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2017 NCAA Wrestling Division I Preview: 165 Pounds

2017 165

We’re breaking down every weight class at the 2017 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship set for next week in St. Louis.  We usually start our previews at 125, but this time around we thought we’d give the big fellas the first look and work our way down.  We’ll start with some facts for reference, break down who can win the ...

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2017 NCAA Wrestling Division I Preview: 174 Pounds

2017 174

We’re breaking down every weight class at the 2017 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship set for next week in St. Louis.  We usually start our previews at 125, but this time around we thought we’d give the big fellas the first look and work our way down.  We’ll start with some facts for reference, break down who can win the ...

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2017 NCAA Wrestling Division I Preview: 184 Pounds

2017 184

We’re breaking down every weight class at the 2017 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship set for next week in St. Louis.  We usually start our previews at 125, but this time around we thought we’d give the big fellas the first look and work our way down.  We’ll start with some facts for reference, break down who can win the ...

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Top Eight College Wrestling Performances of the Week – Mar. 13th, 2017

Top Performances of the Week

Don’t let anyone tell you NCAA wrestling was off last week. The Division II and Division III national tournaments took center stage and produced a bevy of fantastic moments and memorable performances. We had history in Division III, a true freshman making his mark, seniors going out on top and so much more! 8) Weinmann wins one for the home ...

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TOM’s College Wrestler of the Week – Mar. 13th, 2017

Riley Lefever - Wabash

The list reads like this. In Division I, Pat Smith (Oklahoma State), Cael Sanderson (Iowa State), Kyle Dake (Cornell), Logan Stieber (Ohio State). In Division II, Cole Province (Central Oklahoma), Dan Russell (Portland State), Les Sigman (Nebraska-Omaha), Tim Wright (SIU-Edwardsville), and Joey Davis (Notre Dame). In Division III, Marcus Levessuer (Augsburg) and, as of Saturday, Riley Lefever (Wabash). This weekend, ...

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2017 NCAA Wrestling Division I Preview: 197 Pounds

2017 197

We’re breaking down every weight class at the 2017 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship set for next week in St. Louis.  We usually start our previews at 125, but this time around we thought we’d give the big fellas the first look and work our way down.  We’ll start with some facts for reference, break down who can win the ...

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Stat Corner Powered by WrestleStat: Wins Against 2017 NCAA Participants

Stat Corner

With the Division II and Division III national tournaments wrapping up yesterday, there is just one more event in the college wrestling season, the 2017 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship! In this week’s Stat Corner, powered by WrestleStat, we take a look at who is undefeated against those they could see in St. Louis, who has won the most matches ...

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Fan Zone: Oklahoma State Closes in on Title Number 35

Kaid Brock - Oklahoma State

While we work hard at TOM to be objective and as unbiased as possible, we all were fans before we started writing about wrestling professionally.  With that, we have our favorite teams that we pull for and, especially this time of year, want to see do well.  In that spirit, we thought it would be fun to let our hair ...

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2017 NCAA Wrestling Division I Preview: 285 Pounds

2017 NCAA HWT

We're breaking down every weight class at the 2017 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship set for next week in St. Louis.  We usually start our previews at 125, but this time around we thought we'd give the big fellas the first look and work our way down.  We'll start with some facts for reference, break down who can win the ...

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History Tells us to Expect a High Scoring Team Race in St. Louis

NCAA Wrestling

The brackets are out for the 2017 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship which means we have a clearer view than we have all season of what this year’s edition of March Matness will look like in St. Louis. There is plenty yet to be decided and the match-ups will be poured over, analyzed, and dissected ad nauseum over the next ...

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