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This year there will only be 2 mats involved and the first and second round matches of this year's PAC 12 wrestling tournament can be watched ONLINE here:

https://thesundevils.com/index.aspx?path=wrestling

The FINALS (7 p.m.. Mtn Time) will be televised on the PAC 12 Arizona Channel

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As to the link to the PAC 12 brackets - when you click on that URL link the brackets will appear SIDEWAYS.  You  can rectify that by clicking on the ARROW in the top right corner of the document and rotate the image COUNTER-Clockwise

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First round matches that have been contested previously this season (or in 2018) are as follows:

125 lbs
Eddie Flores (CSUB) vs. Benny Martinez (Cal Poly) - Martinez beat Flores 7-4 on January 11, 2019

Ryan Milhof (ASU) vs Gabe Townsell (Stanford) - Milhof beat Townsell 7-1 last season on Jan. 19, 2018

133 lbs
Devan Turner (Oregon State) vs Yoshito Funakoshi (Cal Poly) - Turner beat Funakoshi 6-4  this season on Feb. 2, 2019

Mason Pengilly (Stanford) vs Josiah Kline (ASU) - Pengilly beat Kline by MD (14-5) this season on Feb. 2, 2019

141 lbs
Cory Crooks (ASU) vs Wyatt Cornelison (Cal Poly) - Crooks beat Cornelison 8-4 this season on Feb. 22, 2019

Carlos Herrera (CSUB) vs Brandon Kier (Stanford) - Herrera beat Kier 4-0 this season on Jan. 27, 2019

149 lbs
Requir van der Merwe (Stanford) vs. Josh Reyes (Oregon State) - van der Merwe beat Reyes 6-1 this season on Feb. 15, 2019

Josh Maruca (ASU) vs Russell Rolhfing (CSUB) - Maruca beat Rohlfing 5-2 this season on Feb. 16, 2019

157 lbs
Brawley Lamer (Cal Poly) vs Wyatt Gerl (CSUB) - Lamer beat Gerl by MD (14-2) this season on Jan. 11, 2019

Hunter Willits (Oregon State) vs. Paul Fox (Stanford) - Willits beat Fox last season at the PAC 12 tournament 6-5

165 lbs
Jared Hill (Stanford) vs Joe La Rosa (Cal Poly) - Hill beat La Rosa this season by MD (12-3) on Feb. 17, 2019

Aaron Olmos (Oregon State) vs Jacob Thalin (CSUB) - Olmos beat Thalin this season 3-2 on Dec. 8, 2018

174 lbs
Colt Doyle (Oregon State) vs Nathan Tausch (Cal Poly) - Doyle beat Tausch this season by FALL (2:38) on Feb. 2, 2019

Bryan Battisto (CSUB) vs Rico Stormer (Stanford) - Battisto beat Stormer 10-5 this season on Jan. 17, 2019

184 lbs
Jacen Petersen (ASU) vs Bob Coleman (Oregon State) - Petersen beat Coleman 7-5 in Sudden Victory Overtime # 1 this season on Jan. 20, 2019

197 lbs
Mark Penyacsek (CSUB) vs Austyn Harris (ASU) - Penyacsek beat Harris 6-3 this season on Feb. 16, 2019

Thomas Lane (Cal Poly) vs Jamarcus Grant (Oregon State) - Lane beat Grant this season by MD (15-2) on Feb. 2, 2019

285 lbs
Sam Aguilar (Cal Poly) vs Brady Daniel (ASU) - Aguilar beat Daniel this season by MD (10-1) on Feb. 22, 2019

Jarrod Snyder (CSUB) vs Haydn Maley (Stanford) - Snyder beat Maley 3-1 in Sudden Victory Overtime # 1 this season on Jan. 27, 2019.  Not that it makes a whole lot of difference but it appears on the brackets that Maley is the # 2 Seed and Snyder is the # 3 Seed - when Snyder defeated Maley this season.

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Here are the brackets that were released late yesterday:

https://s3.amazonaws.com/sidearm.sites/asu.sidearmsports.com/documents/2019/3/8/2204_001.pdf

Several surprises (to me at least) particularly regarding Stanford.   For one thing Stanford is going with Jared Hill at 165 lbs rather than Dominick Mandarino (who has performed well at both 157 and 165 lbs this season).  Also at 184 lbs Stanford has Judah Duhm - who has only wrestled 4 matches this season at 197 lbs.  He went 3-1 at 197 lbs this season but clearly he has dropped down to 184 lbs for the PAC 12 tournament.

