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Gilman captures Bronze at Continental Cup in Russia

Thomas Gilman of the Hawkeye Wrestling Club captured a bronze medal at 57kg/125.5 lbs. at the Continetal Cup in Khasavjurt, Russia.  Gilman dropped his first match to Mutaliev of Russia 10-8. In the bronze medal match, Gilman defeated Saliikh Muradov of Russia 6-0. 

Gilman won Gold at 57kg/125.5 lbs. at the Yusup Abdusalamov International in Botlikh, Dagestan, Russia earlier in the week. Gilman went 5-0 on the day to win the title over wrestlers mainly from Russia.

Sammy Brooks (86kg/189 lbs.) competed in the Continental Cup and did not place.

 

57 kg: Thomas Gilman (Iowa City, Iowa/Hawkeye WC) – BRONZE

LOSS Abubakar Mutaliev (Russia) 10-8

WIN repechage, forfeit

WIN Salikh Muradov (Russia), 6-0

 

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!

Notes from Opening Day

Opening Day of Iowa Wrestling practice is always a big day for me.   That special day was yesterday as the 2019-2020 edition of Iowa Wrestling got to work with their official first practice of the season. Some of my best memories of Iowa Wrestling are from the practice room.  The Iowa Wrestling room is also where I have seen the most entertaining wrestling over the years.

The first thing you will notice about this time of year is that the Iowa Wrestlers are down to weight.  It is usually around this time that the wrestlers will certify for the year. Overall, top to bottom, the Iowa Wrestling team looks like they are more than ready to go right now.  

I will stick to my standby line and say that Spencer Lee is… Spencer Lee.  A healthy Spencer Lee will take his game to another level this season at 125.  Austin DeSanto at 133 is always working hard and I do not believe he has an off-season.  Gavin Teasdale definitely looks like he is in shape and ready to go. Teasdale looks much different from 4-5 months ago.  This is a high quality athlete with a ton of potential. As far as where Teasdale fits into the lineup and at what weight, I do not know.  I do know that Gavin Teasdale is a high quality performer from the Young Guns in Pittsburgh and one heck of a wrestler.

Max Murin has put on more size and I am looking for a very good season out of him.  141 is a pretty open weight and we need the points at the NCAA’s. The biggest question for me for the lineup this season is 149.  Patricio Lugo is a defending All-American and is the clear cut favorite. However, Vince Turk looks like he is going 149 to me. Add in Jeren Glosser and 149 will be a real battle.  Should Turk go 149, that will be three redshirt seniors looking to make the lineup. I am looking for this to be real tough competition for the varsity spot at 149 throughout the season.  

Kaleb Young is always in competition shape.  Should Young improve half as much as he did last year, he will be a finalist pushing for the title and score a lot of points for the Hawks at the NCAA’s.  Alex Marinelli looks to be at weight right now. I saw a post on Twitter that Marinelli was the first one at practice yesterday. I would say Bull has motivation in overdrive to finish the season on top.

The best word to describe Michael Kemerer?  Beast. Fans will see what I am talking about the first time they see Kemerer running out on the mat.  This guy is huge and looking very ornery. Give Kemerer five months to work his way into a new weight class of 174 from 157 and look out.  Cash Wilcke made the Round of 12 as a freshman and sophomore and Round of 16 last year. For the fourth year in a row I will say that Wilcke is the best athlete on the team.  The potential is there at an open weight nationally. Just a guess that Nelson Brands looks to be in the 174 lbs. range and looks great.  

Jacob Warner looks to be bigger and stronger than last year.  After placing seventh last year, I am looking for Warner to have a big year at 197.  All of the potential you could want from an elite recruit. Anthony Cassioppi will be competing at Hwt that is a loaded weight class.  I look for Cassioppi to roll into Big Tens ready to compete with anyone in the nation. More than anything, Cassioppi is a pinner and will be very entertaining to watch.

Overall the talent level in the Iowa Wrestling room right now is at a Gable Era level.  Iowa Wrestling has the athletes from great recruiting and the entire world knows that they are working very hard.  All of the pieces look to be in place for a great year.  

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!           

