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By Denny Diehl Lehigh University Wrestling News This is a belated completion and release of this years report of top home attendance. My thanks go to Iowa and Ohio State for politely encouraging a speed-up in my rebound from January cardiac double by-pass surgery, to convince me to get the [...]
Former Ohio State wrestler Andrew Campolattano facing felony drug charges.
Apparently he left the team two days ago.
Andrew Campolattano, starting 197-pounder for Ohio State the past two seasons until he left the school Thursday, is among 16 individuals who are facing felony d
Gold medals aren't really made of gold. They're made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts.
The IOC executive board was supposed to meet in May in St. Petersburg, Russia, to decide which sport or sports to propose for 2020 inclusion.
I know your governor signed and submitted a petition today to the IOC with many signatures.
And I wonder if anyone would spend the time to put together a video on modern pentathlon to save that thing.
Narrated by Jay Mohr
Wrestling owns the Olympics
Logan Thomsen is a Hawkeye
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We need Cooper to commit asap
This is good to see, hopefully his brother follows him to Iowa City... And that wrestle a little better than the Moore brothers...
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I read Cooper was 0-10 against B1G competition last year. Any truth to that?
All I can find is the Harold Nichols turny that he wrestled in and he beat a kid from Illinois there. The previous year he beat a lot of quality and ranked D1 opponents, but that was at 141 and 149.And at the HN he wrestled at 57. 149 is not going to be all that strong this year so I am sure he would be fine. Hell Kelly may even be ok
SIOUX CITY | All the ruminations that could potentially weigh on Tom Brands, the University of Iowa wrestling coach has learned to pick his poison.
Ok just to check oh mighty Fu, is the thread back to where you like it? Name and all? Can I rub your feet for you? Anything else all powerful great one?
^I could really use a BJ and some coffee
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NBC Sports Network & Universal Sports to air USA vs. Iran vs. Russia Wrestling in New York, May 15
Spread the word peeps. Get people to watch this.
The USA v. Iran dual will air live on NBC Sports Network, and the USA v. Russia dual will air live on Universal Sports.
St. John, Lofthouse, and Marion Wrestling
All three are entered in the Northern Plains Regional in Waterloo. St John is at 74 kg, Lofthouse is at 96 kg, and Marion is at 66 kg.
Former Bound Brook student, now 21, is one of Jersey's most decorated high school wrestlers
By Jason Bryant Editor, Amateur Wrestling News For years, fans worldwide have been clamoring for a change in the international styles of Greco-Roman and freestyle wrestling. With pressure coming from nearly every national federation, FILA will be submitting proposals for modifications in scoring for Greco-Roman and freestyle prior to the [...]
Here are the results for the Iowa wrestlers. You had to win in order to make it to the WTTs. St. John's only loss was to the eventual tournament champion.
Mens Freestyle 74 KG - Derek St. John's place is 3rd and has scored 4.00 team points.
Champ. Round 1 - bye
Champ. Round 2 - won by decision over Matthew Lemanowicz (Unattached) (Dec 5-0,6-0)
Quarterfinal - won by decision over Dylan Reel (Minnesota Storm) (Dec 4-1,2-1)
Semifinal - loss by decision to Vladyslal Dombrouskyy (Rocklin) (Dec 1-0,1-1)
Cons. Semi - won by decision over Quinten Haynes (Viking Wrestling Club) (Dec 1-1,4-3)
3rd Place Match - won by decision over Dylan Reel (Minnesota Storm) (Dec 2-0,7-3)
Mens Freestyle 96 KG - Luke Lofthouse's place is unknown and has scored 0.00 team points.
Champ. Round 1 - won by decision over Sam Johnson (Cumberlands) (Dec 2-1,7-0)
Quarterfinal - loss by decision to Cayle Byers (Titan Mercury Wrestling Club) (Dec 1-1,2-2,2-0)
Cons. Round 2 - won by tech fall over A.j, Matt (Viking Wrestling Club) (TF 7-0,6-0)
Cons. Round 3 - loss by decision to Jack Jensen (US ARMY) (Dec 1-0,0-1,2-0)
Mens Freestyle 66 KG - Montell Marion's place is unknown and has scored 0.00 team points.
Champ. Round 1 - bye
Champ. Round 2 - won by decision over Kyle Hagen (Bemidji) (Dec 2-0,6-0)
Quarterfinal - loss by decision to Kyle Ruschell (Badger) (Dec 3-0,1-0)
Cons. Round 4 - won by decision over Chris Mecate (HRWA/VBRTC) (Dec 3-0,0-1,1-0)
Cons. Round 5 - loss by forfeit to Brett Robbins (panther wrestling club)
So Metcalf is wrestling right now in the Rumble on the Rails. He's up 4-0 in the third after splitting the first two periods. He ends up getting the tech 7-0 in the third. The USA is 3-0 through 3 matches against Russia.
The USA lost 6-1 to Iran earlier (apparently that was the only televised match, STUPID!!!). Kyle Dake was the USA's lone winner.
Two more hawks make the HOF
Former University of Iowa national champions Troy and Terry Steiner will be inducted into the Glen Brand Wrestling Hall of Fame of Iowa on June 9, 2013. The Steiner brothers join former NCAA champions Joe Heskett, Kirk Myers and Dale Brand in the 2013 Hall of Fame class.
I believe that the USA won against Russia, 6-1. Not sure who lost though. I'll try and come up with an article or something sometime. Sorry everybody.
USA 8, Russia 1
60 kilos: Coleman Scott (USA) dec. Artas Sanaa (Russia), 1-0, 0-1, 3-0
60 kilos: Logan Stieber (USA) dec. Opan Sat (Russia), 5-7, 6-0, 3-0
66 kilos: Brent Metcalf (USA) dec. Soslan Ramanov (Russia), 0-2, 1-0, 7-0
74 kilos: David Taylor (USA) pinned Magomed Kurbanaliev (Russia), 7-2, 0:16
74 kilos: Jordan Burroughs (USA) vs. Saba Khubezhty (Russia), 1-1, 5-0, 7-3
55 kilos: Helen Maroulis (USA) pin Irina Kisel (Russia), 2-0, 0:35
66 kilos: Kendrick Sanders (USA) dec. Asker Orshokdugov (Russia), 1-0, 1-0
74 kilos: Ben Provisor (USA) dec. Ambako Vachadze (Russia), 1-0, 0-1, 1-0
84 kilos: Evgeni Saleev (Russia) dec. Jordan Holm (USA), 0-1, 1-0, 1-0
Iran 6, USA 1
55 kilos: Mehdi Taghavi (Iran) dec. Obe Blanc (USA), 0-1, 1-0, 5-2
60 kilos: Masoud Esmailpour Joybari (Iran) dec. Reece Humphrey (USA), 1-0, 6-0
66 kilos: Mehdi Taghavi (Iran) dec. Kellen Russell (USA), 3-1, 0-2
74 kilos: Kyle Dake (USA) dec. Hassan Tahmasebi (Iran), 2-0, 1-0
84 kilos: Ehsan Lashgari (Iran) dec. Keith Gavin (USA), 1-0, 1-0
96 kilos: Hamed Tatari (Iran) dec. J.D. Bergman (USA), 3-1, 1-0
120 kilos: Khomeil Ghasemi (Iran) dec. Tervel Dlagnev (USA), 1-1, 1-0
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