On a night when Columbia University honored its senior class, it was easy to see the future looks bright for the Lions on the wrestling mat.
Long before Black History Month was officially recognized in the United States, Simon Roberts made a name for himself and began to kick in doors that were previously closed to African-Americans in the sport of wrestling.
Two teams looking to climb the ladder of powers in collegiate wrestling took to the mat and one team learned just how arduous that ascent will be.
Growing up in the searing heat of the desert surrounding Yuma, Ariz., a young asthmatic boy spent plenty of time helping out around the family home before finding an escape into a world that eventually led him to immortality.
After winning the school’s first NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship since 2010, Iowa starts the season ranked No. 1 in the first NWCA Division I Wrestling Coaches Poll, released on Monday.
With the lion’s share of the abbreviated NCAA Division I wrestling season starting this weekend, the NWCA has released its first Division I Wrestling Coaches Poll for the 2020-21 season.
It was the weekend of March 8th where a slew of institutional decisions were made that really put Ms. Heppel on high alert.
Five members of that stellar recruiting class, who are all in their final year with the Sun Devils, were honored prior the home finale on Jan. 31 when ASU played host to Stanford.
TEMPE, Ariz. – Jacori Teemer was looking for something new when he stepped on the mat for Arizona State in its dual against Oregon State. He fulfilled that goal in a big way to help spark Arizona State to a 26-12 win over Oregon State at Jan. 17 at Desert Financial Arena on the ASU campus. The.
Manheim, Pennsylvania – A weekend trip out east to face new conference foes was beneficial for coach Tom Borrelli’s Central Michigan squad as the Chippewas downed ranked opponents Rider 28-10 and Lock Haven 24-12 to enter this week’s NWCA Division I Wrestling Coaches Poll at No. 24. The Chippewas (2-1) faced off with both schools for.
The Banachs, who combined for five individual national championships while competing for the Hawkeyes, just might have been the major catalysts of the astronomical rise of the Iowa program.
Presbyterian College, home of the only NCAA Division 1 women’s wrestling team, is set to compete at home for the first time in the history of the fledgling program.
Plenty of eyes will be watching.