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Best UNI Wrestling podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
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Updated July 2020
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The only Olympic gold medal won in any sport by any Panther from UNI was donated to the wrestling program in 2018. At the age of 88, Iowa's oldest living gold medalist and former Panther wrestler Bill Smith chose for his medal to be placed in the West Gym where he had one of his two NCAA titles. The display will be unveiled at the Iowa State vs. UN…
 
UNI wrestling's Cooper Moore was a three-time NCAA qualifier at 165 pounds. He battled through injury his junior year but was on track to enjoy the success of his hard work his senior year. He won his first two matches with bonus points and then suffered an injury that ended his college career early in the season. Moore graduated from UNI with a de…
 
JJ Everard transferred to UNI after qualifying for the 2015 Division I NCAA National Championships. Now at a new school, Everard was forced to deal with a lot of adversity. His dad died just before Thanksgiving, and injury foiled his shot at a second trip to the NCAA tournament. He earned the team's Most Courageous Award, given in honor of UNI alum…
 
In high school, Mark Jolcover suffered a severe neck injury that was expected to end his wrestling career. He returned to the mat to compete on the UNI wrestling squad. He did eventually retire from competition, but he continued to be a vital part of the Panther team. He has since graduated and is looking to pursue a career in ministry. He will spe…
 
UNI's Jacob Holschlag and Drew Foster shocked some fans in the 2017 season. Foster had moved up to wrestle at the 184-pound weight class as a redshirt freshman, but very few realized how good he would be as a sophomore. He earned All-America honors at his first NCAA tournament. Redshirt freshman Jacob Holschlag had a similar search for his weight c…
 
UNI WRESTLER BRYCE STEIERT WILL COMPETE IN HIS SECOND NCAA TOURNAMENT IN THE SAME PLACE FROM WHICH HE DREW INSPIRATION TO START WRESTLING. HE’S TAKEN PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID SOME OF THE INJURIES THAT ARE KEEPING SOME STUDENT-ATHLETES FROM COMPETING AT NATIONALS. STEIERT’S BROTHER WRESTLES FOR WARTBURG COLLEGE, A DIVISION III COLLEGE IN HIS HOMETOWN, W…
 
The love of wrestling runs deep in Josh Alber’s family. The youngest of three, he has carried on the tradition. Alber’s family is hard to miss at UNI events. They travel long distances through Midwest storms to support the panthers, and that pack will get bigger this summer. Family ties also led Alber’s to compete at UNI. Alber was a four-time stat…
 
UNI wrestling: Three-time NCAA qualifier Cooper Moore started his senior year as just the second Panther to ever earn consecutive MAC titles. The 165-pounder suffered a severe injury that lingered his junior year. He returned to the mat focused on an All-American title, but injury ended his career. He continues to play a vital role for his teammate…
 
Sandy Stevens has witnessed how wrestling has saved lives. For 34 years, Stevens was known for announcing the NCAA Division I Championships. She has been the voice at multiple world championships, numerous independent and high school tournaments along with a pair of Olympic games (1984 – Los Angeles; 1996 – Atlanta).She tells the story of how wrest…
 
Meet UNI wrestling redshirt freshmen Max Thomsen and Taylor Lujan. Both earned four state titles. They joined UNI's Josh Alber, who was 177-0 as a high school prep. So how much does that success of four state titles in high school translate into college? Hear from both of the competitors and their coach, Doug Schwab.…
 
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