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Lehigh recruit Wood aims for Junior World Championship

Postby JM » Mon Aug 29, 2016 9:51 pm

U.S. Junior athletes set for UWW Junior World Championships, Aug. 30-Sept. 4

By Taylor Miller, USA Wrestling | Aug. 25, 2016, 11:34 a.m. (ET)

The United States will send three gifted teams to compete against the best 17-20-year-old wrestlers in the world in all three Olympic styles at the UWW Junior World Championships in Macon, France, on Aug. 30-Sept. 4. The event will begin with Greco-Roman competition on Aug. 30-31, followed by women’s freestyle on Sept. 1-2 and closing with men’s freestyle on Sept. 3-4.

Two Junior World medalists return to the event, including men’s freestyle champion Spencer Lee (Murraysville, Pa./Young Guns) at 50 kg/110 lbs. and women’s freestyle bronze medalist Becka Leathers of (Choctaw, Okla./ Gator OKCU RTC) at 55 kg/121 lbs.

Lee, who was also a Cadet World champion in 2014, seeks his third-straight World title and looks to become only the third American wrestler to win two Junior World championships, following Ali Bernard in 2003 and 2005 and Victoria Anthony in 2009 and 2010. If achieved, he would be the first U.S. men’s freestyle wrestler to accomplish the feat.

Each team returns wrestlers from the 2015 UWW Junior World Championships.

The Greco-Roman squad, which finished 14th at last year’s World Championships, sends Dalton Roberts (Fowlerville, Mich./NMU-OTS), who finished eighth last year at 55 kg and 2016 U.S. Senior Greco-Roman national team member G’Angelo Hancock, who placed 12th at 96 kg/211.5 lbs.

Other notable wrestlers for the Greco team are Austria Junior Greco-Roman silver medalist Randon Miranda (Palmdale, Calif./NMU-OTS) at 50 kg/110 lbs. and 2015 Cadet World fifth-place finisher Taylor LaMont (Mapleton, Utah/Champions WC) at 60 kg/132 lbs.

Several Greco-World team members are active on the college scene with Miranda, Roberts and Jamal DeArmond attending the Northern Michigan USOTS, and Taylor LaMont and Nick Reenan starting their first years at Utah Valley and North Carolina State this fall.

The women’s team looks to build off a sixth-place finish from 2015 with a loaded roster.

In addition to Leathers, three other women will return to the UWW Junior World Championships, including Rachel Watters (Ankeny, Iowa/Gator OKCU RTC), who took fifth at 72 kg/158.5 lbs., Kayla Miracle (Campbellsville, Ky./Sunkist Kids), who finished eighth at 59 kg/130 lbs., and Marina Doi (Kingsburg, Calif./Titan Mercury WC), who competed at 44 kg/97 lbs.

Doi and Miracle earned Junior World bronzes in 2014, in addition to Cadet World medals. Doi produced three World medals at the Cadet level with a gold in 2012, a silver in 2011 and a bronze in 2013. Miracle picked up a silver medal in 2012.

Six of the women’s freestyle wrestlers will return to collegiate competition after Worlds, including Doi at King University, Miracle at Campbellsville University, Maya Nelson at University of the Cumberlands, Alexis Porter at McKendree Univeristy and Leathers and rising freshman Rachel Watters at Oklahoma City University.

The men’s freestyle team is primed for another good finish after taking fourth last year.

On the men’s freestyle team, Mark Hall of Apple Valley, Minn., (74 kg/163 lbs.), a 2014 Cadet World champion, and Zahid Valencia of Pico Rivera, Calif., (84 kg/185 lbs.) look to improve on their 2015 ninth and 10th place finishes, respectively.

Valencia saw Senior international competition earlier this summer at the Grand Prix of Spain, where he competed alongside 2015 Cadet World bronze medalist Daton Fix and Seth Gross, who will also compete in France at the Junior World Championships at 55 kg and 60 kg.

The squad boasts another Cadet World medalist in Jordan Wood (Gilbertsville, Pa./Lehigh Valley WC), who earned silver in 2014. He will compete at 120 kg/264.5 lbs.

