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  1. northco

    2018/2019 Mizzou Recruiting

    Updated with Rocky Elam!
  2. All-Missouri Team 125 Tyler Kreith, Maryville (Francis Howell) 6th NCAA DIV II 133 John Erneste, Missouri (Park Hill) 6th NCAA DIV I 141 Jaydin Eierman, Missouri (Father Tolten) 3rd NCAA DIV I 149 Brock Mauller, Missouri (Father Tolten) 6th NCAA DIV I 157 Ethan Karsten, Iowa Central (Platte County) NJCAA National Champion 165 Kyle Caldwell, Northeast Oklahoma (Willard) 4th NJCAA 174 Daniel Lewis, Missouri (Blue Springs) 4th NCAA DIV I 184 Michael Pixley, McKendree (Blue Springs) NCAA DIV II National Champion 197 Ethan Scheretz, Maryville (Whitfield) 6th NCAA DIV II 285 Shaun Beeson, Graceland (Monett) 4th NAIA/ Zach Elam, Missouri (Staley) NCAA DIV I Round of 12
  3. northco

    MAC Championships

    There is only one allocation at 165 and 197. There is no wrestle off for true second then. Only when an allocation is at play. If there was two allocations at 165 (There should have been 3). If Flynntook 3rd and Yinger won the tournament then Flynn could wrestle Keller for true 2nd. I think will get a WC. Koelling a very good possibility Elam a good possibility with His CKLV and other wins. But they also could see those bad loses (Vs. Aven of Purdue, Gremmell of Iowa State, The Virginiahwt and nwo against SIU-E whom he majored in the dual) They might pass him by. Punke if he wins against Laney (Whom he lost to in OT) Will get an automatic bid. The fact they qualified the weight for the Conference will play into it heavily. All 10 Missouri kids qualified the weight for the conference.
  4. Conference 125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 285 Total Atlantic Coast Conference 2 4 4 4 4 4 3 5 4 3 37 Big 12 Conference 5 5 6 7 1 6 5 5 7 6 53 Big Ten Conference 9 8 9 6 9 9 8 8 5 7 78 Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association 4 4 3 5 6 4 5 6 6 4 47 Eastern Wrestling League 1 2 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 2 14 Mid-American Conference 4 3 4 1 5 1 2 2 1 4 27 Pacific-12 Conference 3 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 17 Southern Conference 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 13 TOTAL QUALIFIERS 29 29 29 28 29 29 27 29 28 29 286
  5. northco

    Most dominant wrestler by decade

    If you say Scott Fiedler for the 80's. I would have to give it to Dwight Downs possibly. He majored Fiedler when Fiedler was a Juniior and was a 2x State champion. I would put (in no particular order) either of the Purlers, Sam Henson, Ted Hickey, Doug Anderson, Scott Clayton, Dwight Downs, Eric Pierson, Bruce Harris, Jeff Ditter up there or maybe ahead of Fiedler. 90's - Hill, Brewer, Schatzman, Barker, 2000 - Chase Verdooren, Clemson, Bailey(Both), Deron Winn, Caputo, Wolfrum 2010 (So Far)- Cox, Eierman, Hayes, Cody Brewer, Alan Waters, Jarrett Jacques
  6. northco

