WIN’s Post-Nationals Commemorative Issue (V29I7) is now available

Updated: March 31, 2023

The 2023 postseason of college wrestling is still fresh on all fans’ minds and WIN Magazine was at many of the national championships at every level. Now in its 29th year, the magazine is offering you an opportunity to purchase a commemorative issue that captured all the great moments that happened at the three NCAA tournaments as well as those in the NCWWC, NAIA and NJCAA.

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In the latest 72-page issue, which was printed March 30 and is already available in digital form, there are plenty of stories from the NCAA Division I Nationals in Tulsa, Okla. That includes Yianni Diakomihalis becoming the fifth wrestler to win four national titles and Penn State capturing a 10th team title under Cael Sanderson. There are also features on the nine other wrestlers who won titles, including Michigan’s Mason Parris, who also won the coveted Dan Hodge Trophy.

Meanwhile, Central Oklahoma won its first NCAA Division II championship since 2007 and the Lackman brothers — Matt and Nathan, from two different schools — faced off against each other at the Division III Nationals.

Women’s college wrestling also had great moments, including at the NCWWC Nationals, where North Central College was led by Women’s College Wrestler of the Year in Yelena Makoyed and welcomes the future after it was announced that women’s wrestling is moving closer to being sanctioned by the NCAA.

This issue also provides plenty of commentary from the sport’s greats like Dan Gable, who compared his historic loss to Larry Owings in 1970 to that of Iowa’s three-time champ Spencer Lee, who was upset by Purdue’s Matt Ramos in the semifinals.

Plus, also enjoy columns by Mike Chapman, who ranks the WIN Fan Expo in Tulsa among the best ever for wrestling fans to come together, and Rob Sherrill, who looks back at the high school careers of the 2023 NCAA All-Americans. Also check out thoughts by Tristan Warner and John Klessinger on what other wrestlers overcame tough times to earn All-American moments in the BOK Center.

There are many other features, including a review of the documentary “Helen/Believe” and a look at the Lopez family of Las Vegas, N.M.; as well as training and technique pages by Zach Even-Esh, Eric Everard and Ohio State coach Tom Ryan.

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