Division 1 College Rankings, Lineups, Schedules, Recruiting, and Results

                        4-Time Reno TOC Champions   

                        3-Time Reno TOC Champions

Zack Esposito (Oklahoma State)  2003-05

Johny Hendricks (Oklahoma State)  2003-04, 2006

Chris Pendleton (Oklahoma State)  2002-04

Tyler Cox (Wyoming)  2012-14

                        2-Time Reno TOC Champions 

Anthony Robles (Arizona State)  2008, 2010

Kellan Fluckiger (Arizona State)  2001-02

Jason Chamberlain (Boise State)  2010-12

Andrew Hochstrasser (Boise State)  2004, 2010

Ben VomBaur (Boise State)  2001-02

Jarrod King (Edinboro)  2008-09

Mike Tamillow (Northwestern)  2005-06

Cody Walters (Ohio)  2012, 2014

Jordan Oliver (Oklahoma State)  2009, 2011

Jamal Parks (Oklahoma State)  2009, 2011

Jared Rosholt (Oklahoma State)  2008-09

Coleman Scott (Oklahoma State)  2006-07

Steve Mocco (Oklahoma State)  2004-05

Jake Rosholt (Oklahoma State)  2003-04

Jerrod Sanders (Oklahoma State)  2001-02

Zack Giesen (Stanford)  2009-10

Ben Stroh (MSU-Northern, Wyoming)  2013, 2016

Shane Onufer (Wyoming)  2010-11

                 2016 Reno Tournament of Champions

                                1. Oklahoma State  146.5

                                   2. Michigan State  129

                                     3. Wyoming  122.5

                                       4. Cal Poly  82.5

                                      5. Oregon State 68

                                 Championship Finals

125-Ronnie Bresser (Oregon State) maj Eli Hale (Oklahoma State)  10-2

133-Connor Schram (Stanford) dec Drew Templeman (Wyoming)  3-1SV

141-Boo Lewallen (Oklahoma State) dec Bryce Meredith (Wyoming)  7-3

149-Cole Mendenhall (Wyoming) fall Nick Trimble (Michigan State)  3:41

157-Archie Colgan (Wyoming) dec Colt Shorts (Cal Poly)  3-1

165-Drew Hughes (Michigan State) dec Branson Ashworth (Wyoming)  2-0SV

174-Jordan Rogers (Oklahoma State) dec Austin Dewey (Boise State)  6-4SV

184-Ben Stroh (MSU-Northern) dec Dylan Gabel (Northern Colorado)  5-2

197-Derek White (Oklahoma State) dec JT Goodwin (Cal Poly)  7-3

285-Cody Crawford (Oregon State) dec David Henry (Oregon State)  3-2

                 2015 Reno Tournament of Champions

                                      1. Illinois 152

                                2. Central Michigan 119

                                     3. Stanford  91

                                    4. Wyoming  90.5

                                     5. Indiana  84.5

                                 Championship Finals

125-Drew Templeman (Wyoming) dec Nick Piccinnini (Oklahoma State)  15-8

133-Zane Richards (Illinois) maj Corey Keener (Central Michigan)  20-8

141-Bryce Meredith (Wyoming) dec Zach Horan (Central Michigan)  7-4

149-Geo Martinez (Boise State) dec Colin Heffernan (Central Michigan)  8-5

157-Isaiah Martinez (Illinois) dec Joe Smith (Oklahoma State)  11-5

165-Steven Rodrigues (Illinois) dec Jim Wilson (Stanford)  3-2

174-Zac Brunson (Illinois) dec Nate Jackson (Illinois)  8-4

184-Jeff Koepke (Illinois) dec Emery Parker (Illinois)  7-4

197-Marshall Haas (The Citadel) dec Andre Lee (Illinois)  4-2

285-Tanner Harms (Wyoming) dec Brooks Black (Illinois)  4-1

                 2014 Reno Tournament of Champions

                                    1. Wyoming 134

                                 2. Oregon State 102.5

                                   2. Stanford  102.5

                                 4. Oklahoma State 97

                                       5. Ohio 83 

                                 Championship Finals

125-Tyler Cox (Wyoming) Dec Evan Silver (Stanford)  3-1

133-Joey Palmer (Oregon State) Dec Jade Rauser (Utah Valley)  6-4SV

