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  1. Saturday Morning Results AA 7th Boo Lewallen (OKST) 21-2 Over (12) Henry Pohlmeyer (SDSU) 22-5 By Score 8-5 (last head to head score) Boo secures the trifecta this season with a repeat win of his Big 12 matchup. AA 5th (2) Austin O’Connor (UNC) 25-1 Over (8) Jarrett Degen (ISU) 16-4 By Score 7 - 3 With the graduating of Ohio State’s Micah Jordan, and last year’s champ Anthony Ashnault of Rutgers, 2020 felt like it could be O’Connor's turn for a national championship. Kolodzik and Lugo got in the way and O’Connor achieved fifth place this season at the NCAAs. AA 3rd (1) Pat Lugo (IOWA) 21-1 Over (3) Sammy Sasso (OHST) 24-3 By Score (last head to head score) Pat Lugo survived a late attack from Ohio State's Sammy Sasso to win 3rd place at the NCAAs. Championship Finals are scheduled for Saturday night.
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  4. Saturday Morning Results Wrestleback Rd 6 - Semifinals (1) Pat Lugo (IOWA) 21-1 Over (2) Austin O’Connor (UNC) 25-1 By Score 8-4 (last head to head score) (3) Sammy Sasso (OHST) 24-3 Over (8) Jarrett Degen (ISU) 16-4 By Score 8 - 6
  5. Friday Night Results Championship Rd 4 - Semifinals (4) Brock Mauller (MIZZ) 29-1 Over (8) Jarrett Degen (ISU) 16-4 By Score 8 - 6 After solidifying his spot on the podium, No. 8 Degen took on a familiar foe in No. 4 Brock Mauller of Missouri. Degen got the better of Mauller in two earlier meetings, but Mauller writes the script in this one, defeating Degen by 8-6 decision. (6) Matthew Kolodzik (PRIN) 14-0 Over (2) Austin O’Connor (UNC) 25-1 By Score 3-2 (last head to head score) Last year, Kolodzik beat this year’s No. 1 seed, Iowa’s Pat Lugo, twice. He also defeated the No. 2 seed, North Carolina’s Austin O’Connor, and fourth-seeded Brock Mauller of Missouri. “I’ve been around Kolodzik since high school, we trained at the same clubs and he’s a winner,” said sophomore 125-pounder Pat Glory. “It might not always be the prettiest, but he wins matches. I was really excited for him because that weight class was wide open. He’s beaten Lugo multiple times. I was surprised to see him seeded so low because I thought he was the No. 1 guy in that weight class.” Nj.com
  6. Friday Evening Results Wrestlebacks Rd 4 - Bloodround (5) Boo Lewallen (OKST) 21-2 Over (7) Brayton Lee (MINN) 25-6 By Score 8 - 5 (1) Pat Lugo (IOWA) 21-1 Over (11) Brock Zacherl (CLAR) 22-4 By Score 11 - 3 MD* (12) Henry Pohlmeyer (SDSU) 22-5 Over (10) Kanen Storr (MICH) 17-5 By Score 1 - 0*** Upset Alert (3) Sammy Sasso (OHST) 24-3 Over (23) Graham Rooks (IND) 16-10 By Score 14 - 4 MD Wrestlebacks Rd 5 - Quarterfinals (1) Pat Lugo (IOWA) 21-1 Over (5) Boo Lewallen (OKST) 21-2 By Fall 2:22** (3) Sammy Sasso (OHST) 24-3 Over (12) Henry Pohlmeyer (SDSU) 22-5 By Score 9 - 3** *Picked a common victory score from wrestlestat for the favored wrestler. **Used last head to head score per wrestlestat. ***Pohl wrestled Sasso better than Storr.
