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TRENTON - The Rider University wrestling team only won one match out of 10 against No. 1 Penn State in Friday’s match at the Cure Insurance Arena in Trenton.


But boy, was it a big one.


Sixth-year senior 197-pounder Ethan Laird took down national champion Max Dean in overtime for a 3-1 win in what became a 37-3 Penn State victory.


“He was ready,” said Rider coach John Hangey. “He has all the intangibles. The thing he does the best is make in-match adjustments better than anybody I’ve ever coached. That’s not something you can teach. That’s something that’s internal. I don’t know what else I can say about Ethan Laird. He’s an awesome kid.”



Laird fought off three near takedowns by Dean during the match, including in the final seconds of the third period with the Broncs calling for a technical violation for Dean pulling Laird’s singlet. The review didn’t go Laird’s way, but it did give him a chance to rest and plot.



Shortly after the start of the sudden-death overtime period, Laird slipped behind Dean and brought him down to the mat. Dean slipped out of the hold quickly, but the two fingers went up from ref Gary Wade and the call stood after another review.



“You know what I’m going to say, it’s all practice for March,” said Laird. “I might see him in the national finals, semis, quarters. Now I know what he has, I’ve felt it and I know I can beat him.



“I went to an eye-level shot I go to when a guy has really good defense. I slipped him, got behind him and got the mat return.”



On the defense that gave him a chance to win, Laird said “That’s my thing. You can get to the hips. Good luck getting through them.”



There was a best-case scenario for the Rider from a team standpoint. There was also a worst-case scenario.



What happened pretty much resembled the latter until Laird took the mat.



The absolute best-case scenario for the Broncs was to win six of the 10 bouts - which still might not have been enough to win the dual.



A more likely scenario was to pick off two or three close wins and remain competitive in a handful more, and while the Broncs were in many of the matches until the third period they couldn’t finish the job in most of the bouts. In addition, they lost Jake Silverstein in the first few seconds of the 157-pound match with a shoulder injury that resembled the one that cost him his entire season a year ago.



Last year’s 45-0 drubbing against Penn State was expected as Rider was decimated by injury, but it hoped for a better score with a more complete and healthy team in front of a crowd of 3,229. It didn’t look like the result was going to be different until Laird took the mat.



“My favorite match in the six years I’ve been here, for a small school like Rider to put on a match like this in an atmosphere like this was awesome,” said Laird. “A lot of guys fought hard. That’s the No. 1 team in the country.”



Penn State’s Gary Steen opened the match at 125 with a 6-4 win over Tyler Klinsky, fighting off a late takedown attempt. Two weights later, Rider freshman McKenzie Bell (141) held a 4-2 lead with a minute left against seventh-ranked Beau Bartlett and seemed primed for another upset - he defeated No. 11 Parker Filius of Purdue earlier in the year - but Bartlett reversed Bell to his back for a stunning fall at 6:08.



In the next match - a toss-up between Rider’s Quinn Kinner and Penn State’s Shayne Van Ness- the Penn State freshman and former Blair standout scored four points to take an early lead. Kinner fought back to 6-5, but Van Ness closed out the match with an 11-6 victory.



Rider’s Hunter Mays was close to an opening takedown in his 165-pound match against Alex Facundo, but he couldn’t convert and the rest of the match went the Nittany Lions’ way, 13-4.



“We wrestled well at 25 and 41, everybody else let the wrestling come to them and that was frustrating,” said Hangey. “McKenzie wrestled on his butt, which you can’t do. He put himself in position to win the match, and he made a fundamental mistake. He pushed the pace, he should have won.”



Two other Penn State national champions Roman Bravo-Young (133) and Carter Starocci (174) both picked up bonus points, while their fourth national champion, 184-pounder Aaron Brooks, did not compete.



NEXT: Rider is off until competing in the Southern Scuffle Jan. 1-2 in Chattanooga, Tn. Penn State will face Lehigh on Sunday.



Penn State 37, Rider 3​


WeightResultTeam score
125Gary Steen (PSU) d. Tyler Klinksy, 2-13-0
133Roman Bravo-Young (PSU) md. Richie Koehler, 23-97-0
141Beau Bartlett (PSU) p. McKenzie Bell, 6:0813-0
149Shayne Van Ness (PSU) d. Quinn Kinner, 11-616-0
157Terrell Barraclough (PSU) won by injury default over Jake Silverstein22-0
165Alex Facundo (PSU) d. Hunter Mays, 13-426-0
174Carter Starocci (PSU) md. Shane Reitsma, 18-630-0
184Donovan Ball (PSU) d. Asa Terrell, 9-333-0
197Ethan Laird (R) d. Max Dean, 3-1 (OT)33-3
285Greg Kirkvliet (PSU) md. David Szuba, 11-137-3
 

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Wednesday, November 30​

Bellarmine 23, Lindenwood 15

125: Austin Kegley (LU) over Jack Parker (BU) (Dec 12-10)

133: Michael Schiffhauer (BU) over Caiden Pelc (LU) (Dec 7-2)

141: Kalen Napier (LU) over Trayce Eckman (BU) (Dec 11-7)

149: Zac Cowan (BU) over Ben Bohr (LU) (MD 16-5)

157: Kysen Montgomery (BU) over (LU) (For.)

165: Gavin Londoff (LU) over Cole Nance (BU) (Dec 6-4)

174: Devan Hendricks (BU) over Luke Dickhaus (LU) (MD 18-5)

184: Austin Raynor (LU) over Kennedy Wyatt (BU) (Dec 7-4)

197: Ryan Golnick (LU) over Royce Hall (BU) (Dec 5-2)

285: Thad Huff (BU) over Michael Kramer (LU) (Fall 2:30)

Thursday, December 1​

Lock Haven 31, Davidson 13

125: #17 Anthony Noto (LH) over Hale Robinson (DAV) (TF 18-3 3:15)

133: Gable Strickland (LH) over Jackson Sichelstiel (DAV) (Dec 4-0)

141: Tyler Dilley (LH) over Joshua Viarengo (DAV) (TF 16-1 5:14)

149: Noah Frack (DAV) over Connor Eck (LH) (MD 8-0)

157: Ashton Eyler (LH) over Marc Koch (DAV) (Dec 7-1)

165: Avery Bassett (LH) over Jaden Hardrick (DAV) (Fall 1:49)

174: Tyler Stoltzfus (LH) over Brett Sanderlin (DAV) (Fall 3:37)

184: Colin Fegley (LH) over Jaden Hardrick (DAV) (Dec 7-2)

197: Gavin Henry (DAV) over Brad Morrison (LH) (Fall 2:28)

285: Jake Fernicola (DAV) over Ethan Miller (LH) (Dec 3-2)



Minnesota 37, Augustana 4

125: Jaxson Rohman (AUG) over Quincy Hulverson (MINN) (MD 15-7)

133: Jake Gliva (MINN) over John Babineau (AUG) (MD 16-5)

141: Vance Vombaur (MINN) over Kade Sammons (AUG) (TF 22-7 7:00)

149: Marcos Polanco (MINN) over Kyle Boeke (AUG) (Fall 3:23)

157: Sebas Swiggum (MINN) over Miles Fitzgerald (AUG) (Dec 8-1)

165: Andrew Sparks (MINN) over Tyler Wagener (AUG) (MD 12-1)

174: Jared Krattiger (MINN) over Jacob Tvinnereim (AUG) (Dec 3-2)

184: Sam Skillings (MINN) over Cade Mueller (AUG) (Dec 6-1)

197: #20 Garrett Joles (MINN) over Zach Peterson (AUG) (Dec 4-1)

285: Keaton Kluever (MINN) over Edward Hajas (AUG) (Fall 2:39)

Friday, December 2​

Missouri 38, West Virginia 3

Full dual replay

125: Peyton Moore (MIZZ) over Colton Drousias (WVU) (Fall 1:16)

133: Connor Brown (MIZZ) over Davin Rhoads (WVU) (Fall 4:25)

141: #10 Allan Hart (MIZZ) over Jordan Titus (WVU) (MD 11-2)

149: #8 Brock Mauller (MIZZ) over #22 Sam Hillegas (WVU) (MD 10-2)

157: #13 Jarrett Jacques (MIZZ) over Alex Hornfeck (WVU) (Dec 4-3)

165: #1 Keegan O'Toole (MIZZ) over #9 Peyton Hall (WVU) (Dec 3-0)

174: #9 Peyton Mocco (MIZZ) over Scott Joll (WVU) (Dec 10-4)

184: Sean Harman (MIZZ) over (WVU) (For.)

