John O. Peterson provides fans with another video interview on Nov. 19. This time, Peterson sits down to talk with #2 St. Cloud State University wrestling assistant coach Tyson Reiner.
Reiner talks about the Huskies’ first two appearances at open tournaments in 2012-13. Continue reading
By Craig Sesker USA Wrestling
There are a number of reasons why 66-year-old J Robinson is having so much fun coaching right now.
Working with young men like junior Tony Nelson is near the top of the list.
The massive 6-foot-4 Nelson not only is a returning NCAA champion who placed fifth at the 2012 University World Championships in freestyle wrestling. Continue reading at www.themat.com
By Scott Chipman Big Ten
Park Ridge, Ill.— The Big Ten Council of Presidents/Chancellors (COP/C) announced unanimous approval today for the University of Maryland to join the Big Ten Conference effective July 1, 2014, with competition to begin in all sports for the 2014-15 academic year. The University of Maryland also looks forward to joining the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC), a consortium of world-class research institutions dedicated to advancing their academic missions. Continue reading
WASHINGTON D.C. – Wrestling fans across the country who did not have the opportunity to experience the 47thNWCA All-Star Classic presented by The United States Marine Corps live or want to relive the excitement will have eleven chances to view the event compliments of Fox College Sports.
Eight installments will be broadcast via Fox College Sports Pacific and three installments will be broadcast via Fox College Sports Atlantic. Continue reading
Six Ole wrestlers placed at the Brute-Adidas Open on Saturday. Gold Division placers for St. Olaf were Wesley Azariah (6th place -125 pounds), Thomas Mork (5th – 149), Jake Bohler (4th – 157), and James Roach (2nd – 174). in the Silver Division Adam Woitalla placed 6th at 141 pounds and Ryan Williamson placed third at 197 pounds. Continue reading
MOORHEAD, Minn. — Senior All-American Tom Bouressa led an impressive Concordia charge at the annual Finn Grinaker Cobber Invite on Saturday. Bouressa won the 285-lb weight class and in the process beat a pair of top wrestlers from NCAA Division I schools. Continue reading