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NU Wrestling (H.S. & College) List of Champions 2022-23

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Grey Shirt
10 Year Member
11 NCAA Div 1 National Champions, 110 All-Americans, 22 Top-10 NCAA Finishes, 7 Conference Championships, 700 All-Time Dual Wins, including 270 wins under Manning! All-time winningest wrestling coach in program history, NU has recorded at least 10 dual wins in 37 of the last 42 seasons, including racking up a 270-102-3 record under current Head Coach Mark Manning.
Over the past 22 years
, the Huskers have finished in the top 10 at the NCAA Championships 11 times and racked up 70 All-America honors, including five individual national titles. 19 Individual Conference Champions Coached.
In the classroom, NU wrestlers have earned 60 NWCA All-Academic Team selections en route to seven CoSIDA Academic All-America awards
(updated 24 Apr 2023)
List of State champions on NU 22-23 wrestling team: :Shout::HuskersN:

[1 x 5-time state champion, 3 x 4-time state champions], 4 x 3-time state Champions, 12 x 2 time state Champions, four 1-time state champions!!]

Liam Cronim……………125………………….Graduate………………..Orange, Calif.

  • Fifth at 2023 NCAA tournament
  • Second 2023 B1G tournament
  • U23 World Team Trials champion in 2019 (Greco-Roman)
  • Won gold at the FILA Junior Greco World Cup
  • Seven-time Junior Fargo All-American, split between Freestyle and Greco-Roman
Quinton Chavez……………125…………………RsFr………………Gering NE...In Transfer Portal
  • Two-time high school Class B state wrestling champion
  • Broke the Gering school record for most wins in a career with 163
Jacob Van Dee...........................125........................Fr.................Erie, Pa. (Cathedral Prep)
  • 2021 Pennsylvania state champion at 113
  • three-year mark of 92-20.
Boo Dryden………………….133………………..RsSr……………….Witchita KS
  • Two-time Kansas High School state champion
  • 2019 NJCAA National Champion at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
Alex Thomsen..........133...........Jr........................NEOLA, IOWA UNDERWOOD
  • Four-time Iowa Class 1A state champion; 190-1 record in high school
  • Was the sixth-ranked 126-pounder in the Class of 2018 by InterMat
  • Rated the seventh-best 126 pounder in the nation in the Class of 2018 by FloWrestling
  • First at 60KG in 2020 USA Wrestling Senior Nationals – Greco-Roman
Dominick Serrano………….133…………So……………..Windsor, Colo. (Windsor) (Entered Transfer Portal to N. Colorado)
  • Compiled 168-0 record with 122 victories by fall
  • Four-time Colorado state champion; Class 4A titles at 120 lbs (2017), 126 lbs (2018) and 132 lbs (2019, 2020)
  • Junior National Freestyle Champion
  • Cadet National Freestyle Champion
  • 2020 Wrestling USA Dream Team Scholastic All-American
  • A Super 32 All-American, Serrano is ranked No. 2 at 132 pounds by Intermat.
  • 2020 Scholastic All-American Dream Team.
  • Amateur Wrestling News (AWN) magazine Second Team High School All-America
  • Colorado's Hall of Fame 2020 High School Athlete of the Year
Kyle Burwick......................133............RSJr..........................Hettinger, N.D.
  • Placed fifth at the 2021 Big Ten Championships while at Wisconsin U.
  • Five-time North Dakota state champion
  • 293-18 high school career record
  • Three-time member of the Academic Honor Roll
Hayden Mills......................133............Fr..........................Overland Park, Kan
  • Three-time individual state champion (2019, 2020, 2022)
Dayne Morton...............133............Sr...................Sibley East/Northern State ..In Transfer Portal
  • 2018 Minnesota State Champion
  • 2017 FLO Reno Worlds All-American
Blake Cushing............141...............RsFr.........................Grand Island NE
  • 2020 State Champion (126)
Brock Hardy…………141………………..RsSo………..Brigham City, Utah (Box Elder)
  • Sixth at 2023 NCAA tournament
  • 2023 second B1G championships
  • Four-time Utah high school state champion
  • Five-time first-place finisher at USA Folkstyle Nationals.
  • Ranked as high as No. 2 at 145 pounds by some recruiting services.
  • Graduated from high school in 2018 and served two-year LDS mission to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • 2021 NWCA Scholar All-American
Ridge Lovett.................149..............Jr..................Post Falls, Idaho, Post Falls HS..............REDSHIRT for 2022-23 season!
Nebraska’s Best Male Athlete Award 2022
2021-2022 NCAA Runner Up 2022 NCAA Championship final
2020-2021 Second in B1G championship at 149
2019-2020 Honorable Mention All-American; 17-8 regular-season mark
Amateur Wrestling News magazine 2019-20 All-Rookie Team

