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    AmateurWRESTLING NEWS released new rankings this week
    AWN Pre-Season Individual Rankings
    Sept 15, 2006

    125
    1. Sam Hazewinkel-Sr, Oklahoma
    2. Troy Nickerson-Soph, Cornell
    3. Nick Simmons-Sr, Michigan State
    4. Chad Mendez-Jr, Cal Poly
    5. Tanner Gardner-Jr, Stanford
    6. Gabe Flores-Jr, Illinois
    7. Paul Donahoe-Soph, Nebraska
    8. Luke Smith-Jr, Central Michigan
    9. Obe Blanc-Jr, Lock Haven
    10. Mike Sees-Jr, Bloomsburg
    11. Pat Castillo-Jr, Northern Illinois
    12. Chad Sportelli-Sr, Kent State
    13. Dave Tomasette-Jr, Hofstra
    14. Justin Staylor-Jr, Virginia Tech
    15. Javier Maldonado-Jr, Chattanooga
    16. Christian Staylor-Sr, Old Dominion
    17. Sean Clair-Soph, Eastern Michigan
    18. Eric Stevenson-Sr, Oregon State
    19. Charlie Falck-Soph, Iowa
    20. Seth Wright-Sr, Northern Iowa

    133
    1. Matt Valenti-Sr, Penn
    2. Mack Reiter-Jr, Minnesota
    3. Coleman Scott-Jr, Oklahoma State
    4. Tyler McCormick-Jr, Missouri
    5. Matt Keller-Sr, Chattanooga
    6. Darrell Vasquez-Sr, Cal Poly
    7. Jake Strayer-Soph, Penn State
    8. Drew Headlee-Sr, Pittsburgh
    9. Robbie Preston-Sr, Harvard
    10. Mark Budd-Sr, Buffalo
    11. Mark Moos-Jr, Michigan
    12. Mario Galanakis-Sr, Iowa
    13. T.J. Enright-Jr, Ohio State
    14. Joe Baker-Soph, Navy
    15. Andrae Hernandez-Soph, Indiana
    16. Patrick Aleksanyan-Soph, Nebraska
    17. David Armstrong-Jr, Cleveland State
    18. Zach Cunliffe-Jr, Rider
    19. Jared Royer-Soph, North Carolina
    20. Omar Gaitan, Sr, Cal-Davis

    141
    1. Andy Simmons-Sr, Michigan State
    2. Ryan Lang-Jr, Northwestern
    3. Brandon Rader-Soph, West Virginia
    4. Nathan Morgan-Jr, Oklahoma State
    5. Alex Tsirtsis-Jr, Iowa
    6. J Jaggers-Soph, Ohio State
    7. Don Fisch-Jr, Rider
    8. Derek Moore-Sr, Cal-Davis
    9. Max Meltzer-Sr, Harvard
    10. C.J. Ettelson-Jr, Northern Iowa
    11. Charles Griffin-Jr, Hofstra
    12. Matt Ciasulli-Sr, Lehigh
    13. Vincent Ramirez-Soph, North Carolina
    14. David Roberts-Sr, Cal Poly
    15. Cassio Pero-Sr, Illinois
    16. Michael Keefe-Sr, Chattanooga
    17. Manuel Rivera-Sr, Minnesota
    18. Keith Dickey-Sr, Cornell
    19. Dominick Moyer-Sr, Nebraska
    20. Kyle Larson-Jr, Oregon State

    149
    1. Dustin Schlatter-Soph, Minnesota
    2. Matt Storniolo-Sr, Oklahoma
    3. Gregor Gillespie-Soph, Edinboro
    4. Mark DiSalvo-Sr, Central Michigan
    5. Josh Churella-Jr, Michigan
    6. Jeff Ecklof-Jr, Pittsburgh
    7. Tyler Turner-Sr, Wisconsin
    8. Matt Dragon-Soph, Penn
    9. John Cox-Sr, Navy
    10. Trevor Chinn-Soph, Lehigh
    11. Troy Tirapelle-Soph, Illinois
    12. Jordan Leen-Soph, Cornell
    13. Morgan Atkinson-Jr, Cal-Fullerton
    14. David Jauregui-Soph, West Virginia
    15. Andrew Schlaffer-Sr, Maryland
    16. Robert Sanders-Jr, Nebraska
    17. Carter Downing-Jr, Wyoming
    18. Aaron Martin-Sr-Chattanooga
    19. Andy Keller-Sr, Central Michigan
    20. Chris Renninger-Sr, Drexel

