2017 REGISTRATION DATES:
August 17: Early Registration for High School & Middle School is now open. Info is here.
*September 9* (updated): Elementary Division
*September 10* (updated): Middle School Division
September 9: Girls' High School Freestyle Division
September 24: High School Division
GIRLS' FREESTYLE DIVISION!
We are excited to announce that the 2017 Super 32 will include a High School Girls' Division! This will be freestyle and will be held on Sunday, more details will be coming soon!
MIDDLE SCHOOL EARLY REGISTRATION
This year we will be adding Early Registration for the Middle School Division. This will be available for wrestlers who meet one of the following criteria:
1. Placed Top 3 in the 2016 Super 32 Elementary 11U Division
2. Placed Top 5 in the 2016 Super 32 Middle School Division
3. Placed Top 3 in the 2017 Tulsa Nationals
EARLY ENTRY TOURNAMENTS
Dates & locations are now posted here
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The final 2016-17 InterMat rankings featured 107 wrestlers that competed in the 2016 Super 32 Challenge. This includes five wrestlers that ended the season ranked first in the country, all were Super 32 Challenge champions: Patrick Glory (Delbarton, N.J.), Vitali Arujau (Syosset, N.Y.), Jarod Verkleeren (Hempfield Area, Pa.), Brady Berge (Kasson-Mantorville, Minn.), and Louie Deprez (Hilton, N.Y.); Arujau was also named as the InterMat High School Wrestler of the Year. In addition, over 300 participants from the 2016 Super 32 high school tournament won a state title, New England Regional title, or National Prep championship at season’s end.
At the 2016 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships in New York City, nine of the finalists were wrestlers that competed in the Super 32 Challenge during their high school career. This includes two-time national champions Kyle Snyder (Ohio State), Zain Retherford (Penn State), and Dean Heil (Oklahoma State); Snyder is also a World and Olympic champion, while Retherford was named the tournament's Most Oustanding Wrestler and also earned the Hodge Trophy. Also winning national titles were Darian Cruz (Lehigh), Jason Nolf (Penn State), and Mark Hall (Penn State). Runners-up included Seth Gross (South Dakota State), George DiCamillo (Virginia), and Isaiah Martinez (Illinois); Martinez having won NCAA titles in 2015 and 2016. Of the 330 wrestlers to qualify for the tournament, almost fifty percent were past Super 32 Challenge participants, with 41 of those earning All-American honors.
2016 SHORT TIME PODCAST with Mat Talk Online. Listen to it here:
If you meet certain criteria listed on our website, you are able to register early.