Live This Week: December 13-15, 2019

David Carr

High school wrestling returns this weekend with a bang, and the college season rolls along with two tournaments and two dual meets. 

Walsh Jesuit Ironman

Date: Dec. 13-14 | Time: 10 AM ET | Where: Cuyahoga Falls, OH

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Blair Academy (NJ), Wyoming Seminary (PA), St. Edward (OH), Montini Catholic (IL), Lake Highland Prep (FL), Cincinnati La Salle (OH), and more of the nation's best teams headline the toughest in-season high school tournament in the country.

The star power will be out, too, with Beau Bartlett (Wyoming Seminary), Victor Voinovich (Brecksville), Trevor and Travis Mastrogiovanni (Blair), Paddy Gallagher (St. Edward), Braxton Amos (Parkersburg South), and so many more ranked hammers.


Reno Tournament of Champions

Date: Dec. 13-15 | Time: 11 AM ET | Where: Reno, NV

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Three straight days of some of the best high school and college wrestling you'll see. Cal Poly, California Baptist, Campbell, Fresno State, Oregon State, Utah Valley, and Wyoming lead the college tournament on Sunday. 

While, Allen (TX), Gilroy (CA), Poway (CA), St. John Bosco (CA), Clovis North (CA), and Pomona (CO) headline the always brutal high school field. 


UNI Open

Date: Dec. 14 | Time: 10 AM ET | Where: Cedar Falls, IA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Indiana and Northern Iowa will be the D1 schools with full teams in attendance. Keep an eye out for stud redshirts though as there are always some hammers in attendance. 


Chattanooga (3-4) vs #13 Iowa State (1-1)

Date: Dec. 14 | Time: 8 PM ET | Where: Ames, IA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Iowa State returns to Hilton Coliseum after a top-six finish at CKLV while Chattanooga looks to build off the momentum from a win over Ohio University. 

Projected Lineups

125: Fabian Gutierrez (UTC) vs #14 Alex Mackall (Iowa State)

133: Franco Valdes (UTC) vs #21 Todd Small (Iowa State)

141: Aidan Murphy (UTC) vs #5 Ian Parker (Iowa State)

149: #22 Tanner Smith (UTC) vs #11 Jarrett Degen (Iowa State)

157: Tyler Shilson (UTC) vs #3 David Carr (Iowa State)

165: Andrew Nicholson (UTC) vs Chase Straw (Iowa State)

174: Hunter Fortner (UTC) vs #16 Marcus Coleman (Iowa State)

184: #20 Matthew Waddell (UTC) vs #11 Sammy Colbray (Iowa State)

197: Rodney Jones (UTC) vs Joel Shapiro (Iowa State)

285: Grayson Walthall (UTC) vs #12 Gannon Gremmel (Iowa State)


Long Island (2-11) vs Drexel (2-2)

Date: Dec. 14 | Time: 4 PM ET | Where: Philadelphia, PA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Drexel welcomes new EIWA and D1 member Long Island to town for a conference dual. 

Projected Lineups

125: Jimmy Ryan (LIU) vs Antonio Mininno (Drexel) 

133: Jacob Zuller (LIU) vs Chandler Olson (Drexel)

141: Michael Blando (LIU) vs Julian Flores (Drexel) 

149: Rhise Royster (LIU) vs Jared Donahue (Drexel) 

157: Dominick Demarco (LIU) vs Felix Belga (Drexel) 

165: Jesse Weiner (LIU) vs #17 Ebed Jarrell (Drexel) 

174: James Langan (LIU) vs Michael O'Malley (Drexel) 

184: Dan McClure (LIU) vs Owen Brooks (Drexel) 

197: Mark Malico (LIU) vs Bryan McLaughlin (Drexel) 

285: Tim Nagosky (LIU) vs Sean O'Malley (Drexel) 

Beat The Streets Match Notes

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Beat the Streets is here! The virtual benefit is finished up and now it's time to watch some wrestling, or if you're only able to or so inclined, read about wrestling while I live blog all six matches from my home in Austin, Texas. Wrestling begins at 7:30 PM ET. Be sure to refresh frequently for second by second match updates. The blog in its entirety will be uploaded post event as "match notes" if you would like a recap or see what you missed.

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Cyclones, Hawkeyes & More With Iowa State Assistant Derek St. John

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A four-time All-American and one of the most decorated wrestlers in Iowa history, Derek St. John has found a home coaching within the Iowa State wrestling program, but his journey isn’t as clear-cut as just traveling west on Interstate 80. 

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FRL 550 - 8-Man Bracket Announcement, Beat The Streets Predictions

550. 8 Man Bracket Announcement

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On episode 550 of FRL, the boys talk about the 8 man bracket announcement, make their Beat The Streets predictions, and talk about the recruiting dead period being extended until January 1, 2021.

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$20k On The Line For FloWrestling's 195-Pound Tournament

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On October 31, FloWrestling will be hosting an eight-man 195-pound tournament with over $41,000 in payouts. The champion will earn $20k, the runner-up will be awarded $10k, third-place will get $5k, fourth-place $4k, and fifth-eighth will all be awarded $1k. 

Super 32 Moving To Myrtle Beach

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Super 32 2020 is headed to the beach. Due to concerns regarding COVID-19 regulations, the tournament announced its decision to move to the Myrtle Beach Convention Center in South Carolina via Twitter Wednesday evening.

Charlotte Fowler Steps Up vs Emily Shilson At Beat The Streets

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Just one day before the annual Beat the Streets matches, Felicity Taylor found out she would not be able to compete. On short notice, Charlotte Fowler, a 2018 U23 World Team member, stepped up to compete against Cadet World champion Emily Shilson.

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Ryan Morningstar Feeling Better After Suffering Stroke

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The Iowa Hawkeye wrestling program announced this morning that assistant coach Ryan Morningstar suffered a medical stroke in August. However, he is already feeling good and back in the wrestling room.

FRL 549 - Could NCAA Eligibility Impact Events In October?

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On episode 549 of FRL, the boys talk about an NCAA eligibility issue that could impact October events, how some organizations in power hold wrestling back, Big Ten football coming back, and questions from friends.

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Loras Coach TJ Miller Is Following In His Father's Legendary Footsteps

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If you’re a college wrestling fan, you’ve heard the name Jim Miller. 

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Beat The Streets: By The Numbers

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Not only is Beat The Streets an unbelievable cause, but year in and year out it has become of the best wrestling events in the country. This year is no different. The 12 athletes competing have combined to win two Olympic medals, 16 medals at World Championships ranging from Cadet to the Senior level, and three NCAA Championships. 

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