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Big 4 Awards

The 2016 TDR Big Award wrestlers have been determined. More complete information and stats will be presented in subsequent postings.

The Lee Carroll Award will be presented to Kaleb Taylor (285) of Rosewood.
The Roy Heverly Award to Harrison Campbell (120) of West Brunswick and
The Michael Stokes Award to Wilson Smith (126) of Rocky Mount and
The James Johnson Award to Tanner Stamper-Smith (160) of Havelock.
Details to be posted later.

May 29, 2016 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Active D-I Coaches Career Wins

We believe this to be up to date including wins in the 2015-2016 season.

After 2016 Season                 Active  DI – Top 35 (at least 105 wins)

  1. J Robinson (Minnesota) 440
  2. Gary Taylor (Rider) 429
  3. John Smith (Oklahoma State)       382
  4. CarlAdams (Boston Univ.)                       326 – retired prior to 2016 season
  5. Tom Borelli (Central Mich.)       307
  6. Craig Turnbull (West Virginia) 287 – retired prior to 2015 season
  7. Duane Goldman (Indiana) 281
  8. Rob Koll (Cornell) 266
  9. Jim Zalesky (Oregon St./Iowa)      250

9tied   Bruce Haberli (New York University) 250

  1. Brian Smith (Missouri) 239
  2. Tom Ryan (Ohio St./Hofstra) 233

12tied Mark Manning (Nebraska/Nor.Iowa) 233

  1. Barry Davis (Wisconsin)               220
  2. Joe McFarland (Michigan/Indiana) 219                 
  3. Tim Flynn (Edinboro) 206
  4. Joel Greenlee (Ohio U.) 202                  passes 200
  5. Tom Brands (Iowa/Va.Tech) 196                  moves up one spot
  6. Tom Minkel (Mich. St./Cent. Mich) 187
  7. Pat Santoro (Lehigh/ Maryland) 161
  8. Jim Andrassy (Kent State) 158
  9. Cael Sanderson (Penn St./Iowa St.) 142                   moved up 3 spots

22.tied  Kevin Dresser (Virginia Tech)             142                 moved up 3 spots

  1. Scott Goodale (Rutgers Univ.)      141                  moved up 3 spots
  2. Pat Poplizio (N.C. State/SUNY )  139            moved up 6 spots
  3. Steve Martin (Old Dominion) 137
  4. Rob Hjerling (Citadel) 134
  5. Steve Garland (Virginia Univ.) 132
  6. Jay Weiss (Harvard) 125
  7. Dan Wirnsberger (Bucknell/Bloomsburg) 123
  8. Kerry McCoy (Maryland/Stanford) 122
  9. Greg Randall (Boise State) 120
  10. Mark Cody (Oklahoma/American) 113
  11. D. Mock (Univ. North Carolina)   108 – retired prior to 2016 season
  12. John Stutzman (Bloomsburg/Buffalo)  106

 

May 17, 2016 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Active College Coaches by Dual Wins

The following are the top 50 Active (and recent retirees) College Coaches by the most career dual meet wins. Over the upcoming weeks we will publish the top coaches in each division and other categories as the stats are updated.

