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Ybarra wins third state title

Incoming Iowa recruit Jesse Ybarra won his third state title at the AIA State Championships in Prescott Valley, Arizona.  Ybarra had a fall in :33, 1:24, and 3:06 before defeating Noah Wasserbeck of Campo Verde by a 16-3 major decision in the finals to win the D2 title at 126 lbs.  

Ybarra, 37-0 on the season, led the way for Sunnyside who won their 33rd team state title.  Sunnyside scored the third most points in state history with 277.5 points, 101.5 more points than the second place team with six state champions, two seconds, two thirds, and a fifth place.

By MatScouts (Willie Saylor), Ybarra is ranked #16 in the P4P (pound for pound) ranking for recruits overall and #5 at 126 lbs.  Ybarra committed to Iowa on September 27, 2018 and is a member of the outstanding Iowa Wrestling Recruiting Class of 2020.

I believe Ybarra will flourish in the Iowa program and has a great future at 125/133. After using a redshirt next season I see Ybarra replacing Spencer Lee at 125 in the starting lineup for the Hawks for the 2022 season.

 

Champ. Round 1 – Jesse Ybarra (Sunnyside) won by fall over James Garritano (Willow Canyon) (Fall 0:33)

Quarterfinal – Jesse Ybarra (Sunnyside) won by fall over Ethan Pullifrone (Cactus Shadows) (Fall 1:24)

Semifinal – Jesse Ybarra (Sunnyside) won by fall over Xylyx Abele (Casteel) (Fall 3:06)

1st Place Match – Jesse Ybarra (Sunnyside) won by major decision over Noah Wasserbeck (Campo Verde) (MD 16-3)

 

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!

Kennedy named to MWCA All-State Academic Team

Incoming Iowa Wrestling recruit Patrick Kennedy has been named to the 2020 MWCA All-State Academic Wrestling Team. The Minnesota Wrestling Coaches Association selects the team that has two wrestlers at each weight.  Kennedy was named for this award last year.  

The 28 members of the Academic All-State Team will be awarded a plaque at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul during the State Tournament.

Kennedy is a three-time defending state champion at Kasson-Mantorville High School and is ranked #1 in the country at 182 lbs.  Kennedy committed to Iowa on June 19, 2018 and is the top recruit in the outstanding Iowa Wrestling Recruiting Class of 2020.  

Kennedy is projected to compete at 165/174 for the Hawks.

Congratulations to Patrick Kennedy for being named for this honor.

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!

Iowa recruits in action: Feb 13-15

Tournament season kicks into high gear this weekend for incoming Iowa Wrestling recruits.  Jesse Ybarra and Leif Schroeder will be at State this weekend. Cullan and Colby Schriever, Gabe Christenson, and Caleb Rathjen will be at Districts.  Cam Lucero will be at Regionals and Patrick Kennedy will be competing in State Duals.

Bretli Reyna and Wyatt Henson do not have any competition scheduled this weekend.

Every tournament that incoming Iowa recruits are competing in this weekend will be covered by TrackWrestling.

I will keep results updated on HawkeyeReport.com and have a follow-up blog with results.

 

Recruiting Class of 2020

Patrick Kennedy – Kasson-Mantorville, MN 182 lbs.

At Section 1AA State Duals (Rochester) – Feb 13 and Feb 15

On TrackWrestling.

 

Cullan Schriever – Mason City, Iowa 126 lbs.

At Districts (Ft. Dodge) – Feb 15

On TrackWrestling. 

 

Colby Schriever – Mason City, Iowa 145 lbs.

At Districts (Ft. Dodge) – Feb 15 

On TrackWrestling.

 

Jesse Ybarra – Tucson, AZ (Sunnyside HS) 126 lbs.

At AIA State Championships (Prescott Valley) – Feb 13-15

On TrackWrestling.

 

Gabe Christenson – Runnells, Iowa (Southeast Polk HS) 195 lbs.

At Districts (Des Moines East) – Feb 15

On TrackWrestling.

 

Leif Schroeder – Bozeman, Montana  138 lbs.

At MHSA State Championships (Billings) – Feb 14-15

On TrackWrestling.

