Top Redshirts To Watch At The UNI Open

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The UNI Open is a great chance to get a look at some of the top young college guys in the midwest. While most of the D1 teams attending don’t always bring their starters, last year names like Alex Mackall, Josh Alber, Vince Turk, Brock Mauller, Max Thomsen, and Marcus Coleman all competed. We even got to see this super cool matchup in the finals!


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But redshirt competition is where the UNI Open really shines. Here are some top redshirts to look out for this weekend inside the UNI Dome.

125 Pounds

Kyle Golhoffer (Northern Iowa)


133 Pounds

Lucas Byrd (Illinois)

Daniel Kimball (South Dakota State)


141 Pounds

Asa Garcia (Indiana)


149 Pounds

Luke Baughman (Indiana)


157 Pounds

Baylor Fernandes (Minnesota)


165 Pounds

Jake Stiles (Oklahoma)

Lance Runyon (Northern Iowa)


174 Pounds

Donnell Washington (Indiana)

DJ Shannon (Illinois)


184 Pounds

Abe Assad (Iowa)

Parker Keckeisen (Northern Iowa)

Julian Broderson (Iowa State)


197 Pounds

Zach Glazier (Iowa)


285 Pounds

Zach Elam (Missouri)


In addition to a lot of D1 talent, some traditional powerhouses such as St. Cloud State (D2), Warburg (D3), (Grandview (NAIA), and Iowa Central (JUCO) will all be in Cedar Falls.\

As of right now, here are the teams expected to bring at least a couple athletes, if not full rosters.

  • Grand View

  • Illinois

  • Indiana

  • Iowa Central

  • Iowa State

  • Iowa

  • Luther College

  • Minnesota

  • Missouri

  • North Dakota State

  • Northern Iowa

  • Oklahoma

  • SIU Edwardsville

  • South Dakota State

  • St. Cloud State

  • Tennessee Chattanooga

  • Air Force Academy Prep

  • Wartburg

  • Wisconsin

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