One-on-One with Brandon Eggum

Brandon Eggum has been a key figure both as a competitor and coach in the University of Minnesota’s climb to national prominence in Division I college wrestling.

Eggum, a native of Sydney, Mont., was a three-time All-American (1998-2000) for the Gophers at 177/184 pounds, finishing fifth as a sophomore, runner-up as a junior, and third as a senior. He was also a two-time Big Ten champion. The Gophers finished in the top three at the NCAAs in each of Eggum’s four seasons as a starter. Following his college wrestling career, Eggum found success on the senior level in freestyle wrestling. He earned a silver medal at the 2001 World Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria. Continue reading at

Teams Announced For Wrestling’s Southern Scuffle

After a huge reception for the inaugural 2012 Southern Scuffle in Chattanooga, Mocs wrestling head coach Heath Eslinger announced the return of the event for 2013 today. The two-day tournament will again take place in McKenzie Arena on Jan. 1-2 and will attract one of the best fields of any in-season event in the nation. Continue reading at