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Hey guys, it's that time again.  Thanks to Uncle Jimmy for the wake up call!  Just got back from a 2 week vacation and still have a bit of a hangover from the time off and a 5 hour time difference!  I won't be able to post as much this year due to other responsibilities, but I'll do what I can.  Please feel free to post results whenever you have time and let's not forget about the guys at smaller or more distant schools!  

The season begins today with the Michigan State Open and the Battle on the Midway, with Hoosiers appearing in both.  

Lastly, if anyone wants to update and track what wrestlers are at what school, the spreadsheet I kept last year is available.  It includes wrestlers at all levels separated by tabs.  Just needs an update with incoming freshmen and transfers.  

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Asa Garcia wins the 2020 National Collegiate Open. That a pretty big deal. Great win to cap off a very solid redshirt year.    Most of last years senior class had great redshirt years. Add in R

Catching up a bit..Congrats on milestone wins! 

Brandon James caps off a great college career with a 3rd place finish at the NAIA Championships. The highest placer in Marian Wrestling History! Congrats Brandon! 👏

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Some quick results from the Michigan State Open today....

Frosh/Soph Division
133 Cayden Rooks IU - 4th Place
141 Asa Garcia IU - 3rd Place
165 Nick South IU - 2nd Place
174 - Donnell Washington IU - 2nd Place
-- note: He lost by DQ in the title match.  Anyone that was there or watched online willing to share what happened?
184 - Carson Brewer Ohio U - 1st Place
197 - Nick Willham IU - 1st Place

Open Division
125 - An all-Indiana final with Brock Hudkins IU winning by 3-2 decision over Drew Hildebrandt Cent. Mich.
174 - Dylan Lydy Purdue - DNP - Won his first two matches by Major and them MFF'd out of the tourney.  Details anyone?
285 - Mason Parris Michigan, took 1st Place with a 9-2 decision over Matt Stencel of Cent. Mich.  They wrestled 3x last year, with all 3 matches ending by fall.  Stencel won 2 of the 3.  Mason gets a little revenge and shows he can take Stencel the distance.

141 in the Open Division wasn't Indiana related, but #3 Luke Pletcher of OSU beat #1 Dom Demas of Oklahoma 2-1 TB1.  You could easily see that match again at the NCAA's.  Nick Lee is ranked #2 at 141.

My apologies if I missed anyone.  Looks like a nice way to start the season.

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One result that almost slipped by from Friday night....

@149 Brayton Lee got his first official win for the Golden Gophers with a 7-6 dec over #18 Russell Rohlfing of Cal State Bakersfield.  Lee is ranked #10 by Intermat

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174 - Donnell Washington IU - 2nd Place
-- note: He lost by DQ in the title match.  Anyone that was there

The slam call on DJ Washington was very controversial. He lifted the kid up and put him straight on his back. DJ was to the side and looked to hit the ground with the kid. I was talking to Nick Willhams grandpa when it happened. He is a high school and college ref. We both agreed that a slam should not have been called. 

The kid that got returned to the mat is a great kid. He used to live in Lawrenceburg and moved to Cincinnati for high school. Unfortunately he suffered a stinger as the result of the impact and could not continue. I truely believe that if he could of continued he would of. As matter of fact, he tried and was told no by the trainers. 
 

Just a bad call and bad all around deal. DJ did great today. 

 

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Sunday Nov 3

Clarion Open
@165 Joe Lee wins 4 straight and wins the title.  He had a Fall, Dec, and 2 Majors in his 4 wins

@157 Matt Lee went 1-2.  He took it on the chin in his first match, drawing #1 seed and 2x National Qualifier Alexander Klucker of Loch Haven.  He won his 2nd match by major and lost by fall to Farouq Mohammed of Loch Haven and 2017 IHPO 4th Placer.

 

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The state got shutout at the Battle of the Citadel...

@141 Ty Mills, Duke draws 2x NCAA Qualifier and NCAA All-American, #15 Sa'Darien Perry as his first collegiate match and loses 0-6.  Then gets majored his next match for the official dip.  Almost 18 months since he last competed, so happy to see him back on the mat.

@149 Bryton Goering, Presbyterian loses his first match and is winning his consolation match, but gets caught.

 

Oh well... tough day, but getting better and Duke will be at the Mountaineer Invite next week.

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On 11/4/2019 at 6:35 PM, teammills said:

The state got shutout at the Battle of the Citadel...

@141 Ty Mills, Duke draws 2x NCAA Qualifier and NCAA All-American, #15 Sa'Darien Perry as his first collegiate match and loses 0-6.  Then gets majored his next match for the official dip.  Almost 18 months since he last competed, so happy to see him back on the mat.

