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  1. Based on the recently updated Arizona State roster for 2020-2021 that is. Returning starters are listed below in BOLD print and the rankings are from WrestleStat: 125 lbs # 13 - Brandon Courtney – RS Junior (25-5) - 2020 PAC 12 champion at 125 lbs - 2020 NCAA Qualifier at 125 lbs - # ___ - Tristan Mascarenas - True Freshman - From Rio Rancho, NM. 3 time New Mexico 5-A State Champ at 113 lbs - 1 time (2017) NM State 5-A State runner-up at 106 lbs 133 lbs # 7 - Michael McGee - RS Junior (8-0 at 133 lbs) - Two time M.A.C. champion at 125 lbs - Two time NCAA qualifier (2019 & 2018) # 40 (at 125 lbs) - Nicholas Raimo – RS Freshman (13-2 at 125 lbs) - ASU roster still has him listed at 125 lbs but he said months ago he will be at 133 lbs. # 157 - Cleveland Belton – RS Freshman (0-0) - Did not compete at all while redshirting last season. # 157 - Lou Fincher - True Freshman - From Lawrence, KS. Kansas 2020 6-A (big schools) State runner-up at 132 lbs - Placed 3rd at 2019 Kansas 6-A State tournament at 126 lbs - 2018 and 2017 Kansas 6-A State tournament qualifier. # 252 - Dom DiGena - RS Freshman (2-5) 141 lbs # 47 - Julian Chlebove – RS Freshman (3-1) - No matches last season vs PAC 12 opponents. # 48 - Josiah Kline – RS Junior (0-0) - He was redshirted last seaon. He was ASU's starter at 133 lbs for 2018-2019 season. # 96 - Navonte Demison – RS Junior (3-12) # ___ - Cody Foote - True Freshman - From Mesa, AZ. 149 lbs # 54 - Peter Lipari - RS Senior (12-7 last season at 141 lbs) - 2019 NCAA Qualifier at 141 lbs - No matches last season vs PAC 12 opponents (at 149 lbs) # 95 (at 141 lbs) - Cory Crooks – RS Senior (5-8 at 141). According to Zeke Jones Crooks will be moved up to 149 lbs for 2020-2021. # 171 - Ethan Pickren - RS Freshman (5-4) # 193 - Jesse Vasquez - True Freshman - 4 Time CA H.S. State champion (2020 at 145 lbs, 2019 at 138 lbs, 2018 at 132 lbs and 2017 at 113 lbs) # 193 - Ricky Roberto - True Freshman - From Marietta, GA. 5th place at 2020 Georgia H.S. State tournament at 145 lbs. 2nd place at 132 lbs at 2019 Georgia H.S. State tournament #___ - Jason Hill - True Freshman - From Tucson, AZ. 157 lbs # 9 - Jacori Teemer – RS Sophomore (17-5) - 2020 PAC 12 champion at 157 lbs - 2020 NCAA Qualifier at 157 lbs - Won by TF (19-4 in 7:00) vs Tyler Eischens in the dual vs Stanford on 1-31-2020 and again 6-3 at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament - Won 12-4 vs Brawley Lamer in the dual vs Cal Poly on 2-15-2020 and again 14-6 at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament # 150 - Hunter Balk – RS Freshman (7-3) # 270 - Alex Torres - RS Junior (2-2) 165 lbs # 7 - Anthony Valencia – RS Senior (22-6) - 2020 PAC 12 champion at 174 lbs - Three time NCAA qualifier - No PAC 12 matches last season at 165 lbs. # 260 - Ryan Moltz- Junior - (0-2) # ___ - Ryan Rochford - RS Junior - Transfer from Adams State College (Div. II) 174 lbs # 61 - Trey Munoz – RS Freshman (13-2) - Won 7-3 vs Albert Urias of CSUB on 11-24-2029 and again 8-3 on 12-15-2019 # 141 - Josh Nummer – RS Freshman (5-6) 184 lbs # 37 - Cade Belshay – RS Junior (12-7) - Placed 3rd at 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 184 lbs - Won 8-3 vs Foster Karmon at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament - Lost 6-3 vs Colt Doyle of Oregon State at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament # 69 - Austin Clayton – RS Junior (18-10) # 144 - Zane Coleman – RS Freshman (0-0) 197 lbs # 12 - Kordell Norfleet – RS Junior (14-3) - 2020 PAC 12 champion at 197 lbs - Two time NCAA qualifier - Won 9-6 vs J.J. Dixon in the dual vs Oregon State on 1-17-2020 and again 11-3 at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament - Won 6-4 vs Nathan Traxler in the dual vs Stanford on 1-31-2020 and again by FALL (1:38) at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament # 116 - Chad Porter - RS Junior (0-0) # ___ - David Remer - True Freshman - From Carson City, NV. 285 lbs # 46 - Cohlton Schultz – RS Freshman (8-1) # 136 - David Palosika - True Freshman - From Phoenix, AZ. 2nd at 220 lbs at 2020 Arizona H.S. State tournament - 3rd at 220 lbs at 2020 Arizona H.S. State tournament. 2018 Arizona H.S. State Qualifier at 195 lbs
  2. Z and A both redshirted at ASU as true freshmen for the 2015-2016 season and Anthony also utilized that season as an Olympic redshirt. Or at least that is my understanding of it. That allowed him to use the 2018-2019 season as his NCAA redshirt year. That also allowed Josh Shields to move up from 157 lbs to 165 lbs for that 2018-2019 season - to replace A V. Z - apparently - did not use the 2015-2016 season as an Olympic RS year.
