Patrick Lanni, nj.com 12/29/2022 It's the return of the Ken Kraft Midlands Championships, and Rutgers hopes to leave its mark at one of the toughest midseason tournaments. Both LaMont and Otto had advanced into the quarterfinals on Thursday evening before their first losses. They seemed to be on a collision course for a rematch until I say Mondays name. While the production values arent always the bestand the Midlands will be running 10 mats on Thursdayits still a nice bonus for BTN+ subscribers. We ask that you consider turning off your ad blocker so we can deliver you the best experience possible while you are here. 1, 2023 9:42 am4h ago, Prep Baseball and Prep Softball May. Day 1 in Chicago has wrapped up. With Monday still in the bracket, THIS is now easily the must watch weight. Scharenbrock dropped an 8-0 loss by major decision to Northwestern's Trevor Chumbley. 125: Eric Barnett (Wisconsin) won by decision over Brandon Courtney (Arizona State) Dec 6-2, 133: Michael Colaiocco (Penn) won by decision over Chris Cannon (Northwestern) Dec 3-2, 141: Cole Matthews (Pittsburgh) won by decision over Josh Edmond (Missouri) Dec 3-1, 149: Yahya Thomas (Northwestern) won by decision over Kyle Parco (Arizona State) Dec 4-3, 157: Trevor Chumbley (Northwestern) won by major decision over Drew Scharenbrock (Wisconsin) Maj 8-0, 165: Quincy Monday (Princeton) won by decision over Dean Hamiti (Wisconsin) Dec 4-3, 174: Edmond Ruth (Illinois) won by decision over Nick Incontrera (Penn) Dec 4-1, 184: Reece Heller (Pittsburgh) won by decision over Jaritt Shinhoster (UW-Whitewater) Dec 7-5, 197: Zac Braunagel (Illinois) won in tie breaker - 2 over Braxton Amos (Wisconsin) TB-2 2-1, 285: Lucas Davison (Northwestern) won by decision over Dayton Pitzer (Pittsburgh) Dec 4-0. The 2022 Midlands Championships are taking place December 29-30 and feature some of the country's best wrestlers. Midlands 2022: Session 1 recap, results and advancement status for Rutgers Updated: Dec. 29, 2022, 9:56 p.m. | Published: Dec. 29, 2022, 9:00 a.m. 56 Rutgers wrestling: No. Pat Glory bumping up to 133 is REALLY interesting. Northwestern Sports Properties: Sponsorship Opportunities. A NCAA qualifier, Amos earned three bonus-point victories with his first collegiate career pin over SIUE's Ryan Yarnell in 2:56 and a 19-2 tech fall over Harvard's Michael Doggett. Barnett will wrestle Brandon Courtney (Arizona State) in the title match. Actions resumes tomorrow at noon Eastern. Hillger lost to Dayton Pitzer (Pittsburgh) in a reverse fall at the 6:57 mark, as Pitzer ended up on top of Hillger and fought him down to the mat on his back. - Harvard Wrestling returns from its 27-day break for the Midlands Tournament in Evanston, IL. Wrestling runs Dec. 29-30 at NOW Arena for the first time since 2019. The Midlands annually feature some of the country's top wrestlers and teams. Rutgers, which enters the two-day tournament outside of Chicago, Illinois ranked No. He then earned a 9-0 major decision over SIU Edwardsville's Cardi Wilson to advance to the semifinals on Friday. Host Northwestern won the tournament with 122 team points, followed by a tie between Penn and Pitt with 115 points a piece. 27, 2023 1:54 pm4d ago, John Steppe Iowa Football Apr. As the event unfolds, we'll update the results at the end of every round. And he wont. Round 4: Nate Dugan (Princeton) over, 1st Place Match: #13 Zac Braunagel (Illinois) over #12, Champ. While the field is not quite as stacked as it has been in years past (no Penn State, no Iowa, no Ohio State, no Michigan, no Nebraska, no Minnesota), and the Southern Scuffle is gaining at its expense, its still a high quality event. Six Badgers have advanced into the semifinals on Friday. And this year, you can catch the whole thing streaming on BTN+. The official 2022-23 Wrestling schedule for the Northwestern University Wildcats. The 58th edition of. Wisconsin Whitewater's Jaritt Shinhoster continued his impressive run by stopping madman freshmen Brian Soldano. 28, 2023 11:55 am3d ago, Hawkeye Wrestling Apr. That said, Lovett, who is redshirting this year, brings plenty of excitement himself. Gambling Problem? 