Rochester 24 Ellsworth 20

December 2, 2010 at Iowa Falls, IA

Rochester CTC 24, Ellsworth CC 20
125: Ty Martin ECC dec. Ethan Loftus RCTC 6-4
133: Pat LeVasseur RCTC dec. Drew Sulawske ECC 5-1
141: Ethan Montang ECC tech fall Jered Kemp RCTC 17-0
149: Aaron Niles RCTC fall Kyle Dellamo ECC 2:27
157: Peter McPhail RCTC forfeit
165: Sam Schad RCTC dec. Kerry Bradwell ECC 12-5
174: Greg Gainey ECC dec. Theo Jensen-Innis RCTC 2-0
184: Alex Bockman RCTC fall Chris Hood ECC 6:13
197: Vinny Campanile ECC dec. Andy Godeen RCTC 2-0
Hwt: Quinton Moore ECC fall Chris Holland RCTC 2:22

Southwest Minnesota State 18, Morningside 18

SMSU Wrestling Fights to an 18-18 Draw with Morningside College

MARSHALL, Minn. – The Southwest Minnesota State wrestling team (1-0-1) opened the 2010-11 home season with a draw against the No. 16 ranked NAIA member Morningside College (Iowa) (2-0-1) tonight at the PE Gym in Marshall. The Mustangs found themselves behind 18-15 heading into the final match of the evening at 285 pounds, before SMSU’s Todd Klemz came away with an 11-7 decision over Tyler Thompson to tie the meet 18-18.

The Mustangs fell behind early after 125-pounder Seife Kenea was pinned at 1:27 of the first period by Kory Kistner giving the Morningside Mustangs a 6-0 lead. The Mustangs fired right back when Justin Reinsma picked up a pin for SMSU at 4:48 to win at 133 pounds.

Ethan Hildebrandt dropped a 5-2 decision to Drew Smith at 141 pounds before David Albrecht evened the meet at 9-9 with an 11-4 decision over Justin Truckenmiller.

Southwest Minnesota State found itself behind by nine points at 18-9 before rallying off to win the next three matches. The rally began at 184 pounds when senior CD Johnson came away with a 10-7 decision over John Sievert. Martin Hagen followed that up with a 6-2 decision over Jake Parker at 197 pounds evening the score to 6-6.

Heading into the final match of the evening heavyweight Todd Klemz was looking for the pin early but just missed ending the match. He eventually came away with an 11-7 decision to tie the score 18-18 ending the season opener with a draw.

The Mustangs (1-0-1) will pick up action this weekend when they travel to Moorhead, Minn. to compete in the Dragon Open. The open is set to begin at 9 a.m. on Saturday.

Southwest Minnesota State 18, Morningside 18
125: Kory Kistner (MC) def. Seife Kenea (SMSU) fall, 1:27
133: Justin Reinsma (SMSU) def. Jake McManigal (MC), fall, 4:48
141: Drew Smith (MC) def. Ethan Hildebrandt (SMSU), 5-2 decision
149: David Albrecht (SMSU def. Justin Truckenmiller, 11-4 decision
157: Ben Knight (MC) def. Jake Begin (SMSU), 8-3 decision team
165: Joe Sievert (MC) def. Travis Frederiksen (SMSU), 3-0 decision
174: Jared Wildeboer (MC) def. Zach Coates (SMSU), 7-3 decision
184: CD Johnson (SMSU) def. John Sievert (MC), 10-7 decision
197: Martin Hagen (SMSU) def. Jake Parker (MC), 6-2 decision
285: Todd Klemz (SMSU def. Tyler Thompson (MC), 11-7 decision

Augustana 47 Sioux Falls 0

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – No. 3 Augustana rattled off 10 straight wins, including four by fall, to blank in-town neighbor the University of Sioux Falls 47-0 Wednesday night at the Elmen Center.

The Vikings move to 2-0.

Augustana had little trouble with USF; of the Vikings’ 10 wins, just three were only by decision. The remainder came by major decision, technical fall and fall.

Chism Fink, Austin Carmichael, Sean Derry and Lance Peters all picked up wins by fall.

