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Port, Ness, Taffur and Taylor all pinned their first two opponents. Any others?

 

Edit: Heflin also with 6 points, winning by injury default and then by medical forfeit.

 

Edit: Tavenello also with two falls (one in the pigtail and one in the consi's).

 

Points Per Individual - Top 11 Scorers

David Taylor (Penn State) 6

Dylan Ness (Minnesota) 6

Mitchell Port (Edinboro) 6

Nestor Taffur (Boston) 6

Nick Heflin (Ohio State) 6

Alex Dieringer (Oklahoma State) 5.5

Cody Brewer (Oklahoma) 5.5

Edward Ruth (Penn State) 5.5

Logan Stieber (Ohio State) 5.5

Connor Medbery (Wisconsin) 5

Nick Tavanello (Ohio State) 5

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What is a pin fall?

RULE XIV.

Pin Falls

1. Pin falls only shall count. (Flying or rolling falls shall not be considered.)

Any part of both shoulders held in contact with the mat for an appreciable

length of time constitutes a fall.

 

National Collegiate Athletic Association Official Intercollegiate Wrestling Guide - 1928 edition

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Nick Tavanello pinned his two opponents in consolations. Pigtail and 1st round

Thanks, didn't see the pigtail. I'll edit the first post.

 

Here's the scoring leaders after Day 1

 

