2018 Southern Scuffle Pre-Seeds

A new year is upon us which means one thing...the Southern Scuffle, presented by Compound Sportswear.

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Before wrestling gets underway on New Year's Day check out pre-seeds for the loaded field.

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1. Darian Cruz - Lehigh
2. Jay Schwarm - Northern Iowa
3. Daton Fix - Oklahoma State (UNA)
4. Louie Hayes - Virginia
5. Gabe Townsell - Stanford
6. Sergio Mendez – Cal State Bakersfield
7. Alonzo Allen - Chattanooga
8. Thayer Atkins - Duke

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1. Scott Parker - Lehigh
2. Jack Mueller - Virginia
3. Austin DeSanto - Drexel
4. Corey Keener - Penn State
5. Rico Montoya - Northern Colorado
6. Cole Manley - Virginia Tech (UNA)
7. Josh Finesilver - Duke
8. Colby Smith – (UNA)

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1. Josh Alber - Northern Iowa
2. Luke Karam - Lehigh
3. Jered Cortez - Penn State
4. Russell Rohlfing – Cal State Bakersfield
5. Nick Lee - Penn State (UNA)
6. Kaden Gfeller - Oklahoma State (UNA)
7. Nic Gil - Navy
8. Kyle Shoop - Lock Haven

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1. Zain Retherford - Penn State
2. Max Thomsen - Northern Iowa
3. Jared Prince - Navy
4. Ronnie Perry - Lock Haven
5. Sam Krivus - Virginia
6. Matt Zovistoski - Appalachian St. (UNA)
7. Tristan Moran - Oklahoma State
8. Jamal Morris - North Carolina State

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1. Jason Nolf - Penn State
2. Mitch Finesliver - Duke
3. Ian Brown - Lehigh
4. Alex Mossing - Air Force
5. Paul Fox - Stanford
6. Coleman Hammond – Cal State Bakersfield
7. Zack Davis - Navy
8. Tyler Marinelli - Gardner Webb

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1. Vincenzo Joseph - Penn State
2. Joe Smith - Oklahoma State (UNA)
3. Bryce Steiert - Northern Iowa (UNA)
4. Chance Marsteller - Lock Haven
5. Drew Daniels - Navy
6. Andrew Atkinson - Virginia
7. Mekhi Lewis - Virginia Tech (UNA)
8. Drew Longo - Lehigh

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1. Mark Hall- Penn State
2. Jordan Kutler- Lehigh
3. Taylor Lujan- Northern Iowa
4. Jadaen Bernstein- Navy
5. Keaton Subjeck- Stanford
6. Will Schany- Virginia
7. Forest Przybysz- Appalachian State
8. Matt Finesilver- Duke

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1. Bo Nickal - Penn State
2. Drew Foster - Nothern Iowa
3. Bryce Carr - Chattanooga
4. Michael Coleman - Navy
5. Nick Reenan - North Carolina State (UNA)
6. Dylan Gabel - Northern Colorado
7. Nick Corba - Cleveland State
8. Alan Clothier - Appalachian State

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1. Anthony Cassar - Penn State
2. Matt Williams – Cal State Bakersfield
3. Scottie Boykin - Chattanooga
4. Nathan Traxler - Stanford
5. Jacob Holschlag - Northern Iowa
6. Jacob Seely – Northern Colorado
7. Chris Weiler - Lehigh
8. Stephen Loiseau - Drexel

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1. Nick Nevills - Penn State
2. Jacob Kasper - Duke
3. Mike Hughes - Hofstra
4. Jordan Wood - Lehigh
5. Nathan Butler - Stanford
6. Thomas Haines - Lock Haven
7. Demetrius Thomas – (UNA)
8. Michael Boykin - North Carolina State

Where These Hawks & Cowboys Came From

Iowa and Oklahoma State have a monumental dual on Sunday. #1-Penn State and #2-Ohio State dualed a few weeks ago. Iowa and OK State are currently tied for #3, making it the second most prolific dual this season.

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How Will Iowa at Oklahoma State Affect NCAA Seeding?

The nation's most storied rivalry goes down in Stillwater this Sunday when Iowa travels to take on Oklahoma State. With 17 ranked wrestlers, the guys competing are the ones looking to be high seeds and place at this year's NCAA tournament in Pittsburgh.

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National Preps Preview

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Ok let’s get right to it. Every year Blair and Wyoming Seminary are the two teams battling it out for the team trophy and that’s how it looks again this year, with Blair being a heavy favorite again as well.

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Iowa & OK State Individual Rankings Throughout The Season

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Earlier this week we took a look at where Oklahoma State and Iowa were ranked as a team throughout the 2018-19 season. Now, with the Dual of the Century of the Year looming just around the corner, let's go by the numbers and see where both teams' starters at all ten weights were ranked at each week of the year. 

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What 2 Watch 4: Looks Like We Made It

Looks like we made it. Look how far we've come my friends who enjoy watching wrestling. You're still the one I want to help watch all the dual meets this weekend, which is the last weekend of the regular season. 

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Hungarian Grand Prix Greco-Roman Ranking Event Preview

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Tim Hands, founder and senior editor of Five Point Move, previews the second UWW Greco-Roman ranking series event, the Hungarian Grand Prix.

John Smith On DeSanto/Fix & Iowa/OSU Rivalry

Oklahoma State head coach John Smith addressed the media on Wednesday and gave his outlook on the Cowboys' upcoming dual meet with Iowa. He also talked about his personal memories of the rivalry. 

Daton Fix: 'I'll Let My Wrestling Do The Talking' Against DeSanto

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Daton Fix addresses the media and talks about his upcoming bout with Austin Desanto along with what it means to him to be apart of the Oklahoma State vs Iowa rivalry for the first time.

FRL 355 - Iowa vs Oklahoma State Mega Show

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FRL 355 discusses the Iowa vs Oklahoma State match including predictions and more.

PIAA History: Freshman Champions

Winning a PIAA State Wrestling Championship as a freshman is a rare feat. In fact, there have only been 40 freshmen win PIAA titles in the 80 years of the championships. However, there has been a recent surge in freshman champions. There are many factors at play, but the coaching available at the club level prior to high school has allowed more freshman to be ready to compete at a high level than ever before. This decade has produced more than twice the amount of freshman champions from any previous decade in history. 

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