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    It's going to be a huge weekend for college wrestling. If you get results, please post away.

  • #2
    ISU tournament results: (Illinois boys highlighted)

    Live Iowa State Wrestling Results Courtesy: Athletics Communications
    Release: 11/10/2007
    Live results from the Harold Nichols/Cyclone Open at the Lied Recreation Center in Ames, Iowa.
    PIGTAIL MATCHES
    174 pounds – Billy Lewis [kids wrestling](ISU – Unatt.) pinned Brian Drake (Iowa Central CC)*, 0:59



    FIRST ROUND MATCHES
    125 pounds – Terrance Young (unatt.) dec. Ben Hanisch, 3-2
    125 pounds – Tyler Clark (ISU – unatt.) tech. fall Clay McKim, 22-8
    125 pounds – Mark Kist dec. Shamar Hynes (William Penn), 3-2

    133 pounds – Nick Fanthorpe pinned Seth Cooper (Northern Illinois), 3:36

    141 pounds – Nick Gallick pinned Ryan Joyce (Lindenwood), 2:06
    141 pounds – Patrick McLemore (Northern Illinois) dec. Joey DeMaire, 5-0

    149 pounds – Jonathan Scott vs. BYE
    149 pounds – David Gayer (Lindenwood) dec. Jerome Whitter, 7-5
    149 pounds – Mitch Mueller tech. fall Kalen Knull (Northern Illinois), 22-4 (5:32)

    157 pounds – Cyler Sanderson dec. Carrington Banks (Iowa Central CC)*, 12-8
    157 pounds – Brad Kruse vs. BYE

    165 pounds – Jon Reader pinned Robbie Hicklin (Lindenwood), 2:45
    165 pounds – Andrew Sorenson (ISU – unatt.) dec. Aaron Hancock (NIACC)*, 5-2

    174 pounds – Chris Pursel dec. Scott Wallace (Northern Illinois), 9-1
    174 pounds – Mitch Artist maj. dec. Tony Ponce (Dana), 13-2

    184 pounds – Jake Varner vs. Bye

    197 pounds – Joe Curran dec. Jake Smith (Northern Illinois), 5-2
    197 pounds – David Bertolino vs. Bye

    HWT – David Zabriskie pinned Beau Tudor (NIACC)*, 5:11
    HWT – Jake Hastings (Unatt.) pinned Kyle Simonson (ISU – Unatt.), 1:02
    HWT – Tony Lewis (Unatt.) dec. Dallas O’Malley (ISU – Unatt.), 5-2
    HWT – Bryce Boehm (Nebraska-Omaha) dec. Kevin McFarland (ISU – Unatt.), 6-0

    QUARTERFINAL MATCHES
    125 pounds – Mark Kist dec. Tim Peskar (Unatt.)*, 4-2
    125 pounds – Tyler Clark (ISU – Unatt.) dec. TJ Wunnicke (Northern Illinois), 4-3
    125 pounds – Nick Fanthorpe pinned Juren Tillery (Unatt.), 6:15

    133 pounds – Nick Gallick maj. dec. Danny ??(Northern Illinois), 13-2

    149 pounds – Will McDermott (Northern Illinois) pinned Johnathan Scott, 5:46
    149 pounds – Mitch Mueller pinned Skyler Scott (Lindewood), 2:57

    157 pounds – Cyler Sanderson tech. fall Tim Kirincic (Unatt.), 22-7 (5:24)
    157 pounds – Bryan O’Connor (Unatt.) maj. dec. Brad Kruse, 12-2

    184 pounds – Jake Varner pinned Nate Troyer (Iowa Central CC)*, 3:22


    CONSLOATION MATCHES
    125 pounds – Ben Hanisch tech. fall, Jeff Ohnemus (Unatt.), 19-2 (7:00)

    149 pounds – Jerome Whitter dec. Joe Clothier (NIACC)*, 6-2


    CONSLOATION MATCHES
    125 pounds – Ben Hanisch tech. fall, Jeff Ohnemus (Unatt.), 19-2 (7:00)

    149 pounds – Jerome Whitter dec. Joe Clothier (NIACC)*, 6-2


    "Boys freestyle. Real men Greco."