Recruiting update after Who’s #1

Who’s #1 in Carver Hawkeye Arena was not only a great and entertaining event to watch, it was an amazing look at recruiting.  As you know, recruiting is always at the top of my list. I knew that the Iowa recruits were going to have very tough matches that would be close.  I do not know how the incoming Iowa recruits could have looked any better. Iowa recruits Jesse Ybarra and Patrick Kennedy not only won their match, they won their match Iowa-Style.  

Top ranked Jesse Ybarra was in a very close match with #2 Jakason Burks. After a scoreless first period, both wrestlers managed an escape to make it 1-1.  You could tell by the body language of the two wrestlers that Ybarra was going to get it done. Ybarra shot in for the takedown and scored to win the match 3-1. Conditioning was definitely a factor for Ybarra in winning that match.  With Ybarra at Iowa and Burks at Oklahoma State, I am sure these two will meet in the future and maybe at Carver Hawkeye Arena.  

The biggest match of the night was Patrick Kennedy vs. Alex Facundo. This match was going to come down to the aggressive Kennedy shooting in and Facundo with his counters.  Would Kennedy be able to finish the shots? The answer was yes in a match of two great wrestlers. Kennedy was able to convert two shots into takedowns for a 5-2 win. Facundo, a junior, has not committed to a college at this time.  That was a great match between two competitors with a great future in wrestling.

Former Iowa commit Ryan Sokol, ranked second, dropped a 6-3 decision at 138 lbs. to top ranked and Penn State recruit Beau Barlett.  

Top ranked Paddy Gallagher of Ohio lost by tech fall in a freestyle match at 160 lbs. to Missouri commit Keegan O’Toole of Wisconsin.  One match like that does not make a difference for me. Gallagher is still #1 on my Recruiting Wish List. 

A wrestler that really impressed me was Jesse Mendez of Indiana.  Just a sophomore, Mendez competed at 132 lbs. that was the only weight class to have the top four wrestlers compete.  Mendez won his first match against #4 ranked Ryan Jack in a thrilling 9-8 match that came down to the very end. Mendez then dropped a match to #2 ranked Shayne Van Ness of New Jersey, 10-9.  

I heard about Mendez when he was in junior high and followed him last season as he won a state title and made the Cadet World Team.  I would think Jesse Mendez as a recruit would be at the top of the Recruiting Class of 2022.

Top ranked Victor Voinovich of Brecksville, Ohio was impressive at 145 lbs.  #2 Jesse Vasquez of California scored a first period takedown and was controlling the match.  When Voinovich got on top, it was over. Voinovich picked up backpoints on a turn that Vasquez was able to eventually roll through on.  The second time that happened, Voinovich got the fall in 3:42. Voinovich is uncommitted as a junior and I am sure his stock in recruiting went up a big notch from that performance. 

The level of wrestling at Who’s #1 was incredible.  There were quite a few D-I coaches in the crowd and probably many more watching online.  I kept my program from Who’s #1 to look back on when this group is in the International ranks competing for Team USA. College wrestling is at an all-time high right now and with the level of talent that we saw at Who’s #1, we as fans are in for more great entertainment.

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks! 

 

Gilman wins title in Dagestan, Russia

Thomas Gilman of the Hawkeye Wrestling Club captured a Gold at 57kg/125.5 lbs. at the Yusup Abdusalamov International in Botlikh, Dagestan, Russia. Gilman went 5-0 on the day to win the title over wrestlers mainly from Russia.  Gilman received a full length cloak, hat, and a sword for winning the title. Dagestan is the heart of international wrestling where the surrounding area captures so many world freestyle titles.  Gilman was the only American to compete in the tournament.

Gilman and Sammy Brooks of the Hawkeye Wrestling Club will be competing at the Continental Cup in Khasavjurt, Russia.  USA Wrestling is sending 17 of our top wrestlers to compete in this world class tournament. Gilman and Brooks will both compete on October 11-12.

 

Yusup Abdusalamov International – 57kg

Gold – Thomas Gilman (USA)

Silver – Salikh Muradov (Khasavyurt, UOR)

Bronze – Magomedrasul Magomedov (St. Petersburg)

Bronze – Amirkhan Guvazhokov (Kabardino-Balkaria)

 

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!