197: Austin Cooley (WVU) over Colton Hawks (MIZZ) (Dec 3-1)

285: #8 Zach Elam (MIZZ) over #19 Michael Wolfgram (WVU) (Dec 6-3)
 

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Virginia 44, Queens 6

125: Patrick McCormick (UVA) over Ashton Thompson (QU) (MD 15-3)

133: Erik Roggie (UVA) over Griffen Gonzales (QU) (Fall 0:00)

141: Dylan Cedeno (UVA) over Melvin Rubio (QU) (MD 13-4)

149: Jarod Verkleeren (UVA) over Nico D'Amico (QU) (TF 19-1 0:00)

157: Denton Spencer (UVA) over David Makupson (QU) (TF 16-0 0:00)

165: Justin McCoy (UVA) over Caleb Moore (QU) (Fall 0:00)

174: Justin Phillips (UVA) over Jay Skalecki (QU) (MD 13-1)

184: Neil Antrassian (UVA) over D'Andre Hunt (QU) (TF 16-1 0:00)

197: Michael Battista (UVA) over Riley Kuhn (QU) (TF 22-5 0:00)

285: Mikey Lytle (QU) over Ethan Weatherspoon (UVA) (Inj. 0:00)



George Mason 28, Bloomsburg 15

125: Markel Baker (GMU) dec Bronson Garber (BU), 10-4

133: Cole Rhone (BU) dec. Josh Jones (GMU), 6-4

141: Josh Mason (BU) fall Michael Rapuano (GMU), (2:47)

149: Nate Higley (GMU) fall William Morrow (BU), :)43)

157: Peter Pappas (GMU) MD Cade Balestrini, (BU)

165: Drew Dickson (GMU) tech fall Josh Bonomo (BU), 15-0

174: Logan Messer (GMU) dec Anthony DeRosa, Matt Benedetti, (BU)

184: Malachi DuVall (GMU) majdec Bruno Stolfi (BU), 14-1

197: Jon List (GMU) dec Tanner Culver (BU), 10-3

285: Shane Noonan (BU) fall Donovan Sprouse (GMU), (2:28)



George Mason 22, Gardner-Webb 10

125: Drew West (GWU) dec Markel Baker (GMU), 9-7

133: Todd Carter (GWU) majdec Josh Jones (GMU), 11-2

141: Anthony Glasl (GMU) dec Tyler Lamon (GWU), 7-1

149: DJ McGee (GMU) dec Corbin Dion (GWU), 7-1

157: Peter Pappas (GMU) majdec Tyler Brignola (GWU), 20-9

165: RJ Mosley (GWU) dec Drew Dickson (GMU), 10-5

174: Logan Messer (GMU) dec Andrew Wilson (GWU), 9-5

184: Malachi DuVall (GMU) dec Jha'Quan Anderson (GWU), 3-2

197: Tyler Kocak (GMU) dec Sam Mora (GWU), 3-2

285: Jon List (GMU) dec Peyton McComas (GWU), 3-2



Gardner-Webb 27, Bloomsburg 10

125: Drew West (Gardner-Webb) over Bronson Garber (Bloomsburg) (Fall 6:11)

133: Todd Carter (Gardner-Webb) over Cole Rhone (Bloomsburg) (Dec 4-2)

141: Josh Mason (Bloomsburg) over Tyler Lamon (Gardner-Webb) (MD 8-0)

149: Corbin Dion (Gardner-Webb) over William Morrow (Bloomsburg) (Dec 11-6)

157: Cade Balestrini (Bloomsburg) over Tyler Brignola (Gardner-Webb) (Dec 4-3)

165: RJ Mosley (Gardner-Webb) over Josh Bonomo (Bloomsburg) (TF 18-2 4:12)

174: Andrew Wilson (Gardner-Webb) over Anthony Derosa (Bloomsburg) (Dec 3-2)

184: Jha'Quan Anderson (Gardner-Webb) over David Tuttle (Bloomsburg) (MD 11-3)

197: Sam Mora (Gardner-Webb) over Tanner Culver (Bloomsburg) (Dec 5-1)

285: Shane Noonan (Bloomsburg) over Abraham Preston (Gardner-Webb) (Dec 8-1)

Saturday, December 3​

Air Force, Appalachian State, Arizona State, Bucknell, Cal Poly, California Baptist, Clarion, Columbia, Cornell, CSU Bakersfield, Edinboro, Harvard, Hofstra, Kent State, LIU, Michigan, Navy, NC State, Nebraska, Northern Iowa, Northwestern, Ohio, Ohio State, Oregon State, Purdue, Sacred Heart, South Dakota State, The Citadel, Utah Valley, Virginia Tech, Wyoming at Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational

Army West Point at American

Chattanooga at Illinois

Pittsburgh at Illinois

Sunday, December 4​

Davidson, George Mason, Lock Haven at ARMS Software Patriot Open

Lindenwood, Little Rock, Northern Colorado, Northern Illinois, SIU Edwardsville at Cougar Clash

Franklin & Marshall at VMI

Duke vs Franklin & Marshall

Penn State at Lehigh

Binghamton vs Michigan State

Drexel vs Indiana

Penn vs Rutgers

Princeton vs Wisconsin

Iowa State at Iowa

Minnesota at Oklahoma State

Duke at VMI

Virginia at Campbell

Binghamton vs Indiana

Drexel vs Rutgers

Michigan State vs Princeton

Penn vs Wisconsin
 
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125 lbs

Tanner Jordan (South Dakota State) dec Caleb Smith (Appalachian State) 8-6
Richie Figueroa (Arizona State) dec Brett Ungar (Cornell) 6-2
Brandon Kaylor (Oregon State) dec Eddie Ventresca (Virginia Tech) 6-4
Matt Ramos (Purdue) dec Jake Ferri (Kent State) 6-2


133 lbs

Vito Arujau (Cornell) maj Cody Phippen (Air Force) 16-4
Sam Latona (Virginia Tech) dec Chris Cannon (Northwestern) 7-2
Dylan Ragusin (Michigan) dec Chance Rich (CSU Bakersfield) 6-1
Michael McGee (Arizona State) maj Kai Orine (NC State) 18-4


141 lbs

Brock Hardy (Nebraska) fall Cole Mattin (Michigan) :39
Ryan Jack (NC State) dec Cleveland Belton (Oregon State) 6-1
Cael Happel (Northern Iowa) dec Tom Crook (Virginia Tech) 7-1
Clay Carlson (South Dakota State) dec Vince Cornella (Cornell) 3-1


149 lbs

Sammy Sasso (Ohio State) fall Alec Hagan (Ohio) 2:51
Yahya Thomas (Northwestern) dec Colin Realbuto (Northern Iowa) 5-2
Kyle Parco (Arizona State) dec Chance Lamer (Oregon State) 4-1
Jonathan Millner (Appalachian State) dec Jackson Arrington (NC State) 6-0


157 lbs

Will Lewan (Michigan) dec Tommy Askey (Appalachian State) 8-2
Kendall Coleman (Purdue) dec Trevor Chumbley (Northwestern) 6-5
Ed Scott (NC State) dec Cael Swensen (South Dakota State) 4-0
Peyton Robb (Nebraska) tech Peyten Keller (Ohio) 15-0


165 lbs

Tanner Cook (South Dakota State) fall Carson Kharchla (Ohio State) :37
Austin Yant (Northern Iowa) maj Tony Negron (Arizona State) 11-2
Josh Ogunsanya (Columbia) dec Matthew Olguin (Oregon State) 5-2
Julian Ramirez (Cornell) dec Will Formato (Appalachian State) 6-1


174 lbs

Mekhi Lewis (Virginia Tech) fall Cade DeVos (South Dakota State) 1:51
Chris Foca (Cornell) dec Ethan Smith (Ohio State) 8-4
Demetrius Romero (Utah Valley) fall Phil Conigliaro (Harvard) 5:44
Mikey Labriola (Nebraska) dec Sal Perrine (Ohio) 9-2

184 lbs

Parker Keckeisen (Northern Iowa) dec Anthony Montalvo (Arizona State) 5-3
Lenny Pinto (Nebraska) dec Trent Munoz (Oregon State) 5-4
Kaleb Romero (Ohio State) dec Hunter Bolen (Virginia Tech) 3-2
Trent Hidlay (NC State) dec Matt Finesilver (Michigan) 7-3


197 lbs

Andy Smith (Virginia Tech) dec Tanner Sloan (South Dakota State) 5-2
Tanner Harvey (Oregon State) dec Kordell Norfleet (Arizona State) 5-2
Silas Allred (Nebraska) dec Gavin Hoffman (Ohio State) 5-2
Isaac Trumble (NC State) fall Jake Koser (Navy) 5:49


285 lbs

AJ Nevills (South Dakota State) dec Cohlton Schultz (Arizona State) 5-2
Lucas Davison (Northwestern) dec Tyrell Gordon (Northern Iowa) 6-1
Wyatt Hendrickson (Air Force) maj Yaraslau Slavikouski (Harvard) 10-2
Mason Parris (Michigan) dec Owen Trephan (NC State) 8-1
 

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In a few hours, the 2022 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational will kick off its second day of action with the semifinals. On day one, there were plenty of upsets and incredible matches. The championship bracket will start at the semifinals, with lots of great potential matchups. Some of these competitors are meeting for the first time, while others have plenty of familiarity with each other.