David Taylor (Penn State) 6

Dylan Ness (Minnesota) 6

Mitchell Port (Edinboro) 6

Nestor Taffur (Boston) 6

Nick Heflin (Ohio State) 6

Alex Dieringer (Oklahoma State) 5.5

Cody Brewer (Oklahoma) 5.5

Edward Ruth (Penn State) 5.5

Logan Stieber (Ohio State) 5.5

Connor Medbery (Wisconsin) 5

Nick Tavanello (Ohio State) 5

A.J. Schopp (Edinboro) 4

Anthony Nelson (Minnesota) 4

Cashe Quiroga (Purdue) 4

Chris Perry (Oklahoma State) 4

Devin Carter (Virginia Tech) 4

Drake Houdashelt (Missouri) 4

Eric Grajales (Michigan) 4

Evan Henderson (North Carolina) 4

Isaac Jordan (Wisconsin) 4

James Green (Nebraska) 4

Jesse Delgado (Illinois) 4

Michael Moreno (Iowa State) 4

Pierce Harger (Northwestern) 4

Robert Kokesh (Nebraska) 4

Scott Sakaguchi (Oregon State) 4

Steven Monk (North Dakota State) 4

Tyler Caldwell (Oklahoma State) 4

Cory Clark (Iowa) 3.5

Gabe Moreno (Iowa State) 3.5

Mason Beckman (Lehigh) 3.5

Nicholas Megaludis (Penn State) 3.5

Ramon Santiago (Rider) 3.5

Tyler Graff (Wisconsin) 3.5

Aaron Walker (The Citadel) 3

Adam Chalfant (Indiana) 3

Andrew Howe (Oklahoma) 3

Anthony Zanetta (Pittsburgh) 3

Austin Marsden (Oklahoma State) 3

Brandon Jeske (Old Dominion) 3

Brian Realbuto (Cornell) 3

Derek St. John (Iowa) 3

Gabriel Dean (Cornell) 3

J.T. Felix (Boise State) 3

JDen Cox (Missouri) 3

Jacob Swartz (Boise State) 3

Jared Germaine (Eastern Michigan) 3

Joe Colon (Northern Iowa) 3

Josh Veltre (Bloomsburg) 3

Kendric Maple (Oklahoma) 3

Matthew Brown (Penn State) 3

Nahshon Garrett (Cornell) 3

Tanner Weatherman (Iowa State) 3

Taylor Meeks (Oregon State) 3

Taylor Walsh (Indiana) 3

Alex Polizzi (Northwestern) 2.5

Austin Matthews (Clarion) 2.5

Clint Morrison (Rider) 2.5

Cody Walters (Ohio) 2.5

Conor Youtsey (Michigan) 2.5

David White (Binghamton) 2.5

Dennis Gustafson (Virginia Tech) 2.5

Evan Silver (Stanford) 2.5

Jake Sueflohn (Nebraska) 2.5

Joe Stolfi (Bucknell) 2.5

Johnny Greisheimer (Edinboro) 2.5

Nick Bonaccorsi (Pittsburgh) 2.5

Nick Smith (Northern Illinois) 2.5

Shane Hughes (Columbia) 2.5

Adam Coon (Michigan) 2

Amarveer Dhesi (Oregon State) 2

Blake Stauffer (Arizona State) 2

Bobby Telford (Iowa) 2

Brian Harvey (Army) 2

Chris Penny (Virginia Tech) 2

Cody Reed (Binghamton) 2

Conner Hartmann (Duke) 2

Corey Mock (Chattanooga) 2

Daniel Zilverberg (Minnesota) 2

David Habat (Edinboro) 2

David Terao (American) 2

David Thorn (Minnesota) 2

Dylan Palacio (Cornell) 2

Dylan Peters (Northern Iowa) 2

Earl Hall (Iowa State) 2

Elliot Riddick (Lehigh) 2

Ernest James (Edinboro) 2

Ian Miller (Kent State) 2

Jack Dechow (Old Dominion) 2

Jarrod Patterson (Oklahoma) 2

Jason Tsirtsis (Northwestern) 2

Jimmy Sheptock (Maryland) 2

Joe Roth (Central Michigan) 2

Joey Lazor (Northern Iowa) 2

Johnni DiJulius (Ohio State) 2

Jonathan Gingrich (Penn State) 2

Joseph Booth (Hofstra) 2

Josh Dziewa (Iowa) 2

Joshua Kindig (Oklahoma State) 2

Kevin Steinhaus (Minnesota) 2

Kyven Gadson (Iowa State) 2

Lawrence Thomas (Penn) 2

Logan Storley (Minnesota) 2

Michael Evans (Iowa) 2

Mike McClure (Michigan State) 2

Mitchell Minotti (Lehigh) 2

Nathan Burak (Iowa) 2

Nicholas Sulzer (Virginia) 2

Nick Gwiazdowski (North Carolina State) 2

Nick Lester (Oklahoma) 2

Ophir Bernstein (Brown) 2

Phillip Joseph (Eastern Michigan) 2

Richard Durso (F&M) 2

Roger Pena (Oregon State) 2

Scott Schiller (Minnesota) 2

Timothy Dudley (Nebraska) 2

Todd Preston (Harvard) 2

Tony Ramos (Iowa) 2

Turtogtokh Luvsandorj (The Citadel) 2

Tyler Wilps (Pittsburgh) 2

Zach Neibert (Virginia Tech) 2

Zain Retherford (Penn State) 2

Austin Trott (Gardner Webb) 1.5

Daniel Neff (Lock Haven) 1.5

Darian Cruz (Lehigh) 1.5

Ethen Lofthouse (Iowa) 1.5

Immanuel Kerr-Brown (Duke) 1.5

James Gulibon (Penn State) 1.5

Joe Latham (Oregon State) 1.5

Justin Arthur (Clarion) 1.5

Lavion Mayes (Missouri) 1.5

Mario Gonzalez (Illinois) 1.5

Mark Grey (Cornell) 1.5

Matthew Miller (Navy) 1.5

Nick Moore (Iowa) 1.5

Ross Larson (Oklahoma) 1.5

Rylan Lubeck (Wisconsin) 1.5

Shelton Mack (Pittsburgh) 1.5

Ty Walz (Virginia Tech) 1.5

Alexander Richardson (Old Dominion) 1

Anthony Collica (Oklahoma State) 1

Augustus Sako (Virginia) 1

Billy Curling (Old Dominion) 1

Blaise Butler (Virginia) 1

Braden Atwood (Purdue) 1

Brian Murphy (Michigan) 1

Brody Grothus (Iowa) 1

Chris Mecate (Old Dominion) 1

Christopher Dardanes (Minnesota) 1

Christopher Villalonga (Cornell) 1

Cody Caldwell (Northern Iowa) 1

Cody Ruggirello (Hofstra) 1

Connor Brennan (Rider) 1

Cooper Moore (Northern Iowa) 1

Dan Scherer (Stanford) 1

Daniel Yates (Michigan) 1

Devin Hightower (Air Force) 1

Devon Lotito (Cal Poly) 1

Dylan Alton (Penn State) 1

Edgar Bright (Pittsburgh) 1

Edward Klimara (Oklahoma State) 1

Fred Garcia (Lock Haven) 1

James English (Penn State) 1

Jeremy Johnson (Ohio) 1

Jim Wilson (Stanford) 1

Joey Dance (Virginia Tech) 1

