The Super Staffs Of The NCAA
Sep 17, 2021For some time now the topic in major team sports leagues has been the formation of super teams and what they can accomplish. With the movement in coaching this summer the question should now arise: what about coaching super staffs in college wrestling? Some may come easily to mind but there are more than you may think.
New Jersey Freshman Knox Looking To 'Take Over' At Who's #1
Sep 15, 2021In a New Jersey wrestling landscape seemingly dominated by schools like Bergen Catholic and Delbarton, St. John Vianney has certainly emerged as a program to watch after back-to-back Who's #1 appearances.
The Pulse: Power 5 Women's Wrestling Is Closer Than You Think
Sep 14, 2021This story originally ran on Monday, September 14 when the addition of Iowa women's wrestling was imminent but not yet a reality. Since then, the Hawkeyes have announced their plans to add the first Power Five program in women's wrestling history.
Michigan Contingent Riding Wave Of Momentum Into Who's #1
Sep 14, 2021Michigan wrestlers have been making more noise than ever, it seems, on the national and international scenes this summer.
Top Tokyo Olympians Born the Same Year as You
Sep 3, 2021We’re still processing all the epic moments from the Tokyo Olympics, including various age related questions.
Prep Phenoms On A Collision Course At World Team Trials
Sep 1, 2021Kylie Welker noticed things were different in the days following the Olympic Trials in April. A casual visit to Farm & Fleet near her hometown of Waterford, Wisconsin, turned into a celebrity sighting of sorts.
Cal Poly Plans Are Coming Together And The Mustangs Are Trending Up
Aug 23, 2021Jon Sioredas was in his first few weeks on the job at Cal Poly in 2016 when he began mapping out a five-year plan to return the Mustangs to prominence.
Death Of High School Wrestling Legend Still Being Felt
Aug 15, 2021On top of a mountain, in a place known only by his family, are the remains of Kenny Cox. His ashes were deposited near a spot that he and his father had spent time together.
Braxton Amos Wants To Double His Chances At Junior Worlds In Russia
Aug 12, 2021Don’t try to get too philosophical with Braxton Amos about his decision to compete in both styles at the Junior World Championships in Ufa, Russia on August 16-22. Amos has a reputation for wrestling in Greco-Roman and freestyle at major domestic competitions. Just don’t ask him to get too deep about it.
Can Anything Stop New Bellarmine Coach Ned Shuck?
Aug 10, 2021Bellarmine University hired a new head wrestling coach and most aren’t paying attention. There’s no reason to pay attention, really. This is a Division II program that recently moved up to Division I — and Bellarmine won’t compete at the D1 NCAA Championships for at least two years.
Fargo Performance Puts Braeden Davis In Elite Company
Jul 30, 2021Squaring off against Illinois' Ben Aranda in the recent 113-pound junior freestyle national championship match in Fargo, ND, Braeden Davis was unleashed at the sound of the opening whistle.
Gabe Dean Thriving In New Coaching Role, Business In Home State of Michigan
Jul 23, 2021Gabe Dean is back home and thriving.
The Pulse With Andy Hamilton: Borrelli's Ready To Build
Jul 21, 2021When he slid behind the wheel on the first Saturday in June to begin the cross-country trek to his new life on the East coast, Jason Borrelli had his eyes focused on the road ahead.
How Wrestling Inspired A New Jersey Teen To Change His Life
Jul 14, 2021Max Lopez was a self-described couch potato who stood 5-foot-6 and weighed 283 pounds as a freshman at Sterling High School in New Jersey.
Kentucky Native's Unusual Path Led Him To A Cadet World Team
Jul 10, 2021When Spencer Moore flies to Budapest for the Cadet World Championships he will be the veteran on the team. Not from an experience point of view, necessarily. He has competed in single digit freestyle tournaments in his life. There’s a high probability that Moore will be the least experienced freestyle wrestler at the tournament.