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    After Session 1 Release from ISU, scoring

    ISU LEADS NCAA WRESTLING AFTER FIRST ROUND

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Iowa State went 9-1 Thursday in the first round of the NCAA Wrestling Championships at the Scottrade Center, propelling the Cyclones into first place in the team race after the initial session. ISU has 25 points, Iowa is second with 22 points, followed by Ohio State with 17 ½ points. Boise State and Nebraska are tied for fourth with 15 points.
    “It was a good round because we were the aggressors,” Iowa State head coach Cael Sanderson said. “A good first round gets you nothing. I’ve told the guys that this is the way we have to be again tonight. This tournament is a journey and we have a long way to go.”
    Cyclone sophomore 125-pounder Tyler Clark used a flurry of two-point nearfall maneuvers to secure himself a second round match this evening. Clark dominated Navy’s Prescott Garner by major decision, 19-5. The ninth-seeded Clark was close to securing the technical fall in the closing seconds of the third period as he found himself unable to finish a deep shot against the Navy wrestler. Clark’s second round opponent is Rollie Peterkin of Penn, who is seeded eighth.
    Nick Fanthorpe, a returning All-American for ISU at 133 pounds, scored a technical fall over Cal-State Fullerton’s TJ Dillashaw, 19-4 (7:00). Fanthorpe was too much for the Fullerton wrestler on his feet, notching seven takedowns during the first-round match. Fanthorpe, the seven seed, advances to face Penn State’s tenth-seeded Jake Strayer in the second round.
    Sixth-seeded Iowa Stater Nick Gallick edged Northwestern’s Keith Sulzer in 141-pound first-round action by decision, 4-2. Gallick, a returning All-American, advances to the second round to wrestle Lehigh’s Seth Ciasulli.
    ISU’s 149-pounder Mitch Mueller was able to get a little payback in his first-round match against Boise State’s Jason Chamberlain. Chamberlain edged Mueller in quadruple overtime at the NWCA/Cliff Keen National Duals, 4-2 (SV2). Mueller took down the Bronco twice Thursday to win by decision, 5-2. Mueller will wrestle fourth-seeded Lance Palmer of Ohio State.
    At 157 pounds, Iowa State’s Cyler Sanderson came up big in his first-round match with the most points possible. Sanderson stuck Northern Illinois’s Bryan Deutsch in 4:41. Sanderson only led 5-4 heading into the second period. The returning ISU All-American will be looking for payback as he faces Boise State’s Adam Hall in second-round action. Hall edged Sanderson at the NWCA/Cliff Keen National Duals, 3-2.
    ISU’s Jon Reader will continue his hunt to become a two-time All-American, after major-decisioning Pitt’s Ethan Headlee, 10-2. The No. 8-seeded Reader will face Dan Vallimont of Penn State this evening.
    Iowa State 174-pounder Duke Burk scored a first-round upset for the Cyclone effort by knocking off 12th-seed Alton Lucas of Hofstra. Lucas is a returning All-American for the Pride. Burk advances for a rematch with Missouri’s Raymond Jordan. Burk dropped a decision to the Tiger 6-1 earlier this season.
    Iowa State dropped its only match of the morning when redshirt freshman Jerome Ward missed on upsetting No. 4 Kirk Smith of Boise State. The match was tied 1-1 in the final 20 seconds but Ward was unable to stop a Bronco takedown and fell by decision, 3-1. Ward faces Big 12 foe Dorian Henderson of Missouri in consolation action. Ward beat Henderson by decision, 5-2, earlier this season.
    Returning two-time NCAA finalist Jake Varner proved to be too much for his first-round opponent, Daniel Bruce of Virginia Tech. Second-seeded Varner dropped the Hokie wrestler by technical fall, 17-2 (7:00). Varner’s second round opponent is Purdue’s Logan Brown.
    No. 1 seed David Zabriskie needed overtime to put away his much larger opponent from East Stroudsburg, Christopher Birchler. Zabriskie wrangled in Birchler’s legs in the first sudden victory period to win 6-4 (SV). Zabriskie will wrestle West Virginia’s Dustin Rogers in second round action.
    FIRST ROUND
    125 – No. 9 Tyler Clark (ISU) major dec. Prescott Garner (Navy), 19-5
    133 – No. 7 Nick Fanthorpe (ISU) tech. fall TJ Dillashaw (CSU-Fullerton), 19-4
    141 – No. 6 Nick Gallick (ISU) dec. Keith Sulzer (Northwestern), 4-2
    149 – Mitch Mueller (ISU) dec. Jason Chamberlain (Boise State), 5-2
    157 – No. 9 Cyler Sanderson (ISU) pinned Bryan Deutsch (Northern Illinois), 4:41
    165 – No. 8 Jon Reader (ISU) major dec. Ethan Headlee (Pitt), 10-2
    174 – Duke Burk (ISU) dec. No. 12 Alton Lucas (Hofstra), 7-6
    184 – No. 4 Kirk Smith (Boise State) dec. Jerome Ward (ISU), 3-1
    197 – No. 2 Jake Varner (ISU) tech. fall Daniel Bruce (Virginia Tech), 17-2
    HWT – No. 1 David Zabriskie (ISU) dec. Christopher Birchler (East Stroudsburg), 6-4 (SV)