  7. Friday Morning Results Wrestlebacks Round 2 (17) Colston DiBlasi (GMU) 32-10 Over (15) Kizhan Clarke (AMER) 37-7 By Score 4-1** Upset Alert (7) Brayton Lee (MINN) 25-6 Over (24) Russell Rohlfing (CSUB) 22-7 By Score 8-7** (11) Brock Zacherl (CLAR) 22-4 Over (21) Alec Hagan (OHIO) 31-11 By Score 5-3* (14) Andrew Alirez (UNCO) 24-4 Over (20) Bryce Andonian (VT) 18-6 By Score 8 - 7 (13) Max Thomsen (UNI) 20-8 Over (19) Jarod Verkleeren (PSU) 17-8 By Score 5-3** (12) Henry Pohlmeyer (SDSU) 22-5 Over (22) Tanner Smith (CHAT) 25-9 By Score 4-1* (23) Graham Rooks (IND) 16-10 Over (9) Collin Purinton (NEB) 18-9 By Score 3-2** Upset Alert (16) Griffin Parriott (PUR) 16-11 Over (18) Jonathan Millner (APP) 31-4 By Score 7-5* Wrestlebacks Round 3 (7) Brayton Lee (MINN) 25-6 Over (17) Colston DiBlasi (GMU) 32-10 By Score 5-4* (11) Brock Zacherl (CLAR) 22-4 Over (14) Andrew Alirez (UNCO) 24-4 By Score 7-5* (12) Henry Pohlmeyer (SDSU) 22-5 Over (13) Max Thomsen (UNI) 20-8 By Score 1-0** (23) Graham Rooks (IND) 16-10 Over (16) Griffin Parriott (PUR) 16-11 By Score 7 - 5 Upset Alert Championship Round 3 Redshirt senior Patricio Lugo, a Florida native, began his career at Edinboro before transferring to Iowa. He had some success for the Fighting Scots, reaching the round of 12 at NCAAs and claiming a win over Iowa’s own starter at 149, the first-rate Brandon Sorensen. However, he was reportedly unsatisfied that he had not broken through as an All-American in his first two years, and the program fell apart in the year after he left. After redshirting in 2017-18, he entered the lineup for his new team and had a solid junior season, earning the 10 seed at the national tournament and then reaching the podium for the first time with an 8th place finish. mmasucka match preview Jarret Degen is a redshirt junior who hails from Montana. After taking a redshirt year at Virginia Tech, he followed head coach Kevin Dresser (and assistant Derek St. John) in switching to Iowa State. He made serious improvement over the course of his freshman season, reaching the round of 12 as an unseeded wrestler. He picked up where he left off the next year, earning the eight seed and finishing 7th. The first thing about Degen is that he is very tall. For a 149 lb wrestler, he’s a skyscraper. mmasucka match preview (8) Jarrett Degen (ISU) 16-4 Over (1) Pat Lugo (IOWA) 21-1 By Score 4-3*** Upset Alert (4) Brock Mauller (MIZZ) 29-1 Over (5) Boo Lewallen (OKST) 21-2 By Score 9 - 6 (6) Matthew Kolodzik (PRIN) 14-0 Over (3) Sammy Sasso (OHST) 24-3 By Score 2-1**** Upset Alert (2) Austin O`Connor (UNC) 25-1 Over(10) Kanen Storr (MICH) 17-5 By Score 5-2 *Picked a common victory score from wrestlestat for the favored wrestler. **Used last head to head score per wrestlestat. ***Degen beat Lugo 2 out of 3 times. ****Why not SR over FR?
  8. Thursday Evening Results Wrestleback Pigtail (30) Tyshawn Williams (SIUE) 13-9 Over (33) Chon Porter (CIT) 22-19 By Score 5-2* Wrestleback Round 1 (17) Colston DiBlasi (GMU) 32-10 Over (32) Greg Gaxiola (FS) 20-10 By Score 3-2* (24) Russell Rohlfing (CSUB) 22-7 Over (25) Hunter Richard (COR) 25-10 By Score 4-3* (21) Alec Hagan (OHIO) 31-11 Over (28) Jimmy Hoffman (LEH) 19-7 By Score 6 - 4 (22) Bryce Andonian (VT) 18-6 Over (29) Jared Prince (NAVY) 8-2 By Score 5-3* (19) Jarod Verkleeren (PSU) 17-8 Over (30) Tyshawn Williams (SIUE) 13-9 By Score 6-2* (22) Tanner Smith (CHAT) 25-9 Over (27) Yahya Thomas (NW) 16-8 By Score 6 - 5 (23) Graham Rooks (IND) 16-10 Over (26) Cole Martin (WISC) 16-11 By Score 4-3** (18) Jonathan Millner (APP) 31-4 Over (31) Alex Hrisopoulos (MSU) 16-15 By Score 6-1* Thursday Night Results Championship Round 2 (1) Pat Lugo (IOWA) 21-1 Over(16) Griffin Parriott (PUR) 16-11 By Score 6-1* (8) Jarrett Degen (ISU) 16-4 Over(9) Collin Purinton (NEB) 18-9 By Score 10-9** (5) Boo Lewallen (OKST) 21-2 Over(12) Henry Pohlmeyer (SDSU) 22-5 By Score 8-5** (4) Brock Mauller (MIZZ) 29-1 Over (13) Max Thomsen (UNI) 20-8 By Score 3-1** (3) Sammy Sasso (OHST) 24-3 Over (14) Andrew Alirez (UNCO) 24-4 By Score 12 - 4 MD (6) Matthew Kolodzik (PRIN) 14-0 Over (11) Brock Zacherl (CLAR) 22-4 By Score 4-2* (10) Kanen Storr (MICH) 17-5 Over (7) Brayton Lee (MINN) 25-6 By Score 6 - 5 Upset Alert (2) Austin O`Connor (UNC) 25-1 Over (15) Kizhan Clarke (AMER) 37-7 By Score 5-3** *Picked a common victory score from wrestlestat for the favored wrestler. **Used last head to head score per wrestlestat.