Open Iowa Wrestling practice Saturday

Iowa Wrestling will have practice open to the public this Saturday, October 12 at 11 AM.  Doors of the Iowa Wrestling room in the Dan Gable Complex will open at 10 AM. The bleachers will be pulled out and fans are welcomed to attend. The practice season begins Thursday so this will be an official practice for Iowa Wrestling.  You will notice the increased intensity in the room compared to the Hawkeye Wrestling Club practices when the Iowa Wrestlers were working out on their own. 

This will give Iowa Wrestling fans a great opportunity to come into town just for the practice.  The Iowa-Penn State football game has a 6:30 PM kickoff.  Attending an Iowa Wrestling practice is a game day tradition for a lot of Hawk fans in town for a football game. 

If you have never been to an official Iowa Wrestling practice like this before a football game, you are missing out.  In some ways it is even more entertaining than a dual meet.  You will see some serious hard wrestling.  If you are a fan, coach, wrestler, or a parent of a wrestler, watching an Iowa Wrestling practice like this will make you better.  I am expecting a standing room only full house of fans so you may want to get there early to get a seat.

The anticipation for the upcoming season is running high for Iowa Wrestling.  The Hawks open the 2019-2020 season at home when they face Tennessee-Chattanooga on Sunday, November 17 in Carver Hawkeye Arena.  Season tickets are now available for the best home schedule in the history of Iowa Wrestling.

Iowa Wrestling will also host their annual Coaches Clinic on Saturday.  The cost of the clinic will include a ticket to the football game. For more information and to register: http://www.iowawrestlingcamps.com/ 

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!

Gilman competing in Dagestan

According to Ivan_FSwrestling on Twitter, Thomas Gilman of the Hawkeye Wrestling Club is competing in the Abdusalamov Prix in Dagestan, Russia today.  Gilman is the only American wrestlers competing.  

Gilman’s first round opponent at 57kg is A. Guvajokov. The bracket on the Twitter post was written in Russian and showed 30 wrestlers in the 57kg bracket.

I will do my best to keep you posted. On results.

Thomas Gilman and Sammy Brooks of the Hawkeye Wrestling Club will be competing at the Continental Cup in Khasavjurt, Russia.  USA Wrestling is sending 17 of our top wrestlers to compete in this world class tournament. Gilman and Brooks will both compete on October 11-12.

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!

Big weekend for Iowa Wrestling fans

The calendar may have just turned to October, but this is a big weekend for Iowa Wrestling fans.  With the best high school wrestlers in the country coming to town and a Hawkeye Wrestling Club event, Saturday, October 5  will be a big day.  

The 11th Annual Hawkeye Wrestling Club Shoot will be held on Saturday in Riverside Iowa.  The event will begin with registration from 8:30-9:30 AM at the Highland Hideaway Hunting Club.  The shooting begins at 10 AM. Lunch, awards, and a raffle will take place at Noon.

Coaches and members of the HWC will be present.  All proceeds go to support the Hawkeye Wrestling Club. Door prizes and a meal will be included in the admission fee.

To register and for more information on the Hawkeye Wrestling Club Shoot go to: hawkeyewrestlingclub.com

Who’s #1 by FloWrestling will be at 5 PM on Saturday in Carver Hawkeye Arena. The top high school wrestlers in the country will be matched up in bouts of #1 vs. #2.  

Iowa Wrestling fans will especially be excited to watch incoming recruits Patrick Kennedy (170 lbs.) and Jesse Ybarra (120 lbs.) compete.  Paddy Gallagher, #1 on my Iowa Wrestling Recruiting Wish List, will be competing at 160 lbs. 

Dan Gable and Adeline Gray will be special guests at Who’s #1. Gable and Gray will be available for autographs and pictures.  Doors at Carver open at 4 PM. The jumbotron above the mat in Carver will be playing the Flo documentary Terry about Terry Brands and various wrestling videos and highlights.  This will be a great environment for wrestling fans. 

The attendance record for Who’s #1 is 1,500. I am hoping we can more than double that record and make a case that Flo will host Who’s #1 in Carver again next year.

You can buy tickets at the door for Who’s #1 or order below.  This is a great event that you do not want to miss. 

