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  1. Great Lakes/Nuway National Duals Ft.Wayne IN The Great Lakes Individual Championships are part of the College National Duals and NUWAY National Stated Based Dual Championships weekend experience. Last year the Great Lakes event had wrestlers from more than 30 states in attendance. Due to growth of this part of the Mat Mayhem experience the Great Lakes Championships will be hosted across the street from the War Memorial at IPFW's beautiful new Fieldhouse (Hilliard Gates Sports Complex). The NUWAY National Duals is a part of the College National Duals weekend (Mat Mayhem) that takes place January 4th - 7th in Fort Wayne, Indiana. All teams are comprised of wrestlers representing the state in which they reside. NUWAY is proud of the distinction of hosting the only true state based national championship in a dual meet format. *All Weigh-Ins will be at: at Ramada Plaza Fort Wayne Hotel & Conference Center (Formerly Hotel Ft Wayne Banquet Center). ~ 305 E Washington Center Rd. Fort Wayne, IN 46825 15 & Under: 3 Periods ~ 1 ½ Minutes (Must be 8th Grade or below) 80 & under, 85, 90, 95, 101, 108, 115, 122, 129, 136, 143, 160, HWT. (260 max) 12 & Under: 3 Periods ~ 1 ½ Minutes 64, 68, 72, 76, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100, 107, 115, 125, 135, HWT (170 max) 10 & Under: 3 Periods ~ 1 ½ Minute. 50, 54, 58, 62, 66, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100, 105, 115, HWT (Max 160) 8 & Under: 3 Periods ~ 1 Minute. 43, 46, 49, 52, 55, 58, 61, 64, 67, 72, 82, 92, HWT (Max 130) Girls Youth Division 15 & Under: 3 Periods ~ 1 ½ Minutes . (9th Grade Girls Permitted) 75, 85, 95, 105,115 125, 135,150, HWT (Max 175) Girls Division 12 & Under: 3 Periods ~ 1 ½ Minutes ~ 45 & Under, 50, 55, 65, 75, 85, 95, 105, HWT (Max 135)) NUWAY National Duals - January 6 & 7 2018 NUWAY Age/State Based Youth National Duals Schedule. Saturday Morning - Boys 8U & 10U / All Girls Teams. 9:00 AM: Preliminary Boys 8U / Preliminary Boys 10U / All Girls Teams. 10:30 AM: Preliminary Boys 8U / Preliminary Boys 10U / All Girls Teams. 11:45 AM: Preliminary Boys 8U / Preliminary Boys 10U / All Girls Teams. *All Boys 8U and 10U Divisions Resume Sunday at 8:30 AM. Saturday Afternoon – Boys 12U & 15U / All Girls Teams. 1:30 PM: Preliminary Boys 12U / Preliminary Boys 14U / All Girls Teams. 3:00 PM: Preliminary Boys 12U / Preliminary Boys 14U / All Girls Teams. 4:30 PM: Preliminary Boys 12U / Preliminary Boys 14U. / 14U Advanced Rounds Resume Sunday. 6:00 PM: Advanced Round Boys 12U. 7:30 PM: Advanced Round Boys 12U. *All Boys 12U and 14U Divisions Resume Sunday at: 12:30 PM. Sunday Morning - Boys 8U & 10U Advanced Rounds. 8:30 AM: Advanced Rounds Boys 8U / Advanced Rounds Boys 10U. 10:00 AM: Advanced Rounds Boys 8U / Advanced Rounds Boys 10U. 11:30 AM Advanced Rounds Boys 8U / Advanced Rounds Boys 10U. Sunday Afternoon - Boys 12U & 15U / Advanced Rounds. 12:30 PM: Advanced Rounds Boys 12U / Advanced Rounds Boys 14U. 2:00 PM: Advanced Rounds Boys 12U / Advanced Rounds Boys 14U. 3:30 PM: Advanced Rounds Boys 12U / Advanced Rounds Boys E.A.C plans on taking three teams - 15 and Under, 12 and Under, and 10 and Under - To claim a spot request sign up form via. email and turn that in along with $100 December 15th, if gear is needed the balance needs paid in full by December 29th - Fee $100 if you have team gear - $250 for Fee & gear - Gear Includes Shirt, Fight Shorts, Singlet EliteAthleticClub@Comcast.net or info at www.EliteAthleticClubLLC.com
