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  1. WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - After going three seasons without a weekly honor from the conference, the Purdue wrestling team has now seen an individual recognized in back-to-back weeks to open 2019-20 as senior Dylan Lydy was named the Big Ten Wrestler of the Week on Tuesday. Lydy posted a 3-0 mark at the Journeymen Duals on Saturday, including wins over a pair of top-15 ranked wrestlers to guide Purdue to a 2-1 dual record for the weekend.

    Lydy opened his trip to New York with his third bonus-point victory of the season, a 12-3 major decision over Buffalo’s Jake Lanning. The Boilermaker senior followed with two wins in dramatic fashion, going to overtime for a 4-2 victory over No. 12 Kimball Bastian of Utah Valley and gutting out a 3-1 decision over No. 10 Anthony Valencia of Arizona State.

    After trading escapes in regulation, and going scoreless through a minute of sudden victory, Lydy and Bastian went to a pair of 30-second tiebreaker rounds. Both wrestlers escaped quickly in their opportunities off bottom, but Lydy finished the second period with a takedown to account for the final difference.

    Lydy’s final match of the day appeared to be headed in the same direction, sitting tied 1-1 after both wrestlers escaped to start the second and third periods. However Lydy began creating action in the final minute of the third, nearly getting a takedown in front of the Arizona State bench and beating the buzzer with a takedown on the edge to seal the win.

    Following freshman teammate Kendall Coleman sharing Big Ten Wrestler of the Week honors last week, Lydy makes it two straight.

    The Boilermakers continue dual action Sunday, heading to North Dakota State University for a 1 p.m. CT contest at the Scheels Center. The dual will air live on GoBison.com and FloWrestling.

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  2. Platteville Wis.-   University of Wisconsin-Plattville sophomore Alexander Strueder (Fisher, Indiana) scored a takedown in sudden victory to win the 157 pound championship in the annual Super 8 Invitaional in the Pioneers’ Williams Fieldhouse.

    With the score tied 3-3  late in the third period, Strueder needed a take down due to the point for riding time that Jessy Diaz of the University of Dubuque would have been rewarded.  Stueder got the take down and what was thought to be for the championship as time ran out.   The officials got together and determined that Strueder let go of Diaz with one second on the clock and rewarded Diaz with a point for escaping and the extra point for riding time to force sudden victory period.

    Starting in neutral position, Stueder made short work as the aggresser in the sudden victory  period recording the takedown 10 seconds into the period to officaly be crowned the champion.

    “Coach (Mike) DeRoehn always preaches to fight your butt off, how hard can you fight. I gave up a takedown early, but came back and got the takedown with a second left, going in to overtime I knew I was prepared, we been working our butts off in the (wrestling) room,”  Strueder said. “I knew I had an opportunity to go out there and make a statement and not leave it in the hands of the officials and take the match in my hands.  I went back to what was working for me, my double underhooks, and took him down and that was the match.”

    “Mindset was the difference maker for Strueder today. Throughout the tournament, he did a great job of listening to the coaches and then executed some crucial in-match technical adjustments,” DeRoehn said.  “It was outstanding to see him keep his composure under pressure in the championship match and we’re really proud of his fight out there today.”

    The Pioneers return to the mat Nov. 20 at UW-Whitewater.

    Written by: Jason Piddington, Public Relations Writer-Athletics, Communications, 608-342-7645, piddingj@uwplatt.edu

    Photo taken by: Andy McNeill, Campus Photographer, Communications

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  3. Dual Schedule

    Date/Time Event
    Nov 18 06:00 pm Madison at Southwestern (Hanover)
    Nov 19 06:30 pm Franklin Central at Fishers
    Nov 20 07:00 am Hammond Clark at Highland
    Nov 20 07:30 am Hobart at Munster
    Nov 20 05:30 pm Mount Vernon (Fortville) at Decatur Central
    Nov 20 06:00 pm Cascade at South Putnam
    Nov 20 06:30 pm Prairie Heights at Columbia City
    Nov 20 06:30 pm Indian Creek at Martinsville
    Nov 21 05:30 pm Providence Cristo Rey at Indianapolis George Washington
    Nov 21 06:00 pm Greencastle at Crawfordsville
    Nov 21 06:00 pm East Chicago Central at River Forest
    Nov 21 06:00 pm Rossville at Caston
    Nov 21 06:30 pm Wabash at Peru
    Nov 21 07:30 pm Oak Hill at Huntington North
    Nov 22 07:30 pm Crown Point at Portage

