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TOM’s Class of 2017 Recruiting Rankings – Part 2

2017 Recruiting Rankings

TOM’s Class of 2017 Recruiting Rankings are here!  We looked at every team in Division I to determine who did the best job signing talent and addressing team needs.  There are several different ways to build a highly ranked class from signing a small number of elite prospects to convincing a larger, well-rounded group to wrestle at your school.  What ...

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Getting to Know: Cole Martin, Wisconsin

Cole Martin, Wisconsin

Throughout the off-season, we’re going to be getting to know returning NCAA Division I wrestlers from around the country.  We sent questionnaires to every program in the country and will be sharing the results throughout the long trek to next fall.  You can find them all whenever you like under the Getting to Know tag.   Name: Cole Martin School: ...

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TOM’s Class of 2017 Recruiting Rankings – Part 1

2017 Recruiting Class Rankings

Photo of Quentin Hovis by Tony Rotundo, WrestlersAreWarriors.com TOM's Class of 2017 Recruiting Rankings are here!  We looked at every team in Division I to determine who did the best job signing talent and addressing team needs.  There are several different ways to build a highly ranked class from signing a small number of elite prospects to convincing a larger, ...

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Getting to Know: Ronnie Perry, Lock Haven

Ronnie Perry, Lock Haven

Throughout the off-season, we’re going to be getting to know returning NCAA Division I wrestlers from around the country.  We sent questionnaires to every program in the country and will be sharing the results throughout the long trek to next fall.  You can find them all whenever you like under the Getting to Know tag.   Name: Ronnie Perry School: Lock Haven ...

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Getting to Know: Chance Driscoll, Kent State

Chance Driscoll, Kent State

Throughout the off-season, we’re going to be getting to know returning NCAA Division I wrestlers from around the country.  We sent questionnaires to every program in the country and will be sharing the results throughout the long trek to next fall.  You can find them all whenever you like under the Getting to Know tag.   Name: Chance Driscoll School: Kent State ...

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US Bank Stadium in 2020 an Experiment with a lot of Potential

US Bank Stadium

When the NCAA announced where the 2019-22 wrestling national tournaments would be for each division, the 2020 site in Minneapolis, Minnesota caught the eye of many. While the city itself is not a big surprise, the venue will be something new. US Bank Stadium, home of the NFL's Minnesota Vikings, will become the largest venue ever to host the NCAA ...

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Getting to Know: Anthony Mancini, F&M

Anthony Mancini, F&M

Throughout the off-season, we’re going to be getting to know returning NCAA Division I wrestlers from around the country.  We sent questionnaires to every program in the country and will be sharing the results throughout the long trek to next fall.  You can find them all whenever you like under the Getting to Know tag.   Name: Anthony Mancini School: ...

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Getting to Know: John Muldoon, SIUE

John Muldoon - SIUE

Throughout the off-season, we’re going to be getting to know returning NCAA Division I wrestlers from around the country.  We sent questionnaires to every program in the country and will be sharing the results throughout the long trek to next fall.  You can find them all whenever you like under the Getting to Know tag.   Name: John Muldoon School: Southern Illinois ...

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Wrestling is Growing Outside of Division I, but is it Keeping up With Peers?

New England College

LevelChanger.com posted an interesting look at the growth in college wrestling since 2003. Though the NCAA divisions weren't broken out, those that only follow Division I may be surprised to know that our sport is growing at every other level, from the lower divisions in the NCAA to the NAIA, NJCAA, and CCCAA. While the original piece was interesting, I ...

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Gable Versus Cael: How Their Coaching Careers Stack Up So Far

Gable versus Sanderson

After Penn State’s dominant performance at the NCAA tournament, they were naturally compared to Iowa and Oklahoma State, the only other programs to ever win five individual titles in one year. The Nittany Lions’ sixth title in seven years has also only ever been equaled by the Cowboys and the Hawkeyes. When your only peers in the history of college ...

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