Gross of South Dakota State, Valencia of Arizona State, Alec Pantaleo of Michigan and Kollin Moore of Ohio State will return for another year of NCAA competition, while incoming freshman Hall and Wood will begin their collegiate careers at Penn State and Lehigh, respectively.

Flowrestling is expected to live stream the competition on its website, flowrestling.org. Those interested in watching will need a FloPro account. Results can also be found at unitedworldwrestling.org.

Follow the action daily on TheMat.com and through USA Wrestling’s social media outlets.

UWW JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
At Macon, France, August 30-Sept. 4

U.S. Greco-Roman roster
50 kg/110 lbs. – Randon Miranda, Palmdale, Calif. (NMU-OTS)
55 kg/121 lbs. – Dalton Roberts, Fowlerville, Mich. (NMU-OTS)
60 kg/132 lbs. – Taylor LaMont, Mapleton, Utah (Champions WC)
66 kg/145.5 lbs. – Jamal DeArmond, Marquette, Mich. (NMU-OTS)
74 kg/163 lbs. – Kamal Bey, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Front Range WC)
84 kg/185 lbs. – Nick Reenan, Dallas, Texas (Dallas Dynamite WC)
96 kg/211.5 lbs. – G’Angelo Hancock, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Front Range WC)
120 kg/264.5 lbs. – Michael Rogers, Round Rock, Texas (Bison Legend WC)
Greco-Roman National Coach – Matt Lindland, Colorado Springs, Colo.
World Team coach – Ahad Javansalehi, Colorado Springs, Colo.
World Team coach – Derrick Waldroup, Kingwood, Texas

Women’s Freestyle roster
44 kg/97 lbs. – Marina Doi, Kingsburg, Calif. (Titan Mercury WC)
48 kg/105.5 lbs. – McKayla Campbell, Wauseon, Ohio (Ohio National Team)
51 kg/112.25 lbs. – Brenda Reyna, Mount Vernon, Wash. (Vandit Wrestling Academy)
55 kg/121 lbs. – Becka Leathers, Choctaw, Okla. (Gator OKCU RTC)
59 kg/130 lbs. – Kayla Miracle, Campbellsville, Ky. (Sunkist Kids)
63 kg/138.75 lbs. – Maya Nelson, Denver, Colo. (Sunkist Kids)
67 kg/147.5 lbs. – Alexis Porter, Ballston Lake, N.Y. (McKendree University)
72 kg/158.5 lbs. – Rachel Watters, Ankeny, Iowa (Gator OKCU RTC)
Assistant Women’s National Coach – Erin Tomeo, Colorado Springs, Colo.
World Team coach – Tricia Saunders, Phoenix, Ariz.
World Team coach – Sam Schmitz, Lebanon, Ill.
World Team coach – Brent Barnes, Lake Stevens, Wash.


Men’s Freestyle roster
50 kg/110 lbs. – Spencer Lee, Murraysville, Pa. (Young Guns)
55 kg/121 lbs. – Daton Fix, Sand Springs, Okla. (Team BIG)
60 kg/132 lbs. – Seth Gross, Rosemount, Minn. (Jackrabbit WC)
66 kg/145.5 lbs. – Alec Pantaleo, Canton, Mich. (Michigan RTC)
74 kg163 lbs. – Mark Hall, Apple Valley, Minn. (Minnesota Storm)
84 kg/185 lbs. – Zahid Valencia, Pico Rivera, Calif. (Sunkist Kids)
96 kg/211.5 lbs. – Kollin Moore, Burbank, Ohio (Ohio RTC/Titan Mercury WC)
120 kg/264.5 lbs. – Jordan Wood, Gilbertsville, Pa. (Lehigh Valley WC)
Assistant Freestyle National Coach – Brandon Slay, Colorado Springs, Colo.
World Team Coach – Mitch Hull, Sun Prairie, Wisc.
World Team Coach – Jamill Kelly, Redwood City, Calif.
Coach – Chris Bono, Brookings, S.D.
Coach – Jon Reader, Brookings, S.D.
Coach – Zeke Jones, Tempe, Ariz.
Coach – Chris Pendleton, Tempe, Ariz.
Coach – Jeff Buxton, Easton, Pa.
Coach – Tom Ryan, Columbus, Ohio
Coach – Josh Churella, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Coach – Cael Sanderson, State College, Pa.
Medical – Dr. Bryan Warme, Ames, Iowa
Medical – Eitan Gelber, San Jose, Calif.
Referee – Casey Brennan Goessl, St. Paul, Minn.
Referee – Danny Blackshear, Oklahoma City, Okla.

