Nebraska Senior Standouts Make it Official

3x medalist, 2x finalist and State Champion Evan Canoyer of Waverly has signed on to wrestle for NCAA Division 1 Cornell. Cornell is one of the top D1 programs in the country. They’ve finished in the top ten at the NCAA Tournament every year since 2007. He’ll join Kearney native Philip Moomey who is also…

Apply Now for NEWrestle Scholarship

Are you a high school senior from the state of Nebraska who has been involved in wrestling or know someone who is? NEwrestle will be rewarding a $500 college scholarship annually to a high school male and female senior from the state of Nebraska who either wrestled or was heavily involved (manager, cheerleader, etc…) in…

Nebraska vs Minnesota preview.

By: Brennan Stessman At last, we have Husker wrestling. Not only do we get a season, but we get to do so with a stacked lineup, and we get to open things up against Big Ten Competition as the Gable Steveson-led Minnesota Gophers head to town. Spectators will not be permitted, but this will undoubtedly…

Husker season preview.

By: Brennan Stessman After 306 long and puzzling days, the Husker grapplers are ready to return to action. Lead by 6 returning All Americans, the Huskers look to continue their winning ways in dominant fashion and achieve the program’s highest finishing at the NCAA Championships since the Burroughs-led ’08-’09 squad finished 4th. It should also…

How does B1G fall sports decision impact wrestling?

On Tuesday, the Big Ten announced the postponement of the fall sports season. With that announcement, colleges are already reporting a loss of $80-100 million in revenue. With football being the biggest money maker for colleges, what does it mean for the future of wrestling? Stanford has already cut wrestling due to economic downfall, despite…

Conor Knopick makes college commitment

Photo Credit: Millard South Wrestling Conor Knopick has made his college decision. The Millard South / MWC Senior-to-be will be an Iowa State Cyclone. Photo: Ben Strandberg @strandbergdesign Conor was 4th as a freshman and 3rd as a sophomore before overcoming a neck injury and claiming a state title at A132 – arguably the toughest…