Penn State, Virginia Tech, Mizzou Live This Week

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Coming off a loaded calendar of events this past week, FloWrestling is returning with a weekend slate that promises to be even bigger. From the best youth wrestlers in the country to the biggest college stars, FloWrestling is the place to be this weekend.

Daton Fix Signing Day

Date: Wednesday, Nov. 16 | Time: 2 PM CT | Where: Sand Springs, OK
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

The nation's top remaining recruit is set to make his decision. Who will land the No. 1 132-pounder in the country? Oklahoma State, Penn State, Ohio State, North Carolina, and Nebraska are all still in the running.

No. 6 Virginia Tech at No. 19 Northern Iowa

Date: Friday, Nov. 18 | Time: 7 PM CT | Where: Cedar Falls, IA
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

What a tough weekend for the Hokies. Kick your Friday night off the right way as Virginia Tech opens with a road trip inside hostile West Gym against a young and talented Northern Iowa squad.

Projected Lineups:
125: No. 3 Joey Dance (VT) vs. Jay Schwarm/No. 2 Dylan Peters (UNI)
133: Dom Latona (VT) vs. No. 19 Josh Alber (UNI)
141: Dennis Gustafson (VT) vs. Jake Hodges (UNI)
149: No. 7 Solomon Chishko (VT) vs. No. 17 Max Thomsen (UNI)
157: Sal Mastriani (VT) vs. No. 16 Bryce Steiert (UNI)
165: Mike Ciavarro (VT) vs. Isaiah Patton (UNI)
174: No. 2 Zach Epperly (VT) vs. Taylor Lujan (UNI)
184: No. 10 Zack Zavatsky (VT) vs. Jacob Holschlag (UNI)
197: No. 3 Jared Haught (VT) vs. Drew Foster (UNI)
285: No. 3 Ty Walz (VT) vs. No. 19 JJ Everard (UNI)

Flo Kickoff Classic

Date: Friday-Saturday, Nov. 18-19 | Time: Fri., 4 PM CT; Sat., 8 AM CT | Where: Tulsa, OK
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

The Flo Kickoff Classic sits just behind Tulsa Nationals (also a Roller Productions event) as the most competitive and prestigious tournament in youth wrestling. Winning the Kickoff Classic makes a wrestler eligible to capture the elusive Trinity Award -- the most sought-out and reputable prize in youth wrestling. Many of the greatest high school wrestlers of the past 15 years, including Bo Nickal, Chance Marsteller, and Aaron Pico, became All-Americans at the tournament.

Lindenwood Joe Parisi Open

Date: Saturday, Nov. 19 | Time: 9 AM CT | Where: St. Charles, MO
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Expect to see some starters from Illinois, Chattanooga, Oklahoma, and all of the Iowa redshirts. Zane Richards, Zac Brunson, Brooks Black, Alex Marinelli, Matt Reed, Carter Happel, and Kaleb Young will headline the action.

No. 11 Lehigh at Edinboro

Date: Saturday, Nov. 19 | Time: 3 PM ET | Where: Edinboro, PA
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

For the second straight weekend, Edinboro hosts an in-state rival looking to pull an upset.

Projected Lineups:
125: No. 5 Darian Cruz (Lehigh) vs. No. 17 Sean Russell (Edinboro)
133: No. 17 Scotty Parker (Lehigh) vs. Korbin Meyers (Edinboro)
141: No. 6 Randy Cruz (Lehigh) vs. Ozzy Lugo (Edinboro)
149: No. 13 Laike Gardner (Lehigh) vs. No. 11 Pat Lugo (Edinboro)
157: No. 19 Jordan Kutler (Lehigh) vs. Chase Delande (Edinboro)
165: Gordon Wolf (Lehigh) vs. No. 16 Austin Matthews (Edinboro)
174: No. 17 Ryan Preisch (Lehigh) vs. Ty Schoffstall (Edinboro)
184: Kyle Gentile (Lehigh) vs. Dakota Geer (Edinboro)
197: Ben Haas (Lehigh) vs. Dylan Reynolds (Edinboro)
285: No. 9 Doug Vollaro (Lehigh) vs. No. 17 Billy Miller (Edinboro)

Michigan State Open

Date: Sunday, Nov. 20 | Time: 9 AM ET | Where: East Lansing, MI
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

The Michigan State Open is one of the premier opens around the country, and this year is no different. Expect to see starters from MSU, Central Michigan, and possibly some other Big Ten schools.

Keystone Classic

Date: Sunday, Nov. 20 | Time: 9 AM ET | Where: Philadelphia, PA
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Penn State leads the way this Sunday in the city of Brotherly Love. Get your first look at Nick Suriano, Jered Cortez, Zain Retherford, Jason Nolf, Bo Nickal, and the rest of the Nittany Lions. Northwestern, Pitt, Appalachian State, Harvard, and Eastern Michigan will all be in action as well.

