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After Kansas City and the Improvement to 10th, What is Next for Oklahoma State Wrestling?

March 25, 2024
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STILLWATER – Immediately after receiving eight stitches over his eye for a head butt in the championship match and loss at 133 pounds to Vito Arujua of Cornell, there was Daton Fix standing in front of the media saying it “sucked” to lose, but he was moving on to what was next. He has about three weeks to prepare for a trip to State College, Pa. and the U.S. Olympic Wrestling Trials.

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After Kansas City and the Improvement to 10th, What is Next for Oklahoma State Wrestling?

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