Bonus Points Ep. 65 looks back on the top wrestling moments of 2016
Richard Immel, USA Wrestling Jan. 06, 2017
Listen to Ep. 65 of the USA Wrestling Bonus Points podcast with host Richard Immel
CSU-Pueblo, Wheeling Jesuit, Baker shake up NWCA Multi-Divisional brackets
Andy Hamilton for the NWCA Jan. 05, 2017
There were big upsets in Div. II and NAIA brackets on Thursday at the National Duals.
St. Cloud State is No. 1 in D2Wrestle.com Coaches Poll for January 2017
D2Wrestle.com Jan. 04, 2017
St. Cloud State is No. 1, Notre Dame is No. 2 heading into Div. II National Duals.
NWCA Multi-Divisional National Duals set for Fort Wayne, Ind., January 5-6
Jason Bryant, NWCA Jan. 04, 2017
There will be 85 teams from five college divisions competing for National Duals team titles.
What to watch this week: NWCA Multi-Divisional National Duals, ranked Big Ten showdowns
Richard Immel, USA Wrestling Jan. 03, 2017
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Oklahoma State, Penn State, Iowa are top 3 in WIN TPI and Dual Team rankings this week
WIN Magazine Jan. 03, 2017
Oklahoma State set a record for team points with dominant effort at Southern Scuffle.
Gabe Dean wins fourth Southern Scuffle title; Oklahoma State breaks team scoring record, led by four champs
Roger Moore, Special to TheMat.com Jan. 02, 2017
Cornell's Gabe Dean won 4th career Scuffle crown; Oklahoma State wins by largest margin ever
UPDATE: Oklahoma State puts seven wrestlers into Southern Scuffle finals to retain big lead in team race
USA Wrestling Jan. 02, 2017
NCAA champs in finals include Dean Heil of OSU, Gabe Dean of Cornell and J'den Cox of Missouri.
Oklahoma State takes big Southern Scuffle lead over Missouri with 10 Cowboy semifinalists
Roger Moore, Special to TheMat.com Jan. 01, 2017
The Cowboys had a 45.5 point lead over Missouri after day one at the Southern Scuffle.
No. 1 Oklahoma State puts 14 into quarterfinals at Southern Scuffle
USA Wrestling Jan. 01, 2017
Among the stars on display New Years Day are 3-time NCAA champs J'den Cox and Gabe Dean