NAIA Week in Preview, October 30-November 5

All times Eastern, with local times in parenthesis.

Wednesday, November 1:

Life vs. Coker at Spartanburg Methodist, Spartanburg, SC, 5:00 PM
Life at Spartanburg Methodist, Spartanburg, SC, 6:30 PM
University of the Ozarks at Ottawa, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)

Thursday, November 2:

Waldorf at Graceland, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)
Benedictine at Saint Mary, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)
Hannibal-LaGrange at Millikin, 8:30 PM (7:30 PM)
University of Providence vs. North Idaho at Columbia Falls, MT, 9:00 PM (7:00 PM)
Skyline College at Menlo, 9:00 PM (6:00 PM)

Friday, November 3:

Midland at Jamestown, 6:00 PM (5:00 PM)
Warner Pacific at Jamestown, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)

Saturday, November 4:

Allen, Brewton-Parker, Campbellsville, Central Baptist, Cumberland, Cumberlands, Indiana Tech, Life, Lindenwood-Belleville, Lindsey Wilson, Marian, Southeastern, Truett-McConnell, West Virginia Tech, Williams Baptist at Patriot Open, hosted by Cumberlands (Williamsburg, KY), 9:00 AM
Huntingdon at Reinhardt, 9:00 AM
Lourdes at Adrian Bulldogs Invitational, hosted by Adrian (Adrian, MI), 10:00 AM
Grand View at Harold Nichols Cyclone Open, hosted by Iowa State, 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Dakota Wesleyan, Jamestown, Midland, Missouri Baptist, Warner Pacific at Jamestown Open, hosted by Jamestown (Jamestown, ND), 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Missouri Baptist at MacMurray Open, hosted by MacMurray (Jacksonville, IL), 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Hannibal-LaGrange at Super 8 Invitational, hosted by Wisconsin-Platteville (Platteville, WI), 11:00 AM (10:00 AM)
Central Christian, Montana State-Northern at Cowboy Open, hosted by Wyoming, 11:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Menlo at Menlo Open, hosted by Menlo (Atherton, CA), 12:00 PM (9:00 AM)
Simpson (CA) at Bill Musick Open, Fresno, CA, 1:00 PM (10:00 AM)
Oklahoma Wesleyan at Central Oklahoma, 3:00 PM (2:00 PM)
Embry-Riddle at California Baptist, 3:30 PM (12:30 PM)
University of Providence at Eastern Oregon, 11:00 PM (8:00 PM)

Sunday, November 5:

Baker, Concordia (NE), Ottawa, York (NE) at Dan Harris Open, hosted by Baker (Baldwin City, KS), 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Bacone, Central Christian, Lyon, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Wesleyan, Saint Mary, Wayland Baptist at Oklahoma City Open, hosted by Oklahoma City (Oklahoma City, OK), 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Briar Cliff at Daktronics Open, hosted by South Dakota State, 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Missouri Valley at UCM Open, hosted by Central Missouri (Warrensburg, MO), 11:00 AM (10:00 AM)
Bethany at Kansas Wesleyan, 5:00 PM (4:00 PM)

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D-3 Week in Preview, November 1-5

All times Eastern, with local times in parenthesis.

*Indicates a one-pound weight allowance will be granted.

Wednesday, November 1:

Rowan College-Gloucester County at Delaware Valley, 5:30 PM
Penn College of Technology at Delaware Valley, 5:30 PM
New England at Bridgewater State, 7:00 PM
University of the Ozarks at Ottawa, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)

Thursday, November 2:

MacMurray at North Central, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)
Cornell College at Simpson (IA), 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)
Hannibal-LaGrange at Millikin, 8:30 PM (7:30 PM)

Friday, November 3:

Castleton, Greensboro, Ithaca, Johnson & Wales, New England, Norwich, Oswego, Otterbein, Rhode Island College, RIT, Springfield, Western New England at Ithaca Invitational, Providence, RI, 4:00 PM
Olivet at Muskegon Duals, Muskegon, MI, 5:30 PM
Millersville at Wilkes, 7:00 PM

Saturday, November 4:

