College Wrestling News

NCAA Releases Fall and Tech-Fall Leaders for Each Division

NCAA Wrestling

INDIANAPOLIS – The NCAA has released the first set of standings for the 2017 NCAA Wrestling Awards that will be awarded in March at the respective Division I, II and III Wrestling Championships. The inaugural NCAA Wrestling Awards were presented at the 2012 wrestling championships. The three awards, given in each division, honor the Most Dominant Wrestler as well as ...

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#7 Cornhuskers Head to Minneapolis to Take on the #11 Golden Gophers

Nebraska vs. Minnesota

Conference tournament seeding will be a major storyline this Friday as Mark Manning leads his seventh-ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers into the Sports Pavillion in Minneapolis to take on No. 11 Minnesota. The dual features five matchups of ranked wrestlers and two very evenly matched squads looking to keep their momentum rolling in the heat of the Big Ten Conference season. Both ...

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The Open Mat now offers TOM Prime Premium Service

The Open Mat is now offering it’s readers TOM Prime. It is a premium content service that offers more insight than the standard content, which will still be available to all visitors. TOM is growing and will continue to expand and enhance its content. TOM Prime members will get: Exclusive access to nationwide youth, high school, and college coverage: TOM will ...

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TOM Launches “Ultimate Wrestling Weekend” Fundraiser for Xtreme Couture GI Foundation and USA Wrestling

Culver City, CA – The Open Mat (TOM) has partnered with the Xtreme Couture GI Foundation ( and USA Wrestling to raise funds for wounded veterans. The fundraiser begins January 16, 2017, and ends March 12, 2017. Fans of wrestling can help raise money for the foundation through donations via TOM website. For every $5.00 donated by an individual or ...

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Opinion: Bilas Shines Light on Fiscal Hypocrisy in College Sports

Bilas vs Clemson

When the college football national championship took place last Monday, it understandably had many wrestling fans feeling less than enthusiastic. The final showdown was between two schools, Alabama and Clemson, that used to have wrestling but discontinued their programs. Between that, the extensive coverage of all aspects of the game, and all the money involved, it is easy to see ...

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