Blake West of Shakopee has committed to wrestling for Northern Illinois University following his upcoming senior season.
Concordia Head coach Quincy Osborn released his recruiting class on Tuesday as the team prepares for the 2021 season.
“This is the largest and most geographically diverse recruiting class we have assembled in my time at Concordia,” Osborn said. “This group has a lot of high character guys who come to campus having excellent accolades on the mat and in the classroom.”
The incoming group of 15 student/athletes boasts wrestlers from nine different states. The geographical breakdown of the recruiting class includes Minnesota, North Dakota, Colorado, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Texas and Washington.
MANKATO, Minn. — Minnesota State wrestling coach Jim Makovsky has announced that 13 student-athletes have joined the Maverick wrestling team.
“Overall, it’s exciting to have such a large class of guys coming in together. We are confident that we’ve attracted the right type of student-athlete that will contribute to the overall mission of our program. Some of these wrestlers will be called on right away to contribute but they will all definitely make an impact on the culture of the program and raise the competitiveness within the wrestling room. We are hopeful we will wrestle this year, we’re looking forward to the season starting – whenever that is,” assistant coach Ty Eustice said.
By Tom Berg
MOORHEAD, Minn. — Minnesota State University Moorhead head wrestling coach Kris Nelson has announced the addition of eight recruits for the 2020-21 season.
“We are excited to add these eight individuals to the Dragon wrestling program and look forward to working with them and helping them achieve their goals both in the classroom and on the wrestling mat,” Nelson said. “The class is very talented and feel that they will make an immediate impact to the Dragon wrestling program.”
Here is a look at the newest Dragons: