This college wrestling season hasn’t exactly started the way Arizona State would have liked.
Some of the best college wrestlers of the 2023-2024 season are competing at the 2023 NWCA All-Star Classic including six wrestlers currently ranked No.1 in their weight classes in the FloWrestling rankings.
On Sunday, November 19, the #5 Arizona State Sun Devils travel to Columbia to take on the #3 Missouri Tigers. This dual is filled with intriguing matchups and lineup questions that make it a must-watch early-season contest.
The 2023 NWCA All-Star Classic is Nov. 21 and features some of the best college wrestlers in the nation competing on the campus of Penn State in Happy Valley.
Zeke Jones helped put Arizona State wrestling on the map in the late 1980s as a three-time All-American and part of three ASU teams from 1988-90 that finished first, second and second. A couple of decades later upon returning to the Sun Devils’ program as head coach, Jones eventually guided the program to another ascension and now wants those high-placing, team-race finishes to become routine.
The closest thing college wrestling fans will get to an NCAA Wrestling Tournament preview will come about four months earlier as teams flock to Las Vegas for the most premier tournament of the regular season.
About a week after filling up at Thanksgiving and less than a month before Christmas, college wrestling fans will get a gift that will for sure whet the appetite.
Some of the best college wrestling programs in the country will travel to the desert this December for the 2023 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational, which is streaming live on FloWrestling and the FloSports app.
Two of college wrestling’s most anticipated early-season events get underway in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania on Nov. 11 and Nov. 12 at the Journeymen WrangleMania and the Journeymen Collegiate Classic.
Several programs will benefit from the transfer portal this season. Most of the top teams look different thanks to key acquisitions. Below is a look at the top wrestlers who transferred during the off-season.
The Arizona State Wrestling team begins the season on Nov. 11 at the Journeyman's Wranglemania against a pair of ranked teams as the No. 7-ranked Sun Devils return four All-Americans this season.
Below is a partial list of NCAA D1 middleweight wrestlers (149, 157, 165, 174) who are returning and will contest for a varsity spot after an interval of at least one year.
Below is a comprehensive list of the wrestlers who competed at the 2023 World Championships, results from the tournament, and the colleges they attended. Some wrestlers are listed twice since they attended multiple schools.
It is Aug. 15, which is a significant day on the hockey calendar for one reason. That is the day that drafted NCAA players who are beyond four years from their NHL Draft date can become free agents.
The D1 NCAA landscape went through a seismic shakeup last week as six teams announced their departure from the Pac-12 Conference. While the fallout from this round of college realignment is not finished, what is certain is that Zeke Jones feels confident that Arizona State's move from the Pac-12 to the Big 12 conference will be a positive for the wrestling program.