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125:

Eddie Klimara, Oklahoma State

Zeke Moisey, West Virginia

Dominic Parisi, Appalachian State

Tim Lambert, Nebraska

Joe DeAngelo, North Carolina State

Ethan Lizak, Minnesota

Evan Silver, Stanford

Scott Parker, Lehigh

Brandon Jeske, Old Dominion

 

133:

Earl Hall, Iowa State

Aaron Schopp, Edinboro

Cody Brewer, Oklahoma

Mackenzie McGuire, Kent State

Kevin Norstrem, Virginia Tech
Caleb Richardson, Penn

Ian Nickell, CSU Bakersfield

Tyler Keselring, Central Michigan

 

141:

Steven Rodrigues, Illinois

Dean Heil, Oklahoma State

Dante Rodriguez, Iowa State

Chuck Zeisloft, Rider

Mike Morales, West Virginia

George Fisher, Michigan

Tyler Small, Kent State

Devin Reynolds, Oregon State

 

149:

Gabe Moreno, Iowa State

Sal Mastriani, Virginia Tech

Nick Barber, Eastern Michigan

Charles Cobb, Penn

Kenneth Theobold, Rutgers

Joshua Kindig, Oklahoma State

 

157:

Mike Kelly, Iowa

Justin DeAngelis, Oklahoma

Justin Staudenmayer, Brown

Immanuel Kerr-Brown, Duke

Anthony Collica, Oklahoma State

Jarrett Jensen, Northern Iowa

 

165:

Alex Dieringer, Oklahoma State

Michael Moreno, Iowa State

Nick Moore, Iowa

Adam Fierro, CSU Bakersfield

Jesse Stafford, Air Force

Jonathan Schleifer, Princeton

Max Rohskopf, North Carolina State

Nicholas Wanzek, Minnesota

 

174:

Kyle Crutchmer, Oklahoma State

Tanner Weatherman, Iowa State

George Pickett, Cornell

Andy McCulley, Wyoming

Raymond Waters, Arizona State

Brian Harvey, Army

Keaton Subjeck, Stanford

 

184:

Nolan Boyd, Oklahoma State

Brett Harner, Princeton

Lelund Weatherspoon, Iowa State

Nick Fiegener, Cal Poly

Jakob Scheffel, West Virginia

Zach Nevills, Stanford

 

197:

Kyven Gadson, Iowa State

Nathan Rotert, South Dakota State

Timothy McCall, Wisconsin

Jake A. Smith, West Virginia

Jared Haught, Virginia Tech

Scottie Boykin, Chattanooga

 

285:

Austin Marsden, Oklahoma State

Ty Walz, Virginia Tech

Evan Knutson, North Dakota State

Ross Larson, Oklahoma

Collin Jensen, Nebraska

Nick Tavanello, Ohio State

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that was my thinking.  didn't the "schlatter rule" suggest that the wrestler has to at least make an attempt to compete in the conference tourney?  I'm guessing that is why H. Stieber took the mat against Beitz in the B1G QF.

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Wasn't so much that, but that weight happens to be especially deep in terms of who needed an at-large bid. Compare that to, say, 141, where Dean Heil has as many wins against the automatic-qualifying tournament field as Britt Malinsky, who would probably be pinned in one second by nearly everybody attending the Championships if he could only get out of that sweatsuit and into a singlet.

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Staudenmayer tore his pcl in his EIWA quarterfinal and is done for the season. Harner didn't compete at EIWAs so he's out too.

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.... Harner didn't compete at EIWAs so he's out too.

In a post tournament interview coach Ayers indicated that he expected Harner to get an at-large bid. Harner medical forfeited two matches but maybe did not step on the mat for either one. Was that a tactical error? I hope he can compete; he deserves it.

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In a post tournament interview coach Ayers indicated that he expected Harner to get an at-large bid. Harner medical forfeited two matches but maybe did not step on the mat for either one. Was that a tactical error? I hope he can compete; he deserves it.

