Two-Time Fargo Champion Mia Palumbo Releases School List

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The current #1 ranked 106 lb high school girl in the country, and one of the best pound-for-pound, Mia Palumbo, has released the top four colleges on her school list.

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In a battle of #1 ranked wrestlers, Palumbo, a two-time Fargo champion, is slated to take on Cadet World Teamer Sage Mortimer at 112 lbs.

Mia Palumbo School List (in alphabetical order)

  • Campbellsville University

  • Mckendree University

  • Menlo College

  • William Penn

The first three schools on Palumbo’s list are obvious powerhouse choices for a top recruit. However, William Penn University is interesting as the 2020-2021 season will be the first season of competition since WP announced the addition of the program in 2019. 

William Penn head coach Tucker Black has already made one huge pick up since being hired in December of 2019 - assistant coach Rachel Watters. Watters, an Iowa native, was a four-time All-American for Oklahoma City University, winning a WCWA national title in 2020 at 155 pounds.

Winning the inaugural NAIA Women’s National Invitational Title in 2019 was Menlo College. The Oaks blew the competition out of the water, scoring 230.5 points while second place OCU scored 154.5. Menlo already has eight women on their roster at 109 and 116, including national champions Tiana Jackson at 116 lbs and Alleida Martinez at 109 lbs. Martinez won both NAIA and WCWAs in 2019.

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Winning the WCWAs this past season was Campbellsville. Another dominating performance, Campbellsville more than doubled second place Life’s point total. Palumbo could possibly fill the spot of senior national finalist Katlyn Pizzo for the 2021-2022 season.

And lastly, winning NCWWC this past season was McKendree. McKendree is always in play for the top women recruits. Palumbo and national finalist at 116 lbs Fellicity Taylor could be a great one-two punch for Bearcats if they can make it work.

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Entering its eighth year, Who's #1 has featured the nation's best high school wrestlers in the country year in and year out from coast to coast. After this year, 29 states will have been represented on Who's #1 cards. I don't think you will be surprised by the states that have had the most wrestlers throughout the history of Who's #1, but still cool to see nonetheless. 

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Who's #1 Big 12 College Guide

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It shouldn't come as a surprise that a historic conference like the Big 12, which currently has exactly 12 teams, will have a presence at the most prestigious high school event of the year. It also shouldn't come as a surprise that the historically best team from the Big 12, the Oklahoma State Cowboys, will be the team with the most recruits wrestling.

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Bader Show: Joe Colon & Keith Gavin

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Bader and Bray catch up with World bronze medalist Joe Colon and Pitt Head Coach Keith Gavin.

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FRL 555 - 8 Man Bracket Is Set, Senior Nationals Heating Up, Who's #1 Week

555. 8 Man Bracket Is Set

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On episode 555 of FRL, the boys talk about the 8 man bracket being set, Senior Nationals registration heating up, and Who's #1 week is finally here.

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Why Penn State Fans Need To Watch Who's #1

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Every year since the inaugural event in 2013, Penn State has had at least one future wrestler competing at Who’s #1. While that's impressive, it's not necessarily surprising considering the recruiting hall Cael Sanderson and co. at State College bring in every year. This year is no different with one already signed recruit and three more potential recruits that have shown interest in PSU. 

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Bader Show: Jenny Wong & Kamal Bey

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Bader and Bray catch up with World bronze medalist Jenny Wong and Junior World champ Kamal Bey.

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Senior Nationals May Create A Unique Opportunity For Dean Heil

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For a time in Dean Heil’s college career, he owned the 141-pound weight class.

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Reasons Iowa Fans Need To Watch Who's #1

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One year after being held in historic Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City, Iowa, Hawkeye fans will once again have several reasons to tune in, watch, and get excited for Who’s #1.

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PA vs OH Showdown When Condomitti & Voinovich Square Off At Who's #1

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It will be a classic Pennsylvania-Ohio showdown when Jagger Condomitti and Victor Voinovich square off at Who's #1 for the nation's top spot at 152 lbs. It will be the second time Voinovich has appeared at Who's #1 while the top-ranked Condomitti will be making his first appearance at the prestigious event. 

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Who's Registered So Far For 2020 Senior Nationals?

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Senior Nationals are less than two weeks away, and registrations are rolling. Check out all of the currently registered athletes and their rankings. We used our domestic men's and women's freestyle rankings as well as greco rankings from Timmy Hands at 5 point move.

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