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Past NCAA All-Americans DI, DII, and DIII

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I want to put together a list of past All-Americans and need some help as to what school they went to.  This is only for wrestlers who went to high school in Indiana.  I am looking for the high schools of each of these wrestlers and any others that may have gone to school out of state.

 

DI

Indiana

Matt Coughlin- Evansville Mater Dei

Angel Escobedo- Griffith

Andrae Hernandez- Griffith

Mark Galyan, 1981 IU All-American,  1977 Indiana State Champion - Martinsville

Edwin Belshaw - Indiana/NCAA - 1932 -1st & OW (Lowell HS / 1926)

Chris Traicoff - Indiana/NCAA - 1938 - 3rd/175, 1939 - 1st-175 (Calumet HS / 1935)

 

Purdue

Tony Vaugh- Fort Wayne Snider

Ben Wissel- Richmond

Cashe Quiroga- Lawrence North

Eric Douglas- Valparaiso

David Lilovich,  1985/1986 Purdue All-American, 1979/1981 Indiana State Champion - Michigan City

 

Ohio State

Reece Humphrey- Lawrence North

 

Michigan State

Kelvin Jackson- Anderson Highland

 

Iowa

Alex Tsirtsis- Griffith

Bud Palmer, Muncie North

 

Arizona State

John Ginther, Delta

 

Wisconsin

Andrew Howe- Hanover Central

Keith Davison 1989 - Chesterton

 

Minnesota

Leroy Vega- Portage

 

Michigan

Greg Wagner- Snider

 

Indiana State

Rolland Beckham - Indiana State/NAIA - 1963 - 2nd/177, 1964 - 3rd/177 (Warren Central HS / 1960)

 

Northwestern

Brad Traviola - Northwestern University (D1) All-American 1990,  Wawasee HS

Mark Whitehead- Warsaw

 

DII

Central Oklahoma

Jeff Pease- Muncie Southside

 

Indianapolis

Tony Abbott 1994- Muncie Southside

Darrin Arberry 1986-1987 - Indianapolis Tech

Dean Branstetter 1987 - South Adams

Deon Brimmage 1995-1998 - Indianapolis Pike

Wiley Craft 2003 - Roncalli

Wade Hall 1982-1983 - Bremen

Mike Jackson 2005-2007 - Culver Community

Duane Lutgring 1985 - Roncalli

Greg Matheis 1990-1991 -Jasper High School

Nick Mayer 1999 - Evansville Mater Dei

Mitch Napier 2002-2003 - Monrovia

Jose Navarro 2006-2007  - Warsaw

Shane Perkey 2005-2008 - Jimtown

Charlie Pingleton 2006-2007 - Greencastle

Chris Pugliese 1989 - Tri West

Tony Starks 1980

Jason Warthan 2000 - Bloomington North

Jay Yates 2001 - Center Grove

 

Findlay

Andy Uhl- East Noble

 

DIII

Manchester

Darrell Carr 1998-2002 - Wawasee

Jason Carr 2002 - Wawasee

Fabian Chavez 1995 - Penn

Ryan Finney 1997 - Huntington North

Neil Hudson 1993

Nick Primozic 1995-1997- Richmond

Jarald Ridley 2003-2004 - Fort Wayne Northrop

Jamie Salazar 2001-2003 - Wawasee

Jonathan Sheets 2006 - Bellmont

Charles Strunk 1995- Ben Davis

Eracleo Vallejo 2007 - Wawasee

Randy Hooley 1992- Triton

 

Wabash

Dan Emerson 1998

Keith Garrard 2007 - New Castle

Chris Healy 2003-2005 -Jasper High School

Ryan Mills 2000

Joe Rust 1980 - Lowell

Tim Servies 1987 - Crawfordsville

Steve Wagner 1974

 

Rose Hulman

 

John Carroll

Tom Bennett- Snider

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1995 NCAA Division II

Central Oklahoma

2nd:    Jeff Pease (Hvy)  - Muncie Southside

 

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It's really pretty striking how few AAs we have had as a state, especially at the D1 level. 

According to wrestlingstats.com Indiana has had 42 AA's that have 64 AA placings.  I did not put in Indiana or Purdue AA's because I would guess that only about 50% if not less are from Indiana.

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So what is your point that you're trying to make here?

 

I knew someone would throw out a comment like this eventually on this thread.  Despite the fact that he is controversial in he pursuit of class wrestling, Joe has done and continues to do a lot to promote the sport of wrestling.  Not everything he does has some sort of alterior motive.  I don't know him and won't preted to know him, but it doesn't take a rocket scientist to see that he really cares about the sport and not just his agenda.

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Couple of old-timers:

 

Mark Galyan, 1981 IU All-American,  1977 Indiana State Champion - Martinsville

 

David Lilovich,  1985/1986 Purdue All-American, 1979/1981 Indiana State Champion - Michigan City

 

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I knew someone would throw out a comment like this eventually on this thread.  Despite the fact that he is controversial in he pursuit of class wrestling, Joe has done and continues to do a lot to promote the sport of wrestling.  Not everything he does has some sort of alterior motive.  I don't know him and won't preted to know him, but it doesn't take a rocket scientist to see that he really cares about the sport and not just his agenda.

 

Just give it time...

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How about JUCOS's... we have a few of those, too.

I will work on those and NAIA after I get the NCAA ones done.  Both NAIA and JUCO will be a little harder to verify which will take a lot longer.

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John Rust - Wabash/Div. III -1980 - 4th/Hwt  (Lowell HS / 1977)

Tim Servies - Wabash / Div. III - 1988 - 4th/177 (Crawfordsville HS / 1983)

 

Edwin Belshaw - Indiana/NCAA - 1932 -1st & OW (Lowell HS / 1926)

Chris Traicoff - Indiana/NCAA - 1938 - 3rd/175, 1939 - 1st-175 (Calumet HS / 1935)

 

Rolland Beckham - Indiana State/NAIA - 1963 - 2nd/177, 1964 - 3rd/177 (Warren Central HS / 1960)

 

From your list: Univ. of Indy / Duane Lutgring was from Roncalli / '80

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Mark Whitehead, Wawasee, Northwestern

 

Bud Palmer, Delta, Iowa

John Ginther, Delta, Arizona State

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Mark Whitehead, Wawasee, Northwestern

 

Bud Palmer, Delta, Iowa

John Ginther, Delta, Arizona State

 

sb:

 

Did whitehead go to warsaw?

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