  2. The Great Lakes Individual Championships are part of the College National Duals and NUWAY National Stated Based Dual Championships weekend experience. Last year the Great Lakes event had wrestlers from more than 30 states in attendance. Due to growth of this part of the Mat Mayhem experience the Great Lakes Championships will be hosted across the street from the War Memorial at IPFW's beautiful new Fieldhouse (Hilliard Gates Sports Complex). The NUWAY National Duals is a part of the College National Duals weekend (Mat Mayhem) that takes place January 4th - 7th in Fort Wayne, Indiana. All teams are comprised of wrestlers representing the state in which they reside. NUWAY is proud of the distinction of hosting the only true state based national championship in a dual meet format. *All Weigh-Ins will be at: at Ramada Plaza Fort Wayne Hotel & Conference Center (Formerly Hotel Ft Wayne Banquet Center). ~ 305 E Washington Center Rd. Fort Wayne, IN 46825 15 & Under: 3 Periods ~ 1 ½ Minutes (Must be 8th Grade or below) 80 & under, 85, 90, 95, 101, 108, 115, 122, 129, 136, 143, 160, HWT. (260 max) 12 & Under: 3 Periods ~ 1 ½ Minutes 64, 68, 72, 76, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100, 107, 115, 125, 135, HWT (170 max) 10 & Under: 3 Periods ~ 1 ½ Minute. 50, 54, 58, 62, 66, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100, 105, 115, HWT (Max 160) 8 & Under: 3 Periods ~ 1 Minute. 43, 46, 49, 52, 55, 58, 61, 64, 67, 72, 82, 92, HWT (Max 130) Girls Youth Division 15 & Under: 3 Periods ~ 1 ½ Minutes . (9th Grade Girls Permitted) 75, 85, 95, 105,115 125, 135,150, HWT (Max 175) Girls Division 12 & Under: 3 Periods ~ 1 ½ Minutes ~ 45 & Under, 50, 55, 65, 75, 85, 95, 105, HWT (Max 135)) NUWAY National Duals - January 6 & 7 2018 NUWAY Age/State Based Youth National Duals Schedule. Saturday Morning - Boys 8U & 10U / All Girls Teams. 9:00 AM: Preliminary Boys 8U / Preliminary Boys 10U / All Girls Teams. 10:30 AM: Preliminary Boys 8U / Preliminary Boys 10U / All Girls Teams. 11:45 AM: Preliminary Boys 8U / Preliminary Boys 10U / All Girls Teams. *All Boys 8U and 10U Divisions Resume Sunday at 8:30 AM. Saturday Afternoon – Boys 12U & 15U / All Girls Teams. 1:30 PM: Preliminary Boys 12U / Preliminary Boys 14U / All Girls Teams. 3:00 PM: Preliminary Boys 12U / Preliminary Boys 14U / All Girls Teams. 4:30 PM: Preliminary Boys 12U / Preliminary Boys 14U. / 14U Advanced Rounds Resume Sunday. 6:00 PM: Advanced Round Boys 12U. 7:30 PM: Advanced Round Boys 12U. *All Boys 12U and 14U Divisions Resume Sunday at: 12:30 PM. Sunday Morning - Boys 8U & 10U Advanced Rounds. 8:30 AM: Advanced Rounds Boys 8U / Advanced Rounds Boys 10U. 10:00 AM: Advanced Rounds Boys 8U / Advanced Rounds Boys 10U. 11:30 AM Advanced Rounds Boys 8U / Advanced Rounds Boys 10U. Sunday Afternoon - Boys 12U & 15U / Advanced Rounds. 12:30 PM: Advanced Rounds Boys 12U / Advanced Rounds Boys 14U. 2:00 PM: Advanced Rounds Boys 12U / Advanced Rounds Boys 14U. 3:30 PM: Advanced Rounds Boys 12U / Advanced Rounds Boys E.A.C plans on taking three teams - 15 and Under, 12 and Under, and 10 and Under - To claim a spot request sign up form via. email and turn that in along with $100 December 15th, if gear is needed the balance needs paid in full by December 29th - Fee $100 if you have team gear - $250 for Fee & gear - Gear Includes Shirt, Fight Shorts, Singlet Contact EliteAthleticClub@Comcast.net or www.EliteAthleticClubLLC.com
  3. By Brent Harris Wabash captured fourth place on the final day of the 2015 National Duals, while the remainder of the Little Giant team took second place at Saturday's Spartan Mat Classic. Wabash advanced to Saturday's showdown of nationally-ranked Division III teams in the semifinals and finals of the National Wrestling Coaches Association's showcase event at the Allen County War Memorial. The Little Giants, ranked third in the latest NWCA poll, lost to second-ranked Wartburg 34-9 in the semifinals. Fourth-ranked Concordia-Moorhead edged Wabash in the finals 21-19 to take third place. Wartburg went on to defeat number-one ranked Wisconsin-Whitewater 20-13 to claim its fourth consecutive Duals title and ninth championship overall. Wabash scored three decisions against Wartburg in Saturday's semifinals, with all three wins coming from the Lefever