After 2015-’16 Season Active – Top 50 (at least 170 wins) Overall-All-Levels
1. Pat Pecora (Pitt-Johnstown) 555 – II (3rd – All Time)
2. Bill Racich (Ursinus College) 514 – III
3. Ned McGinley (King’s College) 448 – III
4. J Robinson (Minnesota) 440 – I
5. Gary Taylor (Rider) 429 – I
6. David James (Cent. Okla.) 396 – II
7. John Smith (Oklahoma State) 382 – I
8. Roger Crebs (Lycoming College) 362 – III
9. Tom Borelli (Central Michigan) 353 – I
10. Mike Denney (UNO-Maryville) 338 – II
11. Don Murray (SUNY-Brockport) 329 – III
12. Carl Adams (Boston Univ.) 326 – I retired/team discontinued
13. Kerry Volkmann (John Carroll) 304 – IIIretired before’15-16 season
14. Ron Beaschler (Ohio Northern) 298 – III
15. Bruce Haberli (New York Univ./Manhattan) 292 – I/III
16. Duane Goldman (Indiana Univ.) 281 – I
17. Lonnie Morris (Johnson & Wales) 281 – III
18. Jim Makovsky (Minn. St.-Mankato/Valley City St.) 276 – II
19. Rob Koll (Cornell) 266 – I
20. Dave Pacheo (Sacramento City College) 260 – CaCC
21. Pat Whitcomb (North Idaho Jr. Coll.) 250 – Juco
22. Jim Zalesky (Oregon St./Iowa) 250 – I
23. Dave Mitchell (Luther College) 250 – III
24. Brian Smith (Missouri) 239 – I
25. Randy Steward (Loras College) 235 – III
26. Tom Ryan (Ohio St./Hofstra) 233 – I
27. Mark Manning (Nebraska/Nor.Iowa) 233 – I
28. Robin Ersland (Minot St./Cent. Miss. Etc.) 229 – II
29. Martin Nichols (Ithaca College) 225 – III +
30. Barry Davis (Wisconsin) 220-– I
31. Joe McFarland (Michigan/Indiana) 219– I
32. Jay Jones (Rhode Island College) 217 – III
33. Marc Bauer (Nebraska-Kearney) 215 – II
34. Steve Costanzo (St. Cloud St./Dana Coll.) 213 – II/NAIA
35. Mike Duroe (Cornell Coll./Nor. Mich.) 208 – III/I
36. Tim Flynn (Edinboro St.) 206 – I
37. Mike Ritchey (Southern Oregon State) 204 – NAIA
38. Joel Greenlee (Ohio Univ.) 202 – I
39. Jon Laudenslager (Wilkes Univ.) 202 – III
40. Tom Brands (Iowa, Va. Tech) 196 – I
41. Drew Black (Wesleyan / Phoenix Coll.) 192 – III/Juco (inc.)
42. John Oostendorp (Coe College) 192 – III
43. Jason Valek (Newberry) 191 – II
44. Brad Bruhn (SUNY-Cortland) 190– III
45. Tom Minkel (Mich. St./Cent. Mich.) 187– I
46. Don Henry (Gannon Univ.) 183 – II
47. Frank Romano (Notre Dame College/Kent St.) 178 – NAIA/I
48. Mike Machholz (Missouri Valley) 175 – NAIA
49. Robert Fisher (Kutztown Univ.) 175 – II
50. Johnny Johnson (Wisc.-Stevens Point) 174 – III

May 7, 2016 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Division I Dual Meet Records 2015-2016