  • U23 freestyle division, Ridge Lovett (65 kg) finished third
  • 4th place 2022 B1G champion
  • UWW Junior Freestyle 2020 National Champion at 61 kg
  • No. 3 overall prospect in the class of 2019 in the FloWrestling recruiting rankings
  • 169-0 record in high school and was a four-time 5A state champion
  • Won the national championship in Greco-Roman at the USA Wrestling Junior National championships in Fargo, N.D.
  • 2019 Idaho Wrestler of the Year
  • Academic ALL Big 10 - 2021
Dayne Morton..............149...............Sr..........................Sibley East/Northern State
  • 2018 Minnesota State Champion
Tyler Antoniak.......157........So........Millard South.....Transfer in from Arizona State
  • Two time Nebraska state champ
Nic Stoltenberg……….157...…...RsFr.. ..Omaha Neb-Omaha Skutt ..In Transfer Portal
  • Three-time Nebraska state champion (2018 (126 lbs), 2019 (138 lbs), 2020 (152 lbs))
  • 39-4 record as a senior
  • 140-23 overall prep record, with 13 of those losses coming during his freshman season
Peyton Robb..................157.......Jr......Owatonna High School in Owatonna, Minnesota,
Sixth at 2023 NCAA Tournament
2022-2023 Second B1G championships
2021-2022
4th place 2022 NCAA Finals at 157
2020-2021 Fourth in B1G championship at 165
2019-2020 (Fr) Third in B1G championship, Honorable Mention All-American

  • U23 freestyle division Peyton Robb (74 kg) placed fourth
  • 5th place 2022 B1G champion at 157
  • Outstanding Male Newcomer 2019-20 year, after helping the Husker wrestling team to an 11-3 record, a No. 4 national ranking and a Third place finish at the Big Ten Wrestling Championships.
  • Nebraska redshirt freshman Peyton Robb finished second in the 70 kg challenge tournament on Friday at the 2019 USA Wrestling Junior World Team Trials.
  • Was the second-ranked 160-pounder and the No. 26 pound-for-pound wrestler in the Class of 2018 according to InterMat. #1 at 160 according to TOM.
  • Was FloWrestling’s seventh-ranked wrestler at 160 pounds in the Class of 2018.
  • School’s first three-time state champion and racked up a combined 155-6 record in high school
  • Capped his prep career with an undefeated 48-0 season and the MSHSL Class AAA title at 160 pounds as a senior in 2018
  • Won the Class AAA title at 120 pounds after going 29-3 as a sophomore in 2016
  • Won his first state title as a freshman in 2015, as he went 42-2 and won the Class AAA title at 106 pounds
  • Was the 2017 Minnesota junior state freestyle and Greco-Roman champion in 2017 at 160 pounds
  • Won both the Greco-Roman and freestyle brackets at 69 kg at the 2017 Pan-American Championships
Bubba Wilson...............157-165............So.........................Manhattan, Kan., Manhattan HS
  • U23 freestyle division, Bubba Wilson (74 kg) placed fourth
  • 6th place 2022 B1G championship-went to NCAA championship DNP
  • 19-1 overall record 2021-21
  • Won a state championship at MHS in 2019
  • Earned a state title during the Freestyle and Greco-Roman season this past summer
  • FloWrestling ranked him as the No. 11 high school wrestler in the country at 152 lbs
  • Academic All-Big Ten (2021)
Reese Davis.......................157..............Fr...................Tuttle OK
  • Two-time Oklahoma state champion
  • Two-time Takedown King
  • 2022 Geary Invitational Champion
  • Four-time team state champions
  • Four-time team regional champions
  • Two-time Oklahoma state champion
  • Four-time Oklahoma state finalist
Antrell Taylor..................Fr..................157/165..................Omaha, Neb. (Millard South)
  • Two-time Nebraska Class A state champion
  • Ranked No. 6 in his weight class by FloWrestling.
Tahjae Jenkins-Harris.....165................So.............................North Las Vegas, Nev., Legacy
  • 35-0 record during his senior year
  • High School Athlete of the Year 2020
Jagger Condomitti............RsFr...................165..................Northampton, Pa. (Northampton Area)
  • 2021 HS State champion
  • 2019 Journeymen World Classic gold medalist
  • Ranked #13 pound-for-pound in the country for the 2021 class
  • Super 32 All-American, a NHSCA Sophomore Championship in 2019, All-America honors at the 2018 Fargo Cadet National Championships
  • Ranked #2 in Nation by Flo Wrestling for H.S. 2021
Cameron Graham.............Fr.............165..............Stromsburg, Neb TRANSFERRING to Kearny State
  • Two-time Nebraska state champion
  • 56-0 senior season record, 213-9 prep career record
  • Four-time Nebraska state qualifier
  • Holds Class C All-Time Career wins record
Elise Brown Ton...…..174...……...So...……………………...Allen, TX
  • Two-time Texas state champion, capturing the UIL titles in 2019 (152) and 2020 (160)
  • 170-pound Reno Tournament of Champions crown in 2019, pinning three of his six opponents
  • Won three consecutive Texas-USA Wrestling State Championship titles in Freestyle and Greco-Roman
  • In 2019, he won the Junior Boys 160-pound division after capturing Cadet titles in 2017 and 2018.
Mikey Labriola..............Sr……….....174...............EASTON, PA. BETHLEHEM CATHOLIC
Nebraska'a first 5 TIME All American!!!
Second at 2023 NCAA Tournament
2022-2023 second at B1G championships
2021-2022 7th place NCAA Championship
2020-2021 Third in NCAA Championship-All American

