Takedown Radio’s Scott Casber talks with the National Wrestling Coaches Association Executive Director Mike Moyer about changes to the NWCA National Duals and more.
The 2013 edition of The Guillotine Academic All-State honorees features 30 first-team members, 30 second-team members, 30 third-team members, and 41 honorable mention wrestlers.
The 2013 Jacob Curby Cup provided an exhilarating day of Greco-Roman competition with a dose of international flair.
The Curby Cup was comprised of four teams: the United States of America, Serbia, Hungary and Lithuania. All four teams competed in a dual format tournament with each team facing every team once. Continue reading at themat.com
“The Rumble on the Rails” Live Dual Meet from Historic Grand Central Terminal
USA Wrestling, NBC Sports Network and Universal Sports combine to present “The Rumble on the Rails,” live wrestling featuring the national teams from the USA, Iran and Russia, from Vanderbilt Hall in historic Grand Central Terminal in New York City on Wednesday, May 15.
Minnesota Storm wrestlers Storley, Schiller, Lehmann, and Betts qualify for World Team Trials
WATERLOO, Iowa – Champions in the Senior division earned spots at the U.S. World Team Trials with victories in the three Olympic styles at the Northern Plains Regionals this weekend. Competition was held in men’s freestyle, Greco-Roman and women’s freestyle.
In men’s freestyle, a pair of stars from the University of Minnesota competing for the Minnesota Storm earned World Team Trials berths: Logan Storley at 84 kg and Scott Schiller at 96 kg/211.5 lbs. Continue reading at themat.com
Northern Plains Freestyle Senior Regional Championships results. May 11, 2013 at Waterloo, Iowa.
Northern Plains Freestyle Junior Regional Championships results. May 11, 2013 at Waterloo, Iowa.
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The National Wrestling Coaches Association’s latest push to raise the profile of its National Duals tournament has resulted in another stalemate.
NWCA executive director Mike Moyer said Friday that the duals will likely revert back to a one-weekend event next February in New York’s Madison Square Garden, and three of the sport’s powerhouse programs won’t be in the field. It marks the third straight year the tournament has undergone some type of format change. Continue reading at www.desmoinesregister.com