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Discussion Topic: Princeton Open
Ben Watson added to this discussion on November 4, 2017

tOSU kicks of their season today. Here are some tOSU matchups I hope to see

Mead vs Lopez (PSU)
Hayes vs Bannister (Maryland)
M. Jordan vs Berge (PSU)
Steiner vs Fagg-Davis (Rider)
Singletary vs the field

Boys, the season is here!



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Discussion Topic: Princeton Open
Jack Muni added to this discussion on November 4, 2017

I got into Trackwrestling when the Open started but can't seem to get into their server now. Anyone else having problems?



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Discussion Topic: Princeton Open
Steve Durose added to this discussion on November 4, 2017

Its down.



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Discussion Topic: Princeton Open
William Danforth added to this discussion on November 4, 2017

Trackwrestling did finally come back to life. It was MIA for a while.



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Discussion Topic: Princeton Open
Hank Kornblut added to this discussion on November 4, 2017

The only results that seem remotely surprising are Pletchers. He's winning but not by a lot. New weight class? Or is just his style to win by a little regardless of opponent?

Micah also had a 13-9 win against Sacred Heart's Paul Klee. Sounds like a masterpiece.



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Discussion Topic: Princeton Open
Roe Fox added to this discussion on November 4, 2017

Looks like Singletary against Kevin Snyder in 285 semis.



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Discussion Topic: Princeton Open
Hank Kornblut added to this discussion on November 4, 2017

Eight Bucks in finals including an all tOSU at 165--Schierl v Campbell.

Brakan Mead and Ethan Smith to wrestle for 3rd.

Pletcher wins semi match 10-4 in OT. I'm going to speculate and say that's he nowhere near 100% at moment. Further speculation--probably getting used to being back down at 133. I am guessing. I don't know.



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Discussion Topic: Princeton Open
Hank Kornblut added to this discussion on November 4, 2017

Buck Wrestlers sweep finals with Campbell defeating Schierl at 165 and Singletary taking the title at 285. Hayes wins over #12 Bannister in finals at 149. Pletch, Micah, Bo and Myles all cruise to titles. Kev Snyder makes semis at 285. Ethan Smith 3rd at 184 with win over #20 ranked wrestler. Brakan Mead has solid showing with 4th at 125. Clay Ragon, Hunter Lucas, Zach Steiner, Gary Traub and Ryan Ferro all had several wins.

Not a brutal field but a good showing by almost any measure.



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Discussion Topic: Princeton Open
Michael Rodriguez added to this discussion on November 4, 2017

Hayes over Bannister is a solid win. What was the score?



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Discussion Topic: Princeton Open
Don Bork added to this discussion on November 4, 2017

Was a one point match. Bucks did well against a mostly nondescript field. Look forward to the ASU match next week. Also how our redshirts doin the next open. Will we see Kaleb?



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Discussion Topic: Princeton Open
Brady Hiatt added to this discussion on November 6, 2017

The 4 pt NF is a game changer. BoJo was in total control 7-4 (giving up only 4 escapes) and gets tilted for 4 - and dang near pinned. Get's off his back with around 1 minute left down 8-7, earns a quick escape and td (plus riding time pt) for an 11-7 win. I haven't watched MJ's 13-9 match but I'd guess it was a similar situation.

Kaleb should be on the mat in competition in a few weeks.



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