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Getting to Know: Cam Sykora, North Dakota State

Cam Sykora, NDSU

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: Cam Sykora ...

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TOM’s College Wrestler of the Week – Jan. 16th, 2017

Clay Ream - North Dakota State

With a 4.0 GPA in biochemistry and molecular biology, Clay Ream (North Dakota State) has a bright future off the mat. On the mat, the junior from Wentzville, Missouri, is a two-time NCAA qualifier looking to go back to nationals in 2017 and challenge for a podium finish. However, entering the Virginia Duals, Ream owned no wins over currently ranked ...

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North Dakota State releases 2014-15 schedule

By Jeff Schwartz North Dakota State Sports Information FARGO, N.D.—Home dual matches with Big Ten heavyweights, the University of Minnesota and the University of Wisconsin, and the NCAA West Regional Championships highlight the 2014-15 North Dakota State University wrestling schedule. There are nine home dates overall for NDSU this season including the 44th annual Bison Open on Saturday, Nov. 8, ...

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Short Time from Fargo: Olympic champ Brandon Slay and NDSU coach Roger Kish – Short Time Ep. 82

Day five is rolling along here in the Fargodome in Fargo, North Dakota as the Junior Women’s Duals and Cadet Freestyle fired up on Wednesday. With no individual tournaments coming to a head, we got a chance to talk with Olympic champion Brandon Slay and North Dakota State head wrestling coach Roger Kish. Slay recalls his time competing in the ...

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North Dakota State assistant Derek St. John talks Hawkeye, Bison wrestling – Short Time Ep. 75

Recent college graduate Derek St. John had a stellar career on the mats in Iowa City. First at West High in Iowa City then a few blocks down the street at the University of Iowa. St. John was introduced as the new assistant coach at North Dakota State University on July 7. St. John will join the a staff led by ...

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Derek St. John joins North Dakota State coaching staff

By Wes Offerman NDSU Sports Information FARGO, N.D. – North Dakota State University head wrestling coach Roger Kish has announced that former University of Iowa NCAA champion Derek St. John has joined the Bison staff as an assistant coach. St. John, the 2013 NCAA champion at 157 pounds, became the 18th four-time All-American in Iowa history in 2014. He placed ...

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Scott West’s Andrew Fogarty to North Dakota State

From TheGuillotine.com State champion Andrew Fogarty of Scott West has committed to wrestling for North Dakota State following his upcoming senior season. Fogarty is a three-time state placewinner. He won the 160-pound Class AA state championship this past season as a junior. He placed third at 160 pounds as a sophomore and third at 138 pounds as a freshman. Fogarty ...

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North Dakota State assistant Bret Maughn steps away from Bison wrestling program

By Wes Offerman North Dakota State Sports Information FARGO, N.D. – North Dakota State assistant wrestling coach Bret Maughan has announced that he will not be returning as a member of the NDSU coaching staff for the 2014-15 season. Maughan recently completed his 13th season as an assistant coach for the Bison, capped by back-to-back seasons with NDSU wrestlers earning ...

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Monk, Stroh, Kish honored by Western Wrestling Conference

By James Warnick Western Wrestling Conference OREM, Utah – As voted by its coaches, the Western Wrestling Conference has announced postseason award winners for the 2013-14 season. North Dakota State 165-pound senior Steven Monk was the unanimous WWC Wrestler of Year. Wyoming 184-pound redshirt freshman Benjamin Stroh was named WWC Freshman of the Year and North Dakota State head man ...

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Three Years in the Making

By Sam Herder The Spectrum – NDSU Steven Monk got the chance to watch Trent Sprenkle become NDSU’s first Divi­sion I All-American wres­tler up close and personal. He was in the arena, also competing in the 2013 NCAA Wrestling Cham­pionships. But Monk’s trip to the tour­nament didn’t include the celebration like his teammate had. That’s because Monk, just like the ...

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