The Biggest Weekend In The History Of FloWrestling

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Welcome to the biggest live event weekend in the history of FloWrestling. Counting every dual, 17 events from California to Massachusetts and everywhere in between are streaming live on Flo this weekend. 


Iowa City Duals

Date: Friday, Nov. 17 | Time: 10 AM CT | Where: Iowa City, Iowa

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE


The ninth-ranked Iowa Hawkeyes open their season once again with a tradition unlike any other, the Iowa City Duals. This year's edition will provide a tougher test for the Hawkeyes as they will face Iowa Central before taking on Division I foes North Dakota State and Buffalo.

 

11:30 AM CT -- Buffalo vs. Iowa

125: Kyle Akins (Buffalo) vs. Justin Stickley (Iowa)

133: No. 7 Bryan Lantry (Buffalo) vs. No. 19 Phillip Laux (Iowa)

141: Ryan Peters (Buffalo) vs. Vince Turk (Iowa)

149: Jason Estevez (Buffalo) vs. No. 2 Brandon Sorensen (Iowa)

157: Danny Boychuck (Buffalo) vs. No. 3 Michael Kemerer (Iowa)

165: Derek Holcomb (Buffalo) vs. No. 14 Alex Marinelli (Iowa)

174: Austin Weigel (Buffalo) vs. Kaleb Young (Iowa)

184: Brett Perry (Buffalo) vs. Mitch Bowman (Iowa)

197: Joe Ariola (Buffalo) vs. Cash Wilcke (Iowa)

285: Jake Gunning (Buffalo) vs. No. 7 Sam Stoll (Iowa)


1:30 PM CT -- NDSU vs. Iowa 

125: Paul Bianchi (NDSU) vs. Justin Stickley (Iowa)

133: Cam Sykora (NDSU) vs. No. 19 Phillip Laux (Iowa)

141: Sam Hampton (NDSU) vs. Vince Turk (Iowa)

149: Kyle Gliva (NDSU) vs. No. 2 Brandon Sorensen (Iowa)

157: No. 13 Clay Ream (NDSU) vs. No. 3 Michael Kemerer (Iowa)

165: No. 18 Andrew Fogarty (NDSU) vs. No. 14 Alex Marinelli (Iowa)

174: Dylan Urbach (NDSU) vs. Kaleb Young (Iowa)

184: Tyler McNutt (NDSU) vs. Mitch Bowman (Iowa)

197: Cordell Eaton (NDSU) vs. Cash Wilcke (Iowa)

285: Dan Stibral (NDSU) vs. No. 7 Sam Stoll (Iowa)


No. 19 Wyoming at No. 15 Nebraska

Date: Friday, Nov. 17 | Time: 7 PM CT | Where: Lincoln, NE

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE


This top 20 showdown in Lincoln is highlighted by a top 10 battle at 141 between two-time All-American Bryce Meredith and stud freshman Chad Red.


Projected Lineups

125: Trent Olson (Wyoming) vs. Kris Williams (Nebraska)

133: Drake Foster (Wyoming) vs. Brian Peska (Nebraska)

141: No. 3 Bryce Meredith (Wyoming) vs. No. 6 Chad Red (Nebraska)

149: Sam Turner (Wyoming) vs. No. 7 Collin Purinton (Nebraska)

157: No. 18 Archie Colgan (Wyoming) vs. No. 5 Tyler Berger (Nebraska)

165: No. 11 Branson Ashworth (Wyoming) vs. No. 16 Isaiah White (Nebraska)

174: Kyle Pope (Wyoming) vs. Beau Breske (Nebraska)

184: Chaz Polson (Wyoming) vs. No. 20 Taylor Venz (Nebraska)

197: Cody Vigoren (Wyoming) vs. Eric Schultz (Nebraska)

285: Hunter Mullins (Wyoming) vs. Patrick Grayson (Nebraska)


Wisconsin, Pitt, Cal State Bakersfield Tri
Date: Friday, Nov. 17 | Time: 6 PM CT | Where: Bakersfield, CA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE


Cal State Bakersfield plays host to a new-look Pitt program and a young but talented Wisconsin squad. 


