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.

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FRL 451: Recapping Five Monster D1 Duals From Last Weekend

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Episode 451 of FloWrestling Radio Live recaps the five biggest D1 duals of the past weekend: Iowa over Ohio State, Penn State over Nebraska, North Carolina over Virginia Tech, Northern Iowa over Oklahoma State, and Ohio State over Minnesota.

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'Ready To Go Scrap': Ohio State's Sasso Doesn't Care About Your Rankings

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Sammy Sasso doesn’t care where he’s ranked.

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Massive Upsets At 149, 165, And 184 In Week 13

FRL Weekend Recap 1

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Week 13 of NCAA wrestling had its share of upsets. As usual, we have collected the top upset stories of the weekend and compiled all the upsets we could find. If you saw an upset we missed, please send an email to david.bray@flosports.tv so that we can include it. First, here are the biggest upset stories of the week.

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FRL Weekend Recap 1: Who's The New #1 At 149?

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On this FRL Weekend Recap, Spey and Bray discuss the ranking situation at 149 and the weekend's top upsets

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Alex Madrigal & The 5 MAC Wrestlers On NCAA Statistical Leaderboards

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Central Michigan’s Matt Stencel and George Mason’s Alex Madrigal have both developed a knack for ending matches early – Stencel via pin and Madrigal through technical falls. 

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Week 13 Roundup: Major Shakeups At The Top Of The Rankings

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From Friday to Sunday, week 13 of NCAA wrestling was packed with dual meets between some of the nation's best teams. Plenty of results added to the intrigue of an already drama-filled season. From individual weight-class results to team dual meet results, this weekend provided all kinds of rankings shakeups. Here are the top stories of the week.

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