Augustana’s Amo and Lowman Advance to Day Two at the Midwest Classic

INDIANAPOLIS – Aero Amo and Michael Lowman advanced to day two at the Midwest Classic in Indianapolis with each going 3-1 on the day. The Vikings currently sit at 23rd in the team scoring with 27.5 points. Day two will begin at 9 a.m. (CT) tomorrow Dec. 18 at the Nicoson Hall and the Ruth Lilly Fitness Center on the campus of the University of Indianapolis.

Both Amo (184) and Lowman (285) won their first two matches of the day before each fell in the quarterfinals. They both won their consolation match to move on day two. Both Amo and Lowman will place at their respective weight classes.

stanalogoAmo started the day with a pin in the first round and a 3-2 decision in the second round. Amo saw his 13-match winning streak come to an end in the quarterfinals with a tough 4-3 loss. Amo rebounded with a tech fall victory in his consolation match.

Lowman got a third period pin in the first round, followed by a 7-1 decision in the second round. Lowman was pinned in the quarterfinals by an undefeated Garrett Gray of Tiffin University. Lowman finished the day with a 2-0 decision in the consolation round.

Other notable Vikings were Brandon Charbonneau (133) and Ben Goodwin (197). Charbonneau went 2-2 with one pin and Goodwin also went 2-2, but with two pins.

Pitt-Johnstown leads the team race with 66.5 points. Maryville (64 pts), UIndy (62 pts), Wisconsin Parkside (61.5 pts) and Ashland (61 pts) round out the top-five in team scoring.

Midwest Classic Results

Midwest Classic Results for Augustana University:

133 – Brandon Charbonneau (7-5) place is unknown and scored 3.50 team points.
Champ. Round 1 – Brandon Charbonneau (Augustana University ) 7-5 won by decision over Devin Rogers (University of Findlay) 7-8 (Dec 6-4)
Champ. Round 2 – Hunter Haralson (Lindenwood University) 8-5 won in tie breaker – 1 over Brandon Charbonneau (Augustana University ) 7-5 (TB-1 3-2)
Cons. Round 2 – Brandon Charbonneau (Augustana University ) 7-5 won by fall over Parker Buschelman (Thomas More College) 3-6 (Fall 4:05)
Cons. Round 3 – Jordan Marshall (Brewton Parker College) 10-7 won by decision over Brandon Charbonneau (Augustana University ) 7-5 (Dec 7-4)

141 – Austin Jordan (8-7) place is unknown and scored 0.00 team points.
Champ. Round 1 – Chandler Minnard (Ashland University ) 10-6 won by decision over Austin Jordan (Augustana University ) 8-7 (Dec 9-4)
Cons. Round 1 – Chad Hoff (UNC-Pembroke) 4-5 won by major decision over Austin Jordan (Augustana University ) 8-7 (MD 13-5)

149 – Colin Ayers (8-5) place is unknown and scored 1.00 team points.
Champ. Round 1 – Colin Ayers (Augustana University ) 8-5 won by decision over Justin Chenoweth (Western State Colorado University) 9-9 (Dec 7-2)
Champ. Round 2 – Brent Fickel (Ashland University ) 11-4 won by major decision over Colin Ayers (Augustana University ) 8-5 (MD 14-1)
Cons. Round 2 – Evan Cole (Cumberland (Tenn.)) 2-2 won in sudden victory – 2 over Colin Ayers (Augustana University ) 8-5 (SV-2 4-2)

157 – Tyler Nation (7-7) place is unknown and scored 0.50 team points.
Champ. Round 1 – Alex Rice (Newberry College) 10-5 won by decision over Tyler Nation (Augustana University ) 7-7 (Dec 4-3)
Cons. Round 1 – Tyler Nation (Augustana University ) 7-7 won by decision over Trezdon O`Neal (Marian University) 10-11 (Dec 9-3)
Cons. Round 2 – Brett Scoles (University of Wisconsin Parkside) 11-4 won by decision over Tyler Nation (Augustana University ) 7-7 (Dec 7-0)

165 – Mitchell Rechtzigel (9-8) place is unknown and scored 0.50 team points.
Champ. Round 1 – Nick Young (Newberry College) 9-7 won by decision over Mitchell Rechtzigel (Augustana University ) 9-8 (Dec 10-3)
Cons. Round 1 – Mitchell Rechtzigel (Augustana University ) 9-8 won by decision over Beau Minnick (Tiffin University) 0-2 (Dec 4-3)
Cons. Round 2 – Diorian Coleman (Lindsey Wilson College) 8-2 won by decision over Mitchell Rechtzigel (Augustana University ) 9-8 (Dec 6-0)

174 – Lukas Poloncic (0-2) place is unknown and scored 0.00 team points.
Champ. Round 1 – Brendan Gonzales (Western State Colorado University) 10-6 won by decision over Lukas Poloncic (Augustana University ) 0-2 (Dec 10-4)
Cons. Round 1 – Colton Gonzalez (Lindsey Wilson College) 10-5 won by decision over Lukas Poloncic (Augustana University ) 0-2 (Dec 10-6)

184 – Aero Amo (17-4) placed 8th and scored 9.00 team points.
Champ. Round 1 – Aero Amo (Augustana University ) 17-4 won by fall over Konnor Schmidt (Western State Colorado University) 12-4 (Fall 1:24)
Champ. Round 2 – Aero Amo (Augustana University ) 17-4 won by decision over David Hamil (Lindenwood University) 8-3 (Dec 3-2)
Quarterfinal – Mikey Thomas (UNC-Pembroke) 11-1 won by decision over Aero Amo (Augustana University ) 17-4 (Dec 4-3)
Cons. Round 4 – Aero Amo (Augustana University ) 17-4 won by tech fall over Kyle Delaune (Cumberland (Tenn.)) 3-2 (TF-1.5 3:52 (18-2))

197 – Ben Goodwin (8-5) place is unknown and scored 5.50 team points.
Champ. Round 1 – Ben Goodwin (Augustana University ) 8-5 won by fall over Grant Sparks (University of Central Missouri ) 3-9 (Fall 0:32)
Champ. Round 2 – James Lehman (University of Wisconsin Parkside) 16-2 won by fall over Ben Goodwin (Augustana University ) 8-5 (Fall 2:13)
Cons. Round 2 – Ben Goodwin (Augustana University ) 8-5 won by fall over Ben Price (Western State Colorado University) 5-6 (Fall 3:13)
Cons. Round 3 – Dillon Archer (Lindenwood University) 4-7 won by fall over Ben Goodwin (Augustana University ) 8-5 (Fall 0:47)

285 – Michael Lowman (13-5) placed 8th and scored 7.50 team points.
Champ. Round 1 – Michael Lowman (Augustana University ) 13-5 won by fall over Nick Weldon (Newberry College) 8-6 (Fall 6:30)
Champ. Round 2 – Michael Lowman (Augustana University ) 13-5 won by decision over Jerhett Lee (Ouachita Baptist University) 12-12 (Dec 7-1)
Quarterfinal – Garrett Gray (Tiffin University) 22-0 won by fall over Michael Lowman (Augustana University ) 13-5 (Fall 1:25)
Cons. Round 4 – Michael Lowman (Augustana University ) 13-5 won by decision over Jacob Borgmeyer (Lindenwood University) 9-9 (Dec 2-0)

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