Connect with us

NC State Wrestling

WRESTLING: #9 NC State 22 #26 Old Dominion 11

Published

on

#9 NC State Wrestling defeated #26 Old Dominion 22-11 in their season opening dual in Reynolds Coliseum.

149: Kenan Carter (ODU) dec. A.J. Leitten; 7-2 – 3-0
157: #1 Hayden Hidlay (NCSU) dec. #4 Larry Early; 6-4 – 3-3
165: Shane Jones (ODU) dec. #10 Thomas Bullard; 3-2 – 3-6
174: Alex Cramer (ODU) dec. Jacob Ferreira; 10-4 – 3-9
184: #13 Trent Hidlay (NCSU) major dec. Antonio Agee; 12-4 – 7-9
197: Tyrie Houghton (NCSU) fall Tim Young; 4:31 – 13-9
285: Deonte Wilson (NCSU) dec. Will Hilliard; 3-1 – 16-9
125: Killian Cardinale (ODU) dec. #13 Jacob Camacho; 6-5 – 16-12
133: Kellen Devlin (NCSU) dec. Shannon Hanna; 9-5 – 19-12
141: #11 Tariq Wilson (NCSU) dec. #14 Sa’Derian Perry; 3-2 – 22-11^

^ODU deducted a team point after final match. (GoPack)

The Monarchs won 3 out of the first 4 matches, including an upset over #10 Thomas Bullard. The one victory in that bunch was a Top-5 victory for #1 Hayden Hidlay over #4 Larry Early (6-4).

Redshirt Freshman Trent Hidlay and Sophomore Tyrie Houghton would have something to say about that 9-3 deficit, producing 11 points between the 2 of them over the next two matches.

ODU made things interesting, bringing the match within 4 points when #13 Redshirt Freshman Jacob Camacho was upset by Killian Cardinale in his debut, bringing the score to 16-12.

With that being said, Redshirt Junior Kellen Devlin all but sealed the deal with decision over Hanna, and #11 Redshirt Junior Tariq Wilson put the cherry on top with a victory over #14 Sa’Derian Perry in his first match at 141 pounds.

NC State will host Belmont Abbey, UNC-Pembroke and Reinhardt today in the Wolfpack Duals, beginning at Noon.

Photo Credit

NC State Wrestling

NC State Wrestling Moves up to #6 in Coaches Poll

Published

on

NC State’s Wrestling team might not have been in action this past week, but that didn’t stop them from moving up one spot to #6 in the NWCA Coaches Poll, with Wisconsin losing their 1st dual of the year. The Wolfpack have been in the Top-10 for 63 straight weeks, spanning over 5 years.

NC State doesn’t have a dual this week, but they will be sending wrestlers to the Cliff Keen Invite in Vegas this weekend.

Photo Credit

Continue Reading

NC State Wrestling

NC State Wrestling Moves Up 2 Spots to #7, Individual Rankings Updated

Published

on

After going beating #15 Cornell and Binghamton in Duals this past Saturday, the NC State Wrestling Team moved up two spots to #7 in the NWCA Coaches Poll.

Image

Also, InterMat has updated their individual rankings by weight class.

Image

Notes

  • Redshirt Freshman Jarrett Trombley (133) moved up 1 spot to #13 (#12 OpenMat) after losing two close Top-10 battles.
  • Redshirt Junior Tariq Wilson (141) moved back 1 spot to #12 (#9 OpenMat) after going 2-0 against Cornell and Binghamton.
  • Redshirt Junior Thomas Bullard (165) moved up 1 spot to #13 (#15 OpenMat) after going 2-0 last Saturday.
  • Redshirt Junior Daniel Bullard (174) moved up 4 spots to #13 (#20 OpenMat) after going 2-0, highlighted by a victory over #11 Brandon Womack of Cornell.
  • Redshirt Freshman Trent Hidlay (184) made a huge jump from #14 to #4 (#4 OpenMat) after two Top-5 victories over in #3 Ben Darmstadt and #4 Lou DePrez.
  • Redshirt Junior Nick Reenan moved up 1 spot again to #5 (#10 OpenMat), despite not wrestling a match due to injury.

The NC State wrestling team will be back in action in the Cliff Keen Invitational in Las Vegas on December 6-7.

Photo Credit

Continue Reading

NC State Wrestling

NC State’s Trent Hidlay Wins National & ACC Wrestler of the Week Honors

Published

on

NC State Redshirt Freshman Trent Hidlay (184) cleaned up the honors after a historic week, earning National Wrestler of the Week honors from The Open Mat, and earned ACC Wrestler of the Week honors a week after his older brother Hayden Hidlay earned it in Week 1.

