2017 Fargo Results

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  1. Primetime26

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  2. cyclonenation5

    cyclonenation5 Well-Known Member

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    Shapiro still alive on the back side. The state of Iowa is having a good showing overall.
     
  3. buf87

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    Aden Reeves is in the semis at 113
    Ben Kamali is in the consi at 113
    Michael Millage is in the semis at 138
    Sasso in the semis at 145.
    Brayton Lee got beat by Gfeller (Ok State recruit) 8-5 in the quarters at 145
    Will Lewan is in the semis at 152
    David Carr is in the semis at 160
    Shapiro is alive in the consi at 195
     
  4. buf87

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    Shapiro wrestling for 7th. My guess is he is a little outsized for 195. Just my guess!
     
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    Brayton Lee beat Sasso 7-2
     
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    Carr beat Joe Lee
     
  7. buf87

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    Millage will wrestle for 5th
     
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    Will Lewan is in the finals at 152
     
  9. cywr89

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    Team Iowa is fizzling out. Tons of guys getting beat the round to place and then almost all semifinalist loss back-to-back matches.
     
  10. buf87

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    Saw that cywr89. Not many going for 1st or 3rd
     
  11. buf87

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    http://intermatwrestle.com/articles/18435

    Interested in watching Jack Jessen also at 182 finals. Not sure what his school list looks like for college. Same with Brock Hardy at 145 going for 7th

    Then also Carr and Lewan in the 152 & 160 finals
    Millage going for 5th, Lee going for 3rd, Sasso going for 5th, Shapiro going 7th
     
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  12. cyclonenation5

    cyclonenation5 Well-Known Member

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    Even though he's not coming here, Max Lyon just got Team Iowa another national championship. Beat Jack Jessen 10-3 at 182. Lyon is going to Purdue, so hopefully he can beat up some Hawkeyes over the next 4-5 years.
     
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  13. HGoat

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    Shapiro looked pretty small for 195, I don't think he will have trouble making 184 unless he really grows a lot this next year.

    Nice tournament for the state of Iowa finishing 3rd. Hope we can get Millage.
     
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  14. clonedude

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    I can't believe Max Lyon is heading out of state. I assume he had offers from Iowa, ISU, and UNI, correct?

    I've watched him wrestle for several years, and the kid is just a beast. I would have LOVED to see him at ISU.
     
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  15. cyclonenation5

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    Not sure he had much interest in ISU. I don't know if we went after him too hard either though, which is a little frustrating since he's going for engineering.
     
  16. BCClone

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    From what I gathered, we were late to the party. This is a kid that anybody who had a kid wrestling the aau circuit knew his name. I had heard that he was a little of an unknown to the staff, which was a head scratcher to me.
     
  17. csteve

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    Max is a great kid and would thrive in an atmosphere where the kids have fun. I think Iowa is a little too serious for Max. I don't think he would put himself in a situation like the former ISU wrestling room. Max committed to Purdue when ISU was an absolute mess. Had KD and Co. been in place, maybe they would have made the short list.

    Purdue's engineering school is considered one of the best in the country. ISU has a a great engineering program as well, but overall I think Purdue was a good fit. I communicated with KJ several times about Max and know they were watching him. Not sure how much interest they showed. I wish he would have been a Cyclone!
     
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  18. Primetime26

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    Carr beat Joe Lee, #1 at 152 vs #1 at 160. Carr is going to be a good one. Not sure what our chances are anymore, but hope we are doing all we can.
     
  19. brett108

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    What is the common consensus on Carr? Do we think our chances are worse now that KJ and the Paulsons are not here? I just don't understand how that is the case, literally everything about the program should be better from a development standpoint with the new staff, based on VT results. What made KJ and company so attractive to high level recruits? We weren't producing any mat results with the previous regime, and were getting run off the mat by lower level teams regularly. It just seems odd that we would see a drop off there.

    I know there is this huge thing about freestyle training, but look at the senior level results. The best college folkstyle wrestlers are also the best freestyle guys. The styles are not mutually exclusive. It just doesn't make sense. KJ was like the Dave Rice of wrestling.
     
  20. SimpsonCyclone

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    Haha the Dave Rice comparison is funny. I can see that.

    I think a lot of the recruiting success was from the Paulsons. They coached a lot of the kids he recruiting/got commitments from on the summer freestyle circuit. Storr is very very close with them. I honestly don't know for sure if freestyle is the concern for the Carr's. I've heard from a very reliable source that Nate wasn't/isn't happy with the way the past couple coaching staffs have been treated by ISU Administration (Pollard..) also with the way our program has been, I dont think he wants his son to come here. **I know it doesn't really make sense to me either - since this new staff has very proven results versus what KJ produced** David is an elite wrestler and a VERY elite freestyle wrestler. I think he ends up at tOSU and if not there, I think he ends up at Nebraska.

    Sucks that we aren't in on him though (from what I've heard). He is as "legacy" as they come to ISU Wrestling..
     

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