Cal Poly has nobody competing at 149 lbs.

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College / Re: One week from TODAY
« on: March 06, 2019, 01:27:53 PM »
Cal Poly and Stanford had recently posted an article online about the 2019 PAC 12 wrestling tournament however Cal State Bakersfield and Oregon State remain oblivious to the fact that the PAC 12 wrestling tournament is this Saturday.  As neither one - CSUB or OSU - has anything at all on their websites about the upcoming PAC 12 tournament.

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College / Re: One week from TODAY
« on: March 05, 2019, 02:34:03 PM »
Arizona State and the PAC 12 both put out press releases late yesterday regarding the 2019 PAC 12 wrestling tournament that will take place only 4 days from now.   Neither of these two press releases mentioned anything at all about the weight class brackets for the tournament.

And I checked the websites for the other four schools that participate in wrestling in the PAC 12 and none of the four had ANYTHING AT ALL regarding the 2019 PAC 12 tournament.

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College / Re: One week from TODAY
« on: March 03, 2019, 03:01:36 PM »
The brackets - based on experience from years past - likely won't be released until Friday night - after the coaches get together and hash out who will be seeded where in each weight class.

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College / Re: One week from TODAY
« on: March 03, 2019, 11:56:31 AM »
Using the rankings above is points were assigned to each place winner as follows:

1st = 15 points

2nd = 12 points

3rd = 9 points

4th = 6 points

5th = 3 points

The following would be how each of the five PAC 12 teams would come out point-wise:

Arizona State - 108 points

Stanford - 105 points

Oregon State - 96 points

Cal State Bakersfield - 93 points

Cal Poly - 48 points

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College / Re: 2019 Tournament Conference Allocations
« on: March 02, 2019, 02:55:54 PM »
Conference............................ ......125 133 ..141 ..149 .157 165 ..174 184 ..197 285    Total
Atlantic Coast Conference .....   2    4    4    4    4    4    3    5    4    3    37
Big 12 Conference..................    5    5    6    7    1    6    5    5    7    6    53
Big Ten Conference.................    9    8    9    6    9    9    8    8    5    7    78
EIWA.......................................    4    4    3    5    6    4    5    6    6    4    47
Eastern Wrestling League.......    1    2    1    1    1    3    1    1    1    2    14
Mid-American Conference......    4    3    4    1    5    1    2    2    1    4    27
Pacific-12 Conference............    3    2    1    2    2    1    1    1    2    2    17
Southern Conference..............    1    1    1    2    1    1    2    1    2    1    13
TOTAL QUALIFIERS...............    29    29    29    28    29    29    27    29    28    29    286

If I'm reading this correctly the PAC 12 gets only one qualifier at 141, 165, 174 and 184 lbs.   141 lbs I can understand & probably 184 lbs as well.  But I don't understand why the PAC 12 only has 1 at 165 lbs and 174 lbs.  Don't understand that at all.

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College / Re: One week from TODAY
« on: March 02, 2019, 01:07:40 PM »
CORRECTION - At 197 lbs Mark Penyacsek is also from Cal State Bakersfield - not from Cal Poly.  My mistake again.

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College / Re: One week from TODAY
« on: March 02, 2019, 01:04:23 PM »
CORRECTION - At 157 lbs Wyatt Gerl is from Cal State Bakersfield - not Cal Poly.  My mistake.

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College / One week from TODAY
« on: March 02, 2019, 10:19:05 AM »
The 2019 PAC 12 wrestling tournament will be contested on Saturday March 9, 2019, at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ.    The PAC 12 hasn't updated their individual wrestler rankings since February 22nd BUT the following would be MY GUESSES as to who will be competing at each of the ten weight classes at the 2019 PAC 12 wrestling championships:

125 lbs
1. Ronnie Bresser - Senior - Oregon State
2. Ryan Milhof - Senior - Arizona State - These two wrestled each other in the 2018 PAC 12 championship and Bresser won 3-2
3. Gabriel Townsell - Junior - Stanford
4. Benny Martinez - True Freshman - Cal Poly
5. Eddie Flores - True Freshman - Cal State Bakersfield

133 lbs
1. Sean Nickell - Senior - Cal State Bakersfield
2. Mason Pengilly - Senior - Stanford - Pengilly lost to Nickell 4-2 at the Southern Scuffle tournament this season
3. Josiah Kline - Sophomore - Arizona State
4. Devan Turner - RS Sophomore OR Kegan Calkins - RS Senior - Oregon State
5. Yoshito Funakoshi - RS Senior - Cal Poly

