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WRESTLING

Steveson has an 85-2 career record in college, including a current 52-matches winning streak.
Four coaches and the athletic director from the University of Minnesota were in Rochester on Tuesday for a Coaches Caravan event.
Three former wrestlers with ties to southeastern Minnesota were selected to the Minnesota Chapter National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum. Two others were inducted to the Minnesota Wrestling Coaches Association Dave Bartelma Hall of Fame.
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Patrick Kennedy, a former four-time state wrestling champion at Kasson-Mantorville, had high hopes when he chose Iowa out of high school. Though he's wasn't in the starting lineup his first two years there, those hopes remain the same. He wants to be a national champion.

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A look at the athletes who were named to all-conference teams in basketball, hockey and wrestling in southeastern Minnesota.
The South Dakota State University commit has been tabbed by the Minnesota Wrestling Coaches Association after collecting his fifth state title.
Byron's Maxwell Petersen and Kasson-Mantorville's Bennett Berge are Division I commits who dominated all season long, going a combined 102-0 en route to state titles. They are the Post-Bulletin's co-Wrestlers of the Year.
Minnesota wrestler looking to become the first Division I wrestler to finish a season with a perfect bonus rate — meaning he has defeated all opponents by pin, technical fall or major decision
With the return of big tournaments as well as a return to the Xcel Energy Center, Rochester-area grapplers took full advantage of a more normal season.
Steveson was named Big Ten wrestler of the year as voted by the coaches

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Rochester Community & Technical College placed 11th over the weekend in the NJCAA wrestling national championships.
Saturday was another successful day at Xcel Energy Center for a bunch of southeastern Minnesota wrestlers.
The Chatfield senior trailed 6-1 in the second period before recording a pin to capture his first state wrestling championship.

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