    157
    1. Trent Paulson-Sr, Iowa State
    2. Brian Stith-Sr, Arizona State
    3. Brandon Becker-Jr, Indiana
    4. Eric Tannenbaum-Jr, Michigan
    5. Craig Henning-Jr, Wisconsin
    6. Mike Poeta-Soph, Illinois
    7. C.P. Schlatter-Jr, Minnesota
    8. Andrew Flanagan-Soph, Harvard
    9. Travis Piccard-Sr, Citadel
    10. Nathan Galloway-Sr, Penn State
    11. James Strouse-Sr, Hofstra
    12. Matt Kocher-Jr, Pittsburgh
    13. Matt Hill-Sr, Edinboro
    14. Tyler Sherfey-Soph, Boise State
    15. Dave Miller-Sr, Rider
    16. Will Rowe-Soph, Oklahoma
    17. Michael Chandler-Soph, Missouri
    18. Ryan Hluschak-Jr, Drexel
    19 Kurt Gross-Sr, Kent State
    20. Jacob Frerichs-Soph, Ohio


    165
    1. Johny Hendricks-Sr, Oklahoma State
    2. Mark Perry-Jr, Iowa
    3. Nick Baima-Sr, Northern Iowa
    4. Travis Paulson-Sr, Iowa State
    5. Matt Pell-Sr, Missouri
    6. Deonte Penn-Sr, Edinboro
    7. Patrick Pitsch-Jr, Arizona State
    8. Chris Vondruska-Sr, Ohio State
    9. Stephen Anceravage-Soph, Cornell
    10. Steve Luke-Soph, Michigan
    11. Keith Gavin-Jr, Pittsburgh
    12. Mitch Kuhlman-Jr, Minnesota
    13. Larry Hall-Jr, West Virginia
    14. Marc Harwood-Sr, Nebraska
    15. Max Dean-Jr, Indiana
    16. Jarrod King-Soph, Oklahoma
    17. Tyler Tisdell-Soph, George Mason
    18. Dan Bedoy-Jr, Purdue
    19. Jake Donar-Jr, Wisconsin
    20. Marcus Effner-Soph, Cleveland State

    174
    1. Ben Askren-Sr, Missouri
    2. Matt Herrington-Sr, Penn
    3. James Yonushonis-Sr, Penn State
    4. Ken Cook-Sr, Cal-Davis
    5. Matt Palmer-Sr, Columbia
    6. Brandon Mason-Jr, Oklahoma State
    7. Kurt Brenner-Soph, West Virginia
    8. Gabe Dretsch-Jr, Minnesota
    9. Donnie Reynolds-Sr, Illinois
    10. Eric Luedke-Sr, Iowa
    11. Nick Roy-Sr, Michigan
    12. Jeremy Larson-Sr, Oregon State
    13. Blake Maurer-Soph, Ohio State
    14. Joe Lowe-Sr, North Carolina-Greensboro
    15. Dave Helfrich-Sr, Lehigh
    16. Nicholas Hernandez-Soph, Cal Poly
    17. Matt Stolpinski-Jr, Navy
    18. Brandon Sinnott-Jr, Central Michigan
    19. Francis Iorfido-Sr, Pittsburgh
    20. Alex Maciag-Jr, North Carolina


