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  • Oklahoma State Cowboys: NCAA Day 2

    Oklahoma State – 25.0 Points (19th Place) The second day of NCAA’s was a tough one for the Cowboys, as they only put two on the podium. Plott had a good performance to put himself in the consolation semifinals, but a shocking upset of Fix put a damper in Tulsa. Sitting at 19 place currently, […] More

  • Oklahoma Sooners: NCAA Day 2

    After three sessions the Sooners were out of the tournament with six points and sitting in 40th place. That’s their lowest point total and placement since 2018 with just one point at 56th place. This is also their first tournament without a single wrestler in the bloodround since 2018 as well. They didn’t necessarily have […] More

  • Oklahoma State Cowboys: NCAA Day I

    After the first day of NCAA’s the Cowboys are tied at #17 in the team scores with Illinois and Stanford. OSU has seven wrestlers still alive, with two in the quarters. Injuries were a big hit, as both Witcraft and Young were hit hard. Fix and Plott had good performances, and have the matchups to […] More

  • NCAA Preview – Oklahoma State

    #13 Oklahoma State – NCAA Preview * article was written at the time before any bracket redraws After a runner-up finish at Big 12’s, the Cowboys are bringing their full squad to Tulsa once again after Wyatt Sheets received an at-large bid. In recent years at NCAA’s they won an unexpected team trophy in 2021, […] More

  • NCAA Preview – Oklahoma

    After a better than expected Big 12 tournament, the Sooners are taking eight qualifiers to Tulsa and looking to make some noise. The past two years the team has had a strong conference performance, but finished outside of the top 20 at NCAA’s. Last year the team actually had nine qualifiers, but only scored 11 […] More

  • Central Oklahoma: National Champs

    CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (March 11) – There’s strength in numbers and Central Oklahoma certainly proved that old adage correct in breaking a long drought at the NCAA Division II Wrestling Championships Saturday at Alliant Energy Powerhouse. The top-ranked Bronchos placed nine of their tournament-high 10 qualifiers in the top seven – pulling off eight upsets […] More

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    NEO and Carl Albert State Crown Twelve All-Americans

    Last weekend NEO and Carl Albert State crowned a total of twelve All-Americans between the state’s two junior college programs at the NJCAA National Tournament in Council Bluffs, Iowa. The seven All-Americans for Carl Albert were the first in program history. Carl Albert State finished sixth on the girls’ side and 14th on the boys. […] More

  • Preview: UCO entering the NCAA DII National Championships

    A long season comes to its conclusion this weekend at the 2023 NCAA Division II Wrestling Championships in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Central Oklahoma will be one of the leading contenders for the team title. The top-ranked Bronchos will be searching for the program’s 16th national championship – and the first since 2007 – behind […] More

  • Big 12 Review: Oklahoma State

    #16 Oklahoma State – 2nd Place (134 Points) OK State came into the tournament looking to contend for a conference title but came up just short. They did beat Iowa State however, who are #7 in the tournament rankings. The team qualified nine wrestlers, with Sheets having a solid chance to get an at-large bid. […] More

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    Big 12 Review: OU

    Oklahoma – 4th Place (97.5 Points) Despite coming in unranked as a tournament team, the Sooners came in and once again overperformed to finish in the top four for the third year in a row. They did that with a combination of upsets, wrestlers outperforming seeds, and of course bonus points. Nine Sooners made the […] More

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    Keegan Luton and Cade Manion Finish as All-Americans for OCU

    From OCU Sports Information PARK CITY, Kan. – Oklahoma City University’s Keegan Luton and Cade Manion posted fifth-place finishes at their respective weights in the NAIA men’s wrestling championships Saturday at Hartman Arena.  Luton boasted of fifth at 149 pounds, while Manion took fifth at 141 pounds. The duo became two-time all-Americans.  “I’m super proud of our guys’ efforts,” […] More

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