1. Which College Won Fargo?

    Which College Won Fargo?

    Jul 22, 2021

    Of course, no college teams actually compete at Fargo. But armed with our recruiting knowledge and a set of complete men's freestyle results from Fargo, courtesy of FloArena, we can see how many points each school earned by their committed wrestlers.
  2. The Pulse With Andy Hamilton: Borrelli's Ready To Build

    The Pulse With Andy Hamilton: Borrelli's Ready To Build

    Jul 21, 2021

    When 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.
  3. Nick Suriano Is In The Transfer Portal!

    Nick Suriano Is In The Transfer Portal!

    Jul 21, 2021

    After winning the first national title for the Rutgers wrestling program, Nick Suriano has put his name in the transfer portal.  The Rutgers graduate  marked "do not contact" when putting his name in the portal.
  4. Jack & Michael Gioffre Commit To Virginia

    Jack & Michael Gioffre Commit To Virginia

    Jul 20, 2021

    The Virginia wrestling program just got stronger with the additions of Jack and Michael Gioffre, the #48 and #63 recruits in the class of 2022. The Buchanan High School products will be taking their talents from California to the east coast to join Steve Garland and company.
  5. Ohio Leads Team Race After Day 1 Of Junior Freestyle

    Ohio Leads Team Race After Day 1 Of Junior Freestyle

    Jul 19, 2021

    Pennsylvania, Illinois, Minnesota, and Iowa were the main teams being talked about for the Junior freestyle team title, but it’s actually Ohio in the “lead” after day one. I put lead in quotation marks because there have zero actual team points scored. Only All-Americans score points, but the lead is based on front-side wrestlers.
  6. Minnesota Narrows 16U Team Race Heading Into Finals

    Minnesota Narrows 16U Team Race Heading Into Finals

    Jul 19, 2021

    First things first, a correction from yesterday’s team race update: for the first time the scoring is not 8 points for 1st place and 1 point for 8th place, but 25-20-15-12-9-7-5-2 points placing 1-8 in that order. Since we are now through all but the finals on the front side and to the consi round of 4 on the backside, we have actual team points to tally.