1. 21 World & Olympic Medals Make This Women's Final X Field Deep As Ever

    21 World & Olympic Medals Make This Women's Final X Field Deep As Ever

    May 27, 2022

    The women’s field at Final X is loaded with credentials. Is it the best Final X field ever? Take a look at the numbers and decide for yourself. This year's line-up includes five of six 202One Olympians and six of 10 members of the 2021 World team. Six-time World champion Adeline Gray, who is pregnant with twins, is the only member of the Olympic team not competing.
  2. 2022 Iowa State Tournament College Guide

    2022 Iowa State Tournament College Guide

    Feb 14, 2022

    There will be a total of 36 wrestlers competing in Wells Fargo Arena this weekend who have already signed to compete at the next level. While Div I leads the way with 28 wrestlers, and Iowa leads all teams with 10 recruits, all five levels of college wrestling will be represented.
  3. Women's Weekly: National Duals Fever

    Women's Weekly: National Duals Fever

    Jan 2, 2022

    Get ready for fireworks!
  4. Women's Weekly: Everything Women's Wrestling

    Women's Weekly: Everything Women's Wrestling

    Dec 23, 2021

    Lori Ayres is starting a new video podcast on FloWrestling called “Everything Women’s Wrestling.” Ayres is the co-founder of Division I women’s wrestling, an organization working to educate, grow, and support women who want to wrestle at the Division I level.
  5. Women's Weekly: College Season Off To Strong Start

    Women's Weekly: College Season Off To Strong Start

    Nov 23, 2021

    It was an eventful week with Iowa naming a head women’s wrestling coach and the Missouri Valley Open taking place on November 19-20. We have all of that and more in this edition of Women’s Wrestling Weekly.
  6. 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.