- Pre-seeds released for Big Ten Championships
- Pagdilao, Stauffer win Pac-12 titles, ASU second
- Oregon State claims fourth straight Pac-12 title
- Maryville wins Super Region 3, advances 7 to NCAAs
- Augsburg wins 13th straight regional title, qualifies all
- UW-Whitewater earns third straight regional title
- Notre Dame win Super Region 1 title, Davis named OW
- NIACC wrestlers Pozo, Mejias win second NJCAA titles
- Des Moines Register: Iowa Central wrestlers rally
- Allocations announced for NCAA DI Championships
Weight Class Debate
Ten weight classes has been a fixture of NCAA college wrestling for more than 60 years. However, some fans have argued that it would be smart to expand to eleven weight classes ... with a number of these proponents pushing for a new weight somewhere between today's 197 and 285-pound classes. Conversely, other wrestling fans argue that now is not the time to add a weight class ... but, rather, slim down to nine weights at the college level. Still others say why change now? InterMat senior writer Mark Palmer looks at the pros and cons of changing weight classes, providing historic perspective.
Brinson to Army for Football
Kenneth Brinson (Marist, Ga.), ranked No. 2 in the nation at 220 pounds and No. 12 overall in the Class of 2015, signed with Army primarily as a football player. He was rated as a three-star recruit, projected to play the weakside defensive end position in college. Brinson's final decision came down to Army and Stanford.