Wrestlestat Brackets 165-285

jmadden1998

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165

1st place Wick Dec O’Toole 7-6
3rd place Hamiti Dec Griffith 7-5
5th place Kharchla Dec Amine 5-4
7th place Ogunsanya Dec Marinelli 6-5

Marinelli loses to Ogunsanya in the 2nd round, beats Formato, Olejnik, and Conigliaro, loses to Griffith. 🙄🙄

174

1st place Starocci Dec Lewis 4-3
3rd place Kemerer Dec Hidlay 7-6
5th place Massa Dec Lautt 6-5
7th place O’Malley Dec Mocco 9-7

No real shockers except maybe Labriola losing to O’Malley of Drexel and then losing to Mocco in the blood round

184

1st place Amine Dec 7-6 Brooks
3rd place Keckeisen Dec Hidlay 4-3
5th place Venz Dec Bolen 7-6
7th place Munoz Dec Braunagel 9-5

Assad loses to Bolen, beats Burkhart and then loses to Geer

197

1st place Elam Dec Dean 7-5
3rd place Warner Dec Bulsak 5-4
5th place Sloan Dec Caffey 7-6
7th place Trumble Dec Bastida 6-5

This bracket was wild. Trumble beats Buchanan in the 2nd round. Bulsak beats Schultz and then loses to Warner who makes the semis. Schultz loses to Caffey in the blood round. Brucki loses to Sloan in the quarters and then loses to Bastida next match. Elam wins it all.

285

1st place Steveson Dec Parris 8-7
3rd place Hendrickson Dec Kerkvliet 8-5
5th place Schultz Dec Wood 5-3
7th place Cassioppi Dec Davison 8-7

Hendrickson beats Kerk in the quarters. Wood beats Cassioppi in the quarters. Parris beats Schultz in the quarters. Kerk beats Elam, Davison and Wood to make the 3rd place match. Cass beats Stencel, loses to Schultz and then beats Davison for 7th.
 
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5q

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Thanks for doing these
When are the other weights being done ?
 

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1st place Wick Dec O’Toole 7-6
3rd place Hamiti Dec Griffith 7-5
5th place Kharchla Dec Amine 5-4
7th place Ogunsanya Dec Marinelli 6-5

Marinelli loses to Ogunsanya in the 2nd round, beats Formato, Olejnik, and Conigliaro, loses to Griffith. 🙄🙄

174

1st place Starocci Dec Lewis 4-3
3rd place Kemerer Dec Hidlay 7-6
5th place Massa Dec Lautt 6-5
7th place O’Malley Dec Mocco 9-7

No real shockers except maybe Labriola losing to O’Malley of Drexel and then losing to Mocco in the blood round
Kem won't make it past the second match...

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Kem won't make it past the second match...

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I said I worried about him finishing the tournament but I'm back tracking a bit upon reflecting. I think his injury is different than Mekhi's last year (which was a pec) As long as he can tolerate the pain (which he has shown he 100% can), he can definitely finish. I expect him to bonus his first 2 matches even. He still got the takedown fine against Smith after popping his shoulder back in. He's still basically impossible to take down thanks to his IQ and steel hips and will try to score through merkles and counters and using opponent's aggressiveness against them. Hidlay is going to be tough any way you slice it but he's not super offensive either.

These might be Kemerer's last matches ever ... he's going to finish strong. Only so many words I can say to describe how tough the dude is and how much respect I have for him.
 

