Every Final X Result Of 2019

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Our 2019 senior world team was chosen over the course of four different Final X events this summer. Below are the results from all 30 wrestle-offs, compiled in one place. 

Men's Freestyle

57 Kilograms - Daton Fix

Daton Fix (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Thomas Gilman (Titan Mercury), 9-1

Thomas Gilman (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Daton Fix (Titan Mercury), 3-2

Daton Fix (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Thomas Gilman (Titan Mercury), 6-3


61 Kilograms - Tyler Graff

Joe Colon (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Tyler Graff (Titan Mercury), 6-4

Tyler Graff (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Joe Colon (Titan Mercury), 9-2

Tyler Graff (Titan Mercury) VSU1 Joe Colon (Titan Mercury), 12-2 1:34


65 Kilograms - Zain Retherford

Zain Retherford (Nittany Lion WC) VPO1 Yianni Diakomihalis (Titan Mercury), 10-4

Zain Retherford (Nittany Lion WC) VPO1 Yianni Diakomihalis  (Titan Mercury), 6-6 (VACATED)

Zain Retherford (Nittany Lion WC) VPO1 Yianni Diakomihalis  (Titan Mercury), 2-1


70 Kilograms - James Green

James Green (Sunkist Kids) VSU Ryan Deakin (Titan Mercury), 11-0 0:18

James Green (Sunkist Kids) VPO1 Ryan Deakin (Titan Mercury), 4-3


74 Kilograms - Jordan Burroughs

Jordan Burroughs (Sunkist Kids) VPO1 Isaiah Martinez (Titan Mercury), 5-4

Isaiah Martinez (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Jordan Burroughs (Sunkist Kids), 6-5

Jordan Burroughs (Sunkist Kids) VPO1 Isaiah Martinez (Titan Mercury), 7-1


79 Kilograms - Kyle Dake

Kyle Dake (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Alex Dieringer (Titan Mercury), 3-2

Kyle Dake (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Alex Dieringer (Titan Mercury), 4-2


86 Kilograms - Pat Downey 

No contest


92 Kilograms - J'den Cox


97 Kilograms - Kyle Snyder

Kyle Snyder (Titan Mercury) VPO Kyven Gadson (Sunkist Kids), 4-0

Kyle Snyder (Titan Mercury) VSU1 Kyven Gadson  (Sunkist Kids), 12-1 1:10


125 Kilograms - Nick Gwiazdowski


Women's Freestyle

50 Kilograms - Whitney Conder


53 Kilograms - Sarah Hildebrandt

Sarah Hildebrandt (New York AC) VPO Katherine Shai  (Titan Mercury), 8-0


55 Kilograms - Jacarra Winchester

Jacarra Winchester (Titan Mercury) VPO1 Dominique Parrish (Sunkist Kids), 8-3


57 Kilograms - Jenna Burkert


59 Kilograms - Alli Ragan

Alli Ragan (Sunkist Kids) VSU Lauren Louive (New York AC), 10-0 1:22


62 Kilograms - Kayla Miracle

Kayla Miracle (Sunkist Kids) VPO Mallory Velte (Titan Mercury), 4-0


65 Kilograms - Forrest Molinari


68 Kilograms - Tamyra Mensah-Stock

Tamyra Mensah-Stock (Titan Mercury) VFA Alex Glaude (Titan Mercury), 4:50


72 Kilograms - Victoria Francis


76 Kilograms - Adeline Gray

Adeline Gray (New York AC) VSU Precious Bell (Titan Mercury), 10-0 1:36


Greco-Roman

55 Kilograms - Max Nowry

Max Nowry  (U.S. Army WCAP) VPO Brady Koontz (Ohio RTC), 3-0


63 Kilograms - Ryan Mango

Ryan Mango (U.S. Army WCAP) VPO1 Xavier Johnson  (U.S. Marine Corps), 6-5


60 Kilograms - Ildar Hafizov

Ildar Hafizov (U.S. Army WCAP) VFA Leslie Fuenffinger (U.S. Army WCAP), 9-0 1:51




72 Kilograms - Raymond Bunker

Raymond Bunker (U.S. Marine Corps) VPO Alex Mossing (Air Force RTC), 7-0


77 Kilograms - Pat Smith


82 Kilograms - John Stefanowicz


87 Kilograms - Joe Rau


130 Kilograms - Adam Coon

Adam Coon (New York AC) VPO1 Cohlton Schultz (Sunkist Kids), 5-1

Way Too Early Lineup Look: 2020-21 Ohio State Buckeyes

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Another week removed from the NCAA tournament that never happened, another week of way too early lineup looks. Let’s head to Columbus, where the roster is young and full of options for starters.

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NCAA Extends Eligibility Of Spring, Denies Winter Sports

The NCAA announced tonight, that winter sports athletes will not receive another year of eligibility while spring sport athletes will. Below you can read the full release from the NCAA.

Mike Evans, Blaize Cabell Join Navy Coaching Staff

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Matt Stencel & Central Michigan Lead The 2019-20 All-MAC Team

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With 50 NCAA qualifiers, including 34 who appear in the final national rankings, the expanded Mid-American Conference left its mark on an abbreviated collegiate wrestling season.

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Bader Show: Kayla Miracle, Bryan Snyder, & Jason Borrelli

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On this episode of the Bader Show, Bader and Bray talk to Kayla Miracle, Bryan Snyder, and Jason Borrelli.

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Spencer Lee Wins The 2020 Hodge Trophy

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Iowa junior Spencer Lee has won the 2020 Hodge Trophy, becoming the third Hawkeye and first 125-pounder to win the award.

Oregon State Hires Chris Pendleton

Oregon State has their next head coach. The university announced today that former Arizona State assistant Chris Pendleton will be the next head man in Corvallis. On March 9, Oregon State announced that Jim Zalesky would not be returning after spending 13 seasons as the head wrestling coach. 

IOC Sets New Dates For The 2021 Olympics

Bill Zadick After Pan Am Qualifier

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New dates have officially been set for the postponed Olympics. The 2021 Games will be held July 23-August 8, 2021.

Mark Ironside Uniting Community During Pandemic

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Two-time NCAA champion Mark Ironside is doing his part during the COVID-19 pandemic to help bring people together by selling UNITE Wrestling shirts. 

Are You Shooting High Crotches Or Head-Outside-Singles?

I like to make a distinction between a high crotch and a head-outside-single. One thing that you should probably understand is that this is less of a rule and more of a coaching preference. I started making the distinction when I was teaching kids in order to separate the ideas in my athletes' heads. If you have any insight into how you teach the difference between these two specific techniques, please get a hold of me. I'd love to hear it.