The following list is what we have found for the dual meet records of Division I teams for this past season.  Once the records from all colleges is gathered we will update the historical records of college programs and for the individual coaches.  If you notice something missing, incorrect or in need of adjustment please contact us at martinkfleming@gmail.com
Division I – College Team Dual Records 2015-2016
Division I – College Team Dual Records 2015-2016
School St. Coach Ws Ls Pct.
Air Force Academy CO I Barber, Samuel 8 6 0.571
American University DC I Moore, Teague 6 9 0.400
Appalachian State NC I Bentley, John Mark 12 4 0.750
Arizona State AZ I Jones, Zeke 12 7 0.632
Army (USMA-West Point) NY I Ward, Kevin 3 7 0.300
Bloomsburg University PA I Mester, Jason 1 18 0.053
Boise State ID I Randall, Greg 3 9 0.250
Brown Univ. RI I Beckerman, Todd 5 10 0.333
Bucknell Univ. PA I Wirnsberger, Dan 12 6 0.667
Buffalo Univ. (SUNY) NY I Stutzman, John 10 9 0.526
Calf. State Bakersfield CA I Mendoza, Mike 11 4 0.733
Calf. State POLY SLO CA I Buckley, Brendan 3 9 0.250
Campbell University NC I Kolat, Cary 3 13 0.188
Central Michigan MI I Borrelli, Tom 11 5 0.688
Citadel, The SC I Hjerling, Rob 5 10 0.333
Clarion Univ. PA I Ferraro, Keith 7 12 0.368
Cleveland State OH I Stehura, Ben 8 8 0.500
Columbia Univ. NY I Fronhofer, Carl 9 7 0.563
Cornell University NY I Koll, Rob 6 5 0.545
Davidson College NC I Patnesky, Bob 4 14 0.222
Drexel University PA I Azevedo, Matt 10 7 0.588
Duke University NC I Lenham, Glen 6 9 0.400
East Stroudsburg PA I Rivera, Joey 6 9 0.400
Eastern Michigan University MI I Bolyard, David 8 7 0.533
Edinboro Univ. PA I Flynn, Tim 8 11 0.421
Franklin & Marshall PA I Rogers, Mike 6 12 0.333
Garner-Webb University NC I Elliott, Daniel 9 6 0.600
George Mason Univ. VA I Russell, Joe 7 14 0.333
Harvard University MA I Weiss, Jay 8 4 0.667
Hofstra University NY I Popadatos, Dennis 5 13 0.278
Illinois, University of IL I Heffernan, Jim 13 5 0.722
Indiana University IN I Goldman, Duane 6 7 0.462
Iowa State University IA I Jackson, Kevin 10 6 0.625
Iowa University of IA I Brands, Tom 16 1 0.941
Kent State University OH I Andrassy, Jim 15 3 0.833
Lehigh University PA I Santoro, Pat 13 3 0.813
Lock Haven Univ. PA I More,Scott 9 9 0.500
Maryland, University of MD I McCoy, Terry 5 13 0.278
Michigan State University MI I Minkel, Tom 2 14 0.125
Michigan, University of MI I McFarland, Joe 13 3 0.813
Millersville Univ. of Penn. At PA I Roberts, Todd 6 9 0.400
Minnesota, University of MN I Robinson, J 10 8 0.556
Missouri University of MO I Smith, Brian 14 2 0.875
Nebraska University NE I Manning, Mark 11 6 0.647
North Carolina State NC I Popolizio, Pat 23 1 0.958
North Carolina University NC I Scott, Coleman 13 5 0.722
North Dakota State ND I Kish, Roger 4 6 0.400
Northern Colorado/Col. St. Coll. CO I Nickerson, Troy 4 7 0.364
Northern Illinois IL I Ludwig, Ryan 6 10 0.375
Northern Iowa Univ. (IA St. Teachers, St. Coll. Of Iowa) IA I Schwab, Doug 4 10 0.286
Northwestern University IL I Storniolo, Matt 2 13 0.133
Ohio State University OH I Ryan, Tom 11 3 0.786
Ohio University OH I Greenlee, Joel 13 3 0.813
Oklahoma State (A & M) OK I Smith, John 13 3 0.813
Oklahoma University OK I Cody, Mark 10 5 0.667
Old Dominion University VA I Martin, Steve 6 13 0.316
Oregon State University OR I Zalesky, Jim 11 6 0.647
Penn State University PA I Sandersoon, Cael 16 0 1.000
Pennsylvania PA I Tirapelle, Alex 6 6 0.500
Pittsburgh, University of PA I Peters, Jason 10 7 0.588
Princeton NJ I Ayres, Chris 8 8 0.500
Purdue University IN I Ersland, Tony 9 8 0.529
Rider University NJ I Taylor, Gary 12 9 0.571
Rutgers University NJ I Goodale, Scott 16 5 0.762
Sacred Heart University CT I Lausier, Andy 2 13 0.133
South Dakota State SD I Bono, Chris 14 6 0.700
Stanford University CA I Borelli, Jason 11 4 0.733
SUNY Binghamton State NY I Dernlan, Matt 11 7 0.611
Tenn.-Chattanooga, Univ. of TN I Eslinger, Heath 12 4 0.750
U.S. Naval Academy MD I Sharratt, Joel 10 3 0.769
Utah Valley State UT I Williams, Greg 4 10 0.286
Virginia Military Institute VA I Skretkowicz, Chris 3 10 0.231
Virginia Tech VA I Dresser, Kevin 16 2 0.889
Virginia, University of VA I Garland, Steve 6 7 0.462
West Virginia University WV I Henson, Sammie 8 10 0.444
Wisconsin University WI I Davis, Barry 4 8 0.333
Wyoming University WY I Branch, Mark 6 6 0.500

Totals 659 571 0.536

April 15, 2016 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

From N.C. Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame

March 23, 2016

Dear friends:

One or more of the North Carolina  class of 2016 honorees and the national wrestling hall of fame and museum cordially invites you to attend the 14th “hall of Fame day” celebration on may 15, 2016 at the Friday center in chapel hill.  The social will begin at 2:oo p.m. with dinner served at 3:00 p.m. The award presentation will follow dinner.