    MAC Seeding

    Here is a run down of what the seed will possibly be and the weight classes. Also How many Allocation each weight will probably get. (The Rankings are the most recent Coaches rankings/RPI) (* Denotes Returning National Qualifier) (Bold is an All-American) 125 lbs. Allocations: 4 Predicted Seeds: #16/#13 Michael McGee, Old Dominion, (25-4)* #21/22 Shakur Laney, Ohio (12-7)* #19/#7 Drew Hildenbrandt, Central Michigan (17-7) #22/#25 Dack Punke, Missouri (9-8) #33/NR Kyle Akins, Buffalo (16-9)* Bryce West, Northern Illinois (12-13) Jake Ferri, Kent State (13-17) Greg Datlovsky, SIU-Edwardsville (5-16) 133 lbs. Allocations: 3 Predicted Seeds: #7/#2 John Erneste, Missouri (15-4)* #23/NR Mario Guillen, Ohio (15-1) #28/#20 Derek Spann, Buffalo (19-3) NR/#23 Tim Rooney, Kent State (21-12) NR/#30 Alijah Jeffery, Northern Illinois (16-9) Trevon Majette, Old Dominion (11-10) Deven Perez, Central Michigan (8-10) Jacob Blaha, SIU-Edwardsville (2-17) 141 lbs. Allocations: 4 Predicted Seeds: #4/#4 Jaydin Eierman, Missouri (20-3) #14/NR Cameron Kelly, Ohio (16-2)* #13/NR Bryan Lantry, Buffalo (10-1)* #17/#16 Sa’Derian Perry, Old Dominion (20-6) Drew Marten, Central Michigan (9-14) Drew West, Northern Illinois (10-9) Cory Simpson, Kent State (15-25) Lucas Bernal, SIU-Edwardsville (4-18) 149 lbs. Allocations: 1 #6/#9 Brock Mauller, Missouri (26-2) NR/#29Alec Hagan, Ohio (17-10) TyShawn Williams, SIU-Edwardsville (13-9)* NR/#32 Kevin Buddock, Old Dominion (26-15) McCoy Kent, Northern Illinois (14-9) Dresden Simon, Central Michigan (8-11) Jason Estevez, Buffalo (7-13) Kody Komara, Kent State (19-23) 157 lbs. Allocations: 5 Predicted Seeds: #16/#31 Jarrett Jacques, Missouri (25-6) #8/#8 Larry Early, Old Dominion (20-4)* #18/#15 Zac Carson, Ohio (18-6)* #25/#32 Justin Ruffin, SIU-Edwardsville (15-8) #21/#29 Logan Parks, Central Michigan (19-11) #32/#24 Alex Smythe, Buffalo (13-5) Mason Kauffman, Northern Illinois (12-14) Richard Jackson, Kent State (7-24) 165 lbs. Allocations: 1 Predicted Seeds: #13/#11 Connor Flynn, Missouri (17-6)* #32/#24 Kenny Moore, Northern Illinois (18-7) NR/#29 Colt Yinger, Ohio (14-7) Nate Higgins, SIU-Edwardsville (10-14)* #31/#27Troy Keller, Buffalo (15-6) Shane Jones, Old Dominion (18-16) Isaac Best, Kent State (17-18) Bret Fedewa, Central Michigan (6-17) 174 lbs. Allocations: 2 Predicted Seeds: #2/#4 Daniel Lewis, Missouri (21-1) #13/#27 Brit Wilson, Northern Illinois (23-4) Seldon Wright, Old Dominion (13-7)* Dylan Barreiro, Kent State (17-12) Collin Lieber, Central Michigan (9-16) Kevin Gschwendtner, SIU-Edwardsville (8-16) Logan Stanley, Ohio (8-14) Jake Lanning, Buffalo (4-14) 184 lbs. Allocations: 2 Predicted Seeds: #18/#12 Dylan Wisman, Missouri (13-7) #17/#13 Andrew McNally, Kent State (30-6) #32/#18 Antonio Agee, Old Dominion (16-7) Sergio Villalobos, SIU-Edwarsville (10-12) #31/#28 Jordan Atienza, Central Michigan (16-9)* Hunter Yeargan, Ohio (12-12) Will Feldkamp, Northern Illinois (11-8) Logan Rill, Buffalo (8-15) 197 lbs. Allocations: 1 Predicted Seeds: #25/#22 Wyatt Koelling, Missouri (19-9) Christian DuLaney, SIU-Edwardsville (11-9) Brett Perry, Buffalo (16-9) Timothy Young, Old Dominion (12-11) Landon Pelham, Central Michigan (8-14) Shane Mast, Kent State (9-17) Aron Naples, Ohio (11-9) Max Ihry, Northern Illinois (1-14) 285 lbs. Allocations: 4 Predicted Seeds: #12/#7 Matt Stencel, Central Michigan (24-4)* #23/#19 Zach Elam, Missouri (19-8) #16/#15 Jake Gunning, Buffalo (15-3)* Caleb Gossett, Northern Illinois (11-10) NR/#32 Zack Parker, Ohio (12-10)* Colton McKiernan, SIU-Edwardsville (20-10) Ali Wahab, Old Dominion (20-13) Spencer Berthlold, Kent State (15-18)
  7. List of all the kids from Missouri that qualified for College Nationals (All-Levels) * = Returning AA All-Americans in Bold NJCAA - 125 lbs. - Cody Hey, Neosho CC (Washington) 133 lbs. - Dakota Miller, Cloud CC (Odessa) 141 lbs. - Jett Merlo, Neosho CC (Blue Springs) 157 lbs. - Ethan Karstens, Iowa Central (Platte County)*NATIONAL CHAMPION 165 lbs. - Kyle Caldwell, Northeast Oklahoma (Willard) - 4th 174 lbs. - Olen Brattin, Iowa Western (Pleasant Hill) 174 lbs. - Myron Crawford, Ellsworth (Francis Howell North) 184 lbs. - Cameron Young, Cloud CC (McCluer North) NAIA- 133 lbs - Tanner Irwin, Williams Baptist (Jefferson City) 133 lbs. - Zach Durbin, Missouri Valley (Seckman) 149 lbs. - Trey Heckadon, Graceland (Butler) 149 lbs. - Bryce Backowski, Missouri Baptist (Francis Howell Central) 157 lbs. - Gage Maxwell, Hannibal-LaGrange (Rolla) 165 lbs - William Siebert, Missouri Valley (Farmington) 165 lbs. - Elias Vaoifi, Missouri Valley (Ft. Osage) 165 lbs. - Tristan Kole Meador, Williams Baptist (Hillsboro) 174 lbs. - Lawton Benna, Grand View (Holt)* 4th 174 lbs. - Dalton Tipton, Missouri Valley (Smithville)* 8th 197 lbs. - Benjamin Turnbough, Williams Baptist (Potosi) 285 lbs. - Shawn Beeson, Graceland (Monett) 4th NCAA DIV III - 149 lbs. - Sean Sax, Westminister (Waynesville) (1st National Qualifier for the school) NCAA DIV II - 125 lbs. - Tyler Kreith, Maryville (Francis Howell) 6th 149 lbs. - Gavin Londoff, Lindenwood (Holt) 3rd 157 lbs. - Blake Clevenger, Drury (Kearney)* (1st National Qualifier for the school) 165 lbs. - Dan Fillipek, McKendree (Warrenton) 184 lbs. - Michael Pixley, McKendree (Blue Springs)* NATIONAL CHAMPION 197 lbs. - Ethan Sheretz, Maryville (Whitfield) 6th 197 lbs. - Jared McKindley, Lindenwood (Mehlville) NCAA DIV I - 133 lbs. - John Erneste, Missouri (Park Hill) 6th 133 lbs. - Matthew Schmitt, West Virginia (Platte County) 141 lbs. - Jaydin Eierman, MIssouri (Father Tolten)* 3rd 149 lbs. - Brock Mauller, Missouri (Father Tolten) 6th 157 lbs. - Luke Weiland, Army (Seckman) 157 lbs. - Jarrett Jacques, MIssouri (Father Tolten) 157 lbs. - Ke-Shawn Hayes, Ohio State (Park Hill) 157 lbs. - Josh McClure, North Carolina (Fulton) 165 lbs. - Connor Flynn, Missouri (Francis Howell) 165 lbs. - Colston DiBlasi, George Mason (Park Hill) 174 lbs. - Daniel Lewis, Missouri (Blue Springs)* 4th 174 lbs. - Brit Wilson, Northern Illinois (Mexico) 285 lbs. - Demetrius Thomas, Pittsburgh (McCluer) 285 lbs. - Zach Elam, Missouri (Staley)
  8. northco

