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Re: Stanford adds another recruit for 2023-2024
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2022, 12:52:46 PM »
This is the FOURTH recruit Stanford has for the 2023-2024 season (so far):

Zach Hanson - Projected to wrestle at 141 lbs

Jacob Joyce - Projected to wrestle at 133 lbs

Lain Yapoujian - Projected to wrestle at 141 or 149 lbs

Abe Wojcikiewicz - Projected to wrestle at 184 lbs
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Re: Stanford adds another recruit for 2023-2024
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2022, 01:08:22 PM »
Jeeeezzzzzzzzzzzzzzz - all sorts of errors on what I just posted here.

Stanford actually has FIVE commitments (so far) for the 2023-2024 season.

The one I did not list in my last post here was Tye Monteiro from Bakersfield, CA.  He placed 2nd at the 2022 CA State tournament at 182 lbs to he may be at 184 or 197 lbs in college.

Lain Yapoujian of Byers, CO., has placed 3rd and 1st in 2021 and 2022 (respectively) at the 2021 and 2022 Colorado State wrestling tournament. And he also placed 1st at the CO State tournament at 132 lbs in 2020.

Abe Wojcikiewicz Bethalto, IL., placed 3rd at 170 lbs at the 2022 Illinois State tournament

Zach Hanson of Lakeville North H.S. in Minnesota placed 1st at 145 lbs at the 2022 MN State tournament.  He also placed 2nd at 132 lbs at the 2021 MN State tournament and 2nd at the 2020 MN State tournament at 113 lbs

Jacob Joyce of Ponaganset, Rhode Islane, placed 1st at 120 lbs at the 2022 Rhode Island State tournament and 2nd at the 2021 RI State tournament at 120 lbs and 1st at 106 lbs at the 2020 RI state tournament
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