Monthly Archives: March 2018

Dubai World Cup Live

Dubai World Cup Live, touted as the richest horse race in the world, holds its 2018 edition on March 31 (Saturday) at the Meydan Race Course in Dubai. Fashion, speed, style and true Dubai-style extravagance is what you can expect at the event. The prize money this year is worth more than $10 million.

WATCH  LIVE NOW FREE

A total of 118 horses will take to the track on Saturday attempting to win part of the Dubai World Cup prize pool. Each horse will participate in one of nine races scheduled to take place, including eight thoroughbred races and one purebred-Arabian race Dubai World Cup Live.

Bob Baffert’s West Coast, last year’s champion three-year-old male, tops a field of 10 set for Saturday’s $10 million Dubai World Cup (G1) at Meydan. There were no surprises at Monday’s declaration stage, with all of the expected participants standing their ground. Post positions for the about 1 1/4-mile test will be drawn Wednesday Dubai World Cup Live.

The World Cup has a pronounced Breeders’ Cup flavor. Four of the contenders competed in last fall’s Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) – third-placer West Coast; Gunnevera, who dead-heated with Arrogate for fifth; and the respective eighth and 10th, Mubtaahij and Pavel. And two reigning Breeders’ Cup winners are venturing outside of their own divisions – Distaff (G1) champion Forever Unbridled tries males for the first time in her career finale, and Turf (G1) star Talismanic tries his luck on the dirt Dubai World Cup Live.

Rounding out the Carnival performers is the mare Furia Cruzada, the former Chilean champion who has competed ably versus males on this circuit. The winner of last year’s Al Maktoum Challenge Round 2 (over subsequent Godolphin Mile [G2] upsetter Second Summer), Furia Cruzada has finished third in the past two editions of Round 3. That performance didn’t help her in the 2017 World Cup, where she was involved in the bumoing match with Arrogate at the start, and she was a tailed-off 13 of 14. But trainer Erwan Charpy avers that her build-up this campaign has gone much better than a year ago, so Furia Cruzada may do herself justice on Saturday Dubai World Cup Live.

Forever Unbridled figures to have a better time than the only other Breeders’ Cup Distaff heroine to try the World Cup, Royal Delta, who was unhappy here in 2012-3 during Meydan’s synthetic era. Had Royal Delta’s career coincided with a World Cup on dirt, we may have already seen a female winner. While untested against males, Forever Unbridled boasts superb form through two surefire Hall of Famers. The Dallas Stewart trainee was a closing third to Beholder and Songbird in their 2016 Distaff showdown, and she famously turned the tables on Songbird in last summer’s Personal Ensign (G1). Since Forever Unbridled looks stronger the farther she goes over 1 1/8 miles, she’s entitled to relish her chance at this distance with her new rider, Hall of Famer Mike Smith. The Charles Fipke homebred has a date with Medaglia d’Oro, the 2004 World Cup runner-up, when she returns home Dubai World Cup Live.

The other World Cup alum to return is Japan’s Awardee, a creditable fifth behind Arrogate in 2017. Lani’s half-brother was arguably in better form back then, when his six-race winning spree was snapped with a near-miss in the Champions Cup (G1), and he exited a second in the Tokyo Daishoten (G1). Fast forward 12 months, and Awardee’s best results in the interim are a pair of thirds. His recent ninth in the February S. (G1) is excusable, given the metric mile is too sharp for him and he didn’t have the clearest of stretch runs. Still, it’s difficult to make a case for him to improve on last year’s World Cup effort Dubai World Cup Live.

Dubai World Cup 2018 Live

Dubai World Cup 2018 Live, touted as the richest horse race in the world, holds its 2018 edition on March 31 (Saturday) at the Meydan Race Course in Dubai. Fashion, speed, style and true Dubai-style extravagance is what you can expect at the event. The prize money this year is worth more than $10 million.

WATCH LIVE NOW FREE

A total of 118 horses will take to the track on Saturday attempting to win part of the Dubai World Cup 2018 prize pool. Each horse will participate in one of nine races scheduled to take place, including eight thoroughbred races and one purebred-Arabian race Dubai World Cup 2018 Live.

Bob Baffert’s West Coast, last year’s champion three-year-old male, tops a field of 10 set for Saturday’s $10 million Dubai World Cup (G1) at Meydan. There were no surprises at Monday’s declaration stage, with all of the expected participants standing their ground. Post positions for the about 1 1/4-mile test will be drawn Wednesday Dubai World Cup 2018 Live.

The World Cup has a pronounced Breeders’ Cup flavor. Four of the contenders competed in last fall’s Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) – third-placer West Coast; Gunnevera, who dead-heated with Arrogate for fifth; and the respective eighth and 10th, Mubtaahij and Pavel. And two reigning Breeders’ Cup winners are venturing outside of their own divisions – Distaff (G1) champion Forever Unbridled tries males for the first time in her career finale, and Turf (G1) star Talismanic tries his luck on the dirt Dubai World Cup 2018 Live.

Rounding out the Carnival performers is the mare Furia Cruzada, the former Chilean champion who has competed ably versus males on this circuit. The winner of last year’s Al Maktoum Challenge Round 2 (over subsequent Godolphin Mile [G2] upsetter Second Summer), Furia Cruzada has finished third in the past two editions of Round 3. That performance didn’t help her in the 2017 World Cup, where she was involved in the bumoing match with Arrogate at the start, and she was a tailed-off 13 of 14. But trainer Erwan Charpy avers that her build-up this campaign has gone much better than a year ago, so Furia Cruzada may do herself justice on Saturday Dubai World Cup 2018 Live.