John Rizqallah (Michigan State) 1

Jonathon Morrison (Oklahoma State) 1

Joseph Lavallee (Missouri) 1

Josh Martinez (Air Force) 1

Justin DeAngelis (Oklahoma) 1

Kenny Courts (Ohio State) 1

Laike Gardner (Lehigh) 1

Lazarus Reyes (Illinois) 1

Luke Smith (Central Michigan) 1

Luke Vaith (Hofstra) 1

Matt Manley (Missouri) 1

Matthew Frisch (The Citadel) 1

Max Thomusseit (Pittsburgh) 1

Michael McMullan (Northwestern) 1

Mike Dessino (Bloomsburg) 1

Mike Ottinger (Central Michigan) 1

Morgan McIntosh (Penn State) 1

Nick Soto (Chattanooga) 1

Phillip Wellington (Ohio) 1

Richard Perry (Bloomsburg) 1

Robert Deutsch (Rider) 1

Rosario Bruno (Michigan) 1

Ryan Leblanc (Indiana) 1

Ryan Mango (Stanford) 1

Spencer Myers (Maryland) 1

Stephen Doty (Virginia) 1

Stephen Dutton III (Michigan) 1

Tim Lambert (Nebraska) 1

Timothy McCall (Wisconsin) 1

Tony Dallago (Illinois) 1

Travis Rutt (Oklahoma) 1

Tyler Cox (Wyoming) 1

Victor Avery (Edinboro) 1

William Smith (Rutgers) 1

Zach Brunson (Illinois) 1

Zach Horan (Central Michigan) 1

Zane Richards (Illinois) 1

Abram Ayala (Princeton) 0.5

Adam Fager (Utah Valley) 0.5

Anthony Perrotti (Rutgers) 0.5

Anthony Vizcarrondo (West Virginia) 0.5

Austin Gabel (Virginia Tech) 0.5

Austin Wilson (Nebraska) 0.5

Benjamin Stroh (Wyoming) 0.5

Bradley Taylor (Wisconsin) 0.5

Bryce Busler (Bloomsburg) 0.5

Bryce Hammond (Cal State Bakersfield) 0.5

Chris Moon (Virginia Tech) 0.5

Christian Barber (North Carolina) 0.5

Christian Boley (Maryland) 0.5

Chuck Zeisloft (Rider) 0.5

Colin Johnston (West Virginia) 0.5

Dakota Friesth (Wyoming) 0.5

Daniel Mitchell (American) 0.5

Domenic Abounader (Michigan) 0.5

Dominick Malone (Northwestern) 0.5

Jace Bennett (Cornell) 0.5

John Staudenmayer (North Carolina) 0.5

Josh Houldsworth (Columbia) 0.5

Justin Grant (Bloomsburg) 0.5

Kory Mines (Edinboro) 0.5

Kurtis Julson (North Dakota State) 0.5

Lelund Weatherspoon (Iowa State) 0.5

Lucas Sheridan (Indiana) 0.5

Mark Martin (Ohio State) 0.5

Markus Scheidel (Columbia) 0.5

Michael Depalma (Kent State) 0.5

Mike Morales (West Virginia) 0.5

Nick Dardanes (Minnesota) 0.5

Nick Herrmann (Virginia) 0.5

Nick Roberts (Ohio State) 0.5

Patrick Tasser (Pittsburgh) 0.5

Paul Hancock (Army) 0.5

Paul Petrov (Bucknell) 0.5

Peyton Walsh (Navy) 0.5

Robert Jillard (Northern Illinois) 0.5

Ryan Loder (Northern Iowa) 0.5

Sam Speno (North Carolina State) 0.5

Shane Woods (Wyoming) 0.5

Shyhiem Brown (Maryland) 0.5

Thomas Gantt (North Carolina State) 0.5

Tywan Claxton (Ohio) 0.5

Zach Nye (Virginia) 0.5

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you are missing a lot of advancement points. win in the championship bracket is 2pts. as an example, Beckman has 5.5 pts: two wins (2 x 2 advance + 1.5 for the TF).

No, a win in the championship bracket is only 1 pt. Beckman's total of 3.5 points is correct.

I realized that 13 min prior to your post, when I deleted what you quoted above.

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Port, Ness, Taffur and Taylor all pinned their first two opponents. Any others?

 

Edit: Heflin also with 6 points, winning by injury default and then by medical forfeit.

 

Edit: Tavenello also with two falls (one in the pigtail and one in the consi's).

 

Points Per Individual - Top 11 Scorers

David Taylor (Penn State) 6

Dylan Ness (Minnesota) 6

Mitchell Port (Edinboro) 6

Nestor Taffur (Boston) 6

Nick Heflin (Ohio State) 6

Alex Dieringer (Oklahoma State) 5.5

Cody Brewer (Oklahoma) 5.5

Edward Ruth (Penn State) 5.5

Logan Stieber (Ohio State) 5.5

Connor Medbery (Wisconsin) 5

Nick Tavanello (Ohio State) 5

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Taylor faces Moreno

Port faces Evan Henderson who he majored at NCAA's last year

Taffur faces Deiringer

Ness faces James Green

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you are missing a lot of advancement points. win in the championship bracket is 2pts. as an example, Beckman has 5.5 pts: two wins (2 x 2 advance + 1.5 for the TF).

No, a win in the championship bracket is only 1 pt. Beckman's total of 3.5 points is correct.

I realized that 13 min prior to your post, when I deleted what you quoted above.

Fair enough, I didn't see your deletion and your post was still there when I responded.

Maybe my browser is lagging or something. It's been acting strange, but I thought it was

just due to all the traffic on the forum today.

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Is there total time tracked with pinfalls and points anywhere online? AKA, is there a Gorriaran tracker?

TrackWrestling has this :

Results

Statistics

Individuals

 

So Far:

 

1. Tavanello, Nick Ohio St. 2 4:28

2. Port, Mitchell Edinboro 2 5:47

3. Taffur, Nestor Boston U. 2 8:09

4. Ness, Dylan Minnesota 2 9:41

5. Taylor, David Penn St. 2 9:54

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