Below, with the assistance of the great website WrestleStat , are past collegiate meetings between CKLV Invitational semifinalists:


125 lbs

Tanner Jordan (South Dakota State) vs. Richie Figueroa (Arizona State)
- No Previous Meeting

#10 Brandon Kaylor (Oregon State) vs. #8 Matt Ramos (Purdue) - No Previous Meeting


133 lbs

#3 Vito Arujau (Cornell) vs. #9 Sam Latona (Virginia Tech)
- Arujau 1-0

- 2021 College Duals (12-2 Arujau)

#4 Michael McGee (Arizona State) vs. #5 Dylan Ragusin (Michigan) - McGee 2-0

- 2021-22 Dual Meet/ECM (10-0 McGee)

- 2022 NCAA Quarterfinals (8-7 McGee)


141 lbs

#17 Brock Hardy (Nebraska) vs. #14 Ryan Jack (NC State)
- Jack 1-0

- 2022 WrangleMania (9-7 Jack)


#11 Clay Carlson (South Dakota State) vs. #22 Cael Happel (Northern Iowa) - Split 1-1

- 2021-22 Dual Meet (11-4 Carlson)

- 2022 Daktronics Open (8-6 Happel)


149 lbs

#3 Sammy Sasso (Ohio State) vs. #7 Yahya Thomas (Northwestern)
- Sasso 3-0

- 2020 Big Ten Championships (5-4TB Sasso)

- 2021 NCAA Quarterfinals (8-3 Sasso)

- 2021 CKLV Semifinals (6-4 Sasso)


#4 Jonathan Millner (Appalachian State) vs. #5 Kyle Parco (Arizona State) - Parco 2-1

- 2021 NCAA Consolation Quarterfinals (9-5 Parco)

- 2021 Mountaineer Invitational (Fall Parco)

- 2022 NCAA Consolation Quarterfinals (9-4 Millner)


157 lbs

#3 Will Lewan (Michigan) vs. #11 Kendall Coleman (Purdue)
- Coleman 1-0

- 2019 Michigan State Open (Coleman 3-1 SV)


#4 Peyton Robb (Nebraska) vs. #9 Ed Scott (NC State) - Robb 2-0

- 2022 NCAA Round of 12 (Robb Fall)

- 2022 WrangleMania (Robb 8-2)


165 lbs

#12 Austin Yant (Northern Iowa) vs. #26 Tanner Cook (South Dakota State)
- Cook 1-0

- 2019-20 Dual Meet (Cook Fall)


#8 Julian Ramirez (Cornell) vs. #10 Josh Ogunsanya (Columbia) - Split 2-2

- 2021 CKLV Consolations (Ramirez 13-5)

- 2021-22 Dual Meet (Ogunsanya Injury Default)

- 2021-22 EIWA Semifinals (Ogunsanya 6-4)

- 2022 NCAA Consolation Round of 24 (Ramirez 14-3)


174 lbs

#2 Mekhi Lewis (Virginia Tech) vs. #9 Chris Foca (Cornell)
- Lewis 1-0

- 2021 Collegiate Duals (Lewis 3-1 TB)


#3 Mikey Labriola (Nebraska) vs. #5 Demetrius Romero (Utah Valley) - Labriola 1-0

- 2021 NCAA Consolation Semifinals (Labriola 5-4)


184 lbs

#2 Parker Keckeisen (Northern Iowa) vs. Lenny Pinto (Nebraska)
- No Previous Meeting


#3 Trent Hidlay (NC State) vs. #4 Kaleb Romero (Ohio State) - Hidlay 1-0

- 2022 NCAA 5th Place Match (Hidlay 3-2)


197 lbs

#21 Tanner Harvey (Oregon State) vs. #32 Andy Smith (Virginia Tech)
- No Previous Meeting


#14 Isaac Trumble (NC State) vs. #23 Silas Allred (Nebraska) - Trumble 1-0

- 2022 WrangleMania (Trumble 9-2)


285

#4 Lucas Davison (Northwestern) vs. #14 AJ Nevills (South Dakota State)
- Davison 1-0

- 2021 CKLV Invitational (Davison Fall)


#3 Mason Parris (Michigan) vs. #8 Wyatt Henderickson (Air Force) - No Previous Meeting
 

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TRENTON - The Rider University wrestling team only won one match out of 10 against No. 1 Penn State in Friday’s match at the Cure Insurance Arena in Trenton.


But boy, was it a big one.


Sixth-year senior 197-pounder Ethan Laird took down national champion Max Dean in overtime for a 3-1 win in what became a 37-3 Penn State victory.


“He was ready,” said Rider coach John Hangey. “He has all the intangibles. The thing he does the best is make in-match adjustments better than anybody I’ve ever coached. That’s not something you can teach. That’s something that’s internal. I don’t know what else I can say about Ethan Laird. He’s an awesome kid.”



Laird fought off three near takedowns by Dean during the match, including in the final seconds of the third period with the Broncs calling for a technical violation for Dean pulling Laird’s singlet. The review didn’t go Laird’s way, but it did give him a chance to rest and plot.



Shortly after the start of the sudden-death overtime period, Laird slipped behind Dean and brought him down to the mat. Dean slipped out of the hold quickly, but the two fingers went up from ref Gary Wade and the call stood after another review.



“You know what I’m going to say, it’s all practice for March,” said Laird. “I might see him in the national finals, semis, quarters. Now I know what he has, I’ve felt it and I know I can beat him.



“I went to an eye-level shot I go to when a guy has really good defense. I slipped him, got behind him and got the mat return.”



On the defense that gave him a chance to win, Laird said “That’s my thing. You can get to the hips. Good luck getting through them.”



There was a best-case scenario for the Rider from a team standpoint. There was also a worst-case scenario.



What happened pretty much resembled the latter until Laird took the mat.



The absolute best-case scenario for the Broncs was to win six of the 10 bouts - which still might not have been enough to win the dual.



A more likely scenario was to pick off two or three close wins and remain competitive in a handful more, and while the Broncs were in many of the matches until the third period they couldn’t finish the job in most of the bouts. In addition, they lost Jake Silverstein in the first few seconds of the 157-pound match with a shoulder injury that resembled the one that cost him his entire season a year ago.



Last year’s 45-0 drubbing against Penn State was expected as Rider was decimated by injury, but it hoped for a better score with a more complete and healthy team in front of a crowd of 3,229. It didn’t look like the result was going to be different until Laird took the mat.



“My favorite match in the six years I’ve been here, for a small school like Rider to put on a match like this in an atmosphere like this was awesome,” said Laird. “A lot of guys fought hard. That’s the No. 1 team in the country.”



Penn State’s Gary Steen opened the match at 125 with a 6-4 win over Tyler Klinsky, fighting off a late takedown attempt. Two weights later, Rider freshman McKenzie Bell (141) held a 4-2 lead with a minute left against seventh-ranked Beau Bartlett and seemed primed for another upset - he defeated No. 11 Parker Filius of Purdue earlier in the year - but Bartlett reversed Bell to his back for a stunning fall at 6:08.



In the next match - a toss-up between Rider’s Quinn Kinner and Penn State’s Shayne Van Ness- the Penn State freshman and former Blair standout scored four points to take an early lead. Kinner fought back to 6-5, but Van Ness closed out the match with an 11-6 victory.



Rider’s Hunter Mays was close to an opening takedown in his 165-pound match against Alex Facundo, but he couldn’t convert and the rest of the match went the Nittany Lions’ way, 13-4.