  9. For 197, a ghost member has been waiting a couple weeks for a moderator to approve or deny his posts... edit: ghost member's post is gone, no copy is available, and no communication from the moderator or admin. What a killjoy and effort-loss.
  10. A different sort of culture that has my crew giggling years later. Classic wrestling warm up song. I am the baddest of them all... When you are out at the club.... do the CreeP
  11. 125lbs | 133lbs | 141lbs | 149lbs | 157lbs | 165lbs | 184lbs | 197lbs | 285lbs | Discussion http://digital.learfieldimgcollege.com/ncaa-division-i-wrestling-championships-commemorative.html Thursday Morning Results Championship Pigtail (32) Greg Gaxiola (FS) 20-10 Over (33) Chon Porter (CIT) 22-19 By Score 8 - 7 Championship Round 1 (1) Pat Lugo (IOWA) 21-1 Over (32) Greg Gaxiola (FS) 20-10 By Score 16-3 MD* (16) Griffin Parriott (PUR) 16-11 Over (17) Colston DiBlasi (GMU) 32-10 By Score 5-3* (9) Collin Purinton (NEB) 18-9 Over (24) Russell Rohlfing (CSUB) 22-7 By Score 11-9** (8) Jarrett Degen (ISU) 16-4 Over (25) Hunter Richard (COR) 25-10 By Score 13 - 4 MD (5) Boo Lewallen (OKST) 21-2 Over (28) Jimmy Hoffman (LEH) 19-7 By Score 9 - 5 (12) Henry Pohlmeyer (SDSU) 22-5 Over (21) Alec Hagan (OHIO) 31-11 By Score 7-0** (13) Max Thomsen (UNI) 20-8 Over (22) Bryce Andonian (VT) 18-6 By Score 6-1* (4) Brock Mauller (MIZZ) 29-1 Over (29) Jared Prince (NAVY) 8-2 By Score 6-4* (3) Sammy Sasso (OHST) 24-3 Over (30) Tyshawn Williams (SIUE) 13-9 By Score 16-7MD* (14) Andrew Alirez (UNCO) 24-4 Over (19) Jarod Verkleeren (PSU) 17-8 By Score 7 - 4 (11) Brock Zacherl (CLAR) 22-4 Over (22) Tanner Smith (CHAT) 25-9 By Score 5-3* (6) Matthew Kolodzik (PRIN) 14-0 Over (27) Yahya Thomas (NW) 16-8 By Score 6-0* (7) Brayton Lee (MINN) 25-6 Over (26) Cole Martin (WISC) 16-11 By Score 7-4** (10) Kanen Storr (MICH) 17-5 Over (23) Graham Rooks (IND) 16-10 By Score 6 - 4 (15) Kizhan Clarke (AMER) 37-7 Over (18) Jonathan Millner (APP) 31-4 By Score 4-2* (2) Austin O`Connor (UNC) 25-1 Over (31) Alex Hrisopoulos (MSU) 16-15 By Score 14-4MD* *Picked a common victory score from wrestlestat for the favored wrestler. **Used last head to head score per wrestlestat.
  12. It looks like the the wrestlestat compare/predictions for seniors was removed in preparation for next season. This broke all existing links with referenced seniors and prevents data collection for the remaining brackets. I'll use the wrestlestat predictions for current wrestlers and go with the higher ranked wrestlers straight-up for the early rounds. For the later rounds, we'll figure out something based on 1.1 matchups from the past or insert drama for fun. Edit: This is unfortunate. Like 10% of the automation works... and I'm not going to manual style the results that are one by one look ups. I suppose one thing this broken automation tells us is that like 80% of national qualifiers must be seniors.
