The 5 Biggest Stories Heading Into The Greco Trials

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FRL 417: Reviewing The Lineups Of Minnesota, Northern Iowa, And Nebraska

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Continuing our countdown of the Top-20 teams with Minnesota, Northern Iowa, and Nebraska

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Fargo Champ Lenny Pinto Commits

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Nebraska's Associate Head Coach Bryan Snyder continues to pluck talent from his native Lehigh Valley.

2019-20 NCAA Preview & Predictions: 133 Pounds

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Summer has turned to fall, which means the leaves (and Flo’s logo) are changing from green to red. It also means folkstyle has returned, with the start of the NCAA season less than two weeks away.

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The 2019-20 NCAA DIII Team Race Preview

Augsburg University and Wartburg College have had a stranglehold on Division III wrestling for the last 25 years. The two national powerhouses have been on an incredible run and have set a high standard for the rest of the DIII field. The last time one of these programs did not finish on top of the DIII wrestling world was 1994, when Ithaca edged Wartburg by 2.5 points. Augsburg kept the streak alive last season when they put together an impressive team performance in Roanoke, Virginia, to claim the 2019 team title. The Auggies ended Wartburg’s run in dominant fashion thanks to four individuals claiming national titles and an additional three claiming All-American status. 

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The Unsigned Recruiting Summary: New Jersey Edition

As the weather changes and the greens and blues of summer begin to rapidly fade to shades of yellow and orange, school is back in session. With that, high school wrestlers and students all around the country begin to lock in and make the difficult but exciting decision of how they will spend the next few years of their young lives. 

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#12 Tate Picklo Chooses The Sooners

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Tate Picklo, the 12th ranked 170-pound high schooler out of Mustang, Oklahoma, announced today on social media that he will be continuing his academic and athletic career at the University of Oklahoma. 

Wyatt Henson Commits To Iowa

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Wyatt Henson has become just the 12th wrestler on the Class of 2021 Big Board to make his college decision. Henson announced Sunday on Twitter that he will be an Iowa Hawkeye. 

Register For The 2019 World of Wrestling Kickoff Classic

AUSTIN, TEXAS -  FloWrestling is once again proud to announce that we will be bringing you every mat, every match, and every second of wrestling from the World of Wrestling Kickoff Classic November 15-16 from Tulsa, Oklahoma. 

USA Wrestling's Senior Nationals Set For December 20-22 In Fort Worth

The Olympic Year is upon us! The Road to State College goes through Fort Worth, Texas, for the USA Wrestling Senior Nationals, presented by Fort Worth Sports. This event, which is the annual National Championships for Olympic-style wrestling, will be held at the Fort Worth Convention Center, December 20-22. 

Daton Fix Taking Olympic Redshirt

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We've speculated all summer and now we finally have our answer. While meeting with local media this afternoon, John Smith announced that the plan is for Daton Fix to take an Olympic redshirt this season and he doesn't expect that plan to change.