“We wrestled well at 25 and 41, everybody else let the wrestling come to them and that was frustrating,” said Hangey. “McKenzie wrestled on his butt, which you can’t do. He put himself in position to win the match, and he made a fundamental mistake. He pushed the pace, he should have won.”



Two other Penn State national champions Roman Bravo-Young (133) and Carter Starocci (174) both picked up bonus points, while their fourth national champion, 184-pounder Aaron Brooks, did not compete.



NEXT: Rider is off until competing in the Southern Scuffle Jan. 1-2 in Chattanooga, Tn. Penn State will face Lehigh on Sunday.



Penn State 37, Rider 3​


WeightResultTeam score
125Gary Steen (PSU) d. Tyler Klinksy, 2-13-0
133Roman Bravo-Young (PSU) md. Richie Koehler, 23-97-0
141Beau Bartlett (PSU) p. McKenzie Bell, 6:0813-0
149Shayne Van Ness (PSU) d. Quinn Kinner, 11-616-0
157Terrell Barraclough (PSU) won by injury default over Jake Silverstein22-0
165Alex Facundo (PSU) d. Hunter Mays, 13-426-0
174Carter Starocci (PSU) md. Shane Reitsma, 18-630-0
184Donovan Ball (PSU) d. Asa Terrell, 9-333-0
197Ethan Laird (R) d. Max Dean, 3-1 (OT)33-3
285Greg Kirkvliet (PSU) md. David Szuba, 11-137-3
Way to go Ethan Laird!
 
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after receiving a mff in the semis, tanner cook is in the cklv finals and has yet to wrestler longer than a minute. just like we all predicted lol
 
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keckeisen's style is exactly what i want to see in black and gold up and down the lineup. pressure, physicality, but not just in the handfight. he knows how scramble and finish from every position and therefore has no fear. high attack rate + efficiency = what the iowa style should be.
 

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Nebraska is putting together a solid run. My boy Hardy at 141 is in the finals. Decision over Rayn in the semi's. tOSU is looking pretty ordinary.
 
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Well, he got to wrestle more than a minute in the finals...
You are truly one of the most smug and miserable posters I've ever seen here. Nothing meaningful ever comes out of your posts, so I suppose you are true to your word. How are you talking smack about some bum from Cornell beating some other bum from another school on an Iowa wrestling board?

Get back on your yacht and go visit Greece or something, stop rolling around with the pigs.
 
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You are truly one of the most smug and miserable posters I've ever seen here. Nothing meaningful ever comes out of your posts, so I suppose you are true to your word. How are you talking smack about some bum from Cornell beating some other bum from another school on an Iowa wrestling board?

Get back on your yacht and go visit Greece or something, stop rolling around with the pigs.
Lighten up, Francis.

Why are you talking about some bum from another school on an Iowa wrestling board?
tanner cook is in the cklv finals and has yet to wrestler longer than a minute. just like we all predicted lol
 
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CHAMPAIGN, Ill. – The Illinois wrestling team split their home opener between Chattanooga and #17 Pittsburgh on Saturday, Dec. 3 at the State Farm Center. Illinois defeated Chattanooga 32-9 in the first dual, but lost to #17 Pittsburgh 6-30 in the second.



UTC NOTES

Sophomore Maximo Renteria gave the orange and blue the best possible start to the home opener when he pinned Logan Ashton in 5:40. The Illini followed that up with two more wins in the following matches, including a pin from sophomore Danny Pucino over Dayne Dalrymple (4:00). Redshirt junior Danny Braunagel recorded a technical fall over Jackson Hurst at the 6:04 mark, 22-7.



Redshirt freshman Dylan Connell undoubtedly had the thriller of the Chattanooga dual. Knotted up 1-1, Connell trailed in ride time and would lose if time expired. He did not crack under the pressure; Connell registered the winning takedown over Matthew Waddell with 10 seconds left to win 3-1.



PITT NOTES

Danny Braunagel gutted out a hard-earned win over Holden Heller. Braunagel trailed 4-1 early in the bout, but fought back to eventually push the match to overtime. In the OT period Braunagel seemed to have the match won early via a takedown. However, a challenge from Pitt overturned the call. He later would leave no doubt and successfully recorded the takedown on Heller to secure the win 9-7.



Redshirt sophomore and newcomer Edmond Ruth continues to make and impact for the Illini squad. He defeated Luca Augustine in the first overtime period 3-1.



#19 Illinois vs. UTC Results 32-9

125: Maximo Renteria defeated Logan Ashton (Fall 5:40)
133: Lucas Byrd defeated Brayden Palmer (Dec. 5-0)
141: Danny Pucino defeated Dayne Dalrymple (Fall 4:00)
149: Noah Castillo defeated Kevon Davenport (Fall 3:28)
157: Lincoln Heck defeated Anthony Federico (Dec. 3-2)
165: Danny Braunagel defeated Jackson Hurst (Tech. Fall 22-7 6:04)
174: Edmond Ruth defeated Rocky Johnson (Dec. 5-2)
184: Dylan Connell defeated Matthew Waddell (Dec. 3-1)
197: Zac Braunagel defeated Jake Boyd (Dec. 11-5)
HWT: Matt Wroblewski defeated Logan Andrew (Dec. 2-1)



#19 Illinois vs. #17 Pittsburgh Results 6-30

125: Colton Camacho defeated Maximo Renteria (Fall 5:15)
133: Micky Phillippi defeated Lucas Byrd (Dec. 4-3)
141: Cole Matthews defeated Danny Pucino (Dec. 4-2)
149: Tyler Badgett defeated Kevon Davenport (Dec. 4-2)
157: Dazjon Casto defeated Luke Odom (Fall 4:58)
165: Danny Braunagel defeated Holden Heller (SV-1 9-7)
174: Edmond Ruth defeated Luca Augustine (SV-1 3-1)
184: Reece Heller defeated Dylan Connell (Dec. 8-1)
197: Nino Bonaccorsi defeated Zac Braunagel (SV-1 3-1)
HWT: Jake Slinger defeated Matt Wroblewski (Dec. 2-0)





NEXT UP

The wrestling Illini are off for almost a month before the travel to Hoffman Estates, Ill. for the annual Midlands Championships on Dec. 29-30.
 

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Valholl

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2022 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational Placewinners


Championship Finals


125 lbs - Richie Figueroa (Arizona State) dec Matt Ramos (Purdue) 3-2
133 lbs - Vito Arujau (Cornell) dec Michael McGee (Arizona State) 6-1
141 lbs - Brock Hardy (Nebraska) dec Cael Happel (Northern Iowa) 6-1
149 lbs - Sammy Sasso (Ohio State) dec Kyle Parco (Arizona State) 6-2
157 lbs - Peyton Robb (Nebraska) dec Kendall Coleman (Purdue) 7-3
165 lbs - Julian Ramirez (Cornell) tech Tanner Cook (South Dakota State) 17-1
174 lbs - Mikey Labriola (Nebraska) dec Mekhi Lewis (Virginia Tech) 3-1SV
184 lbs - Trent Hidlay (NC State) dec Parker Keckeisen (Northern Iowa) 8-2
197 lbs - Isaac Trumble (NC State) dec Tanner Harvey (Oregon State) 6-4
285 lbs - Mason Parris (Michigan) dec Lucas Davison (Northwestern) 6-4


Third Place Bouts

125 - Liam Cronin (Nebraska) dec Brandon Kaylor (Oregon State) 4-2
133 - Kyle Biscoglia (Northern Iowa) MedFFT Jason Shaner (Oregon State)
141 - Ryan Jack (NC State) fall Josh Koderhandt (Navy) 5:16
149 - Yahya Thomas (Northwestern) dec Jonathan Millner (Appalachian State) 2-1
157 - Ed Scott (NC State) InjDef Will Lewan (Michigan)
165 - Matt Olguin (Oregon State) fall Bubba Wilson (Nebraska) 5:41
174 - Chris Foca (Cornell) dec Cade DeVos (South Dakota State) 6-4
184 - Hunter Bolen (Virginia Tech) dec Kaleb Romero (Ohio State) 3-1SV
197 - Tanner Sloan (South Dakota State) dec Evan Bockman (Utah Valley) 4-3
285 - Yaraslau Slavikouski (Harvard) MedFFT Wyatt Hendrickson (Air Force)


