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Flo also listed three Hokies among top 12 upsets of the week

From Flowrestling:

Here are our top 12 from week 14 in Division 1 wrestling.

12) Brent Moore, Virginia Tech 3-2 over #18 AC Headlee, UNC
Moore's biggest win of the year comes at a great time: just a few weeks before ACCs. It was one of several upsets the Hokies pulled on senior night.

11) Rayvon Foley, Michigan State 7-1 #15 Luke Welch, Purdue
The brightest spot on this year's Spartans team is likely Foley, who slyly adds to the already insane depth of 125 in the Big Ten.

10) Kimball Bastian, Utah Valley 2-1 #13 Yoanse Mejias, Oklahoma
The biggest upset in Utah Valley's win over Oklahoma, which they did without the services of Taylor LaMont.

9) Eric Schultz Nebraska 8-5 over #13 Kevin Beazley, Nebraska
Sometimes the week after you beat #5 Cash Wilcke you lose to unranked Eric Schultz

8) Garrett Hammond, Drexel 7-3 over #11 BJ Clagon, Rider
Garrett Hammond's comeback grows stronger by the week, and has been a pleasant surprise this year for Drexel, one of the nation's most interesting teams this season.

7) Sammy Colbray, Iowa State 5:22 fall #11Nate Rotert, South Dakota St
Colbray has now won four of his last five matches, including now a pin over Rotert, who has been consistently ranked in the Top-15 for two years now.

6) Carter Happel Iowa 6:58 #10 Tommy Thorn Minnesota
Happel's pin was by far his best collegiate performance to date, and may have cemented himself as the starter. It also further throws Thorn, an All American last year, into question as to where he stands this year.

5) Hunter Bolen, Virginia Tech 14-6 #10 Ethan Ramos UNC
One of several key upsets the Hokies pulled on the day, true freshman Bolen took out former All American Ramos by a major.

4) Randall Diabe, App State 3-2 over #9 Scottie Boykin, Chattanooga
Diabe likely had the biggest Southern Conference win of the year, and guaranteed App State at least a share of the SoCon dual title.

3) Zach Krause, Brown 7-4 over #8 Matt Kolodzik, Princeton
Though it was not the final match of the dual, Krause's win would ultimately propel Brown to the dual win over Princeton. The win avoided Krause from falling to a .500 record.

2) Ryan Blees, Virignia Tech 3-1SV over #6 Troy Heilmann, UNC
Guess this means we'll be seeing a lot more of Blees at 149 for the Hokies, and will make things interesting at the ACC tournament if 149 only gets two qualifying spots.

1) Antony Cassar, Penn State 6-3 over #1 Kollin Moore, Ohio State
This was an easy choice for top upset of the week. Moore is the fourth (technically fifth with Nolf) #1 to go down this season, and Cassar's two takedowns helped propel Penn State to their 43rd consecutive dual meet victory.

(In response to this post by VPIGUY)

Posted: 02/05/2018 at 6:10PM


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Blees getting Some Props -- vtdadingf 02/05/2018 4:11PM
  He is on track right now to get an allocation .. -- hokietony 02/05/2018 8:47PM
  Now where are those updated rankings Flo!? ** -- Rokie08 02/05/2018 7:16PM
  Tony off subject -- Rokie08 02/05/2018 8:28PM
  Sorry, but I just follow VT and NCAA wrestling .... -- hokietony 02/05/2018 8:49PM
  Understandable -- Rokie08 02/05/2018 9:15PM
  I’ll settle for Flo they are more frequent -- Rokie08 02/05/2018 8:07PM
  I agree -- Rokie08 02/05/2018 9:25PM
  Flo, intermat, and wrestlestat are great places -- IV_Hokie12 02/05/2018 8:20PM
  Agreed ** -- Rokie08 02/05/2018 8:26PM

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