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Discussion Topic: Partial Field for OSU wrestlers at U23 World Team Trials
Hank Kornblut added to this discussion on October 9, 2017

Buckeye lineup while McKenna is competing out of country (my guess):

125: Mead
133: Nate
141: Pletch
149: Hayes



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Discussion Topic: Partial Field for OSU wrestlers at U23 World Team Trials
Ethan Moore added to this discussion on October 9, 2017

Am I the only one shocked that Fix beat Tomasello?

57KG US athletes should pay attention, he's ready to own that weight for a while.



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Discussion Topic: Partial Field for OSU wrestlers at U23 World Team Trials
Michael Rodriguez added to this discussion on October 9, 2017

Quote from Ethan Moore's post:

"Am I the only one shocked that Fix beat Tomasello?

57KG US athletes should pay attention, he's ready to own that weight for a while."



I thought Tomasello was a clear underdog in that match-up. Fix is an international player at the early stage of his career. He didn't just perform well at Junior Worlds, he dominated. This is a kid that beat Spencer Lee. This is your likely 2020 Olympic representative at the introductory weight.

In folkstyle, I see Fix and Tomasello as a "pick'em" match, but in freestyle Fix is better. If Fix wasn't red-shirting, I think Tomasello's best chance for an NCAA title would be at 133...but all reports have him red-shirting for the Cowboys. So we, as fans of the sport, get to watch he and Lee go at it for four years.



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Discussion Topic: Partial Field for OSU wrestlers at U23 World Team Trials
Chris Shepherd added to this discussion on October 9, 2017

Quote from Michael Rodriguez's post:

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Quote from Ethan Moore's post:

"Am I the only one shocked that Fix beat Tomasello?

57KG US athletes should pay attention, he's ready to own that weight for a while."



I thought Tomasello was a clear underdog in that match-up. Fix is an international player at the early stage of his career. He didn't just perform well at Junior Worlds, he dominated. This is a kid that beat Spencer Lee. This is your likely 2020 Olympic representative at the introductory weight.

In folkstyle, I see Fix and Tomasello as a "pick'em" match, but in freestyle Fix is better. If Fix wasn't red-shirting, I think Tomasello's best chance for an NCAA title would be at 133...but all reports have him red-shirting for the Cowboys. So we, as fans of the sport, get to watch he and Lee go at it for four years."



Very well said. As per usual, I saw that one the same as you did. And honestly, I see Fix as still having some potential upside to his development in the room with John Smith and up against a tougher schedule for Okie State.



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