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#1 old farm boy

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Posted 18 March 2017 - 07:01 AM

If you're not watching you are missing a great performance by the PSU wrestling squad. The finals are televised on ESPN tonight at 8PM

 

 

 

March 17, 2017

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The Penn State Nittany Lion wrestling team advanced five individuals to the 2017 NCAA Championship Finals, posting a perfect 5-0 mark in the national semifinals tonight in St. Louis. Penn State, under the direction of head coach Cael Sanderson, firmed up its hold on first place in the team race after two days of the NCAA Championships and is looking to win its second straight NCAA team title and sixth in the last seven years.

Sanderson’s Nittany Lions lead the team race with 121.0 points, 31.5 ahead of Ohio State, who has 89.5. Oklahoma State is in third with 86.0, Missouri fourth with 81.5 and Iowa fifth with 74.0. Penn State pushed out to the big lead not just on a perfect semifinal performance, but a total team effort getting big points out of all eight wrestlers competing. The Nittany Lions picked up a sixth All-American and the two men who finished one win shy of All-American status each grabbed important team points of bonus victories.

Junior Zain Retherford (Benton, Pa.), the No. 1 seed at 149, met No. 5 Brandon Sorensen of Iowa in the first of five national semifinal match-ups for Penn State. Retherford roared through a high double just over a minute into the bout to take an early 2-0 lead. The Lion then controlled action from the top position, building up a nice riding time cushion while working to turn Sorensen to his back. The Lion senior worked his magic, forcing Sorensen’s shoulders to the mat and, after a few seconds of work, got the first period pin at the 2:36 mark. The win moves Retherford into tomorrow night’s national finals against No. 3 Lavion Mayes of Missouri. He will head into the titular bout with a 4-0 mark, including three tech falls and a pin. The victory was crucial in the team race as well.

Sophomore Jason Nolf (Yatesboro, Pa.), the No. 1 seed at 157, took on No. 4 Tyler Berger of Nebraska in his semifinal match-up. Nolf and Berger battled evenly for the opening two minutes with the Lion nearly connecting on a single that worked its way out of bounds with 1:00 on the clock. The Lion sophomore’s offensive pressure paid off in the waning seconds as he turned a low shot into a takedown and 2-0 lead after one period. Nolf escaped to start the second period and quickly blew through another takedown to lead 5-1 after cutting Berger loose. Nolf led 7-1 after two and then put on an offensive show and rolled to a 15-3 major, picking up critical bonus points. He moves into the national finals tomorrow night where he will meet #3 Joey Lavallee of Missouri. Nolf is 4-0 with a pin, two techs and a major so far in St. Louis.

Red-shirt freshman Vincenzo Joseph (Pittsburgh, Pa.), the No. 3 seed at 165, faced off against No. 2 Logan Massa of Michigan in the semis. The duo battled through a scoreless first period with neither man finding an opening to finish off any shots. Massa chose down to start the second period and quickly escaped to a 1-0 lead. Joseph worked his way into control of Massa’s waist and took him to the mat for a takedown and a 2-1 lead. Massa’s quick escaped knotted things at the :40 mark. Tied 2-2, Joseph took down to start the third period and quickly escaped to a 3-2 lead. The Lion fought off a swift Massa shot, working action out of bounds. The Lion gave up a stall point at the :20 mark and then worked a trip into a scramble and a takedown. Massa escaped but Joseph’s late takedown proved the difference as the Penn State freshman won 5-4. Joseph will meet No. 1 Isaiah Martinez of Illinois in the NCAA finals tomorrow night. He is 4-0 with a major in this, his first NCAA tournament.

