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    Default 2011 NCAA Tournament Wrap Up: Team Scores/All Americans/Awards

    Closing the book here on another season.

    Kudos to the Penn State fans on the board, your team wrestled great all year and noticeably stepped things up in winning at Big 10's and here this weekend.

    Team Scores
    1. Penn State: 107.5
    2. Cornell: 93.5
    3. Iowa: 86.5
    4. Oklahoma State: 70.5
    5. American: 65

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    1. #1 Anthony Robles (Arizona State)
    2. #2 Matt McDonough (Iowa)
    3. #3 Brandon Precin (Northwestern)
    4. US Ben Kjar (Utah Valley)
    5. #5 Zach Sanders (Minnesota)
    6. #7 Ryan Mango (Stanford)
    7. #8 Jarrod Patterson (Oklahoma)
    8. #4 James Nicholson (Old Dominion)

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    1. #1 Jordan Oliver (Oklahoma State)
    2. #2 Andrew Hochstrasser (Boise State)
    3. #3 Andrew Long (Penn State)
    4. #11 Scotti Sentes (Central Michigan)
    5. #4 Tyler Graff (Wisconsin)
    6. #8 Mike Grey (Cornell)
    7. #5 Lou Ruggirello (Hofstra)
    8. #7 BJ Futrell (Illinois)

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    1. #1 Kellen Russell (Michigan)
    2. #3 Boris Novachkov (Cal Poly)
    3. #2 Mike Thorn (Minnesota)
    4. #5 Montell Marion (Iowa)
    5. #4 Jimmy Kennedy (Illinois)
    6. #10 Todd Schavrien (Missouri)
    7. #8 Zack Bailey (Oklahoma)
    8. #12 Zack Kemmerer (Penn)

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    1. #4 Kyle Dake (Cornell)
    2. #2 Frank Molinaro (Penn State)
    3. #6 Jason Chamberlain (Boise State)
    4. #8 Ganbayar Sanjaa (American)
    5. #5 Jamal Parks (Oklahoma State)
    6. #11 Andrew Nadhir (Northwestern)
    7. #3 Kevin LeValley (Bucknell)
    8. US Derek Valenti (Virginia)

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    1. #4 Bubba Jenkins (Arizona State)
    2. #3 David Taylor (Penn State)
    3. #2 Steve Fittery (American)
    4. #6 Derek St. John (Iowa)
    5. #1 Adam Hall (Boise State)
    6. #8 Jason Welch (Northwestern)
    7. #7 Bryce Saddoris (Navy)
    8. #11 Walter Peppelman (Harvard)

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    1. #1 Jordan Burroughs (Nebraska)
    2. #3 Tyler Caldwell (Oklahoma)
    3. #2 Andrew Howe (Wisconsin)
    4. #5 Colt Sponseller (Ohio State)
    5. #7 Shane Onufer (Wyoming)
    6. #4 Josh Asper (Maryland)
    7. US Brandon Hatchett (Lehigh)
    8. US PJ Gillespie (Hofstra)

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    1. #1 Jon Reader (Iowa State)
    2. #7 Nick Amuchastegui (Stanford)
    3. #2 Ed Ruth (Penn State)
    4. #3 Mack Lewnes (Cornell)
    5. #4 Colby Covington (Oregon State)
    6. #5 Chris Henrich (Virginia)
    7. #8 Mike Letts (Maryland)
    8. #6 Ben Bennett (Central Michigan)

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    1. #9 Quentin Wright (Penn State)
    2. #2 Robert Hamlin (Lehigh)
    3. #12 Grant Gambrall (Iowa)
    4. #3 Steve Bosak (Cornell)
    5. #1 Chris Honeycutt (Edinboro)
    6. #5 Joe LeBlanc (Wyoming)
    7. #4 Travis Rutt (Wisconsin)
    8. #8 Kevin Steinhaus (Minnesota)

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    1. #4 Dustin Kilgore (Kent State)
    2. #2 Clayton Foster (Oklahoma State)
    3. #1 Cam Simaz (Cornell)
    4. #3 Trevor Brandvold (Wisconsin)
    5. #5 Luke Lofthouse (Iowa)
    6. #12 Zack Giesen (Stanford)
    7. #9 Sonny Yohn (Minnesota)
    8. #8 Matt Powless (Indiana)

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    1. #1 Zach Rey (Lehigh)
    2. #3 Ryan Flores (American)
    3. #5 Dom Bradley (Missouri)
    4. #2 Jarod Trice (Central Michigan)
    5. US Ricardo Alcala (Indiana)
    6. US Spencer Myers (Maryland)
    7. #8 Tony Nelson (Minnesota)
    8. US Levi Cooper (Arizona State)

    Outstanding Wrestler: Anthony Robles (Arizona State)

    Gorrarian:
    Ed Ruth (Penn State)

    Coach of the Year:
    Mark Cody (American)
    Last edited by JensenS; 03-20-2011 at 06:13 AM.
    RIP Jacob Schlottke - 1984-2011

    "If Cornell finishes ahead of Iowa with five all americans I'll jump into the Des Moines River after finals." -Herkey#1 8/16/12

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    What is the gregorian? And when do they announce the Hodge?

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    It's actually Gorriaran - most falls in least time
    You do the math..... I'll do the alfredo!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

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    I thought it was a chant.

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    gregorian is the 12 month time measurement system we use now. I guess Ed Ruth won a calendar.

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    ...and a chant


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    Interesting how 6 1 seeds and 5 2 seeds and 6 3 seeds wrestled to or above their seed their seed. That is not a bad job on the part of the seeding commitee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flop The Nuts View Post
    ...and a chant

    Thanks now I wanna move to Italy, wear a wool hoodie & swing a burning censer on a chain....

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    Default Re: 2011 NCAA Tournament Wrap Up: Team Scores/All Americans/Awards

    Quote Originally Posted by UGLY View Post
    Interesting how 6 1 seeds and 5 2 seeds and 6 3 seeds wrestled to or above their seed their seed. That is not a bad job on the part of the seeding commitee.
    Interesting that the 6 ONE seeds went 6-0 & the 3 FOUR seeds went 3-0 meaning that all the winners came from the top bracket. The THREE &TWO seeds went 0-9 combined.

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