brothers. Reece Lefever, ranked fifth at 157 pounds by the NWCA, fought to a 4-3 victory over fourth-ranked Drew Wagenhoffer in their second meeting of the season. Wagenhoffer scored a 9-6 win earlier this season against Lefever at the Concordia Open. "It's nice to avenge my only loss to another Division III competitor from earlier in the season," Lefever said. "Defeating Wagenhoffer shows I'm improving and doing the right things every day." Twin brother Conner Lefever, ranked second at 174 pounds, scored an equally impressive win with a 7-6 decision against fifth-ranked Brandon Welter. Younger brother Riley Lefever scored a 6-3 win against Devin Peterson at 184 pounds. The Little Giants battled back and forth against Concordia-Moorhead in the finals before the deciding final bout. The Cobbers opened with three consecutive wins before Nick Bova scored a pin at 2:31 of his 149-pound bout against Yonas Gebreab. Reece Lefever added four more team points to the score with an 11-1 major decision at 157 pounds versus Ben Cousins. Conner Lefever's 5-3 victory against Sebastian Gardner at 174 pounds put Wabash up a point at 13-12. Riley Lefever scored six points for the Little Giants when his opponent at 184 pounds, Dane Ringquist, was unable to continue their match due to an injury. However, the Cobbers scored nine points in the final two bouts to take the two-point victory and third place overall. "I always look forward to wrestling talented competition, and every team at the National Duals is tough," Riley Lefever said. "I don't necessarily know each and every opponent I wrestle or their ranking, but I step on the mat with the same mindset --- to beat my opponent physically and mentally in order to score as many points possible. Looking back, you can always learn things from any match, but you learn more when you wrestle tougher opponents." "While we would have preferred placing higher, we're happy to have improved from our fifth-place finish last year," Conner Lefever said. "All of the teams here are top-notch. We lost against two of the best teams in the nation. We look to get better so we can avenge these losses later in the season." Wabash head coach Brian Anderson echoed his senior wrestler's comments. "We learned quite a bit from last year's fifth-place finish and used that to perform better this year. While it's nice to know this year's team produced the highest finish in Wabash history at the National Duals, I know we are not satisfied with the overall result. "This was a big weekend for many reasons but most important was putting these guys in the toughest situation possible to know exactly where we are at as a team. We know our weaknesses and our strengths after the last two days of battle which we will use to keep building toward our goals in March as individuals and as a team. Several different individuals stepped up in each of the duals, however all three Lefevers showed why they will be contending for individual national titles at the end of the year." While several of the Wabash wrestlers competed at the National Duals in Fort Wayne, another portion of the Little Giant team wrestled at the Spartan Mat Classic at Manchester University. The Spartans won their home tournament with a total of 131 points, while Wabash took second with 87.5 points in the five-team event. Pat Parham won the 149-pound individual title with a 3-0 record, opening with a pin at 2:04 against Manchester's Ryan Gossett. Parham fought to a 2-1 victory against Luis Godines from Mount St. Joseph University in round two before defeating teammate Mack Neal in the final by a score of 8-3. Neal took second with a 12-2 major decision over Paul Mikesell from Manchester before his loss to Parham in the finals. Jeremy Chen scored a 12-0 major decision against Gossett in the finals to take fifth place. Christian Rodriguez won the 157-pound weight class with a 9-2 win over Alex Arney