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  1. Y2CJ41

    #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
  2. 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
  3. 11/8/2014 9:07:00 PM | Zach Shore | @INTech_SID88 WILLIAMSBURG, Ky. – Freshman Thomas Garty led a trio of Indiana Tech wrestlers who won their respective weight classes at the Patriot Open hosted by the University of the Cumberlands on Saturday. Garty went 5-0 en route to his first collegiate individual title, including wins against the defending national champion from Cumberland University in the championship and Isaac Thomas of Lindsey Wilson who is the sixth ranked wrestler at 149-pounds. Garty won his a pair of matches by major decision and the other by a 12-6 decision to make an appearance in the semifinals where he defeated Thomas via fall at 4:08 and then won the title with a fall at 1:46. In the 141-pound weight class the Warriors dominated, placing first, third and fourth in the bracket.Travis Barroquillo, competing unattached at the event, won weight class, going 4-0, including registering a fall against teammate Robert Humphrey in the quarterfinals. Humphrey then proceeded to win three consecutive matches before losing to teammate Matthew Miller in the consolation championship, taking fourth. Miller lost in the quarterfinals as well, but then won four straight matches, including two via fall, to take third. Another freshman, Stone Neese, won his first collegiate individual title at 174-pounds while teammate Tyler Goldman took fourth in the same class. Neese received a bye in the opening round before winning via decision 8-2 over Hunter Smith of Life University then registered a fall at 1:47 over Dustin Harris of Cumberland University in the semifinals. To win the title, Neese defeated the hosts, Daniel Toth via a 2-0 decision. Goldman loss to Toth in the quarterfinals then won three straight matches, falling in the consolation championship by an 8-3 decision. Four other Warriors placed in their weight classes at the open with two runner-up finishes by Brett Yarbrough at 133-pounds and Jake Johnson at 165-pounds and two fourth place finishes by Kristopher McKinley at 125-pounds and Brandon Sunday at 184-pounds. The Orange and Black return to the mat on Saturday, Nov. 22 when they travel to Campbellsville, Ky. to take part in the Campbellsville Duals. Tech is scheduled to face St. Andrews Presbyterian at 9 a.m. followed by duals against Campbellsville (10:30 a.m.) and St. Catharine (12:30 p.m.).
  4. 11/8/2014 9:07:00 PM | Zach Shore | @INTech_SID88 WILLIAMSBURG, Ky. – Freshman Thomas Garty led a trio of Indiana Tech wrestlers who won their respective weight classes at the Patriot Open hosted by the University of the Cumberlands on Saturday. Garty went 5-0 en route to his first collegiate individual title, including wins against the defending national champion from Cumberland University in the championship and Isaac Thomas of Lindsey Wilson who is the sixth ranked wrestler at 149-pounds. Garty won his a pair of matches by major decision and the other by a 12-6 decision to make an appearance in the semifinals where he defeated Thomas via fall at 4:08 and then won the title with a fall at 1:46. In the 141-pound weight class the Warriors dominated, placing first, third and fourth in the bracket.Travis Barroquillo, competing unattached at the event, won weight class, going 4-0, including registering a fall against teammate Robert Humphrey in the quarterfinals. Humphrey then proceeded to win three consecutive matches before losing to teammate Matthew Miller in the consolation championship, taking fourth. Miller lost in the quarterfinals as well, but then won four straight matches, including two via fall, to take third. Another freshman, Stone Neese, won his first collegiate individual title at 174-pounds while teammate Tyler Goldman took fourth in the same class. Neese received a bye in the opening round before winning via decision 8-2 over Hunter Smith of Life University then registered a fall at 1:47 over Dustin Harris of Cumberland University in the semifinals. To win the title, Neese defeated the hosts, Daniel Toth via a 2-0 decision. Goldman loss to Toth in the quarterfinals then won three straight matches, falling in the consolation championship by an 8-3 decision. Four other Warriors placed in their weight classes at the open with two runner-up finishes by Brett Yarbrough at 133-pounds and Jake Johnson at 165-pounds and two fourth place finishes by Kristopher McKinley at 125-pounds and Brandon Sunday at 184-pounds. The Orange and Black return to the mat on Saturday, Nov. 22 when they travel to Campbellsville, Ky. to take part in the Campbellsville Duals. Tech is scheduled to face St. Andrews Presbyterian at 9 a.m. followed by duals against Campbellsville (10:30 a.m.) and St. Catharine (12:30 p.m.). Click here to view the article
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