Fifth Place Bouts

125 - Malik Heinselman (Ohio State) dec Tanner Jordan (South Dakota State) 11-5
133 - Dylan Ragusin (Michigan) dec Sam Latona (Virginia Tech) 3-1
141 - Tom Crook (Virginia Tech) MedFFT Clay Carlson (South Dakota State)
149 - Jackson Arrington (NC State) dec Alec Hagan (Ohio) 5-2
157 - Trevor Chumbley (Northwestern) dec Cael Swensen (South Dakota State) 6-2
165 - Josh Ogunsanya (Columbia) MedFFT Austin Yant (Northern Iowa)
174 - Troy Fisher (Northwestern) MedFFT Demetrius Romero (Utah Valley)
184 - Cade King (South Dakota State) fall Lenny Pinto (Nebraska) 1:17
197 - Silas Allred (Nebraska) MedFFT Andy Smith (Virginia Tech)
285 - Tyrell Gordon (Northern Iowa) dec AJ Nevills (South Dakota State) 3-1SV


Seventh Place Bouts

125 - Brett Ungar (Cornell) MedFFT Kurt McHenry (Michigan)
133 - Chance Rich (CSU Bakersfield) InjDef Chris Cannon (Northwestern)
141 - Parker Filius (Purdue) dec Dylan D'Emilio (Ohio State) 12-6
149 - Chance Lamer (Michigan) tech Colin Realbuto (Northern Iowa) 18-2
157 - Cesar Alvan (Columbia) fall Tommy Askey (Appalachian State) 4:02
165 - Will Formato (Appalachian State) MedFFT Carson Kharchla (Ohio State)
174 - Aaron Olmos (Oregon State) dec Alex Faison (NC State) 3-1SV
184 - Matt Finesilver (Michigan) MedFFT Trey Munoz (Oregon State)
197 - Jacob Koser (Navy) MedFFT Kendall Norfleet (Arizona State)
285 - Owen Trephan (NC State) MedFFT Cohlton Schultz

Team Scores

1. Nebraska 137.5
2. NC State 127.5
3. South Dakota State 123
4. Michigan 96.5
5. Northern Iowa 96
6. Arizona State 89
7. Cornell 83.5
8. Ohio State 82.5
8. Oregon State 82.5
10. Northwestern 81.5
 

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Championship Finals


125 lbs - Richie Figueroa (Arizona State) dec Matt Ramos (Purdue) 3-2
133 lbs - Vito Arujau (Cornell) dec Michael McGee (Arizona State) 6-1
141 lbs - Brock Hardy (Nebraska) dec Cael Happel (Northern Iowa) 6-1
149 lbs - Sammy Sasso (Ohio State) dec Kyle Parco (Arizona State) 6-2
157 lbs - Peyton Robb (Nebraska) dec Kendall Coleman (Purdue) 7-3
165 lbs - Julian Ramirez (Cornell) tech Tanner Cook (South Dakota State) 17-1
174 lbs - Mikey Labriola (Nebraska) dec Mekhi Lewis (Virginia Tech) 3-1SV
184 lbs - Trent Hidlay (NC State) dec Parker Keckeisen (Northern Iowa) 8-2
197 lbs - Isaac Trumble (NC State) dec Tanner Harvey (Oregon State) 6-4
285 lbs - Mason Parris (Michigan) dec Lucas Davison (Northwestern) 6-4


Third Place Bouts

125 - Liam Cronin (Nebraska) dec Brandon Kaylor (Oregon State) 4-2
133 - Kyle Biscoglia (Northern Iowa) MedFFT Jason Shaner (Oregon State)
141 - Ryan Jack (NC State) fall Josh Koderhandt (Navy) 5:16
149 - Yahya Thomas (Northwestern) dec Jonathan Millner (Appalachian State) 2-1
157 - Ed Scott (NC State) InjDef Will Lewan (Michigan)
165 - Matt Olguin (Oregon State) fall Bubba Wilson (Nebraska) 5:41
174 - Chris Foca (Cornell) dec Cade DeVos (South Dakota State) 6-4
184 - Hunter Bolen (Virginia Tech) dec Kaleb Romero (Ohio State) 3-1SV
197 - Tanner Sloan (South Dakota State) dec Evan Bockman (Utah Valley) 4-3
285 - Yaraslau Slavikouski (Harvard) MedFFT Wyatt Hendrickson (Air Force)


Fifth Place Bouts

125 - Malik Heinselman (Ohio State) dec Tanner Jordan (South Dakota State) 11-5
133 - Dylan Ragusin (Michigan) dec Sam Latona (Virginia Tech) 3-1
141 - Tom Crook (Virginia Tech) MedFFT Clay Carlson (South Dakota State)
149 - Jackson Arrington (NC State) dec Alec Hagan (Ohio) 5-2
157 - Trevor Chumbley (Northwestern) dec Cael Swensen (South Dakota State) 6-2
165 - Josh Ogunsanya (Columbia) MedFFT Austin Yant (Northern Iowa)
174 - Troy Fisher (Northwestern) MedFFT Demetrius Romero (Utah Valley)
184 - Cade King (South Dakota State) fall Lenny Pinto (Nebraska) 1:17
197 - Silas Allred (Nebraska) MedFFT Andy Smith (Virginia Tech)
285 - Tyrell Gordon (Northern Iowa) dec AJ Nevills (South Dakota State) 3-1SV


Seventh Place Bouts

125 - Brett Ungar (Cornell) MedFFT Kurt McHenry (Michigan)
133 - Chance Rich (CSU Bakersfield) InjDef Chris Cannon (Northwestern)
141 - Parker Filius (Purdue) dec Dylan D'Emilio (Ohio State) 12-6
149 - Chance Lamer (Michigan) tech Colin Realbuto (Northern Iowa) 18-2
157 - Cesar Alvan (Columbia) fall Tommy Askey (Appalachian State) 4:02
165 - Will Formato (Appalachian State) MedFFT Carson Kharchla (Ohio State)
174 - Aaron Olmos (Oregon State) dec Alex Faison (NC State) 3-1SV
184 - Matt Finesilver (Michigan) MedFFT Trey Munoz (Oregon State)
197 - Jacob Koser (Navy) MedFFT Kendall Norfleet (Arizona State)
285 - Owen Trephan (NC State) MedFFT Cohlton Schultz

Team Scores

1. Nebraska 137.5
2. NC State 127.5
3. South Dakota State 123
4. Michigan 96.5
5. Northern Iowa 96
6. Arizona State 89
7. Cornell 83.5
8. Ohio State 82.5
8. Oregon State 82.5
10. Northwestern 81.5

Wow, the Bucknuts tied OSU. And THE Jackrabbits represented.
 

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Top-Ranked Nittany Lion Wrestlers Take Care of Lehigh 24-12 For Another Road Dual Victory​

Van Ness’ pin at 149 sparks Penn State to impressive win in Bethlehem​

BETHLEHEM, Pa. – The top-ranked Penn State wrestling team (3-0, 0-0 B1G) took care of homestanding Lehigh (3-3) 24-12 for a non-conference road win in Bethlehem, Pa. Redshirt freshman Shayne Van Ness sparked Penn State with a pin at 149 and Greg Kerkvliet finished off the dual with a technical fall at 285.

Redshirt freshman Gary Steen fought No. 26 Carter Bailey tough for seven minutes but dropped a 3-1 decision in the dual's opening bout. True freshman Karl Shindledecker made his Penn State dual debut at 133 and battled No. 19 Connor McGonagle but dropped a 6-1 decision, giving Lehigh an early 6-0 lead in the dual meet.

Junior Beau Bartlett, ranked No. 9 at 141, tallied takedowns in each period as he put Penn State on the board with a strong 8-4 win over Malyke Hines. His win cut LU's lead to 6-3. Redshirt freshman Shayne Van Ness, ranked No. 20 at 149, gave Penn State the lead by picking up a first period pin over No. 26 Manzona Bryant IV. Van Ness turned a low shot into a cradle and a pin at the 2:28 mark to give PSU a 9-6 lead. Junior Terrell Barraclough, ranked No. 30 at 157, battled No. 8 Josh Humphreys and kept the bout close with a full second period rideout. But the Mountain Hawk was able to work his way to a 6-3 win and the dual was tied 9-9 at halftime.

Redshirt freshman Alex Facundo, ranked No. 17 at 165, controlled NCAA qualifier Brian Meyer for seven minutes, using two takedowns, an escape and riding time to notch a 6-2 win and give Penn State a 12-9 lead in the dual. Junior Carter Starocci, ranked No. 1 at 174, then put on a takedown clinic against Lehigh's Jake Logan. Starocci rolled up ten takedowns, including seven in the third period, on his way to a 22-8 major decision.