2020-2021 Third in B1G championship
2019-2020 Second-Team All-American
2018-19 NCAA Championships – 6th – 174 pounds as RsFr

  • 5th place 2022 B1G champion
  • Ranked fifth nationally in the FloWrestling Class of 2017 Big Board
  • #1 ranked HS Sr wrestler at 170 pounds in the FloRankings and InterMat rankings
  • Racked up 166 career victories in high school
  • Went 44-0 en route to the 2017 Pennsylvania state championship at 170 pounds
  • Named 2017 Morning Call All-Area Wrestler of the Year
  • Won the 2016 Pennsylvania state championship at 170 pounds
Lenny Pinto...........RsFr.............174 or 184.........Stroudsburg, Pa. (Stroudsburg)
  • 2020 Pennsylvania state champion at 170 pound
  • State championship junior campaign included a school-record 44 wins on the season
  • Earned gold in freestyle at 2019 Fargo Cadet National Championships/bronze in Greco-Roman.
  • A 2019 NHSCA Sophomore Champion and a Super 32 All-American
  • Ranked #1 in Nation by FloWrestling at 182 for H.S. 2021
  • Ranked No. 5 in his weight class by Intermat
Nathan Haas…………184……….RsSo……….Norwalk, Calif. (St. John Bosco) (Entered Transfer Portal-Transfered to California Baptist)
  • Won two, 2019, 2020, California state titles at 182 pounds and owns a 2019 USAW National Folkstyle Wrestling title at 181 pounds. A 2018 Junior Cadet title winner,
  • A Top 10-rated recruit by FloWrestling (No. 7), InterMat (No. 9) and The Open Mat (No. 8), Haas earned a first-place finish at the California World Challenge this past October.
  • 2020 Scholastic All-American!
Brandyn Van Tassell………………..184………..So………Mapleton, Utah (Maple Mountain)
  • Won a Class 5A Utah state championship at 182 pounds in 2018.
  • He also won a state title in 2017, wrestling less than one year removed from tearing both his ACL and LCL in his knee.
  • Van Tassell graduated from high school in 2018 and served a two-year LDS mission. He will join the Nebraska wrestling program for the 2020-21 campaign.
Silas Allred…………197………………..RsSo……………….Muncie, Ind. (Shenadoah)
  • B1G 2023 Conference champion
  • Silas Allred won the 2022 U20 Challenge Tournament
  • Two-time Indiana state champion at 195 pounds after taking fifth in 2018 at 182 pounds, Silas Allred became the first-ever wrestler at his high school to win a state title.
  • He also won the 2018 Cadet Freestyle Championship at 195 pounds and earned a USA Wrestling National High School Folkstyle title in April.
  • He is ranked Fourth at 195 pounds by Intermat.
  • 146-2 career record in high school with 138 victories by fall
  • FloNationals champion
  • Won 74 consecutive matches at one point during his prep career
  • 2020 Wrestling USA Academic All-American with 4.317 GPA
  • Dave Schultz High School Excellence Award recipient
  • Named to the 2020 Scholastic All-American Academic Team with a 4.317 GPA..
  • Amateur Wrestling News (AWN) magazine Third Team High School All-America
  • Wrestling Insider Newsmagazine's (WIN) Wrestler of the Year in Indiana
NATE WEMSTROM.......Fr......197........Villa Park, Ill ..In Transfer Portal
  • 2022 state champion
  • Won the 2019 U-15 Pan American Championships at 85 kg
Austin Emerson...................285....Jr......TEMPERANCE, MICH. BEDFORD
  • State champion and two-time state finalist with a 144-22 overall record
  • Sixth-ranked heavyweight in the Class of 2018, according to FloWrestling
  • InterMat ranked Emerson as the No. 11 wrestler at 285 pounds in the Class of 2018
  • Won NHSCA Senior National Championships title at 285 pounds in 2018
CALE DAVIDSON ................285.....SR........Wichita, KS H.S......Wyoming/Goddard
  • 182-pound Class 5A Kansas state champion as a Junior
  • 195 pounds his senior year and repeated as a state champion
Harley Andrews..................Fr................285.................Hinton OK, Tuttle
  • Three time State Champion
  • Andrews was ranked No. 6 at 285 by FloWrestling.
  • 2020, 2021, & 2022 Oklahoma state champion at 195, 220, 285
  • Captured the 2019 Preseason and Mid-American Nationals titles
  • 2022 OWCA 4A Wrestler of the Year
 
