The NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships resumed Friday at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, and the Big Ten continued to dominate the leaderboard with two days now in the books.
The NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships got underway Thursday at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, and the Big Ten dominated the leaderboard with two sessions now in the books.
152 All-Americans. 45 National Champions. 106 Big Ten Champions. 12 Olympians. 1 Coach Gable.
Ohio State won the 2018 Big Ten Wrestling Championships, behind three individual champions, to defend its crown Sunday in East Lansing, Michigan. The Buckeyes finished with 164.5 points, ahead of runner-up Penn State (148).
With its 28-13 win over Iowa on Saturday, Penn State clinched the outright Big Ten Wrestling Dual Meet Championship in front of an NCAA indoor dual meet record crowd of 15,998 fans inside Bryce Jordan Center in University Park, Pa.
With its 19-18 win over No. 2 Ohio State on Saturday, No. 1 Penn State clinched a share of the Big Ten Wrestling Dual Meet Championship.
Big Ten Network and FloSports, a subscription-based streaming sports platform, today announced a four-year agreement which includes the distribution rights to more than 1,000 non-televised Big Ten Conference events. The events, which were previously exclusive to BTN Plus and range from basketball to ice hockey, will now be available through FloSports’ sport-specific subscription channels such as FloWrestling, FloTrack and FloVolleyball. FloSports is a digital content provider based in Austin, Texas, with a network of 25 verticals covering a range of sports, including basketball, football, wrestling, track, volleyball, gymnastics and swimming. The verticals include sport-specific live streams, documentaries, breaking news and
Seven Big Ten wrestlers won national titles Saturday night in St. Louis, including all five Penn State wrestlers who competed in the finals.
How would you celebrate an NCAA crown? Iowa's Cory Clark had quite the celebration after claiming the 133-pound NCAA individual title Saturday night, and he has associate head coach Terry Brands to thank for what has become a viral reaction.
Wrestlers from all 14 Big Ten schools will head to the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, to compete in the 2017 NCAA Wrestling Championships, which begin Thursday morning and conclude Saturday evening.