College Wrestling News

Top Six NCAA Wrestling Performances From Week Two

Colton McCrystal - Nebraska

While Team USA was handing out world team spots in women’s freestyle, men’s freestyle, and Greco-Roman wrestling, the NCAA season barreled into its second weekend with action taking place across the land. These are the six best college performances from the week that was. #6 – Connor Medbery proves himself the best of the rest After an All-Star win over ...

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5 Things to Watch for @ Jonathan Kaloust Bearcat Open

Bearcat Open

Ranked Wrestlers 1. Over 20 teams from the Northeast will be traveling to Vestal, New York and taking part in the Jonathan Kaloust Bearcat Open on Sunday November 13th. Ohio University will be the road warriors for this event as the rest of the teams are from the region. 2. There are six wrestlers ranked in the TOM Top 20 ...

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Journeymen Collegiate Classic Features Good Teams, Different Format

Connor Medbery - Wisconsin

The Journeymen/Asics Collegiate Classic takes place on Sunday, November 13th, 2016 at Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, New York. The event features many excellent teams and a modified format. The field is broken up into several round-robins at each weight. This is good and bad. The good is that it guarantees everyone three or four matches. The bad is ...

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TOM’s NCAA Wrestling Dual of the Week: Stanford vs Penn State


The Penn State Nittany Lions are unquestionably the top program right now in college wrestling.  When you’ve won five of the last six national titles, you’ve earned the benefit of the doubt.  However, they enter this season with a lot of talent, but questions about just how good some of their wrestlers will be.  Ultimately, answering those questions at several ...

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Pinfall Enthusiasts – Episode Five


In this episode of Pinfall Enthusiasts, Bryce, Eric, and Alex discuss week one. Bill Farrell and the upcoming action during the first week of the NCAA wrestling season. How do Stanford and Penn State match up?

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Hey Ref: What is the Worst Call You Ever Made?

Zain Retherford - Penn State

It happens every year. If you work hard to improve it happens less and less, but from time to time it just happens. Believe me, when I say, no one wants it to happen less than the person doing it. If you’re lucky it doesn’t have a direct outcome on a match. If you’re lucky the athletes can bail you ...

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Top Seven Performances from the Opening Weekend of NCAA Wrestling

Tanner Hall - Arizona State

The opening weekend of NCAA wrestling action was full of upsets, fantastic performances, and interesting results from around the country. Here are our top seven performances from the return of college wrestling! #7 – Logan Everett knocks off Joey Ward Logan Everett, an unranked, but experienced senior from Army-West Point, pulled the upset of the young season on Sunday, knocking ...

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TOM’s Recruiting News: November 7th, 2016

Jared Florell

Photo Courtesy of Totino-Grace Wrestling Old Dominion (MAC) The Old Dominion staff was busy all last week recruiting more wrestlers to add to their already tough recruiting class. Their new recruits are from Illinois, Maine, and Ohio. Brandon Ramos, of Lockport Township HS, won a spot in the varsity lineup for the first time in his career last season and ...

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Dean Dominates, Good Action on Display at All-Star

Gabe Dean - Cornell

The 51st annual NWCA All-Star Classic took place at the Wolstein Center on the campus of Cleveland State University, Saturday night. There was plenty of action and we break it all down for you right here. Headlines Dean mauls Martin In the most anticipated match of the night, two-time defending 184-pound national champion Gabe Dean (Cornell) put a hurt on ...

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TOM’s 2016-17 SoCon Wrestling Team-By-Team Preview

Appalachian State

The Southern Conference (SoCon) certainly does not receive the national attention of even the EWL, but it is not for lack of trying. The teams go out and schedule difficult tournaments and duals in attempts to build experience. Last year the Appalachian State Mountaineers took home the SoCon team trophy; this year the University of Tennessee Chattanooga will look to ...

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