1. #1 Iowa Handles Nebraska, 31-6

    #1 Iowa Handles Nebraska, 31-6

    Jan 16, 2021

    #1 Iowa cemented they would be  the team to beat this year with a dominant performance against the 6th ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers.  
  2. Myles Martin Rides Ohio RTC Momentum, Kollin Moore Scraps Into Flo 8-Man

    Myles Martin Rides Ohio RTC Momentum, Kollin Moore Scraps Into Flo 8-Man

    Oct 29, 2020

    When wrestlers entered Ohio State’s Jennings Family Wrestling Facility this week, it marked the first time in more than 32 weeks that Buckeye or Ohio RTC athletes had drilled in the space. Shuttered by the University as part of its COVID-19 mitigation strategy since mid-March, the reopening of the facility was a big moment for the staff and especially for the competitors.
  3. Brock Zacherl's On-Mat Success Leads To Assistant Position With Clarion

    Brock Zacherl's On-Mat Success Leads To Assistant Position With Clarion

    Oct 23, 2020

    Brock Zacherl's social media accounts are littered with words to live by. 
  4. The Oklahoma State Fan Guide To Super 32

    The Oklahoma State Fan Guide To Super 32

    Oct 19, 2020

    Super 32 is one of the biggest high school wrestling tournaments in the country, and each year it typically features a heavy layer of Oklahoma State flavor. 
  5. What's Changed & What Hasn't Since Arujau And Mueller Wrestled In 2017

    What's Changed & What Hasn't Since Arujau And Mueller Wrestled In 2017

    Sep 11, 2020

    Vito Arujau defeated Jack Mueller 9-6 in the 2017 UWW Junior World Team Trial semifinals at 60 kg. Now, three years later, they’re meeting back up. This time at Beat the Streets.
  6. #3 Sophomore Cody Chittum Releases Top Six Schools

    #3 Sophomore Cody Chittum Releases Top Six Schools

    Sep 9, 2020

    Currently #2 at 145 and #3 on the Class of 2023 Big Board, Cody Chittum should have the eye of every college coach and fan in the country. Just a sophomore, Chittum already has a legitimate argument at the top spot at 145 lbs. The Tennessee native defeated current #1 Wyatt Henson 13-3 at 2019 Beast of the East. Henson closed out the season strong and the two will run it back and settle the dispute in Austin, Texas, on October 3rd.