    184
    1. Roger Kish-Jr, Minnesota
    2. Jake Herbert-Sr, Northwestern
    3. Josh Glenn-Jr, American
    4. Raymond Jordan-Soph, Missouri
    5. Steve Borja-Sr, Virginia Tech
    6. Alex Clemsen-Sr, Edinboro
    7. Joe Rovelli-Jr, Hofstra
    8. Tyrel Todd-Soph, Michigan
    9. Vince Jones-Soph, Nebraska
    10. Christian Sinnott-Jr, Central Michigan
    11. Joe Williams-Jr, Michigan State
    12. Louis Caputo-Soph, Harvard
    13. Rocco Caponi-Soph, Virginia
    14. Mike Heist-Sr, Pittsburgh
    15. Tyler Bernacchi-Soph, UC-Davis
    16. Tony Rolen-Sr, Oregon
    17. Derrick Morgan-Sr, Lock Haven
    18. Jeremy Colbert-Jr, North Carolina State
    19. Nate Shirk-Jr, Bloomsburg
    20. Chance Litton-Soph, West Virginia
    .
    197
    1. Phil Davis-Jr, Penn State
    2. Jerry Rinaldi-Sr, Cornell
    3. Joel Flaggert-Sr, Oklahoma
    4. Wynn Michalak-Jr, Central Michigan
    5. J.D. Bergman-Jr, Ohio State
    6. Kurt Backes-Sr, Iowa State
    7. Chris Weidman-Sr, Hofstra
    8. Matt Monteiro-Sr, Cal Poly
    9. Nate Moore-Sr, Purdue
    10. Dallas Herbst-Soph, Wisconsin
    11. Darren Burns-Sr, UNC-Greensboro
    12. Ryan Goodman-Soph, North Carolina State
    13. Matt Cassidy-Sr, Lehigh
    14. David Dashiell-Sr, North Carolina
    15. Jared Villers-Jr, West Virginia
    16. Mike Tamillow-Jr, Northwestern
    17. Daniel Erekson-Soph, Iowa
    18. Jon Oplinger-Jr, Drexel
    19. T.J. Morrison-Jr, Rider
    20. Joe Fendone-Jr, Edinboro

    Hwt
    1. Cole Konrad-Sr, Minnesota
    2. Bode Ogunwole-Sr, Harvard
    3. Kirk Nail-Jr, Ohio State
    4. Matt Fields-Jr, Iowa
    5. Spencer Nadolsky-Sr, North Carolina
    6. Dustin Fox-Jr, Northwestern
    7. Payam Zarrinpour-Sr, Sacred Heart
    8. Ty Watterson-Sr, Oregon State
    9. Adam LoPiccolo-Jr, American
    10. Paul Weibel-Sr, Lehigh
    11. Dave Herman-Jr, Indiana
    12. Andy Patrick-Soph, Boise State
    13. Israel Silva-Sr, Chattanooga
    14. Jon May-Jr, Nebraska
    15. Mike Spaid-Jr, Bloomsburg
    16. Jermail Porter-Soph, Kent State
    17. Zach Shaeffer-Soph, Pittsburgh
    18. Bubba Gritter-Jr, Central Michigan
    19. Rashard Goff-Soph, Cleveland State
    20. Joe Sapp-Sr, Northern Illinois
    Last edited by jmt0519; 09-14-2006, 05:59 PM.
    Take off the blinders. You have to see opportunity BEFORE you can seize it.
    - Greg Hickman -

  • #2
    Poeta over Schlatter?? We'll see.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by redskinpride View Post
      Poeta over Schlatter?? We'll see.
      It's a ranking, not a prediction.

      Which way would you rank them (and based on what?)? And how do you predict they'll do?

      I would have to rank CP over Poeta, based on their NCAA and Big Ten resumes. Now will I predict who would win such a match (they may wrestle three or more times this year)? I'm not sure. Both of these guys are capable of beating everyone at this weight. If they do wrestle three or more times this year, I'll be so bold as to predict that both of them will win at least once.

      Oh, jmt, thanks for posting the rankings three times .

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      • #4
        I understand they are rankings. But Schlatter is the defending Big Ten champ. And I know I am treading on thin ice talking about U of I wrestling, and I am a fan, but Minnesota is by far a better program. Johnson has been there for 13 years and not even brought home a trophy (top 4 finish).
        Who knows. If I were to bet my money would be on Schlatter.
        It will be a great match/matches.
        I know I am dating myself again, but it will be battles like Jaworsky and Kolat in the Early nineties. Which are great for wrestling.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Conquistadors View Post
          It's a ranking, not a prediction.

          Which way would you rank them (and based on what?)? And how do you predict they'll do?

          I would have to rank CP over Poeta, based on their NCAA and Big Ten resumes. Now will I predict who would win such a match (they may wrestle three or more times this year)? I'm not sure. Both of these guys are capable of beating everyone at this weight. If they do wrestle three or more times this year, I'll be so bold as to predict that both of them will win at least once.