 

Bretli Reyna – Homestead, Florida (South Dade HS)  145 lbs.

No competition scheduled.

 

Recruiting Class of 2021

Wyatt Henson –  Waynesburg, Pennsylvania 138 lbs.

No competition scheduled.

 

Cam Lucero – Pagosa Springs, Colorado  152 lbs.

At CHSAA 3A Region 1 (Montrose) – Feb 14-15

On TrackWrestling.

 

Caleb Rathjen – Ankeny, Iowa  138 lbs.

At Districts (Dallas Center-Grimes) – Feb 15

On TrackWrestling. 

 

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks! 

 

Minnesota preview

The top ranked Iowa Hawkeyes return home to Carver-Hawkeye Arena to host #5 Minnesota on Saturday, February 15 at 8:30 PM.  You can always, and I mean always count on a competitive and entertaining dual meet between Iowa and Minnesota. These programs will get after each other and that will result in some very entertaining wrestling.

I really hope they start the dual meet at 125 because the biggest matchup is at Hwt between #3 Tony Cassioppi and #1 Gable Steveson. This will be the second dual meet in a row that Hwt will be the featured bout. 149 will be a big match between 4/2 Pat Lugo vs. 5/7 Brayton Lee.  At 174 #1 Michael Kemerer will face #8 Devin Skatzka.  Another anticipation for this dual is to see if Austin DeSanto(133) or Max Murin(141) return to the lineup.   

The dual meet will get under way at 8:30 PM because it is a part of a doubleheader of meets on BTN.  Ohio State-Penn State is at 6 PM followed by Iowa-Minnesota. I believe the late start will actually really help the crowd size.  Saturday is Districts across the state of Iowa for high school wrestling. The late start will give Iowa high school wrestling fans enough time to make the drive after Districts to Carver-Hawkeye for the big meet. I am expecting a big crowd that will be ready for some entertaining Iowa Wrestling.

There will be a HAWK Party after the Iowa-Minnesota dual meet at the Radisson Hotel in Coralville.  Tom Brands and the Iowa Wrestling staff are the special guests. The Radisson is at 1220 1st Ave. in Coralville just North of I-80 by Exit 242.  

 

#5 Minnesota at #1 Iowa – 8:30 PM CST on Saturday, February 15, 2020

TV: BTN with Tim Johnson and Jim Gibbons

Online: Hawkeye All-Access

Radio: AM 800 KXIC on iHeartRadio.com with Steven Grace and Mark Ironside.

 

125 1/1 Spencer Lee (Jr) vs. 13/13 Patrick McKee (Fr)

133 3/3 Austin DeSanto (Jr) or Paul Glynn (Sr) vs. Jake Gilva (Fr) or Boo Dryden (Jr)

141 8/9 Max Murin (So) or Carter Happel (Jr) vs. 4/4 Mitch McKee (Sr)

149 4/2 Pat Lugo (Sr) vs. 5/7 Brayton Lee (Fr) 

157 4/5 Kaleb Young (Jr) vs. Ryan Thomas (So)

165 2/2 Alex Marinelli vs. Bailee O’Reilly (So)

174 1/1 Michael Kemerer vs. 8/8 Devin Skatzka (Sr)

184 8/9 Abe Assad or Cash Wilcke (Sr) vs. 16/- Owen Webster (Sr) 

197 5/6 Jacob Warner vs. Hunter Ritter (Sr) or Garrett Joles (Fr)

Hwt 3/3 Tony Cassioppi vs. 1/1 Gable Steveson

Rankings: TrackWrestling/InterMat

 

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!

 

Iowa Wrestling update

The last four weeks have gone by quickly for Iowa Wrestling fans.  Iowa has looked very good all season and even better since the first of the year.  Iowa has faced off against the top teams in the country and have come out on top. It is time to do an update and take a closer look at the Hawks.

125 – Spencer Lee is…Spencer Lee.  I will keep saying that because there really isn’t anything else I can say.  As a fan I am enjoying every match of his career.  

133 – Austin DeSanto has been out of the lineup since the Penn State meet.  He is still rated #3 in all of the rankings. I have no news to report here except that I hope DeSanto comes back strong and I am confident that he will.  Paul Glynn has done a good job filling in at 133.

