2012 Olympian Ellis Coleman aims for Armed Forces golds, with eye on 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games
Coleman is going both styles at Armed Forces Championships this weekend, but has Tokyo 2020 also in his sights
BLACK HISTORY MONTH: Current USA Wrestling coaches making huge impact on program
African-American coaches are giving back to the sport and helping Team USA become a world wrestling power.
Team of top U.S. women and men freestylers set for the XXI Ukrainian Memorial, March 3-4
10 National Team members set out to compete at the Ukrainian Memorial, along with other U.S. wrestlers.
Kulchytskyy wins gold on day two of Cerro Pelado
Titan Mercury Wrestling Club captured seven medals on the day, including one gold, one silver and five bronze.
U.S. Grappling World Team Trials return to Las Vegas, April 27-29, alongside Open Wrestling Championships
Men and Women champions in both No-Gi and Gi Grappling qualify for Team USA at the 2017 Grappling World Championships.
Pac-12 Championships Preview: Stanford and Arizona State front-runners in team race
Stanford seeks its first conference championship in program history, while Arizona State hunts its 17th overall.
1928 Olympic champ Allie Morrison named to University of Illinois Inaugural Athletics Hall of Fame Class
Morrison is one of 28 people named to the inaugural class.
Graff wins gold, Titan Mercury team picks up seven medals at Cerro Pelado International
The Titan Mercury men's freestyle teams wins one gold, two silver and four bronze medals in Havana, Cuba
Bonus Points Ep. 69 featuring South Dakota State head coach Chris Bono
Listen to Ep. 69 of the USA Wrestling Bonus Points podcast with host Richard Immel