@149 Bryton Goering, Presbyterian loses his first match and is winning his consolation match, but gets caught.

 

Oh well... tough day, but getting better and Duke will be at the Mountaineer Invite next week.

Is Ty starting this year, or are they still figuring out the lineup?

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6 hours ago, Thor said:

Is Ty starting this year, or are they still figuring out the lineup?

I think they are still getting things figured out with redshirts and the weights.  He won his initial wrestle-off at 141, but another kid who has been 149 may be dropping to 141 and Ty lost that match at a 146 catch-weight.  He's a tiny 141 and would probably drop to 133 if the coaches thought that was in the team's best interest, but I know they are trying to bulk him up.  He wants to be in the starting lineup and we'll just have to compare the results over the next several tournaments and see what shakes out before our dual season starts.  Either way, just glad he's back on the mat and ready to take his lumps (and give some!) while he adjusts to the college style.

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Ohio Open

 

Carson Brewer's place is unknown and has scored 0.5 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Carson Brewer (Ohio University) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Quarterfinal - Tony Vezzetti (Notre Dame ) won by decision over Carson Brewer (Ohio University) (Dec 7-4)
  • Cons. Round 2 - Carson Brewer (Ohio University) won by decision over Zane Lanham (West Liberty) (Dec 3-1)
  • Cons. Semi - Antonio Stewart (Reinhardt University (GA)) won in sudden victory - 1 over Carson Brewer (Ohio University) (SV-1 7-5)
 

Gold Division 133

Cayden Rooks's place is 2nd and has scored 13.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Cayden Rooks (Indiana University) won by decision over Hunter Bray (Notre Dame ) (Dec 5-2)
  • Quarterfinal - Cayden Rooks (Indiana University) won by decision over Richie Gomez (Edinboro) (Dec 8-5)
  • Semifinal - Cayden Rooks (Indiana University) won in sudden victory - 1 over Eric Bartos (Mercyhurst University) (SV-1 9-7)
  • 1st Place Match - Justin Patrick (Cleveland State University) won by decision over Cayden Rooks (Indiana University) (Dec 3-2)

Gold Division 141

Asa Garcia's place is unknown and has scored 5.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Asa Garcia (Indiana University) won by fall over Alexis Soriano (Mercyhurst University) (Fall 3:48)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Evan Cheek (Cleveland State University) won by tech fall over Asa Garcia (Indiana University) (TF 19-3)
  • Cons. Round 2 - Asa Garcia (Indiana University) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Cons. Round 3 - Asa Garcia (Indiana University) won by major decision over Trent Leon (Reinhardt University (GA)) (Maj 13-5)
  • Cons. Round 4 - Gabriel Tagg (North Carolina) won by fall over Asa Garcia (Indiana University) (Fall 4:38)

Gold Division 165

Nick South's place is 2nd and has scored 20.5 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Nick South (Indiana University) won by major decision over Cole Tenety (Reinhardt University (GA)) (Maj 9-1)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Nick South (Indiana University) won by tech fall over Dominic Jacocks (Notre Dame ) (TF 15-0)
  • Quarterfinal - Nick South (Indiana University) won by injury default over Noah Grover (Buffalo) (Inj. 8:48)
  • Semifinal - Nick South (Indiana University) won by decision over Cade Hepner (Ohio State) (Dec 3-2)
  • 1st Place Match - Carson Kharchla (Ohio State) won by decision over Nick South (Indiana University) (Dec 7-4)

 

Donnell Washington's place is 2nd and has scored 15.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Donnell Washington (Indiana University) won by major decision over Fritz Schierl (Ohio State) (Maj 18-9)
  • Quarterfinal - Donnell Washington (Indiana University) won by major decision over Anthony Marra (Notre Dame ) (Maj 14-4)
  • Semifinal - Donnell Washington (Indiana University) won by decision over Chase Archangelo (Cleveland State University) (Dec 8-5)
  • 1st Place Match - Rocky Jordan (Ohio State) won by decision over Donnell Washington (Indiana University) (Dec 4-3)

Gold Division 197

Nick Willham's place is 5th and has scored 7.0 team points.

  • Quarterfinal - Nick Willham (Indiana University) won by decision over Hunter Harnish (Mercyhurst University) (Dec 4-2)
  • Semifinal - Benny Smith (Cleveland State University) won by decision over Nick Willham (Indiana University) (Dec 5-3)
  • Cons. Semi - Nicholas Mason (Tiffin) won by decision over Nick Willham (Indiana University) (Dec 3-2)
  • 5th Place Match - Nick Willham (Indiana University) won by decision over Hunter Harnish (Mercyhurst University) (Dec 5-3)
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don’t forget Slivka. He had a good day. 
 

