USA Wrestling members who purchase a special WIN Half Subscription will receive the January 2018 issue

By USA Wrestling | Jan. 19, 2018, 3:41 p.m. (ET)
USA Wrestling members get exclusive pricing on a WIN Magazine Half Subscription so wrestling fans/coaches/competitors can get a magazine in the months between their free USA Wrestler membership issues.

For USA Wrestling members, a half subscription to WIN is $18, a full 12-issue subscription is $27. Digital is $13.

WIN’s January issue is one of the in-between issues which USA Wrestling members would receive as part of a Half Subscription.

WIN Subscriptions can be purchased three ways, to include:
• The USA Wrestling member subscription section on WIN’s website
• When you purchase your annual USA Wrestling annual membership at usawmembership.com
• by calling 888.305.0606

The Table of Contents for the January issue of WIN Magazine includes:

• 7 COACHES’ FAVORITES - Most college coaches believe they can lead all types of wrestlers, but coaches like Iowa’s Tom Brands are excited to lead young men who remind them of themselves as college wrestlers.

• 12 TRAINING TECHNIQUES - Zach Even-Esh, Rutgers Strength coach, analyzes how the “long” road is the one that most often leads to winning.

• 13-14 TECHNIQUE ANALYSIS - See 2016 World Champion Logan Stieber show a low-angle attack; and Hall of Fame Gene Mills show a Corkscrew Takedown

• 16-18 WIN’S COLLEGE RANKINGS, PRESENTED BY CLIFF KEEN - See who the new top-ranked 141# Div. I wrestler is; and the shake up in the top teams in both WIN’s Dual Team and Tournament Rankings.

• 19 THE BATTLE WITHIN PENN STATE - The Nittany Lions, which easily won the Southern Scuffle, have a “good” problem. With PSU’s strength still its upper weights, coaches must decide which 197-pounder will compete in the postseason.

• 20 REMEMBER WHO WON 125 IN 2017? - Some fans are talking a lot about Ohio State’s Nathan Tomasello or Iowa’s Spencer Lee at the sport’s lightest weight. Lehigh’s Darian Cruz understands that but will be ready to defend his title in Cleveland.

• 24 IOWA DOMINATES ANOTHER MIDLANDS - The Hawkeyes proved they could win a 27th all-time Chicago-based tournament without Spencer Lee as five Hawkeyes collected titles in the 55th annual event.

• 30 BOOK REVIEW: MUSTANG - Mike Milkovich Sr. may have made his name as a top high school coach in Ohio, but WIN’s Mike Chapman reviews the book that shows the father of four great wrestlers also made a national impact.

• 36-37 WIN’S HIGH SCHOOL RANKINGS, PRESENTED BY EZ FLEX - There’s a new top team in the land as Bergen Catholic knocked off perennial power Blair Academy in a “Jersey battle” at an early-January dual. Find out how many wrestlers from your state are ranked nationally.

• 32 TOLEDO RISES AGAIN - Mike Milkovich Sr. may have made his name as a top high school coach in Ohio, but WIN’s Mike Chapman reviews the book that shows the father of four great wrestlers also made a national impact.

• 44 MULTI-DIVISIONAL NATIONAL DUALS - St. Cloud State, Augsburg College, Grand View, Clackamas Community College and Campbellsville also captured team titles in Div. II, Div. III, NAIA, NJCAA and the Women’s division in Ft. Wayne, Ind.

• 51 SEVEN MINUTES WITH TANNER HALL - The Arizona State Sun Devil heavyweight spent the length of a college match speaking to Trackwrestling’s Andy Hamilton about what he thinks about the sport, on and off the mat.

Columns by Jordan Burroughs, Dan Gable, David Taylor, Kyle Dake, Wayne Baughman, Steve Fraser and many more!