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Sheerstress

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  1. 10 minutes ago, southend said:

    Feed keeps dropping. I know Garcia won , any other good news

    Final score:

    IND
     
    165
    Cameron Amine (Michigan) over Nick South (Indiana) (Dec 8-3)
    3
    0
     
    174
    Logan Massa (Michigan) over Donnell Washington (Indiana) (Fall 6:38)
    6
    0
     
    184
    Jaden Bullock (Michigan) over Drayton Harris (Indiana) (TF 16-0 3:48)
    5
    0
     
    197
    Nick Willham (Indiana) over Andrew Davison (Michigan) (Dec 4-2)
    0
    3
     
    285
    Mason Parris (Michigan) over Rudy Streck (Indiana) (Fall 2:06)
    6
    0
     
    125
    Dylan Ragusin (Michigan) over Brock Hudkins (Indiana) (Dec 5-4)
    3
    0
     
    133
    Asa Garcia (Indiana) over Jack Medley (Michigan) (Dec 11-6)
    0
    3
     
    141
    Drew Mattin (Michigan) over Kyle Luigs (Indiana) (Dec 11-6)
    3
    0
     
    149
    Kanen Storr (Michigan) over Luke Baughman (Indiana) (Dec 5-2)
    3
    0
     
    157
    Will Lewan (Michigan) over Matt Ortiz (Indiana) (Dec 8-3)
    3
    0
    Team Score:
    32
    6

     

    From the Indiana side, Wilham scores what you could probably call a mild upset over Davison.  Garcia countered well against Medley's attacks to win their match.


  2. 5 hours ago, gimpeltf said:

    That's the D1 rule which says they have 5 consecutive years (with some exceptions- severe injury or Olympic RS). D2/3 (not sure about NAIA but likely) don't need to have the semesters consecutive.

     

    Yes, but the basic rule is actually the same in all three NCAA divisions, and the NAIA, presumably for students who are going through college uninterrupted.  

    Like you say, if you want to take a semester or more off, for Olympic RS, mission trip, transfer to a school in a different division or different association, or just take extended time to do other things in life, the rules for retaining eligibility vary greatly between divisions.  


  3. 2 hours ago, executionery4145 said:

    Can someone explain the ten semester rule ? 

    Basically, it states that once you enroll at a school, your "eligibility clock" starts ticking, and you have five years (10 semesters) to complete your four years of eligibility.

    In the case of someone like yourself, who was once enrolled in school, whether you can compete again depends partly on where you intend to re-enroll.

    http://www.ncaa.org/student-athletes/current/transfer-terms

    https://www.naia.org/legislative/2016-17/releases/20161018qftcv

     


  4. 16 hours ago, JHRoseWrestling said:

    What a bizarre subset of the population one must occupy to love wrestling enough to visit and post on themat.com message board and still not be aware of the NCAA eligibility relief for the truncated 2021 season.

    In all seriousness, appreciative of everyone who visits this board to discuss our great sport.

     

    I forgot about the eligibility relief.  Get over it already.


  5. Like the other Big 10 school schedules posted thus far, this seems pretty ambitious for two months.  

    I hope that during this time, all schools will be rabid about having regular testing, maintaining proper distancing and masking outside practice and competition, and swiftly dealing with any COVID that pops up among the athletes.  


  6. https://psacsports.org/news/2020/7/15/general-psac-suspends-ncaa-competition-for-fall-2020.aspx

    They may be leaving the door open yet a crack:

    "Last week, the Board cancelled PSAC Championship seasons in fall sports, yet allowed for league championship opportunities in those sports should six or more schools elect to participate.  All schools electing to play must abide by existing league rules and the NCAA Guidelines that have been set due to the existing Covid-19 Pandemic.  The same requirements exist for the winter sports that have been cancelled." 
     

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