141 lbs
1. Grant Willits - RS Freshman - Oregon State
2. Cory Crooks - RS Sophomore - Arizona State - Crooks lost 8-6 in Sudden Victory OT to Grant Willits on Jan. 20th this season
3. Carlos Herrera - RS Junior - Cal State Bakersfield
4. Brandon Kier - Junior - Stanford
5. Wyatt Cornelison - RS Freshman - Cal Poly

149 lbs
1. Requir van der Merwe - RS Sophomore - Stanford
2. Josh Maruca - RS Junior - Arizona State - Merwe defeated Maruca 4-1 earlier this season
3. Russell Rohlfing - RS Junior - Cal State Bakersfield
4. Josh Reyes - Senior - Oregon State
5. Ty Schilling - RS Junior - Cal Poly

157 lbs
1. Christian Pagdilao - Graduate Student - Arizona State
2. Paul Fox - RS Senior OR Dominick Mandarino - Sophomore - Stanford - Mandarino lost 11-9 to Pagdilao on Feb. 2nd this year
3. Hunter Willits - True Sophomore - Oregon State - Willits lost 3-1 to Pagdilao this season
4. Brawley Lamer - RS Freshman - Cal Poly
5. Wyatt Gerl - Junior - Cal Poly

165 lbs
1. Josh Shields - RS Junior - Arizona State
2. Paul Fox - RS Senior OR Dominick Mandarino - Sophomore - Stanford
3. Jacob Thalin - RS Junior - Cal State Bakersfield - Thalin beat Mandarino 5-4 this season but overall I think Fox/Mandarino should be ranked ahead of Thalin (just MY opinion)
4. Aaron Olmos - RS Freshman - Oregon State
5. Dylan Miracle - True Freshman OR Joe La Rosa - RS Freshman - Cal Poly

174 lbs
1. Zahid Valencia - RS Junior - Arizona State
2. Bryan Battisto - RS Senior - Cal State Bakersfield
3. Rico Stormer - Graduate Student - Stanford
4. Colt Doyle - RS Junior - Oregon State
5. Nathan Tausch - True Freshman - Cal Poly

184 lbs
1. Dom Ducharme - RS Sophomore - Cal State Bakersfield
2. Jacen Petersen - RS Senior - Arizona State
3. Bob Coleman - Junior - Oregon State
4. Austyn Flores - RS Junior OR Colbey Harlan - True Freshman - Stanford
5. Willem De Boer - RS Freshman - Cal Poly 

197 lbs
1. Nathan Traxler - RS Sophomore - Stanford
2. Thomas Lane - RS Junior - Cal Poly
3. Jamarcus Grant - RS Sophomore - Oregon Grant
4. Mark Penyacsek - RS Junior - Cal Poly
5. Austyn Harris - RS Senior - Arizona State

285 lbs
1. Amarveer Dhesi - Graduate Student - Oregon State
2. Jarrod Snyder - RS Sophomore - Cal State Bakersfield
3. Haydn Maley - RS Freshman - Stanford - Maley lost 3-1 in SV OT to Jarrod Snyder this season
4. Sam Aguilar - RS Freshman OR Seville Hayes - Senior - Cal Poly
5. Brady Daniel - RS Freshman - Arizona State - Daniel lost 10-0 to Aguilar 8 days ago

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College / Re: Question about Oregon State
« on: February 28, 2019, 07:08:48 AM »
North Salem H.S.'s Ein Carlos' matches at the 2019 Oregon 5-A State tournament at 170 lbs went like this

FIRST ROUND - # 1 Seed Ein Carlos won by FALL (1:37) over Zach Ausborn of Williamette HS

SECOND ROUND - # 1 Seed Ein Carlos won by FALL (2:56) over Jesse Salazar of Milwaukie HS (Salazar had upset the # 8 Seed in the 1st round)

THIRD ROUND - # 1 Seed Ein Carlos won by FALL (2:16) over Aiden Patterson of Pendleton HS (Patterson had upset the # 6 Seed in the 1st round)

CHAMPIONSHIP - # 1 Seed Ein Carlos won by TECHNICAL FALL (16-1 in 5:56) over # 2 Seeded Logan Lapine of Milwaukie H.S.

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College / Re: Question about Oregon State
« on: February 28, 2019, 06:56:45 AM »

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