College Wrestling Weekend Recap

Photo Credit: St. Cloud State University NCAA Division 1: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Northeast Duals (Albany, NY) Nebraska 19 Utah Valley 15 125: Josh Jensen (UVU) FOR #6 Zeke Moisey (NEB) 133: Tucker Sjomeling (NEB) dec. Mitch Brown (UVU), 13-6 141: Matt Findlay (UVU) dec. #6 Chad Red Jr. (NEB), 10-8 149: Jordan Shearer (NEB) dec.…

College Wrestling Weekend Recap

NCAA Division 1: University of Nebraska-Lincoln The Huskers opened their season at the Warren Williamson/Daktronics Open hosted by South Dakota State University. Mikey Labriola led the charge by winning the 174 title scoring 3 bonus point wins in his 4 matches. Redshirt Freshman Christian Miller (Plainview High School) increased his stock by placing 2nd at…

Nebraska College Recap Nov 11-12

by Dru Kastler UN – Lincoln Redshirts @ Grand View Open Former NE HS wrestlers that competed – Andrew Nielsen (Plattsmouth), Trevor Nichelson (Ashland-Greenwood), Colton Wolfe (Columbus) UN – Kearney Wins over Fresno State 19-17 and San Francisco State 26-19 UNK edged Division 1 opponent Fresno State who reinstated their program this year after dropping…

Springer Tabbed as Head Wrestling Coach

(Hastings, Neb.) – Monroe, Washington-native Tyson Springer has been named Head Coach for the Hastings College Wrestling program. Springer recently finished his second season as Assistant Wrestling Coach of North Idaho Junior College and prior to that spent two years at Doane where he restarted the wrestling program back in 2013. “Tyson becomes just the third head coach of…

Schadwinkel Resigns From Hastings College

Hastings College Press Release After leading the Bronco wrestling program to one of its best conference finishes in school history by finishing third, Head Coach Mike Schadwinkel has announced his resignation. “I am very appreciative for the opportunity to meet my professional goals of successfully leading a collegiate wrestling program.,” Schadwinkel continued. “I wish nothing…

A Break for College Wrestlers

The college season is longer than the high school season, so the college guys can afford to take a few more days off. Their coaches preached to recover, but also continue to stay sharp. Andrew Nicola of Concordia University: “Our staff has worked really hard to help our wrestlers understand the importance of living a…