College Wrestling News

Jimmy Belleville announced he will sign with Wyoming.

Belleville made his oral commitment to Wyoming in early October after first speaking with officials in the program in April. “I really like their coach,” Belleville said. “The program is up and coming. They’re underdogs right now. But I have a lot of friends on the team.” Belleville became the first 2008-09 commitment for Wyoming and for first-year head coach ...

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Catoosa’s Bailey commits to OSU wrestling

Oklahoma State’s wrestling program has landed another high-profile in-state recruiting commitment. Catoosa High School senior 171-pounder Dallas Bailey informed OSU coach John Smith on Sunday night that he will sign with the Cowboys next week. The national letter of intent signing period starts Nov. 12. Bailey is a three-time state champ for Catoosa’s powerhouse program and has 95-4 career record ...

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Don Bosco wrestling champ picks Minnesota over Iowa State, Nebraska

Bart Reiter, a three-time state wrestling champion at Don Bosco of Gilbertville, said today he will wrestle in college at Minnesota. The Golden Gophers landed the services of a second member of the family from Gilbertville. Mack Reiter was a three-time all-American at Minnesota after winning four state championships and forging a 182-3 record with 134 pins for the Dons ...

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Top Mizzou Wrestler Arrested

Top-ranked Missouri wrestler Nick Marable was arrested by Columbia police over the weekend after allegedly fighting with another man downtown. Officers on foot patrol downtown at about 1:45 a.m. Saturday noticed a large crowd gathered around two men who were fighting outside Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwich Shop, 1019 E. Broadway, Sgt. Dan Beckman said. Marable, a 21-year-old junior from Collierville, ...

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ASU wrestlers stayed united in scary time

The splinters could have gone everywhere. Pieces could have ended up in Iowa, Idaho or California. The Arizona State wrestling program could have been left in tatters, its coaches left to rebuild with what remained. Here’s the thing – not a single athlete left the program in direct response to a decision to cut the program in May. Instead, they ...

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PSU WRESTLE-OFFS – Darling battling for starting spot

Sunday, Nov. 02, 2008 – Centre Daily UNIVERSITY PARK — Tim Darling’s high school resume sparkles like a three-stone diamond. It also means little at this moment. Darling begins his second college season at today’s Penn State wrestle-offs without the guaranteed starting spot he could have received had he decided to compete elsewhere. The group competing with Darling at 165 ...

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UGF wrestlers host Boise state, Northern

By Great Falls Tribune Staff • November 2, 2008   The state’s college wrestling spotlight shines squarely on the Electric City tonight as the powerful Boise State Broncos made a trip to town for dual matches against the host University of Great Falls Argos and the Montana State-Northern Lights.   “It’s very exciting to have Boise here, but we can’t ...

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College wrestling notebook: Sooners battle at 149 pounds

EDMOND — Ranking matches are held so coaches can learn a little bit about their lineup. Wednesday night, Oklahoma wrestling coach Jack Spates learned he’s got one whale of a battle going on at 149 pounds. OU held its Red-White Classic in conjunction with Central Oklahoma at Hamilton Field House with three-time NCAA qualifier Will Rowe and junior Kyle Terry ...

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College wrestling action returns to Montana State campus as Michigan battles Oregon State on Jan. 2

Wrestling Returns To Montana State! Battle In The Big Sky Set For Jan. 2nd, 2009 at Brick Breeden FieldhouseThe University of Michigan wrestling team will put their school’s famous fight song lyrics, ‘Champions Of The West’, to the test on January 2nd when the Wolverines travel to Montana State University (MSU) to face Oregon State University in a non-conference dual ...

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Minnesota State Looks For National Title in 2008-09

October 24, 2008 Mankato, Minn. — This year’s Minnesota State wrestling team has high expectations and feel like there’s nothing holding it back from meeting them. After finishing last season second in the North Central Conference and also losing out on the national championship by a half of a point to Nebraska- Kearney, coach Jim Makovsky is not looking to ...

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