141-Dean Heil (Oklahoma State) Dec Isaiah Locsin (Stanford)  12-6

149-Tywan Claxton (Ohio) Dec Coleman Hammond (CSU-Bakersfield)  3-0

157-Anthony Collica (Oklahoma State) Dec Alex Elder (Oregon State)  7-5SV

165-Jim Wilson (Stanford) Maj Dakota Friesth (Wyoming)  11-3

174-Cody Walters (Ohio) Dec Andy McCulley (Wyoming)  3-1

184-Nolan Boyd (Oklahoma State) Dec Taylor Meeks (Oregon State)  9-3

197-Shane Woods (Wyoming) Dec Cody Crawford (Oregon State)  7-3

285-Ross Larson (Oklahoma) Fall Zach Merrill (Oklahoma)  2:26

                 2013 Reno Tournament of Champions

                                  1. Nebraska  159

                                     2. Wyoming 103

                                  3. North Carolina  97

                                        4. Ohio  83

                                    5. West Virginia  78.5

                                 Championship Finals

125-Tyler Cox (Wyoming) dec Tim Lambert (Nebraska)  4-3

133-Nick Soto (Chattanooga) maj Javier Gasca (Michigan State)  12-3

141-Evan Henderson (North Carolina) dec Joey Ward (North Carolina)  7-2

149-Jake Sueflohn (Nebraska) dec Matt Frisch (The Citadel)  7-1

157-James Green (Nebraska) dec Andy McCulley (Wyoming)  9-5

165-Corey Mock (Chattanooga) maj Austin Wilson (Nebraska)  9-1

174-Robert Kokesh (Nebraska) dec Brock Gutches (Southern Oregon)  3-1

184-Ben Stroh (Wyoming) dec Blake Stauffer (Arizona State)  4-3

197-Phil Wellington (Ohio) maj Austin Schaffer (Oklahoma State)  9-1

285-Jeremy Johnson (Ohio) dec Amarveer Dhesi (Oregon State)  5-3

                 2012 Reno Tournament of Champions

                               1. Oregon State  145

                                   2. Boise State  119

                                3. Michigan State  107.5

                                    4. Wyoming  94.5

                                 5. Southern Oregon  87

                                 Championship Finals

125-Tyler Cox (Wyoming) dec Tyler Iwamura (CSU-Bakersfield)  6-5

133-Ryan Mango (Stanford) dec Brian Owen (Boise State)  10-6

141-Ugi Khishgnyam (The Citadel) dec Michael Mangrum (Oregon State)  4-3

149-Jason Chamberlain (Boise State) dec Dan Osterman (Michigan State)  4-1

157-RJ Pena (Oregon State) dec Andy McCulley (Wyoming)  11-6

165-Nijel Jones (NC State) maj Nick Proctor (Michigan State)  13-4

174-Cody Walters (Ohio) disq Brock Gutches (Southern Oregon)

184-Jake Swartz (Boise State) dec Ty Vinson (Oregon State)  4-0

197-Alfonso Hernandez (Wyoming) dec Taylor Meeks (Oregon State)  9-6

285-Mike McClure (Michigan State) fall Odie Delaney (The Citadel)  3:40

                 2011 Reno Tournament of Champions

                              1. Oklahoma State  166

                                   2. Wyoming  115.5

                                  3. Oregon State  105

                                   4. Binghamton  68.5

                                  5. Michigan State  66

                                 Championship Finals

125-Jon Morrison (Oklahoma State) dec Ladd Rupp (Oklahoma State)  4-1

133-Jordan Oliver (Oklahoma State) fall Zach Zehner (Wyoming)  1:32

141-Boris Novachkov (Cal Poly) fall Michael Mangrum (Oregon State)  10:51TB

149-Jamal Parks (Oklahoma State) dec Cole Von Ohlen (Air Force)  4-2

157-George Ivanov (Boise State) dec Justin Lister (Binghamton)  5-3

165-Shane Onufer (Wyoming) dec Dallas Bailey (Oklahoma State)  7-4

174-Ryan DesRoches (Cal Poly) dec Nick Purdue (Ohio)  6-4

184-Chris Perry (Oklahoma State) dec Joe LeBlanc (Wyoming)  3-2

197-Blake Rosholt (Oklahoma State) dec Cayle Byers (Oklahoma State)  6-0

285-Clayton Jack (Oregon State) MedFFT Chad Hanke (Oregon State)