Mount St. Joseph at Patriot Open, hosted by Cumberlands (Williamsburg, KY), 9:00 AM
Centenary at Princeton Open, hosted by Princeton, 9:00 AM
Huntingdon at Reinhardt, 9:00 AM
Cortland, Keystone, King’s, Mount Saint Vincent, Muhlenberg, NYU, Oneonta, Penn College of Technology, Roger Williams, Scranton, Wilkes, York (PA) at Ned McGinley Invitational, hosted by King’s (Wilkes-Barre, PA), 9:30 AM
Alma, Olivet, Trine at Ben McMullen Open, Muskegon, MI, 9:30 AM
*Castleton, Greensboro, Ithaca, Johnson & Wales, New England, Norwich, Oswego, Otterbein, Rhode Island College, RIT, Springfield, Western New England at Ithaca Invitational, Providence, RI, 9:30 AM
Hampden-Sydney, Southern Virginia at Virginia Beach National Open, Virginia Beach, VA, 9:30 AM
Adrian, Heidelberg, John Carroll, Thiel, Wabash, Washington & Jefferson at Adrian Bulldogs Invitational, hosted by Adrian (Adrian, MI), 10:00 AM
Concordia-Moorhead at Jamestown Open, hosted by Jamestown (Jamestown, ND), 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Dubuque, MacMurray, Millikin at MacMurray Open, hosted by MacMurray (Jacksonville, IL), 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Elizabethtown, Gettysburg, Johns Hopkins, Lycoming, McDaniel, Messiah, Ursinus, Wheaton at Messiah Invitational, hosted by Messiah (Mechanicsburg, PA), 10:00 AM
Concordia-Wisconsin, Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Wisconsin-Stevens Point at Pointer Open, hosted by Wisconsin-Stevens Point (Stevens Point, WI), 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Wisconsin-La Crosse at RCTC Yellowjacket Open, Rochester, MN, 11:00 AM (10:00 AM)
Augustana (IL), Buena Vista, Central, Loras, Wisconsin-Platteville at Super 8 Invitational, hosted by Wisconsin-Platteville (Platteville, WI), 11:00 AM (10:00 AM)
Bridgewater State at Southern Maine, 12:00 PM
Temple Club, Gloucester CC, Middlesex CC, Bergen CC at TCNJ, 12:00 PM
Ferrum at Washington & Lee, 1:00 PM
Delaware Valley at Navy, 2:00 PM
Delaware Valley at Navy, 3:30 PM
Delaware Valley vs. Stevens Tech at Navy, 5:00 PM
Wartburg at Nebraska Wesleyan, 6:00 PM (5:00 PM)
Alfred State, Brockport at Brockport Open, hosted by Brockport, time TBA

Sunday, November 5:

Penn State-Behrend at Clarion Open, hosted by Clarion, 9:00 AM
Olivet at Michigan State Open, hosted by Michigan State, 9:30 AM
University of the Ozarks at Oklahoma City Open, hosted by Oklahoma City (Oklahoma City, OK), 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)

D-2 Week in Preview, November 1-5

All times Eastern, with local times in parenthesis.

*Indicates a one-pound weight allowance will be granted.

Wednesday, November 1:

Life vs. Coker at Spartanburg Methodist, Spartanburg, SC, 5:00 PM
Coker at Spartanburg Methodist, Spartanburg, SC, 8:00 PM

Thursday, November 2:

Truman State at Upper Iowa, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)

Friday, November 3:

Lake Erie at Kent State, 12:00 PM
Lake Erie vs. Kent State-Tuscawaras at Kent State, 12:00 PM
American International at Ithaca Invitational, Providence, RI, 4:00 PM
Millersville at Wilkes, 7:00 PM

Saturday, November 4:

Bellarmine, Belmont Abbey at Patriot Open, hosted by Cumberlands (Williamsburg, KY), 9:00 AM
Davenport at Ben McMullen Open, Muskegon, MI, 9:30 AM
*American International at Ithaca Invitational, Providence, RI, 9:30 AM
Truman State at Harold Nichols Cyclone Open, hosted by Iowa State, 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Mary, Northern State at Jamestown Open, hosted by Jamestown (Jamestown, ND), 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Wisconsin-Parkside at Pointer Open, hosted by Wisconsin-Stevens Point (Stevens Point, WI), 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Minnesota State-Mankato, Upper Iowa at RCTC Yellowjacket Open, Rochester, MN, 11:00 AM (10:00 AM)
Adams State, Chadron State, Colorado Mesa, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State-Pueblo, Nebraska-Kearney at Cowboy Open, hosted by Wyoming, 11:00 AM (9:00 AM)
San Francisco State at Menlo Open, hosted by Menlo (Atherton, CA), 12:00 PM (9:00 AM)
Simon Fraser at SFU Open, hosted by Simon Fraser (Burnaby, BC), 12:00 PM (9:00 AM)
Oklahoma Wesleyan at Central Oklahoma, 3:00 PM (2:00 PM)
Embry-Riddle at California Baptist, 3:30 PM (12:30 PM)
Mt. Sac College at California Baptist, 5:00 PM (2:00 PM)

