1. Jordan Leen Hired As New Head Coach At Brown

    Jordan Leen Hired As New Head Coach At Brown

    Jun 13, 2022

    The coaching carousel has been uncharacteristically slow this offseason, and now one of the few NCAA Division I head coach openings has just been filled, as Jordan Leen has just been named the new head coach at Brown University.
  2. All-American Michael Beard Lands At Lehigh

    All-American Michael Beard Lands At Lehigh

    May 4, 2022

    NCAA All-American Michael Beard announced on social media today that he will transfer to Lehigh University.
  3. 118th EIWA Championship Preview + Predictions

    118th EIWA Championship Preview + Predictions

    Mar 3, 2022

    The Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association, America's oldest wrestling conference, is holding its 118th championship in Ithaca, New York this weekend. Here's what you need to know!
  4. 2022 EIWA Championship Preseeds Released

    2022 EIWA Championship Preseeds Released

    Mar 1, 2022

    Preseeds for the 2022 EIWA Championships have been released. Brackets will be finalized in Ithaca before the first whistle this Saturday, March 5, with the finals scheduled for March 6.
  5. Army vs Navy: EIWA Dual Of The Week

    Army vs Navy: EIWA Dual Of The Week

    Feb 17, 2022

    Dual meet season has flown by so make sure you take full advantage of the duals still scheduled before we hit March. The Superbowl is in the rearview so you've no excuse to not watch during the post-NFL season interum!
  6. Lehigh vs Princeton: EIWA Dual Of The Week

    Lehigh vs Princeton: EIWA Dual Of The Week

    Feb 9, 2022

    The Penultimate weekend for dual meets and the last major weekend for intra-EIWA matchups. Which means heaps of Eastern heat is being served up. Check out some of the matchups we're most excited about and links to help you watch them!
  7. Cornell vs Princeton: EIWA Dual Of The Week

    Cornell vs Princeton: EIWA Dual Of The Week

    Feb 3, 2022

    Another action-packed, seam-bursting, screen-exploding weekend of EIWA dual meets is upon us!
  8. Columbia vs Binghamton: EIWA Dual Of The Week

    Columbia vs Binghamton: EIWA Dual Of The Week

    Jan 26, 2022

    We're in the thick of it now. Dual meet season that is!
  9. Bucknell vs Drexel: EIWA Dual Of The Week

    Bucknell vs Drexel: EIWA Dual Of The Week

    Jan 19, 2022

    The dual meet season is heating up all around the country, and the EIWA Conference is no exception.
  10. EIWA's Week 11 Cavalcade Of Superstars

    EIWA's Week 11 Cavalcade Of Superstars

    Jan 13, 2022

    It's mid-January, which means we're in the throes of dual meet season. So let's take a look at all the excellent EIWA action coming our way!
  11. Five Reasons To Watch Cornell vs Lehigh

    Five Reasons To Watch Cornell vs Lehigh

    Jan 7, 2022

    Two of the EIWA's elite battle in Bethlehem as the Mountain Hawks host Cornell. Here are five reasons why you need to tune in to watch live.
  12. 5 Reasons To Watch Army vs Rutgers This Friday

    5 Reasons To Watch Army vs Rutgers This Friday

    Dec 9, 2021

    No one has started off the 2021-22 season with a more intrepid schedule than Army West Point. This Friday the Black Knights make it four away duals at Power 5 conference campuses in a row in the EIWA Dual of the Week.
  13. Match Notes: Iowa vs. Princeton

    Match Notes: Iowa vs. Princeton

    Nov 20, 2021

    Good evening from Carver-Hawkeye Arena. It’s been 636 days since Iowa last wrestled in front of its home crowd, but we’ll have a full house tonight with more than 14,000 expected to be on hand for the season opener for both squads.
  14. 5 Reasons To Watch Drexel's Home Opener Vs Purdue

    5 Reasons To Watch Drexel's Home Opener Vs Purdue

    Nov 5, 2021

    Already it's that time. Can you believe it? Dual meets are here. Tournaments are too. We've got a regular season starting right now. How nice is that?
  15. Cornell Tabs Mike Grey As Rob Koll's Replacement

    Cornell Tabs Mike Grey As Rob Koll's Replacement

    May 30, 2021

    Cornell didn’t look long or far to find Rob Koll’s replacement. The Big Red acted quickly and stayed in-house, replacing their longtime leader with his top understudy.