To order tickets:

https://ev9.evenue.net/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/SEGetEventList?groupCode=WHO&linkID=uiowa&shopperContext=&caller=&appCode=

 

Who’s #1 – October 5th at 5 PM in Carver Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City, Iowa

Match #1

132lbs – #1-Jesse Mendez (IN) vs. #4-Ryan Jack (CT)  – Freestyle

Colleges: Mendez (Uncommitted); Jack (NCST)

Match   #2

132lbs –  #3-Shayne Van Ness (NJ) vs. #2-Dom Serrano (CO) – Freestyle 

Colleges: Van Ness (Uncommitted); Serrano (Nebraska)          

Match #3

120lbs. – #1-Jesse Ybarra (AZ) vs. #2-Jakason Burks (NE)  – Folkstyle

Colleges: Ybarra (Iowa); Burks (Oklahoma St.)          

Match #4

113lbs – #1-Richard Figueroa II (CA) vs. #2-Stevo Poulin (NY)   – Folkstyle

Colleges: Figueroa (Arizona St.); Poulin (Uncommitted)

Match  #5

145lbs – #1-Victor Voinovich (OH) vs.  #2-Jesse Vasquez (CA) – Folkstyle

Colleges: Voinovich (Uncommitted); Vasquez (Uncommitted)          

Match #6 

65kg  – Joshua Saunders (MO) vs. Anthony Echemendia (AZ)

Colleges: Saunders (Cornell); Echemendia (RTC to be decided            

Match  #7

152lbs. –  #1-Sonny Santiago (CA) vs. #2-Travis Mastrogiovanni (NJ)  – Folkstyle

Colleges: Santiago (Arizona St.); Mastrogiovanni (Uncommitted)            

Match #8

160lbs – #1-Paddy Gallagher (OH) vs. #2-Keegan Daniel O’Toole (WI)  – Freestyle

Colleges: Gallagher (Uncommitted); O’Toole (Missouri)                  

Match #9   

126lbs. – #1-Robert Howard (NJ) vs. #2-Trevor Mastrogiovanni (NJ)  – Freestyle

Colleges: Howard (Penn St.); Mastrogiovanni (Oklahoma St.)          

Match #10

138lbs. – #1-Beau Bartlett (PA) vs. #2-Ryan Sokol (MN)  – Folkstyle

Colleges: Bartlett (Penn St.); Sokol          

Match #11

170lbs. – #1-Alex Facundo (MI) vs. #2-Patrick Kennedy (MN)  –  Folkstyle

Colleges: Facundo (Uncommitted); Kennedy (Iowa)

Match #12

132lbs. –  Winner Match #1 vs. Winner Match #2  – Style to be determined by highest ranked opponent.

Supermatch #13

Pat Downey vs. Nick Rodriguez

 

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!

Gilman and Brooks to compete in Continental Cup in Russia

Thomas Gilman and Sammy Brooks of the Hawkeye Wrestling Club will be competing at the Continental Cup in Khasavjurt, Russia.  USA Wrestling is sending 17 of our top wrestlers to compete in this world class tournament. Gilman and Brooks will both compete on October 11-12.

Gilman (57kg) won a World Silver at the 2017 World Freestyle Championships and placed fifth at the 2018 World Championships.  He placed second on Team USA for the 2019 World Team. Gilman was an NCAA Finalist and three-time All-American for Iowa in 2015-2017.

Brooks will be competing at 86kg.  In International competition, Brooks won the 2019 Grand Prix de France Henri Deglane in Nice, France.  Brooks represented Team USA at the 2017 U23 World Championships. He was a two-time All-American for the Hawks at 184 lbs. in 2016 and 2017.

I did not find a media outlet that will be covering this tournament on live stream.  I will continue to research and keep you up to date.

 

2019 CONTINENTAL CUP

at Khasavjurt, Russia, Oct. 10-14

U.S. Men’s Freestyle roster

57 kg: Thomas Gilman (Iowa City, Iowa/Titan Mercury WC/Hawkeye WC)

57 kg: Zach Sanders (Minneapolis, Minn./Minnesota Storm)

65 kg: Dean Heil (Norman, Okla./Titan Mercury WC/Oklahoma RTC)

70 kg: Frank Molinaro (Norman, Okla./Titan Mercury WC/Oklahoma RTC)

74 kg: Isaiah Martinez (Champaign, Ill./Titan Mercury WC)

74 kg: Dan Vallimont (Philadelphia, Pa./Pennsylvania RTC)

