Oklahoma State remains No. 1 in WIN’s TPI; 19 new wrestlers join WIN’s individual rankings
WIN Magazine Nov. 21, 2016
Oklahoma State, Iowa and Ohio State are the top three teams in WIN's most recent TPI ranking.
NMU alumnus Andy Bisek named to USOTS-NMU Greco-Roman coaching staff
U.S. Olympic Training Site - Northern Michigan University/USA Wrestling Nov. 21, 2016
Bisek, a two-time World bronze medalist & 2016 Olympian, returns to NMU to coach Greco-Roman to collegians
Oklahoma beats North Dakota State, 25-14, to give Lou Rosselli his first Big 12 win as coach
Micah Thompson, OU Nov. 20, 2016
The Sooners won six matches including pins from Ross Larson (HWT) and Trae Blackwell (133).
Mizzou holds off Virginia Tech 23-19 in battle of top-10 teams
Andrew Melroe, Mizzou Athletics Nov. 20, 2016
No. 5 Missouri rides fast start and bonus points to top No. 6 Virginia Tech at Jesse Auditorium on Sunday
Sun Devils Host Top-Five Ohio State Before Best Crowd Since 2010
Mollie Hanke, Arizona State Nov. 19, 2016
No. 1 Kyle Snyder (Ohio State) defeats No. 4 Tanner Hall (Arizona State) by tech fall.
No. 10 Rutgers Wrestling Wins “Battle at the Birthplace” vs. Princeton at High Point Solutions Stadium
Anthony Hernandez, Rutgers Nov. 19, 2016
Programs draw second-largest dual attendance in NCAA wrestling history.
No. 11 Lehigh wins eight bouts to capture road dual against No. 21 Pitt, 28-8
Steve Lomangino, Lehigh, and Julie Jurich, Pitt Nov. 18, 2016
Lehigh had a strong team effort in beating tough Pitt team on the Panthers' home mat.
Rosselli drops coaching debut as OU falls to Michigan in Norman, 27-15
Micah Thompson, OU Nov. 18, 2016
The Wolverines won the first seven bouts, with the Sooners taking the last three.
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Gary Abbott, USA Wrestling Nov. 18, 2016
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Grand View remains No. 1 in NAIA rankings, with Indiana Tech at No. 2
Alan Grosbach, NAIA Nov. 16, 2016
Grand View garnered 165.5 total points, with Indiana Tech next with 98 points.