The 2016 RTOC marks the 22nd time wrestlers throughout the U.S. travel to Reno, Nev., to compete in the annual tournament. The two-day high school tournament and one-day college tournament will take place Dec. 16-18 inside the Reno Events Center.
The high school tournament will take place the first two days, with the college open tournament wrapping up the weekend. The tournament will begin at 9 a.m. each day, with the medal matches of the high school scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 17.
The complete tournament schedule is located at www.rtoc.net under the teams section.
This year, we will welcome back defending NCAA Team Champions Penn State as well as NCAA Team Runner-up Oklahoma State. The college tournament promises to bring you a Sunday full of excitement as Stanford, Wyoming, Boise State and Oregon State all look to vie for a team title.
Allen (TX) High School will make its debut in the tournament this year, while familiar teams as Crook County (OR), Pomona (CO), Choctaw (OK), Yukon (OK), Temecula Valley (CA) and about 85 other teams will look to compete for the coveted team title.
For the second consecutive year, fans can follow the tournament on Flo Wrestling (www.flowrestling.org) through the Arena or Live Stream for Flo members. Fans can also follow the tournament via Twitter (@RenoTournament) or Facebook (Reno Tournament of Champions).
Pictures of the event will be posted on all social media as well as the RTOC website (under Team section in the Gallery).