4:20, Luke Stout (Princeton) won by tech fall over Cole Urbas (Penn) TF 20-4, Zac Braunagel (Illinois) won by decision over Michael Battista (Virginia) Dec 4-1, Dayton Pitzer (Pittsburgh) won by decision over Colton Schultz (Arizona State) Dec 4-0, Trent Hillger (Wisconsin) won by decision over Boone Mcdermott (Rutgers) Dec 6-0, Colton McKiernan (SIU Edwardsville) won by decision over Yaraslau Slavikouski (Harvard) Dec 9-2, Lucas Davison (Northwestern) won by major decision over Ben Goldin (Penn) Maj 8-0, Eric Barnett (Wisconsin) vs Dean Peterson (Rutgers), Killian Cardinale (West Virginia) vs Brandon Courtney (Arizona State), Lucas Byrd (Illinois) vs Michael Colaiocco (Penn), Chris Cannon (Northwestern) vs Ryan Crookham (Lehigh), Cole Matthews (Pittsburgh) vs Saul Ervin (SIU Edwardsville), Josh Edmond (Missouri) vs Sammy Alvarez (Rutgers), Kyle Parco (Arizona State) vs Caleb Tyus (SIU Edwardsville), Doug Zapf (Penn) vs Yahya Thomas (Northwestern), Andrew Clark (Rutgers) vs Drew Scharenbrock (Wisconsin), Trevor Chumbley (Northwestern) vs Garrett Model (Wisconsin), Dean Hamiti (Wisconsin) vs Izzak Olejnik (Northern Illinois), Dan Braunagel (Illinois) vs Quincy Monday (Princeton), Edmond Ruth (Illinois) vs Alex Cramer (Central Michigan), Nick Incontrera (Penn) vs Daniel Wask (Navy Prep), Brian Soldano (Rutgers) vs Jaritt Shinhoster (UW-Whitewater), Anthony Carman (West Virginia) vs Reece Heller (Pittsburgh), Braxton Amos (Wisconsin) vs Mac Stout (Pittsburgh), Luke Stout (Princeton) vs Zac Braunagel (Illinois), Dayton Pitzer (Pittsburgh) vs Trent Hillger (Wisconsin), Colton McKiernan (SIU Edwardsville) vs Lucas Davison (Northwestern). We have Josh Jones at 133, Nate Higley at 149, and Tyler Kocak at 184 all in the round of 16. Arizona State's Cohlton Schultz, a 2022 NCAA tournament runner-up to Gable Steveson, is seeded first at 285 pounds despite dropping a 5-2 match to South Dakota State's AJ Nevills at the Cliff. Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA (select parishes)/MA/MD/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OH/OR/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Round 3: Michael Dolan (West Virginia) over, Champ. 29, 2023 2:23 pm1d ago, Nancy Justis - correspondent Iowa Prep Sports May. See terms at draftkings.com/sportsbook. Who from the B1G came up big on draft night(s)? Hamiti lost in the closing seconds in a tight 4-3 decision to Princeton's Quincy Monday, while Amos went into multiple overtimes and tiebreakers before losing 2-1 to Illinois' Zac Braunagel, easily the tournament's longest bout. Dean Hamiti moved on to the 165-pound final with a 6-0 decision victory over Izzak Olejnik (Northern Illinois). Young guys like Ryan Crookham, James Rowley, Dayton Pitzer, and more really excelled. A Schultz/Davison final would be the perfect cap to the event. After earning 15 team points for the Badgers, Hamiti will wrestle Izzak Olejnik (Northern Illinois) in Bout 559. By submitting my information, I agree to the, FRL 924 - Great US Open Sets Up Highly Anticipated Final X, Great US Open Sets Up Highly Anticipated Final X | FloWrestling Radio Live (Ep. Round 4: Brody Conley (West Virginia) over, Champ. Get the most important Wrestling stories delivered straight to your inbox. MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - West Virginia University wrestling coach Tim Flynn has announced the team award winners for the 2022-23 season, recognizing the team leaders in takedowns, falls and wins, as well as the Rookie of the Year, Most Improved, Mountain Man and Most Outstanding Wrestler awards. The Scarlet. Trent Hillger finished sixth overall in the heavyweights after withdrawing from his final matches due to injury. 184: 1) Brian Soldano (RUT), 2) Anthony Montalvo (ASU), 2) Reece Heller (PITT), 3) Anthony Carman (WV), 4) Neil Antrassian (VIRGINIA). The Gazette has been informing Iowans with in-depth local news coverage and insightful analysis for 140 years. Check out the full Midlands brackets, here. Tom Barton Government & Politics Mar. Semi: #15 Anthony Artalona (Penn) over #16, 1st Place Match: #14 Trevor Chumbley (Northwestern) over, 1st Place Match: Quincy Monday (Princeton) over, Quarterfinal: #22 Nick Incontrera (Penn) over, Cons. Void in ONT. He then earned a second pin against John Crawford (Franklin & Marshall) in 2:33 to advance to the semifinals against Pitt's Mac Stout in Bout 605 on Friday at 197 pounds. Eric Barnett (Wisconsin) won by major decision over Sheldon Seymour (Lehigh) Maj 13-4, Dean Peterson (Rutgers) won by decision over Ryan Miller (Penn) Dec 3-2, Killian Cardinale (West Virginia) won by decision over Markel Baker (George Mason) Dec 12-6, Brandon Courtney (Arizona State) won by decision over Blake West (Northern Illinois) Dec 4-3, Lucas Byrd (Illinois) won by decision over Julian Chlebove (Arizona State) Dec 4-0, Michael Colaiocco (Penn) won by decision over Taylor Lamont (Wisconsin) Dec 8-1, Chris Cannon (Northwestern) won by decision over Hunter Adrian (Brown) Dec 4-1, Ryan Crookham (Lehigh) won by decision over Joe Heilman (Rutgers) Dec 2-1, Cole Matthews (Pittsburgh) won by decision over Joe Olivieri (Rutgers) Dec 2-1, Saul Ervin (SIU Edwardsville) won by decision over Jesse Vasquez (Arizona State) Dec 6-3, Josh Edmond (Missouri) won by decision over Brian Courtney (Unattached ) Dec 3-2, Sammy Alvarez (Rutgers) won by major decision over Danny Pucino (Illinois) Maj 12-2, Kyle Parco (Arizona