    State brackets

    The Electricty in the Hearns Center is far better than in Mizzou Arena cause it is so cavernous. The upper section is closed down now and they would be sitting in the two lower bowl sections. It would be crowded both weekends. Also, you would have 1280 total State Qualifiers split into two seperate weenkends 640 Qualifiers + Family members each week as opposed to 1086 for one weekend. If girls Wrestling continues to grow then One Weekend will not be enough to hold the wrestling state tournament it will have to be divided into two or done at Seperate locations. Seperate locations is not viable because, The coaches for the girls is the same as the boys. Plus, Travel and hotel cost to the schools. This way each would have equal footing on the big stage and it would be cost effective for the Schools and the parents.
  9. northco

    State brackets

    I misread what you were speaking of. We are NEVER going back to two or three classes. Since we are at 4 Classes we should make it more equitable for everyone. I also think if Girls Wrestling takes off. Once we get to 200 Schools doing Girls Wrestling (Or participation dictates) We should create a 2nd Class for girls and then the fun would start. Here is what I think. 1st Weekend In Feb. Class 1, Class 2 and Girls Class 1 Districts 2nd Weekend in Feb. Class 3, Class 4 and Girls Class 2 Districts Class 1, Class 2, and Girls Class 1 State @ HEARNES CENTER!!!! 3rd Weekend in Feb Class 3, Class 4 and Girls Class 2 State @ HEARNES CENTER!!!! The state tournament back at Hearnes would be awesome. Smaller venue with seating close to the mat. The electricity would be amazing. While as a coach Mizzou Arena is much nicer with back stage warmup area size. Hearnes as a spectator is 10X better than Mizzou arena. The reason it was moved out of the Hearnes is because it only holds 6 mats as opposed to the 8 Mizzou Arena. Now if three of the Classes were there.. Only 6 mats would be needed.
  10. northco

