What Kept Brandon Slay Wrestling?
Kyle Dake, Jesse Jantzen, Matt Valenti and David Pottruck are the EIWA Hall of Fame Class of 2014
Jordan Burroughs' gold medal performance at the 2013 Worlds in freestyle, just a month after breaking his ankle, is among FILA's top athlete stories of the year.
North Idaho is at No. 1, followed by Northwest Wyoming, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, Clackamas and Ellsworth.
Top U.S. Greco-Roman stars, including Spenser Mango (pictured), will train in early January in both Moscow, Russia and Marquette, Mich.
The Falcons retain their No. 1 position with 158 points in the coaches vote, ahead of Nebraska-Kearney
FILA's Bob Condron outlines the top international wrestling stories of 2013, including the successful effort to Save Olympic Wrestling
Walk a Mile in My Corduroys tells how wrestling changed the life of a hearing impaired, overweight high school student
Penn State was led by champions David Taylor (165) and Zain Retherford (141), topping Oklahoma State by 34.5 points. Cornell's Gabe Dean upset PSU star Ed Ruth at 185.
The Gophers lead the Nittany Lions by a half point, with the Cowboys another three points behind after day one in Chattanooga.
The Grand View Vikings held No. 1 for the third time this season and the 12th straight poll as the top wrestling team in the NAIA.
Thomas Gilman (125), Derek St. John (158) and Mike Evans (174) were Hawkeye champions. UNI's Joe Colon (133) was Outstanding Wrestler
Kudukhov, winner of seven World and Olympic medals in freestyle, is tragically killed in auto accident at just 27 years old.