6 PM CT -- Pitt vs. CSUB 

125: LJ Bentley (Pitt) vs. Alex Hernandez-Figueroa (CSUB)

133: No. 8 Dom Forys (Pitt) vs. Noah Blakley-Beanes (CSUB)

141: Nick Zanetta (Pitt) vs. No. 19 Russell Rohlfing (CSUB)

149: Robert Lee (Pitt) vs. Kalani Tonge (CSUB)

157: No. 19  Taleb Rahmani (Pitt) vs. Coleman Hammond (CSUB)

165: Jake Wentzel (Pitt) vs. No. 17 Lorenzo De La Riva (CSUB)

174: Austin Bell (Pitt) vs. Bryan Battisto (CSUB)

184: Zach Bruce (Pitt) vs. Mark Penyacsek (CSUB)

197: Kellan Stout (Pitt) vs. No. 10 Matt Williams (CSUB)

285: Ryan Solomon (Pitt) vs. Jarrod Snyder (CSUB)


7:30 PM CT -- Wisconsin vs. Pitt

125: Johnny Jimenez (Wisconsin) vs. LJ Bentley (Pitt)

133: Jens Lantz (Wisconsin) vs. No. 8 Dom Forys (Pitt)

141: No. 20 Eli Stickley (Wisconsin) vs. Nick Zanetta (Pitt)

149: Zander Wick (Wisconsin) vs. Robert Lee (Pitt)

157: Andrew Crone (Wisconsin) vs. No. 19 Taleb Rahmani (Pitt)

165: No. 15 Evan Wick (Wisconsin) vs. Jake Wentzel (Pitt)

174: Ryan Christensen (Wisconsin) vs. Austin Bell (Pitt)

184: No. 12 Ricky Robertson (Wisconsin) vs. Zach Bruce (Pitt)

197: No. 17 Hunter Ritter (Wisconsin) vs. Kellan Stout (Pitt)

285: Ben Stone (Wisconsin) vs. Ryan Solomon (Pitt)


9 PM CT -- Wisconsin vs. CSUB 

125: Johnny Jimenez (Wisconsin) vs. Alex Hernandez-Figueroa (CSUB)

133: Jens Lantz (Wisconsin) vs. Noah Blakley-Beanes (CSUB)

141: No. 20 Eli Stickley (Wisconsin) vs. No. 19 Russell Rohlfing (CSUB)

149: Zander Wick (Wisconsin) vs. Kalani Tonge (CSUB)

157: Andrew Crone (Wisconsin) vs. Coleman Hammond (CSUB)

165: No. 15 Evan Wick (Wisconsin) vs. No. 17 Lorenzo De La Riva (CSUB)

174: Ryan Christensen (Wisconsin) vs. Bryan Battisto (CSUB)

184: No. 12 Ricky Robertson (Wisconsin) vs. Mark Penyacsek (CSUB)

197: No. 17 Hunter Ritter (Wisconsin) vs. No. 10 Matt Williams (CSUB)

285: Ben Stone (Wisconsin) vs. Jarrod Snyder (CSUB)


No. 10 Minnesota at No. 13 South Dakota State
Date: Friday, Nov. 17 | Time: 7 PM CT | Where: Brookings, SD

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE


A season ago, South Dakota State was a match away from picking up a program-defining win over Minnesota. This year, the Jackrabbits welcome the Gophers to what will be a hostile Frost Arena. 


Projected Lineups:

125: No. 5 Ethan Lizak (Minnesota) vs. Josh Portillo (SDSU)

133: No. 6 Mitch McKee (Minnesota) vs. No. 1 Seth Gross (SDSU)

141: No. 7 Tommy Thorn (Minnesota) vs. Henry Pohlmeyer (SDSU)

149: No. 8 Steve Bleise (Minnesota) vs. Colten Carlson (SDSU)

157: No. 9 Jake Short (Minnesota) vs. No. 15 Luke Zilverberg (SDSU)

165: No. 8 Nick Wanzek (Minnesota) vs. Zach Carlson/Logan Peterson (SDSU)

174: Chris Pfarr (Minnesota) vs. No. 12 David Kocer (SDSU)

184: Owen Webster (Minnesota) vs. Martin Mueller/Brady Ayers (SDSU)

197: Bobby Steveson (Minnesota) vs. No. 8 Nate Rotert (SDSU) 

285: Rylee Streifel (Minnesota) vs. Alex Macki (SDSU)


No. 16 Illinois at Fresno State
Date: Friday, Nov. 17 | Time: 9 PM CT | Where: Fresno, CA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE


Wrestling is officially back at Fresno State! The Bulldogs celebrate their return to the mat by welcoming in No. 16 Illinois and local product Isaiah Martinez. 