Apparently the scorer at matside used the med forfeit when the score was returned but I do see evidence that they started and stopped the clock from the computer record.

Therefore it should have been termed a default. This applies only to the first bout.

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I hope so too, he's has a good season and beat a tough Lorenzo Thomas rather recently.

 

In a post tournament interview coach Ayers indicated that he expected Harner to get an at-large bid. Harner medical forfeited two matches but maybe did not step on the mat for either one. Was that a tactical error? I hope he can compete; he deserves it.

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Apparently the scorer at matside used the med forfeit when the score was returned but I do see evidence that they started and stopped the clock from the computer record.

Therefore it should have been termed a default. This applies only to the first bout.

let me guess...mat 2?

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125:

Eddie Klimara, Oklahoma State

Zeke Moisey, West Virginia

Dominic Parisi, Appalachian State

Tim Lambert, Nebraska

Joe DeAngelo, North Carolina State

Ethan Lizak, Minnesota

Evan Silver, Stanford

Scott Parker, Lehigh

Brandon Jeske, Old Dominion

 

133:

Earl Hall, Iowa State

Aaron Schopp, Edinboro

Cody Brewer, Oklahoma

Mackenzie McGuire, Kent State

Kevin Norstrem, Virginia Tech

Caleb Richardson, Penn

Ian Nickell, CSU Bakersfield

Tyler Keselring, Central Michigan

 

141:

Steven Rodrigues, Illinois

Dean Heil, Oklahoma State

Dante Rodriguez, Iowa State

Chuck Zeisloft, Rider

Mike Morales, West Virginia

George Fisher, Michigan

Tyler Small, Kent State

Devin Reynolds, Oregon State

 

149:

Gabe Moreno, Iowa State

Sal Mastriani, Virginia Tech

Nick Barber, Eastern Michigan

Charles Cobb, Penn

Kenneth Theobold, Rutgers

Joshua Kindig, Oklahoma State

 

157:

Mike Kelly, Iowa

Justin DeAngelis, Oklahoma

Justin Staudenmayer, Brown

Immanuel Kerr-Brown, Duke

Anthony Collica, Oklahoma State

Jarrett Jensen, Northern Iowa

 

165:

Alex Dieringer, Oklahoma State

Michael Moreno, Iowa State

Nick Moore, Iowa

Adam Fierro, CSU Bakersfield

Jesse Stafford, Air Force

Jonathan Schleifer, Princeton

Max Rohskopf, North Carolina State

Nicholas Wanzek, Minnesota

 

174:

Kyle Crutchmer, Oklahoma State

Tanner Weatherman, Iowa State

George Pickett, Cornell

Andy McCulley, Wyoming

Raymond Waters, Arizona State

Brian Harvey, Army

Keaton Subjeck, Stanford

 

184:

Nolan Boyd, Oklahoma State

Brett Harner, Princeton

Lelund Weatherspoon, Iowa State

Nick Fiegener, Cal Poly

Jakob Scheffel, West Virginia

Zach Nevills, Stanford

 

197:

Kyven Gadson, Iowa State

Nathan Rotert, South Dakota State

Timothy McCall, Wisconsin

Jake A. Smith, West Virginia

Jared Haught, Virginia Tech

Scottie Boykin, Chattanooga

 

285:

Austin Marsden, Oklahoma State

Ty Walz, Virginia Tech

Evan Knutson, North Dakota State

Ross Larson, Oklahoma

Collin Jensen, Nebraska

Nick Tavanello, Ohio State

Hammond gets in before Wanzek.  And McCall and Tavanello are long shots at best.

Edited by carp

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141 - Is Preston done for the season? I assume he is based on his twitter. Also, Brown MD has to be considered here. 

149- Rodgriguez Oregon State has a head to head over Mastriani  and was ahead of him in the last RPI.

 

Is there going to be one more RPI before tomorrow - or will selections be based on the last RPI from the end of Feb?

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