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Some interesting matches today in a two pool (6 wrestlers) format per bracket.   Many weights had five or more brackets (A,B,C,D,E, etc) - not sure but seems like the A pools were the higher seeded guys.  

Jaret Lane looked pretty good for Lehigh with 3 pins at 125 to win 125A.

Michael Colaiocco won the day at 133A bracket including wins over Shaner of Oregon State and a closer match (4-0) over Devan Turner of Oregon State for 1st.

Desden Simon of CMU 12-7 over Willits for 1st in the 141A bracket.  141B was won by Tom Deck of Army (cool wrestlename) 7-5 over Andrew Marten of CMU.

PJ Ogunsanya won 6-3 over CMU's Munson for #1 at 149A.  He had a 15-4 major over Hoffman of Lehigh and a pin in the pool round.

Johnny Lovett of CMU 4-2 over Hunter Willits of OSU for 1st at 157A.  In earlier pool wrestling, Penn's Doug Zapf beat All American Josh Humphreys 9-8 with 3 td's in the third and then Humphrey's med forfeited out for the day.  Hope he is ok - did not obviously look injured in his last match.

Brian Meyer of Lehigh won his pool and beat Lucas Revano of Penn 2-1 for 1st among 6 wrestler of the 165A pools.  Noah Grover of Buffalo beat his teammate Nivison for 1st at 165B.  Dalton Harkins (frosh) for Army won at 165C. 

Josh Kim had a good day for Harvard at 174A - 2-1 over Reece Heller of Hofstra. Nick Incontrerra (Penn) won the 174B weight - 13-2 in the final over OSU's Olmos.

Brad Laughlin of Army won 184A 3-2 over Charles Small of Hofstra.  1184 B was won by Donovan Ball of Penn State, 3-2 over McKinney of OSU.

Michael Beard looked pretty sharp at 197A with three strong wins, including a major over JT Brown of Army.  He scores a lot of points.  Harvard's Nick Marcenelle won 197B over Cade Dalwitz of CMU. 

Jordan Wood opened up strong with a 4-0 over Gas Tank Gary and 3-1 over Stencel and won 285A (I think just those 3).   Hofstra's Zach Knightom-Ward beat Penn's Ben Goldin 10-6 for 1st in the 285B pool.  There were a ton of other 185 pools and many other pools at the above weights.

 

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24 minutes ago, Elevator said:

Some interesting matches today in a two pool (6 wrestlers) format per bracket.   Many weights had five or more brackets (A,B,C,D,E, etc) - not sure but seems like the A pools were the higher seeded guys.  

Jaret Lane looked pretty good for Lehigh with 3 pins at 125 to win 125A.

Michael Colaiocco won the day at 133A bracket including wins over Shaner of Oregon State and a closer match (4-0) over Devan Turner of Oregon State for 1st.

Desden Simon of CMU 12-7 over Willits for 1st in the 141A bracket.  141B was won by Tom Deck of Army (cool wrestlename) 7-5 over Andrew Marten of CMU.

PJ Ogunsanya won 6-3 over CMU's Munson for #1 at 149A.  He had a 15-4 major over Hoffman of Lehigh and a pin in the pool round.

Johnny Lovett of CMU 4-2 over Hunter Willits of OSU for 1st at 157A.  In earlier pool wrestling, Penn's Doug Zapf beat All American Josh Humphreys 9-8 with 3 td's in the third and then Humphrey's med forfeited out for the day.  Hope he is ok - did not obviously look injured in his last match.

Brian Meyer of Lehigh won his pool and beat Lucas Revano of Penn 2-1 for 1st among 6 wrestler of the 165A pools.  Noah Grover of Buffalo beat his teammate Nivison for 1st at 165B.  Dalton Harkins (frosh) for Army won at 165C. 

Josh Kim had a good day for Harvard at 174A - 2-1 over Reece Heller of Hofstra. Nick Incontrerra (Penn) won the 174B weight - 13-2 in the final over OSU's Olmos.

Brad Laughlin of Army won 184A 3-2 over Charles Small of Hofstra.  1184 B was won by Donovan Ball of Penn State, 3-2 over McKinney of OSU.

Michael Beard looked pretty sharp at 197A with three strong wins, including a major over JT Brown of Army.  He scores a lot of points.  Harvard's Nick Marcenelle won 197B over Cade Dalwitz of CMU. 

Jordan Wood opened up strong with a 4-0 over Gas Tank Gary and 3-1 over Stencel and won 285A (I think just those 3).   Hofstra's Zach Knightom-Ward beat Penn's Ben Goldin 10-6 for 1st in the 285B pool.  There were a ton of other 185 pools and many other pools at the above weights.

 

 

Ogunsanya faces Beau Bartlett Thursday nite. That will give us a good indication of where Bartlett is at. 

Beard is getting a bunch of TD's and they appear to really be pushing him hard. Aside from the major of Brown (2nd at EIWA last year) he had a 14 pt major and a TF. Some PSU fans think he is still having gas tank issues. 

 

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Ogunsanya is a full size 149 lber.  My sense is that Beau's best weight might be 141.  I agree this will be a good indication.  But credit to Beau for Saturday as he was able to wrestle well and looked poised and tough on top.  

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Ogunsanya is a full size 149 lber.  My sense is that Beau's best weight might be 141.  I agree this will be a good indication.  But credit to Beau for Saturday as he was able to wrestle well and looked poised and tough on top.  

 

Beau seems to do better the more aggressive someone is with him; he’s a very strong counter-attacker.

 

If someone doesn’t blow through him and gets stuck underneath, they’ll find him running around back, real fast.

 

Crooks didn’t do much offensively, which meant that Beau’s counter game never got going.

 

 

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