True freshman Mark Hall (Apple Valley, Minn.), the No. 5 seed at 174, met No. 1 Zahid Valencia of Arizona State in his semifinal match-up. Hall fought off a solid early Valencia shot and was hit for stalling at the 1:24 mark. The duo battled through the rest of the period scoreless and Hall chose down to start the second stanza. The Lion freshman worked his way to his feet, forcing Valencia into a stall warning but not quite escaping. After a reset, Hall escaped to a 1-0 lead at the 1:20 mark. The second period ended with the Lion leading by one. Valencia chose down to start the third period and escaped to a 1-1 tie at the 1:33 mark. Valencia worked his way into what was called a takedown that Hall quickly escaped from. Penn State challenged that Valencia held Hall’s headgear and the challenge was accepted. Hall picked up a penalty point, no takedown was awarded and the Lion led 2-1. Hall iced the bout with a takedown with :26 left. Valencia picked up a late stall point and an escape, but Hall’s late-game heroics proved the difference as the true freshman moved into the NCAA finals with the 4-3 win. Hall, handing Valencia his first loss of the year, will take on No. 3 Bo Jordan of Ohio State in the NCAA finals tomorrow night. He is 4-0 with a tech and a major so far in this, his first NCAA tournament.

Sophomore Bo Nickal (Allen, Texas), the No. 2 seed at 184, took on No. 3 Sammy Brooks of Iowa in Penn State’s final semifinal bout. Nickal, who pinned Brooks in just :38 in Carver Hawkeye, nearly matched the time here on the sport’s biggest stage. Nickal tripped and threw Brooks to his back quickly and got a fall at the 1:01 mark. The fall, Nickal’s third of the tournament, moves him into the NCAA finals once again where he will meet No. 1 Gabe Dean of Cornell. Nickal is 4-0 with three falls and a tech so far in St. Louis.

Sophomore Nick Nevills (Clovis, Calif.), the No. 5 seed at 285, took on No. 15 Ryan Solomon of Pittsburgh in his ‘blood round’ match-up, looking to become an All-American and keep third place in his grasp. Nevills and the Pitt big man fought their way through a scoreless first period. The Lion sophomore chose down to start the second period and quickly escaped to a 1-0 lead. With neither wrestler notching a takedown in the middle stanza, Solomon chose down to start the third period, trailing 1-0. Nevills won the match on top, riding the Panther out for the entirety of the period to post a 2-0 win with 1:43 in riding time, becoming an All-American for the first time. He then took on No. 8 Michael Kroells of Minnesota in the consolation quarterfinals. The duo traded takedowns in the first period with Kroells’ coming late enough for the Gopher to ride Nevills out to lead 3-2 after one period. The Gopher extended his lead to 4-2 with a quick escape in the second. Nevills picked up a takedown on the edge of the mat to tie the bout 4-4. Nevills rode Kroells out and the bout moved to the third period tied 5-5. Nevills, with over 1:30 in riding time, chose down to start the third period and escape to a 5-4 lead while maintaining 1:32 in time. Nevills round out the match with 1:32 in riding time to post the 6-4 win. He moves into tomorrow morning’s consolation semifinals.

Senior Jimmy Gulibon (Latrobe, Pa.), unseeded at 141, took on No. 2 Kevin Jack of North Carolina State in the ‘blood round,’ needing one more win to become a two-time All-American. Jack got the bout’s first takedown at the 1:47 mark, taking an early 2-0 lead. Gulibon escaped to a 2-1 score but Jack had built up 1:11 in riding time. Gulibon was steady, however, taking Jack down as the period ended to take a 3-2 lead into the second period. Jack chose down to start the second and quickly escaped to a 3-3 tie, the only scoring of the second period. Gulibon chose neutral to start the third period and Jack answered with a takedown to up his lead to 5-3 with 1:40 on the clock. Gulibon escaped to a 5-4 deficit at the 1:10 mark and Jack had 1:10 in riding time. The Lion was unable to break through Jack’s late defense and dropped a hard-fought 6-4 decision. Gulibon picked up critical points for Penn State, going 3-2 with a technical fall and a major. The lone senior in Penn State’s line-up, Gulibon ends his Lion career with a 75-47 record and was a 2015 All-American at 133 pounds.