Senior Aaron Brooks, ranked No. 1 at 184, took care of No. 22 Tate Samuelson, using two three takedowns, an escape and a stall point to roll to an 8-3 win and put Penn State up 19-9 with two bouts to wrestle. Senior Max Dean, ranked No. 1 at 197, had a first period lead over No. 9 Michael Beard when two stall calls put the Hawk back into the bout and forced Dean into catch-up mode. Dean was unable to battle back and dropped a tough 11-9 decision. Junior Greg Kerkvliet, ranked No. 2 at 285, dominated No. 22 Nathan Taylor and used four near falls (three fours and a two), to post the 18-0 technical fall at the 4:01 mark.

Penn State posted a 22-12 takedown advantage in the dual. The Nittany Lions picked up six bonus points off a pin (Van Ness), a tech fall (Kerkvliet) and a major (Starocci).

Penn State is now 3-0 on the year while Lehigh falls to 3-3. Penn State then returns home to Rec Hall on Sunday, Dec. 11, for a 2 p.m. match-up with Oregon State (in an ESPNU national telecast).

The 2022-23 Penn State Wrestling season is presented by the Family Clothesline. Penn State Fans are encouraged to follow Penn State wrestling via twitter at @pennstateWREST, on Penn State Wrestling's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennstatewrestling and on Instagram at www.instagram.com/pennstatewrest. This is PENN STATE. WRESTLING lives here.

#1 Penn State 24, Lehigh 12
December 4, 2022 – Bethlehem, Pa.

125: #26 Carter Bailey LEH dec. Gary Steen PSU, 3-1 0-3
133: #19 Connor McGonagle LEH dec. Karl Shindledecker PSU, 6-1 0-6
141: #9 Beau Bartlett PSU dec. #30 Malyke Hines LEH, 8-4 3-6
149: #20 Shayne Van Ness PSU pinned #26 Manzona Bryant IV, WBF (2:28) 9-6
157: #8 Josh Humphreys LEH dec. #30 Terrell Barraclough PSU, 6-3 9-9
165: #17 Alex Facundo PSU dec. Brian Meyer LEH, 6-2 12-9
174: #1 Carter Starocci PSU maj. dec. Jake Logan LEH, 22-8 16-9
184: #1 Aaron Brooks PSU dec. #22 Tate Samuelson LEH, 8-3 19-9
197: #9 Michael Beard LEH dec. #1 Max Dean PSU, 11-9 19-12
285: #2 Greg Kerkvliet PSU tech. fall #22 Nathan Taylor LEH, 18-0 (TF; 4:01) 24-12

Attendance: 6,032
Records: Penn State (3-0, 0-0 B1G); Lehigh (3-3)
Up Next for Penn State: home vs. Oregon State, Sunday, Dec. 11, 2 p.m. – Rec Hall
 

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Minnesota Uses First-Half Surge to Knock Off No. 5 Cowboys​

12/4/2022 08:19:00 PM | Wrestling
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STILLWATER, Okla. - For the first time since 2014, the University of Minnesota wrestling program has defeated Oklahoma State after marching into the historic Gallagher-Iba Arena to knock off the No. 5 Cowboys, 19-13.

Starting at 165 pounds for Sunday's contest, the story of the dual was the front half of the lineup as the Maroon and Gold used four upset victories to take a 12-3 lead at the half, including two wins from Gophers who bumped up a weight class.

"We're always going to need guys that are going to have to battle, but those early wins were key for us to be able to build that momentum initially," Eggum said. "We're really proud of the guys and the effort they put forth. This is a great program down here, so that was a big win."

The dual kicked off at 165 pounds, where Andrew Sparks defeated Wyatt Sheets by a score of 5-4, using a first-period flurry in which he scored two takedowns to help lead him towards the upset victory.

After Bailee O'Reilly fell to Dustin Plott by a 10-5 decision, Isaiah Salazar got the Gophers back on track with an impressive 4-0 decision over Travis Wittlake. Salazar set the tone in the second-period with a suffocating ride to keep the match scoreless after two. Following a quick escape, the junior would clinch the upset with a decisive third-period takedown.

Michial Foy would make his return to 197 pounds by taking on a ranked Luke Surber. Foy also had a dominant ride in the second period of his bout, and prevailed from a crazy third period after getting the winning escape as well as a takedown in the closing moments to secure the win.

Garrett Joles would then continue the trend for Minnesota by also bumping up to heavyweight for his first contest at 285 pounds since 2020, where he knocked off No. 16 Konnor Doucet. After being knotted at 1-1 after the first overtime period, Joles earned his escape with seven seconds left in the second half of tiebreakers after riding out Doucet in the first half to help Minnesota earn their fourth upset in the first five matches.

"[Foy and Joles] have been in these positions before. Foy wrestled 197 last year and Garrett's a big guy for his weight, so we knew we were capable of making that adjustment," said Coach Eggum. "We felt like both guys were strong enough to give up a little weight and still go out and battle, and they did that."

Patrick McKee kept the "U" rolling by winning the rubber match against Trevor Mastrogiovanni after splitting matches with him last year. McKee was the controlling wrestler for the entirety of the contest earned the opening takedown and three minutes of riding time in the contest, with the only point he conceded in the bout being a rare technical violation for a supposed headgear pull from the top position.

After dropping decisions at both 133 at 141 pounds, Michael Blockhus was again put in a position to close out a dual for Minnesota, where he defeated Victor Voinovich by 3-1 decision. Blockhus earned the only takedown in the bout with an inside single in the second period which proved to be the difference.

"If you look back at this and see some of the guys who lost for us today, on paper you would say we wouldn't have an opportunity to win this dual," Eggum said. "To see these other guys step up and get big wins like they did, that's what good teams do and we've been really proud of the guys and the work they've put in."

The win for the Gophers breaks a six-match losing streak against Oklahoma State dating back to 2014, and is the first win for the Maroon & Gold inside Gallagher-Iba Arena since 2013.

The Gophers now move to 4-0 on the year, giving them their best start to a season since the 2014-15 campaign. The loss gives Oklahoma State their first defeat of the season to drop their record to 3-1.

Minnesota has one more road trip ahead of them before the holiday break, as they travel to Fargo, N.D., to take on North Dakota State on Friday, Dec. 9, before heading out west to compete in a triangular meet with Cal Poly and Lindenwood in San Luis Obispo, California.

#10 MINNESOTA (18), #5 OKLAHOMA STATE (12)
December 4, 2022 | Stillwater, Okla. | Gallagher-Iba Arena | Attendance: 4217
165: #27 Andrew Sparks (MINN) dec. #16 Wyatt Sheets (OKST), 5-4
174: #4 Dustin Plott (OKST) dec. #18 Bailee O'Reilly (MINN), 10-5
184: #13 Isaiah Salazar (MINN) dec. #11 Travis Wittlake (OKST), 4-0
197: Michial Foy (MINN) dec. #29 Luke Surber (OKST), 7-4
HWT: #28* Garrett Joles (MINN) dec. #16 Konnor Doucet (OKST), 2-1 TB1
125: #4 Patrick McKee (MINN) dec. #7 Trevor Mastrogiovanni (OKST), 4-1
133: #2 Daton Fix (OKST) dec. #18 Aaron Nagao (MINN), 10-3
141: #21 Carter Young (OKST) dec. #3 Jake Bergeland (MINN), 5-1
149: #17 Michael Blockhus (MINN) dec. #18 Victor Voinovich (OKST), 3-1
157: #10 Kaden Gfeller (OKST) dec. #2 Brayton Lee (MINN), 2-0
 

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Wisconsin over Pennsylvania 27 - 9

event date: 12/04/22
 

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Holy hell... what's happened to Okie State wrestling?

Losing to Minnesota?
 