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Nebraska wrestling 2022 commits:

11-22-21NebraskaAlan KoehlerPrior LakeMN125
04-27-22NebraskaWeston DaltonPueblo EastCO157
10-08-22NebraskaCamden McDanelTeays ValleyOH197
07-01-22NebraskaTanner FrothingerEagleID141/149
04-19-22NebraskaKael LauridsenBenningtonNE133/141


Lauridsen has won back to back Greco Roman National Championships in Fargo at 120 lbs! He also won a fifth place finish for Freestyle at Fargo.

Koehler finished third in GR at 120 lbs at Fargo and third place in Freestyle.

Ismael Ayoub wrestled at 138 Freestyle finished second at Fargo. Ayoub is currently on the NU wrestling team roster.

Congratulations to all three.
 
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Ten Years of: Nebraska Wrestling (2013-22)
NCAA Qualifiers (82)
NCAA All-Americans (28)
NCAA Champions (0)
NWCA All-Americans (6)
Round of 12 Finishers (11)
Big Ten Champions (3)
Big Ten Runner's-Up (12)


2022-09-20

Best Wrestlers in Nebraska History


Ridge Lovett, Peyton Robb, Mikey Labriola, Eric Schultz, and Christian Lance added medals to the list in 2022.

NJ legend and Olympic champion Jordan Burroughs leads the pack with his two NCAA titles.

NJ state champion James Green became a four-time NCAA All-American for Nebraska in 2015 before winning multiple world medals.

The top six wrestlers in Huskers history won a total of nineteen NCAA medals and five titles.

All were NCAA finalists, and they include four NCAA champions, a two-time champion, and a four-time All-American.

Check out the best Nebraska wrestlers of all-time ranked by NCAA medals!

Here are the top six!

Rank - ________Name - _____ Score - NCAA Finishes/Medals
#1 - Jordan Burroughs - 2011 - 42 ------------ 3,1,1
#2 - Bryan Snyder - 2002 ------ 40 -----------4,5,2,2
#3 - Tolly Thompson - 1997 --- 36 ------------ 1,3,3
#4 - Bill Scherr - 1984 ---------- 35 ------------ 4,3,1
#5 - Corey Olson - 1993 -------- 34 ------------ 3,2,2
#5 - Jason Kelber - 1991 ------- 34 ------------ 6,2,1

There have been 68 All-American wrestlers who have won 121 medals in Nebraska history!

Burroughs' latest victory marked his sixth World Championship, the most ever by an American freestyle wrestler. Burroughs was also the 2008 Olympic champion, and his seven combined World and Olympic titles are also the most by an American wrestler."

