With all the uncertainty in the sports world today, there’s a possibility that other programs across the country do the same. I thought it would be interesting to take a look at the Oklahoma State roster if that is the route they were to take.

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FRL 532 - What We're Hearing About The NCAA Season

532. What We're Hearing About The NCAA Season

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On episode 532 of FRL, the boys talk what we're hearing about the NCAA season, pins at the NCAA Championships over the last decade, and more.

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Could A Wrestling Video Game Actually Work?

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Bader Show: Nestor Taffur And Sammy Brooks

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On this episode of The Bader Show, Bader and Spey catch up with Nestor Taffur and Sammy Brooks.

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Which Club Team Scored The Most Points On July 25th?

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July 25th card had 10 wrestlers that represented six different wrestling clubs. The Nittany Lion Wrestling Club had David Taylor and Roman Bravo-Young, The New York City Region Training Center was represented by both Frank Chamizo and Jack Mueller. Cornell’s New York Regional Training Center had Vito Arujau and Kyle Dake wrestling for them. The Wolfpack WC, Pitt WC, Ohio RTC, and The NJRTC all had Darrion Caldwell, Luke Pletcher, Kyle Martin, and Sammy Alvarez wrestling for them respectively. 

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FRL 531 - Two Big Recruits Off The Board, A New D1 Head Coach

531. Two Big Recruits Off The Board

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On episode 531 of FRL, the boys have a surprise for Ben, talk about two big recruits going off the board, a new D1 head coach, and Russia's success at the world championships dating back to 2008.

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Pin To Win: Breaking Down A Decade Worth Of Falls At NCAAs

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Last Thursday on FloWrestling Radio Live Ep. 529, I theorized that the heavyweight class produced the least of falls at the D1 level. Ben Askren immediately called me on it and said he thought that heavyweight would be among the weight classes with the most falls. Soon after the show ended, I was deep down the rabbit hole and looking for falls at the past 10 NCAA Championships. Spoiler alert: Ben Askren was right. 

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Bader Show: Tommy Rowlands & Mitch McKee

Tommy Rowlands and Mitch McKee

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On this episode of The Bader Show, Bader and Spey catch up with Tommy Rowlands and Mitch McKee.

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