  13. Listed are wrestlers whose first AA was a national championship, that have only one championship, and that later AAed again. I did not research what class (freshman, etc.) they won their first championship. Wrestler College 1 Champ 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AA Count First AA Last AA Mark Hall Penn State 1 2 3 2017 2019 Myles Martin Ohio State 1 Frosh 1 1 1 4 2016 2019 Nathan Tomasello Ohio State 1 Frosh 3 4 2015 2018 Jason Tsirtsis Northwestern 1 1 1 3 2014 2018 Jarrod King Edinboro 1 1 2 2009 2010 Mark Ellis Missouri 1 1 2 2009 2010 Paul Donahoe Nebraska 1 1 1 3 2007 2009 Dustin Schlatter Minnesota 1 1 1 3 2006 2008 Doug Schwab Iowa 1 1 1 3 1999 2001 Kirk White Boise State 1 1 1 3 1999 2001 Ernest Benion Illinois 1 1 1 3 1995 1997 Tolly Thompson Nebraska 1 2 3 1995 1997 Brad Penrith Iowa 1 2 3 1986 1988 Matt Reiss North Carolina State 1 1 2 1980 1981 Brad Smith Iowa 1 1 2 1976 1976 Evan Johnson Minnesota 1 1 2 1976 1977 Jim Bennett Yale 1 1 2 1975 1976 Mike Lieberman Lehigh 1 1 2 1975 1976 Bill Simpson Clarion 1 1 2 1973 1974 Don Rohn Clarion 1 1 1 3 1973 1976 Larry Owings Washington 1 2 3 1970 1972 Bill Stuart Lehigh 1 1 2 1965 1966 Tadaaki Hatta Oklahoma State 1 1 2 1965 1966 Jerry Stanley Oklahoma 1 1 2 1964 1966 Mike Sager Oklahoma 1 1 1 3 1964 1966 Phil Kinyon Oklahoma State 1 2 3 1961 1963
  14. Chad Zaputil was a three-time Big Ten champion, a three-time NCAA tournament finalist and a three-time All-American. He had a career record of 109-8-1 and helped the University of Iowa win three NCAA championships in 1991, 1992 and 1993. Chad was a two-time state champion and a three-time state finalist at Centerville High School in Centerville, Iowa. COLIN KILRAIN, Lehigh ’82: in June, 2014 Navy Rear Admiral Colin Kilrain was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in the category of career achievement. He’s also one of the greatest wrestlers so inducted. Kilrain (NCAA 3,3,3) defeated three Olympic champions (John Peterson, Ed and Lou Banach), one future World Champion (Bill Scherr) plus NCAA titlist Pete Bush. He beat Bush, 11-1, in a dual at Iowa two months before an upset fall to the Hawkeye in the NCAA semi-finals. Kilrain was twice NCAA #1 seed and his last three years’ record was 70-4. One of four EIWA wrestlers who’ve won titles at three weights, Colin won four finals by 7-1; 9-0; 15-3 and WBF vs. rivals with 11 league finals. Kilrain was named OW as senior and claimed the Fletcher Award for career points. Bart Chelesvig was a three-time Big Ten runner-up as a wrestler at the University of Iowa, finishing in third place at the NCAA Division I Championships at 167 pounds (1990) and twice at 177 pounds (1991, 1992). Chelesvig served as head assistant wrestling coach at the University of Wisconsin from 1993-2009, assisting with office operations, organizing fundraising and outreach opportunities and working in all training, recruiting and scheduling aspects. He helped develop and coach 31 All-Americans during his tenure with the Badgers. JaMarr Billman competed for two seasons at Lock Haven University, where he complied a 61-7 record and earned All-America honors twice by finishing fifth at 149 pounds at the NCAA championships in 2001 and 2002. Billman also won the Eastern Wrestling League and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championships at Lock Haven in 2001 and 2002. Billman transferred to Lock Haven from Penn State, where he compiled a 56-6 record. He earned All-America honors after placing fifth at 142 pounds at the NCAA championships as a true freshman in 1998. Rande Stottlemyer's strong ties and success in the sport of wrestling date back to his high school career at Hickory High School in nearby Hermitage, Pa., where he was a PIAA state runner-up and two-time Junior National Freestyle wrestling champion. Following a stellar scholastic career at Hickory, Stottlemyer enrolled at the University of Pittsburgh, where he became a three-time NCAA All-American, achieving that level of distinction only one year before becoming a full-time assistant coach to then Panther wrestling coach Dave Adams. As a collegian, Stottlemyer put together a record of 68-16-2, won one EWL title and served as team captain for each of his varsity seasons. Your candidates for Consistency of being the Champion's Thorn goes to... Name College AA Count Place From To Bob Fehrs Michigan 3 2 1965 1967 Chad Zaputil Iowa 3 2 1991 1993 Colin Kilrain Lehigh 3 3 1980 1982 Bart Chelesvig Iowa 3 3 1990 1992 JaMarr Billman Lock Haven 3 5 1998 2002 Rande Stottlemyer Pittsburgh 3 6 1974 1978
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