State) won by decision over Johnny Lovett (Central Michigan) Dec 3-1, Caleb Tyus (SIU Edwardsville) won by decision over Sam Hillegas (West Virginia) Dec 4-2, Doug Zapf (Penn) won by decision over Jarod Verkleeren (Virginia) Dec 9-3, Yahya Thomas (Northwestern) won by decision over Tyler Badgett (Pittsburgh) Dec 12-5, Andrew Clark (Rutgers) won in sudden victory - 1 over Anthony Artalona (Penn) SV-1 5-3, Drew Scharenbrock (Wisconsin) won by tech fall over Cael Berg (Harvard) TF 18-3, Trevor Chumbley (Northwestern) won by major decision over Marcus Robinson (Cleveland State) Maj 8-0, Garrett Model (Wisconsin) won by decision over Derek Gilcher (Indiana) Dec 4-2, Dean Hamiti (Wisconsin) won by major decision over Cardi Wilson (SIU Edwardsville) Maj 9-0, Izzak Olejnik (Northern Illinois) won by decision over Justin McCoy (Virginia) Dec 3-2, Dan Braunagel (Illinois) won by decision over Peyton Hall (West Virginia) Dec 7-6, Quincy Monday (Princeton) won by decision over Holden Heller (Pittsburgh) Dec 6-2, Edmond Ruth (Illinois) won by decision over Luca Augustine (Pittsburgh) Dec 5-3, Alex Cramer (Central Michigan) won by decision over Kole Mulhauser (Princeton) Dec 4-0, Nick Incontrera (Penn) won by major decision over Josh Otto (Wisconsin) Maj 10-1, Daniel Wask (Navy Prep) won by decision over Troy Fisher (Northwestern) Dec 4-3, Brian Soldano (Rutgers) won by fall over Evan Bates (Northwestern) Fall 3:54, Jaritt Shinhoster (UW-Whitewater) won by decision over Neil Antrassian (Virginia) Dec 7-3, Anthony Carman (West Virginia) won by decision over Dylan Fishback (NC State) Dec 6-4, Reece Heller (Pittsburgh) won in sudden victory - 1 over Dylan Connell (Illinois) SV-1 2-0, Braxton Amos (Wisconsin) won by fall over John Crawford (Franklin & Marshall) Fall 2:33, Mac Stout (Pittsburgh) won by injury default over Austin Cooley (West Virginia) Inj. Surprising fans, heavyweight Trent Hillger lost his semifinal in the final three seconds after seemingly having the victory locked up. A quarter with Heilman would be a great measuring stick for both. Hopefully hes healthy and ready to go. Is Princeton (see Glory listed at 133) just saying to hell with it? Illinois rounded out the top five with 104.5 team points. Big Ten Quarterbacks 2023: The Old Reliables, These guys are definitely playing for their teams. 133: 1) Lucas Byrd (Illinois), 2) Michael McGee (ASU), 3) Pat Glory (PRINCETON), 2) Joe Heilman (RUT), 3) Chris Cannon (NW), 4) Michael Colaiocco (PENN). Iowa and UNI were scheduled to compete. Assuming he does go, it could be quite fun and Id actually tab him as the favorite. 125: 1) Eric Barnett (Wisconsin), 2) Brandon Courtney (ASU), 3) Killian Cardinale (WV), 4) Dean Peterson (Rutgers). 100% Buyer Guarantee! The 2022 Big Ten Freshman of the Year and an NCAA All-American, Hamiti pinned Mason Spears (Brown) in 3:37 and then Luke Gayer (Rutgers) in 5:32. Took fourth at the Indiana state wrestling tournament last year, helping Crown Point (led by one Jesse Mendez) to a . Community Rules apply to all content you upload or otherwise submit to this site. Its easy if you try. We have 4 wrestlers still in the tournament. Hillger did not compete in the ensuing match due to medical forfeit. Wisconsin's Dean Hamiti is the #1 seed at 165. Garrett Model finished fifth overall at 157 pounds, earning a final victory 3-0 decision over Rutger's Andrew Clark to join Scharenbrock on the podium. Peter Ackerman / USA TODAY NETWORK. (); : Still, this is Byrds to lose. 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December 29, 2022 Rd 16: Markel Baker, George Mason over #17 Dylan Shawver, Rutgers - 4-2, Quarters: Dean Peterson, Rutgers over #19 Ryan Miller, Penn - 3-2, Consi Rd 8: Diego Sotelo, Harvard over #19 Ryan Miller, Penn - FALL, 5:34, Consi Rd 8: Sheldon Seymour, Lehigh over #17 Dylan Shawver, Rutgers - 5-3, Quarters: Ryan Crookham, Lehigh over #13 Joe Heilmann, Rutgers - 2-1, Consi Quarter: Julian Chlebove, Arizona State over #21 Taylor LaMont, Wisconsin - 3-2, Semis: #19 Michael Colaiocco, Penn over #4 Lucas Byrd, Illinois - 15-13, 7th Place: Hunter Adrian, Brown over #21 Taylor LaMont, Wisconsin - 3-2, Finals: #19 Michael Colaiocco, Penn over #10 Chris Cannon, Northwestern - 3-2, Rd 64: Felix Lettini, Wisconsin over HM Cayden Rooks, Indiana - FALL, 7:32, Rd 16: Saul Ervin, SIUE over #14 Joseph Zargo, Wisconsin - FALL, 1:54, Rd 16: Josh Edmond, Missouri over #13 Frankie Tal Shahar - 9-7, Quarters: Saul Ervin, SIUE over HM Jesse Vasquez, Arizona State - 6-3, Semis: Josh Edmond, Missouri over HM Sammy Alvarez, Rutgers - 3-2, Rd 64: Jude Swisher, Penn over HM Anthony White, Rutgers - 3-1, Consi Rd 32: John Wiley, Oklahoma over HM Anthony White, 11-10, Quarters: HM Caleb Tyus, SIUE over #22 Sam Hillegas, West Virginia - 4-2, Consi Rd 8: Nate