NEBRASKA OLYMPIANS

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Huskers have won 25 medals at the World Championships, including titles by Bill Scherr in 1985, Rulon Gardner in 2001 and Burroughs in 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2021, and 2022. Green also medaled for the United States in 2015, when he took bronze in freestyle at 70 kg. Brad Vering was named the 2007 Greco-Roman Wrestler of the Year by USA Wrestling after his silver-medal performance at the 2007 World Championships.

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Tripple Crown Winners:

Jordan Burroughs (Nebraska)
NCAA: 2009, 2011
Worlds: 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2021, 2022
Olympics: 2012

Almost made it:
Bill Scherr won an NCAA title for Nebraska in 1984, a World title in 1985, and a bronze medal at the 1988 Olympics.
 
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Lovett will Redshirt!!!?
Redshirt freshman Lenny Pinto beat out fellow redshirt freshman Nathan Haas on 29 Oct at Nebraska’s wrestle-offs.

INTERMAT college individual rankings as of 6 Dec 2022:

Nebraska:
125: Liam Cronin #11
132: Boo Dryden #33
141: Brock Hardy #10
149: Ridge Lovett #2 --- REDSHIRT
149: Dayne Morton NR
157: Peyton Robb #2
165: Bubba Wilson #23
174: Mikey Labriola #2
184: Larry Pinto #12

197: Silas Allred #23
HVY: Cale Davidson #NR
  • A 174-pound senior from Easton, Penn., Labriola returns looking to become the first-ever five-time All-American. Labriola is currently one of only three four-time All-Americans in the history of Nebraska wrestling. Last season, he finished fifth at the Big Ten Championships and his seventh-place finish at NCAAs cemented his All-American status.
  • Labriola was second on the team last year with 23 wins, giving him a career record of 92-26. This season, he has the chance to be the 30th all-time member of the 100-win club and would join former teammate Taylor Venz. All but one of Labriola's losses last season were to wrestlers ranked in the top 10.

Div 1 Dual rankings from FloWrestling:

RANKSCHOOLCONFERENCERECORDLAST
1Penn StateBig Ten3-01
2IowaBig Ten6-02
3Ohio StateBig Ten3-03
4Arizona StatePac-122-04
5MichiganBig Ten3-06
6MissouriBig 122-17
7NorthwesternBig Ten1-08
8Iowa StateBig 125-19
9MinnesotaBig Ten3-010
10Oklahoma StateBig 123-15
11NC StateACC5-011
12WisconsinBig Ten5-112
13CornellEIWA0-113
14NebraskaBig Ten1-216
15Virginia TechACC0-114
16Northern IowaBig 120-017
17North CarolinaACC1-218
18North Dakota StateBig 122-019
19MarylandBig Ten4-020
20PittsburghACC3-121
21LehighEIWA3-322
22OklahomaBig 122-123
23South Dakota StateBig 121-124

Tournament rankings:
1Penn StateBig Ten94.51
2IowaBig Ten78.52
3MissouriBig 1262.57
4CornellEIWA61.56
5Iowa StateBig 125910
6Arizona StatePac-1250.53
7MinnesotaBig Ten45.59
8NorthwesternBig Ten43.58
9MichiganBig Ten414
10Oklahoma StateBig 1240.511
11NebraskaBig Ten4016
11Ohio StateBig Ten405
13Virginia TechACC39.512
14WisconsinBig Ten39.514
15PittsburghACC37.515
16PrincetonEIWA37.512
17Northern IowaBig 122917
18LehighEIWA24.5NR
19NC StateACC2419
20PurdueBig Ten19NR
 
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2023 Recruits: High ranked individuals in this class.

4-27-22NebraskaWeston DaltonPueblo EastCO157
10-08-22NebraskaCamden McDanelTeays ValleyOH197
07-01-22NebraskaTanner FrothingerEagleID141/149
11-14-22NebraskaEthan StilesConantIL157/165
04-19-22NebraskaKael LauridsenBenningtonNE133/141
11-22-21NebraskaAlan KoehlerPrior LakeMN125
Recruiting target: #6 Joel Adams, Millard South, 145. UPDATE: Going to Michigan!!

