1. The Best Who's Number One Matches Ever: Year-By-Year

    The Best Who's Number One Matches Ever: Year-By-Year

    Sep 8, 2021

    Over the past eight years, the best of the best have put on a show. This year’s card is sure to bring the heat, but it's also worth appreciating our favorite matches from years past.
  2. The Highs & Lows Of Brick Memorial Brothers Vincent & Anthony Santaniello

    The Highs & Lows Of Brick Memorial Brothers Vincent & Anthony Santaniello

    Oct 15, 2020

    The term “brotherhood” is thrown around in sports all too often. Usually used as a way to characterize championship teams, it’s how we describe those who empathize with the effort and sacrifice it takes to succeed. The ones who were there through it all. In the case of Brick Memorial’s Vincent and Anthony Santaniello, wrestling has always been about brotherhood.
  3. Future Hawkeyes Ayala & Henson Leave Who's #1 With Plenty Of Lessons

    Future Hawkeyes Ayala & Henson Leave Who's #1 With Plenty Of Lessons

    Oct 9, 2020

    Win or lose, the number of lessons learned from national wrestling tournaments are immeasurable for high school athletes gearing up for collegiate careers. At FloWrestling’s Who’s #1 last weekend, two Iowa recruits experienced that firsthand. 
  4. 2020 US Nationals Greco-Roman Preview

    2020 US Nationals Greco-Roman Preview

    Oct 8, 2020

    As recently as ten days ago, the relationship between the United States Greco-Roman program (particularly the Seniors) and this unique National tournament could have been described as tempestuous -- at best. 
  5. The Land Of Hidden Gems: Wrestling Is On The Rise In New England

    The Land Of Hidden Gems: Wrestling Is On The Rise In New England

    Sep 24, 2020

    When you think of New England, you might think about Maine lobsters, Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts-based sports dynasties, and Rhode Island beach towns. But there is one more thing you should probably add to that list: wrestling.
  6. Nathan Tomasello's Greatest Hits: Remembering The Buckeye's Stellar Career

    Nathan Tomasello's Greatest Hits: Remembering The Buckeye's Stellar Career

    Sep 24, 2020

    “Nate was a true gladiator.”
  7. The Biggest Loss For Each MAC School & How They'll Fill The Void, Part II

    The Biggest Loss For Each MAC School & How They'll Fill The Void, Part II

    Sep 23, 2020

    Every year, college wrestling coaches grapple with how to fill the voids left by departed starters.
  8. Iowa Commit Drake Ayala Eyes 2020 Who's #1 & Much More In His Senior Season

    Iowa Commit Drake Ayala Eyes 2020 Who's #1 & Much More In His Senior Season

    Sep 23, 2020

    In March, the question of what dominance Iowa’s lineup would hold following the career of two-time NCAA champion Spencer Lee was answered with the verbal commitment of one of the best lightweight recruits in the country. 
  9. The Biggest Loss For Each MAC School & How They'll Fill The Void, Part I

    The Biggest Loss For Each MAC School & How They'll Fill The Void, Part I

    Sep 18, 2020

    The Mid-American Conference will be teeming with returning talent next season as it welcomes back seven of its champions and 28 NCAA qualifiers. 
  10. Loras Coach TJ Miller Is Following In His Father's Legendary Footsteps

    Loras Coach TJ Miller Is Following In His Father's Legendary Footsteps

    Sep 16, 2020

    If you’re a college wrestling fan, you’ve heard the name Jim Miller. 
  11. Coach Myers Wrestling S&C: Luck Of The Draw Challenge

    Coach Myers Wrestling S&C: Luck Of The Draw Challenge

    Sep 15, 2020

    Alternate between sets of pull-ups, push-ups, and squats. 
  12. 10 Underrated Wrestlers In Nebraska You Need To Keep An Eye On

    10 Underrated Wrestlers In Nebraska You Need To Keep An Eye On

    Sep 15, 2020

    Nebraska has been getting better and better talent over the past couple of years, with the likes of World team members in Phillip Moomey, Conor Knopick, James, and Jakason Burks. The Cornhusker State also has had numerous UWW and Fargo All-Americans in recent memory. Many of those guys have moved on to college to compete or are currently committed to wrestle at the next level. There's also a lot of talk about wrestlers like Antrell Taylor, Garrett Grice, Evan Canoyer, and more. 
  13. Beat The Streets Men's Freestyle Preview

    Beat The Streets Men's Freestyle Preview

    Sep 15, 2020

    The 2020 Beat the Streets Benefit is just days away. A great event for a great cause, you can tune in Thursday evening at 7:30 PM ET to watch 12 athletes put on a very entertaining night of wrestling. And if even that isn’t enough for you, you can tune it at 6 PM for the Virtual Telethon to hear Jordan Burroughs, J’den Cox, Helen Maroulis, Henry Cejudo, Ben Askren, and Justin Gathje speak.
  14. John Smith & Oklahoma State Are Loading Up On Sibling Talent

    John Smith & Oklahoma State Are Loading Up On Sibling Talent

    Sep 14, 2020

    Historically, wrestling programs across the board are known for having siblings join forces within their programs and create family legacies at those institutions. The Brands at Iowa, the Smiths and Rosholts at Oklahoma State, the Stiebers at Ohio State, the Sandersons at Iowa State, the Schultzs at OU, and many more.
  15. What The Fix Suspension Could Mean For Oklahoma State's Lineup This Season

    What The Fix Suspension Could Mean For Oklahoma State's Lineup This Season

    Sep 14, 2020

    The storyline that has consumed most of the wrestling world this past week is Daton Fix’s USADA suspension for testing positive for ostarine on January 22, 2020. The suspension will take place for one year and was dated back to a start date of February 10, 2020. This means Daton is suspended until February 10, 2021.