Early Line-up Look: Virginia Tech Hokies
Sep 13, 2022Head coach: Tony Robie
Expect Chaos In Charlottesville: ACC Preview & Predictions
Mar 4, 2022Nearly two-thirds of the starters in the ACC will be headed to Detroit. In other words, this conference has an extremely high concentration of talent, and every match will matter.
Five Fire Scuffle QF Matchups You Must Watch
Jan 1, 2022The Southern Scuffle is humming along in Chattanooga as the first day of 2022 brings with it another slate of excellent college wrestling.
Southern Scuffle Preseeds Are Out
Dec 31, 2021It's New Yera's Eve! Which means it's also the eve of the Southern Scuffle! Which means it's about that time to check out the preseeds to this prestigious annual college tournament!
Southern Scuffle Upperweight Preview & Predictions
Dec 29, 2021It's nearly 2022, and what better way to put 2021 in the rear view than by watching a rad wrestling tournament. Thankfully, the Southern Scuffle is here with another edition of this annual tradition.
Hawkeyes Sending 15 To Scuffle
Dec 29, 2021The Iowa Hawkeye's holiday tournament saga final turn will land them in Chattanooga, Tennessee, at the 2022 Southern Scuffle. With the cancelation of the Midlands Championships and then the cancelation of the Hawkeye Open, the Hawks needed somewhere to get their nonstarters matches and the Scuffle accepted them in.
Southern Scuffle Lightweight Preview & Predictions
Dec 29, 2021The Southern Scuffle is always an exciting way to kickoff the start of the year and it will all start with the lightweights. With 20 ranked wrestlers in the bottom three weights alone, Southern Scuffle will be must watch TV for all college wrestling fans.
Southern Scuffle Middleweight Preview & Predictions
Dec 28, 2021The Southern Scuffle will feature some of the best middleweights the country has to offer! Take a look below at a detailed breakdown and prediction of the action that will take place in Chattanooga from 149-174 pounds.
Full Southern Scuffle Registration List
Dec 28, 2021Every New Year's Day, the Southern Scuffle kicks off the beginning of the year with an electrifying lineup that produces some of the year's top collegiate matches. The 2022 Southern Scuffle will be no different. Check out the full registration list here with ranked wrestlers at the top of each weight class, and get ready to kick back, relax, and ring in the only way we know-how.
184 lbs At NCAAs Is Sure To Be Chaotic
Mar 17, 2021Both the ACC and Big Ten have no shortage of top 184-pounders, and we'll finally get to see them all in one bracket. Throw in the beasts from the remaining conferences, and baby, you got a stew goin.
Week Eight Hodge Trophy Rankings Update
Feb 16, 2021Two weeks after releasing our first set Dan Hodge Trophy rankings, we have our first updated set! Three wrestlers from the first set; Logan Massa, Noah Adams, and Boo Lewallen, took losses and were taken out. Previous #9, Mekhi Lewis, injury defaulted in the third period after trailing the entire match to Jake Wentzel, so he was shown the door as well.
Match Notes: #9 Virginia Tech Fends Off Scrappy Campbell In Season Opener
Jan 2, 2021The 9th ranked Virginia Tech Hokies held off a tough Campbell squad in Scotti Sentes debut as head coach of Campbell.
The 2020 Flo NCAA Award For Breakout Performance Of The Year
Apr 20, 2020Nobody got the ending they wanted from the 2019-20 season. Covid-19 canceled the NCAA Championship Tournament, truncating a superb season before it could be properly concluded. But that doesn't mean we can't honor the extraordinary efforts the student-athletes put forth on the mat.
#2 Bolen vs #6 DePrez Headline Virginia Tech vs Binghamton
Jan 16, 2020On Saturday, Virginia Tech travels to New York where they will have a dual with Binghamton. While the dual will have plenty of action, the marquee matchup will happen at 184 between rivals #2 Hunter Bolen and #6 Lou DePrez.
2020 Redshirt Report: 184 Pounds
Aug 6, 2019Like a Red Barchetta, cruising down the highway, a new NCAA season is coming barrelling at us, bringing a whole new set of wrestlers who missed last season due to deferred eligibility, injuries, or something else, but who are now ready to take their place in the varsity lineup.