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  2. This region connection should help IU land Mendez! Where are Silas, Matt Lee, Dickens, Littel, Viduya going? IU?
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  6. indypharmd

    Top Middle School Wrestlers 2018/2019

    Any final thoughts as we close out the 2018-2019 with Fargo having concluded?
  7. Fans at IU matches better strap in for a long day, where every match goes to tiebreakers at 1-1.
  8. J.tsirtsis lost multiple times and had close match vs Devon jackson who's a 3x under the lights finalist(this takes nothing from his accomplishments and i'm splitting hairs here) .Jesse hasn't hardly given up any offensive points if any yet ...Angel Escobedo and Alex Tsirtsis were the most dominant I've seen next to mason parris... Lance Ellis ws ws decent too😂..but I'll say this Jason beat #1 nationally ranked guy as a freshman and no other guy can say that ...but then again Jesse is #1.
  9. casualwrestlingfan

    Brennen Cernus Transfer

    Actually it creates the debate on those type of forums. The post made me understand why others have been so heated on both sides of that debate. I usually stay out of it, as my point is so different than most. I'm ready for the European athletic culture to take over. I'll enjoy high school sports as they are now, BUT it only seems a matter of time before the club sports take grasp. Already have club wrestling, club volleyball, club/AAU basketball, club/travel baseball & softball, club soccer, and etc. Only a matter of time if other sports follow baseball and have established minor league systems, or the NCAA scraps the "student" athlete model.
  10. Best of luck to him. I was told by a good friend a couple years ago to keep an eye on this kid named Jesse Mendez. Was told that he is the next 4Xer and could possibly be the best ever here in Indiana. I always take that with a grain of salt, UNTIL his routing of everyone last year. His display that he put on at state was something special to watch and confirmed what my friend had told me. It’s truly a treat as a wrestling fan to witness something like this. The last person that I recall that was just this dominant was Jason Tsirtsis. And he very well could be even better than TShirts when it’s all said and done. Go get’em kid.
  11. brickfor6

    J. Tsirtsis joins IU coaching staff

    He has been a great coach at RWA. 2 region wrestlers = 8 Ihsaa state titles = 7 all Americans= 2 NCAA titles
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  13. No One Famous

    J. Tsirtsis joins IU coaching staff

    This is an incredible pick up to keep the best IN kids. I love the addition. Now, can he coach? Lol
  14. Y2CJ41

    Multi-Dual: Wabash County Championships

    12/14/2019 09:00 AM
  15. https://iuhoosiers.com/news/2019/7/19/wrestling-hoosiers-add-ncaa-champion-jason-tsirtsis-to-coaching-staff.aspx
  16. 11/26/2019 06:00 PM
  17. busstogate

    Brennen Cernus Transfer

    Culver is a boarding school and can take in folks from all over the world as long as they have tuition. I think if they were found to be recruiting from Indiana schools, they could be in the debate, but I am pretty sure their situation puts them out of the conversation almost all of the time.
  18. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – IU head coach Angel Escobedo has announced the addition of three time All-American and NCAA Champion Jason Tsirtsis as a volunteer assistant coach. Tsirtsis, a native of Crown Point, Ind., where he won four state championships in high school, started his college career at Northwestern where in his redshirt freshman season he won the NCAA Championship at 149 lb. That year, in 2014, Tsirtsis also was the Big Ten Champion, Big Ten Freshman of the Year, Intermat Freshman of the Year and Midlands Champion. Tsirtsis concluded his collegiate career in 2017-18 with Arizona State as an All-American with a seventh-place finish at NCAAs. He was named the Comeback Wrestler of the Year at the NCAA Championships by FloWrestling. I'm very excited to add Jason Tsirtsis to our staff,” Escobedo said. “Since day one, our focus has been to keep the best kids in state and I believe having an Indiana legend like Jason will help achieve this goal. He will work directly with our middle weights (149-165) and we are excited to have him join our program.” “I am extremely excited to join the wrestling family down in Bloomington,” Tsirtsis said. “Angel has done a great job at changing the culture within the program and I'm thrilled to help further the growth & development of our wrestlers. I can't wait to get down to Bloomington!” View full article
  19. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – IU head coach Angel Escobedo has announced the addition of three time All-American and NCAA Champion Jason Tsirtsis as a volunteer assistant coach. Tsirtsis, a native of Crown Point, Ind., where he won four state championships in high school, started his college career at Northwestern where in his redshirt freshman season he won the NCAA Championship at 149 lb. That year, in 2014, Tsirtsis also was the Big Ten Champion, Big Ten Freshman of the Year, Intermat Freshman of the Year and Midlands Champion. Tsirtsis concluded his collegiate career in 2017-18 with Arizona State as an All-American with a seventh-place finish at NCAAs. He was named the Comeback Wrestler of the Year at the NCAA Championships by FloWrestling. I'm very excited to add Jason Tsirtsis to our staff,” Escobedo said. “Since day one, our focus has been to keep the best kids in state and I believe having an Indiana legend like Jason will help achieve this goal. He will work directly with our middle weights (149-165) and we are excited to have him join our program.” “I am extremely excited to join the wrestling family down in Bloomington,” Tsirtsis said. “Angel has done a great job at changing the culture within the program and I'm thrilled to help further the growth & development of our wrestlers. I can't wait to get down to Bloomington!”
  20. Y2CJ41

    2019

    Evan Bates
  21. Y2CJ41

    2019

    Leighton Jones
  22. Y2CJ41

    Leighton Jones

    Jones
  23. Y2CJ41

    Fargo

    We didn't have a Junior Greco AA that year either. I mean...we may have this information somewhere..... https://indianamat.com/index.php?/history/history.html/
  24. Y2CJ41

    Multi-Dual: IHSWCA Team State 1A

    01/04/2020 09:00 AM
  25. Y2CJ41

    Multi-Dual: IHSWCA Team State 2A

    01/04/2020 09:00 AM
  26. mikemorgan

    Fargo

    Was that no All americans period? We didn’t have a greco AA either
  27. maligned

    Fargo

    Several posts up:
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