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IMO you cant put a ceiling on Eierman.  His style and abilities on the mat make him able to take anyone out.  He is one of those wrestlers that would lose to mckenna by a major and then next match beat him...ya just never know.  If he is on the other side of yianni come march...I'm liable to pick him to get to the finals.

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4 hours ago, Warren_Haynes said:

The three consecutive starters from 141-157 are all from the same high school (Fater Tolton Catholic) and club team (Eierman Elite.) 

 

Most interesting part is that Tolton usually fields a program of about 15 kids total. 

The size of Tolton isn't all that relevant. Tolton historically has just been an extension of Eierman wrestlers that live in the Columbia area. It isn't as if the school is organically producing any talent. Also, Jacques won state titles at Kirksville and Owensville before ever coming to Tolton.

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Missouri improves their Dual record to 11-0 by defeating MAC opponent Ohio, 30-12.

Notes:

1) Missouri does not wrestle 4 Starters (Smith-125,  Erneste-133,  Eierman-141,  Wisman-184)  

2) Colby Smith did not weigh-in at 133 as expected per Press Release.  

3) Lewis bumps up to 184 and gets the Fall

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125: Laney (O) dec Punke (M), sv

133: Guillen (O) wins via Forf

141: Kelly (O) dec Hart (M), 2-0

149: Mauller (M) dec A. Hagan (O), 6-1

157: Jacques (M) wbf Carson (O)

165: Flynn (M) dec Yinger (O), 6-5

174: Fortuna (M) dec Stanley (O), 10-4

184: Lewis (M) wbf Yeargan (O)

197: Koelling (M) wbf Naples (O)

285: Elam (M) dec Parker (O), 2-0

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On 1/11/2019 at 8:41 AM, JBluegill133 said:

IMO you cant put a ceiling on Eierman.  His style and abilities on the mat make him able to take anyone out.  He is one of those wrestlers that would lose to mckenna by a major and then next match beat him...ya just never know.  If he is on the other side of yianni come march...I'm liable to pick him to get to the finals.

I just don’t see how he beats McKenna. McKenna knows Eierman’s style well. He has to stay conservative and pick his shots when he can finish cleanly. He is technically sound enough to do that all day vs Eierman. 

Eierman always has a chance, but I think he has a worse chance vs McKenna than Yianni and I’m picking Yianni to win it all. Styles make matches and Eierman is at a weight with two guys that have the style to beat him. 

I think Eierman has a great shot at winning 149, if he has the size for it. 

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4 hours ago, Housebuye said:

I missed this dual. How did Elam look?

He did nothing on his feet.  He did ride out for the whole 2nd period which was nice, and got his escape in the 3rd for the 2-0 final.  Parker is an NCAA qualifier and is not bad, but is nothing special either.  Should have won by more than 2-0.

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The following is Mizzou's Press Release for Thursday nights Home Dual versus Northern Iowa. 

Of Note :

No 184 pounder listed for Missouri.  Wisman has not wrestled since South Beach.  Marriott perhaps ?

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COLUMBIA, Mo. – No. 5 Mizzou Wrestling will face one of its largest tests of the season as 14th-ranked Northern Iowa comes to the Hearnes Center for a 7 p.m. dual Thursday (Jan. 17). Mizzou is a perfect 11-0 this season has won 31 consecutive duals dating back to the 2016-17 season and Northern Iowa  was actually the last team to defeat the Tigers, a 25-10 decision at the Hearnes Center on Feb. 12, 2017. Northern Iowa comes into Thursday's dual at 2-3 overall in dual competition this season, but has four wrestlers ranked in their respective weight classes.

Thursday's dual will feature four bouts that will pit ranked wrestler vs. ranked wrestler, including a pair of top-10 bouts. Third-ranked 141-pounder Jaydin Eierman will face ninth-ranked Josh Alber and fourth-ranked 174-pounder Daniel Lewis will face eighth-ranked Taylor Lujan of UNI, highlighting what should be an exciting dual. The complete lineups for both teams are below.