Fink pinned USF’s Tom Thompson in 2:41 at 149 pounds, while Camichael needed just 33 seconds to defeat Clint McKee at 157 pounds. Derry defeated Tal Bakke in 1:10. The most impressive pin, though, came from Peters, who used just 16 seconds of clock to top Joe Skow in the heavweight bout.

Augustana’s Al Meger christened the dual with a 9-3 victory over Brandon Goodwin at 125 pounds, and Cody Lensing stretched the Vikings lead to 9-0 with a win by technical fall against Chaz Fredericksen at 133 pounds.

Jay Sherer followed with a 17-4 major decision win over Joe Goolsby to push the advantage to 13-0 after his 141-pound match.

Fink and Carmichael notched back-to-back pins for a 25-0 Viking lead, and Michael Edgington was an 11-9 winner over Travis Godbersen at 165 pounds to record Augustana’s sixth victory of the night.

Derry’s pin ensued, and Tom Davies continued by taking a 5-2 decision from Casey Finnicum.

At 197 pounds Ty Copsey pitched an 11-0 shutout to win by major decision over Shea Klooster; Peters finished with his dazzling pin to close the dual.

Augustana has now won the past three meetings with USF by a combined score of 138-9.

The Vikings travel to the MSU Moorhead Open on Saturday and continue dual competition next Thursday with a trip to Northwestern (Iowa).

2010 Augustana 47, Sioux Falls 0

Northern Quad

Round 1

No. 3 Minnesota 30, Appalachian State 6
125: Zach Sanders (MINN) fall Tony Gravely 4:26
133: Thane Antczak (MINN) dec. Chris Johnson 7-5
141: Mike Thorn (MINN) maj. dec. Mike Kessler 15-4
149: Savva Kostis (ASU) dec. Danny Zilverberg (MINN) 10-8
157: Alec Ortiz (MINN) maj. dec. John Blakely 14-3
165: Cody Yohn (MINN) dec. Kyle Blevins 8-5
174: Scott Glasser (MINN) maj. dec. Carter Downs 21-7
184: Austin Trotman (ASU) dec. Kevin Steinhaus (MINN) 11-9
197: Sonny Yohn (MINN) dec. Paul Glover 7-0
Hwt: Tony Nelson (MINN) over Marc Tyson 7-1

North Dakota State 24, No. 9 Central Michigan 17
125: Trent Sprenkle (NDSU) dec. Joe Roth (CMU), 4-0
133: No. 6 Scotti Sentes (CMU) maj. dec. Justin Solberg (CMU), 12-0
141: Trevor Johnson (NDSU) dec. Scott Mattingly (CMU), 9-5
149: Donnie Corby (CMU) maj. dec. Andrey Patselov (NDSU), 10-2
157: Vince Salminen (NDSU) pin Zack Cline (CMU) at 6:26
165: Tyler Johnson (NDSU) dec. Adam Miller (CMU), 5-2
174: No. 6 Ben Bennett (CMU) dec. Steven Monk (NDSU), 8-1
184: Kenny Moenkedick (NDSU) dec. Chad Friend (CMU), 10-5
197: Drew Ross (NDSU) pin Craig Kelliher (CMU) at 0:42
285: No. 4 Jarod Trice (CMU) win by forfeit

Northern Quad photos

Round 2

No. 3 Minnesota 21, No. 9 Central Michigan 17
125: No. 4 Zach Sanders (UM) maj. dec. Kyle Waldo, 19-5
133: No. 6 Scotti Sentes (CMU) maj. dec. Thane Antczak, 10-0
141: No. 5 Mike Thorn (UM) pin Scott Mattingly at 5:33
149: David Zilverberg (UM) dec. Donnie Corby, 7-3
157: Eric Cubberly (CMU) dec. Alec Ortiz, 9-2
165: No. 3 Mike Miller (CMU) maj. dec. No. 10 Cody Yohn, 10-2
174: No. 6 Ben Bennett (CMU) dec. No. 10 Scott Glasser, 7-1
184: Kevin Steinhaus (UM) tech. fall Chad Friend, 18-2
197: No. 5 Sonny Yohn (UM) dec. Craig Kelliher, 6-1
285: No. 4 Jarod Trice (CMU) dec. No. 10 Tony Nelson, 3-2

