A total of 441 student-athletes have been named to the 2016-17 Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team, which honors conference competitors who are new, incoming freshmen at their respective league institution.
The 2017 Academic All-America Division I Men's and Women's At-Large Teams, selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) have been announced. The list includes Blair Shankle (Baylor), Clay Ream (North Dakota State), Madisyn Cox (Texas), P.J. Dunne (Texas), Amelie Currat (West Virginia), Elizabeth Gratz (West Virginia) and Ginnie Thrasher as Academic All-America selections.
The Big 12 has announced its 2017 Winter Scholar-Athletes of the Year. The student-athletes have been selected as winners for their respective sports based on the votes of each sport's head coaches.
Oklahoma State's Dean Heil and South Dakota State's Chris Bono have been awarded yearly Big 12 Wrestling honors, as voted on by Conference coaches.
Oklahoma State's Dean Heil took home an individual NCAA title in Saint Louis.
North Dakota State University 157-pounder Clay Ream won the Elite 90 Award presented prior to the 2017 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship matches.
South Dakota State's Seth Gross and Oklahoma State's Dean Heil, both advance to the NCAA Championship finals on Saturday evening in Saint Louis.
Six Big 12 wrestlers earned at-large bids to compete in the NCAA wrestling championships March 16-18 at the Scottrade Center in Saint Louis.
Following a historic performance, in which all 10 Cowboys advanced to the finals, Oklahoma State earned the 2017 Big 12 Wrestling Championship title.
The Oklahoma State Cowboys sent all 10 wrestlers to the finals during the first day of action at the Big 12 Wrestling Championship.
All 10 wrestling teams of the Big 12 Conference will head to Tulsa for the second neutral-site Big 12 Wrestling Championship.
Sixty-three student-athletes have been named to the 2017 Academic All-Big 12 Wrestling Team, including one 4.00 grade point average honoree.