Image

NC State 184-pound redshirt freshman Trent Hidlay has been named the Atlantic Coast Conference Wrestler of the Week after he defeated two top-five opponents on the road in a span of just a few hours.

Hidlay, also named the National Wrestler of the Week by The Open Mat, opened with a 7-5 decision over No. 5 Ben Darmstadt in the Wolfpack’s 25-9 win at No. 15 Cornell on Saturday afternoon. With the score tied 4-4 and ride time locked for Darmstadt, Hidlay forced a second stall and then notched the winning takedown with just 12 seconds left.

Later in the day at Binghamton, Hidlay downed No. 4 Lou DePrez in extra time, 2-1, to help NC State to a 28-9 team victory. Hidlay and DePrez were knotted at 1-1 with just three seconds showing on the clock in overtime when Hidlay’s escape produced the winning point.

Trent Hidlay moved from No. 12 to No. 4 in this week’s InterMat weight class rankings. He followed up last week’s performance by his brother Hayden, a junior two-time All-American at 157 for the Wolfpack who earned ACC Co-Wrestler of the Week honors for Nov. 19. (ACC)

Photo Credit

 

Continue Reading

NC State Wrestling

#9 NC State Wrestling Defeats #15 Cornell & Binghamton

Published

on

The #9 NC State Wrestling team went up north today to face #15 Cornell and Binghamton in duals, and are headed home with 2 more W’s in their belt.

The Wolfpack opened the day with a 25-9 victory over Cornell, and after an hour drive, they made quick work of Binghamton defeating them 28-9.

#9 NC State 25, #15 Cornell 9
184: #12 Trent Hidlay (NCSU) dec. #3 Ben Darmstadt; 7-5 – 3-0
197: Jonathan Loew (Cornell) fall Tyrie Houghton; 1:35 – 3-6
285: Deonte Wilson (NCSU) dec. Brendan Furman; 3-1 – 6-6
125: Jakob Camacho (NCSU) dec. Dom LaJoie; 8-4 – 9-6
133: #6 Chas Tucker (Cornell) dec. #14 Jarrett Trombley; 4-1 – 9-9
141: #11 Tariq Wilson (NCSU) dec. Noah Baughman; 4-0 – 12-9
149: A.J. Leitten (NCSU) dec. Hunter Richard; 6-5 – 15-9
157: #1 Hayden Hidlay (NCSU) dec. Colton Yapoujian; 4-0 – 18-9
165: #14 Thomas Bullard (NCSU) major dec. Adam Santoro; 9-0 – 22-9
174: #17 Daniel Bullard (NCSU) dec. #11 Brandon Womack; 5-4 – 25-9 (GoPack)

#9 NC State 28, Binghamton 9

197: Tyrie Houghton (NCSU) dec. Nunzio Crowley; 5-1 – 3-0
285: Joe Doyle (BU) fall Deonte Wilson; 0:22 – 3-6
125: #15 Jakob Camacho (NCSU) dec. Tomasso Frezza; 9-2 – 6-6
133: #10 Zack Trampe (BU) dec. #14 Jarrett Trombley; 3-1 – 6-9
141: #11 Tariq Wilson (NCSU) dec. Anthony Sparacio; 8-4 – 9-9
149: Matt Grippi (NCSU) major dec. Michael Zarif; 10-2 – 13-9
157: #1 Hayden Hidlay (NCSU) major dec. Chris Barker; 20-7 – 17-9
165: #14 Thomas Bullard (NCSU) major dec. Dylan Wood; 9-0 – 21-9
174: #17 Daniel Bullard (NCSU) major dec. Alex Melikian; 10-2 – 25-9
184: #12 Trent Hidlay dec. #4 Lou DePrez; 2-1 (TB1) – 28-9 (GoPack)

MVP

#12 Redshirt Freshman Trent Hidlay (184) put the nation on notice today, defeating two Top-5 opponents in #3 Ben Darmstadt and #4 Lou DePrez.

Ranked Matches

Unfortunately, #14 Jarrett Trombley (133) had to face two Top-10 opponents, and lost both of them. He lost to Cornell’s Chas Tucker (#6) 4-1, and fell to Binghamton’s Zack Trampe (#10) 3-1.

#17 Redshirt Junior Daniel Bullard (174) upset #11 Brandon Womack of Cornell 5-4.

Photo Credit

Continue Reading

Trending