Watch LIVE on Saturday – The Finals of the New York State Intercollegiate Championships from Cornell

On Saturday, the Empire State’s top college programs will meet on the Cornell campus for the 44th New York State Intercollegiate Championships.  All of New York’s Division I teams – Army, Binghamton, Buffalo, Columbia, Cornell and Hofstra will be there, as will squads from Alfred State, Brockport, Cortland, Hunter, Ithaca, Jamestown, Mt. St. Vincent, Nassau, NYU, Niagara, Oneonta, Oswego, RIT, USMMA and Yeshiva.

We will be streaming the championship bouts LIVE on Saturday afternoon, starting at approximately 6 p.m..  

The live stream will be at this link:

NY State Championships at Cornell




1 thought on “Watch LIVE on Saturday – The Finals of the New York State Intercollegiate Championships from Cornell

  1. Moving the NYS championships to November is a great idea. Programs are looking for strong tournaments to prepare their team for the dual season and NCAA championships. I expect teams will show up with their full squads short of those injured. If so this will be a very good tournament.

    To start… 30 D1 wrestlers are ranked by Wrestling Report (in top 33, November 6): Army (4), Binghamton (3), Buffalo (6), Columbia (3), Cornell (10), and Hofstra (4), plus many fine wrestlers from non-D1 programs. Again to start… about 10 of the D1 wrestlers are in the top-10 of their weight class nationally.

    Practical issues… It will be great to see the finals live. Two mats… assuming simultaneous championship and consolation finals? Will there be live tracking? or blogging? Assuming that brackets will be put up periodically… any idea what we should expect?

    Thanks and looking forward to the tournament!

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