Wrestling

Weight loss in wrestling: current state of the science

The development of a safe, standardized approach to determining an athlete’s most appropriate weight class in collegiate wrestling was critically important. In the 16 years since the NCAA rules were put into effect, no collegiate wrestler has died as a result of unsafe weight cutting practices.

Brains and braun

Kendric Maple was a national champion wrestler at Oklahoma. He may have graduated, but he hasn’t left the school behind. Now, he’s working as an assistant wrestling coach as he pursues a master’s degree in higher education.

Experimental Rules Designed To Limit Stalling Tactics Approved

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel on Wednesday approved four experimental rules in wrestling, including two that will be exclusively used at the National Wrestling Coaches Association All-Star Classic Nov. 1 at the University of...

Grappling with Success

Penn State wrestler finished his degree before his eligibility, so he kept competing – and went on for a master’s.

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