Higley, George Mason over HM Graham Rooks, Indiana - Fall, 4:58, Consi Rd 8: Nate Higley, George Mason over #23 Jarod Verkleeren, Virginia - 7-5, SV-1, Consi Rd 8: Cade Balestrini, Bloomsburg over #18 Johnny Lovett, Central Michigan - 3-2, Consi Rd 8: Max Brignola, Lehigh over #22 Sam Hillegas, West Virginia - 6-4, Finals: #6 Yahya Thomas, Northwestern over #5 Kyle Parco, Arizona State - 4-3, Rd 64: Cael Berg, Harvard over HM Dazjon Casto, Pitt - 8-6, Rd 32: Drew Scharenbrock, Wisconsin over HM Corbyn Munson, Central Michigan - FALL 0:36, Consi Rd 32: Jerrrdon Fisher, Missouri over HM Dazjon Casto, Pitt - 4-3, Consi Rd 8: Trevor Tarsi, Harvard over HM Corbyn Munson, Central Michigan - 3-2, Quarters: HM Andrew Clark, Rutgers over #14 Anthony Artalona, Penn - 5-3, SV-1, Semis: Drew Scharenbrock, Wisconsin over HM Andrew Clark, Rutgers - 3-2, Semis: #22 Trevor Cumbley, Northwestern over #15 Garrett Model, Wisconsin - 6-1, 3rd Place: HM Derek Gilcher, Indiana over #14 Anthony Artalona, Penn - 7-4, Rd 32: Daniel Patten, Cleveland State over #20 Tony Negron, Arizona State - 9-7, SV-1, Consi Rd 16: Chandler Amaker, Central Michigan over #20 Tony Negron, Arizona State - 5-4, Consi Rd 8: Lucas Revano, Penn over #23 Holden Heller, Pitt - 8-2, Quarters: #10 Izzak Olejnik, Northern Illinois over #9 Justin McCoy, Virginia, Quarters: #14 Dan Braunagel, Illinois over #5 Peyton Hall, West Virginia, Consi Semis: #14 Dan Braunagel over #9 Justin McCoy, Virginia - 10-4, Rd 32: James Rowley, Wisconsin over HM Jackson Turley, Rutgers - 7-1, Consi Rd 16: Scott Joll, West Virginia over HM Jackson Turley, Rutgers - 15-2, Quarters: Daniel Wask, Navy over #21 Troy Fisher, Northwester, 4-3, Quarters: Jaritt Shinhoster, UW-Whitewater over Neil Antrassian, Virginia - 7-3, Semis: Jaritt Shinhoster, UW-Whitewater over #14 Brian Soldano, Rutgers - 7-0, 3rd Place: #22 Neil Antrassian, Penn over Brian Soldano, Rutgers - 12-6, Rd 16: John Crawford, Franklin & Marshall over HM Nick Willham, Indiana - 3-2, Consi Rd 8: Cole Urbas, Penn over HM Nick Willham, Indiana - 4-2, SV-1, Consi Semi: Andrew Davison, Northwestern over #19 Luke Stout, Princeton - 7-4, Rd 16: Dayton Pitzer, Pittsburgh over #20 Michael Wolfgram, West Virginia - 10-0, Consi Rd 16: Daulton Mayer, Thomas More over HM Vincenzo Pelusi, Franklin & Marshall - 4-0, Quarters: Dayton Pitzer, Pitt over #4 Cohlton Schultz, Arizona State - 4-0, Semis: Dayton Pitzer, Pitt over #10 Trent Hillger, Wisconsin - FALL, 6:57. As a team, Princeton has finished fifth at each of the last two Midlands. Amos looks improved this yearhe has a SV win over L. Stout, and an MD over 6) Cole Urbas (PENN), but top seed probably should have gone to Braunagel, who took Bonaccorsi to SV his last match out. Also, recorded wins over nationally ranked Broderson (Iowa State twice) and Darrien Roberts (Oklahoma), Placed at the Big 12 Championship for the first time in his career (had previously never won a match in first two appearances at the tournament), Broke into the national rankings for the first time in his career following the Big 12 Championship, Decided not to have surgery and wrestle through it, Tore his meniscus in other knee on February 9, Wrestled first match after meniscus surgery on March 16, Became the 35th All-American in program history and just the eighth wrestler in program history to become a two-time All-American, Made the President's List (4.0 GPA) during both semesters last year and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in communication sciences and disorders, Accumulated a 3.91 GPA this year while earning a master's degree in Business Administration, Finished 13-4 (One loss was injury default at Big 12s), Eighth wrestler in program history to become a two-time All-American. This years tournament has been canceled. The top-tier collegiate wrestling event will not be rescheduled for this season and will look to return to the mat in December of 2022, the release noted. Eligibility restrictions apply. Round 7: Julian Chlebove (Arizona State) over #20 Taylor Lamont (Wisconsin)Dec. 3-2, 7th Place Match: Hunter Adrian (Brown) over #20 Taylor Lamont (Wisconsin)Dec. 3-2, Champ. Odds and lines subject to change. Wisconsin holds a 15.5-point lead ahead of second-place Northwestern (63.0 points), Pitt (61.5), Rutgers (60.0) and Penn (58.0). Round 2: Eli Sheeren (Buffalo) over, Champ. incident in shaw, oldham today, yooka laylee and the impossible lair walkthrough ign, banana republic fall 2022, Lake Michigan Circle Tour Motorcycle Route, Chrome Os Ventajas Y Desventajas, Articles OTHER

