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Session One Recap: Oklahoma

Oklahoma – 22nd (4.5 Points)

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133lbs: #29 Jace Koelzer

  • Champ. Round 1: #4 Dylan Shawver (RUT) Maj. #29 Jace Koelzer (10-0)

Next Match: Cons. Round 1 – #20 Tyler Wells (Minnesota)

Koelzer had a tough first match with Big 10 champ Shawver and wasn’t able to get his own offense going. His next match could get interesting as true freshman Tyler Wells. Wells has some solid wins this season, including an overtime win over Shawver in a dual. However as a true freshman he also has some unexpected losses, and if Koelzer can use his experience then look out. 

149lbs: #21 Willie McDougald

  • Champ. Round 1: #21 Willie McDougald Dec. #12 Ethen Miller (MARY) (5-4)

Next Match: Champ. Round 2 – #5 Ty Watters (West Virginia)

I didn’t have huge expectations for McDougald with his draw but got a big upset over Miller, a popular sleeper pick in the bracket. McDougald got a late takedown to win it and set himself up for a big rematch with Ty Watters. Watters won the Big 12’s, but McDougald gave him one of his few losses early in the year with an 8-5 decision. Watters has looked great since, but McDougald has the ability for the upset. 

157lbs: #28 Jared Hill

  • Champ. Round 1: #5 Ryder Downey (UNI) Dec. #28 Jared Hill (4-1)

Next Match: Cons. Round 1 – #21 Lucas Revano (Penn)

Hill wrestled Big 12 champ Downey tough, but a third period takedown for Downey

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