The University of Iowa wrestling team crowned four champions en route to winning their record 24th Midlands Championships title on Tuesday night.
Both days of the 52nd Ken Kraft Midlands Championships at Northwestern will be available live and for free beginning Monday morning and running through Tuesday night.
The first USA Today/NWCA Division I Coaches Poll was released Saturday, and No. 1 Iowa paces a whopping nine ranked Big Ten teams.
Ever wonder what the emotion is like at the NCAA Wrestling Championships? It’s intense for those unaware, and @NCAAWrestling captured a picture that perfectly portrays what this event means. We like the shot even more because it’s Northwestern freshman Jason Tsirtsis letting out the emotions. Check out the photo in this post. You won’t be disappointed. Oh, and congratulations to Tsirtsis, Northwestern’s first freshman to battle for an NCAA title. If anyone asks why the #d1wrestle champs is the best sporting event, just share this… pic.twitter.com/cejTvmETuU — NCAA Wrestling (@ncaawrestling) March 22, 2014
The first day of the 2014 NCAA Wrestling Championships is complete, and Penn State sits in first place. The Nittany Lions are one of two teams with 10 wrestlers still alive as they seek their fourth straight NCAA title. Penn State leads the team race with 26.5 points, just ahead of Oklahoma State and Minnesota, who are tied for second with 21.5 each. [ MORE: Get all the NCAA Wrestling Championship results at NCAA.com ] Read the full recap at gopsusports.com. TEAM STANDINGS 1: Penn State – 26.5 T2: Oklahoma State – 21.5 T2: Minnesota – 21.5
Penn State won its fourth straight Big Ten Wrestling Championships title on Sunday. The Nittany Lions (140.5) become just the fifth school to win four consecutive conference titles and the first since Iowa won 25 in a row from 1974-1998. Penn State took home two individual titles, as Ed Ruth and David Taylor closed their careers as just the 12th and 13th wrestlers to be four-time champs. Iowa finished in second place with 134 points, while Minnesota took third with 114.5. Fourth-place Ohio State (86.5 points) and fifth-place Nebraska (79 points) rounded out the top five. Taylor was named Big
Three-time reigning Big Ten Wrestling Championships winner, Penn State takes a narrow lead into Sunday’s Big Ten Wrestling Championships title bouts. The Nittany Lions, with 128.5 points, lead Iowa by one-half point. The rest of the top 5: Minnesota (110.5); Ohio State (73.5); Illinois and Michigan (69.5). [ MORE: UWBadgers.com: Visit official Championships page ] Current Team Scores (thru consi semis): 1. PSU 128.5 2. IOWA 128 3. MINN 110.5 4. OSU 73.5 5. ILL & MICH 69.5 #B1GWRE100 — Big Ten Wrestling (@B1GWrestling) March 9, 2014 Who will be crowned as the 100th team champion in Big Ten Wrestling Championships history? #B1GWRE100 A photo posted by
Co-Big Ten champ Minnesota leads the 2014 Big Ten Wrestling Championships after Session 1. The Gophers racked up 77 points to jump out to the early lead in Madison. Penn State and Iowa, the other two teams that shared the dual meet crown, are in second and third place, respectively, with 70 and 68 points. [ MORE: View the latest Championships brackets ] Team Scores: 1. MN 77 2. PS 70 3. IA 68 4. NE 32 5. MI 29 6. WI 26 7. OS 23.5 8. IL 21.5 9. NU 17 10. PU 13 11. IN 11 12. MS 4 #B1GWRE100 — Big Ten Wrestling (@B1GWrestling) March 8, 2014 Follow @b1gwrestling for all
We decided to have a little fun providing a preview to this year’s B1G Wrestling Championships on March 8-9 at Wisconsin. BTN wrestling analyst Jim Gibbons, an NCAA champion both as a wrestler and coach at Iowa State, will break down one weight class a day. The series wraps up with the heavyweight class. Along with the breakdown and pick, I’m including my Mr. Upside. These are guys whose arrow is pointed in the right direction and have the stuff to perform better than their seed. The kind of guys who every coach on the staff wants to sit in his
We decided to have a little fun providing a preview to this year’s B1G Wrestling Championships on March 8-9 at Wisconsin. BTN wrestling analyst Jim Gibbons, an NCAA champion both as a wrestler and coach at Iowa State, will break down one weight class a day, and pick a winner, each day through March 7. Today, it’s the 149-pound weight class. Along with the breakdown and pick, I’m including my Mr. Upside. These are guys whose arrow is pointed in the right direction and have the stuff to perform better than their seed. The kind of guys who every coach on