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    Re: After Session 1 Release from ISU, scoring

    Good start



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    Re: After Session 1 Release from ISU, scoring

    Quote Originally Posted by CycloneWarrior View Post
    Good start

    Good? I would call it outstanding.



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    Re: After Session 1 Release from ISU, scoring

    In the grand scheme of things, how big is 3 pt lead?

    That's prettty much just a one match difference, isn't it?



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    Re: After Session 1 Release from ISU, scoring

    The three point lead after one is nice but we have to show up in the later rounds. 1st went about as good as we could hope though.



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    Re: After Session 1 Release from ISU, scoring

    thank you for the updates for us basketball watchers



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    Re: After Session 1 Release from ISU, scoring

    Quote Originally Posted by DaddyMac View Post
    In the grand scheme of things, how big is 3 pt lead?

    That's prettty much just a one match difference, isn't it?
    A standard bracket will go from 32 >>16>>8>>4>>2>>Champ.
    A pigtail match is what happens when there are more than 32 wrestlers.
    Basically, 1 or 2 wrestlers need to win to get into the round of 32.

    hopefully that helps.



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    Re: After Session 1 Release from ISU, scoring

    Quote Originally Posted by DaddyMac View Post
    In the grand scheme of things, how big is 3 pt lead?

    That's prettty much just a one match difference, isn't it?
    That could be the winning match



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    Re: After Session 1 Release from ISU, scoring

    Quote Originally Posted by DaddyMac View Post
    In the grand scheme of things, how big is 3 pt lead?

    That's prettty much just a one match difference, isn't it?
    Yes it is a difference of one match with a bonus point.



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    Re: After Session 1 Release from ISU, scoring

    Quote Originally Posted by thunderdave View Post
    A standard bracket will go from 32 >>16>>8>>4>>2>>Champ.
    A pigtail match is what happens when there are more than 32 wrestlers.
    Basically, 1 or 2 wrestlers need to win to get into the round of 32.

    hopefully that helps.
    yes it does Dave, thanks.



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    Re: After Session 1 Release from ISU, scoring

    Nice start, we need a national championship brought back to Ames!


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    Re: After Session 1 Release from ISU, scoring

    Quote Originally Posted by DaddyMac View Post
    yes it does Dave, thanks.

    So these "pig tail" matches are happening in addition to the regular first round matches? Not all of these, particularly the ones where the ISU wrestler is ranked (#1 in Zabriskie's case) can all be pig-tails?

    Are some of these guys wresting twice this morning/afternoon?
    I think there are 33 wrestlers at each weight.
    The 1 pigtail match (to get to 32) is a random draw.
    The pigtail matches were the first matches of the day. So there will be no more.



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    Re: After Session 1 Release from ISU, scoring

    keep it up guys! sounds like a good first round!



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    Re: After Session 1 Release from ISU, scoring

    Quote Originally Posted by Erik4Cy View Post
    Nice start, we need a national championship brought back to Ames!
    .....and this is pretty much the only national championship we're able to sniff right now



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    Re: After Session 1 Release from ISU, scoring

    What really helped Iowa was the number of pins. That was crazy.



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