Juliana Alejandro Signs With Tiffin University
May 24, 2023Tiffin University coach Chandler Minnard should be excited about who he just signed. If past history has its say, then the Dragons will breathe fire on the mat next season.
Brackets Released For National Collegiate Women's Wrestling Championships
Feb 25, 2023It's time to get excited for the 2023 National Collegiate Women's Wrestling Championships in Cedar Rapids, Iowa on March 3-4. FloWrestling is streaming the entire tournament, so be sure to tune in live.
National Champion Oliva Shore Transfers To McKendree
Feb 16, 2023McKendree isn't sitting idly by waiting for another team to take its title. The reigning three-time national collegiate champions just picked up another key transfer following a massive recruiting hall.
Women's Brackets For NWCA National Duals Are Here!
Jan 6, 2023The NWCA National Duals is January 6-7 in Louisville, Kentucky, and brackets for both divisions have dropped. King University enter as the top seed after winning the event last year but they are missing a 191-pounder so the Tornado will have an open weight for every dual.
Women's Weekly: 15-Year-Old Wins Midlands
Jan 4, 2023Carley Ceshker just won the Midlands Championships as a freshman — in high school.
Women's Weekly: The Rise Of Adaugo Nwachukwu
Dec 19, 2022Adaugo Nwachukwu's wrestling journey seems nearly impossible. Nwachukwu left Nigeria for California in 2018 and found the sport as a sophomore. She expected rings and ropes but realized quickly that high school wrestling was far different than the theatrics seen on television.
Women's Weekly: North Central Out In Front
Dec 6, 2022North Central proved yet again why it has the top NCAA women’s college wrestling team in the land. The Cardinals dismantled a short-handed but powerful Augsburg team on Saturday, December 3 during a battle of top-five teams.
Fresh Pound-For-Pound Women's College Rankings Are Here!
Dec 1, 2022Below are the second pound-for-pound rankings of the women’s collegiate wrestling season, which includes all divisions. Off-season results from the past year factored into the rankings but the most recent college results — especially the Missouri Valley Open — weighed heaviest.
Women's Weekly: Missouri Valley Invite Is Upon Us
Nov 15, 2022Clear your calendar. The biggest and toughest women’s college wrestling tournament of the year is November 18-19.
Women's Weekly: 2022-23 College Season Is Underway
Nov 8, 2022The women’s college season is in full swing with several top teams competing over the weekend. Keep up to date with all the happenings and check out FloWrestling’s latest pound-for-pound women’s rankings below.
Jesse Mendez Is Taking Out All-Americans His First Time Out
Nov 6, 2022True freshman, Jesse Mendez, talks about his high wrestling IQ and dealing with the super stingy Lucas Byrd.
Michigan State Open Entries Released
Nov 3, 2022It's wrestling season! The Michigan State Open is always one of the marquee opening weekend tournaments and this year is no different.
What 2 Watch 4: Opening Weekend
Nov 2, 2022Wrestling season is here! We've already had two D1 duals and there are a bunch more on tap + some great tournaments this weekend. Opening weekend is an exciting time to see who made jumps in the off-season and who is still isn't in postseason shape yet. Below are all the events going down this weekend plus the five things we'll be zeroing in on.
Where Every Ranked Wrestler Is Set To Compete On Week 1 Of NCAA Wrestling
Oct 31, 2022NCAA wrestling season is here! Check out every single event on this week's calendar with a list of all the ranked wrestlers we could see in action at each event. Please note that not every ranked wrestler will end up competing, but at least we know where their teams are scheduled to wrestle. We have links to previews and where applicable along with links to watch live for events on FloWrestling. All times listed are Eastern Standard Time.
Who Just Beat Carson Kharchla At Ohio State Wrestle-Offs?
Oct 28, 2022The most notable result in all of this season’s wrestle-offs in D1 wrestling happened at Ohio State last night when Buckeye junior Bryce Hepner took out All-American Carson Kharchla.