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Current Issue and Digital Information

The latest issue (Vol. 24, Issue 6) of Wrestling Insider Newsmagazine  — called WIN’s NCAA Championships Commemorative Edition — has been printed March 28 and is now available in digital form.

Inside this issue you will find the most comprehensive coverage of the 2018 NCAA Division I Championships that took place March 15-17 in Cleveland, Ohio, with features on all champions and notes of many of the All-Americans.

There is also plenty of opinions from notable former wrestlers and coaches on why Penn State won a seventh team title in the past eight years.

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Page 7 ZAIN RETHERFORD WINS SECOND HODGE

Penn State’s three-time NCAA champion at 149 pounds became the fourth person to earn multiple trophies, presented annually to the

nation’s most dominant college wrestler.

Page 15 SECRETS OF SUCCESS

Unlike 2017, when Penn State used bonus points to win a team title, the 2018 Nittany Lions used consistency and staying calm to overcome a late deficit to beat Big Ten champ Ohio State for the 2018 team title.

Page 16 NCAA WEIGHT-BY-WEIGHT REVIEWS

All 10 champions are featured as well as separate notes and quotes from many of the 70 other All-Americans.

Page 36 WHO WILL CHALLENGE PENN STATE IN 2019?

With seven returning All-Americans, the Nittany Lions will be favored to win again in Pittsburgh next March, but watch out again for Ohio State and Iowa, which is led by true freshman champ Spencer Lee.

Page 40 SECOND-CHANCE CHAMPS LEAD AT DIV. II

There were four wrestlers who started their college careers elsewhere who won in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, including Wisconsin’s three-time titlist Nick Becker who claimed a third-straight championship.

Page 44 WARTBURG DOMINATES DIV. III AGAIN

Three Knights of Waverly, Iowa, captured individual titles in Cleveland and led their team to a 14th team title, while Johnson & Wales and Waynesburg also made history.

Page 52 GO EARN IT HONOREE: TARIQ WILSON

The unseeded redshirt freshman from NC State, who claimed third place at 133 pounds in Cleveland, proved it doesn’t matter where someone is ranked to excel at the NCAAs.

Plus columns by Dan Gable, Jordan Burroughs, Kyle Dake and David Taylor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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