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Master of Science (MS)
Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
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This study presents a historical account of intercollegiate wrestling at Utah State University, from its introduction into the athletic program in 1921 until the school year of 1966. Data were gathered by use of historical research methods and personal interviews.
The intercollegiate wrestling program at Utah State University has shown steady growth and development since its introduction in 1922. The primary motivating force behind the wrestling program was George "Doc" Nelson.
The expanding of all phases of collegiate athletics has necessitated a more complex program. Wrestling at U.S.U. has followed this national trend in program development and has in the past two years gained national recognition.
McCrary, Delwin W., "A History of Intercollegiate Wrestling at Utah State University" (1967). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. Paper 2854.
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