Forever Unbridled figures to have a better time than the only other Breeders’ Cup Distaff heroine to try the World Cup, Royal Delta, who was unhappy here in 2012-3 during Meydan’s synthetic era. Had Royal Delta’s career coincided with a World Cup on dirt, we may have already seen a female winner. While untested against males, Forever Unbridled boasts superb form through two surefire Hall of Famers. The Dallas Stewart trainee was a closing third to Beholder and Songbird in their 2016 Distaff showdown, and she famously turned the tables on Songbird in last summer’s Personal Ensign (G1). Since Forever Unbridled looks stronger the farther she goes over 1 1/8 miles, she’s entitled to relish her chance at this distance with her new rider, Hall of Famer Mike Smith. The Charles Fipke homebred has a date with Medaglia d’Oro, the 2004 World Cup runner-up, when she returns home Dubai World Cup 2018 Live.

The other World Cup alum to return is Japan’s Awardee, a creditable fifth behind Arrogate in 2017. Lani’s half-brother was arguably in better form back then, when his six-race winning spree was snapped with a near-miss in the Champions Cup (G1), and he exited a second in the Tokyo Daishoten (G1). Fast forward 12 months, and Awardee’s best results in the interim are a pair of thirds. His recent ninth in the February S. (G1) is excusable, given the metric mile is too sharp for him and he didn’t have the clearest of stretch runs. Still, it’s difficult to make a case for him to improve on last year’s World Cup effort Dubai World Cup 2018 Live.

2018 Dubai World Cup Live

2018 Dubai World Cup Live, touted as the richest horse race in the world, holds its 2018 edition on March 31 (Saturday) at the Meydan Race Course in Dubai. Fashion, speed, style and true Dubai-style extravagance is what you can expect at the event. The prize money this year is worth more than $10 million 2018 Dubai World Cup Live, Stream, Online, Watch, Streaming, free.

WATCH  LIVE NOW FREE

A total of 118 horses will take to the track on Saturday attempting to win part of the Dubai World Cup 2018 prize pool. Each horse will participate in one of nine races scheduled to take place, including eight thoroughbred races and one purebred-Arabian race 2018 Dubai World Cup Live.

Bob Baffert’s West Coast, last year’s champion three-year-old male, tops a field of 10 set for Saturday’s $10 million Dubai World Cup (G1) at Meydan. There were no surprises at Monday’s declaration stage, with all of the expected participants standing their ground. Post positions for the about 1 1/4-mile test will be drawn Wednesday 2018 Dubai World Cup Live.

The World Cup has a pronounced Breeders’ Cup flavor. Four of the contenders competed in last fall’s Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) – third-placer West Coast; Gunnevera, who dead-heated with Arrogate for fifth; and the respective eighth and 10th, Mubtaahij and Pavel. And two reigning Breeders’ Cup winners are venturing outside of their own divisions – Distaff (G1) champion Forever Unbridled tries males for the first time in her career finale, and Turf (G1) star Talismanic tries his luck on the dirt 2018 Dubai World Cup Live.

Rounding out the Carnival performers is the mare Furia Cruzada, the former Chilean champion who has competed ably versus males on this circuit. The winner of last year’s Al Maktoum Challenge Round 2 (over subsequent Godolphin Mile [G2] upsetter Second Summer), Furia Cruzada has finished third in the past two editions of Round 3. That performance didn’t help her in the 2017 World Cup, where she was involved in the bumoing match with Arrogate at the start, and she was a tailed-off 13 of 14. But trainer Erwan Charpy avers that her build-up this campaign has gone much better than a year ago, so Furia Cruzada may do herself justice on Saturday 2018 Dubai World Cup Live.

Forever Unbridled figures to have a better time than the only other Breeders’ Cup Distaff heroine to try the World Cup, Royal Delta, who was unhappy here in 2012-3 during Meydan’s synthetic era. Had Royal Delta’s career coincided with a World Cup on dirt, we may have already seen a female winner. While untested against males, Forever Unbridled boasts superb form through two surefire Hall of Famers. The Dallas Stewart trainee was a closing third to Beholder and Songbird in their 2016 Distaff showdown, and she famously turned the tables on Songbird in last summer’s Personal Ensign (G1). Since Forever Unbridled looks stronger the farther she goes over 1 1/8 miles, she’s entitled to relish her chance at this distance with her new rider, Hall of Famer Mike Smith. The Charles Fipke homebred has a date with Medaglia d’Oro, the 2004 World Cup runner-up, when she returns home 2018 Dubai World Cup Live.

The other World Cup alum to return is Japan’s Awardee, a creditable fifth behind Arrogate in 2017. Lani’s half-brother was arguably in better form back then, when his six-race winning spree was snapped with a near-miss in the Champions Cup (G1), and he exited a second in the Tokyo Daishoten (G1). Fast forward 12 months, and Awardee’s best results in the interim are a pair of thirds. His recent ninth in the February S. (G1) is excusable, given the metric mile is too sharp for him and he didn’t have the clearest of stretch runs. Still, it’s difficult to make a case for him to improve on last year’s World Cup effort 2018 Dubai World Cup Live.

