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Will Grand View enjoy home town experience in NAIA Duals?

2014 NWCA Multi-Divisional National Duals

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Last year’s Placement Duals:

Championship: Grand View 20, Southern Oregon 18

Third Place: Great Falls, 27, Campbellsville 17

Fifth Place: Dickinson State 29, Lindsey Wilson 15

Seventh Place: Midland 21, Missouri Valley 1

Notes on 2014 NAIA National Duals

• Grand View College, which became a varsity program in 2008-09, has won the last two NAIA traditional national tournaments. Both of those championships happened in Des Moines, the hometown of the Vikings. Grand View’s only loss was to Division I Iowa State, 22-18.

• Among duals held this season between highly-ranked NAIA schools, Grand View defeated Great Falls, 33-6, at the Desert Duals in Las Vegas, Dec. 21. Meanwhile, Montana State Northern defeated Southern Oregon — last year’s NAIA national runner-up — 36-12.

2014 Ranked Teams (Location) – Including individually-ranked wrestler

1. Grand View College (Des Moines, Iowa/7-1) – 125 Ryak Finch (2nd); 133 Brandon Benvenuti (7th); 141 Gustavo Martinez (1st), Brandon Wright (6th); 157 Quinten Haynes (2nd), Dallas Houchins (7th); 165 Chad Lowman (3rd); 174 Jimmie Schuessler (3rd), Cody Swim (12th); 184 Chistian Mays (2nd), 285 Eric Thompson (1st

2. Montana State Northern (Havre, Mont./5-1) – 125 Aaron LaFarge (1st); 141 Cameron Neiss (4th); 149 Hunter Azure (9th); 157 Edward Cheff (3rd); 165 Ethan Hinebauch (2nd); 174 Jared Miller (11th); 184 Kody Reed (7th); 197 Toby Cheff (4th), Garrett DeMers (6th)

3. Missouri Valley (Marshall, Mo./4-0) – 125 Ryan Stearns (6th), Dennis Welch (12th); 133 Todd Brackett (15th); 141 Brian Bitney (15th); 149 Jake Ekster (1st); 157 Dylan King (16th); 165 Nico Martinez (9th); 174 Riley Boomer (8th); 197 Josh Manu (2nd), Carl Lawrence (3rd); 285 Gabi Musallam (3rd), Daniel Mueller (8th)

4. Great Falls (Mont. /11-6) – 125 Danny Luttrell (3rd), Luke Schlosser (11th); 133 Michael Ruiz (3rd); 141 Kyle Wilson (9th); 149 Chase Burns (5th), Ryan Martin (7th); 157 Chad Cebulski (10th), Nicholas Schmidt (13th); 165 Shawn Lau (11th); 184 Kamron Jackson (3rd); 285 David Lopez (7th)

5. Campbellsville (Ky./15-3) – 125 Cody Steiner (4th); 133 Tyler Alsip (2nd); 141 Brandon Westerman (2nd), Colby Rinehart (10th); 149 Kyle Terry (3rd), Matt Milton (16th); 157 Shawn McGee (4th); 165 Treyvonta Rhodes (14th); 174 Travis McIntosh (10th); 197 Nate Knauf (9th);

7. Lindsey Wilson (Columbia, Ky./3-3) – 141 Wismit Moinius (3rd); 149 Isaac Thomas (8th), Stephen Myers (15th); 157 Joe Cozart (1st); 185 Jameel Bryant (1st);

8. Cumberland (Tenn./8-6) – 133 Billy Ward (11th); 149 Jake Williams (4th); 157 Michael Gonzalez (15th); 165 Kirk Johnson (8th); 174 Eziekel Hunt (5th), Jacob Shirley (14th); 184 Cody Linton (4th); 197 Scott Stewart (9th)

9. Indiana Tech (Ft. Wayne, Ind./13-3) – 125 Kristopher McKinley (8th); 133 Mitch Pawlak (8th); 141 Travis Barroquiollo (7th); 149 Adam Fahs (14th); 165 James Bennet (4th), Kafuba Donzon (7th); 184 Taylor DeLong (8th)

10. York College (Neb./2-0) – 125 Oscar Marin (9th); 141 Jason Arreola (5th); 157 Aaron Lopez (8th); 174 Joe Madison (13th); 197 Logan Paul Eickhoff (8th); 285 Saia Lotulelei (2nd)

13. Morningside (Sioux City, Iowa/3-5) – 133 Nathan Ryan (12th); 141 Garret Lambrecht (13th); 149 Tyler Lashbrook (12th); 174 Joseph Sievert (6th); 197 Jared McCoy (14th); 285 Tyler Kacmarynski (5th)

14t. Wayland Baptist (Plainview, Texas/1-5) – 141 Chris Hart (7th); 174 Jose Alvarez (2nd); 184 Michael Naiper (10th); 285 Markese Christian (14th)

17. Baker (Baldwin City, Kan.) — 125 Alan Callahan, 13th; 133 Bryce Shoemaker, 6th; 165 Jakob Price, 11th; 174 Parker Owen, 4th; 197 Robert Shadrach, 16th

19t. Dickinson State (N.D./2-5) — 157 Tyler Johnson, 6th; 165 Jon Solano, 13th; 184 Lane Oversen, 9th; 197 Jesse Hellinger, 7th

19t. Midland (Fremont, Neb./2-1) — 157 Tyler McMichael, 12th; 165 Sterling Terry, 5th; Hwt Lonnie Brown, 6th

Non-Ranked Teams

• Missouri Baptist (St. Louis, Mo./0-8) — 133 Chris Padilla, 10th; 184 Weston Keleher, 16th; Hwt Julius Agnlikas, 13th

• Oklahoma City (4-4) — 125 Adrian Gaines, 16th; 149 Ricky McCarty, 11th; 157 Zach Skates, 5th; 184 Cody Silversten, 12th

 

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