Cole Han-Lindemyer of Farmington has committed to wrestling for Stanford University following his upcoming senior season.
Buesgens, Hanson, Han-Lindemyer, Novak, and Robideau place
Stillwater wrestler Ryder Rogotzke won a title at the Super 32 Challenge held on October 15-16 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Rogotzke, who also won this prestigious tournament at 182-pounds a year ago, entered the tournament ranked #7 in the nation at 182 pounds by Flowrestling. He won the 182-pound bracket with a 6-4 decision over #6 Tate Naaktgeboren of Iowa in the finals. To reach the finals, Rogotzke had wins over #19 CJ Walrath in the quarterfinals and #5 AJ Heeg in the semifinals.
Farmington’s Cole Han-Lindemyer goes 0-1
ROME, Italy – Joel Adams advances to the 65 kg Greco-Roman finals after going undefeated on day one of the U17 World Championships in Rome, Italy. He will wrestle for gold on Tuesday at noon U.S. ET.
Adams had a perfect day, going 4-0 without giving up a single point. He will move to the gold-medal match tomorrow against Ahoura Bouveiri of Iran who placed seventh at the 2022 U17 Asian Championships.
In his semifinal bout, Adams had three swift takedowns, including an arm drag and a duck, on his way to a 6-0 victory over Petro Shafranskyi of Ukraine. Earlier today, he put on a show with two wins by technical fall and one by decision.
The last U17 World Champion in Greco-Roman was Cohlton Schultz in 2017 in Athens, Greece. Continue reading at teamusa.org →
Farmington’s Cole Han-Lindemyer adds freestyle gold
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – The U.S. closed out a successful U17 Pan American Championships with a dominant performance in men’s freestyle, winning nine gold medals and a silver medal and winning the team title handily on Sunday.
The USA athletes had a remarkable 36-1 record for the day, and all of the victories were by bonus points, either a pin or a technical fall, with one forfeit. Continue reading at teamusa.org →
Farmington’s Cole Han-Lindemyer wins silver
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – Led by seven champions and three runners-up, the United States won the team title at the U17 Pan American Championships on Friday.
Team USA scored 235 points in the event, more than doubling the second-place team from Argentina, which had 107 points. Placing third was Brazil with 104 points, with 12 nations scoring team points.
The United States had an impressive 28-3 overall record in the 10 weight classes.
“Overall, the U.S. team wrestled with a lot of passion,” said U.S. coach Mike Pila. “Developmentally, it was a good tournament for them. For many of them, this was their first international experience,, but they trained and competed like veterans. The guys made adjustments in matches and wrestled hard, but with composure. Personally, I look forward to watching them grow as they move through the Junior and Senior ranks. They represented their country, clubs and families well, and they all have bright futures ahead. The staff is very proud of them.” Continue reading at teamusa.org →