Junior Matt McCutcheon (Apollo, Pa.), the No. 5 seed at 197, met No. 7 Aaron Studebaker of Nebraska in the fourth round of consolations, needing one more win to earn his first All-America tag and keep the quest for third place alive. McCutcheon was the aggressor out of the gates, taking a handful of shots and breaking through for a takedown off a low single midway through the period. He led 2-1 after one period and Studebaker escaped to start the second period, tying the bout at 2-2. The Husker used a double leg to take McCutcheon down and then turned him twice to lead 12-2 after two periods.

Penn State went 7-2 in session four and picked up five more bonus points off two pins and a major. Penn State is a stunning 29-5 after four sessions and has 28.0 bonus points off four majors, eight techs and six pins. Six Lions are still alive as the Nittany Lions look to win their second straight NCAA title, sixth in the last seven years, and seventh overall. Five in the finals (Retherford, Nolf, Joseph, Hall and Nickal) and Nevills in consolation semifinals. The Nittany Lions will have five wrestlers competing in the NCAA finals for the fourth time in the last six years (2012, 2013, 2016 and 2017).

The Nittany Lions, with six All-Americans this year, now have 206 all-time All-Americans, 43 of those have come under Sanderson’s tutelage. Retherford now has 13 career NCAA wins, tied for 21st all-time at Penn State. Retherford’s pin of Sorensen was his 17th of the year and the 36th of his career, fifth all-time at Penn State. Nickal’s pin of Dudley was his 17th this year as well and the 25th of his career, 19th all-time at Penn State. Nolf has 14 pins this year and 29 for his career, 15th all-time in Nittany Lion history.

The 2017 NCAA Wrestling Championships continue Saturday morning as session five begins at 11 a.m. Eastern / 10 a.m. Central. Session five airs live on ESPNU. The three day event continues through Saturday night’s NCAA Championship Finals. Saturday’s session six, the championship finals, begins at 8 p.m. Eastern / 7 p.m. Central and airs live on ESPN. ESPN3 will offer live streaming of every single match, on every single mat, throughout the entirety of the tournament. The entire tournament is also being broadcast by the Penn State Wrestling Radio Network, streamed live for free at www.gopsusports.com/collegesportslive/ .

Penn State Fans are encouraged to follow Penn State wrestling via twitter at @pennstateWREST, on Penn State Wrestling’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennstatewrestling and on Instagram at www.instagram.com/pennstatewrest. The 2016-17 Penn State wrestling season is presented by The Family Clothesline. This is PENN STATE. WRESTLING lives here. 

2017 NCAA Championships – Team Standings (top five) after Session 4:
March 17, 2017 – Scottrade Center – St. Louis, Mo.

1: PENN STATE – 121.0
2: Ohio State – 89.5
3: Oklahoma State – 86.0
4: Missouri – 81.5
5: Iowa – 74.0

 


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#2 tlaker

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Posted 18 March 2017 - 07:25 AM

Some awesome matches.

 

I certainly am hoping for 5 PSU wins tonight.

 

I am also pulling for Corey Clark Iowa, he beat #1 seed Tomasello and this will be his 4th NCAA finals which he has yet to win.



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Posted 18 March 2017 - 07:33 AM

Some awesome matches.

 

I certainly am hoping for 5 PSU wins tonight.

 

I am also pulling for Corey Clark Iowa, he beat #1 seed Tomasello and this will be his 4th NCAA finals which he has yet to win.

   I think, Retherford, Nolf and Nickal have realistic chances to win tonight. Joseph and Hall might need a bit of luck/help to win their matches, especially Joseph as he has Martinez to deal with. I was happy to see Tomasello lose, there's something about him that rubs me wrong!!


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Posted 18 March 2017 - 07:36 AM

Some awesome matches.

 

I certainly am hoping for 5 PSU wins tonight.

 

I am also pulling for Corey Clark Iowa, he beat #1 seed Tomasello and this will be his 4th NCAA finals which he has yet to win.

I agree, Cory is tough as nails, wrestling basically with one arm.


