1. On The Brink Of History: Burroughs Stares Down Smith's All-Time Record

    On The Brink Of History: Burroughs Stares Down Smith's All-Time Record

    Sep 23, 2021

    From the beginning, Jordan Burroughs boldly claimed he was chasing down John Smith’s domestic record of six World and Olympic gold medals. His @alliseeisgold Twitter handle — created in January of 2011 — reinforced his belief that he would get there.
  2. Breaking: Iowa Adds Women's Wrestling

    Breaking: Iowa Adds Women's Wrestling

    Sep 23, 2021

    Iowa dropped a historic and sport-changing news release Thursday morning with the announcement that it will launch a women’s wrestling program, becoming the first Power Five conference school to adopt the emerging sport.
  3. The Pulse: A Look Inside The Fight To Revive Fresno State Wrestling

    The Pulse: A Look Inside The Fight To Revive Fresno State Wrestling

    Sep 22, 2021

    The Pulse with Andy Hamilton is a look at the hot topics and interesting angles in wrestling. This week's edition takes a dive into Fresno State's decision to drop wrestling just four years after the Bulldogs returned to the mat and the ongoing fight to revive the program.
  4. Hawkeyes Land Ben Kueter As Dual-Sport Commit

    Hawkeyes Land Ben Kueter As Dual-Sport Commit

    Sep 19, 2021

    Four-sport prep star Ben Kueter has committed to both wrestle and play football for the Iowa Hawkeyes. The high school junior is currently the #4 ranked 220-pounder in the nation.
  5. The Pulse: Power 5 Women's Wrestling Is Closer Than You Think

    The Pulse: Power 5 Women's Wrestling Is Closer Than You Think

    Sep 14, 2021

    This 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.
  6. WWE Or NCAA? Gable Forges His Own Way

    WWE Or NCAA? Gable Forges His Own Way

    Sep 9, 2021

    Gable Steveson's next steps have been argued over at length, and he's done a masterful job of building they hype around his future. NCAA wrestling, the WWE, and MMA have all appeared to be viable paths for the 2021 Olympic and NCAA Champion. He's even flirted with the idea of firing up a football career. At long last, we know what the 21 year old phenom plans to do next, and it's not what many people expected.
  7. NCAA D1 Schedules For The 2021-22 Season

    NCAA D1 Schedules For The 2021-22 Season

    Sep 8, 2021

    All the NCAA D1 schedules for the 2021-22 season in one place!
  8. The Pulse With Andy Hamilton: Jordan Burroughs Has Something To Prove

    The Pulse With Andy Hamilton: Jordan Burroughs Has Something To Prove

    Sep 7, 2021

    The Pulse with Andy Hamilton is a look at the hot topics and interesting angles in wrestling. This week’s edition features Jordan Burroughs and his quest to recapture the real estate atop the World podium and a D3 program in New York that’s cleaning up.
  9. ASU Restructures Coaching Staff

    ASU Restructures Coaching Staff

    Sep 1, 2021

    Arizona State coach Zeke Jones restructured his coaching staff Tuesday, moving Mark Perry into a full-time role with the Sunkist Wrestling Club and bringing in Eric Thompson to fill his place as the volunteer assistant with the Sun Devils.
  10. The Pulse With Andy Hamilton: The Whirlwind To Two World Medals

    The Pulse With Andy Hamilton: The Whirlwind To Two World Medals

    Aug 30, 2021

    The Pulse with Andy Hamilton is a look at the hot topics and interesting takes in wrestling. This week's edition features Braxton Amos' historic performance at the Junior World Championships, remembers the two wrestlers who were killed during Thursday's terrorist attack in Afghanistan and contains a note on a Fargo finalist who picked up a Big Ten football offer this past weekend.
  11. Oklahoma Adds Another Blue-Chip Recruit

    Oklahoma Adds Another Blue-Chip Recruit

    Aug 25, 2021

    Oklahoma fortified its future lineups last year by reeling in a pair of blue-chip prospects to slot into the middle and back end of its order.
  12. Cal Poly Plans Are Coming Together And The Mustangs Are Trending Up

    Cal Poly Plans Are Coming Together And The Mustangs Are Trending Up

    Aug 23, 2021

    Jon 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.
  13. LIVE From Russia: Day 7 Junior Worlds Updates

    LIVE From Russia: Day 7 Junior Worlds Updates

    Aug 22, 2021

    It's here. The final day of the Junior World Championships from Ufa, Russia. Follow along as Jr. freestyle World champ Braxton Amos wrestles for a bronze medal.
  14. Braxton Amos Wants To Double His Chances At Junior Worlds In Russia

    Braxton Amos Wants To Double His Chances At Junior Worlds In Russia

    Aug 12, 2021

    Don’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.
  15. Can Anything Stop New Bellarmine Coach Ned Shuck?

    Can Anything Stop New Bellarmine Coach Ned Shuck?

    Aug 10, 2021

    Bellarmine 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.