#3 Junior, Rocco Welsh, Makes His College Decision
Oct 13, 2021Rocco Welsh, the #2 ranked wrestler at 170 lbs and #3 in the class of 2023, is headed to Columbus, Ohio to join the Buckeyes. The Waynesburg, PA native took to social media to announce his decision Wednesday afternoon.
#3 P4P Higher Schooler, Nic Bouzakis, Has Made His College Decision
Sep 27, 2021The Buckeyes picked up another top-10 recruit from the class of 2022 Monday morning. Nic Bouzakis, the #1 ranked 132-pounder and #3 overall pound-for-pound wrestler in the country, announced he will be continuing his wrestling career at Ohio State via Instagram.
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.
NCAA D1 Schedules For The 2021-22 Season
Sep 8, 2021All the NCAA D1 schedules for the 2021-22 season in one place!
A College Wrestling Fan's Guide To Fargo 2021
Jul 13, 2021It's Fargo time, one of the biggest high school wrestling events of the year. Which means it's also one of the biggest events of the year for college wrestling fans.
Which 2023 Prospect Should Your Team's Coach Be Calling On June 15th?
Jun 11, 2021Recruiting for college coaches is a 365 day a year job, but a couple of dates in particular stick out. One of those being June 15th, the first day that coaches can legally begin contacting rising juniors. Three top-100 recruits have already verbally committed: #1 Cody Chittum to Minnesota and #2 Christian Carroll and #21 Kannon Webster to Illinois. Don't worry Gopher and Illini fans, I've still got you covered. There are many great programs and recruits that didn't get recognition in this article, however. This isn't because those programs aren't good options for top recruits or kids worthy of recognition, but rather to keep this article to a consumable length.
Fargo Champion TJ Stewart Releases Top-Six School List
Jun 2, 20212019 Fargo champion TJ Stewart is one step closer to deciding where he will continue his academic and athletic career. The Maryland native made a big announcement Tuesday afternoon via his Instagram account listing his top-six colleges. The list consists of Penn State, Virginia Tech, Virginia, Ohio State, Michigan, and Navy.
2021 NCAA D1 Coaching Carousel
May 30, 2021Here are all the coaching changes that have occurred this offseason. Keep this page bookmarked as I will keep you up to speed with all of the changes and updates to coaching staffs across the country.
Way Too Early Lineup Look: 2021-2022 Ohio State Buckeyes
May 11, 2021Ohio State is coming off yet another top 10 finish at the NCAA Championships. Since 2007, the Buckeyes have finished in the Top 10 at the NCAA Championships in all but one season. Tom Ryan and company have turned Ohio State into one of the nation's blue blood programs, and next year the Buckeyes are once again poised for another top 10 run.
College Fan's Guide To 2021 NHSCA Nationals
Apr 22, 2021For the DI NCAA college fans, we've compiled a list of all the entrants at 2021's NHSCA Nationals who listed a single school when they signed up for the event.
Gary Traub Nearing Decision, Down To Five Schools
Apr 12, 2021As soon as the 2021 NCAA Championships came to an end in St. Louis, the transfer portal became the biggest storyline in college wrestling. Who would go in, and those who do enter, where would they end up?
5 Titles, 9 Medals On The Line In Cox vs Snyder
Mar 31, 2021Kyle Snyder and J'den Cox are two of the United States' most accomplished wrestlers, and if they square off at the Olympic Trials this weekend, it won't be for the first time. With respect to the rest of the 97 kg field, the nine World or Olympic medals, five of those gold, between Cox and Snyder makes this one of the most anticipated potential matchups of Saturday's Olympic Trials finals.
2021 NCAAs: By The Numbers
Mar 24, 2021Our annual statistical recap of the 2021 NCAA DI Wrestling Championships.
Who Gets The Horns? 165-Pound Big Ten Preview
Mar 5, 2021Soon there will be a gathering where the Big Ten 165-pounders will vie for the great prize. While the fate of humanity does not hinge on the outcome, it is still a pretty big deal. As this strange covid season of 2021 reaches the conclusion, we find Alex Marinelli as the undisputed #1 seed, despite having only wrestled in two dual meets.
There Can Be Only One: 141-Pound Big Ten Preview
Mar 5, 2021Soon there will be a gathering where the Big Ten 141-pounders will vie for the great prize. While the fate of humanity does not hinge on the outcome, it is still a pretty big deal. As this strange covid season of 2021 reaches the conclusion, we find the top four ranked wrestlers in the country all in the same conference.