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The Purdue wrestling crew is back for season four episode four of the Always Aggressive podcast. A new member joins the ranks alongside head coach Tony Ersland and company to talk all things Boilermaker wrestling with wrestle offs just one month away. Coach Ersland breaks down what stood out to him from the 2022 World Wrestling Championships that c…
 
World & Olympic champion and Morgan State head coach Kenny MondayNew Morgan State head wrestling coach Kenny Monday joins the show to talk about his new role as the Baltimore-based HBCU is relaunching its wrestling program in 2023-24. Monday was a three-time All-American and 1984 NCAA champion at Oklahoma State. He climbed the podium at the highest…
 
The first Premier National League (PNL) wrestling event will take place on Saturday, September 24 in Aurora, Illinois. The PNL features eight of the nation's top wrestling clubs in tiered competition focused on development of the next level of college and international wrestlers. On this episode of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, Jared Lawrence, …
 
The show WILL go on as Episode 97 of the #PackMentality Pop-Ins Podcast is once again joined by head wrestling coach Pat Popolizio and host Brian Reinhardt. There’s been some news floating around about the status of said host, preseason, and the schedule. Show Segments1:00 - Preseason Week 3 is rolling on.2:00 - Hey, the schedule is out!4:00 - Wher…
 
The crew at MatStats continues their study on potential changes on team scoring. This Episode examines the concept of continuing the Margin of Victory dual meet scoring with the inclusion of Placement Points for tournaments. Using the data from Men's D1 Championships (1988-1992 & 2017-2022), MatStats contends that we should change the scoring at to…
 
Purdue wrestling is gearing up for another big season on the mat and the on the recruiting trail. The crew gets together again to discuss all of that and more on another episode of the Always Aggressive podcast.Head coach Tony Ersland starts off by discussing how excited the team is to be back on campus, back in school and back in the wrestling roo…
 
Rich Bender, the Executive Director of USA Wrestling, talks during the 2022 USA Wrestling Junior Women's Freestyle National Championships about the tremendous growth of women's wrestling and how this tournament has served as one of the catalysts. Bender talks about the decision to bring the first Junior Women's tournament to Fargo in 2002 and how i…
 
Purdue wrestling announced several staff changes and additions Tuesday, and following that release the Always Aggressive Podcast was lucky enough to welcome new volunteer assistant coach LeRoy Gardner to the show.In addition to head coach Tony Ersland's thoughts and impressions on Gardner, the Golden Valley, Minnesota native takes us through his wr…
 
Israel “Izzy” Martinez was one of the top high school wrestlers coming out of Illinois in the early part of the 2000s. Martinez won an NJCAA championship as a freshman at North Idaho College and then enrolled at Iowa, but his Division I career didn’t develop like the expectations that followed his stellar high school career. Martinez re-created a n…
 
Coach Tony Ersland and hosts Tanner Lipsett and Cory Palm discuss the summer season, go through the newcomers on the roster and take a first glance at the squad's non-conference schedule.Jason Bryant, Mat Talk Podcast Network による
 
For the last three years, Pat Forde has been a senior writer at Sports Illustrated. A native of Colorado Springs, Forde’s journalism career started upon his arrival at the University of Missouri. After nearly two decades at the Courier-Journal in Louisville, Kentucky, he’s spent the last decade writing college sports for Yahoo and then SI. Forde jo…
 
Doug Brooker’s journeys around the globe involve baseball diamonds and wrestling circlesDoug Brooker has spent decades covering wrestling, but doing it behind a wall of monitors. A longtime producer, Brooker worked for Iowa Public Television for 30 years and was the go-to guy when it came to wrestling on television. Brooker also was on the ground f…
 
The dual meet is one of the great features our sport has to welcome new fans, to pack arenas and to see how one team matches up with another. While dual meet scoring has undergone some changes over the past 50-plus years, does the team scoring metric adequately represent the scoring that takes place within the men’s college structure of 10 weight c…
 
In 2002, USA Wrestling launched the first Junior Women’s Freestyle National Championships and the tournament joined the four men’s divisions in Fargo, North Dakota. The fifth tournament in Fargo would feature just over 100 young women. One of those first champions was Michigan’s Brandy Green, who then was known as Brandy Rosenbrock. Green was one o…
 
The show must go on as host Brian Reinhardt and head wrestling coach Pat Popolizio are back for another episode of the #PackMentality Pop-Ins Podcast. Show Segments0:50 - Welcome, we're back and Pat isn't going anywhere. 2:19 - Pat is entering his second decade in Raleigh.3:25 - We've got a new staffer! 4:20 - Daycare facilities to be added to the …
 
It’s been a while since Kyle and Andy sat down and hit record, but that’s just what they’ll do as they recap some of the summer happenings - the U17 World Championships, Junior & 16U Nationals and the NWCA ConventionJason Bryant, Mat Talk Podcast Network による
 
Noted college women's lacrosse coach Kelly Amonte Hiller is in Fargo watching her daughter Harlee competed at the 16U Women's Freestyle National Championships. A fan of combat sports and multiple sports for athletes, Amonte Hiller talks about her daughter's time in wrestling, what the crossover is for mindset training for lacrosse and wrestling and…
 
