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  1. Nick Lee (Penn State) won the Keystone Classic with a 16-9 Major decision over Joshua Finesilver of Duke. Nebraska wrestled Wisconsin and Wyoming this weekend. Chad Red did not wrestle Friday night against Wisconsin. He beat Sam Turner by a 6-2 dec. in today's match against the Cowboys. I could not find any Unattached/Open results for Brayton Lee at Minnesota or Mason Parris at Michigan. Both schools had dual meets today with Michigan beating Lehigh and Minnesota losing to Oklahoma State.
  2. @ The Findlay Open there were several Hoosiers in action... @125 Sawyer Miller (IN Tech) finished 3-1 (or 4-1 or 5-1) and in 5th Place. His lost his first round match and won 3 straight in the consolations before getting a FF and then a MFF in the last two matches. Not sure if one or either count toward his official record. Note: In many of these tournaments, consolation brackets do not wrestle all the way back to 3rd (or sometimes 5th) place. Miller defeated fellow Hoosier DJ Smith in the consolations. @125 DJ Smith (Indianapolis) finished 2-2 and DNP. He won his first two matches, lost in the Quarterfinal and then ran into Miller. @133 Enrique Early (IN Tech) finished 2-2 and DNP @141 Dillon Hurst (Indianapolis) finished 1-2 and DNP @141 Gaige Torres (IN Tech) finished 4-2 and DNP @141 Hunter Langeloh (Tiffin) finished 1-2 and DNP @149 Dawson Combest (Indianapolis) finished 3-2 and DNP @149 Trace Manspeaker (Indianapolis) finished 0-2 @157 Blaze Lowrey (Indianapolis) finished 3-2 and DNP @165 Jack Eitlejorge (Indianapolis) finished 4-1 (+ a FF) and in 5th Place @165 Hunter Reed (Findlay) finished 0-2 @174 Cayden Whitaker (Indianapolis) finished 4-1 and in 2nd Place @184 Jack Michel (Indianapolis) finished 2-2 and DNP @285 Dylan Faulkenberg (Indianapolis) finished 3-2 and DNP
  3. @ The Lindenwood Open there were several Hoosiers in action... In the Gold Division (Open) @141 Logan Hurley (Marian) finished 0-2 @149 Graham Rooks (IU) finished 1-2 and DNP @149 Isaiah Kemper (McKendree) finished 5-1 and in 3rd Place. His only loss was to Iowa State's Jarrett Degen in the Quarterfinals. @165 Trezdon O'Neal (Marian) finished 1-2 and DNP @165 Kyle Jolas (Lindenwood) finished 3-3 and in 6th Place @174 Jacob Covaciu (Wisconsin) finished 3-1 and in 2nd Place @197 Lucas Davison (Northwestern) finished 3-1 and in 2nd Place Again, my apologies if I missed anyone.
  4. A quick note on Nick Lee at Penn St. He has waltzed through the bracket to the Final at the Keystone Classic today. The Placement matches and Finals are about to start and video is available if you have an ESPN+ subscription. So far he has 3 Tech Falls and 1 Fall. He'll face Duke's Josh Finesilver in the Final.
  5. @ The Lindenwood Open there were several Hoosiers in action... In the Black Division (Frosh/Soph) @133 Christian Mejia (McKendree) finished 5-1 and in 3rd Place. He beat fellow Hoosier Ethan Smiley by TF 18-2 in the 3rd/4th place match. @133 Ethan Smiley (Purdue) finished 4-2 and in 4th Place. He dropped a 16-9 decision to fellow Hoosier Tanner DeMien in the Quarterfinal. @133 Tanner DeMien (Lindsay Wilson) finished 4-2 and in 5th Place. Tanner fell in the consolation semifinal by fall to Mejia. @133 Carson Willis (Marian) drew the #2 seed and eventual Champion in the first round and finished 0-2 on the day. @141 Jonathan Moran (IU) finished 2-2 and DNP @141 Jack Tolin (Northwestern) finished 5-1 and in 3rd Place @149 Ryan Surguy (Marian) finished 2-2 and DNP @157 Diego Lemley (IU) had a nice run finishing 4-1 and in 2nd Place @157 Anthony Mosconi (Marian) finished 2-2 and DNP @174 Nathan Walton (Cumberland) finished 5-1 and in 3rd Place @174 Jack Servies (Marian) won his first match then FF his next two matches. It did not show as a MFF so not sure what happened there. @174 Sam Osho (Marian) finished 2-2 and DNP @197 David Eli (Purdue) finished 2-2 and DNP That was a lot so I will separate the Gold (Open) Division in a different post.
  6. Couple of added notes on the Navy Classic.... Thanks to IU89 and 1prouddad for the results. Luigs at 133 made the semifinals and lost 3-2 to Casey Cobb of Navy who won the tournament. He then lost 6-4 to Tim Rooney of Kent State in the match for 3rd. Pepple lost twice to Rooney, 5-1 in the 2nd round and 3-1 in the consolation semifinals. Garrett won 4 matches in the consis to get back to a guaranteed placement. Konrath at 141, dropped a semifinal 16-1 TF to 6th ranked Sa'Derian Perry of Old Dominion. Perry who wrestled at Eastern Michigan last year was one of the surprises of the NCAA Tournament gaining All-American status finishing 8th. He did lose to both Nick Lee and Chad Red in the placement rounds. I'm a little surprised at the TF result, but a lot can happen so I wouldn't read too much into it unless it happens again. Perry lost in the finals to Navy's 15th ranked Nicholas Gil. @141, Michael DeLaPena went 0-2, dropping his match in the consis to former Hoosier State Champ Nathan Boston. Boston lost in the round of 16 a match before he would have faced Konrath and again in the consis, a round before he would have faced Konrath in the consolation semifinal. @149 Tristan Sellmer dropped his two matches, both by fall. @184 Spencer Irick went 1-2 @197 Jake Kleimola got 1st place, but gained wins in both the semifinal and final by medical forfeit, so not sure what to think of that. Jake really struggled last season not winning a single match. So far this year he is 4-3 (not including the MFF's). So there is definite improvement, how much we shall see. @285 Brandon Streck dropped two straight
  7. Article on Nick Lee in the Centre Daily Times (free) Another in the Daily Collegian (some of the same content)
  8. SWINfan

