MatBoss, a game-changing wrestling videostats app, was launched this fall and several of the nation’s top college and high school wrestling programs are already using it. MatBoss’ growing list of wrestling programs using the app include two defending NCAA championship wrestling programs, Ohio State University (NCAA Division I) and Augsburg College (NCAA Division III), along with top-ranked Maryville University (NCAA Division II).
In addition to Ohio State, two other top 25 Division I programs using MatBoss are the University of Missouri (No. 10 in both tournament and dual meet rankings) and Oregon State University (No. 23 in tournament, No. 17 in dual meet).
Other top-25 Division II programs using MatBoss, in addition to Maryville, are Lindenwood University and Wheeling Jesuit University, both ranked No. 17, along with No. 20 Colorado State University-Pueblo.
Four of the nation’s top 11 Division III programs are using MatBoss: No. 5 Ithaca College, No. 9 Augsburg College, No. 10 Baldwin Wallace University and No. 11 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Other nationally ranked college wrestling programs using MatBoss include Ottawa University (No. 21 in NAIA, No. 16 in WCWA), Morningside University (No. 26 in NAIA), North Idaho College (No. 11 in NJCAA) and Mt. San Antonio College (No. 2 in CACC).
At the high school level, three programs ranked in the InterMat Fab 50 are MatBoss users. Those programs include No. 14 St. Michael-Albertville (Minn.), No. 27 Fort Dodge (Iowa) and No. 46 Shakopee (Minn.).