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June Highlights and Key Dates

By Gabby Lord-Klein, 06/04/24, 8:45AM CDT


Our National Dual teams are finalized and Fargo registrations are coming in! Wisconsin will have star-studded teams competing at National Duals in Indiana, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Utah this month, and we’ll finalize our Fargo rosters. Here are your highlights for June:


Fargo registration is open through June 21st! ALL athletes (national auto-qualifiers, qualifiers through state, and those wishing to wrestle off at camp) must register through TeamSnap.

  • Register here.
  • A list of auto-qualified and registered athletes is available here. The document has three tabs showing: 1) athletes who are registered, 2) athletes who have auto-qualified through a national event or the state tournament, and 3) wrestle-off spots available per weight and style (coming soon). A minimum of ONE wrestle-off spot will be available per weight class and style at the pre-Fargo camps in River Falls. Please email Scott Kluever at with questions.
  • June 26th: Mark your calendars for 7PM! The final informational Zoom call in our monthly series will cover final Fargo details and answer athlete/parent/coach questions before we compete. Select here to join on Zoom. Passcode: 924483.
  • View the athlete pages for more national team info: 14U | 16U | Juniors | Womens.


National Duals Competition Dates
Check out the WI rosters 
here, and stream all of the action live on FloWrestling!

  • June 12-13: 14U Greco in Oaks, PA
  • June 12-13: 16U Greco in Herriman, UT
  • June 14-15: 14U Freestyle in Oaks, PA
  • June 14-15: 16U Freestyle in Herriman, UT
  • June 19-20: Junior Greco in Tulsa, OK
  • June 19-20: Junior Women’s Freestyle in Tulsa, OK
  • June 20-21: 14U and 16U Women’s Freestyle in Westfield, IN
  • June 21-22: Junior Freestyle in Tulsa, OK


More Events

  • WI Wrestle’s Freestyle Girls and Boys Open will be June 8th for 10U-Juniors at Beaver Dam High School. Select here to view the registration page.
  • Kids Nationals will be June 27th-30th in Cedar Rapids IA! Kids who were unable to attend a regional to qualify for freestyle/Greco nationals can email WWF State Chairperson Todd Schaaf at for a waiver to be supplied during registration.


WI x USA Wrestling Highlights
Congratulations to Connor Mirasola on making the U20 World team! Mirasola—who sat out until the best of three finals series after winning the US Open—dominated two-straight matches over Ryder Rogotzke in the finals series. The U20 World Championships are currently scheduled for September 2-8, 2024, in Pontevedra, Spain.

Three more battled in the U20 best-of-three finals and placed second overall in the World Team Trials process: Aeoden Sinclair (86kg) in freestyle, Brett Back (72kg) and Amryn Nutter (63kg) in Greco. Like Mirasola, Sinclair and Back sat into the finals with their US Open wins. Nutter won the challenge tournament and finished 2nd overall.

Placing in the U20 challenge tournament were Charlie Millard (2nd), Cole Mirasola (3rd), Gunnar Hamre (3rd), Max Ramberg (3rd), Noah Mulvaney (4th), Koy Hopke (4th), Rhett Koenig (4th), and TJ Schierl (4th).

In the U23 division, John Gunderson claimed the 86kg title over Lucas Cochran. Gunderson will have first choice to compete at the Pan Am Games later this month, and the chance to compete at the U23 World Championships in Tirana, Albania, if no age-eligible Senior National Team member claims the spot.

Placing at U23 Nationals in freestyle were Clayton Whiting (3rd), Shane Corrigan (8th), Matty Bianchi (6th) and Joey Bianchi (7th). In Greco were Tyler Hannah (3rd), Aaron Dobbs (4th), Caden Young (5th), Tyler Klein (7th) and Joey Bianchi (7th).


Last month the WWF wrapped up the 2024 state series in Madison. We want to once again call out and thank the WWF board of directors, team, and volunteers for their outstanding efforts in moving the freestyle & Greco state championships event to Madison in such a short timeframe with the venue change. Our state series would not be possible without the extraordinary efforts of everyone involved. 


Here's to another great month of wrestling!
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