    Nick Lee question

    It's in the thread titled "IN Wrestler Results/Updates" in the first few posts.
  9. SWINfan

    Nick Lee question

    See the college thread for that and more info on IN's college guys
  10. SWINfan

    Nick Lee question

    He looks stronger, more muscular. Started an ongoing thread on the College board for Indiana related college results. Hope everyone will join in and help us keep up to date with all the guys that have moved on to the college ranks.
  11. I'll add to what Thor already replied. It's a first world problem Penn State has, but they basically turned 1 recruiting class into two. Four of their seven recruits are pushing back a year, Lee, Michael Beard, Seth Nevills and Aaron Brooks. Lee, Beard and Nevills are all in Happy Valley training at the NLWC and Brooks is training at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado. This will help them develop talent and spread the years out to help them all fit into the lineup. Roman Bravo-Young is stepping right into the lineup at 133 and the other two, Brody Teske and Gavin Teasdale will wrestle in open tournaments and hold their redshirt until after the Southern Scuffle in January, just as Nick Lee did. One of those two will likely be PSU's 125 later this year. For Joe, assuming he lands at 165, he has Vincenzo Joseph with two years left. He'll still have competition, but doesn't waste a year simply waiting.
  12. Not to mention working with Kyle Snyder in that year. Good measuring stick for sure.
  13. Mason Parris made an appearance at the Ohio Intercollegiate Open today, finishing 3rd. Parris dropped a 15-9 decision to Ohio State RS Frosh Chase Singletary. He was 4-1 on the day, with 2 falls, a TF and a decision. Others appearing in the Intercollegiate: @133 IU RS Frosh Kyle Luigs finished 3rd. Kyle was 3-1 on the day, losing by major decision 19-5 to Ohio State 5th ranked Luke Pletcher. @141 IU' RS Frosh Breyden Bailey finished 5th going 4-1 on the day, losing in the Quarterfinal to Ohio State frosh Quinn Kinner. @149 IU Frosh Graham Rooks finished 3rd with a 3-1 mark. He dropped the Semifinal by TF to Ohio State 3rd ranked Micah Jordan.
  14. It is my hope that we get multiple contributors throughout the season including reports on some of the guys at DII and DIII schools. Appreciate the start Uncle Jimmy. If the thread gets too long, maybe we start a new thread each month? Lastly, it would also be great to get a heads up on upcoming duals and tournaments, rather than just results. Not only, but especially on the guys that are redshirting and wrestling in Opens rather than with their varsity teams. Would love to catch matches of Brayton, Mason, Joe Lee and others....
  15. A couple of notes from Wabash.... @ 165 Jared Timberman has started the season 5-0 including a win at the Adrian Invite. @ 174 Darden Schurg is 4-0 after a dual meet win and the aforementioned Title at the Michigan State Open.
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