North Dakota State 23, Appalachian State 16
125: Trent Sprenkle (NDSU) dec. Tony Gravely (ASU), 5-4
133: Justin Solberg (NDSU) dec. Chris Johnson (ASU), 4-3
141: Trevor Johnson (NDSU) maj. dec. Mike Kessler (ASU), 10-2
149: Savva Kostis (ASU) dec. Andrey Patselov (NDSU), 9-8
157: Vince Salminen (NDSU): maj. dec. John Blakely (ASU), 14-3
165: Kyle Blevins (ASU) dec. Tyler Johnson (NDSU), 3-2
174: Mac Stoll (NDSU) dec. Carter Downs (ASU), 7-1
184: Austin Trotman (ASU) maj. dec Kenny Moenkedick (NDSU), 12-4
197: Drew Ross (NDSU) fall Paul Glover (ASU), 1:29
Hwt: Marc Tyson (ASU) win by forfeit

Round 3

No. 3 Minnesota 35, North Dakota State 9
125: Zach Sanders (MINN) maj. dec. Trent Sprenkle (NDSU), 14-5
133: Thane Antczak (MINN) maj. dec. Justin Solberg (NDSU), 10-1
141: Mike Thorn (MINN) pin Mark Erickson (NDSU), 4:49
149: David Zilverberg (MINN) dec. Andrey Patselov (NDSU), 7-4
157: Vince Salminen (NDSU) dec. Pat Smith (MINN), 4-0
165: Cody Yohn (MINN) dec. Tyler Johnson (NDSU), 7-3
174: Steven Monk (NDSU) pin Joel Hill (MINN), 2:49
184: Kevin Steinhaus (MINN) dec. Kenny Moenkedick (NDSU), 10-3
197: Sonny Yohn (MINN) pin Drew Ross (NDSU), 1:16
Hwt: Tony Nelson (MINN) win by forfeit

No. 9 Central Michigan 31, Appalachian State 10
125: Christian Cullinan (CMU) dec. Brett Boston, 6-3
133: No. 6 Scotti Sentes (CMU) pin Chris Johnson at 4:52
141: Mike Kessler (ASU) dec. Scott Mattingly, 3-1
149: Donnie Corby (CMU) dec. Savva Kostis, 6-5
157: Eric Cubberly (CMU) maj. dec. Travis Puckett, 9-0
165: Kyle Blevins (ASU) dec. Adam Miller, 5-3
174: No. 6 Ben Bennett (CMU) pin Carter Downs at 2:00
184: Austin Trotman (ASU) maj. dec. Dillon Kern, 10-2
197: Craig Kelliher (CMU) pin Paul Glover at 0:40
285: Mike Murray (CMU) dec. Marc Tyson, 3-0

South Dakota State at Nebraska Triangular

SDSU competes at Nebraska

November 27, 2010

LINCOLN, Neb. – The South Dakota State wrestling team went 0-2 at the Nebraska Triangular Saturday in Lincoln, Neb.

The Jackrabbits faced Bucknell (Pa.) in the first dual of the day at the Nebraska Triangular, hosted by Nebraska. The Jacks dropped the dual 3-38. Senior Kevin Kelly was the only Jack to notch a win over the Bison for the Jacks. The heavyweight defeated Conor Sweeny 6-3.

Against no. 22 Nebraska, the Jacks dropped the dual 6-36. Nebraska boasts three ranked wrestlers in no. two Jordan Burroughs, no. 10 Josh Ihnen and no. nine Tucker Lane.
Aaron Pickrel and Tony Vaske each picked up wins against the Cornhuskers. Pickrel found a win in the 125-pound division with a 3-0 victory over Shawn Nagel, while 141-pounder Vaske picked up a win over Mike Koehnlei, 13-8.

The Jacks are back in action Dec. 12 with the Jackrabbit Triangular featuring Northern State and Southern Illinois-Edwardsville. The meet will benefit the Jackrabbit Wrestling Endowment with 100 percent of the ticket sales directly funding the endowment. For more information on the Jackrabbit Triangular, stay tuned to GoJacks.com.