No. 8 Nebraska at Wyoming

Date: Sunday, Nov. 20 | Time: 4:30 PM CT | Where: Laramie, WY
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

New Big 12 member Wyoming looks to pick up one of the biggest wins in program history as the Cowboys welcome Big Ten power Nebraska to Laramie.

Projected Lineups:
125: No. 8 Tim Lambert (Nebraska) vs. Gunnar Woodburn (Wyoming)
133: No. 4 Eric Montoya (Nebraska) vs. No. 12 Drew Templeman (Wyoming)
141: No. 14 Colton McCrystal (Nebraska) vs. No. 4 Bryce Meredith (Wyoming)
149: Jordan Shearer (Nebraska) vs. Cole Mendenhall (Wyoming)
157: No. 8 Tyler Berger (Nebraska) vs. Archie Colgan (Wyoming)
165: No. 19 Dustin Williams (Nebraska) vs. Chaz Polson (Wyoming)
174: Micah Barnes (Nebraska) vs. Luke Paine (Wyoming)
184: No. 4 TJ Dudley (Nebraska) vs. Wesley Schultz (Wyoming)
197: No. 7 Aaron Studebaker (Nebraska) vs. Cody Vigoren (Wyoming)
285: No. 14 Collin Jensen (Nebraska) vs. Sam Eagen (Wyoming)

No. 6 Virginia Tech at No. 5 Missouri

Date: Sunday, Nov. 20 | Time: 1 PM CT | Where: Columbia, MO
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

The marquee dual of the early DI season is live on Flo this Sunday! Expect fireworks as we should see four ranked matchups with an amazing atmosphere at Jesse Auditorium.

Projected Lineups:
125: No. 3 Joey Dance (VT) vs. No. 7 Barlow McGhee (Mizzou)
133: Dom Latona (VT) vs. No. 11 Jaydin Eierman (Mizzou)
141: Dennis Gustafson (VT) vs. No. 5 Matt Manley (Mizzou)
149: No. 7 Solomon Chishko (VT) vs. No. 4 Lavion Mayes (Mizzou)
157: Sal Mastriani (VT) vs. No. 10 Joey Lavallee (Mizzou)
165: Mike Ciavarro (VT) vs. No. 3 Daniel Lewis (Mizzou)
174: No. 2 Zach Epperly (VT) vs. Dylan Wisman (Mizzou)
184: No. 10 Zack Zavatsky (VT) vs. No. 12 Willie Miklus (Mizzou)
197: No. 3 Jared Haught (VT) vs. No. 1 J'den Cox (Mizzou)
285: No. 3 Ty Walz (VT) vs. Austin Myers (Mizzou)

Wolfpack Open

Date: Sunday, Nov. 20 | Time: 9 AM ET | Where: Raleigh, NC
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

In another fire open, you will see starters from North Carolina State, Duke, American, Wisconsin, and Gardner-Webb just to name a few. Don't miss your chance to watch Isaac Jordan, Kevin Jack, Pete Renda, Tyler Marinelli, Hayden Hidlay, Nick Reenan, and more.

News And Notes From Week 3 In D1 Wrestling


A smattering of interesting tidbits and match results from the world that is Division 1 college wrestling, in particular things that may not have made it into our articles on top upsets or the stock report.

Did They Accidentally Announce Spencer Lee's Iowa Debut?


Iowa wrestling has been doing their "move of the week" on twitter, and they may have hinted at a massive move being made early in the season.

Top 12 Upsets From Week 3

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Take a look at the 12 best upsets from week three of the Division I college wrestling season.

FRL 246 - Iowa Has A Huge Decision To Make


FRL 246 discusses the last week in DI wrestling, what Iowa should do with its lineup, and thoughts on SDSU and Minnesota as well as the match of the year.

Fresno State Wrestling Makes Its Return


NCAA wrestling is back in California’s Central Valley. The Fresno State Bulldogs made their triumphant return to their home wrestling mats last Friday after 11 long years in exile.

#1 Travis Wittlake Opens Up About Changing His Commitment

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“Something just didn’t feel right on my visit.” 

Ohio State Hosting Kent State & Cleveland State In Thanksgiving Throwdown

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Second-ranked Ohio State hosts Kent State and Cleveland State in the Thanksgiving Throwdown at St. John Arena in Columbus, Ohio, on Tuesday. The tri-meet gets started at 7 PM ET LIVE on FloWrestling.Here is the format:

Olympic Champ Khinchegashvili Loses Twice In One Day

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Olympic gold medalist Vladimer Khinchegashvili was one of a few stars competing this weekend in Russia, but he had a day he'd like to soon forget.

FloWrestler Of The Week: Jacob Warner, Iowa

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Iowa's Jacob Warner spurned the freshman-sophomore division for the open bracket at the Lindenwood Open and impressively navigated his way through four matches to win the tournament title in St. Charles, MO, on Saturday.

Keystone Classic Seeds Released

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The 2017 Keystone Classic is going to be lit. Over a dozen ranked wrestlers are headed to the Palestra in Philly on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania. The Nittany Lions of Penn State headline the event by snagging eight No. 1 seeds. Check out the full list below.