NCAA Wrestling Championships Live

NCAA Wrestling Championships Live national champion for the 14th time in program history — and the seventh time in the past eight years — after a 136.5-point two-day performance in Cleveland, Ohio from March 9-10. Wartburg finished 54.5 points ahead of runner-up Augsburg. Rounding out the top three finishers was Ithaca.Follow below for a full recap of Saturday’s events at the DIII national NCAA Wrestling Championships Live, Stream, Online, Watch, Streaming, free.

Now a senior, Schleifer – an East Brunswick High School product – is the first Princeton wrestler to qualify for the NCAA Tournament all four years.Schleifer, an 165-pound senior, and sophomore returning All-American Matt Kolodzik (149), junior Mike D’Angelo (157) and freshman Patrick Brucki (197) will compete in Cleveland Thursday through Sunday to try to attain All-American honors and become Princeton’s second national champion NCAA Wrestling Championships Live.

Schleifer has a 2-6 record at nationals, going 1-2 as a freshman and junior and 0-2 as a sophomore. So while he’s proud of his accomplishments so far, he still has work to do to achieve his goals in his final national tournament.”It’s great being the first one to do anything,” admitted Schleifer. “But qualifying is not good enough. My goal has always been to win and place. I think I’m going to take a step forward this year, just because of my whole training plan and preparation physically and mentally throughout the year NCAA Wrestling Championships Live.”

Part of Schleifer’s change this year is dropping back to 165 pounds, where he competed as a freshman. The last two years Schleifer was at 174 pounds.”The end of his freshman year he was one of the best wrestlers I’ve ever witnessed, we felt he should have won nationals,” said Princeton coach Chris Ayres. “He was phenomenal. At 65, he was cutting a little bit of weight. So we figured we’d move him up, so he didn’t have to worry about cutting weight NCAA Wrestling Championships Live.

“He got a lot of wins at 74 but he didn’t do great at the end of the year, so this year we figured he would go back down to 65. He’s a little stronger at the weight. I asked him if he thought he could make 65 pretty easy. He said it might not be easy but he could make it.”Schleifer’s path to an All-American honor didn’t receive an easy start. He drew the third-seeded defending national champion, Penn State’s Vincenzo Joseph, in the first round NCAA Wrestling Championships Live.

“For him we look at it as good thing, all the pressure is off,” said Ayres. “He’s not expected to beat him, and Jon wrestles well without expectation. If we need him to pin he doesn’t perform great, but when he can be himself he’s really good. As tough as Vincenzo is, he’s totally beatable. He lost in the conference tournament, so a tough draw can turn into good draw if you beat him or fall into a good space in the wrestlebacks NCAA Wrestling Championships Live.

“This is his last chance. It’s now or never for Jon. Our theme for the postseason and we say it to the whole team is pressure is a privilege. They have an opportunity to do amazing things.”
The 165 bracket could be called the Jersey bracket. In addition to Schleifer, it includes Rider’s No. 4 Chad Walsh (Camden Catholic), Rutgers’ No. 6 Richie Lewis (Toms River South), Virginia Tech’s No. 2 David McFadden (DePaul), Penn’s May Bethea (Trenton) and Lehigh’s Gordon Wolf (Lawrence NCAA Wrestling Championships Live).

But Ayres is feeling good about the chances of his four wrestlers, especially after a grueling schedule. The Tigers were just 4-9 this season after facing eight ranked teams – including five that ended the season in the Top 11 – but placed third at the EIWA NCAA Wrestling Championships Live.

“I’m 100 percent confident we can have four All-Americans,” said Ayres. “The schedule to us is everything. We had the worst record in the EIWA and we were third.”We want to be a Top 10 team and if we’re over .500 against that schedule we would be. We won’t step on the line in Cleveland and see something we’ve never seen before. Facing somebody from Ohio State and Michigan we don’t feel like we need to do super human things NCAA Wrestling Championships Live.”

Among those potential All-Americans is Schleifer, who will graduate in May with a degree in chemical and biological engineering with plans to go into pharmaceutical research. Before then, he has some unfinished business.

Where will the Giants go to replace a longtime staple in the defensive backfield? Is new general manager Dave Gettleman ready to win a bidding war for star guard Andrew Norwell? How will New York’s free agency plan impact draft strategy next month?

Are the Eagles ready for another surprise move to improve or will stars (LeGarrette Blount, Nigel Bradham, Trey Burton) from the Super Bowl LII champs be plucked away by teams with more cap space over the next few weeks? NJ Advance Media has NFL reporters on the scene, ready to bring you the latest news and notes from the most exciting time on the offseason football calendar NCAA Wrestling Championships Live.

NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018 Live

NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018 Live national champion for the 14th time in program history — and the seventh time in the past eight years — after a 136.5-point two-day performance in Cleveland, Ohio from March 9-10. Wartburg finished 54.5 points ahead of runner-up Augsburg. Rounding out the top three finishers was Ithaca.Follow below for a full recap of Saturday’s events at the DIII national NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018 Live, Stream, Online, Watch, Streaming, free.