UWW Junior Worlds Schedule
Listed is local time in Macon, which is six hours before U.S. Eastern time

Tuesday, August 30
Greco-Roman, 50 kg, 60 kg, 74 kg, 96 kg (Miranda, LaMont, Bey, Hancock)
10:00 a.m. – Preliminaries
7:00 p.m. – Opening Ceremony
7:30 p.m. – Finals

Wednesday, August 31
Greco-Roman 55 kg, 66 kg, 84 kg, 120 kg (Roberts, DeArmond, Reenan, Rogers)
10:00 a.m. – Preliminaries
6:00 p.m. – Finals

Thursday, September 1
Women’s Freestyle 44 kg, 51 kg, 59 kg, 67 kg (Doi, Reyna, Miracle, Porter)
10:00 a.m. – Preliminaries
6:00 p.m. – Finals

Friday, September 2
Women’s Freestyle 48 kg, 55 kg, 63 kg, 72 kg (Campbell, Leathers, Nelson, Watters)
10:00 a.m. – Preliminaries
7:30 p.m. – Finals

Saturday, September 3
Men’s Freestyle 50 kg, 60 kg, 74 kg, 96 kg (Lee, Gross, Hall, Moore)
10:00 a.m. – Preliminaries
6:00 p.m. – Finals

Sunday, September 4
Men’s Freestyle 55 kg, 66 kg, 84 kg, 120 kg (Fix, Pantaleo, Valencia, Wood)
10:00 a.m. – Preliminaries
6:00 p.m. – Finals
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Re: Lehigh recruit Wood aims for Junior World Championship

Postby LU in the Hub » Tue Aug 30, 2016 10:13 am

Man, the Freestyle team is one impressive group of wrestlers and coaches. Good luck to all those young guns!
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Re: Lehigh recruit Wood aims for Junior World Championship

Postby JM » Wed Aug 31, 2016 9:06 pm

After two days of Greco-Roman competition all the US could gather at the Junior World Championships is two bronze medals. Taylor LaMont broke through for bronze at 60 kg and G’Angelo Hancock grabbed bronze at 96 kg.

It doesn't bode well for future USA competitiveness in Greco world competition in the future.

U.S. falls short on second day of Greco-Roman competition at Junior Worlds
By Richard Immel, USA Wrestling | Aug. 31, 2016, 10:01 a.m. (ET)

MACON, France – The U.S. Greco-Roman team endured a tough day at the Junior World Championships with all four wrestlers having their medal hopes dashed in the early going.

2015 Junior Pan American champion Nick Reenan (Dallas, Texas/Dallas Dynamite WC) gave the U.S. its lone win of the day when he ousted Ahmed Hassan Ahmed of Egypt, 10-2, in the first round at 84 kg/185 lbs.

Reenan was upended in his next bout by Anton Sakhno of Belarus, 9-0. Sakhno was unable to make the finals, thereby ending Reenan’s run in France. Reenan, who also competed at the Cadet World Championships in 2014, will now turn his attention to the college season at North Carolina State.

“I’m not really too proud of the way I wrestled today, but it is what it is. We learn from it,” Reenan noted following his performance. “I kind of got a little rushed because I was nervous about wrestling here, then I got down by six points pretty quickly. I thought I had to go for a throw. I’ll go back, watch the videos, work on what I need to work on and get ready for the season.”

