Jason Nolf Moves Up To 74kg

null

Jason Nolf is going up.

Watch 2019 World Team Trials

After placing third at the US Open where he lost on criteria to two-time World medalist James Green, it looks like the three-time NCAA champion will be heading up to 74kg, according to USA Wrestling.

Many had Nolf pegged as a contender to make Final X and take on Ryan Deakin, who took out Green in the Open finals and is waiting to find out who he will face in Lincoln. If Nolf makes the World Team Trials finals in Raleigh this weekend he will face Isaiah Martinez who is sitting in the finals after winning the Open. This would be a rematch of their 2016 NCAA Championship final which was Nolf’s last folkstyle loss that did not result in an injury default. IMar also defeated Nolf in the Big Ten finals that same year after Nolf pinned IMar earlier that season.

Should he navigate the field that include IMar as well as Anthony Valencia and Tommy Gantt among others, he will earn a spot at Final X Lincoln against multiple-time World and Olympic Champion ad medalist Jordan Burroughs.

David Taylor Will Miss Final X: Rutgers And The 2019 World Championships

David Taylor will not be wrestling at Final X: Rutgers or the 2019 world championships.

Arkansas Little Rock Will Become The Pac-12's Sixth Team

Big news today out of Arkansas today as Little Rock announced they will be a member of the Pac-12 this fall. The full release from the UALR athletic department.

Sassari Freestyle Preview

Frank Chamizo often travels around the world for competition. This time, he didn't have to travel far.

Join PRO Now to Get Unlimited Access to FloWrestling!

Join Now

Already a PRO Member? Log In

Sassari Greco-Roman Recap: Hancock Scores A Silver

Tim Hands of 5 Point Move recaps all the Greco-Roman action from the Sassari City Ranking Series Event.

Join PRO Now to Get Unlimited Access to FloWrestling!

Join Now

Already a PRO Member? Log In

Match Order Released For Final X: Rutgers And Final X: Lincoln

The field for Final X in 2019 has been finalized, based upon the results of the World Team Trials Challenge Tournament in Raleigh, N.C., May 16-19.

How Sassari Could Affect The UWW World Rankings

null

As the name implies, the Sassari City Rankings Series Event is an opportunity for competitors to improve their position in the UWW World Rankings. Below, we will take a look at how the entrants in Italy might upgrade their official standings and potentially secure a top four seed at the World Championships. 

Join PRO Now to Get Unlimited Access to FloWrestling!

Join Now

Already a PRO Member? Log In

FRL 379: What Inspired Lizak Against Piccininni + Final X Confidence Picks

null

FRL 379: What Inspired Ethan Lizak's Comeback Against Nick Piccininni, Plus Final X Confidence Picks

Sassari Women's Preview

I thought the Greco field was solid. But the ladies are in Sassari at full force. With 34 of the 100 ranked women in the World here, Sassari is full of can't-miss matches that will impact seeding at Worlds. 

Join PRO Now to Get Unlimited Access to FloWrestling!

Join Now

Already a PRO Member? Log In

Here Comes Hancock: Sassari Greco Preview

null

Tim Hands of 5 Point Move previews the next Greco-Roman rankings series event, the Sassari City Open.

Join PRO Now to Get Unlimited Access to FloWrestling!

Join Now

Already a PRO Member? Log In

Lock Haven University To Add Women's Wrestling In 2019-20

Exciting news out of Pennsylvania today as the first school with a Division 1 wrestling program has announced their intentions to add a women's wrestling program.