12-Story Library Featured Editor Pick
With sports cut short and delayed or cancelled, colleges are struggling to fund their athletic departments. Revenue from basketball and football programs are used to pay for other college sports. But if players can’t play or fans aren’t allowed to go to games, non-revenue sports like wrestling, soccer, and tennis…
NCAA’s doctors state that broad testing for coronavirus is needed in order to start college sports back up in fall 2020. Contact sports like football, basketball, and wrestling, are all high-risk sports for spreading the virus. The NCAA has created a COVID-19 Advisory Panel to come up with guidelines. Testing…
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Wrestling in High School
Vimeo, Jason Byeun
High schoolers and coaches explain the benefits of wrestling and why they like it.
NCAA Wrestling Tweets
The service culture at this Ivy League institution combined with the team's developing talent and elite recruits ma… https://t.co/vuvGQPLss6(about 1 week ago)
Jon Jon Millner, a two-time All-American, is back this season to help @AppWrestling continue its run of success in… https://t.co/u39jpE0pe5(about 2 weeks ago)
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Princeton's Quincy Monday, Pat Glory and Chris Ayres share insights about the Tigers' team culture and what it will… https://t.co/66STn9eZ7w(about 3 weeks ago)