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.

Bo Nickal Confirms He Is Going 86 KG For Olympic Team Trials

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There's a chance we could see a David Taylor - Bo Nickal match at Olympic Team Trials. Nickal, who had previously been competing at 92 kg, confirmed today on Instagram that he will be dropping down to the Olympic weight of 86 kg.

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Who's Registered So Far For 2020 Senior Nationals?

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Senior Nationals are about a month away, and registrations are starting to roll in. Last week, three Pittsburg Wrestling Club athletes threw their hats in the ring which kicked off what could be a long list of RTC athletes who will be competing in Coralville, Iowa, in October. This week, several women representing Titan Mercury registered, including 2019 Final X participants Precious Bell and Katherine Shai.

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Brent Metcalf's Beastly Hit List

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Brent Metcalf was a generational Hawkeye from 2007-2010 and a staple on the senior level until 2016. During that time he racked up an incredible hit list that includes World and Olympic champions and medalists, and NCAA Champions. Before episode 1 of Metcalf drops this week, get caught up on his beastly hit list.

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Beat The Streets Betting Lines & Pick Em Contest Reviewed

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What a fun night of wrestling and all for a good cause. Now that the results are in the books, let's see how the fictional FloSports Betting Book did and determine who won a coveted FloWrestling t-shirt after entering our Pick Em Contest. 

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First Half Of 195-Pound Bracket Set

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The first half of FloWrestling's 195-pound eight-man bracket is set. The following athletes have signed their contracts and will be competing to win the first place price of $20k.

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Sacred Heart Adds Women's Wrestling

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FAIRFIELD, Conn.- The Sacred Heart University Pioneers will set a regional precedent with the launch of an NCAA Division I women's wrestling team.

Bader Show: Anthony Echemendia & Ryan LeBlanc

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Bader and Bray catch up with Ohio State freshman Anthony Echemendia and new Citadel head coach Ryan LeBlanc.

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NLWC Event Match Notes And Takeaways

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A wonderful Saturday night of wrestling in the books. The Nittany Lion Wrestling Club hosted an event taking on a variety of competitors, most from the Cliff Keen Wrestling Club in Ann Arbor, Michigan. All-in-all it was 13 fun matches involving high-level competitors.

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#1 220, Nick Feldman's, School List

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The current #1 wrestler in the country at 220 lbs, #11 on the Class of 2022 Big Board — although I expect that to improve when David Bray updates the ranking — and the #14 P4P high schooler, Nick Feldman, is a National Prep champion out of powerhouse PA high school Malvern Prep. The Friars finished in third at both Ironman and National Preps behind historic programs in Blair and Wyoming Seminary. Feldman will put his #1 ranking on the line against Oklahoma State commit Kyle Haas October 3rd in Austin, TX, at Who’s #1.

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The Biggest Loss For Each MAC School & How They'll Fill The Void, Part I

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The Mid-American Conference will be teeming with returning talent next season as it welcomes back seven of its champions and 28 NCAA qualifiers. 

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