NCAA Coaches React to First Official Practice

October 10th marked the first official NCAA practice for four college programs in Nebraska. We caught up with their head coaches and they shared their reactions to the first day. “Great practice, with guys that were dialed in and focused on getting better, physical, and developing their competitive spirit” -Mark Manning, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (NCAA…

Jordan Burroughs elected chair of United World Wrestling Athletes Commission

CORSIER-SUR-VEVEY (September 11) – United World Wrestling has announced seven new members of the organization’s Athletes Commission. The wrestlers were voted onto the commission by their fellow athletes at the 2017 Senior World Wrestling championships last month in Paris. In the commission’s first act, four-time world champion and 2012 Olympic champion Jordan BURROUGHS was selected to chair…

Christian Miller Joins Husker Squad

In late July, Christian Miller decided that Northern Illinois University wasn’t the best fit for him. After getting a full release from NIU on August 9th, it only took him 4 days to get accepted at UNL. Five more days after getting accepted, and he was officially a Husker. We caught up with him briefly…

Andrew Stowe Returning to Nebraska

NEwrestle has learned that sophomore Andrew Stowe will be leaving the Iowa State wrestling program and will transfer to the University of Nebraska. A native of Norfolk, Nebraska Stowe stated that one of the reasons for his transfer was to move closer to home. Stowe will join David Jensen, Patrick Grayson, Tanner Farmer, and Wyatt…

Huskers Announce 2017-18 Schedule

The Nebraska wrestling team released its 2017-18 schedule on Monday, as the Huskers will face a slate that features seven of the top-25 team finishers from last year’s NCAA Championships. The Huskers will host their annual Coaches Clinic/Intrasquad on Friday, Oct. 27 before heading to a pair of open tournaments the next weekend. NU will…

Matt Malcom Transferring to Nebraska-Kearney

NEwrestle has learned that former Iowa high school state champion, Matt Malcom will be transferring out of the University of Iowa. A Glenwood, Iowa native will be transferring west to Division II program, Nebraska-Kearney. Competing at 157 pounds for the Hawkeyes, Malcom was 19-5 in his first season as a college wrestler winning titles at…