The 2022 National Wrestling Hall of Fame Honors Weekend closed out with its annual induction program featuring all the honorees. The Class of 2022 featured Meritorious Official Tom Clark (posthumously), Order of Merit recipient Mike Moyer, Medal of Courage recipient Melissa Simmons, Outstanding American Mario Lopez and Distinguished Members Clariss…
 
The MatStats gang, Glenn Gormley, Jason Bryant, and Kevin Hazard, does a deep penetration step into the scoring, pins, & OT of 3366 wrestlers & 6060 bouts at NCAA D1 Men’s Championship bouts.MatStats compiles a comprehensive statistical study on scoring categories of the Men’s NCAA D1 Championship Tournaments. The study includes two 5-year periods …
 
Our series of “Weird Al” album rankings continues! This week, Lauren is joined by Jason Bryant, Hall of Fame sportswriter, broadcaster, and announcer, to discuss Al’s 1992 offering Off the Deep End. How do our rankings line up? Listen and find out!Full show notes available:https://www.beerdalpodcast.com/very-special-episode-off-the-deep-end-ranked-…
 
An All-American at Lock Haven during his college days, Shannyn Gillespie has been on the front lines of coaching women’s wrestling for nearly two decades. The Illinois native is currently the head wrestling coach at Lakeland University, a Division III school that offers both men’s and women’s wrestling. On Episode 708 of the Short Time Wrestling Po…
 
The 72nd annual Headliner’s Night, hosted by the Peninsula Sports Club, took place on June 27 at the Omni Hotel in Newport News, Virginia. William & Mary football play-by-play commentator Jay Colley served as the Master of Ceremonies for the annual event, which featured Mat Talk Online’s Jason Bryant as the event’s Keynote Speaker. In 2021, Bryant …
 
Texas native Jake Hart talks about his career at Virginia Tech, how he arrived and why he stuck things out when it was clear he wasn't going to be the starter for the Hokies at 157 pounds. Now focusing on a career in sports media and journalism, Jake's joined up with Fanco Wrestling. He talks about his journey, being selfless, and what's next.SUBSC…
 
The 2022 National Wrestling Hall of Fame Honors Weekend was back to a fully attended in-person event after a delay from the 2020 class and the 2021 induction ceremony. The McKnight Center hosted one of the newest additions to the weekend, the Tribute Breakfast. Speaking at the Tribute Breakfast in 2022 were Rick Tucci and Zach Errett for Meritoriou…
 
There are 32 conferences in the Division I athletics landscape. Among the 350 Division I schools, there will be 81 that have wrestling at the start of the 2023-24 season. Those 81 teams will be spread across 28 different all-sports conferences and collected into seven conferences that sponsor wrestling. All 14 Big Ten schools sponsor the sport. Six…
 
Brian Fox of the Mississippi Wrestling Foundation is helping to try to get Mississippi to complete that circle on getting the sport of wrestling fully integrated into the last state that doesn’t have an official state wrestling tournament. Join Kyle Klingman and Andy Hamilton as they talk about the world of wrestling on the flagship podcast of Trac…
 
Brendan Buckley, Executive Director of Beat The Streets New York, talks about his path to BTS, the mission of the program and how the organization has grown and created opportunities since launching in what was once a barren landscape of wrestling. Oh, and that whole Final X thing coming to the Hulu Theater on June 8 in New York City!Prior to getti…
 
Welcome to the NWCA’s latest venture to help our favorite sport. Glenn Gormley, Jason Bryant and Kevin Hazard outline their effort to bring statistical analysis to wrestling. MatStats is the NWCA’s attempt to bring wrestling up to speed with so many other sports by incorporating stats. The MatStats crew investigates ideas to help Grow our sport. In…
 
Coaches Tony Ersland and Leroy Vega join hosts Tanner Lipsett and Cory Palm to discuss Matt Ramos winning the U.S. Open last month and preview his chances this weekend at World Team Trials in Coralville, Iowa. They also discuss other performances at the U.S. Open and celebrate recent Purdue Wrestling graduates.…
 
You typically don't get a lot of coverage when you're redshirting in college wrestling. Episode 95 of the #PackMentality Pop-Ins Podcast will change that, highlighting three wrestlers who will be looking to attack the lineup next year after redshirting in 2021-22. Host Brian Reinhardt gets an update from head coach Pat Popolizio about the upcoming …
 
Bruce Burnett has excelled as a coach on the high school, collegiate and international levels, serving as USA Wrestling’s national freestyle coach and leading some of the most successful teams in American history.During his tenure, five Americans won Olympic gold medals and 11 U.S. athletes won 13 World Championships including four champions in 199…
 
A new college wrestling tournament will hit the schedule in December as Soldier Salute will kick off just before New Year’s at Coralville, Iowa’s Xtreme Arena. The event is the brainchild of Josh Schamberger, the President of the Iowa City/Coralville Visitors & Conventions Bureau and a big-time fan of wrestling and wrestling events. Join Kyle Kling…
 
