DII/DIII National Duals Brackets Released

The 2012 NWCA/Cliff Keen National Duals Presented by Hibiclens and The Marines has announced the brackets for the event taking place on January 7-8 at the Prairie Capital Convention Center in Springfield, Illinois. Continue reading at nwcaonline.com


#3 St. Cloud State Wrestling to Face Top Competition on Dec. 31

St. Cloud State will travel to the Grand Canyon Duals on Dec. 31 in Phoenix, Ariz. This tournament is hosted by Grand Canyon University. SCSU will compete in four duals on the day starting against California Baptist. The remainder of the day includes matches against #18 Colorado Mesa, #8 Mercyhurst and host #5 Grand Canyon. Fans can watch the match against Grand Canyon live on the American One Pay Per View service at http://www.b2livetv.com/partner_members.asp?id=28.

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Tad Merritt named NSIC Wrestler of the Week

St. Cloud State University senior Tad Merritt (Canby/Canby H.S.) has been selected as the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Wrestler of the Week on Dec. 12. A team captain for the Huskies in 2011-12, Merritt earned the honor thanks to his first place finish in the 174-pound division at the 2011 Holiday Inn Husky Open on Dec. 10 in St. Cloud, Minn.

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SCSU host to Husky Open

The St. Cloud State wrestling team is host to the 41st Holiday Inn Husky Open today at the Halenbeck Hall Fieldhouse.

The Open begins at 9 a.m. The Open includes Minnesota, North Dakota State, Minnesota State-Mankato, Minnesota State-Moorhead, Southwest Minnesota State, St. John’s, Mary, Wisconsin-Parkside, Concordia-Moorhead, Indianapolis, Iowa Lakes and Augsburg. Continue reading at sctimes.com

St. Cloud State Wrestling Moves to #3 in Latest Division II National Poll

EDMOND, Okla. — Despite owning a perfect 3-0 record this season, St. Cloud State University wrestling fell out of the top spot in the latest NCAA Division II wrestling poll. Newberry (S.C.) is the new leader in the Division II Wrestling Coaches Association poll released this week, while St. Cloud State University falls to number three in the poll (released on Dec. 7).

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