141 – We have not seen Max Murin since the Nebraska meet on January 18.  After facing the #1 and #2 ranked wrestlers in the country, Carter Happel has had two nice wins at 141 on the road against Michigan State and Michigan.  The question here is will we see Murin before Big Tens?

149 – You never want to drop a match.  However, I firmly believe Pat Lugo is better after that setback against Ohio State. I like Lugo in the rematch by the way.  Lugo looks to be very confident right now and that is great news and what I am banking on with my evaluation. With a ranking of 4/2/1 in the Track/InterMat/WIN rankings, Lugo will not sneak up on anyone at the NCAA’s. Looks like a senior on a mission. Again, love his confidence this year.

157 – After watching the workmanlike manner in which Kaleb Young defeated #8 Will Lewan of Michigan 7-3 Saturday night, it occurred to me that he reminds me of Brandon Sorensen. Young has the consistency, grind it out type of style, toughness, conditioning, and mentality of a Sorensen.  You can always count on Young giving you his best effort in the room and in competition. I will call it now that Kaleb Young will have a great NCAA Tournament. I would not bet against him when the title is on the line.

165 – The first regular season loss in his career does not affect me one bit when it comes to #2 Alex Marinelli.  Bull is right on track and I like the rematch. The emphasis is on finishing strong at Nationals and that is what I expect to see out of Marinelli.  Finishing the season strong Bull.

174 – Michael Kemerer not only took over the top spot at 174, he did it in impressive fashion.  You do not see Mark Hall give up a reversal and three takedowns in a match, well, ever. Kemerer is looking very strong and I would say he has worked himself into shape after a year off and going up two weight classes. Damn, Michael Kemerer is tough.

184 – I did not see Abe Assad burning his redshirt to compete this year coming. Assad has looked very good and is right in there to compete for All American status.  The setback at Michigan State will pay off for Assad because that is the type of match he will see at Nationals. Look for adjustments to be made. Assad will get a lot better between now and the NCAA Wrestling Championships on March 19-21. Ton of potential here for a high placing this year.

197 – The first takedown that Jacob Warner had against Michigan State brought me out of my chair.  He basically ran right over the guy.  That is the explosiveness, aggression, power, and speed that I know Warner has. I will keep telling you that we have not seen all that Warner has to offer offensively.  Jacob Warner has a deep arsenal of ways to score on the feet. It is a matter of seeing Warner let it fly but with control, timing, and technique in the big matches. It is about peaking at Nationals and letting it fly.   

Hwt – I said before the season that Tony Cassioppi was the type of wrestler that would learn from his setbacks and be a better wrestler by the time Big Tens roll around.  I will still stand by that. Look for Cassioppi to keep improving and to be more than ready to make a deep run at Nationals.  This guy will score a lot of points for us at Nationals.

For as good as Iowa has looked this season, I firmly believe that they have not peaked.  I believe what I hear when Iowa wrestlers talk about getting the job done at Nationals.  That is the focus. Sometimes we as fans get too caught up in one specific situation that is just part of the journey.

I am confident that we have not seen the best version of the 2020 Iowa Wrestling team.  Iowa is on track, getting better, and I believe we will continue to see that between now and Nationals. 

Let’s get ‘em in the middle.

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!

 

Iowa in the new rankings

There are not a lot of changes to the rankings this week.  TrackWrestling, InterMat, and WIN Magazine all released their rankings in the last 24 hours.  #1 Iowa still has a sizable lead over #2 Penn State in all three rankings. As an Iowa Wrestling fan I would sure take the projected point totals at Nationals, but I believe the gap is closer than that.

Ohio State is third in all three rankings and are close to Penn State by Track and InterMat.  What would make ranking the team race is the difference between dual meets and the NCAA National Tournament.  These publications have their work cut out for them in always making that distinction.

As I have been saying all season, I feel as though the rankings are fair for Iowa Wrestling. An estimated average of the three rankings would have Iowa with:

                                                1 – 3 – 8 – 2 – 4 – 2 – 1 – 9 – 5 – 3  

When you look at it that way I can see the gap between Iowa and Penn State and the rest of the country.  I will feel better when Iowa has their full lineup on the mat healthy and ready to go. That may not happen until Big Tens.

