The Big Ten Conference announced Monday the preliminary seeds for the 2017 Big Ten Wrestling Championships, which are set for March 4-5 at Indiana. Six schools boast at least one top-seeded wrestler, with Ohio State and Penn State leading the way with three apiece.
BTN will televise eight winter Big Ten Championships in 2017, including the entire Big Ten Hockey Tournament, wrestling, men’s swimming & diving, women’s swimming & diving, men’s and women’s indoor track & field and men’s and women’s gymnastics. Television coverage begins with the Big Ten Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships from Purdue on Sunday, Feb. 19 at 10:30 a.m. ET and continues with Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships at 10:30 a.m. ET on Sunday, Feb. 26, from Ohio State. The opening night relays and preliminary rounds for both women (Feb. 15-18) and men (Feb. 22-25) can be viewed live on
Iowa won three individual titles and scored a team total of 150.5 points to win the 54th annual Midlands Championships on Friday at Welsh-Ryan Arena. Nebraska (135.5), Arizona State (106.5), Rutgers (93) and Illinois (83) rounded out the top 5.
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BTN today announced the launch of an all-new BTN2Go, the number one sports destination for Big Ten fans and alumni, featuring immense user personalization, new school-specific video content, improved social features and integrated tools such as school emojis to enhance the fan experience. With the new and improved BTN2Go, users can now enjoy a hyper-personalized experience where they’ll always be in the know on the latest and greatest with their favorite school. With BTN2Go, fans will now have instant access to original video content direct from both their favorite athletic department and BTN, curated key social content and quick access
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The Penn State Nittany Lion wrestling team posted a perfect Friday night at the 2016 NCAA Wrestling Championships in New York’s Madison Square Garden and finds itself on the brink of yet another NCAA National Championship. Head coach Cael Sanderson’s squad was unbeaten in five national semifinal bouts as well as consolation action in session four of the three-day event. Penn State’s five semifinalists roared through the session perfectly, going 5-0 with a pin and a tech fall while the Nittany Lions picked up a sixth All-American with a perfect run through consolation action. The Nittany Lions lead the team
The Penn State Nittany Lion wrestling team closed out day one of the 2016 NCAA Wrestling Championships in New York’s Madison Square Garden in first place. Head coach Cael Sanderson’s squad will have six, a full two-thirds of its nine qualifiers, in the national quarterfinals tomorrow morning.
No. 1 Penn State claimed its fifth Big Ten wrestling championships in the last six seasons Sunday. [ MORE: View HawkeyeSports.com’s Championship Central ] The Nittany Lions racked up 150.5 points at Carver-Hawkeye Arena, finishing 24.5 points ahead of host and runner-up Iowa (127). Ohio State, last season’s winner and NCAA champ, finished third with 126 points. View the full final standings here. Three wrestlers claimed individual Big Ten championships, as Zain Retherford (149 pounds), Bo Nickal (174) and Morgan McIntosh (197) won their respective weight classes. Watch every champion and his BTN interview below. *** 125 pounds: Nathan Tomasello,
Sammy Brooks made headlines with his 184-pound Big Ten championship Sunday. But, it was his post-match interview with BTN’s Shane Sparks that made the biggest headlines. Brooks, who has a personality to match his fantastic hairdo, delivered a one-of-a-kind mullet-inspired interview after defeating Nebraska’s TJ Dudley. Watch the interview in the video above and get his best soundbites below. On how loud Carver-Hawkeye Arena was during his victory: “I think these fans just respond really well to a good haircut. That’s what I was working on coming in here, making sure I had it fluffed and feathered the right way,