Fellow NC State commit Michael Rogers (Round Rock, Texas/Bison Legend WC) was defeated in the first round at 120 kg/264.5 lbs. by 2016 Junior European silver medalist Nikolai Izmailov of Russia, 9-0. Competing in his first age-group World Championships was a valuable learning experience for the up and coming Rogers.

“I think I just need to work on getting better, improve my technique and just work harder. It was a great experience. I learned a lot…it definitely opened my eyes, work a little bit harder, you know, train for the next level,” said Rogers.

In addition to the pair of future Wolfpack wrestlers, two Northern Michigan teammates took the mat on Wednesday with high aspirations.

Three-time Junior World Team member Dalton Roberts (Fowlerville, Mich./NMU-OTS) fell victim to the second period blues in his only match at 55 kg/121 lbs. Roberts led Italy’s Jacopo Sandron 4-2 at the break, but surrendered a takedown and step out in the final minutes to lose, 5-4.

It was a tough outing for Roberts who had otherwise been on a solid streak this year with gold medal wins at the Austria Junior Open and University Nationals, in addition snagging bronze at the Eduardo Campbell Cup.

At 66 kg/145.5 lbs. Jamal DeArmond (Marquette, Mich./NMU-OTS) dropped his opening match to three-time Junior World Team member for Switzerland Flavio Freuler, 6-3. DeArmond led 3-2 late in the match, but was done in by a four-point throw in the final minute.

“A loss like this I’m going to learn from,” DeArmond said. “I’ve never felt like this after losing to somebody who’s not that good on the international level. I’m going to take this, take it back to Northern Michigan, train on what I need to do and reflect.”

The U.S. finished with two bronze medals in Greco-Roman competition at the Junior Worlds this week. Taylor LaMont broke through for bronze at 60 kg and G’Angelo Hancock grabbed bronze at 96 kg.

“I think we see the guys that are wrestling Greco on a consistent basis are winning matches,” said U.S. Greco-Roman coach Matt Lindland. “It’s one step at a time for some of these younger athletes, but they are moving in the right direction too, along with our program moving in the right direction.”

Georgia won three gold medals on the day from Dato Chkhartishvili at 55 kg, Ramaz Zoidze at 66 kg and Zviadi Pataridze at 120 kg. Islam Abbasov of Azerbaijan picked up the title at 84 kg.

The American women take center stage tomorrow in France with Marina Doi, Brenda Reyna, Kayla Miracle and Alexis Porter all set to compete on the first day of women’s freestyle competition.

The women’s freestyle competition will begin tomorrow in France at 4 a.m. (ET) with the qualification rounds and repechage followed by the medal matches at 12 p.m. (ET). Flowrestling is providing a live stream of the Junior World Championships at flowrestling.org. Viewers must purchase a FloPro membership to watch the competition live.

For complete brackets and match-by-match results visit unitedworldwrestling.org.

2016 JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Aug. 30 – Sept. 4 in Macon, France
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Re: Lehigh recruit Wood aims for Junior World Championship

Postby JM » Wed Aug 31, 2016 9:06 pm

The USA women won three bronze medals at the Junior World championships in France. The medalists for the USA were Kayla Miracle, Alexis Porter and Maya Nelson.
Men's Freestyle competition starts on Saturday AM. Up on the first day will be Spencer Lee, Seth Gross, Mark Hall and Kollin Moore.
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Re: Lehigh recruit Wood aims for Junior World Championship

Postby JM » Sat Sep 03, 2016 9:10 am

Lee and Hall are in the finals later today.

Gross loses 11-10 in 1st round to Turkey, who is a finalist, so Gross gets to wrestle back for a possible bronze medal.

Moore loses his second bout - to a non-finalst, so he does not have a chance to wrestle back.
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Postby JM » Sat Sep 03, 2016 1:10 pm

Two Gold medals for USA today in the Junior World Championships in France.