Iowa closes out the season with home dual meets this Saturday, February 15 against #5 Minnesota and Sunday, February 23 against #9 Oklahoma State. The biggest dual meet of the week will be #3 Ohio State at #2 Penn State on Saturday.  That dual meet could shake up the rankings next week.

 

TrackWrestling team rankings: February 11, 2020

  1. Iowa – 130 
  2. Penn State – 81
  3. Ohio State – 72.5
  4. Arizona State – 52.5

 

InterMat team rankings: February 11, 2020

  1. Iowa – 145.5 
  2. Penn State – 97.5
  3. Ohio State – 82.5
  4. Wisconsin – 62

 

WIN Magazine: February 10, 2020

  1. Iowa – 133
  2. Penn State – 81
  3. Ohio State – 54.5
  4. Wisconsin – 53.5

 

Rankings by TrackWrestling/InterMat/WIN Magazine

125 Spencer Lee – 1/1/1

133 Austin DeSanto – 3/3/3

141 Max Murin – 7/9/8

149 Pat Lugo – 4/2/1

157 Kaleb Young – 4/5/4

165 Alex Marinelli – 2/2/2

174 Michael Kemerer – 1/1/1

184 Abe Assad – 8/9/11

197 Jacob Warner – 5/6/5

Hwt Tony Cassioppi – 3/3/3

 

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!

Young and Glazier named Wrestler of the Week

Kaleb Young and Zach Glazier have been named as the Iowa Wrestling Fan Blog & Podcast Wrestler of the Week. Young scored a takedown in each period to defeat eighth ranked Will Lewan of Michigan 7-3 at 157 lbs.  This was another solid win against a tough opponent for Young and was his third win over a top ten opponent this year.  Young has now won a career best twelve straight matches that started with a Midlands title.

Young, a redshirt junior out of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania is 14-2 on the season with one pin and two major decisions.  Young placed fifth in the country at 157 last season and is currently ranked fourth. Young is a typical Iowa Wrestler that grinds out a win with toughness, conditioning, and solid technique.

Zach Glazier picks up his third Iowa Wrestling Fan Blog & Podcast Wrestler of the Week award this season.  Glazier won the 197 lbs. title at the UWEC Don Parker Open in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.  Glazier was 4-0 with two falls, a tech fall, and a 20-7 major decision in the finals.

Glazier is a true freshman from Albert Lea, Minnesota.  Already this season Glazier has won titles at the Grand View Open, Lindenwood Open, and Jim Koch Open.  On the season Glazier is 19-2 with six pins, two tech falls, and six major decisions. His only losses on the season were at Midlands with an 8-5 decision to #3 Pat Brucki of Princeton and a 2-1 decision to J.T. Brown of Army West Point.

The criteria for Iowa Wrestling Fan Blog & Podcast Wrestler of the Week is an Iowa wrestler that performs at an elite level that best represents Iowa Wrestling in the form of a dominating performance, a come from behind victory, or defeating a higher ranked opponent.

 

#4 Kaleb Young over #8 Will Lewan (Michigan) Dec 7-3

 

UWEC Don Parker Open

Champ. Round 1 – Zach Glazier (Iowa) received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 – Zach Glazier (Iowa) won by tech fall over Hunter Weaver (Luther) (TF 17-2)

Quarterfinal – Zach Glazier (Iowa) won by fall over Cameron Mayes (Ellsworth CC) (Fall 3:34)

Semifinal – Zach Glazier (Iowa) won by fall over Gabriel Zierden (Concordia-Moorhead) (Fall 1:49)

1st Place Match – Zach Glazier (Iowa) won by major decision over Mason Hawkins (UW-Eau Claire) (Maj 20-7)

 

Iowa Wrestling Fan Blog & Podcast Wrestler of the Week

November 19 – Nelson Brands and Zach Glazier

November 25 – Nelson Brands and Zach Glazier

December 2 – Tony Cassioppi.

December 9 – Jacob Warner

January 2 – Pat Lugo

January 14 – Alex Marinelli

January 21 – Abe Assad

January 28 – Austin DeSanto

February 4 – Michael Kemerer

February 11 – Kaleb Young and Zach Glazier

 

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!

