1. All-MAC Team: 165-285 pounds

    All-MAC Team: 165-285 pounds

    Apr 23, 2021

    Great expectations surrounded Keegan O’Toole as he set foot on Missouri’s campus late last summer.
  2. Bill Zadick Takes Inventory After The Olympic Trials

    Bill Zadick Takes Inventory After The Olympic Trials

    Apr 21, 2021

    Bill Zadick was USA Wrestling’s men’s freestyle coach-in-waiting the last time the United States assembled an Olympic Team. 

  3. All-MAC Team: 125-157 pounds

    All-MAC Team: 125-157 pounds

    Apr 21, 2021

    Oh, the fireworks Jesse Dellavecchia delivered.
  4. Why Watch The Asian Championships

    Why Watch The Asian Championships

    Apr 16, 2021

    Men’s Freestyle starts early morning Saturday, April 17th, at the Asian Championships. Qualifying rounds are from 1:30am-4:30am (ET) and medal matches are set to start at 8:00am (ET). The weights will be split into two days, but the schedule will remain the same for each day. Saturday will start with 57, 65, 70, 79 and 97. The remaining weights - 61, 74, 86, 92, and 125 will compete Sunday. While the tournament is happening on the other side of the world, and probably during the time you usually sleep, there are a few reasons you should watch the Asian Championships if you’re a wrestling fan.

  5. Cornell Dealing With A Double Dean Departure

    Cornell Dealing With A Double Dean Departure

    Apr 9, 2021

    For the better part of the past decade, Rob Koll could turn to one family to fill the 184-pound slot in the Cornell lineup and perform at a high level. 

  6. A Dozen Interesting Facts And Figures From The Olympic Trials

    A Dozen Interesting Facts And Figures From The Olympic Trials

    Apr 8, 2021

    Gable Steveson connected on his shots with supreme efficiency. Thomas Gilman controlled the center of the mat and cashed in on the edge. Adeline Gray feasted on top without her bread-and-butter turn.