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College WrestlingCollege Wrestling (or Collegiate Wrestling) is a style of competitive amateur wrestling practiced at the college level in the United States. The sport is governed by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) as a member of the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) for men's programs and the Division I for women's programs. College wrestling is one of the oldest collegiate sports in the United States and has over 500 college programs. It is second only to football in terms of overall students and alumni involved in the sport, and is an important part of college life for many student-athletes. College wrestling is divided into 3 divisions: Division I, II and III. Division I is the most competitive level of collegiate wrestling and features some of the best college teams in the country. Divisions II and III are less competitive divisions. The NCAA season consists of two parts, the regular season and post-season. During the regular season, teams compete in dual meets and tournaments to prepare them for the post-season. Dual meets (often referred to as matches) usually consist of 10 bouts and teams from one school compete individually against teams from other schools. Tournaments are the same format, but often involve multiple teams. At the end of the regular season, qualifying teams compete in the conference championships. The top wrestlers from each weight class advance to the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships which are held at the end of March. There are 10 weight divisions in college wrestling, ranging from 125 pounds to heavyweight (265+ pounds). The top eight finishers from each weight class are named All-Americans and receive medals for their performance. College wrestling is a storied sport with a long and colorful history. Wrestling has been an official NCAA sport since 1928 and dates back even further, with NCAA wrestling championships being the longest running of any sport. Some of the most prominent figures in sports come from the world of college wrestling, including Hall of Fame Wrestlers Dan Gable, Cael Sanderson, and Ben Peterson. Many legendary wrestling programs at the collegiate level also have produced Olympic medalists and world champions. These include Oklahoma, Iowa, Penn State, Iowa State, and the University of Michigan, to name a few. College wrestling is a proud sport, and continues to be an important part of many college campuses and the sports culture of the United States. It is an exciting sport to watch and features fierce competition, determination and heart. Whether you are looking for a great team to cheer for or are a wrestler competing on the mats, college wrestling is an experience that will never be forgotten.
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Wisconsin at MinnesotaCollege WrestlingFrom Maturi Pavilion in Minneapolis.
Iowa at NebraskaCollege WrestlingFrom Bob Devaney Sports Center in Lincoln, Neb.