Tom Brands to speak at HAWK Party after Minnesota meet

There will be a HAWK Party after the Iowa-Minnesota dual meet Saturday, February 15 at the Radisson Hotel in Coralville.  Tom Brands and the Iowa Wrestling staff are the special guests. As an Iowa Wrestling fan, you will not want to miss this. Iowa will face #5 Minnesota in Carver-Hawkeye Arena at 8:30 PM on Saturday.  

The Radisson is at 1220 1st Ave. in Coralville just North of I-80 by Exit 242.

HAWK (Hawkeye Area Wrestling Klub) was formed in 1978 and is the oldest college wrestling fan support organization. Going to a HAWK Party is great part of your fan experience after attending a big Iowa Wrestling meet. I wrote about HAWK parties in my book: Domination: An Inside look at Iowa Wrestling. I highly recommend all of their socials for all Iowa Wrestling fans. This will be a special HAWK Party with Tom Brands and staff there.

For membership information about HAWK: http://hawkklub.com/

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!

Iowa recruits in action Feb 7-8: RESULTS

It was a good weekend for incoming Iowa Wrestling recruits.  Jesse Ybarra and Leif Schroeder both qualified for their State Tournament.  Ybarra had two falls and a major decision and Schroeder had two falls and a tech fall.  Ybarra and Schroeder will compete in State next weekend.

Wyatt Henson was 3-0 with a tech fall and two major decisions in the PIAA AAA State Duals where Waynesburg Central placed second.  Bretli Reyna was 5-0 with five pins to win the GMAC Championships. 

We will see tournament action only for team duals and individuals from here on out for the incoming recruits.

 

Recruiting Class of 2020

Patrick Kennedy – Kasson-Mantorville, MN 182 lbs.

No competition scheduled.

 

Cullan Schriever – Mason City, Iowa 126 lbs.

No competition scheduled.

 

Colby Schriever – Mason City, Iowa 145 lbs.

No competition scheduled.

 

Jesse Ybarra – Tucson, AZ (Sunnyside HS) 126 lbs.

At AIA Div Sec 1 –  Feb 7-8

On TrackWrestling.

Champ. Round 1 – Jesse Ybarra (Sunnyside) received a bye () (Bye)

Quarterfinal – Jesse Ybarra (Sunnyside) won by fall over Nathaniel Murphy (Rincon) (Fall 0:31)

Semifinal – Jesse Ybarra (Sunnyside) won by fall over Ashton Teo (Ironwood Ridge) (Fall 0:35)

1st Place Match – Jesse Ybarra (Sunnyside) won by major decision over Seth Legros (Mountain View Marana) (MD 11-3)

 

Gabe Christenson – Runnells, Iowa (Southeast Polk HS) 195 lbs.

No competition scheduled.

 

Leif Schroeder – Bozeman, Montana  138 lbs.

At MHSA Eastern AA Seeding (Belgrade, MT) – Feb 8

On TrackWrestling.

Champ. Round 1 – Leif Schroeder (Bozeman) received a bye () (Bye)

Quarterfinal – Leif Schroeder (Bozeman) won by fall over Logan Scott (Billings West) (Fall 2:51)

Semifinal – Leif Schroeder (Bozeman) won by fall over Gentry Lamb (Billings Skyview) (Fall 3:45)

1st Place Match – Leif Schroeder (Bozeman) won by tech fall over Idren Peak (Billings Senior) (TF-1.5 4:58 (20-5))

 

Bretli Reyna – Homestead, Florida (South Dade HS)  145 lbs.

At GMAC Championships (Hialeah, FL) – Feb 7-8

On TrackWrestling.

Champ. Round 1 – Bretli Reyna (South Dade) won by fall over Willie Ellis (Miami Norland Senior) (Fall 3:00)

Champ. Round 2 – Bretli Reyna (South Dade) won by fall over Lucas Fonticiella (Miami Sunset) (Fall 0:33)

Quarterfinal – Bretli Reyna (South Dade) won by fall over Delaurence Martin (Miami Southridge Hs)  (Fall 1:50)

Semifinal – Bretli Reyna (South Dade) won by fall over Jensen Caceres (Ferguson) (Fall 2:06)

1st Place Match – Bretli Reyna (South Dade) won by fall over Cyrus Williams (Miami Southridge Hs) (Fall 3:53)

 

Recruiting Class of 2021

Wyatt Henson –  Waynesburg, Pennsylvania 138 lbs.