Gold Division 157

Jordan Slivka's place is 3rd and has scored 13.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Jordan Slivka (Ohio University) won by decision over Johnny Lovett (Central Michigan) (Dec 2-0)
  • Quarterfinal - Jordan Slivka (Ohio University) won by fall over Cameron Jenkins (Ashland) (Fall 9:00)
  • Semifinal - Brady Barnett (Cleveland State University) won by decision over Jordan Slivka (Ohio University) (Dec 14-7)
  • 3rd Place Match - Jordan Slivka (Ohio University) won by decision over Jordon Tague (Notre Dame ) (Dec 9-4)
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Chad Red, Nick Lee, Brayton Lee and Mason Parris all got wins over the weekend. 

Parris got a 4-0 dec over Andrew Gunning of North Carolina
B. Lee won the Bison Open beating Minnesota teammate Jakob Bergeland, 7-5.  He had two TF and a fall leading to the Final.
N. Lee won by fall over Navy's Cody Trybus.  Lee was up 19-5 in the 3rd, when he got the turn and the fall.
Chad Red finished 2nd at the round robin Journeyman Classic.  He won is Pool with 2 decision wins and lost to Oklahoma's Dom Demas by fall.

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More recent results....
Northwestern lost to VA Tech 21-18 Sunday 11/10. 
@141 - Jack Tolin lost by fall to 18th ranked Mitch Moore 
@197 - Lucas Davison won by 5-3 dec over Stanley Smeltzer

@174 #9 ranked Ben Harvey is 4-0 on the season with wins in duals against Wisconsin, Fresno State, Illinois and Chattanooga.

This coming weekend......
The Bill Farrell Invitational (FS) is Friday and Saturday.   
- Riley Lefever will compete at 97 KG for the Nittany Lion WC.  
- Jacob Moran will wrestle at 57 KG in a loaded field. 
- Note: Penn State's Vincenzo Joseph and Anthony Cassar are wrestling at the Bill Farrell so they will not likely wrestle Sunday at the Army Invite.

Minnesota has a home dual Friday night vs. Rider.  Match can be seen on BTN+ or Flo.

Army Black Knight Invitational
Central Michigan, Indiana, Michigan and Penn State will compete and provide Hoosier HS'ers.  It's a Flowrestling event.

Will add others and as many results as I can find, as I find them.   Please additional results here.....
 

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At the Luther College Open

@133 Kris Rumph beat Iowa starter Gavin Teasdale 6-3 in the semifinal.  He lost the final 10-7 to Justin Folley of Upper Iowa.
@197 Kobe Woods finished 5th losing 10-3 to Connor Corbin of Iowa in the Quarterfinal.  There were no wrestlebacks to 3rd, so 5th is as high as he could finish after the loss.

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Findlay Open - wrestled to 6th Place

@133 Chase Wilkerson (UIndy) finished 2-2 and DNP

@141 Matt McKinney (UIndy) went 1-2 and DNP
@141 Breyden Bailey (UIndy) went 4-1 and finished in 2nd Place.  He lost 5-3 to Jordan Crace (Michigan State unattached) in the final.  Crace beat Asa Garcia 3-2 last weekend.

@157 Blaze Lowery (UIndy) went 3-2 and DNP 
@157 Jordan Slivka (Ohio U) went 4-1 and finished in 2nd Place.  He lost 5-4 to Bryan Lavearn (Tiffin) in the jorge final.

@165 Jack Eitleljorge (UIndy) went 3-0 and finished 1st/2nd
@165 Dawson Combest (UIndy) went 3-0 and finished 1st/2nd
- My guess is that since both finalists were from the same school they didn't wrestle the match?
@165 Nathan Conley (UIndy) went 0-2 and DNP
@165 Hunter Reed (Findlay) went 1-2 and DNP

@174 Derek Blubaugh (UIndy) went 2-2 and DNP

@197 Griffin Stine (UIndy) went 1-2 and DNP

@285 Jack Williams (UIndy) went 0-2 and DNP

My apologies if I missed anyone!

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Also Friday night, Rider beat Minnesota 21-17.  Two results from former IN kids....
@149 Brayton Lee won by 11-7 decision over Gino Fluri.  Lee controlled the match for the most part, but gave up a late takedown when looking for the major.  
@285 Bobby Steveson lost 1-0 to Ryan Cloud.  Down, 18-17, a Steveson win would have swung the dual for the Gophers but a second period escape by Cloud was the only score of the match.