Sunday, November 5:

Ohio Valley at Clarion Open, hosted by Clarion, 9:00 AM
Ashland, Davenport, Findlay, Notre Dame College, Tiffin at Michigan State Open, hosted by Michigan State, 9:30 AM
Drury at Dan Harris Open, hosted by Baker (Baldwin City, KS), 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Central Oklahoma, New Mexico Highlands, Newman, Ouachita Baptist at Oklahoma City Open, hosted by Oklahoma City (Oklahoma City, OK), 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Emmanuel, King, Limestone, Newberry, North Carolina Pembroke at Hokie Open, Roanoke, VA, 10:00 AM
Augustana (SD), Northern State at Daktronics Open, hosted by South Dakota State, 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Central Missouri at UCM Open, hosted by Central Missouri, 11:00 AM (10:00 AM)
LIU Post vs. Pitt-Johnstown at Drexel, 11:00 AM
LIU Post at Drexel, 12:30 PM
Pitt-Johnstown at Drexel, 2:00 PM

D-1 Week in Preview, November 1-5

All times Eastern, with local times in parenthesis.

Thursday, November 2:
CSU Bakersfield at Buffalo, 7:00 PM

Friday, November 3:
Lake Erie at Kent State, 12:00 PM
Mercyhurst North East at Kent State, 12:00 PM
Utah Valley vs. West Virginia at Clarion, 4:00 PM
Utah Valley at Clarion, 5:30 PM
Eastern Michigan at Gardner-Webb, 6:00 PM
George Mason at The Citadel, 6:00 PM
Kent State vs. Utah Valley at Clarion, 7:00 PM

Saturday, November 4:
Hofstra, Ohio State, Princeton, Rider, Sacred Heart at Princeton Open, hosted by Princeton, 9:00 AM
Iowa State, Northern Illinois, Northern Iowa, Southern Illinois Edwardsville at Harold Nichols Cyclone Open, hosted by Iowa State, 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Air Force, Northern Colorado, Wyoming at Cowboy Open, hosted by Wyoming, 11:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Fresno State at Menlo Open, hosted by Menlo (Atherton, CA), 12:00 PM (9:00 AM)
Maryland at Rutgers, 12:00 PM
Chattanooga at VMI, 1:00 PM
Stanford at Virginia Tech, 1:30 PM
Stevens Tech at Navy, 2:00 PM
Delaware Valley at Navy, 2:00 PM
Stevens Tech at Navy, 3:30 PM
Delaware Valley at Navy, 3:30 PM
Illinois at Missouri, 5:00 PM (4:00 PM)

Sunday, November 5:
Bloomsburg, Clarion, Cleveland State, Indiana, Kent State, Lock Haven, Utah Valley, Virginia, West Virginia at Clarion Open, hosted by Clarion, 9:00 AM
Arizona State, Central Michigan, Michigan, Michigan State, Northwestern, Oklahoma, Purdue, Wisconsin at Michigan State Open, hosted by Michigan State, 9:30 AM
Appalachian State, Army West Point, Chattanooga, Davidson, Duke, Gardner-Webb, North Carolina, Ohio, Old Dominion, Stanford, The Citadel, Virginia Tech, VMI at Hokie Open, Roanoke, VA
Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota State at Daktronics Open, hosted by South Dakota State, 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)
Bucknell vs. CSU Bakersfield at Edinboro, 10:30 AM
American vs. Eastern Michigan at Campbell, 11:00 AM
CSU Bakersfield at Edinboro, 12:00 PM
LIU Post at Drexel, 12:30 PM
Eastern Michigan at Campbell, 1:00 PM
Bucknell at Edinboro, 1:30 PM
Pitt-Johnstown at Drexel, 2:00 PM
American at Campbell, 3:00 PM
NWCA All-Star Classic, at Princeton, 3:00 PM
Franklin & Marshall at Hofstra, 4:00 PM

NAIA Week in Preview, October 23-29

All times Eastern, with local times in parenthesis:

Saturday, October 28:
Saint Mary vs. Wayland Baptist at Lyon, Batesville, AR, 11:00 AM (10:00 AM)
Eastern Oregon, Simpson (CA), Warner Pacific at Lassen CC Duals, Susanville, CA, 12:00 PM (9:00 AM), schedule to be updated
Wayland Baptist at Lyon, Batesville, AR, 12:30 PM (11:30 PM)
Saint Mary at Lyon, Batesville, AR, 2:00 PM (1:00 PM)

