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    Six Schools Whose Recruits Stood Out in Fargo

    We’ll close out our 2023 Fargo-related content by looking at some of the schools whose recruiting shined the brightest in the FargoDome. After the Junior freestyle tournament concluded on Wednesday, we highlighted the teams that had recruits who earned All-American honors. With that in mind, here are some schools that have plenty of reason to be optimistic about the future with the performance that their collective recruits showed in Fargo. 

     

    Bucknell

    The only EIWA school with a recruit that won a Junior freestyle title? That’s right, it was Bucknell and Noah Mulvaney at 170 lbs. If you were paying attention for the past few months, you might have seen this coming for Mulvaney. After his high school career ended, Mulvaney took sixth at U20 Nationals, eight at U20 WTT and went undefeated at Junior Duals. Mulvaney’s Fargo title marked the second time he placed in Junior freestyle, as he was fifth last year. Bucknell is a school that doesn’t redshirt, so it might be hard keeping Mulvaney out of the lineup in 2023-24. 






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