Now a senior, Schleifer – an East Brunswick High School product – is the first Princeton wrestler to qualify for the NCAA Tournament all four years.Schleifer, an 165-pound senior, and sophomore returning All-American Matt Kolodzik (149), junior Mike D’Angelo (157) and freshman Patrick Brucki (197) will compete in Cleveland Thursday through Sunday to try to attain All-American honors and become Princeton’s second national champion NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018 Live.

Schleifer has a 2-6 record at nationals, going 1-2 as a freshman and junior and 0-2 as a sophomore. So while he’s proud of his accomplishments so far, he still has work to do to achieve his goals in his final national tournament.”It’s great being the first one to do anything,” admitted Schleifer. “But qualifying is not good enough. My goal has always been to win and place. I think I’m going to take a step forward this year, just because of my whole training plan and preparation physically and mentally throughout the year NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018 Live.”

Part of Schleifer’s change this year is dropping back to 165 pounds, where he competed as a freshman. The last two years Schleifer was at 174 pounds.”The end of his freshman year he was one of the best wrestlers I’ve ever witnessed, we felt he should have won nationals,” said Princeton coach Chris Ayres. “He was phenomenal. At 65, he was cutting a little bit of weight. So we figured we’d move him up, so he didn’t have to worry about cutting weight NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018 Live.

“He got a lot of wins at 74 but he didn’t do great at the end of the year, so this year we figured he would go back down to 65. He’s a little stronger at the weight. I asked him if he thought he could make 65 pretty easy. He said it might not be easy but he could make it.”Schleifer’s path to an All-American honor didn’t receive an easy start. He drew the third-seeded defending national champion, Penn State’s Vincenzo Joseph, in the first round NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018 Live.

“For him we look at it as good thing, all the pressure is off,” said Ayres. “He’s not expected to beat him, and Jon wrestles well without expectation. If we need him to pin he doesn’t perform great, but when he can be himself he’s really good. As tough as Vincenzo is, he’s totally beatable. He lost in the conference tournament, so a tough draw can turn into good draw if you beat him or fall into a good space in the wrestlebacks NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018 Live.

“This is his last chance. It’s now or never for Jon. Our theme for the postseason and we say it to the whole team is pressure is a privilege. They have an opportunity to do amazing things.”
The 165 bracket could be called the Jersey bracket. In addition to Schleifer, it includes Rider’s No. 4 Chad Walsh (Camden Catholic), Rutgers’ No. 6 Richie Lewis (Toms River South), Virginia Tech’s No. 2 David McFadden (DePaul), Penn’s May Bethea (Trenton) and Lehigh’s Gordon Wolf (Lawrence NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018 Live).

But Ayres is feeling good about the chances of his four wrestlers, especially after a grueling schedule. The Tigers were just 4-9 this season after facing eight ranked teams – including five that ended the season in the Top 11 – but placed third at the EIWA NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018 Live.

“I’m 100 percent confident we can have four All-Americans,” said Ayres. “The schedule to us is everything. We had the worst record in the EIWA and we were third.”We want to be a Top 10 team and if we’re over .500 against that schedule we would be. We won’t step on the line in Cleveland and see something we’ve never seen before. Facing somebody from Ohio State and Michigan we don’t feel like we need to do super human things NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018 Live.”

Among those potential All-Americans is Schleifer, who will graduate in May with a degree in chemical and biological engineering with plans to go into pharmaceutical research. Before then, he has some unfinished business.

Where will the Giants go to replace a longtime staple in the defensive backfield? Is new general manager Dave Gettleman ready to win a bidding war for star guard Andrew Norwell? How will New York’s free agency plan impact draft strategy next month?

Are the Eagles ready for another surprise move to improve or will stars (LeGarrette Blount, Nigel Bradham, Trey Burton) from the Super Bowl LII champs be plucked away by teams with more cap space over the next few weeks? NJ Advance Media has NFL reporters on the scene, ready to bring you the latest news and notes from the most exciting time on the offseason football calendar NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018 Live.

2018 NCAA Wrestling Championships Live

2018 NCAA Wrestling Championships Live national champion for the 14th time in program history — and the seventh time in the past eight years — after a 136.5-point two-day performance in Cleveland, Ohio from March 9-10. Wartburg finished 54.5 points ahead of runner-up Augsburg. Rounding out the top three finishers was Ithaca.Follow below for a full recap of Saturday’s events at the DIII national 2018 NCAA Wrestling Championships Live, Stream, Online, Watch, Streaming, free.

Now a senior, Schleifer – an East Brunswick High School product – is the first Princeton wrestler to qualify for the NCAA Tournament all four years.Schleifer, an 165-pound senior, and sophomore returning All-American Matt Kolodzik (149), junior Mike D’Angelo (157) and freshman Patrick Brucki (197) will compete in Cleveland Thursday through Sunday to try to attain All-American honors and become Princeton’s second national champion 2018 NCAA Wrestling Championships Live.

Schleifer has a 2-6 record at nationals, going 1-2 as a freshman and junior and 0-2 as a sophomore. So while he’s proud of his accomplishments so far, he still has work to do to achieve his goals in his final national tournament.”It’s great being the first one to do anything,” admitted Schleifer. “But qualifying is not good enough. My goal has always been to win and place. I think I’m going to take a step forward this year, just because of my whole training plan and preparation physically and mentally throughout the year 2018 NCAA Wrestling Championships Live.”

