Two years after a Western U.S. record crowd of 9,750 showed up to watch Fresno State and Iowa State wrestle in January 2004 at Save Mart Center, the program was axed amid budget cuts. Now restored by university President Joseph Castro, will the program draw the fan support to prove that decision was wise?
Two years after a Western U.S. record crowd of 9,750 showed up to watch Fresno State and Iowa State wrestle in January 2004 at Save Mart Center, the program was axed amid budget cuts. Now restored by university President Joseph Castro, will the program draw the fan support to prove that decision was wise? KURT HEGRE FRESNO BEE FILE
Two years after a Western U.S. record crowd of 9,750 showed up to watch Fresno State and Iowa State wrestle in January 2004 at Save Mart Center, the program was axed amid budget cuts. Now restored by university President Joseph Castro, will the program draw the fan support to prove that decision was wise? KURT HEGRE FRESNO BEE FILE

Fresno State wrestling is back on the mat, now will fans jump on board?

November 11, 2017 03:56 PM

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