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    <table border="0" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" height="100%" width="100%"><tbody><tr><td align="left" valign="middle" width="5%">
    </td><td align="left" valign="middle" width="55%">Arizona State 25 CSU-Bakersfield 13
    ? Thread Started Yesterday at 10:30pm ?</td><td align="right" height="20" valign="bottom" width="40%"> </td></tr><tr><td colspan="3" valign="top"><hr class="hr" size="1" width="100%"> <!-- google_ad_section_start --> 125-Anthony Robles (ASU) maj Frank Lomas (CSUB) 13-1
    133-Ben Ashmore (ASU) fall Tyler Iwamura (CSUB) 1:21
    141-Elijah Nacita (CSUB) maj Chris Drouin (ASU) 13-5
    149-Vicente Varela (ASU) dec John Cardenas (CSUB) 12-5
    157-Michael Swigart (ASU) dec Andrew Balch (CSUB) 4-3
    165-Joey Granata (CSUB) dec Kyle DeBerry (ASU) 5-4
    174-Eric Starks (ASU) dec Trevor Hall (CSUB) 4-3
    184-Jake Meredith (ASU) dec Mike Larson (CSUB) 5-1
    197-Riley Orozco (CSUB) fall Anthony Pike (ASU) 4:55
    285-Erik Nye (ASU) dec Mitch Montiero (CSUB) 5-3
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    Default Re: ASU 25 CSU -Baker

    Nacita was seen leading Drouin around on a leash last week .

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    He did it also at the high school state championship but nothing like he's doing the last couple times they meant

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    Default Re: ASU 25 CSU -Baker

    back to back majors.

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    I like drouin but still think he's overrated. I dont see him AA this year. Unless he gets another good bracket like he did this year. I dont see it happening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernRefrig View Post
    I like drouin but still think he's overrated. I dont see him AA this year. Unless he gets another good bracket like he did this year. I dont see it happening.
    I had Drouin last year on my fantasy squad and held my breathe every time he took the mat -I think ha already has as many losses this year as last -and the Pac 10 has Filip,Mangrum ,Jones and Duenas .

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    http://www.gorunners.com/ViewArticle...CLID=204864517

    Courtesy: CSU Bakersfield Sports Information

    BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -– Elijah Nacita got a second straight big win over rival Chris Drouin, but only two other CSUB wrestlers were able to earn individual wins as the Roadrunners fell 25-13 to No. 22 nationally ranked Arizona State in a Pac-10 dual Sunday in the Icardo Center.

    Nacita and Drouin, ranked No. 12 and No. 11, respectively, in the nation, hold a rivalry that dates back to their prep days. Nacita capped his high school career with an 8-7 win over Drouin in the California State Championships, and won his first Pac-10 title in 2009 by defeating Drouin 9-8. Two weeks ago at the Reno Tournament of Champions, Nacita earned an 8-1 win and today, the Bakersfield native picked up a big 13-5 major decision, moving his season record to 12-9.

    Nacita took over early, scoring eight unanswered points in the opening period. Drouin scored an escape and takedown to being the second period, but Nacita would not fold, adding an escape and takedown of his own to close out the period up 11-3. Nacita added a quick escape to start the third, and despite a Drouin takedown in the waning seconds, added riding time to his score for the eight-point victory.

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    (Courtesy of BroncoSauras)

    According to the following five college wrestling ranking websites, Amateur Wrestling News, Intermat, D-1 College Wrestling, The Wrestling Report and The Open Mat, the PAC 10 at 141 lbs should be ranked as follows:

    141 lbs.

    # 1. Levi Jones - Boise State (Junior) - Avg. ranking 7.2 nationally
    Ranked # 6 by A.W.N., Ranked # 8 by Intermat, Ranked # 6 by D-1, Ranked # 8 by T.W.R., Ranked # 8 by T.O.M.

    # 2. Filip Novachkov - Cal Poly (Junior) - Avg. ranking 10.0
    Ranked # 8 by A.W.N., Ranked # 13 by Intermat, Ranked # 11 by D-1, Ranked # 7 by T.W.R., Ranked # 11 by T.O.M.

    # 3. Chris Drouin - Arizona State (Junior) - Avg. ranking 11.8
    Ranked # 11 by A.W.N., Ranked # 14 by Intermat, Ranked # 12 by D-1, Ranked # 10 by T.W.R., Ranked # 12 by T.O.M.

    # 4. Elijah Nacita - Cal State Bakersfield (Junior) - Avg. ranking 19.75
    Ranked # 20 by A.W.N., Ranked # 12 by Intermat, Ranked # 25 by D-1, Ranked # 22 by T.W.R.

    # 5. Adin Duenas - Cal State Fullerton (Junior) - Avg. ranking 21.33
    Ranked # 20 by Intermat, Ranked # 25 by D-1, Ranked # 22 by T.W.R.

    # 6. Mike Mangrum - Oregon State (Freshman) - Avg. ranking 33.0
    Ranked # 33 by T.W.R.

    Not ranked by any of the five ranking websites: Bret Baumbach - Stanford (Freshman) and Justin Arredondo - U. C. Davis (Freshman)

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