Part of Schleifer’s change this year is dropping back to 165 pounds, where he competed as a freshman. The last two years Schleifer was at 174 pounds.”The end of his freshman year he was one of the best wrestlers I’ve ever witnessed, we felt he should have won nationals,” said Princeton coach Chris Ayres. “He was phenomenal. At 65, he was cutting a little bit of weight. So we figured we’d move him up, so he didn’t have to worry about cutting weight 2018 NCAA Wrestling Championships Live.

“He got a lot of wins at 74 but he didn’t do great at the end of the year, so this year we figured he would go back down to 65. He’s a little stronger at the weight. I asked him if he thought he could make 65 pretty easy. He said it might not be easy but he could make it.”Schleifer’s path to an All-American honor didn’t receive an easy start. He drew the third-seeded defending national champion, Penn State’s Vincenzo Joseph, in the first round 2018 NCAA Wrestling Championships Live.

“For him we look at it as good thing, all the pressure is off,” said Ayres. “He’s not expected to beat him, and Jon wrestles well without expectation. If we need him to pin he doesn’t perform great, but when he can be himself he’s really good. As tough as Vincenzo is, he’s totally beatable. He lost in the conference tournament, so a tough draw can turn into good draw if you beat him or fall into a good space in the wrestlebacks 2018 NCAA Wrestling Championships Live.

“This is his last chance. It’s now or never for Jon. Our theme for the postseason and we say it to the whole team is pressure is a privilege. They have an opportunity to do amazing things.”
The 165 bracket could be called the Jersey bracket. In addition to Schleifer, it includes Rider’s No. 4 Chad Walsh (Camden Catholic), Rutgers’ No. 6 Richie Lewis (Toms River South), Virginia Tech’s No. 2 David McFadden (DePaul), Penn’s May Bethea (Trenton) and Lehigh’s Gordon Wolf (Lawrence 2018 NCAA Wrestling Championships Live).

But Ayres is feeling good about the chances of his four wrestlers, especially after a grueling schedule. The Tigers were just 4-9 this season after facing eight ranked teams – including five that ended the season in the Top 11 – but placed third at the EIWA 2018 NCAA Wrestling Championships Live.

“I’m 100 percent confident we can have four All-Americans,” said Ayres. “The schedule to us is everything. We had the worst record in the EIWA and we were third.”We want to be a Top 10 team and if we’re over .500 against that schedule we would be. We won’t step on the line in Cleveland and see something we’ve never seen before. Facing somebody from Ohio State and Michigan we don’t feel like we need to do super human things 2018 NCAA Wrestling Championships Live.”

Among those potential All-Americans is Schleifer, who will graduate in May with a degree in chemical and biological engineering with plans to go into pharmaceutical research. Before then, he has some unfinished business.

Where will the Giants go to replace a longtime staple in the defensive backfield? Is new general manager Dave Gettleman ready to win a bidding war for star guard Andrew Norwell? How will New York’s free agency plan impact draft strategy next month?

Are the Eagles ready for another surprise move to improve or will stars (LeGarrette Blount, Nigel Bradham, Trey Burton) from the Super Bowl LII champs be plucked away by teams with more cap space over the next few weeks? NJ Advance Media has NFL reporters on the scene, ready to bring you the latest news and notes from the most exciting time on the offseason football calendar 2018 NCAA Wrestling Championships Live.

NCAA Wrestling Live

NCAA Wrestling Live national champion for the 14th time in program history — and the seventh time in the past eight years — after a 136.5-point two-day performance in Cleveland, Ohio from March 9-10. Wartburg finished 54.5 points ahead of runner-up Augsburg. Rounding out the top three finishers was Ithaca.Follow below for a full recap of Saturday’s events at the DIII national NCAA Wrestling Live, Stream, Online, Watch, Streaming, free.

Now a senior, Schleifer – an East Brunswick High School product – is the first Princeton wrestler to qualify for the NCAA Tournament all four years.Schleifer, an 165-pound senior, and sophomore returning All-American Matt Kolodzik (149), junior Mike D’Angelo (157) and freshman Patrick Brucki (197) will compete in Cleveland Thursday through Sunday to try to attain All-American honors and become Princeton’s second national champion NCAA Wrestling Live.

Schleifer has a 2-6 record at nationals, going 1-2 as a freshman and junior and 0-2 as a sophomore. So while he’s proud of his accomplishments so far, he still has work to do to achieve his goals in his final national tournament.”It’s great being the first one to do anything,” admitted Schleifer. “But qualifying is not good enough. My goal has always been to win and place. I think I’m going to take a step forward this year, just because of my whole training plan and preparation physically and mentally throughout the year NCAA Wrestling Live.”

Part of Schleifer’s change this year is dropping back to 165 pounds, where he competed as a freshman. The last two years Schleifer was at 174 pounds.”The end of his freshman year he was one of the best wrestlers I’ve ever witnessed, we felt he should have won nationals,” said Princeton coach Chris Ayres. “He was phenomenal. At 65, he was cutting a little bit of weight. So we figured we’d move him up, so he didn’t have to worry about cutting weight NCAA Wrestling Live.

“He got a lot of wins at 74 but he didn’t do great at the end of the year, so this year we figured he would go back down to 65. He’s a little stronger at the weight. I asked him if he thought he could make 65 pretty easy. He said it might not be easy but he could make it.”Schleifer’s path to an All-American honor didn’t receive an easy start. He drew the third-seeded defending national champion, Penn State’s Vincenzo Joseph, in the first round NCAA Wrestling Live.