                 2010 Reno Tournament of Champions

                               1. Wyoming  106

                                 2. Boise State  104.5

                              3. CSU-Bakersfield  98.5

                                 4. Arizona State  83

                                     5. Ohio  82.5

                                 Championship Finals

125-Anthony Robles (Arizona State) tech Trent Sprenkle (North Dakota State)  18-2

133-Andrew Hochstrasser (Boise State) dec Nathan Pennesi (West Virginia)  8-2

141-Levi Jones (Boise State) dec Germaine Lindsey (Ohio)  4-2

149-Jason Chamberlain (Boise State) dec Cole Dallaserra (Wyoming)  8-2

157-Adam Hall (Boise State) dec Bryce Saddoris (Navy)  6-4

165-Shane Onufer (Wyoming) maj Ryan DesRoches (Cal Poly)  10-2

174-Nick Amuchastegui (Stanford) dec Jake Swartz (Boise State)  2-0

184-Joe LeBlanc (Wyoming) dec Luke Rebertus (Navy)  11-4

197-Zack Giesen (Stanford) dec Erik Schuth (Ohio)  8-2

285-Levi Cooper (Arizona State) dec Jeremy Johnson (Ohio)  3-2

                 2009 Reno Tournament of Champions

                             1. Oklahoma State  154

                                   2. Edinboro  85.5

                                   3. Penn State  83

                                 4. Arizona State  77

                                      4. Ohio  77

                                 Championship Finals

125-Eric Morrill (Edinboro) dec Anthony Robles (Arizona State)  4-3

133-Jordan Oliver (Oklahoma State) dec Boris Novachkov (Cal Poly)  4-2

141-Jamal Parks (Oklahoma State) MedFFT Germaine Lindsey (Ohio)

149-Frank Molinaro (Penn State) dec Jason Chamberlain (Boise State)  3-1

157-Cyler Sanderson (Penn State) dec Adam Hall (Boise State)  3-2

165-Jarrod King (Edinboro) dec Dan Vallimont (Penn State)  2-1

174-Mike Benefiel (Oklahoma State) fall Ryan DesRoches (Cal Poly)  2:33

184-Zack Giesen (Stanford) dec Nick Purdue (Ohio)  5-4

197-Alan Gelogaev (Oklahoma State) maj Dennis Drury (North Carolina)  14-5

285-Jared Rosholt (Oklahoma State) dec Ricky Alcala (CSU-Bakersfield)  2-1

                 2008 Reno Tournament of Champions

                             1. Oklahoma State  146.5

                                   2. Edinboro  132.5

                                 3. North Carolina  94

                               4. CSU-Bakersfield  87.5

                                      5. Navy  79

                                 Championship Finals

125-Anthony Robles (Arizona State) dec Obe Blanc (Oklahoma State)  9-2

133-TJ Dillashaw (Cal State-Fullerton) dec Ricky Deubel (Edinboro)  4-1

141-Chris Drouin (Arizona State) dec Jamal Parks (Oklahoma State)  7-5

149-Bryce Saddoris (Navy) dec Nick Stabile (North Carolina)  7-4

157-Gregor Gillespie (Edinboro) maj Neil Erisman (Oklahoma State)  11-0

165-Jarrod King (Edinboro) dec Brandon Mason (Oklahoma State)  4-2

174-Luke Rebertus (Navy) dec Kamarudeen Usman (Nebraska-Kearney)  6-2

184-Chris Honeycutt (Edinboro) dec Joe LeBlanc (Wyoming)  4-1

197-Brandon Halsey (CSU-Bakersfield) dec Luke Feist (Stanford)  6-3

285-Jared Rosholt (Oklahoma State) dec Konrad Dudziak (Duke)  5-4

                 2007 Reno Tournament of Champions

                            1. Central Michigan  152.5

                                2. Oklahoma State  130

                                      3. Cornell  99

                                       4. Navy 91

                               5. Cal-State Fullerton  86.5

                                 Championship Finals

125-Luke Smith (Central Michigan) dec Tanner Gardner (Stanford)  4-3

133-Coleman Scott (Oklahoma State) dec Joe Baker (Navy)  6-4

141-Nathan Morgan (Oklahoma State) dec Adam Frey (Cornell)  6-3

149-Scott Ervin (Appalachian State) dec Morgan Atkinson (Cal-State Fullerton)  11-8

