Junior Greco-Roman National Duals All-Tournament Team announced

By USA WRESTLING | June 24, 2019, 2:38 p.m. (ET)
TULSA, Okla. – The 2019 Junior Greco-Roman National Duals All-Tournament Team has been released.

To make the All-Tournament Team, an athlete must go undefeated for the two days of the tournament in that style, with a specific minimum number of matches.

A total of 54 athletes representing 18 different states made the Junior All-Tournament Team in Greco-Roman.

Two wrestlers earned a 9-0 record, the best record in the Greco-Roman division: Cole Smith of Colorado (113) and Antonio Segura of Colorado (145).

Illinois led the way with the most All-Tournament Greco-Roman team members with seven. Nebraska came in second with six, and Iowa had five for third.

2019 JUNIOR NATIONAL DUALS GRECO-ROMAN ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

100 - Jore Volk of Minnesota Blue went 6-0
100 - Christian Forbes of Oklahoma went 4-0
106 - Archer Heelan of Nebraska Red went 8-0
106 - Andre Gonzales of California Blue went 7-0
106 - Blake West of Minnesota Blue went 5-0
106 - Trevor Anderson of Iowa went 4-0
113 - Cole Smith of Colorado went 9-0
113 - Nathan Rubino of Nebraska Blue went 8-0
113 - Cruz Aguilar of Colorado went 9-0
113 - Chad Bellis of Illinois went 4-0
120 - Jackson Nielson of Nebraska Red went 8-0
120 - Nain Vazquez of Illinois went 6-0
120 - Dustin Norris of Ohio went 6-0
120 - Zach Keal of Kansas Blue went 5-0
120 - Christian Cabuag of California Blue went 4-0
126 - Conor Knopick of Nebraska Blue went 8-0
126 - Nick Masters of Georgia went 6-0
126 - Dominic Chavez of Texas went 5-0
126 - Kyle Burwick of North Dakota Blue went 4-0
132 - Tarrell Wallace Jr of Florida went 8-0
132 - Reece Witcraft of Oklahoma went 6-0
138 - Kyle Parco of California Blue went 7-0
138 - Kobe Ames of Alaska went 6-0
138 - Logan James of Iowa went 5-0
138 - Spencer Schickram of Oklahoma went 5-0
145 - Antonio Segura of Colorado went 9-0
145 - Kobe Ames of Alaska went 6-0
145 - Luke Odom of Illinois went 6-0
145 - Garrett Bowers of Tennessee went 6-0
145 - Jared Gallegos of Texas went 5-0
152 - Fidel Mayora of Illinois went 7-0
152 - Preston Decker of Texas went 5-0
152 - Adrian St. Germain of Washington went 5-0
160 - Steven Villalobos of Florida went 8-0
160 - Cade DeVos of Iowa went 7-0
170 - Ryan Cody of Florida went 8-0
170 - Ankhaa Enkhmandakh of California Blue went 5-0
182 - Damen Pape of Nebraska Blue went 8-0
182 - Abe Assad of Illinois went 6-0
182 - Cayden Atkins of Kansas Red went 6-0
182 - Ben Vanadia of Ohio went 4-0
195 - Vincent Baker of Georgia went 8-0
195 - Kyle Haas of Kansas Blue went 6-0
195 - Kai Olson of Washington went 6-0
195 - Parker Petersen of Tennessee went 5-0
195 - Brandon Hoselton of Illinois went 4-0
220 - Dillyn Miller of Nebraska Blue went 8-0
220 - Ramin Abraham of Illinois went 6-0
220 - Cody Fisher of Iowa went 4-0
285 - Max Diaz of Florida went 8-0
285 - Spencer Trenary of Iowa went 8-0
285 - Donovan King of Michigan Red went 7-0
285 - Nash Hutmacher of South Dakota went 7-0
285 - Alex Coleman of Ohio went 5-0