“For him we look at it as good thing, all the pressure is off,” said Ayres. “He’s not expected to beat him, and Jon wrestles well without expectation. If we need him to pin he doesn’t perform great, but when he can be himself he’s really good. As tough as Vincenzo is, he’s totally beatable. He lost in the conference tournament, so a tough draw can turn into good draw if you beat him or fall into a good space in the wrestlebacks NCAA Wrestling Live.

“This is his last chance. It’s now or never for Jon. Our theme for the postseason and we say it to the whole team is pressure is a privilege. They have an opportunity to do amazing things.”
The 165 bracket could be called the Jersey bracket. In addition to Schleifer, it includes Rider’s No. 4 Chad Walsh (Camden Catholic), Rutgers’ No. 6 Richie Lewis (Toms River South), Virginia Tech’s No. 2 David McFadden (DePaul), Penn’s May Bethea (Trenton) and Lehigh’s Gordon Wolf (Lawrence NCAA Wrestling Live).

But Ayres is feeling good about the chances of his four wrestlers, especially after a grueling schedule. The Tigers were just 4-9 this season after facing eight ranked teams – including five that ended the season in the Top 11 – but placed third at the EIWA NCAA Wrestling Live.

“I’m 100 percent confident we can have four All-Americans,” said Ayres. “The schedule to us is everything. We had the worst record in the EIWA and we were third.”We want to be a Top 10 team and if we’re over .500 against that schedule we would be. We won’t step on the line in Cleveland and see something we’ve never seen before. Facing somebody from Ohio State and Michigan we don’t feel like we need to do super human things NCAA Wrestling Live.”

Among those potential All-Americans is Schleifer, who will graduate in May with a degree in chemical and biological engineering with plans to go into pharmaceutical research. Before then, he has some unfinished business.

Where will the Giants go to replace a longtime staple in the defensive backfield? Is new general manager Dave Gettleman ready to win a bidding war for star guard Andrew Norwell? How will New York’s free agency plan impact draft strategy next month?

Are the Eagles ready for another surprise move to improve or will stars (LeGarrette Blount, Nigel Bradham, Trey Burton) from the Super Bowl LII champs be plucked away by teams with more cap space over the next few weeks? NJ Advance Media has NFL reporters on the scene, ready to bring you the latest news and notes from the most exciting time on the offseason football calendar NCAA Wrestling Live.

NCAA Wrestling 2018 Live

NCAA Wrestling 2018 Live national champion for the 14th time in program history — and the seventh time in the past eight years — after a 136.5-point two-day performance in Cleveland, Ohio from March 9-10. Wartburg finished 54.5 points ahead of runner-up Augsburg. Rounding out the top three finishers was Ithaca.Follow below for a full recap of Saturday’s events at the DIII national NCAA Wrestling 2018 Live, Stream, Online, Watch, Streaming, free.

Now a senior, Schleifer – an East Brunswick High School product – is the first Princeton wrestler to qualify for the NCAA Tournament all four years.Schleifer, an 165-pound senior, and sophomore returning All-American Matt Kolodzik (149), junior Mike D’Angelo (157) and freshman Patrick Brucki (197) will compete in Cleveland Thursday through Sunday to try to attain All-American honors and become Princeton’s second national champion NCAA Wrestling 2018 Live.

Schleifer has a 2-6 record at nationals, going 1-2 as a freshman and junior and 0-2 as a sophomore. So while he’s proud of his accomplishments so far, he still has work to do to achieve his goals in his final national tournament.”It’s great being the first one to do anything,” admitted Schleifer. “But qualifying is not good enough. My goal has always been to win and place. I think I’m going to take a step forward this year, just because of my whole training plan and preparation physically and mentally throughout the year NCAA Wrestling 2018 Live.”

Part of Schleifer’s change this year is dropping back to 165 pounds, where he competed as a freshman. The last two years Schleifer was at 174 pounds.”The end of his freshman year he was one of the best wrestlers I’ve ever witnessed, we felt he should have won nationals,” said Princeton coach Chris Ayres. “He was phenomenal. At 65, he was cutting a little bit of weight. So we figured we’d move him up, so he didn’t have to worry about cutting weight NCAA Wrestling 2018 Live.

“He got a lot of wins at 74 but he didn’t do great at the end of the year, so this year we figured he would go back down to 65. He’s a little stronger at the weight. I asked him if he thought he could make 65 pretty easy. He said it might not be easy but he could make it.”Schleifer’s path to an All-American honor didn’t receive an easy start. He drew the third-seeded defending national champion, Penn State’s Vincenzo Joseph, in the first round NCAA Wrestling 2018 Live.

“For him we look at it as good thing, all the pressure is off,” said Ayres. “He’s not expected to beat him, and Jon wrestles well without expectation. If we need him to pin he doesn’t perform great, but when he can be himself he’s really good. As tough as Vincenzo is, he’s totally beatable. He lost in the conference tournament, so a tough draw can turn into good draw if you beat him or fall into a good space in the wrestlebacks NCAA Wrestling 2018 Live.