74 kg: Nazar Kulchytskyy (Minneapolis, Minn./Titan Mercury WC/Gopher WC)

74 kg: Mekhi Lewis (Bound Brook, N.J./Southeast RTC)

86 kg: Kevin Radford (Tempe, Ariz./Sunkist Kids)

86 kg: Zahid Valencia (Bellflower, Calif./Sunkist Kids)

86 kg: Sammy Brooks (Iowa City, Iowa/New York AC)

86 kg: Nick Heflin (Norman, Okla./Titan Mercury WC/Oklahoma RTC)

92 kg: Mike Macchiavello (Raleigh, N.C./Titan Mercury WC/Wolfpack WC)

97 kg: Ty Walz (Blacksburg, Va./Southeast RTC)

97 kg: Hayden Zillmer (Minneapolis, Minn./Minnesota Storm)

125 kg: Garrett Ryan (Scottsdale, Ariz./Sunkist Kids)

125 kg: Mike Kosoy (Tempe, Ariz./Sunkist Kids)

 

Schedule

Friday, Oct. 11

11 a.m. – Qualification rounds (57 kg, 65 kg, 74 kg, 86 kg, 97 kg)

5 p.m. – Semifinals (57 kg, 65 kg, 74 kg, 86 kg, 97 kg)

Saturday, Oct. 12

11 a.m. – Qualification rounds (61 kg, 70 kg, 79 kg, 92 kg, 125 kg)

11 a.m. – Repechage (57 kg, 65 kg, 74 kg, 86 kg, 97 kg)

5 p.m. – Semifinals (61 kg, 70 kg, 79 kg, 92 kg, 125 kg)

5:30 p.m. – Finals (57 kg, 65 kg, 74 kg, 86 kg, 97 kg)

Sunday, Oct. 13

11 a.m. – Repechage (61 kg, 70 kg, 79 kg, 92 kg, 125 kg)

5 p.m. – Finals (61 kg, 70 kg, 79 kg, 92 kg, 125 kg)

 

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!

Gable and Gray to sign autographs at Who’s #1

Dan Gable and Adeline Gray will be special guests for Who’s #1 by FloWrestling that will be in Carver Hawkeye Arena on Saturday, October 5 at 5 PM. Gable and Grey will be available for autographs and pictures.  Doors at Carver open at 4 PM. 

Gray recently set an American record by winning her fifth World title by capturing the Gold in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan at 76kg. Grey has won a World title in 2012, 2014, 2015, 2018, and 2019.  

I refer to Gable as “The Living Legend.” No wrestling event in Carver Hawkeye Arena would be official unless Gable was involved. Gable won 15 NCAA titles as coach of the Iowa Hawkeyes from 1977-1997. As a wrestler Gable was a two-time NCAA champion, World Champion, and Olympic Champion.

Who’s #1 provides a great opportunity to see the best high school wrestlers in the country in a matchup of #1 vs. #2.  These are future stars for Team USA in the World Championships and Olympics. There will also be a Supermatch of 2019 World Team member Pat Downey vs. Brazillian Jiu Jitsu specialist Nick Rodriguez.

Iowa Wrestling fans will especially be excited to watch incoming recruits Patrick Kennedy (170 lbs.) and Jesse Ybarra (120 lbs.) compete.  Paddy Gallagher, #1 on my Iowa Wrestling Recruiting Wish List, will be competing at 160 lbs. The Who’s #1 attendance record is 1,500. I am hoping we can more than double that record and make a case that Flo will host Who’s #1 in Carver again next year.

Programs will be available with a profile of the wrestlers competing.  These programs will also work great for autographs. Be sure and come down on the floor of Carver after the wrestling.  There will be plenty of opportunities for autographs and pictures.  

You can buy tickets at the door or order below.  This is a great event that you do not want to miss.

 

To order tickets:

https://ev9.evenue.net/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/SEGetEventList?groupCode=WHO&linkID=uiowa&shopperContext=&caller=&appCode=

 

Who’s #1 – October 5th at 5 PM in Carver Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City, Iowa

Match #1

132lbs – #1-Jesse Mendez (IN) vs. #4-Ryan Jack (CT)  – Freestyle

Colleges: Mendez (Uncommitted); Jack (NCST)

Match   #2

132lbs –  #3-Shayne Van Ness (NJ) vs. #2-Dom Serrano (CO) – Freestyle 

Colleges: Van Ness (Uncommitted); Serrano (Nebraska)          

Match #3

120lbs. – #1-Jesse Ybarra (AZ) vs. #2-Jakason Burks (NE)  – Folkstyle

Colleges: Ybarra (Iowa); Burks (Oklahoma St.)          