EWL Preseason Coaches’ Poll Results

EDINBORO, PA – Led by two-time NCAA Division I All-American Chad Walsh and defending EWL Champion BJ Clagon, as well as having all ten of their wrestlers predicted by the coaches to finish in the top four, Rider is predicted to be the 2017-18 EWL Champions, on both a dual and tournament basis. Clagon and Walsh are also picked to be champions at 157 and 165 pounds, respectively. They are followed by Edinboro, led by 2017 All-American Sean Russell, who is picked to win the EWL Championship at 125 pounds for the third time in his career. Other projected champions are Korbin Myers (Edinboro) at 133 pounds, Brock Zacherl (Clarion) at 141 pounds, Ronnie Perry (Lock Haven) at 149 pounds, Ty Schoffstall (Edinboro) at 174 pounds, Nick Corba (Cleveland State) at 184 pounds, Dustin Conti (Clarion) at 197 pounds, and Thomas Haines (Lock Haven) at Heavyweight.

 

125 pounds:

  1. Sean Russell, Edinboro
  2. Jake Gromacki, Clarion
  3. Ibrahim Bunduka, George Mason
  4. JR Wert, Rider
  5. John Martin, Cleveland State
  6. Willy Girard, Bloomsburg
  7. Josiah Kline, Lock Haven

133 pounds:

  1. Korbin Myers, Edinboro
  2. DJ Fehlman, Lock Haven
  3. Evan Cheek, Cleveland State
  4. Anthony Cefolo, Rider
  5. Andy Schutz, Bloomsburg
  6. Roshaun Cooley, Clarion
  7. Jose Tapia, George Mason

141 pounds:

  1. Brock Zacherl, Clarion
  2. Tyson Dippery, Rider
  3. Kyle Shoop, Lock Haven
  4. Tejon Anthony, George Mason
  5. Nate Hagan, Edinboro
  6. Shawn Orem, Bloomsburg
  7. Drew Fairbanks, Cleveland State

149 pounds:

  1. Ronnie Perry, Lock Haven
  2. Gary Dinmore, Rider
  3. Tate Ortz, Clarion
  4. Ryan Ford, Cleveland State
  5. Peter Pappas, Edinboro
  6. Bryce Reddington, George Mason
  7. Ryan Stocku, Bloomsburg

157 pounds:

  1. BJ Clagon, Rider
  2. Matt Raines, George Mason
  3. Andrew Schomers, Edinboro
  4. Kevin Laubach, Bloomsburg
  5. Georgio Poullas, Cleveland State
  6. Mac Tanner, Clarion
  7. Alex Klucker, Lock Haven

165 pounds:

  1. Chad Walsh, Rider
  2. Chance Marsteller, Lock Haven
  3. Austin Matthews, Edinboro
  4. John Vaughn, Cleveland State
  5. Max Wohlabaugh, Clarion
  6. Nate Newberry, Bloomsburg
  7. Creed Lumpp, George Mason

174 pounds:

  1. Ty Schoffstall, Edinboro
  2. Dean Sherry, Rider
  3. Dominic Rigous, Clarion
  4. Corey Hazel, Lock Haven
  5. Gabe Stark, Cleveland State
  6. Kyle Murphy, Bloomsburg
  7. Daniel Mika, George Mason

184 pounds:

  1. Nick Corba, Cleveland State
  2. Mike Fagg-Daves, Rider
  3. Dylan Reynolds, Edinboro
  4. Greg Bulsak, Clarion
  5. Trey Hartsock, Lock Haven
  6. Trevor Allard, Bloomsburg
  7. Austin Harrison, George Mason

197 pounds:

  1. Dustin Conti, Clarion
  2. Tristian Sponseller, Lock Haven
  3. Ethan Laird, Rider
  4. Saul Wilkins, Bloomsburg
  5. Aaron Paddock, Edinboro
  6. John Kelbly, Cleveland State
  7. Eli Spencer, George Mason

Heavyweight:

  1. Thomas Haines, Lock Haven
  2. Billy Miller, Edinboro
  3. Mauro Correnti, Rider
  4. Matt Voss, George Mason
  5. Bruce Graeber, Bloomsburg
  6. Toby Cahill, Clarion
  7. Collin Kelly, Cleveland State

Dual-Predictions:

  1. Rider
  2. Edinboro
  3. Lock Haven
  4. Clarion
  5. Cleveland State
  6. George Mason
  7. Bloomsburg

Tournament-Strength:

  1. Rider, 78
  2. Edinboro, 63
  3. Lock Haven, 60.5
  4. Clarion, 48
  5. Cleveland State, 26
  6. George Mason, 21.5
  7. Bloomsburg, 8

The EWL season opens on November 3rd, with Clarion hosting Utah Valley, and George Mason visiting The Citadel.