Former Mt. Union coach Bill Schindel to lead Adrian's men's and women's program
Adrian Athletics May 20, 2016
Schindel was a two-time Ohio Athletic Conference Coach of the Year
Star power aplenty expected at 2016 Body Bar Women's National Championships
Richard Immel, USA Wrestling May 17, 2016
Bevy of World medalists and WCWA college national champions to compete in Texas on Sat. and Sun.
Body Bar Women’s Nationals and UWW Junior Men’s FS World Trials set for Irving, Texas, May 20-22
Joe Mehling, USA Wrestling May 13, 2016
Spots on three U.S. age-group World Teams will be up for grabs during this exciting event.
Wrestling to add World Championships for non olympic weights
United World Wrestling May 11, 2016
The event will be held in Budapest on December 10-11.
2016 Beat The Streets Live on FloWrestling on May 19
Flowrestling May 09, 2016
The United In The Square event, with five USA Olympians, Iran, Canada and Korea is on Flowrestling
Mensah claims bronze, Campbell fifth at 2nd World Olympic Games Qualifier
Richard Immel, USA Wrestling May 07, 2016
Both Mensah and Campbell fall short of qualifying for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
UPDATE: Campbell, Mensah fall in quarterfinals, going for bronze at 2nd World Olympic Qualifier in Turkey
Gary Abbott, USA Wrestling May 07, 2016
Kelsey Campbell (58 kg) and Tamyra Mensah (69 kg) were unable to qualify for the Rio Olympics.
Campbell, Mensah get women’s freestyle draws at 2nd World Olympic Qualifier in Turkey
Gary Abbott, USA Wrestling May 06, 2016
Kelsey Campbell (58 kg) and Tamyra Mensah (69 kg) battle for Olympic berths on Saturday.
Vote for J’Den Cox and Helen Maroulis for USOC Best of April Olympic Athletes of the Month
Gary Abbott, USA Wrestling May 05, 2016
J'Den Cox and Helen Maroulis won U.S. Olympic Trials and the World Olympic Qualifier in Mongolia in April
2016 U.S. Olympians Gray and Maroulis remain No. 1 in UWW Women’s Freestyle May rankings
Joe Mehling, USA Wrestling May 04, 2016
Adeline Gray and Helen Maroulis, who qualified for Rio in April, remain No. 1 in the World rankings