Patrick Lanni, nj.com 12/29/2022 It's the return of the Ken Kraft Midlands Championships, and Rutgers hopes to leave its mark at one of the toughest midseason tournaments. Both LaMont and Otto had advanced into the quarterfinals on Thursday evening before their first losses. They seemed to be on a collision course for a rematch until I say Mondays name. While the production values arent always the bestand the Midlands will be running 10 mats on Thursdayits still a nice bonus for BTN+ subscribers. We ask that you consider turning off your ad blocker so we can deliver you the best experience possible while you are here. 1, 2023 9:42 am4h ago, Prep Baseball and Prep Softball May. Day 1 in Chicago has wrapped up. With Monday still in the bracket, THIS is now easily the must watch weight. Scharenbrock dropped an 8-0 loss by major decision to Northwestern's Trevor Chumbley. 125: Eric Barnett (Wisconsin) won by decision over Brandon Courtney (Arizona State) Dec 6-2, 133: Michael Colaiocco (Penn) won by decision over Chris Cannon (Northwestern) Dec 3-2, 141: Cole Matthews (Pittsburgh) won by decision over Josh Edmond (Missouri) Dec 3-1, 149: Yahya Thomas (Northwestern) won by decision over Kyle Parco (Arizona State) Dec 4-3, 157: Trevor Chumbley (Northwestern) won by major decision over Drew Scharenbrock (Wisconsin) Maj 8-0, 165: Quincy Monday (Princeton) won by decision over Dean Hamiti (Wisconsin) Dec 4-3, 174: Edmond Ruth (Illinois) won by decision over Nick Incontrera (Penn) Dec 4-1, 184: Reece Heller (Pittsburgh) won by decision over Jaritt Shinhoster (UW-Whitewater) Dec 7-5, 197: Zac Braunagel (Illinois) won in tie breaker - 2 over Braxton Amos (Wisconsin) TB-2 2-1, 285: Lucas Davison (Northwestern) won by decision over Dayton Pitzer (Pittsburgh) Dec 4-0. The 2022 Midlands Championships are taking place December 29-30 and feature some of the country's best wrestlers. Midlands 2022: Session 1 recap, results and advancement status for Rutgers Updated: Dec. 29, 2022, 9:56 p.m. | Published: Dec. 29, 2022, 9:00 a.m. 56 Rutgers wrestling: No. Pat Glory bumping up to 133 is REALLY interesting. Northwestern Sports Properties: Sponsorship Opportunities. A NCAA qualifier, Amos earned three bonus-point victories with his first collegiate career pin over SIUE's Ryan Yarnell in 2:56 and a 19-2 tech fall over Harvard's Michael Doggett. Barnett will wrestle Brandon Courtney (Arizona State) in the title match. Actions resumes tomorrow at noon Eastern. Hillger lost to Dayton Pitzer (Pittsburgh) in a reverse fall at the 6:57 mark, as Pitzer ended up on top of Hillger and fought him down to the mat on his back. - Harvard Wrestling returns from its 27-day break for the Midlands Tournament in Evanston, IL. Wrestling runs Dec. 29-30 at NOW Arena for the first time since 2019. The Midlands annually feature some of the country's top wrestlers and teams. Rutgers, which enters the two-day tournament outside of Chicago, Illinois ranked No. He then earned a 9-0 major decision over SIU Edwardsville's Cardi Wilson to advance to the semifinals on Friday. Host Northwestern won the tournament with 122 team points, followed by a tie between Penn and Pitt with 115 points a piece. 27, 2023 1:54 pm4d ago, John Steppe Iowa Football Apr. As the event unfolds, we'll update the results at the end of every round. And he wont. Round 4: Nate Dugan (Princeton) over, 1st Place Match: #13 Zac Braunagel (Illinois) over #12, Champ. While the field is not quite as stacked as it has been in years past (no Penn State, no Iowa, no Ohio State, no Michigan, no Nebraska, no Minnesota), and the Southern Scuffle is gaining at its expense, its still a high quality event. Six Badgers have advanced into the semifinals on Friday. And this year, you can catch the whole thing streaming on BTN+. The official 2022-23 Wrestling schedule for the Northwestern University Wildcats. The 58th edition of. Wisconsin Whitewater's Jaritt Shinhoster continued his impressive run by stopping madman freshmen Brian Soldano. 28, 2023 11:55 am3d ago, Hawkeye Wrestling Apr. That said, Lovett, who is redshirting this year, brings plenty of excitement himself. Gambling Problem? 4:20, Luke Stout (Princeton) won by tech fall over Cole Urbas (Penn) TF 20-4, Zac Braunagel (Illinois) won by decision over Michael Battista (Virginia) Dec 4-1, Dayton Pitzer (Pittsburgh) won by decision over Colton Schultz (Arizona State) Dec 4-0, Trent Hillger (Wisconsin) won by decision over Boone Mcdermott (Rutgers) Dec 6-0, Colton McKiernan (SIU Edwardsville) won by decision over Yaraslau Slavikouski (Harvard) Dec 9-2, Lucas Davison (Northwestern) won by major decision over Ben Goldin (Penn) Maj 8-0, Eric Barnett (Wisconsin) vs Dean Peterson (Rutgers), Killian Cardinale (West Virginia) vs Brandon Courtney (Arizona State), Lucas Byrd (Illinois) vs Michael Colaiocco (Penn), Chris Cannon (Northwestern) vs Ryan Crookham (Lehigh), Cole Matthews (Pittsburgh) vs Saul Ervin (SIU Edwardsville), Josh Edmond (Missouri) vs Sammy Alvarez (Rutgers), Kyle Parco (Arizona