Jack Davis Will Wrestle For Bronze

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Jack Davis carried day one for our Cadet Greco boys, making the semis and guaranteeing himself a shot at a medal. You can check out his bracket on FloArena; medal matches can be watched LIVE at 10 a.m. Central time.

In his first match, Davis eked out a criteria win over Anton Rosen, a Nordic champ and Euro placer from Sweden. The margin ended up being Davis' four-pointer in the first period, a lat drop on the edge of the mat. He looked even better in his quarterfinal, pinning Mielewczyk of Poland.

Par terre was the difference in Davis' semi. Against Asian champ Mohktari, the Iranian blew the match open with multiple turns and ultimately teched Davis 10-2; he will wrestle for bronze later today.

None of our other wrestlers were pulled back into repechage. Malik Johnson lost his only match of the day to Abdullah Toprak (TUR). Johnson was unable to take down the Turk, who subsequently lost to Russia. Real Woods was shutout against two-time Asian medalist Sharshenbekov (KGZ), who then lost to eventual finalist Leri Abuladze of Georgia.

Malik Johnson after loss

Cohlton Schultz could not muster any offense in a 4-2 loss to Yuri Nakazato of Japan. Peyton Omania won a hard earned 2-1 match against India in the first round, with all points coming from passivity. He unfortunately could not carry that success over to his match with Anraku of Japan.

Real Woods on learning experience

5 Crucial Keystone Contests

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Hundreds of NCAA wrestlers are headed to the historic Palestra on UPenn's campus for the 2017 Keystone Classic. 17 top 20 wrestlers are registered. Here are the five potential matches we're looking forward to most.

FloWrestling Login Procedures

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Five Ranked Matchups In Minnesota At Oklahoma State Dual

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We've got a Sunday matinee for you, and the slate is full of intriguing matchups.

What 2 Watch 4: Iowa Returns To Carver-Hawkeye

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You know it's definitely wrestling season when (a) Whiteboard Wars return and (b) the Iowa Hawkeyes kick off their season with the Iowa City Duals.

T-Row & Funky Episode 91: Live and Worldwide

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Ben is in Singapore for his retirement fight, but that won't stop the T-Row & Funky Show from breaking down the week in news and NCAA Wrestling results!

Flo Kickoff Classic 15u Preview

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By Ryan Lance, Youth1

The 2017 Flo Kickoff Classic is bringing together some of the top youth wrestlers in the country for its 21st annual tournament this weekend at the Expo Square Pavilion in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Boise State President Bob Kustra To Retire

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Bob Kustra, the long-serving president of Boise State University and the driving force behind the school’s decision to abruptly drop the varsity wrestling program last spring, has announced that he will retire at the end of the school year, effective June 30, 2018.

Notable Competitors At Lindenwood Open

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The Lindenwood Open is providing the first look at some very talented freshman and a few of the NCAA's best this Saturday at Robert F. Hyland Arena in St. Charles, MO.

Marquee Matchup: #3 Bryce Meredith vs #6 Chad Red


This Friday night, one of the most exciting freshmen in the country takes on a former NCAA finalist in Lincoln, NE.

The Leaderboard: Best Celebrations In Wrestling

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Celebrations. In the wrestling community, fans either love them or hate them. At FloWrestling, we LOVE celebrations. Spontaneous or choreographed, brilliant or amusing, big or small, we love them all.