Bucknell 38, South Dakota State 3
125: Reber (BU) wins by decision over Aaron Pickrel (SDSU), 10-4
133: Alex Pellicciotti (BU) wins by forfeit
141: Hancock (BU) wins by major decision over Tony Vaske (SDSU), 16-6
149: #5 Levalley (BU) wins by tech fall over Jimmy Hamilton (SDSU), 17-0
157: Hooks (BU) wins by decision over Nick Flynn (SDSU), 6-3
165: Lear (BU) wins by decision over John Nething II (SDSU), 8-5
174: Thompson (BU) wins by major decision over Seth Moe (SDSU), 11-0
184: McMullan (BU) wins by decision over David Michaud (SDSU), 12-5
197: Hahn (BU) wins by forfeit
Hwt: Kevin Kelly (SDSU) wins by decision over Sweeney (BU), 6-3

Nebraska 36, South Dakota State 6
125: Aaron Pickrel (SDSU) by decision over Shawn Nagel (NU), 3-0 (SDSU 3, NU 0)
133: Ridge Kiley (NU) by forfeit (NU 6, SDSU 3)
141: Tony Vaske (SDSU) by decision over Mike Koehnlein (NU), 13-8 (SDSU 6, NU 6)
149: Ross Grande (NU) by decision over Andrew Youngblom (SDSU), 4-1 (NU 9, SDSU 6)
157: Tyler Koehn (NU) by decision over Nick Flynn (SDSU), 7-3 (NU 12, SDSU 6)
165: Jordan Burroughs (NU) by fall over John Nething II (SDSU), 4:02 (NU 18, SDSU 6)
174: Caleb Kolb (NU) by decision over David Michaud (SDSU), 10-3 (NU 21, SDSU 6)
184: #10 Josh Ihnen (NU) by forfeit (NU 27, SDSU 6)
197: Andy Johnson (NU) by forfeit (NU 33, SDSU 6)
Hwt: Tucker Lane (NU) by decision over Kevin Kelly (SDSU), 4-0 (NU 36, SDSU 6)

Augustana 25 Augsburg 6

No. 3 Vikings roll past Augsburg 25-6

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – No. 3 Augustana took eight of 10 matches from Augsburg to cruise past the Auggies 25-6 Wednesday night in the both teams’ season-opening dual in Sioux Falls.

Augustana improves to 1-0, while Augsburg, the top-ranked team in Division III, falls to 0-1.

The Vikings rattled off wins in the first six matches of the dual, building themselves an 18-0 lead.

Action started at 157 pounds where Marcus Edgington scraped out a 3-2 over Jon Priess. Gavin Nelson pushed his squad’s advantage to 6-0 by taking a 6-1 decision from Josh Kohler at 165 pounds.

Carl Serck followed with a 12-5 decision over Brandon Bahr at 174 pounds, and Brandon Schultz edged Jackson Mboma 3-2 at 184 pounds. At 197 pounds, Ty Copsey picked up the Vikings’ fifth straight win of the night by defeating Brad Baus 6-2.

Lance Peters extended Augustana’s winning streak to six with his 6-3 win over Niko Bogojevic in the heavyweight bout. His victory put the Vikings up 18-0.

The Vikings suffered their first loss of the evening at 125 pounds as Augsburg’s Josh Roberts posted a 7-6 win by decision over Al Meger.

Augustana picked up wins in the two ensuing matches after Cody Lensing put together a 13-2 win over Cody Madsen at 133 pounds and Jay Sherer, the defending national champion at 141 pounds, was a 10-8 winner over Nathan Lexvold.

Nate Herda was defeated in the final bout of the night at 149 pounds, falling to Tony Valket 4-0.

Nov. 24, 2010 – Elmen Center, Sioux Falls, S.D.

