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Women’s WTT Day 1 Recap

The Oklahoma girls had a pretty good showing yesterday in the U17 and U23 divisions.  The Oklahoma we omens entrants are taking home 2 All American honors back to Oklahoma. In

 U17 Bella Williams will wrestle a best 2 of 3 for the right to be the world team representative at World’s later on this year. Bella was relentless in her hand fight on Friday evening in her semifinal match. Her match in the semis was a absolute battle the first period. Williams took a few shots but was unsuccessful in finishing.Williams was on the offense most of the match but was constantly keeping her foot on the gas. The match stayed tied 0-0 until late in the second. We Williams got going scoringa takedown and ended up winning a hard fought match 7-2.

In the U23 division Carl Albert States Alexis Miller was resilient all day long and will be competing for 5th place Saturday morning. Miller the 2 time NJCAA National Champion was also named  2024 NJCAA female wrestler of the year on Friday! 

The other U17 and U23 entrants from Oklahoma had a good showing. I came away very impressed with Edmond Norths Ezmerelda Fuller. The freshman who just started wrestling last year at 200lb and in Friday made 73kg (160). Fuller went 4-2 on Friday and seemed to get stronger as the day went on. Her run came to an end after a 3-0 loss. Fuller impressed with a great hand fight and great positioning all day long. You can see the young lady has been putting in work and is going to prove to be a problem by the time Fargo comes around. Looking forward to watching her continued development on the mat for Team Oklahoma…

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