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Garrett, Perrelli, Burak in Ukraine March 2-4

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Garrett, Perrelli, Burak in Ukraine March 2-4

Postby JM » Tue Feb 28, 2017 12:11 am

Team of top U.S. women and men freestylers set for the XXI Ukrainian Memorial, March 3-4


By Kala Ibarra, USA Wrestling | Feb. 24, 2017, 12:13 p.m. (ET)


The United States will be sending a team of women and men freestylers to the XXI Outstanding Ukrainian Wrestlers and Coaches Memorial in Kieve, Ukraine, March 3-4.

The delegation consists of 10 women and 13 men, among them are 10 National Team members.

Leading the women’s team at 58 kg will be Olympic Champion Helen Maroulis (Sunkist Kids). This is Maroulis’ first time competing since the Olympics.

Wrestling at 60 kg/132 lbs. is 2016 World Champion silver medalist Alli Ragan (Colorado Springs, Colo./Sunkist Kids). Ragan is a three-time World Team member.

Competing at 55 kg/121 lbs. is 2012 Olympian and 2016 Olympic Trials champion Kelsey Campbell (Tempe, Ariz./Sunkist Kids). Campbell is a seven-time National Team member.

2016 Olympian Haley Augello (Lockport, Ill./NYAC) will be wrestling at 53 kg/116.5 lbs. Augello is a two-time National Team member and 2011 Cadet World champion.

Five-time National Team member and 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials runner-up Victoria Anthony (Tempe, Ariz./Sunkist Kids) will be competing at 48 kg/105.5 lbs. Anthony is also the 2017 U.S. Open Champion.

Competing at 69 kg/152 lbs. is 2017 U.S. Open Champion and eight-time National Team member Erin Clodgo (Colorado Springs, Colo./Sunkist Kids).

Leading the men’s team at 70 kg/154 lbs. will be 2015 World Bronze medalist and 2016 World Team member James Green (Lincoln, Neb./Titan Mercury WC).

Two-time Pan American champion Dustin Kilgore (Colorado Springs, Colo./Sunkist Kids) will be competing at 97 kg/213 lbs. Kilgore is a four-time National Team member, and an NCAA champion for Kent State.

Wrestling at 74 kg/163 lbs. is National Team member Alex Dieringer (Stillwater, Okla/Titan Mercury WC), who was a three-time NCAA champion for Oklahoma State.

Other past NCAA champions on the tour include, Nahshon Garrett (Cornell) and two-time NCAA champion Tony Nelson (Minnesota).

The tournament will have a Greco-Roman division but the U.S. will not be entering a delegation.



XXI OUTSTANDING UKRAINIAN WRESTLERS AND COACHES MEMORIAL 2017

at Kieve, Ukraine, March 3-4



Women’s Freestyle Roster

48 kg/105.5 lbs.- Victoria Anthony, Tempe, Ariz. (Sunkist Kids)

53 kg/116.5 lbs.- Haley Augello, Lockport, Ill. (New York AC)

53 kg/116.5 lbs.- Michaela Beck, New York, N.Y

55 kg/121 lbs.- Sarah Hildebrandt, Colorado Springs, Colo. (New York AC/OTC)

55 kg/121 lbs.- Kelsey Campbell, Tempe, Ariz. (Sunkist Kids)

58 kg/128 lbs.- Helen Maroulis, Huntington Beach, Calif. (Sunkist Kids)

60 kg/132 lbs.- Alli Ragan, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Sunkist Kids)

60 kg/132 lbs.- Amanda Hendey, San Gabriel, Calif. (Titan Mercury WC)

69 kg/152 lbs.- Erin Clodgo, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Sunkist Kids)

National women’s freestyle head coach- Terry Steiner, Colorado Springs, Colo.

Coach: Valetin Kalika, Aliso Viejo, Calif.

Coach: Erin Tomeo Vandiver, Colorado Springs, Colo.



Men’s Freestyle Roster

57 kg/125.5 lbs.- Nahshon Garrett, Tempe, Ariz. (Sunkist Kids)

57 kg/125.5 lbs.- Frank Perrelli, Charlottesville, Va.