    State brackets

    What makes you think that? We have added over 40 programs in the last 10 years... What makes you think there will be drops. If they drop that is because there is not participation which would fall on the coach and the school. Here are the numbers for this year. Every Year there are teams that at the beginning of the season that say they are going to have a team and get put into District Competition and then don't field a team for Districts. These are always class 1 and 2. But yet we have equal distribution? Come on really? Class 1 - 518 Wrestlers entered into Districts for 61 teams 8.49 Kids per team entered into Districts 37 Wrestlers per Weight Class 9.25 per weight class at each District District 2 had 30% of all kids entered in the district with 156. 24 more than the nearest District District 1 had 100 wrestlers entered and average 7.14 wrestlers per weight class also 6 wrestlers that didn't have to win a match to go to state Class 2 - 536 wrestlers entered into Districts for 59 teams 9.08 wrestlers per team entered into Districts 38.28 Wrestlers per Weight Class 9.57 Wrestlers per weight class average District 3 had 166 wrestlers 31% of all kids entered in the State Competition District 1 had 14 teams and had 104 wrestlers entered Class 2 has TWO BYES at the state tournament. Class 3 - 652 wrestlers entered for 61 teams 10.69 wrestlers per team entered into the districts 46.56 per Wrestlers per weight class 11.64 Wrestlers per weight class in each district The biggest District was District 3 with 175 wrestlers entered (Biggest in the state by far)t in the st but the smallest was District 2 with 154. So all Districts are within 20 wrestlers roughly. Class 3 for the 2nd year in a row has the most wrestlers entered in state competition. Class 4 - 634 Wrestlers entered for 60 teams. 10.56 Wrestlers per team entered into districts. 45.29 wrestlers per Weight Class 11.32 Wrestlers per weight Class in each district The biggest district was district 1 with 166 Wrestlers. District 3 and 4 both had 161 and the smallest was District 2 with 146. Weight Classes with less than 8 wrestlers means that at least one wrestler can qualify for state by winning 1 match in Weight classes with less than 6 there are wrestlers that don't have to win a match to go to state. Class 1 - brackets with less than 8 Wrestlers 2019 - 12 2018- 14 2017- 10 2016 - 14 2015 - 20 with less than 6 meaning someone went to state without winning a match 2019- 3 2018- 3 2017-1 2016- 2 (this is the year Class 1 had a bye) 2015-3 Class 2- brackets with less than 8 Wrestlers 2019 - 9 2018- 7 2017- 12 2016 - 4 2015 - 6 with less than 6 meaning someone went to state without winning a match 2019- 3 (two byes at the state tournament) 2018- 1 2017- Zero 2016- Zero 2015- Zero Class 3 brackets with less than 8 Wrestlers 2019 - Zero 2018- 1 2017- 2 2016 - Zero 2015 - 1 with less than 6 meaning someone went to state without winning a match 2019- Zero 2018- Zero 2017- Zero 2016- Zero 2015- Zero Class 4 brackets with less than 8 Wrestlers 2019 - 1 2018- 1 2017- 1 2016 - Zero 2015 - Zero with less than 6 meaning someone went to state without winning a match 2019- Zero 2018- 1 2017- Zero 2016- Zero 2015- Zero 25 % of all Class 1 District Brackets in the last five years have had less than 8 Wrestlers entered Class one has had more District Brackets with less than 6 wrestlers (12) in the last five years than Class 3 & 4 Combined have Brackets of less than 8 (8). There have been more BYES in Class 1 and Class 2 State Tournament (3) than Weight Classes with less than 6 in Class 3 & 4 combined. I did some figuring with the numbers from this year and with making class 1 70 teams (I am actually thinking 68 maybe better). Class 4 and 3 would be 56 teams and Class 2 59 Teams Class 1 with those 9 teams a +63 and would have a total of 581 for 70 teams Class 2 would lose those 63 wrestlers but gain 75 for a total of 548 for 59 teams Class 3 would lose 75 wrestlers and get 36 wrestlers from Class 4 and would have 613 wrestlers for 56 teams Class 4 would lose 36 wrestlers and have a total of 598 wrestlers for 56 teams. It can be tweeked to where it is 68-61-56-56 or something of that nature. Which would bring the total to something like 561-568-613-598 By your thinking the addition of 40 to 60 wrestlers wrestlers to Class 1(in other words one extra wrestler per weight class in each district) and 15 to 30 wrestlers in Class 2 would cause mass hysteria and cause programs to be dropped? HOW? By doing this and making it fair for ALL wrestlers and teams it can grow wrestling every where. Here is another thing that has not been brought up. Class 1 and Class 2 are more apt to put 1st year Freshman and Sophomore into district lineups than a Class 3 or Class 4 school. I would like to see a count of % of Freshman in lineups for Class 1, Class 2, Class 3, & Class 4. Which leads to the point of what @preceptor was speaking about the wrestlers coming into high school and starting wrestling. He is correct. IMHO, Missouri should have a 6-8th grade Middle School Season that either runs in the fall or runs Oct to end of December. Then if the kids want to go USA or AAU so be it. Introduce the sport and grow the numbers. Oh BTW, Girls numbers for this was 524 entered into District Competition which is more than class 1 and close to class 2. Also in Case you were wondering Girls Weight classes with 8 or less = 4 Girls weight Classes with 6 or less = 1 But everybody had to win a match to go to state since they only take 3.
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