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    Default 2011 NCAA Tournament Session 2: Match Ups/Results/Discussion

    Great first session of wrestling this morning. Not near as many upsets as the last two years but still plenty of exciting wrestling.

    This session gets started at 6:30 pm eastern.

    Team Scores
    1. Penn State: 20
    2. Iowa: 18
    3. Cornell: 16.5
    4. Wisconsin: 15
    5. Minnesota, Oklahoma State: 14

    125
    #1 Anthony Robles (Arizona State) v. US Steven Keith (Harvard)
    #8 Jarrod Patterson (Oklahoma) v. US Mark Rappo (Penn)
    #5 Zach Sanders (Minnesota) v. #12 Jarrod Garnett (Virginia Tech)
    #4 James Nicholson (Old Dominion) v. US Ben Kjar (Utah Valley)
    #3 Brandon Precin (Northwestern) v. US Joey Langel (Rutgers)
    #6 Nic Bedelyon (Kent State) v. #11 Frank Perrelli (Cornell)
    #7 Ryan Mango (Stanford) v. US Anthony Zanetta (Pittsburgh)
    #2 Matt McDonough (Iowa) v. US Sean Boyle (Michigan)

    133
    #1 Jordan Oliver (Oklahoma State) v. US Levi Mele (Northwestern)
    #8 Mike Grey (Cornell) v. #9 Devin Carter (Virginia Tech)
    #5 Lou Ruggirello (Hofstra) v. #12 Kyle Hutter (Old Dominion)
    #4 Tyler Graff (Wisconsin) v. US Fred Santaite (Boston)
    #3 Andrew Long (Penn State) v. US David Thorn (Minnesota)
    #6 Tony Ramos (Iowa) v. #11 Scott Sentes (Central Michigan)
    #7 BJ Futrell (Illinois) v. US Flint Ray (Utah Valley)
    #2 Andrew Hochstrasser (Boise State) v. US Kevin Smith (Buffalo)

    141
    #1 Kellen Russell (Michigan) v. US Michael Mangrum (Oregon State)
    #8 Zack Bailey (Oklahoma) v. #9 Cole VonOhlen (Air Force)
    #5 Montell Marion (Iowa) v. US Zack Kemmerer (Penn)
    #4 Jimmy Kennedy (Illinois) v. US Chris Diaz (Virginia Tech)
    #3 Boris Novachkov (Cal Poly) v. US Matt Bonson (Lock Haven)
    #6 Andrew Alton (Penn State) v. #11 Matt Mariacher (American)
    #7 Tyler Nauman (Pittsburgh) v. #10 Todd Schavrien (Missouri)
    #2 Mike Thorn (Minnesota) v. US Nick Nelson (Virginia)

    149
    #1 Darrion Caldwell (NC State) v. US Eric Grajales (Michigan)
    #8 Ganbayar Sanjaa (American) v. US Cole Schmitt (Wisconsin)
    #5 Jamal Parks (Oklahoma State) v. US Eric Terrazas (Illinois)
    #4 Kyle Dake (Cornell) v. US Torsten Gillespie (Edinboro)
    #3 Kevin LeValley (Bucknell) v. US Scott Sakaguchi (Oregon State)
    #6 Jason Chamberlain (Boise State) v. US Joey Napoli (Lehigh)
    #7 Mario Mason (Rutgers) v. #10 Kurt Kinser (Indiana)
    #2 Frank Molinaro (Penn State) v. US Derek Valenti (Virginia)

    157
    #1 Adam Hall (Boise State) v. US Colton Salazar (Purdue)
    #8 Jason Welch (Northwestern) v. #9 James Fleming (Clarion)
    #5 Jesse Dong (Virginia Tech) v. #12 Paul Young (Indiana)
    #4 Bubba Jenkins (Arizona State) v. US Mark Lewandowski (Buffalo)
    #3 David Taylor (Penn State) v. US David Bonin (Northern Iowa)
    #6 Derek St. John (Iowa) v. #11 Walter Peppelman (Harvard)
    #7 Bryce Saddoris v. #10 Daryl Cocozzo (Rutgers)
    #2 Steve Fittery (American) v. US Johnny Greisheimer (Edinboro)

    165
    #1 Jordan Burroughs (Nebraska) v. US Justin Lister (Binghamton)
    #8 Scott Winston (Rutgers) v. #9 Justin Kerber (Cornell)
    #5 Colt Sponseller (Ohio State) v. US Eren Civan (Columbia)
    #4 Josh Asper (Maryland) v. US Stephen Burak (Penn)
    #3 Tyler Caldwell (Oklahoma) v. US Donnie Jones (West Virginia)
    US Peter Yates (Virginia Tech) v. US Paul Gillespie (Hofstra)
    #7 Shane Onufer (Wyoming) v. US Jim Resnick (Rider)
    #2 Andrew Howe (Wisconsin) v. US Brandon Hatchett (Lehigh)

