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September 2020 WIN Magazine Now Available

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The NCAA still has not announced when the 2020-21 college wrestling season will begin this winter, but WIN Magazine is looking ahead by producing its annual preseason NCAA Div. I rankings

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The following are some of the stories that appear in the latest issue of WIN Magazine, including thoughts on how wrestlers and coaches should continue to train in the midst of a pandemic.

Page 8 – JOHN KLESSINGER COLUMN

Most people now know how important the mental side of the sport is, especially in wrestling. However, ever find yourself wanting to know “what to do about it” to improve? Klessinger identifies what might be the biggest issue and how to fix it.

Page 10 – SUPLES TRAINING TIPS

Some people may feel that COVID has hurt their training by a lack of facilities/normal equipment. WIN’s Zach Even-Esh points out that it just takes a little creativity to get a work-out that might be even better than normal!

Page 12 – JUSTICE FOR ALL

As society balances racial issues and law and order, Wyoming’s Montorie Bridges, a black wrestler with a law enforcement background, is giving up the sport to focus on this subject in his master’s degree.

Page 14 – WIN’S COLLEGE TEAM RANKINGS

Iowa, Michigan and Cornell are slated 1-2-3 in WIN’s Preseason College Rankings, presented by Cliff Keen. Find out where your team ranks for the upcoming 2020-21 season.

Pages 16-23 – WIN’S INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS – WEIGHT BY WEIGHT

Find out who the top guys are to beat in each of the 10 Division I weight classes, plus find interesting tid-bits and background on many of the top guys to stay on top of this year’s national NCAA action.

Page 20 – ONE-YEAR WONDERS

While Oklahoma State, Iowa and Penn State are usually mentioned as dynasty programs, there were six years when other teams captured their school’s lone team titles, including UNI in 1950 (see photo, right).

Page 31 – GIRLS WRESTLING IN A ‘WRESTLING STATE’

Iowa is among a group of states which have strong tradition for males on the high school and college level, and are now looking closer at the momentum that has led to 27 other states officially sanctioning the sport.

Page 33 – TRACKWRESTLING’S ‘WHAT I LEARNED…”

In a feature that first appeared on this wrestling media website, Cornell coach Rob Koll and former Penn State All-American Frank Molinaro share what Kyle Dake, Yianni Diakomihalis and Cael Sanderson taught them. 

Page 36 – RMN EVENTS FEATURE

Kevin English, founder and director of the Elite Athletic Club in Northwest Indiana, shares his love for the sport and intensity that he first learned from his high school coach.

Also columns by Bryan Van Kley, Rob Sherrill, Kyle Klingman, Sandy Stevens, Mike Chapman, Wayne Baughman, and Mike Finn, as well as a Q&A with Dan Gable.

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