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Saturday's Dual Results

Army West Point 27 American 6


125 - Ethan Berginc (Army West Point) dec Max Leete (American) 4-3
133 - Richard Treanor (Army West Point) dec Raymond Lopez (American) 8-7
141 - Julian Sanchez (Army West Point) maj Jack Maida (American) 11-2
149 - Matthew Williams (Army West Point) dec Patrick Ryan (American) 6-4SV
157 - Nathan Lukez (Army West Point) maj Jack Nies (American) 13-4
165 - Caleb Campos (American) dec Dalton Harkins (Army West Point) 4-3
174 - Ben Pasiuk (Army West Point) maj Lucas White (American) 16-8
184 - Sahm AbdulRazzas (Army West Point) dec Colin Shannon (American) 10-5
197 - Connor Bourne (American) dec Kyle Swartz (Army West Point) 2-0
285 - Kade Carlson (Army West Point) dec Will Jarrell (American) 3-2

Illinois 32 Chattanooga 9

125 - Maximo Renteria (Illinois) fall Logan Ashton (Chattanooga) 5:40
133 - Lucas Byrd (Illinois) dec Brayden Palmer (Chattanooga) 5-0
141 - Danny Pucino (Illinois) fall Dayne Dalrymple (Chattanooga) 4:00
149 - Noah Castillo (Chattanooga) fall Kevon Davenport (Illinois) 3:28
157 - Lincoln Heck (Chattanooga) dec Anthony Federico (Illinois) 3-2
165 - Danny Braunagel (Illinois) tech Jackson Hurst (Chattanooga) 23-7
174 - Edmond Ruth (Illinois) dec Rocky Jordan (Chattanooga) 5-2
184 - Dylan Connell (Illinois) dec Matthew Waddell (Chattanooga) 3-1
197 - Zac Braunagel (Illinois) dec Jake Boyd (Chattanooga) 11-5
285 - Matt Wroblewski (Illinois) dec dec Logan Andrew (Chattanooga) 2-1

Pittsburgh 30 Illinois 6

125 - Colton Camacho (Pittsburgh) fall Maximo Renteria (Illinois) 5:15
133 - Micky Phillippi (Pittsburgh) dec Lucas Byrd (Illinois) 4-3
141 - Cole Matthews (Pittsburgh) dec Danny Pucino (Illinois) 4-2
149 - Tyler Badgett (Pittsburgh) dec Kevon Davenport (Illinois) 4-2
157 - Dazjon Casto (Pittsburgh) fall Luke Odom (Illinois) 4:58
165 - Danny Braunagel (Illinois) dec Holden Heller (Pittsburgh) 9-7SV
174 - Edmond Ruth (Illinois) dec Luca Augustine (Pittsburgh) 3-1SV
184 - Reece Heller (Pittsburgh) dec Dylan Connell (Illinois) 8-1
197 - Nino Bonaccorsi (Pittsburgh) dec Zac Braunagel (Illinois) 3-1SV
285 - Jake Slinger (Pittsburgh) dec Matt Wroblewski (Illinois) 2-0


Sunday's Dual Results

VMI 24 Franklin & Marshall 15


125 - Mason Leiphart (F&M) FFT
133 - Giovanni Diaz (F&M) dec Dyson Dunham (VMI) 7-5
141 - Pat Phillips (F&M) dec Freddy Junko (VMI) 9-2
149 - Ryan Vigil (VMI) dec Avery Clarke (F&M) 6-1
157 - Job Chishko (VMI) maj Anthony Micci (F&M) 10-1
165 - Braxton Lewis (VMI) tech RJ Moore (F&M) 20-4
174 - Jon Hoover (VMI) dec Noah Fox (F&M) 3-2
184 - Zach Brown (VMI) fall James Conway (F&M) 2:50
197 - John Crawford (VMI) dec Tyler Mousaw (VMI) 6-3
285 - Josh Evans (VMI) dec Chase Thompson (VMI) 4-0

Duke 19 Franklin & Marshall 18

125 - Mason Leiphart (F&M) FFT
133 - Giovanni Diaz (F&M) dec Drake Doolittle (Duke) 6-3
141 - Jarred Papscy (Duke) dec Pat Phillips (F&M) 3-1SV
149 - Logan Ferrero (Duke) dec Avery Clarke (F&M) 4-0
157 - Nicolas Alvarez (F&M) dec Nick Tattini (Duke) 7-6
165 - Gaetano Console (Duke) fall RJ Moore (F&M) 1:17
174 - Noah Fox (F&M) dec Conor Becker (Duke) 3-1
184 - Luke Chakonis (Duke) dec James Conway (F&M) 4-1
197 - John Crawford (F&M) dec Jack Wimmer (Duke) 4-3
285 - Jonah Niesenbaum (Duke) maj Chase Thompson (F&M) 13-2

VMI 28 Duke 9

125 - Tony Burke (VMI) FFT
133 - Dyson Dunham (VMI) maj Drake Doolittle (Duke) 10-0
141 - Jarred Papscy (Duke) dec Freddy Junko (VMI) 10-4
149 - Patrick Rowland (Duke) dec Ryan Vigil (VMI) 6-4SV
157 - Job Chishko (VMI) dec Preston Decker (Duke) 5-0
165 - Braxton Lewis (VMI) fall Gaetano Console (Duke) 2:43
174 - Jon Hoover (VMI) dec Conor Becker (Duke) 3-1
184 - Zach Brown (VMI) dec Luke Chakonis (Duke) 3-1
197 - Tyler Mousaw (VMI) dec Jack Wimmer (Duke) 6-3
285 - Jonah Niesenbaum (Duke) dec Josh Evans (VMI) 3-2

Penn State 24 Lehigh 12

125 - Carter Bailey (Lehigh) dec Gary Steen (Penn State) 3-1
133 - Connor McGonagle (Lehigh) dec Karl Shindledecker (Penn State) 6-1
141 - Beau Bartlett (Penn State) dec Malyke Hines (Lehigh) 8-4
149 - Shayne Van Ness (Penn State) fall Manzona Bryant (Lehigh) 2:28
157 - Josh Humphreys (Lehigh) dec Terrell Barraclough (Penn State) 6-3
165 - Alex Facundo (Penn State) dec Brian Meyer (Lehigh) 6-2
174 - Carter Starocci (Penn State) maj Jake Logan (Lehigh) 22-8
184 - Aaron Brooks (Penn State) dec Tate Samuelson (Lehigh) 8-3
197 - Michael Beard (Lehigh) dec Max Dean (Penn State) 11-9
285 - Greg Kerkvliet (Penn State) tech Nathan Taylor (Lehigh) 18-0

Iowa 18 Iowa State 15

125 - Spencer Lee (Iowa) maj Corey Cabanban (Iowa State) 16-5
133 - Ramazan Attasauov (Iowa State) dec Cullan Schriever (Iowa) 3-1
141 - Real Woods (Iowa) dec Casey Swiderski (Iowa State) 4-2
149 - Paniro Johnson (Iowa State) dec Max Murin (Iowa) 3-1
157 - Cobe Siebrecht (Iowa) maj Jason Kraisser (Iowa State) 10-2
165 - David Carr (Iowa State) dec Patrick Kennedy (Iowa) 10-4
174 - Nelson Brands (Iowa) maj MJ Gaitan (Iowa State) 13-5
184 - Marcus Coleman (Iowa State) dec Abe Assad (Iowa) 3-2
197 - Yonger Bastida (Iowa State) dec Jacob Warner (Iowa) 4-3
285 - Tony Cassioppi (Iowa) dec Sam Schuyler (Iowa State) 9-2

Minnesota 18 Oklahoma State 12

125 - Patrick McKee (Minnesota) dec Trevor Mastrogiovanni (Oklahoma State) 4-1
133 - Daton Fix (Oklahoma State) dec Aaron Nagao (Minnesota) 10-3
141 - Carter Young (Oklahoma State) dec Jake Bergeland (Minnesota) 5-1
149 - Michael Blockhus (Minnesota) dec Victor Voinovich (Oklahoma State) 3-1
157 - Kaden Gfeller (Oklahoma State) dec Brayton Lee (Minnesota) 2-0
165 - Andrew Sparks (Minnesota) dec Wyatt Sheets (Oklahoma State) 5-4
174 - Dustin Plott (Oklahoma State) dec Bailee O'Reilly (Minnesota) 10-5
184 - Isaiah Salazar (Minnesota) dec Travis Wittlake (Oklahoma State) 4-0
197 - Michial Foy (Minnesota) dec Luke Surber (Oklahoma State) 7-4
285 - Garrett Joles (Minnesota) dec Konner Doucet (Oklahoma State) 2-1TB

Virginia 18 Campbell 16

125 - Anthony Molton (Campbell) dec Kyle Montaperto (Virginia) 6-5
133 - Dom Zaccone (Campbell) dec Garrett Grice (Virginia) 6-5
141 - Shannon Hanna (Campbell) dec Dylan Cedeno (Virginia) 5-1
149 - Jarod Verkleeren (Virginia) dec Chris Rivera (Campbell) 3-1
157 - Denton Spencer (Virginia) fall Troy Nation (Campbell) 1:10
165 - Justin McCoy (Virginia) dec Dom Baker (Campbell) 9-3
174 - Justin Phillips (Virginia) dec Cole Rees (Campbell) 2-1
184 - Neil Antrassian (Virginia) dec Caleb Hopkins (Campbell) 9-3
197 - Levi Hopkins (Campbell) maj Michael Battista (Virginia) 13-3
285 - Taye Ghadiali (Campbell) dec Jessie Knight (Virginia) 10-5