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well.......we're waiting
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1. Penn St 125
2. Michigan 113.5
3. Iowa 80
4. Missouri 53.5
5. NC State 51.5
6. Arizona St 46.5
7. Cornell 46
8. Nebraska 42
9. Wisconsin 38.5
10. Virginia Tech 37
11. Oklahoma St 33.5
12. Ohio St 33
13. Cal Poly 32
13. Iowa St 32
15. Pitt 31.5
16. Minnesota 29.5
17. Princeton 28.5
17. Northwestern 28.5
19. Rutgers 22.5
20. Northern Iowa 21
21. North Carolina 19.5
22. Stanford 16.5
22. Air Force 22.5
24. Michigan St 15.5
25. West Virginia 14
26. Edinboro 13.5
27. South Dakota St 13
27. Oregon St 13
29. Lehigh 12
30. Columbia 9.5
31. Northern Colorado 9
32. Purdue 8.5
33. Drexel 8
33. Oklahoma 8
35. Illinois 7.5
36. Penn 6
36. North Dakota St 6
38. Navy 4.5
39. Northern Illinois 3.5
39. Binghamton 3.5
41. Appalachian St 3
41. Duke 3
41. Chattanooga 3
41. Wyoming 3
41. Virginia 3
41. Central Michigan 3
47. Utah Valley 2.5
47. Lock Haven 2.5
47. Campbell 2.5
50. Bucknell 2
50. Harvard 2
50. Ohio 2
50. Maryland 2
54. Indiana 1.5
54. Rider 1.5
56. Army 1
56. Buffalo 1
56. Kent St 1
59. CSU Bakersfield 0.5
59. Cleveland St 0.5
 

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Looks about right, thank you for your dedication to the cause!!!!

What, Rutgers not top 10? :)

Come on Missou!!!

As long as we win it all and do so by more than the Spencer munus Drake point differential, I will be pleased. That should silence some corn feed keyboards.

 

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There were about 15-20 major decisions and only 1 tech fall (Kerk over Metz in the first round). Obviously will be a lot more bonus than that. As I said before, wrestlestat doesn’t produce many bonus outcomes.

Individual points

Penn St
Hildebrandt 13
RBY 18
Lee 21
Bartlett 1
Berge 2
Starocci 22
Brooks 17
Dean 16
Kerk 15

Michigan
Suriano 21
Ragusin 12.5
Micic 13.5
Lewan 5.5
Amine 9
Massa 12
Amine 20
Brucki 2
Parris 18

Iowa
Ayala 0
Desanto 13
Eierman 18
Murin 2
Young 1.5
Marinelli 7.5
Kemerer 15.5
Assad 0.5
Warner 13.5
Cassioppi 8.5
 
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Thanks Madden
So 3 horse race. For psu , Will come down to bonus and consi backside with 125 and 157 (bonus if BB gets 3 wins). And the other 6 making the semis. With 4 making finals , the other 2 getting 3rd
 

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There were about 15-20 major decisions and only 1 tech fall (Kerk over Metz in the first round). Obviously will be a lot more bonus than that. As I said before, wrestlestat doesn’t produce many bonus outcomes.

Individual points

Penn St
Hildebrandt 13
RBY 18
Lee 21
Bartlett 1
Berge 2
Starocci 22
Brooks 17
Dean 16
Kerk 15

Michigan
Suriano 21
Ragusin 12.5
Micic 13.5
Lewan 5.5
Amine 9
Massa 12
Amine 20
Brucki 2
Parris 18

Iowa
Ayala 0
Desanto 13
Eierman 18
Murin 2
Young 1.5
Marinelli 7.5
Kemerer 15.5
Assad 0.5
Warner 13.5
Cassioppi 8.5
As much as I’d like this. No way Iowa only gets 4 pts combined from Ayala, Murin, Young and Assad.
 
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As much as I’d like this. No way Iowa only gets 4 pts combined from Ayala, Murin, Young and Assad.
Yep, I'm with you. I try to be pretty unbiased but there's zero chance of that happening. I do think there's a chance that Assad might lay an egg based on his up and down season, but not the other three. Also, I just don't see Alex Marinelli laying an egg in the second round. Despite his NCAA championship troubles in the past, I think it will take Wick or O'Toole to beat him this time around, if he loses at all.
 

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The biggest error in this whole thing is Gable only beating Cass 8-7 haha
Actually, it's Gable beating Parris 8-7. But like you, I don't see that happening. I think Gable can easily get a MD on anyone in the field if he chooses to do so. But like a bored cat, sometimes he just plays with his food.