State) vs Caleb Tyus (SIU Edwardsville), Doug Zapf (Penn) vs Yahya Thomas (Northwestern), Andrew Clark (Rutgers) vs Drew Scharenbrock (Wisconsin), Trevor Chumbley (Northwestern) vs Garrett Model (Wisconsin), Dean Hamiti (Wisconsin) vs Izzak Olejnik (Northern Illinois), Dan Braunagel (Illinois) vs Quincy Monday (Princeton), Edmond Ruth (Illinois) vs Alex Cramer (Central Michigan), Nick Incontrera (Penn) vs Daniel Wask (Navy Prep), Brian Soldano (Rutgers) vs Jaritt Shinhoster (UW-Whitewater), Anthony Carman (West Virginia) vs Reece Heller (Pittsburgh), Braxton Amos (Wisconsin) vs Mac Stout (Pittsburgh), Luke Stout (Princeton) vs Zac Braunagel (Illinois), Dayton Pitzer (Pittsburgh) vs Trent Hillger (Wisconsin), Colton McKiernan (SIU Edwardsville) vs Lucas Davison (Northwestern). We have Josh Jones at 133, Nate Higley at 149, and Tyler Kocak at 184 all in the round of 16. Arizona State's Cohlton Schultz, a 2022 NCAA tournament runner-up to Gable Steveson, is seeded first at 285 pounds despite dropping a 5-2 match to South Dakota State's AJ Nevills at the Cliff. Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA (select parishes)/MA/MD/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OH/OR/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Round 3: Michael Dolan (West Virginia) over, Champ. 29, 2023 2:23 pm1d ago, Nancy Justis - correspondent Iowa Prep Sports May. See terms at draftkings.com/sportsbook. Who from the B1G came up big on draft night(s)? Hamiti lost in the closing seconds in a tight 4-3 decision to Princeton's Quincy Monday, while Amos went into multiple overtimes and tiebreakers before losing 2-1 to Illinois' Zac Braunagel, easily the tournament's longest bout. Dean Hamiti moved on to the 165-pound final with a 6-0 decision victory over Izzak Olejnik (Northern Illinois). Young guys like Ryan Crookham, James Rowley, Dayton Pitzer, and more really excelled. A Schultz/Davison final would be the perfect cap to the event. After earning 15 team points for the Badgers, Hamiti will wrestle Izzak Olejnik (Northern Illinois) in Bout 559. By submitting my information, I agree to the, FRL 924 - Great US Open Sets Up Highly Anticipated Final X, Great US Open Sets Up Highly Anticipated Final X | FloWrestling Radio Live (Ep. Round 4: Brody Conley (West Virginia) over, Champ. Get the most important Wrestling stories delivered straight to your inbox. MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - West Virginia University wrestling coach Tim Flynn has announced the team award winners for the 2022-23 season, recognizing the team leaders in takedowns, falls and wins, as well as the Rookie of the Year, Most Improved, Mountain Man and Most Outstanding Wrestler awards. The Scarlet. Trent Hillger finished sixth overall in the heavyweights after withdrawing from his final matches due to injury. 184: 1) Brian Soldano (RUT), 2) Anthony Montalvo (ASU), 2) Reece Heller (PITT), 3) Anthony Carman (WV), 4) Neil Antrassian (VIRGINIA). The Gazette has been informing Iowans with in-depth local news coverage and insightful analysis for 140 years. Check out the full Midlands brackets, here. Tom Barton Government & Politics Mar. Semi: #15 Anthony Artalona (Penn) over #16, 1st Place Match: #14 Trevor Chumbley (Northwestern) over, 1st Place Match: Quincy Monday (Princeton) over, Quarterfinal: #22 Nick Incontrera (Penn) over, Cons. Void in ONT. He then earned a second pin against John Crawford (Franklin & Marshall) in 2:33 to advance to the semifinals against Pitt's Mac Stout in Bout 605 on Friday at 197 pounds. Eric Barnett (Wisconsin) won by major decision over Sheldon Seymour (Lehigh) Maj 13-4, Dean Peterson (Rutgers) won by decision over Ryan Miller (Penn) Dec 3-2, Killian Cardinale (West Virginia) won by decision over Markel Baker (George Mason) Dec 12-6, Brandon Courtney (Arizona State) won by decision over Blake West (Northern Illinois) Dec 4-3, Lucas Byrd (Illinois) won by decision over Julian Chlebove (Arizona State) Dec 4-0, Michael Colaiocco (Penn) won by decision over Taylor Lamont (Wisconsin) Dec 8-1, Chris Cannon (Northwestern) won by decision over Hunter Adrian (Brown) Dec 4-1, Ryan Crookham (Lehigh) won by decision over Joe Heilman (Rutgers) Dec 2-1, Cole Matthews (Pittsburgh) won by decision over Joe Olivieri (Rutgers) Dec 2-1, Saul Ervin (SIU Edwardsville) won by decision over Jesse Vasquez (Arizona State) Dec 6-3, Josh Edmond (Missouri) won by decision over Brian Courtney (Unattached ) Dec 3-2, Sammy Alvarez (Rutgers) won by major decision over Danny Pucino (Illinois) Maj 12-2, Kyle Parco (Arizona State) won by decision over Johnny Lovett (Central Michigan) Dec 3-1, Caleb Tyus (SIU Edwardsville) won by decision over Sam Hillegas (West Virginia) Dec 4-2, Doug Zapf (Penn) won by decision over Jarod Verkleeren (Virginia) Dec 