Spencer Lee wins his second Junior World Championship in a barnburner, 11-9. He fell behind 4-0 when he was taken down to his back in the opening minute. He came back to make it close at 4-3, but then gave up another 4 point takedown to his opponent, making the score 8-3 against him in the final period. However, his aggressiveness and conditioning were in his favor as he scored 8 consecutive points in the last 90 seconds. Great match for this wrestler from Pennsylvania.

A little later Mark Hall wins his Gold medal in dominant faction, taking down his opponent in the first 15 seconds and then wrapping up the leg lace and scoring four turns for a 10-0 technical victory in just 30 seconds.
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Postby JM » Sun Sep 04, 2016 10:28 am

Wood loses his opening match to Poland, 6-2. The Lehigh recruit did not qualify for the consolations.
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Postby JM » Sun Sep 04, 2016 10:28 am

Fix in search of bronze on last day of Junior World Championships; no other Americans in repechage

By Richard Immel, USA Wrestling | Sept. 04, 2016, 9:45 a.m. (ET)

MACON, France – U.S. men’s freestyler Daton Fix has qualified for the 55 kg/121 lbs. bronze medal match on the final day of Junior World competition at Le Spot Arena in France.

The highly anticipated opener between 2015 Cadet World bronze medalist Fix and 2014 Junior World champion Khasankhusein Badrudinov of Russia lived up to the billing. Unfortunately for the American, he found himself on the wrong side of the scoreboard in the first round thriller, 9-6.

The bout was tied 1-1 entering the second frame before Badrudinov locked up a pinch headlock and rolled Fix through three times. After an unsuccessful challenge, Fix found himself down by seven points with two minutes remaining in the bout. Fix rallied to score a takedown and a turn, but was unable to overcome the deficit.

“[Fix] lost a tough match against a real scrappy and great competitor in the Russian,” U.S. coach Jamill Kelly said. “I think he got a little bit more concerned about what the Russian was going to do instead of just sticking to what he’s good at. In just a couple situations where he’s usually confident he was a little passive.”

Badrudinov navigated to the finals of the 55 kg bracket, pulling Fix into the repechage. Fix downed both Carthe Capellan of Canada and Mikyay Naim of Bulgaia by 10-0 scores to secure his place in the bronze match against two-time Cadet World champion Andriy Yatsenko of Ukraine. Yatsenko was runner-up at the Senior European Championships this year.

“It should be a great, entertaining match. Two guys, Daton and [Yatsenko], who like to score points and like to really wrestle and open up. As long as he goes out there with that mindset of scoring points I think it will be a good outcome,” said Kelly.

Also competing on Sunday for the U.S. were top prospects Zahid Valencia, Alec Pantaleo and Jordan Wood. All three were unable to wrestle themselves into a medal match.

Valencia was dominant in his first two matches at 84 kg/185 lbs., picking up technical fall wins over Mark Markarian of Ukraine and Meki Simonia of Georgia. In the quarterfinals, Valencia dropped a tough 5-4 decision to Junior European champion Gadzhimurad Magomedsaidov in a match that came down to the final seconds.

“I wrestled really good my first two matches, left it all out there. I feel like I could have done more in my third match. Just a couple close calls that could have gone either way, but I’ll be back and I’ll be better,” said Valencia.

Pantaleo, a NCAA All-American for Michigan, went 1-1 on the day at 66 kg/145.5 lbs. In his opener, Pantaleo pancaked Junior European bronze medalist Giorgi Sulava of Georgia for the fall in 1:03. The American was wrapped up in a brutal gutwrench by Vikas of India in his next outing to lose by technical fall, 12-1.

“The first match, that’s pretty much what I expected to do. I’ve been working really hard, you know. The second match, you know, I just got a little frustrated. The kid kept really good pressure, and I just made a mistake, man. I knew my gutwrench defense wasn’t’ all that great, and he just exposed my weakness,” said Pantaleo.

It was a short lived tournament for 2014 Cadet World silver medalist Wood as he dropped his first round match at 120 kg/264.5 lbs. to past Junior World bronze medalist Kamil Kosciolek of Poland, 6-2.