    Multi-Dual Schedule

    Date/Time Event Teams
    Nov 22 06:00 pm Triple Dual at Switzerland County at Switzerland County Teams: Greensburg Madison Salem Switzerland County
    Nov 23 08:00 am Taylor Invite at Taylor Teams: Carroll (Flora) Frontier Lafayette Jefferson Marion North Miami Taylor
    Nov 23 08:00 am CMA Early Bird Duals at Culver Academies Teams: Concord Culver Academies Knox Plymouth Rochester South Bend Adams
    Nov 23 09:00 am Lawrence Township Wrestlemania at Lawrence North Teams: Connersville Hagerstown Lawrence North Mount Vernon (Fortville) Pike
    Nov 23 09:00 am Parke Heritage Invitational at Parke Heritage Teams: North Montgomery North Vermillion Parke Heritage South Vermillion Western Boone
    Nov 23 09:00 am Dave Kiley Duals at Cloverdale Teams: Cloverdale Indianapolis Cathedral Indianapolis Crispus Attucks Indianapolis Emmerich Manual Sheridan South Putnam
    Nov 23 09:00 am Bronco Super Duals at Daleville Teams: Blackford Daleville Northeastern Union City Wapahani
    Nov 23 09:00 am Hamilton Heights Super Six at Hamilton Heights Teams: Cascade Hamilton Heights Lawrence Central Noblesville North Central Pendleton Heights Tipton
    Nov 23 09:00 am Wood Memorial Duals at Wood Memorial Teams: Evansville Bosse Madison North Knox Pike Central Wood Memorial
    Nov 23 09:00 am Elwood Invitational at Elwood Teams: Alexandria Elwood Frankton Greenfield-Central McCutcheon Shenandoah Tri Union County
    Nov 23 09:00 am Mooresville Invite at Mooresville Teams: Indian Creek Mooresville
    Nov 23 09:00 am Bedford Duals at Bedford North Lawrence Teams: Bedford North Lawrence Bloomington North Forest Park New Albany North Harrison
    Nov 23 09:00 am Bluffton Invitational at Bluffton Teams: Bluffton Central Noble Fremont Leo Wes-Del
    Nov 23 09:00 am Warsaw Invitational at Warsaw Teams: Elkhart Memorial Warsaw
    Nov 23 09:00 am Double Dual at Scottsburg at Scottsburg Teams: Brown County Scottsburg Southwestern (Hanover)
    Nov 23 09:30 am South Bend Clay Super Dual at South Bend Clay Teams: Culver Community South Bend Clay
    Nov 23 10:00 am Lake Station Duals at Lake Station Edison Teams: Andrean Boone Grove Hammond Hammond Morton Lake Station Edison North Newton South Bend Washington Whiting
    Nov 23 10:00 am Boonville Invitational at Boonville Teams: Boonville Crawford County Evansville Harrison Mitchell New Washington Owen Valley

    Tournament Schedule

    Date/Time Event Teams
    Nov 23 09:00 am John Hurrle at Indianapolis Arsenal Tech Teams: Eastern Hancock Hamilton Southeastern Indianapolis Arsenal Tech Kokomo Lebanon Monrovia Purdue Polytechnic Southport Warren Central
    Nov 23 09:00 am Capital City Classic at Beech Grove Teams: Beech Grove Franklin Central Greenwood Indian Creek Jeffersonville Perry Meridian Plainfield Westfield

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  4. 2 minutes ago, bigballerb said:

    I heard he was at Bloomington south? Also saw where he committed to IU. Can sophomores even commit?

    There are lots of questions it seems to as where Mr. Koontz is currently. 

    Any athlete can verbally commit to college, they can only sign as a senior though. Verbal commitments are just that...verbal. 

  5. Since we have a nice list here we go

    Top 4, 4-timers college success
    Chad Red- 2X AA(two more to go) on pace for likely two top 4 finishes
    Angel Escobedo- NCAA Champ, 4X AA
    Jason Tsirtsis- NCAA Champ, 3X AA
    Williard Duffy- 3X NCAA runner-up

    Top 4, 3-timers
    Stevan Micic- 3X AA, Olympic Qualifier
    Andrew Howe- NCAA Champ, 4X AA, multiple US National teams(top 3)
    Reece Humphrey- 2X AA, multiple world teams
    Charles McDaniel- 2X NCAA champ, 1X 2nd

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