61 kg/134 lbs.- Jayson Ness, Minneapolis, Minn. (Minnesota Storm)

65 kg/143 lbs.- Evan Henderson, Chapel Hill, N.C. (North Carolina RTC)

70 kg/154 lbs.- James Green, Lincoln, Neb. (Titan Mercury WC)

70 kg/154 lbs.- Jason Chamberlain, Fresno, Calif. (Titan Mercury WC)

74 kg/163 lbs.- Alex Dieringer, Stillwater, Okla. (Titan Mercury WC)

86 kg/189 lbs.- Austin Trotman, Lincoln, Neb. (Titan Mercury WC0

97 kg/213 lbs.- Micah Burak, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Titan Mercury WC)

97 kg/213 lbs.- Nathan Burak, Iowa City, Iowa (Hawkey WC)

97 kg/213 lbs.- Dustin Kilgore, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Sunkist Kids)

97 kg/213 lbs.- Kallen Kleinschmidt, Colorado Springs, Colo. (New York AC)

120 kg/275 lbs.- Tony Nelson, Minneapolis, Minn. (Minnesota Storm)

National men’s freestyle head coach- Bill Zadick, Colorado Springs, Colo.

Coach: Brent Metcalf, Iowa City, Iowa

Coach: Mitch Hull, Sun Prairie, Wisc.



Team leader- Paul Kieblesz, Middle Village, N.Y.

Referee- Garrett Pikul, Louisville, Ky.

Medical- Lee Ann Hewitt, Centennial, Colo.

Referee- Terry Grindstaff, LaVista, Neb.

XXI Outstanding Ukrainian Wrestlers & Coaches Memorial 2017 Schedule

Friday, March 2

Men’s freestyle (57 kg, 65 kg, 74 kg, 97 kg), women’s freestyle (48 kg, 55 kg, 60 kg, 69 kg), Greco-Roman (59 kg,71 kg, 80 kg, 98 kg)

Saturday, March 3
Men’s freestyle (61 kg, 70 kg, 86 kg, 125 kg), women’s freestyle (53 kg, 58 kg, 63 kg, 75 kg), Greco-Roman (66 kg, 75 kg, 85 kg, 130 kg)
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Re: Garrett, Perrelli, Burak in Ukraine March 2-4

Postby JM » Tue Mar 07, 2017 3:45 pm

Note that Helen Maroulis was pinned in her second bout - BUT, she was wrestling 'up' three weight classes from her Olympic weight class.

Anthony gets gold, Ragan and Perrelli add silver, Maroulis and Dieringer take bronze at Outstanding Ukrainian Memorial
BY GARY ABBOTT, USA WRESTLING | MARCH 03, 2017, 4:25 P.M. (ET)

KIEV, Ukraine – Victoria Anthony (Tempe, Ariz./Sunkist Kids) won a gold medal as five U.S. wrestlers captured medals on the first day of the Outstanding Ukrainian Wrestlers and Coaches Memorial. The United States had seven men and four women competing on Friday.

In the championship finals at 48 kg/105.5 lbs., Anthony defeated 2015 Junior World champion Turkan Nasirova of Azerbaijan in a 10-0 technical fall. Anthony, a two-time Junior World Champion, was also fifth at the 2013 Senior World Championships.

Anthony opened with an 8-0 decision over Katharina Baumgartner of Germany, 8-0, then stopped Ilona Semkiv of Ukraine, 6-3 in the semifinals.

“I definitely had a slow start for the day. I didn’t feel like I had my offense going in the first couple of matches. I felt really good in the finals. It was good to start feeling like myself, wrestling like myself, and getting to my scores,” said Anthony.

2016 World silver medalist Alli Ragan claimed a silver medal at 60 kg/132 lbs., falling to 2016 European U23 champion Tetyana Omelchenko of Azerbaijan in the finals, 5-2.

Ragan opened with a 10-8 win over 2016 Junior World silver medalist Anhelina Lysak of Ukraine 10-8. In the semifinals, she stopped 2016 University World silver medalist Gabriella Sleisz of Hungary, 4-1.

Winning a silver medal at 57 kg/125.5 lbs was Frank Perrelli (Charlottesville, Va./Titan Mercury WC), who was defeated in the finals by 2016 European silver medalist Andre Yatsenko of Ukraine, 3-2.

Perrelli won his first three matches to reach the finals. He beat a pair of wrestlers from Belarus right off the bat, stopping Andrei Bekreneu, 6-4 and Dzimchyk Rynchynau, 5-5. In the semifinals, he dominated 2009 Junior World bronze medalist Mikhail Ivanov of Russia with a 10-0 technical fall

2016 Olympic champion Helen Maroulis (Rockville, Md./Sunkist Kids) won a bronze medal in her first competition since claiming the gold medal at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She was competing at 60 kg/132 lbs., which is up three weight classes from where she won the Olympics at 53 kg/116.5 lbs.

Maroulis won her first match over Mariia Ilchyshyn of Ukraine, 4-2. In her second match, Maroulis was defeated by Omelchenko by pin. It snapped her 64-match winning streak, the longest among U.S. wrestlers. The last time that Maroulis lost was at the 2014 World Championships in Uzbekistan in September 2014, where she fell to Japan’s Chiho Hamada, 6-2.