Match #4

113lbs – #1-Richard Figueroa II (CA) vs. #2-Stevo Poulin (NY)   – Folkstyle

Colleges: Figueroa (Arizona St.); Poulin (Uncommitted)

Match  #5

145lbs – #1-Victor Voinovich (OH) vs.  #2-Jesse Vasquez (CA) – Folkstyle

Colleges: Voinovich (Uncommitted); Vasquez (Uncommitted)          

Match #6 

65kg  – Joshua Saunders (MO) vs. Anthony Echemendia (AZ)

Colleges: Saunders (Cornell); Echemendia (RTC to be decided            

Match  #7

152lbs. –  #1-Sonny Santiago (CA) vs. #2-Travis Mastrogiovanni (NJ)  – Folkstyle

Colleges: Santiago (Arizona St.); Mastrogiovanni (Uncommitted)            

Match #8

160lbs – #1-Paddy Gallagher (OH) vs. #2-Keegan Daniel O’Toole (WI)  – Freestyle

Colleges: Gallagher (Uncommitted); O’Toole (Missouri)                  

Match #9   

126lbs. – #1-Robert Howard (NJ) vs. #2-Trevor Mastrogiovanni (NJ)  – Freestyle

Colleges: Howard (Penn St.); Mastrogiovanni (Oklahoma St.)          

Match #10

138lbs. – #1-Beau Bartlett (PA) vs. #2-Ryan Sokol (MN)  – Folkstyle

Colleges: Bartlett (Penn St.); Sokol          

Match #11

170lbs. – #1-Alex Facundo (MI) vs. #2-Patrick Kennedy (MN)  –  Folkstyle

Colleges: Facundo (Uncommitted); Kennedy (Iowa)

Match #12

132lbs. –  Winner Match #1 vs. Winner Match #2  – Style to be determined by highest ranked opponent.

Supermatch #13

Pat Downey vs. Nick Rodriguez

 

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!

20 Iowa wrestlers named for academic award

Members of the Iowa Wrestling program were announced at halftime of the Iowa-Middle Tennessee football game Saturday for being recognized by the Presidential Committee on Athletics.  A minimum 3.0 GPA is required for this award.

Congratulations to all of the wrestlers named for this award.  That is getting it done on the mat and in the classroom.

 

Zach Axmear – RS So – Pre-Business – North English, Iowa

Anthony Cassioppi – RS Fr – Math and Sports and Recreation Management – Rosco, IL

Connor Corbin – RS So  – Biology and Biomedical Engineering – Des Moines, Iowa

Aaron Costello – RS So  – Sport & Recreation Management – Dubuque, Iowa

Jeren Glosser – RS Sr – Environmental Science – Eddyville, Iowa

Paul Glynn – RS Sr – Business – Bettendorf, Iowa

Joe Kelly – RS Fr – Computer Science and Engineering – West Liberty, Iowa

Michael Kemerer – RS Sr. – Finance – Murrysville, PA

Spencer Lee – Jr. – Sport & Recreation Management – Murrysville, PA

Alex Marinelli – RS Jr  – Health and Human Physiology – Miamisburg, Ohio

Aaron Meyer – RS Sr. – Health & Human Physiology – Pleasant Hill, Iowa

Jeremiah Moody – RS Sr – Sports and Recreation Management – Cambridge, WI 

Danny Murphy – RS Jr – Communications – Fort Collins, Colorado

Keegan Shaw – RS Sr. – Business – Altoona, Iowa

Justin Stickley – Jr – Business Management – Urbana, Ohio

Vince Turk – RS Sr – Communications Studies – Hampshire, IL

Jacob Warner – RS So – Business – Tolono, IL

Cash Wilcke – RS Sr – Business – Ida Grove, Iowa

Myles Wilson – RS So – Biology – Junction, Colorado

Kaleb Young – RS Jr. – Human Physiology – Punxsutawney, Pa.

 

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!