Iowa State Releases Power-Packed 2019-20 Schedule

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Iowa State released their wrestling schedule for the 2019-20 season. Going into his third year as head coach of the Cyclones, Kevin Dresser has crafted a slate of competitions packed with power programs. Highlights include the annual intrastate rivalry with the Hawkeyes in Ames on November 24 as well as a home dual with Oklahoma State January 26. 

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The Cardinal and Gold will also travel two of the toughest tournaments of the year: the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational and the Southern Scuffle. Both tournaments will be streamed live on FloWrestling, as will all of the Cyclones' home duals. 

Harold Nichols Cyclone Open

Sunday, November 10 - Ames, Iowa


Bucknell Bison Dual Meet

Sunday, November 17 - Ames, Iowa


Iowa Hawkeyes Dual Meet

Sunday, November 24 - Ames, Iowa


Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational

Friday, December 6 - Las Vegas, Nevada


Chattanooga Mocs Dual Meet

Saturday, December 14 - Ames, Iowa


Southern Scuffle

Wednesday, January 1 - Chattanooga, Tennessee


Utah Valley Wolverines Dual Meet

Thursday, January 9 - Orem, Utah


Campbell Camels Dual Meet

Saturday, January 11 - Tempe, Arizona


Harvard Crimson Dual Meet

Saturday, January 11 - Tempe, Arizona


Arizona State Sun Devils Dual Meet

Saturday, January 11 - Tempe, Arizona


South Dakota State Jackrabbits Dual Meet

Friday, January 17 - Brookings, Sout Dakota


North Dakota State Bison Dual Meet

Sunday, January 19 - Ames, Iowa


Oklahoma State Cowboys Dual Meet

Sunday, January 26 - Ames, Iowa


Fresno State Bulldogs Dual Meet

Friday, January 31 - Fresno, California


Oklahoma Sooners Dual Meet

Sunday, February 9 - Norman, Oklahoma


West Virginia Mountaineers Dual Meet

Saturday, February 15 - Ames, Iowa


Northern Iowa Panthers Dual Meet

Sunday, February 16 - Ames, Iowa


Missouri Tigers Dual Meet

Saturday, February 22 - Columbia, Missouri


Big 12 Championship

Saturday, March 7 - Tulsa, Oklahoma

FRL 408 - Daton/Zain Drama, Draws And Aliev/Rashidov Pandemonium

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FRL 408 discusses the Daton/Zain losses, draws mattering and the Aliev/Rashidov insanity.

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Day 7 Bracket Analysis

Team USA didn't get off to a great start on Thursday as Zain Retherford lost nailbiters to two reigning medalists. Zain Retherford fell 10-9 in the opening round to Tobier (CUB) and Daton got beat on a late, controversial call in the second round against Takahashi.

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Worlds Day 6 Recap

What a wild morning session. Today's brackets were loaded as all four weights contested were Olympic weights. To add more fuel to the first session, the draws were such that pivotal matchups were staged early and often.

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2019 World Championships: Day 6 Match Notes

It's time for day six here in Kazakhstan. We've been coming to the same arena for a week now, and in no way is that depressing.

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Bracket Breakdown: Kayla, Tamyra

The final flight of Women's freestyle sees two US hammers go to bat in Kayla Miracle and Tamyra Mensah and their performances will be critical in the quest for a team medal.

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Daton, Zain Bracket Breakdowns

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Day No. 6 in Nur-Sultan is a split day, which means it will be exciting on two fronts. We have hammers Kayla Miracle and Tamyra Mensah closing things out in a tight women's team race while Daton Fix and Zain Retherford kick off MFS.

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Session I Notes For USA WFS

Here's the bright side: Team USA has two in the semis from today's flight and Jacarra in the finals tonight.

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2019 World Championships: Day 5 Match Notes

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The fifth day of the 2019 world championships is about to begin. It will be the second day of women's wrestling action in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.

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Tracking The Women's Team Race At The 2019 World Championships

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Japan is the premier nation in the world when it comes to women's wrestling, dominating as a team and piling up medals year after year.

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Conel 'Good To Go' For Penn State

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According to a spokesperson for Penn State Wrestling, Kyle Conel is "good to go" this season for the Nittany Lions. As reported by the Centre Daily Times, Conel has been cleared to compete for Penn State by the NCAA.