157-Jordan Leen (Cornell) dec Chase Pami (Cal Poly)  2-0

165-Mack Lewnes (Cornell) dec Trevor Stewart (Central Michigan)  5-2

174-Brandon Sinnott (Central Michigan) dec Matt Stolpinski (Navy)  4-0

184-Christian Sinnott (Central Michigan) MedFFT Ian Murphy (Cal-State Fullerton)

197-Wynn Michalak (Central Michigan) dec Jason Trulson (Arizona State)  3-1

285-Ed Prendergast (Navy) dec Jared Rosholt (Oklahoma State)  7-3

                 2006 Reno Tournament of Champions

                            1. Central Michigan  132.5

                                2. Oklahoma State  131

                                 3. Oregon State  96.5

                                    4. Cal Poly  95.5

                                      5. Purdue  88

                                 Championship Finals

125-Tanner Gardner (Stanford) dec Chad Mendes (Cal Poly)  7-4

133-Coleman Scott (Oklahoma State) dec Darrell Vazquez (Cal Poly)  4-3

141-Kyle Larson (Oregon State) dec Matt Schumm (CSU-Bakersfield)  7-1

149-Jake Patacsil (Purdue) maj Morgan Atkinson (CSU-Fullerton)  11-0

157-Tyler Sherfey (Boise State) dec Josh Zupancic (Stanford)  1-0

165-Johny Hendricks (Oklahoma State) maj Trevor Stewart (Central Michigan)  15-5

174-Kenneth Cook (UC Davis) dec Brandon Sinnott (Central Michigan)  9-4

184-Ian Murphy (Cal-State Fullerton) dec Christian Sinnott (Central Michigan)  5-1

197-Mike Tamillow (Northwestern) dec Wynn Michalak (Central Michigan)  6-2

285-Cody Parker (Cal Poly) dec Bubba Gritter (Central Michigan)  10-3

                 2005 Reno Tournament of Champions

                             1. Oklahoma State  194.5

                                2. Central Michigan  123

                                 3. Northwestern  118.5

                                    4. Penn State  97

                                     5. Oregon  83.5

                                 Championship Finals

125-Jeremy Mendoza (Arizona State) dec Coleman Scott (Oklahoma State)  1-0

133-Matt Keller (Chattanooga) dec Nathan Morgan (Oklahoma State)  8-6

141-Daniel Frishkorn (Oklahoma State) dec Dewitt Driscoll (Penn State)  6-4

149-Zack Esposito (Oklahoma State) dec Mark DiSalvo (Central Michigan)  7-6

157-Brian Stith (Arizona State) dec Kevin Ward (Oklahoma State)  3-2

165-Joey Bracamonte (Oregon) fall Johny Hendricks (Oklahoma State)  1:19

174-Jake Herbert (Northwestern) fall Brandon Mason (Oklahoma State)  2:05

184-Mike Tamillow (Northwestern) dec Shane Webster (Oregon)  2-0

197-Wynn Michalak (Central Michigan) dec Jake Rosholt (Oklahoma State)  5-1

285-Steve Mocco (Oklahoma State) dec Cain Velasquez (Arizona State)  5-3

                 2004 Reno Tournament of Champions

                              1. Oklahoma State  163.5

                                  2. Arizona State  103

                                   3. Fresno State  96

                                      4. Oregon  87

                                 5. Cal-State Fullerton  8-2

                                 Championship Finals

125-Andrew Hochstrasser (Boise State) dec Vic Moreno (Cal Poly)  3-2

133-Scott Jorgensen (Boise State) dec Derek Moore (UC Davis)  5-3

141-Juan Mora (Cal-State Fullerton) dec Ronnie Delk (Oklahoma State)  3-2

149-Zack Esposito (Oklahoma State) dec Ben Cherrington (Boise State)  11-4

157-Matt Gentry (Stanford) dec Brian Stith (Arizona State)  2-1

165-Johny Hendricks (Oklahoma State) dec Christian Arellano (CSU-Bakersfield)  6-3

