Olympic Trials Update: Who's Qualified & Who Isn't?

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The Olympic Trials is the pinnacle of US wrestling. We were deprived of the quadrennial tournament in 2020, but on April 9-11, 2021, they return. Not just anyone will be able to compete, a wrestler must qualify by the procedures set forth by USA Wrestling, which can be found HERE

Below is a list of athletes who have qualified for the Olympic Trials and several big names that have yet to qualify. It should be noted that once an athlete is qualified, they can compete at any weight they choose. The list below is what weight athletes are expected to compete at.

Reminder, there are only two remaining qualifying events: the NCAA Championships and the Final U.S. Olympic Trials Qualifier. The 2021 NCAA champion will qualify at whatever weight he chooses and the top two placers from the last chance tournament will qualify.

57 kg

Who's In

Spencer Lee

Thomas Gilman

Daton Fix

Nick Suriano

Joe Colon

Vito Arujau

Seth Gross

Nathan Tomasello

Zach Sanders

Tyler Graff

Who's Out

Dylan Ragusin

Darian Cruz

Jack Mueller


65 kg

Who's In

Zain Retherford

Yianni Diakomihalis

Jordan Oliver

Joey McKenna

James Green

Nick Lee

Anthony Ashnault

Nahshon Garrett

Frank Molinaro

Logan Stieber

Who's Out

Jaydin Eierman

Evan Henderson

Andrew Alirez

Yahya Thomas

Pat Lugo

Matthew Kolodzik

Dean Heil

Sammy Sasso

Mitch McKee

Luke Pletcher

Dom Demas


74 kg

Who's In

Jordan Burroughs (automatic bid to finals)

Kyle Dake (automatic bid to semifinals)

Isaiah Martinez

Jason Nolf

Logan Massa

Mekhi Lewis

David Carr

Tommy Gantt

Evan Wick

Anthony Valencia

Who's Out

Carter Starocci

Ryan Deakin

Alec Pantaleo

Tyler Berger

Carson Kharchla

Vincenzo Joseph

Hayden Hidlay


86 kg

Who's In

David Taylor

Bo Nickal

Zahid Valencia

Alex Dieringer

Myles Martin

Pat Downey

Brett Pfarr

Sammy Brooks

Who's Out

Gabe Dean

Trent Hidlay

Nate Jackson

Aaron Brooks

Drew Foster

Mark Hall

Rocky Elam


97 kg

Who's In

Kyle Snyder (Automatic bid to finals)

J’den Cox (automatic bid to the semifinals)

Mike Macchiavello

Kyven Gadson

Hayden Zillmer

Kollin Moore

Ty Walz

Jacob Kasper

Who's Out

Tim Dudley

Eric Schultz


125 kg

Who's In

Gable Steveson

Mason Parris

Nick Gwiazdowski

Greg Kerkvliet

Dom Bradley

Tony Nelson

Nick Nevills

Garrett Ryan

Who's Out

Tanner Hall

Trent Hillger

Youssif Hemida

Anthony Cassar

Jordan Wood

Live Updates: ACC Championships

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We'll be keeping ACC fans in the loop with live updates here. If you can't watch the action, refresh this page often to keep up with all the action.

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Match Notes: MAC Championship Finals

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The 2021 MAC Championship finals kick off, and we'll keep you up to date with live updates right here. For results from earlier rounds in the tournament, you can check the following link. If you can't watch the MAC finals live, refresh this page often so you don't miss anything.

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Real Woods Returning For Pac-12 Championships

After not wrestling all season, Stanford standout, Real Woods, has announced today on Instagram that he is entering the Pac-12 Championships. In the brackets released Friday morning by the Pac-12, Luciano Arroyo was listed at the Cardinal starter.

2021 NCAA D1 Transfer Tracker

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Since the transfer portal opened in October of 2018, it has been one of the hottest topics in college athletics. While the portal hasn't been utilized as much in wrestling as it has in football and basketball, there are still plenty of big-time transfers that have already gone down and talented wrestlers currently looking for a new home.

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PIAA Regional Weekend Watch Guide

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The postseason has arrived in Pennsylvania, and this year we are excited to expand our coverage of the road to Hershey with live coverage of numerous district and regional championships.

The D2 Postseason Is Here! Check Out The Top Stories For Regionals

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St. Cloud State was set up last March for a run at its fifth national title in six years until the college wrestling season came to an abrupt end on the eve of the Division II national tournament. 

PAC-12 Releases Conference Brackets

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Full PAC-12 Championships brackets have been released. Here's what will go down on Sunday, February 28.

MAC Championships Preview: 165-285

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In more than six decades of Mid-American Conference wrestling, there have been only eight four-time champions.

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ACC Championship Preview & Predictions

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It didn't happen overnight, but the ACC has made gains in recent years to become arguably the second-toughest conference in the NCAA despite having just six teams. 

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Projecting Every Seed At The Big Ten Championships

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The post-season is here. We have to wait an extra week for the biggest and baddest conference tournament of them all, but that just gives us more time to preview, prognosticate, and predict what will happen. Below is the projected seed for every weight at the Big Ten tournament with the number of allocations listed below. Pre seeds will be released early next week.

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