Dalton: 2x Minnesota state champ ︎and Fargo Double All-American, Ranked #4 in country at 145
McDanel: Cadet Fargo National Champion, Ranked No. 8 in the country at 195 lbs
Lauridsen: 3x Nebraska state champ a︎nd 2x Greco-Roman National champion, Ranked #13 in country at 120
Frothinger: 3x Idaho State champion
Koehler: 2x Minnesota state champ, Ranked #4 in country at 120
Stiles: 2x Illinois State Champion ▶︎ Ranked No. 6 in the country at 160 lbs

Rankings are from FLOWRESTLING
 
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Wrestling: All Three Husker Commits Impress at Super 32​

Weston Dalton​

8-seed at 145 pounds​

Finished 2d.

1 Dylan Gilcher (MI)
2 Weston Dalton (CO)
3 Koy Buesgens (MN)
4 Cooper Haase (FL)
5 Mac Church (PA)
6 Joel Adams (NE)

Camden McDanel​

2-seed at 195 pounds​

Finished 4th.

1 Jude Correa (NH)
2 Aeoden Sinclair (WI)
3 Rune Lawrence (PA)
4 Camden McDanel (OH)
5 Joey Novak (MN)

Alan Koehler​

6-seed at 120 pounds​

Injury default!
In the quarterfinal round, Koehler injured his knee.
 
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TOM NCAA Div 1 Wrestler Rankings: 6 Dec 2022

Nebraska:
125: Liam Cronin #11

141: Brock Hardy #6
157: Peyton Robb #2
174: Mikey Labriola #2
184: Lenny Pinto #18

197: Silas Allred #17
 

Walsh Jesuit Ironman 2022 Results:​


"Nebraska had four signees and another couple commits in the field.
With all six of Nebraska recruits finishing as medalists.
Of Nebraska’s 2023 recruiting class, Nebraska had wrestling: 5-seed Kael Lauridsen at 120 pounds (No. 12 nationally at 120), 3-seed Weston Dalton at 150 pounds (No. 5 at 152), 2-seed Ethan Stiles (No. 6 at 160), and Camden McDanel at 190 pounds (No. 8 at 195). Also competing was Matthew Moore at 285 pounds. According to MattScouts, Moore is committed to Nebraska and is ranked No. 7 in the country at heavyweight. I have not been able to confirm this though, so take it for what it is."


5-seed Kael Lauridsen at 120: Fifth
3-seed Weston Dalton at 150 pounds: Fourth
2-seed Ethan Stiles at 157 (No. 6 at 160): First
Camden McDanel
at 190 pounds (No. 8 at 195): Second
Matthew Moore
at 285 pounds (#7): Second
Omar Ayoub
6-seed (ranked No. 9) at 138 pounds: Fourth
 
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The Nebraska wrestling team finalized its 2023 recruiting class this week.
FLO Wrestling H.S. National Ranking 14 Dec 2022:
Weston Dalton – 150.....#6
......Pueblo, Colo. (East) (2 x state champ)
Ethan DeLeon – 170.........North Sioux City, S.D. (Bishop Heelan)
Cooper French – 165.......Flagstaff, Ariz. (Coconino) (2 x state champ)
Tanner Frothinger – ....141.....Eagle, Idaho (Eagle) (3 x state champ)
Hampton Kaye-Kuter – 220.
......Milford, Ma. (Milford) (1 x state champ)
Alan Koehler – 120.... #7.
.....Prior Lake, Minn. (Prior Lake) (2 x state champ)
Kael Lauridsen – 120....#6.
......Bennington, Neb. (Bennington) (3 x state champ)
Camden McDanel – 190
.....#7.....Circleville, Ohio (Teays Valley) (Cadet Fargo National Champion)
Matthew Moore – 285.... #6.....Waupun, Wis. (Mesa Ridge) (1 x state champ)
Griffin Ray – 152........Hillsboro, Mo. (Hillsboro)
Ethan Stiles – 157.....#6.....Hoffman Estates, Ill. (Conant) (2 x state champ)
Dominic Thebeau – 182......Belleville, Ill. (Belleville East)
Tyler Antoniak - 157........ Millard North (2 x state champ) Transfer from Arizona State

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Labriola could be the first NU wrestler to notch five All American honors!

"The Easton, Pennsylvania, native has earned All-American honors in 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022. He eyes his fifth after being granted an extra year of eligibility due to COVID-19.

Labriola has already surpassed the 100-win career total."
 