174-Chris Pendleton (Oklahoma State) InjDef Leonel Sanchez (Cal-State Fullerton)

184-Ryan Halsey (Cal Poly) fall CB Dollaway (Arizona State)  1:45

197-Jake Rosholt (Oklahoma State) fall Scott Barker (Oregon)  4:55

285-Steve Mocco (Oklahoma State) dec Cain Velazquez (Arizona State)  6-1

                 2003 Reno Tournament of Champions

                             1. Oklahoma State  205.5

                                 2. Arizona State  127.5

                               3. CSU-Bakersfield  105.5

                                   4. Boise State  83.5

                                     5. Cal Poly  79

                                 Championship Finals

125-Efren Ceballos (CSU-Bakersfield) dec Christian Staylor (Arizona State)  4-3

133-Darrell Vazquez (Cal Poly) dec Mike Simpson (Arizona State)  4-3

141-Ronnie Delk (Oklahoma State) dec Jesse Brock (Boise State)  6-5

149-Zack Esposito (Oklahoma State) fall Patrick Williams (Arizona State)  5:24

157-Johny Hendricks (Oklahoma State) dec Joey Bracamonte (Oregon)  6-4SV

165-Tyrone Lewis (Oklahoma State) maj Matt Ellis (Oregon State)  17-6

174-Chris Pendleton (Oklahoma State) tech Jed Pennell (Oregon State)  19-3

184-Jake Rosholt (Oklahoma State) dec Ryan Halsey (Cal Poly)  13-7

197-Ryan Bader (Arizona State) dec Matt Montiero (CSU-Bakersfield)  4-2

285-Cain Velazquez (Arizona State) fall Wes Balensifer (Southern Oregon)  2:37

                 2002 Reno Tournament of Champions

                               1. Oklahoma State  139

                                     2. Edinboro  89.5

                                  3. Arizona State  87.5

                                    4. Boise State  82

                                     5. Kent State  76

                                 Championship Finals

125-Ben VomBaur (Boise State) dec Skyler Holman (Oklahoma State)  6-2

133-Johnny Thompson (Oklahoma State) dec Urijah Faber (UC Davis)  6-4

141-Dana Holland (Arizona State) dec Casey Hunt (Oregon)  6-1

149-Jerrod Sanders (Oklahoma State) dec Tony Overstake (Oregon)  5-4

157-Jeremiah Jarvis (UC Davis) fall Shane Roller (Oklahoma State)  1:53

165-Nick Nemeth (Kent State) dec Nick Frost (Arizona State)  7-0

174-Chris Pendleton (Oklahoma State) dec Mark Fee (Appalachian State)  12-7

184-Greg Parker (Princeton) maj Jake Rosholt (Oklahoma State)  10-2

197-David Shunamon (Edinboro) dec Muhammed Lawal (Oklahoma State)  2-1TB

285-Kellan Fluckiger (Arizona State) dec Boe Rushton (Boise State)  3-2TB

                 2001 Reno Tournament of Champions

                                  1. Missouri  172.5

                                 2. Oklahoma State  171

                                  3. Arizona State  115

                                   4. Penn State  106.5

                                   5. Central Michigan

                                 Championship Finals

125-Ben VomBaur (Boise State) dec Skyler Holman (Oklahoma State)  3-1

133-David Douglas (Arizona State) dec Johnny Thompson (Oklahoma State)  3-2

141-Eric Larkin (Arizona State) dec Cedric Haymon (Cal Poly)  4-1

149-Jerrod Sanders (Oklahoma State) dec Jeremy Spates (Missouri)  3-2

157-Shane Roller (Oklahoma State) dec Kenny Burleson (Missouri)  8-6

165-Eugene Harris (Oregon) dec Tyron Woodley (Missouri)  5-3

174-Ty Wilcox (Oklahoma State) dec John Kopnisky (Missouri)  3-0

184-Mark Becks (Penn State) dec Pat Popolizio (Oklahoma State)  6-3

197-Scott Barker (Missouri) fall Erik Gladish (Arizona State)  1:00

285-Kellan Fluckiger (Arizona State) dec Jack Leffler (Central Michigan)  2-1