from Manchester before picking up a 5-4 victory over fellow Wabash wrestler Chance Brown in the finals. Brown advanced to the finals after scoring a 5-4 victory against teammate Jeff Mucha in the semifinals. Mucah took fifth place, scoring a pin a at 48 seconds in first match of the day against Joe Kammerer from Mount St. Joseph before adding a pin at 2:35 in the final versus Arney. Jacob Cottey won a round-robin matchup at 133 pounds with three victories. He scored an opening round 4-2 decision over Chase Wilson from Manchester, followed by a pin at 4:48 versus Brennen Storey of Manchester in round three. A final pin round five gave Cottey the first place finish. Robbie Carter posted a pair of wins in the weight class to finish fourth overall. He pinned Storey at 3:45 in the second round before handing Cottey his only loss by a score of 5-2 in round four. Mak Maldonado earned a third-place finish at 174 pounds, opening the tournament draw with a pin at 3:21 versus Taylor Ferrill from Manchester. After a two-point loss in the semifinals, Maldonado rallied for a 16-1 technical fall against Jack Knoll of Heidelberg before a forfeit by teammate Luke Davis provided the final victory. Davis advanced to the finals after a 9-5 win against Ferrill and an 8-6 decision over teammate Grant Gough in the consolation semifinals. Gough won his opening bout by a major decision of 13-2 against Knoll, then defeated him for a second time in the finals by a score of 7-0 to finish fifth. Corey Hawk added a third-place finish in the round robin 141-pound weight class after scoring an 18-1 technical fall in the opening round versus Clayton Capes from Manchester. Nolan Fenwick won 7-6 in the consolation semifinals at 197 pounds on the way to a fourth-place finish. The Little Giants return to action Saturday when Wabash will serve as host for the annual Max Servies Duals. Competition begins at 9 a.m. at Chadwick Court. Click here to view the article
  4. Zach Shore | @INTech_SID88 RESULTS | FORT WAYNE, Ind. – For the second straight year, the sixth-ranked Indiana Tech wrestling team took seventh place at the NWCA National Duals Championships with a 39-14 win over No. 10 Missouri Valley in Expos Center III at the Allen Country War Memorial Coliseum on Saturday afternoon. For the first time in three matches at the event, senior 125-pounder, Kristopher McKinley took a 6-5 loss to begin the dual, but top-ranked 133-pounder, Mitchell Pawlak, returned from yesterday's loss with a fall in 1:08 to take a 6-3 lead. A pair of forfeits by the Vikings sandwiched a tech fall by MVC to give Tech an 18-8 lead. Eighth-ranked 165-pounder, Jacob Johnson, recorded his fourth fall in five matches for another six points and junior Tyler Goldman followed with a 9-2 decision to make it 27-8 Warriors. Sixth-ranked 184-pounder, Darryl Grayson, and sophomore 197-pounder, Brandon Sunday, both recorded first period falls to seal the win. The Warriors return to action next weekend, Jan. 16-17, when they travel to Marshall, Mo. to compete in the Missouri Valley Invitational. To stay up-to-date on all things Indiana Tech, be sure and follow the Warriors on Facebook and Twitter. You can also get updates sent directly to your phone by registering for SMS updates. Wrestling Contact:Zachary Shore | 260-422-5561 Ext. 2492 | zrshore@indianatech.edu Tech Athletics:Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Instagram Wrestling:Twitter | Facebook Click here to view the article
