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Get ready for an exciting HS and college season in V29I1 WIN Magazine
It’s about that time of year for both high school and college wrestling programs to get started and there were no better tournaments to showcase much of this talent than the Super 32 Challenge Tournament in Greensboro, N.C., and the UWW U23 World Championships in Spain.
WIN Magazine is excited to provide fans coverage from those events in our latest issue, which was printed on Oct. 26 and immediately available in digital form.
Inside this issue, you will also find several features, including on how Morgan State’s return to college wrestling could also be a key first step in more Historically Black College and Universities restarting their men’s programs, while also possibly starting women’s programs.
Check out the list of the features in the latest issue of WIN … as well as columns by Dan Gable, Rob Sherrill, John Klessinger, Mike Chapman, Kyle Klingman, Sandy Stevens, Bryan Van Kley, Mike Finn and other training/technique pieces. You will also find updated high school and college preseason rankings.
V29I1 WIN Magazine Highlights
Page 10 – WEST REGION NOTEBOOK – It was quite a summer for wrestlers in the United States, especially for California native Amit Elor, who became the youngest-ever U.S. Senior World champ and added two more age-group World titles.
Page 11 – ILLINOIS NOTEBOOK – Lockport’s Morgan Turner, who claimed a boys state title this summer, joined Mt. Carmel’s Sergio Lemley and Ben Daviso of St. Charles as champions at the Super 32 Challenge.
Page 19 – BO KNOWS … BOUNCING BACK- Bo Bassett, a freshman from Bishop McCort High School, avenged a 2021 Super 32 loss to New Jersey prep Anthony Knox in this year’s event, which will also help him deal with missing the state tourney in 2023.
Page 23 – ELOR TRIFECTA HIGHLIGHTS U23 WORLDS – Amit Elor became the first American to win three World championships in one year as the women’s freestyle star added to her U20 and Senior titles and led Team USA’s nine-medal haul in Spain last month.
Page 24 – HISTORICALLY BACK ON THE MAT – Over 40 years after they met as top high school wrestlers, new Morgan State coach Kenny Monday (right) fulfilled a wish by Bear alum John Davis and more importantly may ignite a wrestling renewal at other HBCUs to consider restarting or adding programs.
Page 26 – COLLEGE NOTEBOOK – The NWCA All-Star Classic returns for the first time in four years and is one of many big college events this season.
Page 36 – RMN EVENTS FEATURE – Under coach Pete Dickinson, Alaska’s All-American Club is perfect for the state’s wrestlers.
Page 38 – SIBLING RIVALRY – Iowan Skylar Slade, who surprised many by rallying to win impressive victories in the girls high school division of the Super 32 Challenge, actually quit wrestling at a younger age before she decided to follow in the footsteps of her older brother who is wrestling for the heralded Southeast Polk program.
Page 41 – MATLAMP KEEPS SHINING – Legendary NAIA coach Bob Riehm of Southern Oregon may have passed away a few years ago, but his dream of adding dramatic lighting to wrestling contests is brighter than ever under owner Dave Adams.