Projected Lineups:

125: No. 19 Travis Piotrowski (Illinois) vs. Robert Garcia (Fresno State) 

133: No. 14 Dylan Duncan (Illinois) vs. Trevor Williams (Fresno State)

141: Mike Carr (Illinois) vs. Chris De Loza (Fresno State) 

149: Eric Barone (Illinois) vs. Khristian Olivas (Fresno State) 

157: Kyle Langenderfer (Illinois) vs. Greg Gaxiola (Fresno State) 

165: No. 2 Isaiah Martinez (Illinois) vs. Isaiah Hokit (Fresno State) 

174: No. 17 Xavier Montalvo (Illinois) vs. Dominic Kincaid (Fresno State) 

184: No. 6 Emery Parker (Illinois) vs. Angel Solis (Fresno State) 

197: Andre Lee (Illinois) vs. Richie Brandt (Fresno State) 

285: Brooks Black (Illinois) vs. AJ Nevills (Fresno State) 


Flo Kickoff Classic
Date: Friday-Saturday, Nov. 17-18 | Time: 4 PM CT | Where: Tulsa, OK

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

 

Some of the nation's best youth through high school-aged wrestlers will lay it all on the line while looking to win the first leg of the prestigious Trinity Award. 


Doug Parker Invitational
Date: Saturday, Nov. 18 | Time: 9 AM CT | Where: Springfield, MA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE


Last week it was the Roger Williams Invitational, and this week for the first time ever the Doug Parker Invitational takes center stage on FloWrestling. 


Lindenwood Open
Date: Saturday, Nov. 18 | Time: 9 AM CT | Where: St. Louis, MO

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE


No. 6 Missouri leads a field that includes Oklahoma, West Virginia, Northern Illinois, a strong contingent of Iowa redshirts, and more. 


No. 10 Minnesota at No. 4 Oklahoma State
Date: Sunday, Nov. 19 | Time: 5 PM CT | Where: Stillwater, OK

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE


Two of the nation's most storied programs square off inside Historic Gallagher-Iba Arena, with half of the matches featuring ranked matchups. 


Projected Lineups

125: No. 5 Ethan Lizak (Minnesota) vs. No. 3 Nick Piccininni (OSU)

133: No. 6 Mitch McKee (Minnesota) vs. No. 4 Kaid Brock (OSU)

141: No. 7 Tommy Thorn (Minnesota) vs. No. 1 Dean Heil (OSU)

149: No. 8 Steve Bleise (Minnesota) vs. No. 12 Geo Martinez (OSU)

157: No. 9 Jake Short (Minnesota) vs. Jonce Blaylock (OSU)

165: No. 8 Nick Wanzek (Minnesota) vs. No. 5 Chandler Rogers (OSU)

174: Chris Pfarr (Minnesota) vs. No. 15 Jacobe Smith (OSU)

184: Owen Webster (Minnesota) vs. Keegan Moore (OSU)

197: Bobby Steveson (Minnesota) vs. Andrew Marsden (OSU)

285: Rylee Streifel (Minnesota) vs. No. 11 Derek White (OSU)


Keystone Classic
Date: Sunday, Nov. 19 | Time: 9 AM CT | Where: Philadelphia, PA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE


No. 1 Penn State leads a field consisting of Appalachian State, Drexel, Duke, Eastern Michigan, Franklin & Marshall, Harvard, Northwestern, Penn, Penn State, Rider, Sacred Heart, and VMI. 


North Dakota State at No. 12 Northern Iowa

Date: Sunday, Nov. 19 | Time: 2 PM CT | Where: Cedar Falls, IA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE


New Big 12 foes will meet inside West Gym, with North Dakota State looking to shock the always rowdy Panthers faithful. 


Projected Lineups

125: Paul Bianchi (NDSU) vs. No. 20 Jay Schwarm (UNI)

133: Cam Sykora (NDSU) vs. Rudy Yates (UNI)

141: Sam Hampton (NDSU)  vs. No. 12 Josh Alber (UNI) 

149: Mitchell Bengtson (NDSU) vs. No. 3 Max Thomsen (UNI)

157: No. 13 Clay Ream (NDSU)  vs.  Paden Moore (UNI)

165: No. 18 Andrew Fogarty (NDSU) vs. Brandon Haas (UNI) 

174: Nick Knutson (NDSU) vs. No. 10 Taylor Lujan (UNI)

184: Tyler McNutt (NDSU) vs. No. 4 Drew Foster (UNI)

197: Cordell Eaton (NDSU) vs. Jacob Holschlag (UNI)

285: Dan Stibral (NDSU)  vs. Carter Isley (UNI)


Wolfpack Open
Date: Sunday, Nov. 19 | Time: 9 AM CT | Where: Raleigh, NC

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE


No. 11 NC State headlines a solid field consisting of Clarion, Davidson, Gardner-Webb, North Carolina State, Utah Valley, and more.


Roadrunner Open
Date: Sunday, Nov. 19 | Time: Noon CT | Where: Bakersfield, CA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE


No. 15 Illinois faces off against a tough field of Cal Poly, CSU Bakersfield, Fresno State, Maryland, Stanford, and Wisconsin.

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