What’s Going on this Weekend Nov. 1st & 2nd

Saturday, November 1st
NWCA All Star Classic-7 PM EST LIVE on Flo. You already know how nasty this one is going to be. Even the undercard is sick with Devin Carter taking on CJ Cobb and Lorenzo Thomas set to scrap as well!

Sunday, November 2nd

Bloomsburg will host Pittsburgh 2:00 pm
George Mason will compete in the Cavalier Duals
Univ. of Virginia – Charlottesville, VA
VMI 10:00am
Anderson 12:00pm
Virginia 2:00pm
Lock Hock travels to Hofstra in Hempstead, NY
Stony Brook 1:00pm
Hofstra 2:30pm

Clarion Open 

Clarion, Cleveland State, Edinboro, and many unattached wrestlers scheduled to compete

125: Right out of the gate an interesting weight. Sean Russell (Edinboro), Kory Mines (Edinboro), Dalton Macri (unattached). Russell won the wrestle off bout against NCAA qualifier Mines already.

133: Scott Delvecchio (Rutgers) and Jade Rauser (Utah Valley) look to be the guys to beat here. Chase Zemenak and Zach Valley could have an impact as well.

141: True Frosh Alfred Bannister will make his D1 debut unattached for the Terps. Rutgers Tyson Dippery and Brock Zacherl of Clarion are likely the front runners along with Baby J (Bannister) to win this weight.

149: Edinboro AA Dave Habat, Clarions Sam Sherlock and Cornell recruit Joey Galasso look like the guys to beat here.

157: PSU True Frosh Jason Nolf makes his D1 debut at 157 against the likes of Austin Matthews of Edinboro. They look to be the class of this weight.

165: Jon Jay Chavez, a Cornell recruit and Kasey Davis of Edinboro look like the guys to beat at a cursory glance.

174: Bo Nickal is entered here for PSU unattached! Another Cornell commit, Dylan Artigliere is in this field as well as Patrick Jennings of Edinboro and Jarred Lux of Buffalo round out the field here.

184: Edinboro’s Vic Avery will be the man to beat here at this weight.

285: Adam Fager of Utah Valley and Joe Stolfi of Bucknell seem to be on a collision course for a battle in the finals here! Also keep an eye on Jeramy Sweany, a Cornell commit as well as Dawson Peck of Maryland.

Previews courtesy of Flowrestling