Penn State's Aaron Brooks wrestles NC State's Trent Hidlay for the 184 pound title at the 2021 NCAA wrestling championships.
Shane Griffith of Stanford wrestles Jake Wentzel of Pittsburgh for the 165-pound national title at the 2021 NCAA Wrestling Championships.
There's a new king of the mountain in wrestling as Iowa's Spencer Lee caps the Hawkeyes' 24th team title with his third individual title and Penn State goes four-for-four in their finals matches at the 2021 DI Wrestling Championship finals.
Only 80 NCAA wrestlers earn this prestigious award every year, so let's meet the eight guys in each of the ten weight classes who earned their spots on the podium.
NCAA.com wrestling reporter, Shannon Scovel, breaks down what to look out for in the 2021 season.
Seven Big Ten teams kicked off the 2021 season over the weekend, offering fans a first look at this year’s stars and hinting at what's coming next.
Pat Pecora became college wrestling's all-time wins leader on Feb. 7, 2020. Let's take a look back at Pitt-Johnstown's legendary head coach's career by the numbers.
The NCAA has released updated standings for the 2020 NCAA Wrestling Awards that will be awarded in March at the respective Division I, II and III Wrestling Championships.
Pitt-Johnstown wrestling Coach Pat Pecora earned his 617th career win and snapped a 46-year-old record to become college wrestling's all-time winningest coach when his fourth-ranked Mountain Cats dealt 11th-ranked Mercyhurst a 22-12 Alumni Night setback.