In her bronze medal match, Maroulis scored a 10-0 technical fall over Iryna Koliadenko of Ukraine.

Three-time NCAA champion and Freestyle National Team member Alex Dieringer won a bronze medal for the USA in men’s freestyle at 74 kg/163 lbs.

Dieringer opened with a pair of wins, stopping Rustam Rasuiev of Ukraine and Svetoslav Dimitrov of Bulgaria. In the semifinals, Dieringer lost 7-5 to Reza Afzalipaemami of Iran, a 2012 and 2016 University World champion and 2014 Asian Senior champion. Afzalipaemami went on to win the gold. Dieringer rebounded by pinning Oleksiy Scherbak of Ukraine in the bronze-medal bout.

Two Americans placed fifth after losing bronze-medal bouts, Sarah Hildebrandt (Colorado Springs, Colo./New York AC/OTC) at 55 kg/121 lbs. in women’s freestyle and Nathan Burak (Iowa City, Iowa/Hawkeye WC) at 97 kg/213 lbs. in men’s freestyle.

"Our team performance on day one was encouraging. Specifically, in the three athletes that wrestled for medals we saw them executing skills and winning position battles. Frank Perrelli showed his offensive prowess putting up a lot of points, staying in the fight and opening up leads in hard fought matches on his way to a silver medal. Alex Dieringer continues to prove his ability winning a bronze. We have four great athletes stepping on the mat tomorrow with Green, Chamberlain, Trotman and Nelson. I'm excited to watch their performances and I think it will be a fun day," said National Freestyle Coach Bill Zadick.

Green and Nelson, win golds, Augello adds bronze at Outstanding Ukrainian Memorial
BY GARY ABBOTT, USA WRESTLING | MARCH 04, 2017, 3:02 P.M. (ET)

KIEV, Ukraine – The United States finished the final day of the Outstanding Ukrainian Wrestlers and Coaches Memorial with three more medals, including two golds and a bronze medal on Sunday.

Winning men’s freestyle gold medals were 2015 World bronze medalist James Green, Lincoln, Neb. (Titan Mercury WC) at 70 kg/154 lbs. and two-time NCAA champion Tony Nelson (Minneapolis, Minn./Minnesota Storm) at 120 kg/275 lbs.

Green won all three of his matches, including a 10-0 technical fall over 2016 World University bronze medalist Hamed Rashidi of Iran in the finals. His other wins were a quarterfinal 7-6 decision over Surho Rashytkhanau of Belarus and a 5-3 semifinal win over Azamat Nurykau of Belarus.

Green, a four-time All-American at Nebraska, also was a member of the 2016 U.S. World Team.

Nelson won all three of his matches, including a pin of veteran Daniel Ligeti of Hungary in the finals. Ligeti was a 2016 Olympian and fifth at the 2010 World Championships.

Nelson, who starred at the University of Minnesota, opened with a 13-1 technical fall over Tarik Azzouzi of Belgium, then stopped Oleksandr Koldovskyi of Ukraine, 4-1 in the semifinals.
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Claiming a bronze medal for Team USA were 2016 Olympian Haley Augello (Lockport, Ill./New York AC) at 53 kg/116.5 lbs.

Augello opened with a 10-6 win over Larysa Skobliuk of Ukraine. She was defeated in her second bout by 2012 World University champion Iryna Husyak of Ukraine, 1-0. She powered back in the bronze-medal match with a 10-0 technical fall over 2013 Cadet World bronze medalist Kateryna Mashkevvych of Ukraine.

Placing fifth at 70 kg/154 lbs. was Jason Chamberlain (Fresno, Calif./Titan Mercury WC), who finished with a 2-2 record. In the bronze-medal bout, he lost to 2016 European bronze medalist Semen Radulov of Ukraine, 8-3.

The United States finished with eight medals, from a team including both men’s and women’s freestyle wrestlers. On Friday, the USA was led by gold medalist Victoria Anthony (Tempe, Ariz./Sunkist Kids) at 48 kg/105.5 lbs., silver medalists Alli Ragan (Colorado Springs, Colo./New York AC) at 60 kg/132 lbs. and Frank Perrelli (Charlottesville, Va./Titan Mercury WC) at 57kg/125.5 lbs. plus bronze medalists Helen Maroulis (Rockville, Md./Sunkist Kids) at 60 kg/132 lbs. and Alex Dieringer (Stillwater, Okla./Titan Mercury WC) at 74 kg/163 lbs.
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