  5. By Brent Harris Wabash captured fourth place on the final day of the 2015 National Duals, while the remainder of the Little Giant team took second place at Saturday's Spartan Mat Classic. Wabash advanced to Saturday's showdown of nationally-ranked Division III teams in the semifinals and finals of the National Wrestling Coaches Association's showcase event at the Allen County War Memorial. The Little Giants, ranked third in the latest NWCA poll, lost to second-ranked Wartburg 34-9 in the semifinals. Fourth-ranked Concordia-Moorhead edged Wabash in the finals 21-19 to take third place. Wartburg went on to defeat number-one ranked Wisconsin-Whitewater 20-13 to claim its fourth consecutive Duals title and ninth championship overall. Wabash scored three decisions against Wartburg in Saturday's semifinals, with all three wins coming from the Lefever brothers. Reece Lefever, ranked fifth at 157 pounds by the NWCA, fought to a 4-3 victory over fourth-ranked Drew Wagenhoffer in their second meeting of the season. Wagenhoffer scored a 9-6 win earlier this season against Lefever at the Concordia Open. "It's nice to avenge my only loss to another Division III competitor from earlier in the season," Lefever said. "Defeating Wagenhoffer shows I'm improving and doing the right things every day." Twin brother Conner Lefever, ranked second at 174 pounds, scored an equally impressive win with a 7-6 decision against fifth-ranked Brandon Welter. Younger brother Riley Lefever scored a 6-3 win against Devin Peterson at 184 pounds. The Little Giants battled back and forth against Concordia-Moorhead in the finals before the deciding final bout. The Cobbers opened with three consecutive wins before Nick Bova scored a pin at 2:31 of his 149-pound bout against Yonas Gebreab. Reece Lefever added four more team points to the score with an 11-1 major decision at 157 pounds versus Ben Cousins. Conner Lefever's 5-3 victory against Sebastian Gardner at 174 pounds put Wabash up a point at 13-12. Riley Lefever scored six points for the Little Giants when his opponent at 184 pounds, Dane Ringquist, was unable to continue their match due to an injury. However, the Cobbers scored nine points in the final two bouts to take the two-point victory and third place overall. "I always look forward to wrestling talented competition, and every team at the National Duals is tough," Riley Lefever said. "I don't necessarily know each and every opponent I wrestle or their ranking, but I step on the mat with the same mindset --- to beat my opponent physically and mentally in order to score as many points possible. Looking back, you can always learn things from any match, but you learn more when you wrestle tougher opponents." "While we would have preferred placing higher, we're happy to have improved from our fifth-place finish last year," Conner Lefever said. "All of the teams here are top-notch. We lost against two of the best teams in the nation. We look to get better so we can avenge these losses later in the season." Wabash head coach Brian Anderson echoed his senior wrestler's comments. "We learned quite a bit from last year's fifth-place finish and used that to perform better this year. While it's nice to know this year's team produced the highest finish in Wabash history at the National Duals, I know we are not satisfied with the overall result. "This was a big weekend for many reasons but most important was putting these guys in the toughest situation possible to know exactly where we are at as a team. We know our weaknesses and our strengths after the last two days of battle which we will use to keep building toward our goals in March as individuals and as a team. Several different individuals stepped up in each of the duals, however all three Lefevers showed why they will be contending for individual national titles at the end of the year." While several of the Wabash wrestlers competed at the National Duals in Fort Wayne, another portion of the Little Giant team wrestled at the Spartan Mat Classic at Manchester University. The Spartans won their home tournament with a total of 131 points, while Wabash took second with 87.5 points in the five-team event. Pat Parham won the 149-pound individual title with a 3-0 record, opening with a pin at 2:04 against Manchester's Ryan Gossett. Parham fought to a 2-1 victory against Luis