    174
    #1 Jon Reader v. US Luke Manuel (Purdue)
    #8 Mike Letts (Maryland) v. #9 Ethen Lofthouse (Iowa)
    #5 Chris Henrich (Virginia) v. #12 Mike Benefiel (Oklahoma State)
    #4 Colby Covington (Oregon State) v. US Jake Swartz (Boise State)
    #3 Mack Lewnes (Cornell) v. US Nick Purdue (Ohio)
    #6 Ben Bennett (Central Michigan) v. US Curran Jacobs (Michigan State)
    #7 Nick Amuchastegui (Stanford) v. #10 Nick Heflin (Ohio State)
    #2 Ed Ruth (Penn State) v. US Scott Glasser (Minnesota)

    184
    #1 Chris Honeycutt (Edinboro) v. US Luke Rebertus (Navy)
    #8 Kevin Steinhaus (Minnesota) v. #9 Quentin Wright (Penn State)
    #5 Joe LeBlanc (Wyoming) v. #12 Grant Gambrall (Iowa)
    #4 Travis Rutt (Wisconsin) v. US Max Thomusseit (Pittsburgh)
    #3 Steve Bosak (Cornell) v. US Jake Meredith (Arizona State)
    #6 Ryan Loder (Northern Iowa) v. Diego Bencomo (Duke)
    #7 Chris Perry (Oklahoma State) v. #10 Josh Ihnen (Nebraska)
    #2 Robert Hamlin (Lehigh) v. US Dan Rinaldi (Rutgers)

    197
    #1 Cam Simaz (Cornell) v. US Andy Johnson (Nebraska)
    #8 Matt Powless (Indiana) v. #9 Sonny Yohn (Minnesota)
    #5 Luke Lofthouse (Iowa) v. #12 Zack Giesen (Stanford)
    #4 Dustin Kilgore (Kent State) v. US Jay Hahn (Bucknell)
    #3 Trevor Brandvold (Wisconsin) v. US John Hall (Boston)
    #6 Micah Burak (Penn) v. #11 Jerome Ward (Iowa State)
    #7 Zac Thomusseit (Pittsburgh) v. #10 Logan Brown (Purdue)
    #2 Clayton Foster (Oklahoma State) v. US Joe Kennedy (Lehigh)

    285
    #1 Zach Rey (Lehigh) v. US David Marone (Virginia Tech)
    #8 Tony Nelson (Minnesota) v. #9 Cameron Wade (Penn State)
    #5 Dom Bradley (Missouri) v. #12 Eric Bugenhagen (Wisconsin)
    US Levi Cooper (Arizona State) v. US Joseph Rizqallah (Michigan State)
    #3 Ryan Flores (American) v. US Kevin Lester (Columbia)
    #11 Tucker Lane (Nebraska) v. US Brendan Barlow (Kent State)
    #7 Blake Rasing (Iowa) v. #10 Nathan Fernandez (Oklahoma)
    #2 Jarod Trice (Central Michigan) v. US Ricky Alcala (Indiana)
    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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    Default Re: 2011 NCAA Tournament Session 2: Match Ups/Results/Discussion

    What was the Jack Wade score?
    Quote Originally Posted by Flop The Nuts View Post
    [D]on't let lack of knowledge impact your ability to post as if you are knowledgeable.

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    Default Re: 2011 NCAA Tournament Session 2: Match Ups/Results/Discussion

    9-2 Wade

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    Default Re: 2011 NCAA Tournament Session 2: Match Ups/Results/Discussion

    Did you see the match? From the score I assume Wade pretty much dominated.
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    [D]on't let lack of knowledge impact your ability to post as if you are knowledgeable.

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    Default Re: 2011 NCAA Tournament Session 2: Match Ups/Results/Discussion

    Is there anywhere to see the mat assignments? Particularly which mat Grajales/Caldwell will be on?

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    Default Re: 2011 NCAA Tournament Session 2: Match Ups/Results/Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by rustyshackleford View Post
    Is there anywhere to see the mat assignments? Particularly which mat Grajales/Caldwell will be on?
    You can have all 4 mats showing on ESPN3 at once if you click the botton on the lower righthand corner that looks kinda like a 2x2 matrix. Then when the match you are waiting for comes up, just go back to the normal mode on whichever mat you want.

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    Default Re: 2011 NCAA Tournament Session 2: Match Ups/Results/Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by thoguh View Post
    You can have all 4 mats showing on ESPN3 at once if you click the botton on the lower righthand corner that looks kinda like a 2x2 matrix. Then when the match you are waiting for comes up, just go back to the normal mode on whichever mat you want.
    Awesome. Thanks, man.

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    Default Re: 2011 NCAA Tournament Session 2: Match Ups/Results/Discussion

    They're going to get going here in just a minute, but they'll be doing a consolation round first.

    If anything particularly notable happens I'll post it, but I won't be posting match by match results until round 2 gets going.
    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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    Default Re: 2011 NCAA Tournament Session 2: Match Ups/Results/Discussion

    Wow, ESPN3 is pretty sweet. Unfortunately I'm at work and I think I might get a visit from the IT department if I sit here the rest of the afternoon and stream wrestling to my computer. Maybe not though, I don't know how much bandwidth this sucks up.

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