“I didn’t wrestle bad, but I didn’t convert on any of my shots,” Wood said following the competition. “I was in on his leg a lot. I could have gotten there at will, and I only finished one shot. I just wasn’t completely in tune, and I feel that I could have beaten him.”

The Junior World Championships will conclude today at 12 p.m. (ET) with the men’s freestyle medal matches at 55 kg, 66 kg, 84 kg and 120 kg.

Flowrestling is providing a live stream of the Junior World Championships at flowrestling.org. Viewers must purchase a FloPro membership to watch the competition live.

For complete brackets and match-by-match results visit unitedworldwrestling.org.

2016 JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Aug. 30 – Sept. 4 in Macon, France

Finals Matchups
55 kg/121 lbs.
Gold – Afgan Khashalov (Azerbaijan) vs. Khasanhuesin Badrudinov (Russia)
Bronze – Andriy Yatsenko (Ukraine) vs. Daton Fix (United States)
Bronze – Takumi Tashiro (Japan) vs. Gulomjon Abdullaev (Uzbekistan)

66 kg/145.5 lbs.
Gold – Akhmed Usmanov (Russia) vs. Enes Uslu (Turkey)
Bronze – Vikas (India) vs. Yuhi Fujinami (Japan)
Bronze – Orkhan Abasov (Azerbaijan) vs. Valentin Sanfratello (France)

84 kg/185 lbs.
Gold – Arsen-Ali Musalaliev (Russia) vs. Osman Gocen (Turkey)
Bronze – Gadzhimurad Magomedsaidov (Azerbaijan) vs. Krzysztof Sadowik (Poland)
Bronze – Dzianis Khramiankou (Belarus) vs. Majid Muratov (Uzbekistan)

120 kg/264.5 lbs.
Gold – Umar Israilov (Azerbaijan) vs. Kazbek Khubulov (Russia)
Bronze – Kamil Kosciolek (Poland) vs. Amir Amiri (Iran)
Bronze – Huseyin Civelek (Turkey) vs. Mihaly Nagy (Hungary)

U.S. men’s freestyle results
55 kg/121 lbs. – Daton Fix, Sand Springs, Okla. (Team BIG)
LOSS Khasankhusein Badrudinov (Russia), 9-6
WIN Darthe Capellan (Canada), 10-0
WIN Mikyay Naim (Bulgaria), 10-0

66 kg/145.5 lbs. – Alec Pantaleo, Canton, Mich. (Michigan RTC)
WIN Giorgi Sulava (Georgia), Fall 1:03
LOSS Vikas (India), 12-1

84 kg/185 lbs. – Zahid Valencia, Pico Rivera, Calif. (Sunkist Kids)
WIN Mark Markarian (Ukraine), 11-1
WIN Meki Simonia (Georgia), 13-2
LOSS Gadzhimurad Magomedsaidov (Azerbaijan), 5-4

120 kg/264.5 lbs. – Jordan Wood, Gilbertsville, Pa. (Lehigh Valley WC)
LOSS Kamil Kosciolek (Poland), 6-2
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Postby JM » Sun Sep 04, 2016 1:03 pm

Daton Fix earns a bronze medal, defeating his opponent from the Ukraine, 10-3.
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Postby JM » Sun Sep 04, 2016 3:12 pm

USA freestyle team finishes 5th in Jr. Worlds

Russia earned 66 team points with two champions, two runners-up and three bronze medalists to finish well ahead of second place Azerbaijan in the team race. Turkey, Iran and the United States round out the top five Junior men’s freestyle teams for 2016.

Across all three international styles contested at the Junior Worlds this week the U.S. won an impressive eight medals, and went a perfect 8-0 in medal matches. Greco-Roman opened the week with bronze medals from Taylor LaMont and G’Angelo Hancock. The women’s freestyle squad picked up bronze’s from Kayla Miracle, Alexis Porter and Maya Nelson. On the men’s freestyle side Spencer Lee and Mark Hall struck gold in addition to Fix’s bronze.

All matches from the 2016 Junior World Championships will be archived on Flowrestling.org. For complete brackets and match-by-match results visit unitedworldwrestling.com
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