2021 Wyoming Tri-Meet

First #1 Of The Year Goes Down Plus 32 Upsets In Week 6

First #1 Of The Year Goes Down Plus 32 Upsets In Week 6

Week 6 of NCAA wrestling was wild once again with 32 upsets, nine over top 10 wrestlers, and our first upset over a #1.

Feb 8, 2021 by David Bray
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In Week 6, we had our first upset over a #1 ranked wrestler on the season as well as 9 upsets over top 10 ranked wrestlers and 32 upsets over all. Check out all the upsets we could find this week, and if you saw an upset we missed, email david.bray@flosports.tv or send a dm to @_davidbray on Twitter.

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In Week 6, we had our first upset over a #1 ranked wrestler on the season as well as 9 upsets over top 10 ranked wrestlers and 32 upsets over all. Check out all the upsets we could find this week, and if you saw an upset we missed, email david.bray@flosports.tv or send a dm to @_davidbray on Twitter.

125

One upset here, but it was a doozy. Latona over Camacho gave Virginia Tech the ACC dual meet crown.

#10 Sam Latona, Virginia Tech D;7-4 #2 Jakob Camacho, NC State

133

#8 Mosha Schwarts took losses to Haiden Drury and #17 Jared Van Vleet this weekend. Those were the other top 10 upsets, but 133 had 7 upsets over all including two for West Virginia's Ryan Sullivan and Utah Valley's Ty Smith.

Haiden Drury, Fresno State D;11-7 #8 Mosha Schwartz, Northern Colorado

#17 Jared Van Vleet, Air Force D;11-9 #8 Mosha Schwartz, Northern Colorado

Ryan Sullivan, West Virginia D;4-1 #16 Job Greenwood, Wyoming

Ryan Sullivan, West Virginia D;8-3 #17 Jared Van Vleet, Air Force

Ty Smith, Utah Valley D;4-1 #19 Devan Turner, Oregon State

Lucas Byrd, Illinois M;11-3 #23 Boo Dryden, Minnesota

Ty Smith, Utah Valley D;5-1 #25 Jason Miranda, Stanford

141

The only top 10 upset here came over Brandon Paetzell who's ranking is down at 125. We'll see where the Mountain Hawk lands for the rest of the season.

#11 Zachary Sherman, North Carolina D;1-0 #9 Brandon Paetzell, Lehigh

Dylan D'Emilio, Ohio State M;12-4 #21 Parker Filius, Purdue

Darren Green, Wyoming D;7-3 #25 Peter LiPari, Arizona State

149

The two upsets at 149 lbs came from unranked Cameron Hunsaker and Luke Gardner who are making their cases for top 25 rankings.

Cameron Hunsaker, Utah Valley F;2:16 #12 Jaden Abas, Stanford

Luke Gardner, Penn State D;7-5 #21 Drew Scharenbrock, Wisconsin

157

Justin Thomas continued his solid season by upending #8 Wyatt Sheets, and Hunter Willits knocked off Requir Van der Merwe.

#12 Justin Thomas, Oklahoma D;4-3 #8 Wyatt Sheets, Oklahoma State

#18 Hunter Willits, Oregon State D;6-2 #11 Requir Van der Merwe, Stanford

165

Unranked Nick South over #17 Jake Tucker was the lone upset at 165 lbs.

Nick South, Indiana D;5-0 #17 Jake Tucker, Michigan State

174

The three upsets at 174 were outside the top 10 but will impact the rankings moving forward.

Mason Kauffman, Northern Illinois D;4-3 #16 Lance Runyon, Northern Iowa

Cade King, South Dakota State D;6-3 #17 Julien Broderson, Iowa State

Cody Surratt, Air Force D;4-2 #23 Jackson Hemauer, Northern Colorado

184

The Big Ten continues to get shuffled at 184. #13 Owen Webster and #15 Max Lyon had top 10 upsets, but both also took losses on the weekend. This weight had five upsets over all.

#13 Owen Webster, Minnesota D;3-2 #9 Zach Braunagel, Illinois

#15 Max Lyon, Purdue D;6-1 #10 Nelson Brands, Iowa

#16 Rocky Jordan, Ohio State D;7-2 #15 Max Lyon, Purdue

Devin Kane, North Carolina D;6-3 #21 Gregg Harvey, Pittsburgh

Caleb Hopkins, Campbell D;5-2 #24 Matthew Waddell, Chattanooga

197

Stephen Buchanan got the biggest upset of the weekend when he took out #1 Noah Adams of West Virginia. That headlined six upsets at 197.

#14 Stephen Buchanan, Wyoming D;8-7 #1 Noah Adams, West Virginia

AJ Ferrari, Oklahoma State D;3-2 #13 Jake Woodley, Oklahoma

Kayne Hutchison, Air Force F;1:51 #15 Jacob Seely, Northern Colorado

#19 Jake Jakobsen, Lehigh D;7-1 #16 JT Brown, Army West Point

Max Shaw, North Carolina D;5-3 #19 Jake Jakobsen, Lehigh

Benjamin Smith, Cleveland State D;6-4 #22 Landon Pelham, Central Michigan

285

Rider's Ethan Laird had a massive win over #5 Jordan Wood to give the Broncos the dual meet victory over Lehigh. Sam Schuyler also knocked off Jon Spaulding.

#23 Ethan Laird, Rider D;8-5 #5 Jordan Wood, Lehigh

Sam Schuyler, Buffalo D;3-1 #24 Jon Spaulding, Edinboro