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Friday matches on tap....

North Dakota State @ Indiana - will Noah Cressel get the nod back in his home state?
Wyoming @ Nebraska
Penn State @ Arizona State  On Pac 12 Arizona Network - if you don't get it, there is a 7-day Free Trial on FuboTV...  if you try it, add the Sports add on when signing up for the trial.  P12 Arizona is down toward the bottom of the channel guide.  They'll email you a day before the free trial runs out.  

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Some results from last weekend....  
Purdue traveled to Fargo and beat North Dakota State 22-12.  Results below:
#25 Purdue 22, North Dakota State 12
Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019
Scheels Center / Fargo, N.D.
141—Parker Filius (Purdue) dec Sawyer Degen (NDSU), 7-4
149—#14 Griffin Parriott (Purdue) dec. Jaden Van Maanen (NDSU), 6-3
157—#7 Kendall Coleman (Purdue) sudden victory-1 #33 Jared Franek (NDSU), SV-1 8-6
165—#8 Andrew Fogarty (NDSU) major dec #24 Emil Soehnlen (Purdue), MD 8-0
174—#8 Dylan Lydy (Purdue) dec Austin Brenner (NDSU), 13-6
184— #18 Max Lyon (Purdue) major dec TJ Pottinger (NDSU), MD 12-4
197— Thomas Penola (Purdue) sudden victory-1 Cordell Eaton (NDSU), SV-1 6-4
285— #26 Brandon Metz (NDSU) dec David Eli (Purdue), 9-6
125—#17 Devin Schroeder (Purdue) dec McGwire Midkiff (NDSU), 11-4
133—#7 Cam Sykora (NDSU) tech fall Marshall Craig (Purdue), TF 18-3, 5:08

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Results from the Black Knight Invite at Army Sunday Nov. 17...
@125 Drew Hildebrandt (Cent. Michigan) took the title going 3-0 on the day and beating Penn State's Brody Teske and Army's Trey Chalifoux. 
@125 Liam Cronin wrestled for IU and went 0-2.  Brock Hudkins did not wrestle
@133 Kyle Luigs and Jonathan Moran both went 0-2 for the Hoosiers on the mat.  Luigs did pick up a MFF win in the conso bracket.
@141 Nick Lee (Penn State) was the champion going 4-0 on the day and beating Cent. Michigan's Dreden Simon in the final, 11-5.
@165 Cael Mccormick (Army) was the winner going 3-0 on the day.  Former Mater Dei Holiday Classic Champion Konnor Kraeszig finished 3rd wrestling for Penn State and filling in for Vincenzo Joseph.
@174 was a busy weight for former Hoosier HSers.  Jacob Covaciu (IU) finished 2nd to Penn State's Mark Hall and beat Ben Harvey (Army) in the semifinal.  Harvey finished 4th and Brad Laughlin (Army) finished 5th.  
@197 Jake Kleimola (IU) and Nick Willham (IU) DNP.  Willham went 0-2 and Kleimola 1-2
@285 Mason Parris (Michigan) is the Champ, going 3-0 and beating Central Michigan's Matt Stencel for the 2nd time this seaon, for the title.  Stencel won 2 of 3 matches against Parris last year.
@288 Brandon Streck (IU) went 0-2 and DNP

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Nick Lee wins by Tech Fall in Penn State's match tonight. Penn State gets beat by ASU... 19-18..

 

IU gets beat up pretty good by ND State 26-12.. Covaciu and Rooks won. 

 

Noah Cressell (North Dakota State) over Jake Hinz (Indiana) (SV-1 8-6). Pretty sure Cressell is the Indiana Cressell. 

 

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Nick Lee wins by Tech Fall in Penn State's match tonight. Penn State gets beat by ASU... 19-18..

 

IU gets beat up pretty good by ND State 26-12.. Covaciu and Rooks won. 

 

Noah Cressell (North Dakota State) over Jake Hinz (Indiana) (SV-1 8-6). Pretty sure Cressell is the Indiana Cressell. 

 

You would be correct on Noah Cressel.  Good to see him get the start back in the home state.

Penn State result surprising, but not really.  They forfeited 184 and Brady Berge did not wrestle 157.  Swing matches for ASU were 149 Maruca over Verkleeren and 197 beating Kyle Conel.  Getting a major at 125 was big as well.

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Lots of Indiana boys at Lindenwood Open yesterday. Marian IU and Purdue kids there. Wabash was up in Wisconsin. 

 

Im up in Cleveland today. Got a couple guys up here today at storm open.
 

Asa gets his first college title! 
 

 

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