Wrestling Stats Sites
Below you'll find some of my favorite wrestling stats sites and links. I realize this is just the tip of the iceberg, so don't hate.
Just let us know of your favorite sites and resources and we'll refresh our lists.
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RankWrestlers is a site that pulls in college and high school wrestling season data for wrestlers across the country and ranks them within their state and/or division. Great for coaches who are looking for help in seeding meetings. Great for fans who love the sport as well.
WrestleStat has a wealth of information about college wrestlers and their performance. It also has some fun features for fans. I especially liked the College Wrestling Dual Meet Compare & Predict page. The Tourney Pic'ems page is also quite extensive.
MatBoss (https://twitter.com/matbossapp) is doing some really cool things with wrestling stats including Video combined with stats and TrackWrestling integration. Their solution can add some real value to your team. They also recognize the need to raise our stats game as a wrestling community in their blog posts
Jason Bryant does phenomenal work and provides not only great stats services, but also great podcasting throughout the year and at key events. Jason also provides an annual NCAA Championships guidebook that any fan will love. Jason also puts together an amazing NCAA Championships Preview Guide each year. Definitely check that out.
The TrackWrestling Statistics Program is a great tool for teams, coaches and wrestlers and currently required to hire 3D Wrestler Stats as your virtual team statistician. It takes a lot of the guess work & mistakes out of recording match action & results and is only $50 per season (@2017-18 HS / College season). Additionally, Trackwrestling provides fans with access to wrestlers and wrestling like never before available.
This site provides an extensive list of resources and cool break down of stats for Collegiate Wrestling. Want to which NCAA champions had the best winning percentage? Want to see which NCAA champions who had the most pins? Want to see NCAA brackets? They've got this and much much more available at your fingertips on this website.
Flowrestling is part of FloSports, an Innovator in the Live Digital Sports and Original Content space. They provide wrestling content and analysis to 1000s of fans like never before available. While they don't provide direct access to the stats they record (to my current knowledge), their analysis is top notch and based on a solid stats foundation.
The NWCA Scoreboard Stat Tracker provides you with access to the standard TrackWrestling OPC Statistics program reports, as well as reports the teams have created on their own and made public. This is only as good as the data a team as "imported" into the TrackWrestling Statistics Program, but a cool resource nonetheless.
Earl Smith over at Sudden History is a great student of the sport and consistently puts together mind blowing facts, figures, and stats from the DI college wrestling world that you'll truly enjoy. I especially love his DI NCAA Championships wrap-up podcast. Truly cool comparisons from current year to the history of the championships.
LevelChanger records matches and provides some really sweet statistical analysis from those results. The tool is available for iPad and does sync your match results with the TrackWrestling Stats Program. I haven't used it yet, but love the stats they provide.
I still think the Level Changer Takedown App is a great product. So, I'm keeping their link here. 3D Wrestler Stats transforms data stored on TrackWrestling. Level Changer uploads it's data to TrackWrestling, so ... not sure why they blocked, but no problems here.
Fantasy WRestling SiteS
Fantasy Grade provides an NCAA D1 Wrestling Championships fantasy bracket tool where each player pics 10 wrestlers (with a “salaray cap” based on wrestler rankings). It’s free to play, or create your own group for just $20.
From Their Site:
“Welcome to the NCAA Fantasy Wrestling page! We are just a couple of guys from NW Iowa doing our part to promote the sport of wrestling!”
LogoMakr provides great logo services as well as a collection of free logos sites can use.
Tyler.com provides a great collection of templates and page designs that integrate nicely with WordPress and Elementor
Elementor provides users with great tools for building WordPress sites and I haven’t even used the Pro features (yet).
Creators on PixaBay provide amazing content to creatives for free.
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