  3. Looks like someone at ASU reads this forum as Shields has now been removed from the ASU roster and the freshmen and transfers have been added to the roster for 2020-2021.
  4. Maybe the best phrase that would sum up this (first) attempt at a 2020-2021 Arizona State wrestling team roster might be "A work in progress". Clearly there is more work that needs to be done.
  5. Josh Shields was listed on the 2019-2020 ASU wrestling team roster as a RS Senior. And he has, in fact, been wrestling at ASU for 5 seasons - including his RS year in 2015-2016. Yet, somehow, he is listed on the 2020-2021 ASU wrestling team roster as a Graduate Student. Did he somehow get an additional year of eligibility or is this simply an error on the part of whoever put this ASU roster together for 2020-2021? I also noticed that whoever put this roster together for ASU failed to include any of the incoming freshmen and any of the incoming transfers from other schools: https://thesundevils.com/sports/wrestling/roster
  6. The link I added to this message doesn't seem to be working - for reasons unknown to me. So I'll try to post it again here: Little Rock story on their 9 new additions to their wrestling team
  7. According to this website story from 2 days ago. One of nine announced new additions to the Little Rock wrestling team is Gabe Beyer from Tallahassee, FL - who has been on a church mission for the last two years but was committed to Arizona State out of high school. https://lrtrojans.com/news/2020/9/3/little-rock-wrestling-completes-2020-21-roster.aspxhttps://lrtrojans.com/news/2020/9/3/little-rock-wrestling-completes-2020-21-roster.aspx
  8. He has, in fact, withdrawn his name from the NCAA transfer portal.
  9. The only people who have access to the NCAA transfer portal are administrators and coaches on NCAA member school campuses. I am neither one of those two.
  10. Apparently a few of you are unaware that Real Woods has already entered the transfer portal AND that he said in a mini-interview that he was looking to transfer to an Ivy League school. So this discussion about academics and financial aid packages appears a bit foolish at best.
  11. Is when Stanford University will begin their fall 2020 Autumn quarter (which is only 2 months in length). The start date is September 14, 2020 and it ends Nov. 20, 2020. I bring this up because of the status of Real Woods and Shane Griffith. Woods entered the NCAA transfer portal within days of the announcement that the 2020-2021 season would be the LAST season for the Stanford wrestling team. Shane Griffith has not entered the NCAA transfer portal and appears to be staying at Stanford for their last wrestling season. But as it pertains to Real Woods one has to wonder if he is, in fact, going to transfer elsewhere, or simply stay put at Stanford. With only 3 weeks to go before classes begin at Stanford it would seem he's running out of time to transfer elsewhere. I'm a little shocked that Woods is the ONLY Stanford wrestler who has entered the transfer portal. At least he's the only one I know of to date who has entered the transfer portal.