“This is his last chance. It’s now or never for Jon. Our theme for the postseason and we say it to the whole team is pressure is a privilege. They have an opportunity to do amazing things.”
The 165 bracket could be called the Jersey bracket. In addition to Schleifer, it includes Rider’s No. 4 Chad Walsh (Camden Catholic), Rutgers’ No. 6 Richie Lewis (Toms River South), Virginia Tech’s No. 2 David McFadden (DePaul), Penn’s May Bethea (Trenton) and Lehigh’s Gordon Wolf (Lawrence NCAA Wrestling 2018 Live).

But Ayres is feeling good about the chances of his four wrestlers, especially after a grueling schedule. The Tigers were just 4-9 this season after facing eight ranked teams – including five that ended the season in the Top 11 – but placed third at the EIWA NCAA Wrestling 2018 Live.

“I’m 100 percent confident we can have four All-Americans,” said Ayres. “The schedule to us is everything. We had the worst record in the EIWA and we were third.”We want to be a Top 10 team and if we’re over .500 against that schedule we would be. We won’t step on the line in Cleveland and see something we’ve never seen before. Facing somebody from Ohio State and Michigan we don’t feel like we need to do super human things NCAA Wrestling 2018 Live.”

Among those potential All-Americans is Schleifer, who will graduate in May with a degree in chemical and biological engineering with plans to go into pharmaceutical research. Before then, he has some unfinished business.

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Are the Eagles ready for another surprise move to improve or will stars (LeGarrette Blount, Nigel Bradham, Trey Burton) from the Super Bowl LII champs be plucked away by teams with more cap space over the next few weeks? NJ Advance Media has NFL reporters on the scene, ready to bring you the latest news and notes from the most exciting time on the offseason football calendar NCAA Wrestling 2018 Live.

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2018 NCAA Wrestling Live national champion for the 14th time in program history — and the seventh time in the past eight years — after a 136.5-point two-day performance in Cleveland, Ohio from March 9-10. Wartburg finished 54.5 points ahead of runner-up Augsburg. Rounding out the top three finishers was Ithaca.Follow below for a full recap of Saturday’s events at the DIII national 2018 NCAA Wrestling Live, Stream, Online, Watch, Streaming, free.

Now a senior, Schleifer – an East Brunswick High School product – is the first Princeton wrestler to qualify for the NCAA Tournament all four years.Schleifer, an 165-pound senior, and sophomore returning All-American Matt Kolodzik (149), junior Mike D’Angelo (157) and freshman Patrick Brucki (197) will compete in Cleveland Thursday through Sunday to try to attain All-American honors and become Princeton’s second national champion 2018 NCAA Wrestling Live.

Schleifer has a 2-6 record at nationals, going 1-2 as a freshman and junior and 0-2 as a sophomore. So while he’s proud of his accomplishments so far, he still has work to do to achieve his goals in his final national tournament.”It’s great being the first one to do anything,” admitted Schleifer. “But qualifying is not good enough. My goal has always been to win and place. I think I’m going to take a step forward this year, just because of my whole training plan and preparation physically and mentally throughout the year 2018 NCAA Wrestling Live.”

Part of Schleifer’s change this year is dropping back to 165 pounds, where he competed as a freshman. The last two years Schleifer was at 174 pounds.”The end of his freshman year he was one of the best wrestlers I’ve ever witnessed, we felt he should have won nationals,” said Princeton coach Chris Ayres. “He was phenomenal. At 65, he was cutting a little bit of weight. So we figured we’d move him up, so he didn’t have to worry about cutting weight 2018 NCAA Wrestling Live.

“He got a lot of wins at 74 but he didn’t do great at the end of the year, so this year we figured he would go back down to 65. He’s a little stronger at the weight. I asked him if he thought he could make 65 pretty easy. He said it might not be easy but he could make it.”Schleifer’s path to an All-American honor didn’t receive an easy start. He drew the third-seeded defending national champion, Penn State’s Vincenzo Joseph, in the first round 2018 NCAA Wrestling Live.

“For him we look at it as good thing, all the pressure is off,” said Ayres. “He’s not expected to beat him, and Jon wrestles well without expectation. If we need him to pin he doesn’t perform great, but when he can be himself he’s really good. As tough as Vincenzo is, he’s totally beatable. He lost in the conference tournament, so a tough draw can turn into good draw if you beat him or fall into a good space in the wrestlebacks 2018 NCAA Wrestling Live.

“This is his last chance. It’s now or never for Jon. Our theme for the postseason and we say it to the whole team is pressure is a privilege. They have an opportunity to do amazing things.”
The 165 bracket could be called the Jersey bracket. In addition to Schleifer, it includes Rider’s No. 4 Chad Walsh (Camden Catholic), Rutgers’ No. 6 Richie Lewis (Toms River South), Virginia Tech’s No. 2 David McFadden (DePaul), Penn’s May Bethea (Trenton) and Lehigh’s Gordon Wolf (Lawrence 2018 NCAA Wrestling Live).

But Ayres is feeling good about the chances of his four wrestlers, especially after a grueling schedule. The Tigers were just 4-9 this season after facing eight ranked teams – including five that ended the season in the Top 11 – but placed third at the EIWA 2018 NCAA Wrestling Live.

“I’m 100 percent confident we can have four All-Americans,” said Ayres. “The schedule to us is everything. We had the worst record in the EIWA and we were third.”We want to be a Top 10 team and if we’re over .500 against that schedule we would be. We won’t step on the line in Cleveland and see something we’ve never seen before. Facing somebody from Ohio State and Michigan we don’t feel like we need to do super human things 2018 NCAA Wrestling Live.”

