2021 South Dakota State Wrestling Tri-Meet

All The Upsets From NCAA Week 2

All The Upsets From NCAA Week 2

Week 2 brought more chaos. We gathered every upset we could find and broke down how they shift this year's NCAA landscape.

Jan 11, 2021 by David Bray
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The rankings will get shuffled a bit more this week as we had more than double the upsets we saw in week 1. Check out all the upsets we could find in weight class order. If you saw an upset I missed, let me know with an email to david.bray@flosports.tv or a dm to @_davidbray on Twitter.

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The rankings will get shuffled a bit more this week as we had more than double the upsets we saw in week 1. Check out all the upsets we could find in weight class order. If you saw an upset I missed, let me know with an email to david.bray@flosports.tv or a dm to @_davidbray on Twitter.

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Four upsets here including two by true freshmen Trevor Mastrogiovanni of Oklahoma State and Dylan Ragusin of Michigan. We'll see how high they climb this season.

Jake Ferri, Kent State D;4-3 #12 Killian Cardinale, West Virginia

#22 Justin Cardani, Illinois D;3-1 #13 Brock Hudkins, Indiana

Trevor Mastrogiovanni, Oklahoma State D;8-2 #18 Fabian Gutierrez, Chattanooga

Dylan Ragusin, Michigan F;:59 #19 Nic Aguilar, Rutgers

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Michael McGee stays undefeated for ASU with a nice win over Madrigal. Biscoglia and Shaner both have NCAA qualifiers on their rosters at 133, but each took advantage of his starting opportunity with nice upsets over Price and Witcraft respectively.

#12 Michael McGee, Arizona State M;13-3 #10 Anthony Madrigal, Oklahoma

Kyle Biscoglia, Northern Iowa F;6:22 #13 Zach Price, South Dakota State

Jason Shaner, Oregon State D;6-4 #16 Reece Witcraft, Oklahoma State

Job Greenwood, Wyoming F;:52 #19 Andrew Marten, Central Michigan

Patrick Gould, Kent State Default #21 Mario Guillen, Ohio

Alex Urquiza, NC State D;5-4 #25 Sean Carter, Appalachian State

Ryan Jack, NC State D;9-2 #25 Sean Carter, Appalachian State

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Allan Hart looks like he's getting closer and closer to securing his starting role for Mizzou. This top 10 win certainly helps.

#14 Allan Hart, Missouri D;4-2 #9 Dresden Simon, Central Michigan

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Brock Hardy put a stamp on 149 with a win over Blockhus after getting the starting nod over Kevon Davenport. Jonathan Millner wrestled four different NC State 149-pounders, and while he beat Ed Scott, the freshman starter, in the dual, he was pinned by Hunter Lewis in extra matches.

Brock Hardy, Nebraska D;9-2 #18 Michael Blockhus, Minnesota

Hunter Lewis, NC State F;1:29 #21 Jonathan Millner, Appalachian State

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Justin Thomas had a solid performance to take out Jacori Teemer. Kevon Davenport was ranked at 149 but bumped up with Hardy in the lineup. Davenport struggled in his match with Carlson. He'll be interesting to follow this year.

#16 Justin Thomas, Oklahoma D;6-2 #10 Jacori Teemer, Arizona State

Cael Carlson, Minnesota T;17-2 #20 Kevon Davenport, Nebraska

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We saw two top ten upsets at 165 as Formato upended #7 Bullard and Andrew Sparks, the guy who upset Cael Valencia in the California state finals last year, took out #10 Peyton Robb.

#25 William Formato, Appalachian State D;4-0 #7 Thomas Bullard, NC State

Andrew Sparks, Minnesota D;7-6 #10 Peyton Robb, Nebraska

Peyton Hall, West Virginia M;9-0 #22 Colt Yinger, Ohio

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ASU freshman Trey Munoz made his varsity debut in impressive fashion with a win over #6 Anthony Mantanona. Thomas Flitz of App State had a top ten upset of his own over NC State's Daniel Bullard although he fell to Bullard's teammate Faison.

Trey Munoz, Arizona State D;8-3 #6 Anthony Mantanona, Oklahoma

#21 Thomas Flitz, Appalachian State D;6-4 #10 Daniel Bullard, NC State

Alex Faison, NC State D;10-4 #21 Thomas Flitz, Appalachian State

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Haas took out Webster to help Nebraska beat Minnesota, and Tate Samuelson took a couple of losses after his upset over Clothier last week.

Nathan Haas, Nebraska D;5-2 #15 Owen Webster, Minnesota

#23 Jeremiah Kent, Missouri D;6-4 #19 Tate Samuelson, Wyoming

Colton Hawks, Missouri D;4-3 #19 Tate Samuelson, Wyoming

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Rocky Elam was in the Mizzou lineup for the first time. He got an injury default win over Stephen Buchanan, so that won't impact the rankings. Still, his presence on the mat confirms that he's starting as many believed he would.

Rocky Elam, Missouri Default #18 Stephen Buchanan, Wyoming

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Big win for Trussell over Northern Colorado's #11 Dalton Robertson, and SIUE's McKiernan took out Northern Illinois' Max Ihry.

Chase Trussell, Utah Valley D;3-0 #11 Dalton Robertson, Northern Colorado

#25 Colton McKiernan, SIU Edwardsville D;2-1 #24 Max Ihry, Northern Illinois

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