          Oh, jmt, thanks for posting the rankings three times .
          Whoops. No problem... i just didn't want you to miss anything. haha
          Take off the blinders. You have to see opportunity BEFORE you can seize it.
          - Greg Hickman -

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          • #6
            The Big 10 is stacked at 157. It'll be interesting to see how everything is going to work itself out.
            Take off the blinders. You have to see opportunity BEFORE you can seize it.
            - Greg Hickman -

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            • #7
              Even More Interesting

              Kish over Herbert? Didn't Herbert win the head to head this summer?

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              • #8
                Herbert beat Kish in freestyle

                They met in the finals of the University Nationals. Not sure the score. I think Kish will win Big Tens and Herbert will beat him in the NCAA finals.

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                • #9
                  With all due respect to Roger Kish and his very, very fine performances at the Big Tens and NCAA last spring, but I don't think that he is at the same level at Jake Herbert. Aside from his loss to Askren, Herbert was dominant last year. Kish on the other hand, lost to a number of guys during the year. Herbert has been a very big 174 pounder for the last two years, but now with the graduation of Delguyd, Herbert (and Tamillow) can both move up a weight. Although Herbert will be facing slightly larger and stronger guys at 184 than he did at 174, I think that Herbert will be even more physical than he was at 174-- and that's saying a lot. Don't get me wrong, Kish is a very fine wrestlers, but I don't think that he'll be able to stay with Herbert physically (and Herbert is a very fine wrestler, too). If Kish can keep it close with Herbert, then that is saying a lot.

                  Anyway, I see Josh Glenn as having a better chance of knocking off Herbert. I wouldn't let Glenn's 4th place finish lure one into thinking that he isn't national champ material.

                  Speaking of Josh Glenn...What amazed (and frustrated) me last season, was watching Pete Friedl "toy" with Glenn-- Pete beat Glenn something like 13-4 or 13-2 (this was the 3rd/4th place match at NCAAs). Seemed as though Pete finally "let it all hang out," which he did a lot his first two years. Had Pete wrestled like that against Kish, he would have, IMHO, been the Big Ten Champ and a NCAA finalist last season, where I am confident he would have fared very well against the ultimate champ, Shane Webster. Ah Pete, "ya coulduh bin a contenduh."

                  Anyone know what 3x AA Pete Friedl is doing now?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Chi-town Fan View Post
                    They met in the finals of the University Nationals. Not sure the score. I think Kish will win Big Tens and Herbert will beat him in the NCAA finals.
                    Herbert beat him 4-0, 5-1 at University Nationals. Jake's career record in college to this point is 83-4. He lost 3 times as a Freshman. He lost 2x to Friedl (he also beat Friedl 2x) and he lost 1x at the NCAA tournament his Freshman year. After his loss at the NCAA's his Freshman year he went on to record 3 falls, a 15-0 win, a 6-2 win, and a 6-3 win, in the wrestle backs, on his way to taking 3rd place. Then his only loss last season was to Askren in the NCAA finals. He beat Mark Perry 3x last season and none of them were very close. As good as Kish is IMO Herbert is the favorite to win the Big 10 and NCAA titles at 184 this year.

                    I think that C.P. deserves to be ranked over Poeta at this point for the reasons Conquistadors pointed out. But I will go out on a limb and say that Poeta will beat C.P. every time they wrestle and place higher than him at both the Big 10's and NCAA's. Just my opinion.
                    "When I step on the mat I try to score points & entertain the fans". Offensive points scored 2205.. Offensive points against 32.. Never put on his back.. 97 pins.. 24 TF.. 26 MD.. 16 Dec.. 17 FFT.. 2 ID.. 90% of wins by bonus points.. 93% of wins at State by bonus points.. final 115 matches offensively outscored opponents 1472-2.. never taken down in any state series match in IKWF or IHSA.. some say that's not dominating.. some say not a good mat wrestler.. I disagree.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Conquistadors View Post
                      Anyone know what 3x AA Pete Friedl is doing now?
                      He is still in Champaign

                      Lauden
                      "It's not the six minutes, it's what happens in those six minutes"

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