At PIAA Team Wrestling State Championships – Feb 6-8

On FloWrestling.

Wyatt Henson (Waynesburg Central) over Wade Mcclune (CD) Maj Dec 14-5

Wyatt Henson (Waynesburg Central) over Erie Cathedral Prep – Forfeit

Wyatt Henson (Waynesburg Central) over Evan Gleason (Bethlehem Catholic Maj Dec 22-11

Wyatt Henson (Waynesburg Central) over Nicholas Foster (Nazareth) Tech Fall 23-8

 

Cam Lucero – Pagosa Springs, Colorado  152 lbs.

Centauri – Feb 8

 

Caleb Rathjen – Ankeny, Iowa  138 lbs.

No competition scheduled.

 

 

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks! 

4 Hawks win titles at UWEC Don Parker Open

Jeren Glosser, Nelson Brands, Zach Glazier, and Aaron Costello won titles at the UWEC Don Parker Open in Eau Claire, Wisconsin on Saturday. Wrestlers representing thirty colleges competed at the open tournament. Jeren Glosser was 5-0 with two pins, two tech falls, and a decision to win the title at 149.  Nelson Brands won the title at 174 with two falls, a tech fall and two major decisions.  

Zach Glazier had two falls, a tech fall, and a major decision to win the title at 197.  Aaron Costello won the Hwt title with three first period pins before receiving a medical forfeit in the finals.

Jeremiah Moody placed second at 165, Aaron Meyer was third at 141, and Cobe Siebrecht placed fifth at 149.  Aaron Cashman (125) and Tristan McDonald (174) did not place.

 

Gold 125

  • Champ. Round 1 – Aaron Cashman (Iowa) won by fall over Cristian Chavez (Luther) (Fall 1:33)
  • Quarterfinal – Brandon Betancourt (St. Cloud State) won by injury default over Aaron Cashman (Iowa) (Inj. 6:10)
  • Cons. Round 2 – Sam Camacho (Luther) won by medical forfeit over Aaron Cashman (Iowa) (MFF)

 

Gold 141

  • Champ. Round 1 – Aaron Meyer (Iowa) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 – Aaron Meyer (Iowa) won by major decision over Dakarai Clay (UW-Whitewater) (Maj 10-2)
  • Quarterfinal – Aaron Meyer (Iowa) won by decision over Adam Mickelson (Augsburg) (Dec 5-0)
  • Semifinal – Joey Bianchini (St. Cloud State) won by major decision over Aaron Meyer (Iowa) (Maj 13-5)
  • Cons. Round 4 – Aaron Meyer (Iowa) received a bye Marcus Mandler (Luther) (Bye)
  • 3rd Place Match – Aaron Meyer (Iowa) won by major decision over Cade Lundeen (Concordia-Moorhead) (Maj 14-3)

 

Gold 149

  • Champ. Round 1 – Cobe Siebrecht (Iowa) won by tech fall over Tyler Vanderlois (UW-Eau Claire) (TF 20-2)
  • Champ. Round 2 – Cobe Siebrecht (Iowa) won by major decision over Tyler Shackle (UW-La Crosse) (Maj 13-2)
  • Quarterfinal – Jake Bergeland (Minnesota) won by fall over Cobe Siebrecht (Iowa) (Fall 3:17)
  • Cons. Round 3 – Cobe Siebrecht (Iowa) won by fall over Bret Wilson (Concordia-Moorhead) (Fall 3:39)
  • Cons. Round 4 – Kyle Cavanaugh (Minnesota State Mankato) received a bye Cobe Siebrecht (Iowa) (Bye)
  • 5th Place Match – Cobe Siebrecht (Iowa) won by fall over Sam Wenzel (UW-La Crosse) (Fall 4:47)

 

