Robb thriving as redshirt at Nebraska

Peyton Robb competes with the same mindset every time he steps on the wrestling mat.

“If I’m not scoring points,” he said, “I’m wasting my time.”

Robb hasn’t wasted much time during his redshirt season at the University of Nebraska.

He’s compiled a 22-3 record in open tournaments at 157 pounds. He’s used an aggressive, attacking style to score bonus points in a majority of his wins. He’s recorded three pins, five technical falls and five major decisions. Continue reading at intermatwrestle.com

Gable Steveson named to ASICS America Boys First Team for third time

McKee and Kerkvliet named to 2nd Team; Robb 3rd Team; Lloyd and Kennedy HM

ASICS America Corporation is pleased to announce the 33rd annual ASICS Boys All-America Wrestling Team, and honors senior Gable Steveson (285) of Apple Valley (Minn.) and junior Adam Busiello (126) of Eastport (N.Y.) Eastport-South Manor as repeat First Team selections.

The ASICS All-America Team, selected by a nationwide panel of wrestling experts, is the only national all-star team for which wrestlers enrolled in all four high-school grades are eligible.

The ASICS All-America Team includes eight wrestlers at each of the 14 high school weight classes – the First, Second, and Third Teams and five Honorable Mention selections. To be considered, a wrestler must have competed during the scholastic season, and all team members were selected at the weight class at which they competed, or would have competed, in their state tournament or the National Prep Championships this year. Continue reading

Jackrabbits sign four for wrestling

Three Minnesota state champions commit to SDSU

BROOKINGS, S.D. – The South Dakota State University wrestling team loaded up on talent in the lower and middle weights, signing four high school standouts Wednesday to National Letters of Intent.

“This is one of the best classes we’ve ever brought in, not only for the wrestling but for the people they are, the programs they come from and the goals they have set for themselves,” Jackrabbit head coach Chris Bono said. “We’re excited to get going with these guys and to continue to build on the things we’ve done here so far.” Continue reading