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Posted 18 March 2017 - 07:46 AM

   I think, Retherford, Nolf and Nickal have realistic chances to win tonight. Joseph and Hall might need a bit of luck/help to win their matches, especially Joseph as he has Martinez to deal with. I was happy to see Tomasello lose, there's something about him that rubs me wrong!!

Joseph and Hall are not big 165 - 174 pounders. With weigh ins in the morning I'm betting that I-Mar and Jordan will both have 10 pound weight advantages.

Nevertheless, Joseph and Hall both already gave I-Mar and Jordan all they could handle earlier in the year. I-Mar looks human this tourney and Hall was beating Jordan late in his last match.

 

Katie bar the door for Bo's match.

 

Next year will be a bloodbath, everyone will be wrestling for 2nd place. It's in Cleveland, get your tickets early if you're a Penn State fan.

 

Oh and a healthy Suriano definitely makes it to the finals and maybe would have won it.


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Posted 18 March 2017 - 07:56 AM

Joseph and Hall are not big 165 - 174 pounders. With weigh ins in the morning I'm betting that I-Mar and Jordan will both have 10 pound weight advantages.

Nevertheless, Joseph and Hall both already gave I-Mar and Jordan all they could handle earlier in the year. I-Mar looks human this tourney and Hall was beating Jordan late in his last match.

 

Katie bar the door for Bo's match.

 

Next year will be a bloodbath, everyone will be wrestling for 2nd place. It's in Cleveland, get your tickets early if you're a Penn State fan.

 

Oh and a healthy Suriano definitely makes it to the finals and maybe would have won it.

Totally agree about the future of wrestling in Penn State. I think you're also right about Suriano. Bo looks like a man on a mission in this tourney...certainly didn't take him long to make a statement last night :D


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Posted 18 March 2017 - 05:37 PM

Totally agree about the future of wrestling in Penn State. I think you're also right about Suriano. Bo looks like a man on a mission in this tourney...certainly didn't take him long to make a statement last night :D

Bo is looking good, but Gabe Dean is a monster. Glad to see that ESPN made it the feature(last) match.


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Posted 18 March 2017 - 10:20 PM

when Dean got pinned by a girl his first ever match , ...he pretended he was paralyzed,,,,,,,,WHAT A STORY does he go tonite ?



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Posted 18 March 2017 - 11:07 PM

when Dean got pinned by a girl his first ever match , ...he pretended he was paralyzed,,,,,,,,WHAT A STORY does he go tonite ?

Went down in a tight one.

 

Total dominance by Penn State, 5 finalists - 5 champs.

 

Z-Pain got the OW and the Hodge Trophy for most dominant wrestler of the year.

Nolf won another major decision, all of his "wins" at nationals have been by bonus. He did lose a close one in the finals last year to I-Mar.

Vincenzo Joseph (red shirt freshman) pinned I-Mar who was going for his 3rd title.

Mark Hall (freshman) won a close one.

Bo Nickal won a close one over Gabe Dean who was going for his 3rd title.

 

All of Penn State's champs are back next year, along with a freshman 125 pounder who was seeded 3rd before he broke his ankle.

 

Get your tickets for nationals next year in Cleveland if you want to see another Penn State blood bath.


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Posted 19 March 2017 - 06:40 AM

Went down in a tight one.

 

Total dominance by Penn State, 5 finalists - 5 champs.

 

Z-Pain got the OW and the Hodge Trophy for most dominant wrestler of the year.

Nolf won another major decision, all of his "wins" at nationals have been by bonus. He did lose a close one in the finals last year to I-Mar.

Vincenzo Joseph (red shirt freshman) pinned I-Mar who was going for his 3rd title.

Mark Hall (freshman) won a close one.

Bo Nickal won a close one over Gabe Dean who was going for his 3rd title.

 

All of Penn State's champs are back next year, along with a freshman 125 pounder who was seeded 3rd before he broke his ankle.

 

Get your tickets for nationals next year in Cleveland if you want to see another Penn State blood bath.