  • 125 Pounds – Dack Punke (6-4) vs. Jay Schwarm
  • 133 Pounds – #10 John Erneste (11-3) vs. Jack Skudlarczyk
  • 141 Pounds – #3 Jaydin Eierman (15-1) vs. #9 Josh Alber
  • 149 Pounds – #11 Brock Mauller (20-1) vs. #8 Max Thomsen
  • 157 Pounds – #16 Jarrett Jacques (18-5) vs. Paden Moore or Patrick Schoenfelder
  • 165 Pounds – #13 Connor Flynn (13-3) vs. #11 Bryce Steiert
  • 174 Pounds – #4 Daniel Lewis (16-1) vs. #8 Taylor Lujan
  • 184 Pounds – TBA vs. #9 Drew Foster
  • 197 Pounds – #16 Wyatt Koelling (13-7) vs. Tyrell Gordon
  • 285 Pounds – #16 Zach Elam (16-5) vs. Carter Isley or Izaak Shedenhelm

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1 hour ago, Show_Me said:

The following is Mizzou's Press Release for Thursday nights Home Dual versus Northern Iowa. 

Of Note :

No 184 pounder listed for Missouri.  Wisman has not wrestled since South Beach.  Marriott perhaps ?

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COLUMBIA, Mo. – No. 5 Mizzou Wrestling will face one of its largest tests of the season as 14th-ranked Northern Iowa comes to the Hearnes Center for a 7 p.m. dual Thursday (Jan. 17). Mizzou is a perfect 11-0 this season has won 31 consecutive duals dating back to the 2016-17 season and Northern Iowa  was actually the last team to defeat the Tigers, a 25-10 decision at the Hearnes Center on Feb. 12, 2017. Northern Iowa comes into Thursday's dual at 2-3 overall in dual competition this season, but has four wrestlers ranked in their respective weight classes.

Thursday's dual will feature four bouts that will pit ranked wrestler vs. ranked wrestler, including a pair of top-10 bouts. Third-ranked 141-pounder Jaydin Eierman will face ninth-ranked Josh Alber and fourth-ranked 174-pounder Daniel Lewis will face eighth-ranked Taylor Lujan of UNI, highlighting what should be an exciting dual. The complete lineups for both teams are below.

  • 125 Pounds – Dack Punke (6-4) vs. Jay Schwarm
  • 133 Pounds – #10 John Erneste (11-3) vs. Jack Skudlarczyk
  • 141 Pounds – #3 Jaydin Eierman (15-1) vs. #9 Josh Alber
  • 149 Pounds – #11 Brock Mauller (20-1) vs. #8 Max Thomsen
  • 157 Pounds – #16 Jarrett Jacques (18-5) vs. Paden Moore or Patrick Schoenfelder
  • 165 Pounds – #13 Connor Flynn (13-3) vs. #11 Bryce Steiert
  • 174 Pounds – #4 Daniel Lewis (16-1) vs. #8 Taylor Lujan
  • 184 Pounds – TBA vs. #9 Drew Foster
  • 197 Pounds – #16 Wyatt Koelling (13-7) vs. Tyrell Gordon
  • 285 Pounds – #16 Zach Elam (16-5) vs. Carter Isley or Izaak Shedenhelm

Solid dual. Missouri wins by a lot but the matches are mostly close 

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Missouri improves their Dual record to 12-0 by defeating ex-MAC opponent N. Iowa, 29-12.

Notes:

1) Missouri extends their Dual winning streak to 32 consecutive. 

2) Missouri forfeits at 184.  

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125: Punke (M) dec Schwarm (UNI), 6-2

133: Erneste (M) wbf Skudlarczyk (UNI)

141: Alber (UNI) dec Eierman (M), 4-2

149: Mauller (M) dec Thomsen (UNI), 9-3

157: Jacques (M) MDec Schoenfelder (UNI), 12-4

165: Steiert (UNI) dec Flynn (M), 7-1

174: Lewis (M) wbf Lujan (UNI)

184: Foster (UNI) wins via Forfeit

197: Koelling (M) dec Gordon (UNI), 5-1

285: Elam (M) Mdec Shedenhelm (UNI), 11-2

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The following is Mizzou's Press Release for the Saturday afternoon Home Dual versus MAC opponent, Central Michigan. 

Of Note :

1) The event will be held at Mizzou arena (not Hearnes Center).

2) Big matches at 125, 157, & 285.

3) With 184 being TBA, will Mizzou repeat what they did at Ohio U. (Fortuna @ 174 & bump Lewis up to 184) ?