Cody Garcia was a four-time NCAA Division II All-American and two-time champion at powerhouse Nebraska-Omaha under coach Mike Denney. Garcia, the son of a coach himself, started his career at his alma mater after finishing up with his eligibility in 2009. Most in wrestling know what happened in Omaha at the end of the 2011 season, but Garcia moved …
 
When wrestlers, coaches, media and fans gather to talk about the G.O.A.T. at Lehigh University, the conversation always includes Mark Lieberman. Combining all styles, he is considered the Mountain Hawks’ greatest overall wrestler. A 1979 Sports Illustrated article described Mark as “the guttiest and the best” college wrestler that year.He was a two…
 
Jim Dutrow is back for another year of promoting wrestling at all levels with #WrestlingShirtADayInMay, a social media campaign aimed at showing your wrestling pride from every level of wrestling. This year, the month-long campaign is combined with the #BloodRoundPoundDown weight-loss fundraiser, so the wrestling social media community is losing we…
 
One of only two Americans to win three medals at the Greco-Roman World Championships, Dremiel Byers is considered one of the best Greco-Roman wrestlers in U.S. history.Byers won a gold medal at the 2002 World Championships and is one of just five Americans to win a gold medal in Greco-Roman wrestling. He added a bronze medal in 2007 and a silver me…
 
Wheaton College head coach and 2X US Olympian Jim Gruenwald makes his long awaited appearance on the show to discuss his new book Not All Roads Lead to Gold. Gruenwald discusses several of the book's foundational concepts as well as having to revisit painful moments from his career in order to illustrate the most important points he wants readers t…
 
J.D. Oliva is carving out quite the career for himself as a fiction writer. The wrestling coach at Illinois’ DeKalb High School is publishing a trilogy of books via Kickstarter with his new series, The Wolf Stone Saga.Link: http://kck.st/3EpOqaeOliva also writes on the topic of professional wrestling for FightGameMedia and the first half of our sho…
 
Michigan head wrestling coach Sean Bormet is coming off a program-best second-place finish at the NCAA Division I Championships as the school capped it’s 100th season on the mats. Join Kyle Klingman and Andy Hamilton as they talk about the world of wrestling on the flagship podcast of Trackwrestling.com from FloSports. Show Segments0:40 - Andy rese…
 
As a competitor and coach, Bill Zadick has forever written his name in the U.S. wrestling record book.He won a gold medal at the World Championships in Guangzhou, China in 2006. His younger brother, Mike, brought home a silver medal from the same tournament, making them the first set of brothers since Terry and Tom Brands in 1995 to both make the s…
 
For the past 16 years, Josh Rhoden has been leading the Cougars of Clackamas Community College to new heights in the NJCAA. After winning the program’s sixth national championship - and fourth in a row - Rhoden jumped at the opportunity to head to Division I, joining the coaching staff at Oregon State. Rhoden assumed the role at Clackamas as a 26-y…
 
Kenny Monday was an NCAA champion at Oklahoma State and won four medals at the World Championships and Olympic Games, including Golds in 1988 and 1989. He’s now the Director of Wrestling at the Geneva, Ohio private school, SPIRE Institute & Academy and is looking to create something new as he’s giving back to the sport by teaching another generatio…
 
Glenn Gormley, Jason Bryant and Kevin Hazard explore the idea behind a non-scholarship or limited-scholarship Division I wrestling conference and how it could work and how it would be affordable for schools to implement. There’s some historical precedent as Division I football features the non-scholarship Pioneer Football League, a non-scholarship …
 
Elizabeth Henson is one of my old college friends and a member of the 2000 NCAA Division I field hockey national championship team at Old Dominion University. Now she's got a cool podcast and we recently reconnected, talked about the show and decided I needed to come on to tell some old stories and explain how her show actually explains my career p…
 
After representing the United States on six World teams and coming away with a bronze medal in 2015 and a silver medal in 2017, James Green is calling it a career. On Episode 113 of Inside Virginia Tech Wrestling, Green talks about his career, why he's leaving his shoes on the mat, what's next with USA Wrestling and he also reflects on his time in …
 
A momentous day for women’s wrestling and wrestling as a whole came on April 9, 2022 as the NAIA approve women’s wrestling as its 28th championship sport. With the announcement, the NAIA becomes the first major college athletics organization to officially sanction the sport for an official national championship. On Episode 700 of the Short Time Wre…
 
Minnesota All-American Ed Giese training the next generation of women’s wrestlers in HungaryDuring the 2022 European Championships at BOK Sportcsarnok, I sat down with Illinois native and 1986 Division I All-American Ed Giese. Ed goes through his years wrestling in Illinois, competing at Minnesota in an era before J Robinson was coaching there, wre…
 
NC State’s five-time All-American Hayden Hidlay finished up his college career a few weeks ago in Detroit at 174 pounds. Now he’s taken the shoes off from competitive wrestling and will turn his focus to coaching, starting out with a new role at his alma mater. Join Kyle Klingman and Andy Hamilton as they talk about the world of wrestling on the fl…
 
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