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Stanford's 2022 lineup? MAYBE?

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Rankings are from WrestleStat

125 lbs - # 36 Jackson DiSario - True JR - 2 time NCAA qualifier

133 lbs - # 45 Jason Miranda - True SO

141 lbs - # 7 Real Woods - RS JR - 2021 NCAA top 12 - 2 time NCAA qualifier

149 lbs - # 16 Jaden Abas - RS SO - 2021 NCAA 7th place at 149 lbs -------- OR # 54 Fabian Santillan - True JR

157 lbs - # 16 (at 149 lbs) Jaden Abas - RS SO - 2021 NCAA 7th place at 149 lbs -------- OR # 54 (at 149 lbs) Fabian Santillan - True JR -------- OR # 89 Charlie Darracott - True SO

165 lbs - # 2 Shane Griffith - RS JR - 2021 NCAA champion at 165 lbs

174 lbs - # 35 Tyler Eischens - RS JR - 2020 NCAA qualifier

184 lbs - # 59 Judah Duhm - RS SR ------ OR # 96 Nick Addison - True JR

197 lbs - # 36 Nick Stemmet - True SO - 2021 NCAA qualifier at 197 lbs

285 lbs - # 45 Peter Ming - RS FR

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11 hours ago, ionel said:

OSU dual will be worth watching.

I'm assuming your OSU here is in reference to the Stanford vs Oklahoma State dual on the 13th of next month.  

The Stanford vs. Cornell dual, one week later, will be very interesting as well.   I'd think Oklahoma State will not be challenged by Stanford (unless OSU is beset by injuries) but the Cornell dual should be more competitive.  Especially since Koll was the head coach at Cornell.

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45 minutes ago, Bronco said:

I'm assuming your OSU here is in reference to the Stanford vs Oklahoma State dual on the 13th of next month.  

The Stanford vs. Cornell dual, one week later, will be very interesting as well.   I'd think Oklahoma State will not be challenged by Stanford (unless OSU is beset by injuries) but the Cornell dual should be more competitive.  Especially since Koll was the head coach at Cornell.

Oregon State?

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3 hours ago, Bronco said:

I'm assuming your OSU here is in reference to the Stanford vs Oklahoma State dual on the 13th of next month.  

The Stanford vs. Cornell dual, one week later, will be very interesting as well.   I'd think Oklahoma State will not be challenged by Stanford (unless OSU is beset by injuries) but the Cornell dual should be more competitive.  Especially since Koll was the head coach at Cornell.

The team may not be challenge but there will be a couple really interesting match ups, and yes there is only one OSU in wrestling that other uses a little t.  

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3 hours ago, Bronco said:

I'm assuming your OSU here is in reference to the Stanford vs Oklahoma State dual on the 13th of next month.  

The Stanford vs. Cornell dual, one week later, will be very interesting as well.   I'd think Oklahoma State will not be challenged by Stanford (unless OSU is beset by injuries) but the Cornell dual should be more competitive.  Especially since Koll was the head coach at Cornell.

How do you figure that Stanford wins any match other than 165 and 141 or 149 (depending on where Yianni wrestles)?

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6 minutes ago, NJDan said:

How do you figure that Stanford wins any match other than 165 and 141 or 149 (depending on where Yianni wrestles)?

I didn't say they would win any but 141, 149 & 165 should all be good matches.

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What I know of Stanford's schedule so far:

11-13-2021 - Stanford vs. Oklahoma State (at Stanford)

11-20-2021 - Stanford vs. Cornell (at Cornell)

11-21-2021 - Stanford vs. Binghamton (at Binghamton)

12-03 and 12-04-2021 - Stanford at the Cliff Keen Invitational at Las Vegas, NV

12-19-2021 - Stanford at the Reno T.O.C. - Reno, NV

01-01-2021 - Stanford at the Southern Scuffle - Chattanooga, TN

01-08-2021 - Cal Baptist vs Stanford (at Stanford)

01-15-2021 - Little Rock vs. Stanford (at Stanford)

02-04-2022 - Stanford vs. Arizona State (at ASU)

02-11-2022 - Stanford vs. CS Bakersfield (at Stanford)

02-19-2022 - Stanford vs. Cal Poly (at Cal Poly)

02-20-2022 - Oregon State vs. Stanford (at Stanford)

03-06-2022 - Stanford at the 2022 PAC 12 tournament (at ASU)

03-17-2022 - 2022 N.C.A.A. tournament (at Detroit, MI)

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On 10/18/2021 at 6:45 PM, Bronco said:

Rankings are from WrestleStat

125 lbs - # 36 Jackson DiSario - True JR - 2 time NCAA qualifier

133 lbs - # 45 Jason Miranda - True SO

141 lbs - # 7 Real Woods - RS JR - 2021 NCAA top 12 - 2 time NCAA qualifier

149 lbs - # 16 Jaden Abas - RS SO - 2021 NCAA 7th place at 149 lbs -------- OR # 54 Fabian Santillan - True JR

157 lbs - # 16 (at 149 lbs) Jaden Abas - RS SO - 2021 NCAA 7th place at 149 lbs -------- OR # 54 (at 149 lbs) Fabian Santillan - True JR -------- OR # 89 Charlie Darracott - True SO

165 lbs - # 2 Shane Griffith - RS JR - 2021 NCAA champion at 165 lbs

174 lbs - # 35 Tyler Eischens - RS JR - 2020 NCAA qualifier

184 lbs - # 59 Judah Duhm - RS SR ------ OR # 96 Nick Addison - True JR

197 lbs - # 36 Nick Stemmet - True SO - 2021 NCAA qualifier at 197 lbs

285 lbs - # 45 Peter Ming - RS FR

Love wrestlestat, but lol that they have Marinelli #1

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5 minutes ago, NJDan said:

Curious: who are the 2?

 

Lost in 8th grade to Dylan Ryder 3-2 at the Eastern States Classic (http://armdrag.com/matburn?event=1928&instance=9649), and to someone named Mitchell Seaver in a dual meet that year.

http://matburn.com/teams?team=420&person=53666

Looks like Yianni also only lost twice, also his 8th grade season (both to the same guy).  Vito's only loss was to Yianni in an early state final.

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5 hours ago, klehner said:

No love for a five time NYS champion (Yianni only won four) with a 219-2 record.

It's not that.  This match is a coinflip with DiSario a slight favorite.  Greg is unproven (no college matches), and would be going up against a 2x NCAA qualifier.  Until Greg proves himself, DiSario should be slightly favored.  Would also favor DiSario slightly over Lajoie, because he's ranked higher, though they've never gone head-to-head.  DiSario and Lajoie have similar results against common opponents (losses to Camacho of NC State, Vega of SDSU, Heinselman of Ohio State, and Aguiar of Rutgers; wins over Treaster from Navy and Minnio from Drexel).  Wouldn't surprise me if either beats DiSario, but its not reasonable to say they are both locks to beat him when there is no data supporting that assertion.  

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