Walsh Jesuit Ironman College Fan Guide

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Year in and year out the Walsh Jesuit Ironman is the toughest in-season high school tournament in the country and this year is no different. It provides wrestlers a chance at matches they often times wouldn't get during their normal high school season and to show where the stand among the nation's elite. It also provides college wrestling fans a chance to see the future of their programs.

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To help those college wrestling fans have a better understanding of who they should be following this weekend, we broke down where the top 16 seeded wrestlers at each weight are currently committed to. 


Air Force 

John Martin Best (Parkersburg, WV)  - #4 seed at 160


American

Isaac Righter (Mount St. Joseph, MD) - #1 seed at 285


Army West Point

Kade Carlson (Corner Canyon, UT) - #4 seed at 285


Campbell 

Chris Rivera (Lake Highland Prep, FL) - #2 seed at 132

Justin Rivera (Lake Highland Prep, FL) - #2 seed at 138


Cleveland State

Jax Leonard (Louisville, OH) - #6 seed at 170

Breslin Walker (Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy, OH) - #14 seed at 285


Clarion

Matt Lackman (Bethlehem Catholic, PA) - #5 seed at 145


Columbia

Connor Kievman (Wyoming Seminary, PA) - #6 seed at 152


Cornell

Vince Cornella (Monarch, CO) - #7 seed at 126

Wyatt Yapoujian (Pomona, CO) - #14 seed at 132

Cole Handlovic (Bethlehem Catholic, PA) - #7 seed at 152

Ethan Hatcher (Brecksville, OH) - #2 seed at 220


Davidson

Kyle Costello (Wyoming Seminary, PA) - #11 seed at 195


Duke

Logan Agin (Lancaster, OH) - #10 seed at 126

Jake Wimmer (McDonogh, MD) - #4 seed at 195

Max Fausnaugh (Bowling Green, OH) - #7 seed at 220


George Mason

Dustin Morgillo (Genoa, OH) - #8 seed at 145


Harvard

Dom Mata (Blair Academy, NJ) - #2 seed at 170


Iowa

Wyatt Henson (Waynesburg Central, PA) - #5 seed at 138


Kent State

Anthony D’Alesio (Canfield, OH) - #1 seed at 182


Lehigh

Chris Barnabae (Mount St. Joseph, MD) - #6 seed at 126

Manzona Bryant  (Western Reserve, OH) - #3 seed at 145

JT Davis (Smyrna, DE) - #6 seed at 182

Thayne Lawrence (Frazier, PA) - #2 seed at 160

Drew Munch (Wyoming Seminary, PA) - #3 seed at 132


Lock Haven

Tyler Stoltzfus (St. Joseph’s Academy, PA) - #3 seed at 170


Maryland

Jackson Cockrell (Broken Arrow, OK) - #9 seed at 126

Garrett Kappes (McDonogh, MD) - #2 seed at 285


Michigan

Dylan Ragusin (Montini Catholic, IL) - #4 seed at 126

Fidel Mayora (Montini Catholic, IL) - #4 seed at 145


Missouri

Ethen Miller (Park Hill, MO) - #4 seed at 132

Ethan Turner  (Troy Christian, OH) - #6 at 132 


Navy

Andrew Cerniglia (Notre Dame, PA) - #3 seed at 160

Grady Griess (Northwest, NE) - #6 seed at 220

Connor Kievman (Wyoming Seminary, PA) - #6 seed at 152


North Carolina

Lachlan McNeil (Wyoming Seminary, PA) - #2 seed at 145


North Carolina State

Derek Fields (Brunswick, OH) - #10 seed at 152

AJ Kovacs (Iona Prep, NY) - #5 seed at 152


Northern Iowa

Nevan Snodgrass (Kettering Fairmont, OH) - #1 seed at 170


Northwestern

Frankie Tal-Shahar (American Heritage, FL) - #6 seed at 138


Ohio

David Cumberledge (Aurora, OH) - #16 seed at 152

Jordan Greer (Avon, OH) - #7 seed at 195


Ohio State

Paddy Gallagher (St. Edward, OH) - #1 seed at 160

Bryce Hepner (St. Edward, OH) - #8 seed at 152

Seth Shumate (Dublin Coffman, OH) - #3 seed at 195


Oklahoma 

Alejandro Herrera-Rondon (Seneca Valley, PA) - #1 seed at 132


Oklahoma State

Travis Mastrogiovnni (Blair Academy, NJ) - #1 seed at 152

Trevor Mastrogiovnni (Blair Academy, NJ) - #1 seed at 126


Old Dominion

Antoine Allen (Cincinnati La Salle, OH) - #8 seed at 126

BJ Bailey (Thornton Fractional North, IL) - #3 seed at 152

Ashton Habeil (Lake Gibson, FL) - #3 seed at 182


Penn

Jackson Dean (Caesar Rodney, DE) - #7 seed at 145

Rich Delsanter (St. Edward, OH) - #13 seed at 120

Ryan Miller (Blair Academy, NJ) - #3 seed at 120


Penn State

Beau Bartlett (Wyoming Seminary, PA) - #1 seed at 138


Pitt

Mick Burnett (Elyria, OH) - #3 seed at 138


Princeton

Peyton Craft (Blair Academy, NJ) - #1 seed at 195


Purdue

Dustin Norris (Cincinnati La Salle, OH) - #6 seed at 120


Rider

Cole McComas (Beaver Local, OH) - #15 seed at 138


Rutgers

Kyonte Hamilton (Georgetown Prep, MD) - #5 seed at 220

Dylan Shawver (Elyria, OH) - #5 seed at 126


Stanford

Kyle Rowan (Perry, OH) - #2 seed at 120


Virginia Tech

Sam Fisher (Fauquier, VA) - #2 seed at 195


West Virginia

Caleb Dowling (St. Joseph’s Academy) - #12 seed at 152

Colton Drousias (Mt. Carmel, IL) - #8 seed at 120

Peyton Hall (Oak Glen, WV) - #2 seed at 152

Brayden Roberts (Parkersburg South, WV) - #4 seed at 152


Wisconsin

Braxton Amos (Parkersburg South, WV) - #1 seed at 220


Wyoming

Brett McIntosh (Harrison, OH) - #7 seed at 160


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