  12. Namely Little Rock and Cal State Univ. at Bakersfield. CSUB wrestling team roster for 2020-2021 season Little Rock wrestling team roster for 2020-2021 season Underclassmen who were on the 2020 Little Rock wrestling team roster who appear to be missing on the 2021 Little Rock wrestling team roster are the following: 133 lbs - Cody Mirander - 2020 True FR from Allen, TX 141 lbs - Trent Dooley - 2020 True FR from Allen, TX 149 lbs - Korbin Riedel - 2020 True FR from Tonganoxie, KS 174 lbs - Cash Jones - 2020 True FR from Bentonville, AR (He was the starter for Little Rock at 174 lbs last season) 197 lbs - Steve Elwell - 2020 True FR from from Knob Noster, MO 285 lbs - Gunner Cash - 2020 Junior from Shawnee, OK 285 lbs - Miles Santiago - 2020 True FR from Sunset, LA Wrestlers who are listed as members of the 2021 Little Rock wrestling team by WrestleStat who are NOT listed on the updated Little Rock roster for 2021 are: 174 lbs - Triston Willis - 2021 RS FR - Transfer from Oklahoma State (according to a number of articles from May of this year) 197 lbs - Bear Hughes - 2021 RS JR - Transfer from Oklahoma State (according to a number of article from June of this year)
  13. And they also have delayed the start of a number of Olympic sports in the M.A.C. I have to wonder if this will carry-over to the schools in the M.A.C. with wrestling teams. Those M.A.C. wrestling programs are: Buffalo, Central Michigan, Kent State, Northern Illinois, Ohio, and affiliate members Missouri (since 2013) and SIU Edwardsville (since 2018). https://www.freep.com/story/sports/college/2020/08/08/mid-american-conference-cancels-fall-football-season/3326139001/
  14. Trying to argue or discuss anything with someone who is on a mission to prove how utterly clueless they are is - in a nutshell - a waste of time & energy. So I, for one, won't bother to do so.
  15. Then your understanding is lacking. From an online discussion on this from last January: "QUESTION - Do Ivy Leagues accept transfer students?" "ANSWER - YES, YOU CAN GET INTO AN IVY LEAGUE COLLEGE, like Harvard, Princeton, or Yale…by transferring. ... In other words, if you need that spelled out — it's easier to get in to the Ivy League, and the Ivy League's top schools (Princeton, Harvard, Yale) as a transfer student."
  16. Sounded like Real Woods is wanting to transfer to an Ivy League school and that's why he entered the transfer portal when he did as there are certain Ivy League rules regarding transfers that entered into that decision.
  17. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fGoB0werTE Including Jackson DiSario, his father, Nick Stemmet, Judah Duhm, Gabe Dinette and Real Woods.
  18. https://www.forbes.com/sites/karenweaver/2020/07/19/can-2020-get-any-crazier-now-theres-word-of-a-college-football-boycott/#5f55e52521bf Additionally there is a lot of "rumbling" that U.S.C. is seriously considering leaving the PAC 12 for the Big 12.
  19. Moved up 22 lbs from Junior year to Senior year? From 160 to 182 lbs. Yikes. Have to wonder what they've been feeding that boy.
  20. Winnemucca? Oh I guess you are referring to the town that I refer to as LOSE-A-MUCHA
  21. Lots of unhappy folks in the PAC 12 - especially towards the nitwit who they chose as their commissioner. https://www.oregonlive.com/sports/john_canzano/2020/07/canzano-pac-12-presidents-and-chancellors-put-the-squeeze-on-conference-headquarters.html
  22. What you fail to take into account here is that EVERY team in the conference would have the option of having one (or two) of these three team duals. Also I did mention that they could add a non-conference dual to have at least two duals per team.
  23. What you fail to take into account here is that EVERY team in the conference would have the option of having one (or two) of these three team duals. Also I did mention that they could add a non-conference dual to have at least two duals per team.
  24. You and I MAY be referring to two different things here. When I referred (above) to CONFERENCE three team duals what I was referring to was School A hosts the dual. Schools B and C compete against School A but do NOT dual against one another at School A. Say each school does that once or twice per season. That gives them two matches and only use one of the NCAA limited dates to do so. I'm thinking you were referring to all three schools having a dual on the same day against the other two teams. If they bring in another (non-conference) school and have them dual all three schools all the better as then all schools involved would have at least two matches in one day.
  25. I have been a proponent of three team duals (in conference) for a long time. To me it makes a LOT of sense to do that. Don't know about 4 team duals tho. Just because I am a Boise State fan (and therefore a Mtn. West fan) I'll throw another log on this fire and suggest that MAYBE the Mountain West Conference could be convinced to add wrestling as a Conference sport. Three of the current Mtn. West schools have a wrestling team (Air Force, Fresno State and Wyoming). IF the PAC 12 were to fold up their wrestling "tent" that MIGHT be an alternative to the MPSF - IF the Mtn West could be talked into doing that. However, that having been said, the long-time Mtn. West Commissioner doesn't seem open to any new ideas similar to that. The term "stick in the mud" applies pretty well to Craig Thompson. I have a question for those who are knowledgeable about Big 12 Conference wrestling. Am I correct in my assumption that the Big 12 wrestling conference championships are ALWAYS held in Tulsa, Oklahoma? If so - WHY? To me that seems like a good reason to NOT be affiliated with the Big 12 for wrestling.
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