Wisconsin 38 Princeton 3

125 - Eric Barnett (Wisconsin) FFT
133 - Taylor LaMont (Wisconsin) dec Sean Pierson (Princeton) 6-4
141 - Joe Zargo (Wisconsin) maj Danny Coles (Princeton) 14-4
149 - Austin Gomez (Wisconsin) fall Rocco Camillaci (Princeton) 4:36
157 - Garrett Model (Wisconsin) tech Drew Lang (Princeton) 18-2
165 - Dean Hamiti (Wisconsin) maj Blaine Bergey (Princeton) 13-5
174 - Kole Mulhauser (Princeton) dec Josh Otto (Wisconsin) 4-2
184 - Tyler Dow (Wisconsin) dec Nate Dugan (Princeton) 6-5
197 - Braxton Amos (Wisconsin) dec Luke Stout (Princeton) 3-1SV
285 - Trent Hillger (Wisconsin) maj Matt Cover (Princeton) 10-1

Rutgers 19 Penn 12

125 - Dean Peterson (Rutgers) maj Ryan Miller (Penn) 10-2
133 - Joe Heilmann (Rutgers) dec Michael Colaiocco (Penn) 3-2
141 - Sammy Alvarez (Rutgers) dec Carmen Ferrante (Penn) 3-1SV
149 - Doug Zapf (Penn) dec Tony White (Rutgers) 7-2
157 - Anthony Artalona (Penn) dec Andrew Clark (Rutgers) 4-1
165 - Lucas Revano (Penn) dec Connor O'Neill (Rutgers) 9-8
174 - Nick Incontrera (Penn) dec Jackson Turley (Rutgers) 7-4
184 - Brian Soldano (Rutgers) dec Max Hale (Penn) 10-3
197 - Billy Janzer (Rutgers) dec Cole Urbas (Penn) 2-1
285 - Boone McDermott (Rutgers) dec Ben Goldin (Penn) 11-5

Michigan State 29 Binghamton 6

125 - Tristan Lujan (Michigan State) dec Micah Roes (Binghamton) 2-1
133 - Rayvon Foley (Michigan State) maj Anthony Sobotker (Binghamton) 13-1
141 - Jordan Hamdan (Michigan State) dec Nate Lucier (Binghamton) 5-0
149 - Peyton Omania (Michigan State) fall Michael Zarif (Binghamton) 1:38
157 - Chase Saldate (Michigan State) maj Conner Decker (Binghamton) 8-0
165 - Caleb Fish (Michigan State) dec Dimitri Gamkrelidze (Binghamton) 5-4
174 - Sam DePrez (Binghamton) dec Lucas Daly (Michigan State) 6-3
184 - Layne Malczewski (Michigan State) dec Jacob Nolan (Binghamton) 1-0
197 - Cameron Caffey (Michigan State) dec Louie DePrez (Binghamton) 2-1TB
285 - Cory Day (Binghamton) dec Ryan Vasbinder (Michigan State) 8-4
 

Valholl

Team MVP
Jan 20, 2013
211
167
43
Indiana 29 Drexel 6

125 - Jacob Moran (Indiana) dec Antonio Mininno (Drexel) 3-2
133 - Henry Porter (Indiana) dec Kyle Waterman (Drexel) 5-3
141 - Cayden Rooks (Indiana) fall Deon Pleasant (Drexel) 6:19
149 - Graham Rooks (Indiana) dec Dom Findora (Drexel) 10-3
157 - Derek Gilcher (Indiana) maj Tate Nichter (Drexel) 12-2
165 - Evan Barzcak (Drexel) dec Nick South (Indiana) 6-4SV
174 - DJ Washington (Indiana) dec Cody Walsh (Drexel) 11-10
184 - Brian Bonino (Drexel) dec Drayton Harris (Indiana) 6-1
197 - Gabe Sollars (Indiana) maj Sean O'Malley (Drexel) 9-0
285 - Jacob Bullock (Indiana) dec Santino Morina (Drexel) 3-1

Wisconsin 27 Penn 9

125 - Eric Barnett (Wisconsin) fall Ryan Miller (Penn) :22
133 - Michael Colaiocco (Penn) dec Taylor LaMont (Wisconsin) 4-2
141 - Joe Zargo (Wisconsin) dec Carmen Ferrante (Penn) 4-3
149 - Austin Gomez (Wisconsin) dec Doug Zapf (Penn) 9-4
157 - Anthony Artalona (Penn) dec Garrett Model (Wisconsin) 3-2
165 - Dean Hamiti (Wisconsin) tech Adam Thompson (Penn) 19-4
174 - Nick Incontrera (Penn) dec Josh Otto (Wisconsin) 7-4
184 - Tyler Dow (Wisconsin) dec John Stout (Penn) 3-2
197 - Braxton Amos (Wisconsin) maj Cole Urbas (Penn) 9-1
285 - Trent Hillger (Wisconsin) dec Ben Goldin (Penn) 3-0

Rutgers 26 Drexel 13

125 - Dylan Shawver (Rutgers) dec Antonio Mininno (Drexel) 10-5
133 - Joe Heilmann (Rutgers) fall Jaxon Maroney (Drexel) 2:27
141 - Sammy Alvarez (Rutgers) tech Deon Pleasant (Drexel) 18-3
149 - Tony White (Rutgers) dec Gabe Onorato (Drexel) 7-2
157 - Dom D'Agostino (Drexel) dec Al DeSantis (Rutgers) 7-6
165 - Evan Barczak (Drexel) dec Connor O'Neill (Rutgers) 7-1
174 - Cody Walsh (Drexel) maj Eric Freeman (Rutgers) 12-2
184 - Brian Soldano (Rutgers) dec Brian Bonino (Drexel) 9-3
197 - Sean O'Malley (Drexel) dec Billy Janzer (Rutgers) 3-0
285 - Boone McDermott (Rutgers) fall Liam Dietrich (Rutgers) :17

Indiana 25 Binghamton 16

125 - Jacob Moran (Indiana) dec Micah Roes (Binghamton) 5-4
133 - Henry Porter (Indiana) dec Ivan Garcia (Binghamton) 6-2
141 - Cayden Rooks (Indiana) dec Nate Lucier (Binghamton) 9-2
149 - Graham Rooks (Indiana) dec Michael Zarif (Binghamton) 4-0
157 - Derek Gilcher (Indiana) dec Conner Decker (Binghamton) 1-0
165 - Dimtri Gamkrelidze (Binghamton) maj Robert Major (Indiana) 13-4
174 - DJ Washington (Indiana) maj Sam DePrez (Binghamton) 13-3
184 - Jacob Nolan (Binghamton) fall Drayton Harris (Indiana) 6:38
197 - Louie DePrez (Binghamton) fall Gabe Sollars (Indiana) 4:51
285 - Jacob Bullock (Indiana) fall Cory Day (Binghamton) 3:45

Michigan State 21 Princeton 15

125 - Tristan Lujan (Michigan State) FFT
133 - Rayvon Foley (Michigan State) dec Sean Pierson (Princeton) 11-6
141 - Jordan Hamdan (Michigan State) dec Danny Coles (Princeton) 11-4
149 - Peyton Omania (Michigan State) dec Rocco Camillaci (Princeton) 3-2
157 - Quincy Monday (Princeton) dec Chase Saldate (Michigan State) 5-0
165 - Blaine Bergey (Princeton) dec Caleb Fish (Michigan State) 6-4SV
174 - Kole Mulhasuer (Princeton) tech Lucas Daly (Michigan State) 15-0
184 - Layne Malczewski (Michigan State) dec Nate Dugan (Princeton) 8-4
197 - Luke Stout (Princeton) maj Cameron Caffey (Michigan State) 11-3
285 - Ryan Vasbinder (Michigan State) dec Matt Cover (Princeton) 8-6SV
 

poorwrestler

Team MVP
Feb 17, 2020
196
503
93
Especially surprising considering both Bergeland and B. Lee lost.
This^. I’m not surprised that we beat them, I’m surprised by how we did it. Eggum did a great job recognizing potential matchups and navigating our mess of a 197/HWT situation to get us in a favorable position. To win that dual without two of our best wrestling well at all is a complement to the coaches imo.
 
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