1. Women's Weekly: Fargo Fever

    Women's Weekly: Fargo Fever

    Jul 21, 2022

    The past week has been filled with women’s wrestling news — and all of it is exciting. Here are the highlights.
  2. Wartburg Prevails In Closest D3 Race Since 1993

    Wartburg Prevails In Closest D3 Race Since 1993

    Mar 13, 2022

    Wartburg has taken virtually every possible path to the top of the Division III mountain during the past three decades, but the Knights have never won quite the way they did Saturday.
  3. Wartburg Grabs D3 Lead After Dominant Day 1 Performance

    Wartburg Grabs D3 Lead After Dominant Day 1 Performance

    Mar 12, 2022

    Wartburg nearly ran the table Friday, winning 14 of its 15 matches while racing to the front of the pack at the Division III NCAA Championships.
  4. Multi-Divisional Insider: Anti-Popcorn Stance Driving Briggs' Title Pursuit

    Multi-Divisional Insider: Anti-Popcorn Stance Driving Briggs' Title Pursuit

    Feb 24, 2022

    Wartburg College’s Kyle Briggs, ranked No. 1 at 184 by Flowrestling, has been one of the most exciting Division III wrestlers in the country over the past three years.
  5. Multi-Divisional Insider: Loras Connects On 'Hail Mary' To Add Gremmel

    Multi-Divisional Insider: Loras Connects On 'Hail Mary' To Add Gremmel

    Feb 10, 2022

    T.J. Miller called it a ‘Hail Mary’ reach.
  6. Multi-Divisional Insider: Battle Of The Burgs Is Back

    Multi-Divisional Insider: Battle Of The Burgs Is Back

    Jan 27, 2022

    One of the fiercest rivalries in college wrestling resumes Thursday after a one-year absence.
  7. Multi-Divisional Insider: The History Of Two Decades Of Desert Duals

    Multi-Divisional Insider: The History Of Two Decades Of Desert Duals

    Dec 9, 2021

    It started with a conversation at a 30-year high school reunion in 2001.
  8. Women's Weekly: Historic Tournament Still Producing Results

    Women's Weekly: Historic Tournament Still Producing Results

    Nov 17, 2021

    It’s fun to look back now that the Women’s Collegiate Wrestling Association (WCWA) and its end-of-year national tournament will likely disband. This was THE women’s national collegiate wrestling championship that counted for years since it combined schools from every division.