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COLUMBIA, Mo. – Fifth-ranked Mizzou Wrestling, winner of its last 32 duals, closes out a two-match homestand Saturday at it hosts Central Michigan as part of the Beauty & The Beast event, alongside No. 10 Mizzou Gymnastics. The unique event will be held at 1 p.m. inside Mizzou Arena and features a pair of top-10 ranked Mizzou teams in Wrestling and Gymnastics. Mizzou Wrestling will be broadcast live on ESPN3 for fans who are unable to attend.

Tiger Style is coming off a 29-12 drubbing of No. 14 Northern Iowa Thursday, winning seven of 10 bouts while forfeiting at 184. The Tigers are a perfect 12-0 this season and have defeated Central Michigan once during its current 32-match win streak, a 29-6 decision last year. Mizzou is 6-4-1 all-time against Central Michigan, which comes into Saturday's dual at 2-3 on the year, most recently falling to Old Dominion on Jan. 4. Mizzou defeated Old Dominion, 40-3, earlier this season. Mizzou is 5-1 against Central Michigan since joining the MAC and has won the last five against the Chippewas.

The featured match Saturday will be at heavyweight as Mizzou true freshman No. 16 Zach Elam will face a top-15 opponent in No. 14 Matt Stencel, who is 16-4 on the year. Elam comes into the dual at 17-5. Below are the complete projected lineups for the dual.

  • 125 Pounds – Dack Punke (7-4) vs. Drew Hildebrandt (11-7)
  • 133 Pounds – #10 John Erneste (12-3) vs. Brock Bergelin (5-10) or Deven Perez (7-5)
  • 141 Pounds – #3 Jaydin Eierman (15-3) vs.  Drew Marten (6-9)
  • 149 Pounds – #11 Brock Mauller (21-1) vs. Dresden Simon (3-8) or Luke Raczkowski (2-6)
  • 157 Pounds – #16 Jarrett Jacques (19-5) vs. Logan Parks (16-7)
  • 165 Pounds – #13 Connor Flynn (14-4) vs. Bret Fedewa (6-10) or Blake Montrie (4-6) or Sage Castillo (4-3)
  • 174 Pounds – #4 Daniel Lewis (17-1) vs. Collin Lieber (6-11)
  • 184 Pounds – TBA vs. Jordan Atienza (10-7) or Jacob Gray (2-7)
  • 197 Pounds – #16 Wyatt Koelling (14-7) vs. Landon Pelham (5-9)
  • 285 Pounds – #16 Zach Elam (17-5) vs. #14 Matt Stencel (16-4)

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Missouri improves their Dual record to 13-0 by defeating MAC opponent C. Michigan, 32-15.

Notes:

1) Missouri extends their Dual winning streak to 33 consecutive. 

2) Missouri forfeits (again) at 184.  

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125: Hildebrandt (CMU) dec Punke (M), sv

133: Erneste (M) wbf Perez (CMU)

141: Eierman (M) wbf Simon (CMU)

149: Mauller (M) dec Simon (CMU), 9-5

157: Jacques (M) wbf Raczkowski (CMU)

165: Flynn (M) TF Fedewa (CMU)

174: Fortuna (M) dec Lieber (CMU), 6-3

184: Atienza (CMU) wins via Forfeit

197: Koelling (M) dec Pelham (CMU), UNI), 5-3

285: Stencel (CMU) wbf Elam (M)

Edited by Show_Me

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3 minutes ago, Housebuye said:

Elam really falling apart on the back half of the season. What’s going on? Does he need to take a few matches off?

True Freshman & undersized at 285.

With that being said, I was there, & it was a close match before the Fall.

Zach will be fine.

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31 minutes ago, Housebuye said:

Elam really falling apart on the back half of the season. What’s going on? Does he need to take a few matches off?

Decent match vs a ranked opponent.  2-3 in the third, Elam went for a double and Stencel chin dropped him back.  Elam almost rolled him through, but ended up on his back.  The 30 pound difference may have been a factor there.  No excuses since he's wrestling heavy, just saying.

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9 hours ago, Show_Me said:

True Freshman & undersized at 285.

With that being said, I was there, & it was a close match before the Fall.

Zach will be fine.

He started the season 14-1 with 3 ranked wins and 1 inranked loss  

Since then he is 3-5 with no ranked wins and multiple unranked losses 

his performance has changed in the second half of the season

He rally impressed me early on, especially for a true freshman at hvwt. I am confident Missouri has found their long term hvwt solution, which they badly need. I think his last couple weeks are a bit concerning and hope everything is ok

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