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Nebraska 2023 signed Recruits State Championship results:

Lauridsen:
Wins 4th State championship at 126 with win over Adams of Hastings 5-3. (ranked #8 in nation)
Weston Dalton wins third Colordo state championship at 150. (ranked #13 in Nation)
Frothinger loses bid for fourth state tittle at 126. (Ranked #16 in nation.)
Hampton Kaye-Kuter wins second state tittle at 220.
Alan Koehler
wins third state tittle at 126. (ranked #7 in nation)
Camden McDanel wins state tournament at 190. (Ranked #2 in the Nation)
Mathew Moore lost championship match to Lopez at 285. (still Ranked #8 in Nation)
Griffin Ray wins state tittle at 165.
Ethan Stiles wins third state tittle at 160. (ranked #4 in Nation)
Dominic Thebeau
wins third place at state finals at 182.
Cooper French wins third state championship at 165.
Ethan DeLeon
gets second in state final at 170
Omar Ayoub (Jr) Dublin Coffman OH won his Second state championship. (Ranked #10 in Nation at 138)

 
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I was really hopeful that my HS classmate's son was going to NU... Wrestled at Hastings High. Landon Weidner. The kid has a work ethic and a passion for wrestling. He won his first wrestling tournament before he was in kindergarten. Back to back State titles and I believe a second place his sophomore year. Augustana is going to have a good group as they have a couple of other state champs from Hastings going there as well. NU offered him but he wanted to go with his teammates.
 



5 May 2023 Nebraska Recruits HS Rankings:
FLO Wrestling H.S. National Ranking:

Weston Dalton – 150.....#21
......Pueblo, Colo. (East) (1 x state champ)
Tanner Frothinger – 141...#17 ...
Eagle, Idaho (Eagle) (3 x state champ)
Alan Koehler – 126.... #7
....Prior Lake, Minn. (Prior Lake) (2 x state champ)
Kael Lauridsen – 126....#16.
......Bennington, Neb. (Bennington) (3 x state champ)
Camden McDanel – 190/220
.....#4.....Circleville, Ohio (Teays Valley)1 x state champ) (Cadet Fargo National Champion)
Matthew Moore – 285.... #10.....Waupun, Wis. (Mesa Ridge) (1 x state champ)
Ethan Stiles – 157.
....#4.....Hoffman Estates, Ill. (Conant) (2 x state champ)

HS Junior:

#8JROmar AyoubDublin CoffmanOHNebraska138
(2 x state champ)
 
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"Looking back at the last ten years, here are some updated figures regarding key benchmarks in college wrestling.
Since there was no national tournament in 2020, our look has extended back to the 2013 season. Also, remember that the Ivy League schools did not participate during the 2021 season, so their numbers may have taken a slight hit, as a result."

NCAA Titles: Nebraska = 0 (NU last title was Burroughs in 2009 and 2011)
NCAA Finalists: (4) Nebraska
NCAA All-Americans: (32) Nebraska
NCAA Top-Ten Finishes: (6) Nebraska
NCAA Team Trophy (Top-Four Finishes): Nebraska = 0 (
NU hasn’t won a team trophy since finishing fourth two years in a row in 2008 and 2009)
 
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Congratulations to Coach being named as 2023 B1G Coach of he Year by Lauren Muthler, Big Ten Correspondent.

2023 Pre-NCAA B1G Awards​


Lauren: Mark Manning, Nebraska

After graduating four All-Americans in Eric Schultz, Christian Lance, Taylor Venz and Chad Red, and redshirting another in NCAA runner-up Ridge Lovett, it seemed like 2022-23 might be a rebuilding year for the Huskers. After losing two of their first three duals, including 20-16 to North Dakota State, it was looking like there might be credence to that thought.

But then, Nebraska started to turn things around. It won its third straight Cliff Keen title, with Peyton Robb, Brock Hardy and Mikey Labriola as champs. It got its revenge on the Dakotas by topping South Dakota State, 22-17, and finished the regular season 12-3 - its only other loss coming to Iowa. Robb and Labriola finished their regular seasons undefeated and Liam Cronin emerged as one of the biggest surprise stories in the conference.

The Huskers then placed a program-best five wrestlers in the Big Ten finals and crowned their first champ since Robert Kokesh in 2015, finishing third with 104.6 team points.

A lot of different factors had to have gone into Nebraska's season turnaround, but it would have been a lot more difficult without Mark Manning's leadership from the top and the coaching staff he's assembled with Bryan Snyder, Kokesh and Tervel Dlagnev. Oh, and Manning also surpassed his 300th-win milestone this season.
 
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