9-3, Yahya Thomas (Northwestern) won by decision over Tyler Badgett (Pittsburgh) Dec 12-5, Andrew Clark (Rutgers) won in sudden victory - 1 over Anthony Artalona (Penn) SV-1 5-3, Drew Scharenbrock (Wisconsin) won by tech fall over Cael Berg (Harvard) TF 18-3, Trevor Chumbley (Northwestern) won by major decision over Marcus Robinson (Cleveland State) Maj 8-0, Garrett Model (Wisconsin) won by decision over Derek Gilcher (Indiana) Dec 4-2, Dean Hamiti (Wisconsin) won by major decision over Cardi Wilson (SIU Edwardsville) Maj 9-0, Izzak Olejnik (Northern Illinois) won by decision over Justin McCoy (Virginia) Dec 3-2, Dan Braunagel (Illinois) won by decision over Peyton Hall (West Virginia) Dec 7-6, Quincy Monday (Princeton) won by decision over Holden Heller (Pittsburgh) Dec 6-2, Edmond Ruth (Illinois) won by decision over Luca Augustine (Pittsburgh) Dec 5-3, Alex Cramer (Central Michigan) won by decision over Kole Mulhauser (Princeton) Dec 4-0, Nick Incontrera (Penn) won by major decision over Josh Otto (Wisconsin) Maj 10-1, Daniel Wask (Navy Prep) won by decision over Troy Fisher (Northwestern) Dec 4-3, Brian Soldano (Rutgers) won by fall over Evan Bates (Northwestern) Fall 3:54, Jaritt Shinhoster (UW-Whitewater) won by decision over Neil Antrassian (Virginia) Dec 7-3, Anthony Carman (West Virginia) won by decision over Dylan Fishback (NC State) Dec 6-4, Reece Heller (Pittsburgh) won in sudden victory - 1 over Dylan Connell (Illinois) SV-1 2-0, Braxton Amos (Wisconsin) won by fall over John Crawford (Franklin & Marshall) Fall 2:33, Mac Stout (Pittsburgh) won by injury default over Austin Cooley (West Virginia) Inj. Surprising fans, heavyweight Trent Hillger lost his semifinal in the final three seconds after seemingly having the victory locked up. A quarter with Heilman would be a great measuring stick for both. Hopefully hes healthy and ready to go. Is Princeton (see Glory listed at 133) just saying to hell with it? Illinois rounded out the top five with 104.5 team points. Big Ten Quarterbacks 2023: The Old Reliables, These guys are definitely playing for their teams. 133: 1) Lucas Byrd (Illinois), 2) Michael McGee (ASU), 3) Pat Glory (PRINCETON), 2) Joe Heilman (RUT), 3) Chris Cannon (NW), 4) Michael Colaiocco (PENN). Iowa and UNI were scheduled to compete. Assuming he does go, it could be quite fun and Id actually tab him as the favorite. 125: 1) Eric Barnett (Wisconsin), 2) Brandon Courtney (ASU), 3) Killian Cardinale (WV), 4) Dean Peterson (Rutgers). 100% Buyer Guarantee! The 2022 Big Ten Freshman of the Year and an NCAA All-American, Hamiti pinned Mason Spears (Brown) in 3:37 and then Luke Gayer (Rutgers) in 5:32. Took fourth at the Indiana state wrestling tournament last year, helping Crown Point (led by one Jesse Mendez) to a . Community Rules apply to all content you upload or otherwise submit to this site. Its easy if you try. We have 4 wrestlers still in the tournament. Hillger did not compete in the ensuing match due to medical forfeit. Wisconsin's Dean Hamiti is the #1 seed at 165. Garrett Model finished fifth overall at 157 pounds, earning a final victory 3-0 decision over Rutger's Andrew Clark to join Scharenbrock on the podium. Peter Ackerman / USA TODAY NETWORK. (); : Still, this is Byrds to lose. Feedback, questions or accessibility issues: Barry Alvarez: Three Decades of Excellence, Last Updated PDF of Midlands Record Book by Northwestern Wrestling, Hamiti 6th, Hillger 8th at NCAA Championships, Hamiti, Hilger advance to NCAA quarterfinals, University of Wisconsin-Madison Privacy Policy, Video Platform powered by CBS Sports Digital, Champ. This year's Midlands Championships will mark a historic occasion, as the most prestigious wrestling non-conference wrestling tournament in the nation will be adding a women's division for. December 29, 2022 Rd 16: Markel Baker, George Mason over #17 Dylan Shawver, Rutgers - 4-2, Quarters: Dean Peterson, Rutgers over #19 Ryan Miller, Penn - 3-2, Consi Rd 8: Diego Sotelo, Harvard over #19 Ryan Miller, Penn - FALL, 5:34, Consi Rd 8: Sheldon Seymour, Lehigh over #17 Dylan Shawver, Rutgers - 5-3, Quarters: Ryan Crookham, Lehigh over #13 Joe Heilmann, Rutgers - 2-1, Consi Quarter: Julian Chlebove, Arizona State over #21 Taylor LaMont, Wisconsin - 3-2, Semis: #19 Michael Colaiocco, Penn over #4 Lucas Byrd, Illinois - 15-13, 7th Place: Hunter Adrian, Brown over #21 Taylor LaMont, Wisconsin - 3-2, Finals: #19 Michael Colaiocco, Penn over #10 Chris Cannon, Northwestern - 3-2, Rd 64: Felix Lettini, Wisconsin over HM Cayden Rooks, Indiana - FALL, 7:32, Rd 16: Saul Ervin, SIUE over #14 Joseph Zargo, Wisconsin - FALL, 1:54, Rd 16: Josh Edmond, Missouri over #13 Frankie Tal Shahar - 9-7, Quarters: Saul Ervin, SIUE over HM Jesse Vasquez, Arizona State - 6-3, Semis: Josh Edmond, Missouri