NJCAA National Wrestling Tournament Results / LC’s Goodman National Champion

//NJCAA National Wrestling Tournament Results / LC’s Goodman National Champion

NJCAA National Wrestling Tournament Results / LC’s Goodman National Champion

Lincoln College Takes 14th Place in NJCAA Wrestling Tournament

Spokane, Wash. – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M jumped out in front early and couldn’t be caught, winning the team title at the 2014 National Junior College Athletic Association Wrestling Tournament with 169 team points. This was NEO A&M’s first wrestling team in 20 years, but its head coach Joe Renfro led his former team Labette Community College to two national championships and two second-place finishes in his 11 years at that college.

Northwest College came in second with 149 team points and Clackamas Community College was third with 139 team points.

“This was an extremely competitive tournament with outstanding wrestlers in every weight class, but Northeastern Oklahoma was solid across the board. They advanced nine of 10 wrestlers to the second day of competition and that gave them a significant lead in points that was hard to overcome.” said North Idaho College Athletics Director Al Williams.

Last year’s returning co-championship team and this year’s tournament host, NIC, came in sixth with 72 points and one national champion, 197-pounder Vincent Giulio. Giulio was also awarded the Outstanding Wrestler Award and his girlfriend accepted his marriage on the awards podium.

“The tournament had a wide open field without any returning national champions, so it was enjoyable to watch and see which wrestlers would reach the finals match,” Williams said. “This was an excellent representation of college wrestling for our fans to see and the crowds were enthusiastic. We’re honored to have had the opportunity to hold the tournament in our region.”

Final updates and information for each weight class are posted to the Track Wrestling website at www.trackwrestling.com.

Team Results
1.         Northeastern Oklahoma A & M                         169.0
2.         Northwest College                                                149.0
3.         Clackamas Community College                          139.0
4.         Colby Community College                                     84.5
5.         Neosho County Community College                   83.0
6.         North Idaho College                                               72.0
7.         Iowa Central Community College                        66.0
8.         Ellsworth Community College                              65.5
9.         Muskegon College                                                  62.0
10.       North Iowa Area Community College                 60.0
11.       Rochester Community & Technical College       52.5
12.       Iowa Lakes Community College                           51.5
13.       Iowa Western                                                          51.0
14.       Lincoln College                                                        50.0
15.       Southwestern Oregon Community College        45.0
16.       Harper College                                                         43.5
17.       Darton College                                                         39.5
18.       Labette Community College                                  29.5
19.       Mercyhurst                                                               27.5
19.       Spartanburg Methodist College                            27.5
21.       Niagara County Community College                    24.0
22.       Northwest Kansas Tech                                          23.0
23.       Jamestown Community College                            22.5
24.       Gloucester Community College                             22.0
25.       Ridgewater College                                                  19.5
26.       Nassau Community College                                    19.0
27.       Northland Community & Technical College         15.0
28.       Itasca Community College                                       14.5
29.       Highline Community College                                   12.5
30.       Springfield Tech Community College                     12.0
31.       Waubonsee College                                                  10.5
32.       Bergen Community College                                       9.5
32.       Pratt Community College                                           9.5
34.       Western Wyoming College                                        9.0
35.       Triton College                                                               7.5
36.       Middlesex Community College                                 6.0
37.       SUNY Sullivan                                                               5.0
38.       Minnesota West Community & Technical College 0.0
38.       Wentworth Junior College                                          0.0


1st        Alfredo Rodriguez, Iowa Lakes Community College               
2nd        Josh Walker, Northeastern Oklahoma A & M
3rd        Da’ Wayne Robertson, Ellsworth Community College
4th           Cody Vichi, Northwest College
5th        Tim Prescott, Neosho County Community College
6th        Matthew Nguyen, Southwest Oregon Community College
7th        Jake Bellis, Harper College
8th        Hunter Price, Colby Community College

1st            Cary Palmer, Clackamas Community College
2nd           John Dillon, Mercyhurst University North East
3rd        Zachary Cooper, Muskegon College
4th        Lemuel Johnson, Neosho County Community College
5th        Davion Caston, Darton State College
6th        Jake Nicholson, Jamestown Community College
7th        Darrell Pampkin, Iowa Central Community College
8th        Josh Ailey, Northeastern Oklahoma A & M

1st            Zach Loveless, Northwest College
2nd           Michael Williams, Northeastern Oklahoma A & M
3rd        Ronald Wells, Colby Community College
4th        Joe Munos, Rochester Community and Technical College
5th        Matt Gay, Southwest Oregon Community College
6th        Robbie Rizzolino, Clackamas Community College
7th        Peter Stewart, Iowa Western Community College
8th        Zach Wright, Darton State College

1st             Nosomy Pozo, North Iowa Area Community College
2nd            Zack Dobbins, Northeastern Oklahoma A & M
3rd        Jeff McCormick, Northwest College
4th        Daniel Pak, Gloucester Community College
5th        Tyler Nation, Iowa Western Community College
6th        Tyler Stenberg, Muskegon College
7th        Elijah Davis, Northwest Kansas Tech
8th        Blake Santi, Harper College

1st             Yoanse Mejias, North Iowa Area Community College
2nd            Richie Lewis, Iowa Central Community College
3rd        Mark Hobson, Northeastern Oklahoma A & M
4th        Eleazar DeLuca, Clackamas Community College
5th        Kyle Wade, Nassau Community College
6th        Konner Kriss, Colby Community College
7th        Anthony Smith, Darton State College
8th        Greg Jacquez, Harper College

1st             Diorian Coleman, Northwest College
2nd            Calvin Ochs, Colby Community College
3rd        Kyle Bateman, Clackamas Community College
4th        Ritchie Guillaume, Ellsworth Community College
5th        O’shea Smith-Traylor, Neosho County Community College
6th        David Frazier, Lincoln College
7th        Jordan Engen, Northland Community and Technical College
8th        Ryan Niven, Iowa Central Community College

1st             Payne Hatter, Northeastern Oklahoma A & M
2nd            Jared Johnson, Colby Community College
3rd            Garrett Miller, Rochester Community and Technical College
4th        Brandon Sorenson, Iowa Lakes Community College
5th        Cole McArthur, Northwest College
6th        Derrick Booth, North Idaho College
7th        Cody Carson, Pratt Community College
8th        Thomas Daniels, North Iowa Area Community College

1st             Adrian Salas, Clackamas Community College
2nd            Matt Hurford, Ellsworth Community College
3rd        Miles Nixon, Northwest College
4th        Tyler White, Labette Community College
5th        Austin Warren, Neosho County Community College
6th        Brandon Riggins, Springfield Technical Community College
7th        Kolbjorn Skaflestad, Southwest Oregon Community College
8th        Caleb Cotter, Northeastern Oklahoma A & M

1st             VJ Giulio, North Idaho College
2nd            Jonathan Wixom, Northwest College
3rd        Ihoghama Odighizuwa, Clackamas Community College
4th        Donavan Fouchey, Muskegon College
5th        Shelby Krout, Northeastern Oklahoma A & M
6th        Stephon Rudicil, Lincoln College
7th        Mike Amaro, Bergen Community College
8th        Dillon Archer, Neosho County Community College

1st            Dequence Goodman, Lincoln College – NATIONAL CHAMPION!!!
2nd           Malcolm Allen, Iowa Central Community College
3rd        Evan McGee, Northeastern Oklahoma A & M
4th        John Griswold, Spartansburg Methodist College
5th        Taylor Kornoely, North Idaho College
6th        Chris Schleuger, Iowa Western Community College
7th        Alex Yeager, Itasca Community College
8th            Brandon Johnson, Clackamas Community College

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