Gold 149

  • Champ. Round 1 – Jeren Glosser (Iowa) won by tech fall over Kellen Schauer (Concordia-Moorhead) (TF 16-1)
  • Champ. Round 2 – Jeren Glosser (Iowa) won by fall over Tanner Pasvogel (St. Cloud State) (Fall 2:22)
  • Quarterfinal – Jeren Glosser (Iowa) won by fall over Bret Wilson (Concordia-Moorhead) (Fall 0:51)
  • Semifinal – Jeren Glosser (Iowa) won by decision over Jake Bergeland (Minnesota) (Dec 6-4)
  • 1st Place Match – Jeren Glosser (Iowa) won by tech fall over Sebas Swiggum (Minnesota) (TF 15-0)

 

Gold 165

  • Champ. Round 1 – Jeremiah Moody (Iowa) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 – Jeremiah Moody (Iowa) won by fall over Travis White (UW-Eau Claire) (Fall 3:24)
  • Quarterfinal – Jeremiah Moody (Iowa) won by major decision over Brock Schlough (St. Cloud State) (Maj 15-4)
  • Semifinal – Jeremiah Moody (Iowa) won by major decision over Devin Donovan (St. Cloud State) (Maj 12-4)
  • 1st Place Match – Baylor Fernandes (Minnesota) won by decision over Jeremiah Moody (Iowa) (Dec 9-5)

 

Gold 174

  • Champ. Round 1 – Nelson Brands (Iowa) won by fall over Isaiah Mitchell (Luther) (Fall 4:07)
  • Champ. Round 2 – Nelson Brands (Iowa) won by fall over Luke Wilson (Augsburg) (Fall 2:54)
  • Quarterfinal – Nelson Brands (Iowa) won by tech fall over Kaleb O`Reilly (UW-La Crosse) (TF 26-10)
  • Semifinal – Nelson Brands (Iowa) won by major decision over Nathan Fuller (Minnesota) (Maj 16-6)
  • 1st Place Match – Nelson Brands (Iowa) won by major decision over Dominic Murphy (St. Cloud State) (Maj 15-6)

 

Gold 174

  • Champ. Round 1 – Tristan McDonald (Iowa) won by fall over Daniel Alonzo (Nebraska Wesleyan) (Fall 4:35)
  • Champ. Round 2 – Dominic Murphy (St. Cloud State) won by major decision over Tristan McDonald (Iowa) (Maj 10-1)
  • Cons. Round 2 – Tristan McDonald (Iowa) won by major decision over Isaiah Mitchell (Luther) (Maj 13-5)
  • Cons. Round 3 – Tristan McDonald (Iowa) won by fall over Daniel Gainer (St. Johns (MN)) (Fall 2:27)
  • Cons. Round 4 – Tristan McDonald (Iowa) won by decision over Ian Frenzel (Concordia-Moorhead) (Dec 5-2)
  • Consolation 1st – Bridger Kraye (Minnesota State Mankato) and Tristan McDonald (Iowa) (DFF)

 

Gold 197

  • Champ. Round 1 – Zach Glazier (Iowa) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 – Zach Glazier (Iowa) won by tech fall over Hunter Weaver (Luther) (TF 17-2)
  • Quarterfinal – Zach Glazier (Iowa) won by fall over Cameron Mayes (Ellsworth CC) (Fall 3:34)
  • Semifinal – Zach Glazier (Iowa) won by fall over Gabriel Zierden (Concordia-Moorhead) (Fall 1:49)
  • 1st Place Match – Zach Glazier (Iowa) won by major decision over Mason Hawkins (UW-Eau Claire) (Maj 20-7)

 

Gold 285

  • Champ. Round 1 – Aaron Costello (Iowa) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 – Aaron Costello (Iowa) won by fall over Ethan Hofacker (Augsburg) (Fall 0:10)
  • Quarterfinal – Aaron Costello (Iowa) won by fall over John Noll (Rochester Community & Tech. College) (Fall 2:59)
  • Semifinal – Aaron Costello (Iowa) won by fall over David Griffet (Minnesota State Mankato) (Fall 0:34)
  • 1st Place Match – Aaron Costello (Iowa) won by medical forfeit over Keenan Feldpausch (Luther) (MFF)

 

It is great to be an Iowa Wrestling fan.

Go Hawks!