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Stainslav Khaitlin

 

All American at 3 schools

 

Triton @ 126 NJCAA

Wartburg @ 133 NCAA Div III

Central Missouri @ 141 NCAA Div II

 

Mr. Khaitlin never wrestled for us. Though the NJCAA record book erroneously has him listed a Triton wrestlers, we're not certain which school he competed for when he earned his accolade.

 

However, Reggie Wilson did accomplish the following:

1984 - NJCAA National Champion for Triton

1986 - NCAA All-American (6th) for Oklahoma State University

1987 - NCAA All-American (5th) for Chicago State University

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Stainslav Khaitlin

 

All American at 3 schools

 

Triton @ 126 NJCAA

Wartburg @ 133 NCAA Div III

Central Missouri @ 141 NCAA Div II

 

Unfortunately the NJCAA book has it wrong. Mr. Khaitlin never wrestled for us. Which school he competed for we do not know at the moment.

 

However, Reggie Wilson accomplished the following:

1984 - NJCAA Champion for Triton

1986 - All-American (6th) for Oklahoma State University

1987 - All-American (5th) for Chicago State University

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I will have to make some calls, I saw him last fall and I know his last coach real well, I will find out where he wrestled as a JC kid.

 

I just poked around the book a bit more and it has Jesse Montez wrestling for Triton College in New Jersey. Jesse, who finished as the runner-up at 126 in 1997, while Stas placed third in the same weight, is one of our guys, from Illinois.

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Milo of Croton-

Croton State College 514BC

Southern Italy Tech 515BC

 

So, 515 BC first, then off to Croton State in 514 BC....was that his soph. year, eligibility-wise? Two years remaining??

Milo’s eligibility was withdrawn …and quartered when the mascots for the University of Syberis (the infamous Sybarite wolves) devoured him in his last match …ending his undefeated career and proving definitively that he had lots of heart but was somewhat lacking of brains.

 

Chris Weidman (the current UFC Middleweight Champion) earned All-American wrestling honors twice at NCC before transferring to Hofstra. He became the first junior college wrestler in history to be a NYS Collegiate Champion. At Hofstra, he became a two-time Division I All-American.

 

I think Wade Schalles won four national titles (two in Division II and two in Division I) in college.

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L. Wayne Smith:

4th for Michigan 1946

3rd for Navy 1950

 

Was 4th and All American finish back then? I think it was only the first 3 placers.

 

4th was AA starting in 1941.

 

thanks, couldn't remember and the search engine isn't working too well where I'm at.

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