The St. Cloud State University wrestling team, which is ranked #1 in the nation in the Division II Wrestling Coaches’ Association 2011-12 preseason poll, opened its season with a trip to the Warren Williamson/Daktronics Open in Brookings, S.D. on Nov. 6.
Five Minnesota wrestlers competed unattached on Sunday at the Warren Williamson/Daktronics Open in South Dakota. The Gophers left the Mount Rushmore State on a high note after claiming three individual titles. Seth Lange (141 lbs.), Matt Mincey (149 lbs.), Logan Storley (174 lbs.), Joel Bauman (184 lbs.) and Scott Schiller (197 lbs.)all competed. Mincey, Schiller and Storley each brought home a title, while Bauman took second and Lange finished third.
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Ridgewater had two wrestlers place first, two finish second and three come in third at the season-opening Yellowjacket Open Saturday.
Sophomores Lonny Booshu at 125 pounds and Javior Portillo at 133 were each 3-0 en route to winning their divisions.
BROOKINGS, S.D. – Augustana got nine top-six finishes, including a title by Marcus Edgington at 165 pounds, at the Daktronics Open hosted by South Dakota State Sunday in Brookings.
St. Olaf brought ten underclassmen to the Rochester Community and Technical College Yellowjacket Open on Saturday, November 5th. Six Oles placed fifth or better at the tournament.
SURREY, B.C., Canada – Les Sigman (State College, Pa./Nittany Lion WC) was the big winner at the Hargobind International on Saturday.
Sigman won gold medal at the 120 kg/264.5 lbs. division, then won additional prize money in the big challenge match to cap the evening. Continue reading at themat.com