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    • #3
      Duke Burk won his first two matches both against Iowa State kids. He pinned the first kid and beat the second kid something like 8-2.
      Contact: mike@illinoismatmen.com
      Illinois' Premier Wrestling Website

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      • #4
        Not sure what kind of results you are looking for The first one is a dual from yesterday. So far the weekend tournaments have not been posted
        I listed some of the guys I know and what they have done so far.
        http://www.intermatwrestle.com/forms...llresmenu.aspx
        Old Dominion 20 Michicagan State 16 09 Nov 2007
        Kyle Hutter loses 8-3 decision to Franklin Gomez
        Oklahoma 50- Neosho CC 3 04 Nov 2007
        John Starzyk Fall over ion Seaton
        McKendree 24- U. of the Cumberlands 10 02 Nov 2007
        Wade Lowe MD over Michael Brooks
        Kyle Jahn dec over Tim Mitchem
        McKendree 38- King College 3 02 Nov 2007
        Wade Lowe MD David Usary
        Kyle Jahn dec Shad Rissler
        Dubuque 22- Tri-State 21 02 Nov 2007
        Pompei, Thomas dec over Adam Canty
        Wight, Bryan Dec over mark Schultz
        UW-Oshkosh 34- Dubuque 14 02 Nov 2007
        Jaminski, Jared MD over Adam Canty
        Mark Schultz fall Mueller, Alex
        Last edited by ScoobysMom; 11-12-2007, 09:18 AM.
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        • #5
          I see Nate Holley was second at 184 at the Binghampton open (wrestling for Cornell U.)
          "Boys freestyle. Real men Greco."

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          • #6
            Missouri beat Rider 34-4 on Friday, and eeked out a win 22-21 on Saturday over Hofstra.
            Chicks Heart Fights

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            • #7
              does this mean that starzyk isnt redshirting or was the dual an exhibition

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              • #8
                He can wrestle in a dual and still redshirt.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by MR TWISTER View Post
                  He can wrestle in a dual and still redshirt.
                  and where did you find that rule? This is DI not DIII.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ionel View Post
                    and where did you find that rule? This is DI not DIII.
                    No just something I observed at the DII level. I saw a wrestler in a dual who later was a redshirt. You may be right about DI. I don't know about D3 rules.

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                    • #11
                      This is a copy of the redshirt rule from the NCAA site. It appears the rule is the same for DI and DII. Since DIII has different eligibility rules redshirting may be different. I guess when I saw the wrestler in a dual his team never updated their roster where he was originallly listed as a redshirt. He must of been pulled out of his redshirt year.

                      NCAA Redshirt Definition


                      The term "redshirt" is used to describe a student-athlete who does not participate in competition in a sport for an entire academic year. If you do not compete in a sport the entire academic year, you have not used a season of competition. For example, if you are a qualifier, and you attend a four-year college your freshman year, and you practice but do not compete against outside competition, you would still have the next four years to play four seasons of competition.

                      Each student is allowed no more than four seasons of competition per sport. If you were not a qualifier, you may have fewer seasons of competition available to you. You should know that NCAA rules indicate that any competition, regardless of time, during a season counts as one of your seasons of competition in that sport. It does not matter how long you were involved in a particular competition (for example, one play in a football game, one point in a volleyball match); you will be charged with one season of competition.

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                      • #12
                        If they wrestled him in a dual he is not redshirting. The only way, after competing in a competition (not including unattached/opens) to recover a year of eligibility is through a medical redshirt petition.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by TomCiezki View Post
                          If they wrestled him in a dual he is not redshirting. The only way, after competing in a competition (not including unattached/opens) to recover a year of eligibility is through a medical redshirt petition.
                          You are correct that you can't recover a full year of eligibility. However, you can recover a partial year of eligibility. In other words, you can wrestle in duals before the new year and then be redshirted for the second half of the year. That wrestler can wrestle in parts of 5 different seasons. However, in his 5th year, he would only be eligible for part of the season, since he already used up part of a year during his redshirt season. In other words, a redshirt season can be split. In that 5th year the wrestler will still be eligible for the most important part of the season, i.e. NCAAs.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Nelson*0.5 View Post
                            You are correct that you can't recover a full year of eligibility. However, you can recover a partial year of eligibility. In other words, you can wrestle in duals before the new year and then be redshirted for the second half of the year. That wrestler can wrestle in parts of 5 different seasons. However, in his 5th year, he would only be eligible for part of the season, since he already used up part of a year during his redshirt season. In other words, a redshirt season can be split. In that 5th year the wrestler will still be eligible for the most important part of the season, i.e. NCAAs.
                            I know for a fact that this is not true in division 1. If you compete in any competition you are considered to have burned that year and the only way you can recover the year is via a medical redshirt being granted (at which time you would recover the entire year of eligibility...see Otto Olsen at Michigan). Not sure about the other divisions.

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                            • #15
                              In D-I, if you wrestle as part of the team, meaning you wear the team singlet, your points count to a team total, etc., you forfeit your redshirt.
                              Chicks Heart Fights

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