A western-U.S. record crowd of 9,750 watches Fresno State and Iowa State wrestle Jan. 6, 2004, at Save Mart Center. Two years later, Fresno State dropped its program but now has launched a head-coaching search as part of a timeline to have a new team in place and against competing at the Division I level by 2017-18.
A western-U.S. record crowd of 9,750 watches Fresno State and Iowa State wrestle Jan. 6, 2004, at Save Mart Center. Two years later, Fresno State dropped its program but now has launched a head-coaching search as part of a timeline to have a new team in place and against competing at the Division I level by 2017-18. KURT HEGRE Fresno Bee file
A western-U.S. record crowd of 9,750 watches Fresno State and Iowa State wrestle Jan. 6, 2004, at Save Mart Center. Two years later, Fresno State dropped its program but now has launched a head-coaching search as part of a timeline to have a new team in place and against competing at the Division I level by 2017-18. KURT HEGRE Fresno Bee file

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