over HM Sammy Alvarez, Rutgers - 3-2, Rd 64: Jude Swisher, Penn over HM Anthony White, Rutgers - 3-1, Consi Rd 32: John Wiley, Oklahoma over HM Anthony White, 11-10, Quarters: HM Caleb Tyus, SIUE over #22 Sam Hillegas, West Virginia - 4-2, Consi Rd 8: Nate Higley, George Mason over HM Graham Rooks, Indiana - Fall, 4:58, Consi Rd 8: Nate Higley, George Mason over #23 Jarod Verkleeren, Virginia - 7-5, SV-1, Consi Rd 8: Cade Balestrini, Bloomsburg over #18 Johnny Lovett, Central Michigan - 3-2, Consi Rd 8: Max Brignola, Lehigh over #22 Sam Hillegas, West Virginia - 6-4, Finals: #6 Yahya Thomas, Northwestern over #5 Kyle Parco, Arizona State - 4-3, Rd 64: Cael Berg, Harvard over HM Dazjon Casto, Pitt - 8-6, Rd 32: Drew Scharenbrock, Wisconsin over HM Corbyn Munson, Central Michigan - FALL 0:36, Consi Rd 32: Jerrrdon Fisher, Missouri over HM Dazjon Casto, Pitt - 4-3, Consi Rd 8: Trevor Tarsi, Harvard over HM Corbyn Munson, Central Michigan - 3-2, Quarters: HM Andrew Clark, Rutgers over #14 Anthony Artalona, Penn - 5-3, SV-1, Semis: Drew Scharenbrock, Wisconsin over HM Andrew Clark, Rutgers - 3-2, Semis: #22 Trevor Cumbley, Northwestern over #15 Garrett Model, Wisconsin - 6-1, 3rd Place: HM Derek Gilcher, Indiana over #14 Anthony Artalona, Penn - 7-4, Rd 32: Daniel Patten, Cleveland State over #20 Tony Negron, Arizona State - 9-7, SV-1, Consi Rd 16: Chandler Amaker, Central Michigan over #20 Tony Negron, Arizona State - 5-4, Consi Rd 8: Lucas Revano, Penn over #23 Holden Heller, Pitt - 8-2, Quarters: #10 Izzak Olejnik, Northern Illinois over #9 Justin McCoy, Virginia, Quarters: #14 Dan Braunagel, Illinois over #5 Peyton Hall, West Virginia, Consi Semis: #14 Dan Braunagel over #9 Justin McCoy, Virginia - 10-4, Rd 32: James Rowley, Wisconsin over HM Jackson Turley, Rutgers - 7-1, Consi Rd 16: Scott Joll, West Virginia over HM Jackson Turley, Rutgers - 15-2, Quarters: Daniel Wask, Navy over #21 Troy Fisher, Northwester, 4-3, Quarters: Jaritt Shinhoster, UW-Whitewater over Neil Antrassian, Virginia - 7-3, Semis: Jaritt Shinhoster, UW-Whitewater over #14 Brian Soldano, Rutgers - 7-0, 3rd Place: #22 Neil Antrassian, Penn over Brian Soldano, Rutgers - 12-6, Rd 16: John Crawford, Franklin & Marshall over HM Nick Willham, Indiana - 3-2, Consi Rd 8: Cole Urbas, Penn over HM Nick Willham, Indiana - 4-2, SV-1, Consi Semi: Andrew Davison, Northwestern over #19 Luke Stout, Princeton - 7-4, Rd 16: Dayton Pitzer, Pittsburgh over #20 Michael Wolfgram, West Virginia - 10-0, Consi Rd 16: Daulton Mayer, Thomas More over HM Vincenzo Pelusi, Franklin & Marshall - 4-0, Quarters: Dayton Pitzer, Pitt over #4 Cohlton Schultz, Arizona State - 4-0, Semis: Dayton Pitzer, Pitt over #10 Trent Hillger, Wisconsin - FALL, 6:57. As a team, Princeton has finished fifth at each of the last two Midlands. Amos looks improved this yearhe has a SV win over L. Stout, and an MD over 6) Cole Urbas (PENN), but top seed probably should have gone to Braunagel, who took Bonaccorsi to SV his last match out. Also, recorded wins over nationally ranked Broderson (Iowa State twice) and Darrien Roberts (Oklahoma), Placed at the Big 12 Championship for the first time in his career (had previously never won a match in first two appearances at the tournament), Broke into the national rankings for the first time in his career following the Big 12 Championship, Decided not to have surgery and wrestle through it, Tore his meniscus in other knee on February 9, Wrestled first match after meniscus surgery on March 16, Became the 35th All-American in program history and just the eighth wrestler in program history to become a two-time All-American, Made the President's List (4.0 GPA) during both semesters last year and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in communication sciences and disorders, Accumulated a 3.91 GPA this year while earning a master's degree in Business Administration, Finished 13-4 (One loss was injury default at Big 12s), Eighth wrestler in program history to become a two-time All-American. This years tournament has been canceled. The top-tier collegiate wrestling event will not be rescheduled for this season and will look to return to the mat in December of 2022, the release noted. Eligibility restrictions apply. Round 7: Julian Chlebove (Arizona State) over #20 Taylor Lamont (Wisconsin)Dec. 3-2, 7th Place Match: Hunter Adrian (Brown) over #20 Taylor Lamont (Wisconsin)Dec. 3-2, Champ. Odds and lines subject to change. Wisconsin holds a 15.5-point lead ahead of second-place Northwestern (63.0 points), Pitt (61.5), Rutgers (60.0) and Penn (58.0). Round 2: Eli Sheeren (Buffalo) over, Champ. incident in shaw, oldham today, yooka laylee and the impossible lair walkthrough ign, banana republic fall 2022,

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