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  1. 57kg Mercenaries Could Swing The RTC Cup

    57kg Mercenaries Could Swing The RTC Cup

    Dec 1, 2020

    Every match at the RTC Cup could be the difference in which team wins these highly competitive duals. This was incentive enough for four of the six RTCs to pick up 57kg wrestlers for their rosters in the weeks leading up to the event.

  2. Peyton Craft Flips Commitment From Princeton To Cornell

    Peyton Craft Flips Commitment From Princeton To Cornell

    Nov 20, 2020

    Blair Academy senior and National Prep finalist Peyton Craft announced via Instagram Friday morning that he has flipped his college commitment from one Ivy League school to another.

  3. The RTC Cup Pools And Schedule Are Set

    The RTC Cup Pools And Schedule Are Set

    Nov 20, 2020

    Six of the best wrestling clubs in America will compete for over $200,000 in prize money. The FloWrestling RTC Cup Presented by Titan Mercury Wrestling Club is here!

  4. What Canceled Ivy League Mean For NCAA Wrestling

    What Canceled Ivy League Mean For NCAA Wrestling

    Nov 17, 2020

    Last week's announcement that the Ivy League is canceling winter sports is, first of all, sad, but after the emotional smoke has cleared, that announcement also changes the landscape of college wrestling for the 2020-2021 season. According to our rankings in May, Cornell was the #2 team in the country, and Princeton was #14. The Ivy League combined to represent over 10% of the total available team points at NCAAs. So what happens to those points, and who wins the most?

  5. Ivy League Cancels Wrestling, Winter Sports

    Ivy League Cancels Wrestling, Winter Sports

    Nov 13, 2020

    Earlier this evening, news broke on Twitter that the Ivy League has decided to cancel winter sports as a result of COVID-19. This impacts wrestling significantly as Ivy League programs are staples at the NCAA Championships. Cornell is currently the #2 ranked team in the country, and Princeton is inside the top 15. 

  6. 'Not Going To Waste Opportunities,' Gabe Dean Comes Out of Retirement

    'Not Going To Waste Opportunities,' Gabe Dean Comes Out of Retirement

    Oct 29, 2020

    After Gabe Dean's impressive career at Cornell came to a close, he didn't have the spark to compete. It was time to move into coaching full time. But the recent loss of a close uncle reminded him that life is short. Now, he's coming back to the mat and taking advantage of the opportunities in front of him.