Always dreamed of being able to go the NCAAs … but only have time to take in a single session?
Now you can! The 2020 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships are now offering college wrestling fans the opportunity to purchase single-session tickets in advance … online.
For the first time in recent history, you can purchase tickets for any of the six sessions for the 2020 NCAA D1s, to be held Thursday, March 19 through Saturday, March 21 at US Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis. Each day will feature two sessions … culminating with Session 6 — the championship finals — on Saturday night.
You can also purchase tickets for all six sessions as a package online.
Want to enhance your fan experience at the 2020 NCAA Div
Kegan Koshiol and McKinley EricksonTwo St. Croix Falls High School wrestlers were killed on their way to work out with their teammates before school Friday.
Kegan Koshiol and McKinley Erickson died when their SUV hit a patch of ice, ran off the road, flipped over, and struck a series of trees in St. Croix Falls on the western Wisconsin border with Minnesota, northwest of Minneapolis-St. Paul.
Koshiol and Erickson were slated to travel with the rest of their team to state sectionals at Edgar, Wis. just west of Wausau.
The tragic news was shared on the Facebook page of the St. Croix Falls Wrestling Booster Club.
Erickson was a junior, and a standout athlete in football, wrestling and track, according to WCCO-TV. The CBS a
IOWA CITY, Iowa — Senior Pat Lugo wrapped his senior day with a fall and the top-ranked University of Iowa wrestling team wrapped its undefeated regular season (13-0) with a 34-6 win over No. 10 Oklahoma State on Sunday.
Pat Lugo (Photo/Brian Ray, HawkeyeSports.com)Lugo made short work in his home finale, decking No. 6 Boo Lewallen in two minutes, 21 seconds.
“Very special. My first pin in Carver actually. It was cool,” Lugo said. “There were a lot of fans cheering. It was a good night, but the job is not finished. We’ve got Big Tens, nationals. I want to get my hand raised, do the same thing in Minnesota.”
Lugo’s pin was one of two Hawkeye falls and one of six bonus-point victories. Iowa opened the dual with a combination of m
AMES, Iowa — No. 19 Iowa State (10-5, 7-1 Big 12) ended its dual season on a bright note with a 22-16 victory over North Dakota State (10-4, 5-2 Big 12) in wrestling action Sunday evening in Hilton Coliseum.
Iowa State won six matches and the takedown battle, 16-7.
The win gave the Cyclones a share of the Big 12 dual title at 7-1.
How It Happened
Iowa State fell down 7-0 after dropping the first two matches at 157 and 165 pounds.
Sam Colbray recorded three points for the Cyclones at 174 pounds with a 7-3 victory over Luke Weber. Colbray recorded a pair of takedowns in the third period to improve his season record to 14-7.
Marcus Coleman dominated his match in a 15-4 win over T.J. Pottinger at 184 pounds. Coleman was the agg