Freestyle and Greco coaches preview the U.S. Open for the Minnesota Storm. Who are they excited to watch compete?
Dustin Schlatter talked with Scott Casber of Takedown Wrestling Media about the upcoming U.S. Open.
After five years away from competition, University of Minnesota assistant coach Jayson Ness will take to the mats at the Northeast Regional Championships in Pennsylvania.
U.S. Greco Roman Team Leader Christina "Kiki" Kelley made history last spring as the first women to attend a wrestling event in Iran. Since then she has become an ambassador for women's wrestling in Iran. She sat down, during this inaugural women's wrestling week to tell us about her involvement with USA Wrestling, her unique diplomatic experiences, and her hope for women's wrestling in the future.
Brian Graham spent last week beating an Olympic champion at the Dave Schultz Memorial International and doing some officiating at the college level.
Dustin Schlatter (top) led the Minnesota Storm freestyle contingent at the Dave Schultz Memorial International in Colorado Springs with a second-place finish at 70kg.
Jordan Holm (pictured) won his third straight Greco-Roman championship at the 2015 Dave Schultz Memorial International at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado on Thursday. Photo by House 8 Graphics.
University of Minnesota legend Tony Nelson will return to the mat tomorrow for his first competition since last year's NCAA Championships. Our intern Allie Krings checked in with him earlier this week to talk to him about the upcoming event and his affiliation with the University of Minnesota team as an administrative assistant.
Several members of the Minnesota Storm participated in two duals as part of the Jack Pinto Cup over the weekend in Colorado. The Storm's Andy Bisek (pictured) made his return to competition and was victorious in Sunday night's main event. Brian Graham also picked up a victory on Sunday.
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