The purpose of this banquet is to honor and recognize individuals for their years of commitment as positive role models to our student athletes.  The class of 2016 has given countless hours of their time instilling in young people the skills needed to succeed in all areas of life.  The Lifetime Service to wrestling award is for years of dedication to the sport of wrestling as a coach, official, or contributor.  They will be permanently recognized at the national wrestling hall of fame and museum in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

The Class of 2016

“lifetime Service to wrestling” award

WAYNE BARKER            GREG HARDIN

ARLENE LAIL                                R.L. LAIL

 NORMAN OSTEEN                               GORDON PATRICK

OUTSTANDING AMERICAN

ROBERT BRAWLEY

This is an opportunity for you to honor these great individuals and promote the positive aspects of our oldest and greatest sport—“wrestling”!  A registration form is enclosed for the “Hall of Fame Day” celebration.  Please complete the appropriate sections and return to the address listed.

We are looking forward to may 15th—a great day for North Carolina’s outstanding individuals and the sport of wrestling.  North Carolina can be proud of these deserving honorees.

Yours in wrestling,
Rex Wells, President
North Carolina chapter

April 9, 2016 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

NC Hall of Fame Banquet details

North Carolina Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame

North Carolina Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame

Class of 2016

Lifetime Service to Wrestling

  • Wayne Barker
  • Greg Hardin
  • Arlene Lail
  • L. Lail
  • Norman Osteen
  • Gordy Patrick

 Outstanding American

  • Robert Brawley

Induction on:

Sunday, May 15, 2016

at the Friday Center Chapel Hill, NC

Reception 2:00 P.M.

Banquet 3:00 P.M.

Cost $45

 Tickets available at: nc-nwhof.ticketleap.com

 For more information:

Rex Wells

828-779-1474

April 9, 2016 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

ECU Clinic on April 10th

Scan of clinic flyer

April 6, 2016 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Wrestling Hall of Fame

The Inductions for the National Wrestling Hall of Fame – North Carolina chapter will be in Chapel Hill at the Friday Center on Sunday May 15th.  This is a great chance to interact with many of the top coaches of today and yesterday.  This year’s inductees will be:
Gordy Patrick (of West Carteret H.S.)
Greg Hardin (Eastern Randolph)
Wayne Barker (Eden Morehead)
R.L. & Arlene Lail (West Rowan)
Norman Osteen (Strong & Courageous/North Henderson/Edneyville)
all of the above for “Lifetime Service to Wrestling”
Congressman Robert Brawley will be inducted as an “Outstanding American”

This will be the 14th “Hall of Fame Day” for the North Carolina chapter.  The inductees will be permanently recognized at the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Tickets can be purchased online at http://nc-nwhof.ticketleap.com/

 

 

April 4, 2016 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

2016 Big Awards

We are in the process of determining the James Johnson, Michael Stokes, Roy Heverly and Lee Carroll Award winners for the 2015-2016 season.  These awards are to honor the top senior and underclassmen wrestlers in eastern North Carolina.  The awards look like the ones pictured here yet with updated name plaques of course.IMG_5130
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April 3, 2016 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

TDR Top 12 Plaques

These pictures are of some of the plaques presented last year.  All of the wrestlers pictured will receive another plaque for this season.  Yet in our efforts to ship this year’s awards to the wrestlers we neglected to photograph this year’s collection of plaques.  Oops!

Wilson Smith of Rocky Mount H.S.

Wilson Smith of Rocky Mount H.S.

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March 30, 2016 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

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