SCSU Adds Three More

St. Cloud, Minn. – St. Cloud State University head wrestling coach Steve Costanzo announced three more additions to an already strong 2021 recruiting class. Blake Cushing (Grand Island, NE), Isaac Grams (Bloomington, MN), and Matt Hogue (St. Peter, MN) all signed National Letters of Intents with the Huskies.

“These three individuals are highly decorated student-athletes,” Costanzo said. “We are very excited about their skill level, character, and academic abilities. They will make great additions to an already talented group of Huskies.”

The three stand-outs will join Augustus Donovan (Richland Center, WI), Anthony Herrera (Stansbury Park, UT), Tyson Meyer (Glenwood, MN), and Nicholas Novak (New Prague, MN) who all signed with SCSU earlier this month.

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Nagel signs letter to wrestle for Gophers

With the current season on pause, Little Falls senior wrestler Gabe Nagel focused his eyes even further in the future.

Nagel signed his letter of intent to wrestle at Division I University of Minnesota, Nov. 17.

“Now signing and making it official, it is definitely starting to feel more real,” Nagel said. “I’ll be a Gopher in a year, and I’ll be down there wearing the maroon and gold. It is kind of a cool feeling.”

Nagel had verbally committed to the Gophers prior to last winter. It was following a Class 3A State Title as a sophomore in 2019. Nagel has been training with the Gophers for nearly a year now, and though practices have been different, due to COVID-19, Nagel said that the Gophers have been there for him. Continue reading at hometownsource.com →

Vacura officially pins his spot to NDSU

In recent years, Gator Head Wrestling Coach Isaac Novacek just knew his team was in good shape to win a dual if it led going into the 220-pound weight class. Why?

He was sending out a now two-time state champion Dominik Vacura.

Unlike those Gator dual victory chances going into 220, it chances of wrestling this winter are not as certain. Regardless of what happens this winter, it is certain that Vacura, a senior, will be taking his wrestling talents to North Dakota State University in Fargo next year after signing his letter of intent to wrestle for the NSDU Bison, a Division I program, in the Greenbush-Middle River School gym on November 18. Continue reading at page1publications.com →