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WRESTLING

The showman made a decision to return to Minnesota “a long time ago” but admitted he leaned into the will he/won’t he storyline.
Steveson, the winningest wrestler in Gopher history at 97.1 percentage, can become the eighth wrestler in U history with three conference titles and the sixth with multiple NCAA titles.
Felipe Garcia III was active in extracurricular activities, and especially enjoyed wrestling. He joined the wrestling team in seventh grade and was a state qualifier in 2020 and 2021. He was also a member of the track team and played football for a few years.
With less than a second left in the gold-medal bout, the University of Minnesota champion scored a takedown to earn the title.

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