Can you say dynasty? There's aslo Jared Cortez to consider for next year. Barring injury that's 7 wrestlers who will dominate.  And Nevills at heavyweight. Wonder what Cael has up his sleeve for the other 2 weight classes?


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Posted 19 March 2017 - 07:03 AM

Can you say dynasty? There's aslo Jared Cortez to consider for next year. Barring injury that's 7 wrestlers who will dominate.  And Nevills at heavyweight. Wonder what Cael has up his sleeve for the other 2 weight classes?

Well, he has a stud 141 pounder Nick Lee who graduated high school early so he has been wrestling with the Penn State wrestling club for some time now. Cael has the luxury to red shirt him and start Kade Moss instead.

 

197 Matt McCutcheon will be back who is a very small 197 pounder. They do have a stud 197 pounder Anthony Cassar who was scheduled to fill in this year at 197 but has been plagued by injuries. I'm guessing that Cassar and McCutcheon will wrestle off for the spot.

 

Yes, Nevills placed 5th and a couple of the heavies who placed higher will be gone next year.

 

Plus, Penn State has some pretty good recruits already committed for down the road.

 

Yes, people are saying dynasty and a trip to the Iowa and Ok. St. wrestling boards will reveal the panic they are in.


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Posted 19 March 2017 - 07:34 AM

Well, he has a stud 141 pounder Nick Lee who graduated high school early so he has been wrestling with the Penn State wrestling club for some time now. Cael has the luxury to red shirt him and start Kade Moss instead.

 

197 Matt McCutcheon will be back who is a very small 197 pounder. They do have a stud 197 pounder Anthony Cassar who was scheduled to fill in this year at 197 but has been plagued by injuries. I'm guessing that Cassar and McCutcheon will wrestle off for the spot.

 

Yes, Nevills placed 5th and a couple of the heavies who placed higher will be gone next year.

 

Plus, Penn State has some pretty good recruits already committed for down the road.

 

Yes, people are saying dynasty and a trip to the Iowa and Ok. St. wrestling boards will reveal the panic they are in.

   Yes, I looked briefly at the Iowa board, lots of hating going on there :P


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Posted 19 March 2017 - 09:02 AM

This pic says it all

 

 

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Posted 19 March 2017 - 10:41 AM

Here's Z-Pain

 

 

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Posted 19 March 2017 - 10:42 AM

The beginning of the end for I-Mar

 

 

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Posted 19 March 2017 - 11:13 AM

Do you think Imar was in shock? Great pics.


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Posted 19 March 2017 - 12:58 PM

Do you think Imar was in shock? Great pics.

Read a nice report about I-Mar. He is a stud. He usually gets away with a couple of power moves in his matches. Vincenzo couldn't be overpowered, he probably has the best hips of all the PS wrestlers. When Nolf pinned I-Mar last year, Nolf hung with him and out-conditioned him. I-Mar learned from that and learned to pace himself in tight matches. I-Mar looked worn down by the end of the 2nd period, he didn't look his cool, composed self, his power wasn't working with Cenzo. All I-Mar needed was a takedown but he lost his composure and went for the throw which Cenzo was ready for, Cenzo's move was really more of an inside trip, but directly chest to chest. I thought the same thing that you did, I-Mar didn't even try to bridge, maybe he couldn't. I think that the turning point started at the end of the 2nd period when I-Mar realized that his game plan against Cenzo wasn't working so he went for the big move.


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Posted 19 March 2017 - 02:40 PM

OFB you have to click on this link, it has the Cenzo pin with Penn State legendary announcer, Iron Head Byers doing the audio.

 

Video of Cenzo's pin with Ironhead's call. HERE.


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Posted 19 March 2017 - 06:53 PM

Congratulations to PSU, great job!



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Posted 20 March 2017 - 05:39 AM

With the backers Iowa has , their next coaching change may have a PSU connection. That Carver Family can dig alot of cash (coal $$ ) to get the leader they so desperately need .....Brands will be gone shortly ... Gable was also an ISU grad .






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