Minnesota adds UNI Open to 2021-22 Schedule

The new addition to the upcoming slate will be one of four tournaments for Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS – The University of Minnesota wrestling team will add another tournament to the 2021-22 slate, as the program announced Wednesday morning that the UNI Open has been added to the schedule for the upcoming season.

The UNI Open is scheduled to take place on Saturday, December 11 inside the UNI Dome in Cedar Falls, Iowa. The tournament will act as one of four tournaments for the Gophers this season.

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Bison Announce 2021-22 Schedule

FARGO, N.D. – The North Dakota State wrestling program and head coach Roger Kish announced the full schedule for the 2021-22 season Friday morning. The Bison schedule will feature nine Big 12 matchups, as well as trips to New York and Tennessee.

The Bison will open up the season with three straight events at home, including a season-opening dual against future Big 12 member California Baptist on November 6 at the Scheels Center.

North Dakota State will host Missouri in the first Big 12 matchup of the year on November 11, before hosting the Bison Open two days later on November 13.

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Jackrabbit Schedule Set

Seven home dates and three road duals against teams that placed in the top 10 at last season’s NCAA Championships highlight South Dakota State’s 2021-22 wrestling schedule that was announced Thursday.

The Jackrabbits are scheduled to open the season Nov. 13 at the Bison Open in Fargo, North Dakota, before hosting a pair of events the next weekend. SDSU, which posted a 5-6 dual mark in an abbreviated 2020-21 campaign, is slated to welcome Augustana and Northern State to Frost Arena for a dual triangular Nov. 19, followed by the Daktronics Open Nov. 21.

To close out the calendar year and ring in 2022, SDSU is set to wrestle at a pair of Big Ten opponents while also squaring off against elite competition at some of the top tournaments in the country. The Jackrabbits travel Nov. 28 to Minnesota and Dec. 18 to Nebraska for duals, with the tournament slate for the team’s top wrestlers consisting of the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational (Dec. 3-4) and the Southern Scuffle in Chattanooga, Tennessee (Jan. 1-2).

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Minnesota Wrestling Unveils 2021-22 Schedule

The Golden Gophers will host six home duals in Maturi Pavilion this upcoming season

MINNEAPOLIS – The University of Minnesota wrestling program released this season’s full schedule on Wednesday morning, as the Gopher campaign begins Nov. 13 and will feature six home duals at Maturi Pavilion in Minnesota’s sixth year under head coach Brandon Eggum.

Start times, TV and streaming coverage, single-game and season tickets will all be announced at a later date. The 2021-22 wrestling schedule is subject to change.

The Gophers will see its first action at the year at the Bison Open in Fargo, N.D., on Nov. 13, while the first dual of the season will see another rendition of a storied college wrestling rivalry, as the Maroon & Gold will square off against Oklahoma State in a home showdown on Nov. 20.

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2021-22 Big Ten Wrestling Schedule Announced

ROSEMONT, Ill. – The Big Ten Conference office announced the dates and opponents for the 2021-22 wrestling season Wednesday. The schedule features eight conference duals for each of the 14 Big Ten programs and concludes with the 2022 Big Ten Wrestling Championships, to be held over the first weekend in March at Nebraska.

All 14 teams will open Big Ten action Jan. 7-17. On opening night, Jan. 7, reigning Big Ten Champion Iowa will play host to Minnesota, while Big Ten Dual Meet Co-Champion Penn State will travel to Maryland. Indiana will open its conference slate against Rutgers in Piscataway, N.J., Northwestern will visit Wisconsin, and Purdue will travel to Nebraska. The following weekend (Jan. 14-17), Illinois and Michigan will make their conference season debuts by traveling to Rutgers and Ohio State, respectively.

The final regular-season dual will take place Feb. 20, with Nebraska hosting the defending Big Ten Dual Meet Co-Champion Iowa.

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