Among those potential All-Americans is Schleifer, who will graduate in May with a degree in chemical and biological engineering with plans to go into pharmaceutical research. Before then, he has some unfinished business.

Where will the Giants go to replace a longtime staple in the defensive backfield? Is new general manager Dave Gettleman ready to win a bidding war for star guard Andrew Norwell? How will New York’s free agency plan impact draft strategy next month?

Are the Eagles ready for another surprise move to improve or will stars (LeGarrette Blount, Nigel Bradham, Trey Burton) from the Super Bowl LII champs be plucked away by teams with more cap space over the next few weeks? NJ Advance Media has NFL reporters on the scene, ready to bring you the latest news and notes from the most exciting time on the offseason football calendar 2018 NCAA Wrestling Live.

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World Wrestling Live national champion for the 14th time in program history — and the seventh time in the past eight years — after a 136.5-point two-day performance in Cleveland, Ohio from March 9-10. Wartburg finished 54.5 points ahead of runner-up Augsburg. Rounding out the top three finishers was Ithaca.Follow below for a full recap of Saturday’s events at the DIII national World Wrestling Live, Stream, Online, Watch, Streaming, free.

Now a senior, Schleifer – an East Brunswick High School product – is the first Princeton wrestler to qualify for the NCAA Tournament all four years.Schleifer, an 165-pound senior, and sophomore returning All-American Matt Kolodzik (149), junior Mike D’Angelo (157) and freshman Patrick Brucki (197) will compete in Cleveland Thursday through Sunday to try to attain All-American honors and become Princeton’s second national champion World Wrestling Live.

Schleifer has a 2-6 record at nationals, going 1-2 as a freshman and junior and 0-2 as a sophomore. So while he’s proud of his accomplishments so far, he still has work to do to achieve his goals in his final national tournament.”It’s great being the first one to do anything,” admitted Schleifer. “But qualifying is not good enough. My goal has always been to win and place. I think I’m going to take a step forward this year, just because of my whole training plan and preparation physically and mentally throughout the year World Wrestling Live.”

Part of Schleifer’s change this year is dropping back to 165 pounds, where he competed as a freshman. The last two years Schleifer was at 174 pounds.”The end of his freshman year he was one of the best wrestlers I’ve ever witnessed, we felt he should have won nationals,” said Princeton coach Chris Ayres. “He was phenomenal. At 65, he was cutting a little bit of weight. So we figured we’d move him up, so he didn’t have to worry about cutting weight World Wrestling Live.

“He got a lot of wins at 74 but he didn’t do great at the end of the year, so this year we figured he would go back down to 65. He’s a little stronger at the weight. I asked him if he thought he could make 65 pretty easy. He said it might not be easy but he could make it.”Schleifer’s path to an All-American honor didn’t receive an easy start. He drew the third-seeded defending national champion, Penn State’s Vincenzo Joseph, in the first round World Wrestling Live.

“For him we look at it as good thing, all the pressure is off,” said Ayres. “He’s not expected to beat him, and Jon wrestles well without expectation. If we need him to pin he doesn’t perform great, but when he can be himself he’s really good. As tough as Vincenzo is, he’s totally beatable. He lost in the conference tournament, so a tough draw can turn into good draw if you beat him or fall into a good space in the wrestlebacks World Wrestling Live.

“This is his last chance. It’s now or never for Jon. Our theme for the postseason and we say it to the whole team is pressure is a privilege. They have an opportunity to do amazing things.”
The 165 bracket could be called the Jersey bracket. In addition to Schleifer, it includes Rider’s No. 4 Chad Walsh (Camden Catholic), Rutgers’ No. 6 Richie Lewis (Toms River South), Virginia Tech’s No. 2 David McFadden (DePaul), Penn’s May Bethea (Trenton) and Lehigh’s Gordon Wolf (Lawrence World Wrestling Live).

But Ayres is feeling good about the chances of his four wrestlers, especially after a grueling schedule. The Tigers were just 4-9 this season after facing eight ranked teams – including five that ended the season in the Top 11 – but placed third at the EIWA World Wrestling Live.

“I’m 100 percent confident we can have four All-Americans,” said Ayres. “The schedule to us is everything. We had the worst record in the EIWA and we were third.”We want to be a Top 10 team and if we’re over .500 against that schedule we would be. We won’t step on the line in Cleveland and see something we’ve never seen before. Facing somebody from Ohio State and Michigan we don’t feel like we need to do super human things World Wrestling Live.”

Among those potential All-Americans is Schleifer, who will graduate in May with a degree in chemical and biological engineering with plans to go into pharmaceutical research. Before then, he has some unfinished business.

Where will the Giants go to replace a longtime staple in the defensive backfield? Is new general manager Dave Gettleman ready to win a bidding war for star guard Andrew Norwell? How will New York’s free agency plan impact draft strategy next month?

Are the Eagles ready for another surprise move to improve or will stars (LeGarrette Blount, Nigel Bradham, Trey Burton) from the Super Bowl LII champs be plucked away by teams with more cap space over the next few weeks? NJ Advance Media has NFL reporters on the scene, ready to bring you the latest news and notes from the most exciting time on the offseason football calendar World Wrestling Live.