The Guillotine will be naming 2018 Academic All-State Wrestlers in our May 11th issue of The Guillotine Newsmagazine and on our website. Minnesota wrestlers who are a junior or senior in high school are eligible.
Submission deadline is April 10th.
For more information and the official nomination form visit theguillotine.com/academic-all-state
All nominations must be filled out on an Official Application Form and include a photo.
Peyton McLagan of Apple Valley has committed to wrestling for Luther next season. Continue reading
The St. Cloud State University will celebrate its national championship season at the 2017-18 St. Cloud State University wrestling squad’s annual team awards banquet on Friday, April 20 from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. at the St. Cloud Holiday Inn and Suites (which is located at 75 37th Avenue South, St. Cloud, MN 56301). Continue reading
Jack Vaselaar of Winona has committed to wrestling for Augsburg next season. Continue reading
Nate Larson of Apple Valley has committed to wrestling for UW-La Crosse next season. Continue reading
IRVING, Texas – National champion Seth Gross added to his growing list of awards Wednesday by being named Big 12 Conference Wrestler of the Year. The award is determined by a vote of the conference’s head coaches. Continue reading
St. Cloud State captured its third NCAA Division II wrestling championship in Cedar Rapids, Iowa on March 8-9. On the latest episode of The Guillotine Grapevine, Huskies head wrestling coach Steve Costanzo joins the program to talk about his team’s rise to prominence in Division II and what went into the third championship in four years for St. Cloud State.
The Huskies had six All-Americans and return eight of its 10 qualifiers from 2018. What’s been the philosophy for Costanzo in his team’s titles and the 130 wins in the last 135 duals?
Listen to the Episode now: (45:55)
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MOORHEAD, Minn. – The Minnesota State University Moorhead wrestling team finished the 2017-18 season by sending an athlete to the national tournament for the eighth straight season. Junior Zach Scott finished fourth at the Super Region 3 tournament, which secured his spot at the national tournament.
Head coach Kris Nelson has sent a wrestler to the national tournament every season that he has been at MSUM.
The season started with a 52-0 win over Northland Community and Technical College. After competing at the Bison Open, the Dragons lost a close dual to crosstown rival Concordia 22-18. After competing at the UNK Open and hosting the Dragon Open, the Dragons lost to the No. 2 team in Division 3 Augsburg 35-9. Continue reading