Godines from Mount St. Joseph University in round two before defeating teammate Mack Neal in the final by a score of 8-3. Neal took second with a 12-2 major decision over Paul Mikesell from Manchester before his loss to Parham in the finals. Jeremy Chen scored a 12-0 major decision against Gossett in the finals to take fifth place. Christian Rodriguez won the 157-pound weight class with a 9-2 win over Alex Arney from Manchester before picking up a 5-4 victory over fellow Wabash wrestler Chance Brown in the finals. Brown advanced to the finals after scoring a 5-4 victory against teammate Jeff Mucha in the semifinals. Mucah took fifth place, scoring a pin a at 48 seconds in first match of the day against Joe Kammerer from Mount St. Joseph before adding a pin at 2:35 in the final versus Arney. Jacob Cottey won a round-robin matchup at 133 pounds with three victories. He scored an opening round 4-2 decision over Chase Wilson from Manchester, followed by a pin at 4:48 versus Brennen Storey of Manchester in round three. A final pin round five gave Cottey the first place finish. Robbie Carter posted a pair of wins in the weight class to finish fourth overall. He pinned Storey at 3:45 in the second round before handing Cottey his only loss by a score of 5-2 in round four. Mak Maldonado earned a third-place finish at 174 pounds, opening the tournament draw with a pin at 3:21 versus Taylor Ferrill from Manchester. After a two-point loss in the semifinals, Maldonado rallied for a 16-1 technical fall against Jack Knoll of Heidelberg before a forfeit by teammate Luke Davis provided the final victory. Davis advanced to the finals after a 9-5 win against Ferrill and an 8-6 decision over teammate Grant Gough in the consolation semifinals. Gough won his opening bout by a major decision of 13-2 against Knoll, then defeated him for a second time in the finals by a score of 7-0 to finish fifth. Corey Hawk added a third-place finish in the round robin 141-pound weight class after scoring an 18-1 technical fall in the opening round versus Clayton Capes from Manchester. Nolan Fenwick won 7-6 in the consolation semifinals at 197 pounds on the way to a fourth-place finish. The Little Giants return to action Saturday when Wabash will serve as host for the annual Max Servies Duals. Competition begins at 9 a.m. at Chadwick Court.
  6. #6 Indiana Tech Finishes 7th

    Zach Shore | @INTech_SID88 RESULTS | FORT WAYNE, Ind. – For the second straight year, the sixth-ranked Indiana Tech wrestling team took seventh place at the NWCA National Duals Championships with a 39-14 win over No. 10 Missouri Valley in Expos Center III at the Allen Country War Memorial Coliseum on Saturday afternoon. For the first time in three matches at the event, senior 125-pounder, Kristopher McKinley took a 6-5 loss to begin the dual, but top-ranked 133-pounder, Mitchell Pawlak, returned from yesterday's loss with a fall in 1:08 to take a 6-3 lead. A pair of forfeits by the Vikings sandwiched a tech fall by MVC to give Tech an 18-8 lead. Eighth-ranked 165-pounder, Jacob Johnson, recorded his fourth fall in five matches for another six points and junior Tyler Goldman followed with a 9-2 decision to make it 27-8 Warriors. Sixth-ranked 184-pounder, Darryl Grayson, and sophomore 197-pounder, Brandon Sunday, both recorded first period falls to seal the win. The Warriors return to action next weekend, Jan. 16-17, when they travel to Marshall, Mo. to compete in the Missouri Valley Invitational. To stay up-to-date on all things Indiana Tech, be sure and follow the Warriors on Facebook and Twitter. You can also get updates sent directly to your phone by registering for SMS updates. Wrestling Contact: Zachary Shore | 260-422-5561 Ext. 2492 | zrshore@indianatech.edu Tech Athletics: Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Instagram Wrestling: Twitter | Facebook
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