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Perennial wrestling powerhouse Central Oklahoma added 12 newcomers to the roster for 2023-24

Transfers joining the defending NCAA Division II national champion Bronchos are Aidan Boline from Lindenwood, Dylan Brown from Northeastern Oklahoma AM, Zane Coleman from Arizona State, Bryce Dauphin from Wyoming and Trenton Lusk from Carl Albert State.

UCO’s eight high schoolers are Will Heger and Dailey Jennings from El Reno, Eli Kirk from Guthrie, Riley Kuder from Broken Arrow, Jaxon Koeltzow and Tucker Waitman from Tuttle and Kaleb Owens from Perry.

“We were able to bring in a lot of really good wrestlers and they will help make us better,” head coach Todd Steidley said. “We got a few experienced transfer guys along with some of the best high school kids in the state and we’re looking forward to having them in the room.”

Boline redshirted as a freshman at Lindenwood last season and will have four years eligibility remaining. A probable 157-pounder, he was a two-time state placer at Washburn (Kan.) Rural High School, winning the title as a senior.

Brown was a two-time junior college All-American at 149 pounds for NEO. A product of Cleveland High School, he finished fourth as a freshman in 2022 before coming in as national runner-up in 2023 to cap a 36-7 sophomore season…

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