Action begins at 157 pounds
Time of match: 1:50
Attendance: 717
Official: Rick Fink

#3 D-II Augustana 25, #1 D-III Augsburg 6
157: No. 2 Marcus Edgington (Augustana, 8-1) dec. Jon Priess (Augsburg, 2-3) 3-2 (Augustana 3-0).
165: Gavin Nelson (Augustana, 10-2) dec. Josh Kohler (Augsburg, 4-1) 6-1 (Augustana 6-0).
174: Carl Serck (Augustana, 9-2) dec. Brandon Bahr (Augsburg, 2-3) 12-5 (Augustana 9-0).
184: Brian Schultz (Augustana, 4-3) dec. Jackson Mboma (Augsburg, 0-3) 3-2 (Augustana 12-0).
197: No. 2 Ty Copsey (Augustana, 3-0) dec. Brad Baus (Augsburg, 3-2) 6-2 (Augustana 15-0).
Hwt: Lance Peters (Augustana, 4-1) dec. Niko Bogojevic (Augsburg, 4-1) 6-3 (Augustana 18-0).
125: No. 2 Josh Roberts (Augsburg, 3-2) dec. No. 5 Al Meger (Augustana, 8-3) 7-6 (Augustana 18-3).
133: Cody Lensing (Augustana, 9-1) maj. dec. Cody Madsen (Augsburg, 3-2) 13-2 (Augustana 22-3).
141: No. 1 Jay Sherer (Augustana, 9-1) dec. Nathan Lexvold (Augsburg, 3-2) 10-8 (Augustana 25-3)
149: No. 2 Tony Valek (Augsburg, 5-0) dec. No. 3 Nate Herda (Augustana, 10-4) 4-0 (Augustana 25-6).

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NWCA All-Star Classic

Sanders, Yohn Fall at All-Star Classic

Minnesota All-American wrestlers Zach Sanders and Sonny Yohn both fell in their respective matches at the NWCA All-Star Classic on Sunday in Anaheim, Calif.

Sanders gave up a technical fall (20-2, 5:00) to a familiar opponent in Arizona State’s Anthony Robles. The duo split a pair of previous meetings with Sanders winning, 7-3, at the 2008 Las Vegas Invitational and Robles scoring a 19-10 decision in the 2008 NCAA Championships consolation semifinal round. Robles built an early 14-0 lead with four, three-point near-falls in the first period and the Sun Devils’ grappler escaped from a takedown by Sanders in the second period to pick up the win.

Yohn came out on the losing end of a 7-3 decision against Oklahoma State’s Clayton Foster in a matchup of 197 pounders. After Foster jumped out to an early lead, Yohn scored a takedown in the third period, but it wouldn’t be enough as the Cowboy’s grappler picked up the win over Minnesota’s All-American.

The pair of losses drops Minnesota’s record at the All-Star Classic to 12-14-1 dating back to the inaugural event in 1967.

Sanders and Yohn will rejoin Minnesota as the No. 4 Gophers prepare to host the Northern Quad this weekend in Rochester, Minn.

Results:
125 – No. 3 Anthony Robles (Arizona State) tech fall No. 4 Zach Sanders (Minnesota), 20-2 (5:00)
133 – No. 2 Jordan Oliver (Oklahoma State) dec. No. 1 Andrew Hochstrasser (Boise State), 8-7
141 – No. 1 Zack Bailey (Oklahoma) dec. No. 8 Germane Lindsey (Ohio), 3-2
149 – No. 5 Kevin LeValley (Bucknell) dec. No. 12 Torsten Gillespie (Edinboro), 6-0
157 – No. 4 Bubba Jenkins (Arizona State) major dec. No. 1 Adam Hall (Boise State), 12-4
165 – No. 4 Josh Asper (Maryland) dec. No. 6 Shane Onufer (Wyoming), 3-2
174 – No. 6 Nick Amuchastegui (Stanford) dec. No. 3 Jordan Blanton (Illinois), 4-0
184 – No. 2 Joe LeBlanc (Wyoming) dec. No. 5 A.J. Kissel (Purdue), 10-5
197 – No. 4 Clayton Foster (Oklahoma State) dec. No. 5 Sonny Yohn (Minnesota), 7-3
285 – No. 8 Ryan Flores (American) dec. No. 2 Jarod Trice (Central Michigan), 3-1