- Matchups set for Dream Team Classic, April 11
- Significant growth in viewership for NCAA finals
- Fan voting for Dan Hodge Trophy begins
- Stieber wins fourth, leads Ohio State to first NCAA title
- Three Iowa wrestlers arrested, suspended indefinitely
- Virginia Tech has four All-Americans, finishes 10th
- Henson guides WVU to first top-25 finish since 2005
- All NCAA champs on Takedown Radio Saturday
- Edinboro finishes third at NCAAs
- ODU's Warner wins back-to-back Elite 89 awards
Greatest NHSCA Weight Classes
In 2003, Roger Kish defeated J.D. Bergman to claim the NHSCA Senior Nationals title at 189 pounds. Kish would go on to become a two-time NCAA finalist at Minnesota, while Bergman made the U.S. World Team after a successful collegiate career at Ohio State. Also in the same NHSCA weight class as Kish and Bergman were Phil Davis, Wynn Michalak and Jared Massey. InterMat senior editor Andrew Hipps looks at the 10 greatest NHSCA Senior Nationals weight classes based on post-high school accomplishments.
Kraisser to Campbell
Austin Kraisser (Centennial, Md.), now a two-time state champion, verbally committed to be part of the Campbell University 2016 recruiting class. He is currently ranked No. 9 nationally at 152, and No. 40 overall in the 2016 class.