- Ohio State's Logan Stieber has been selected InterMat Wrestler of the Year. Stieber finished with 86 votes. Alex Dieringer of Oklahoma State came in second with 64.
- Interim tag removed from NCAA champ coach Moulsoff
- NHSCA champions crowned, Schram claims fourth title
- Greatest NHSCA Senior Nationals weight classes ever
- Matchups set for Dream Team Classic, April 11
- Significant growth in viewership for NCAA finals
- No. 10 sophomore Arujau commits to Cornell
- Stieber wins fourth, leads Ohio State to first NCAA title
- Edinboro finishes third at NCAAs
- ODU's Warner wins back-to-back Elite 89 awards
New Mat Boundaries
The National Amateur Wrestling Association has announced that new wrestling mat boundaries will be in effect for the 2015-2016 high school and collegiate wrestling seasons. The new mat configuration will eliminate the current circle boundary line in favor of a square boundary.
Arujau to Cornell
Two-time state champion Vitali Arujau (Syosset, N.Y.) made his college intentions known on Sunday evening, as the nation's No. 10 overall wrestler in the Class of 2017 verbally committed to Cornell University. Arujau won the NHSCA Sophomore Nationals at 126 pounds earlier in the day.(Photo/TheMatSlap.com)