The 2015 Tulsa National Wrestling Tournament is in the books and the Iowa boys came home with plenty of hardware. 32 Iowa wrestlers gathered All American honors with 6 of them claiming National Titles. The Sebolt Wrestling Academy (Mason City, IA) claimed the overall team championship. Team points are based on order of finish by All Americans, 14 points for 1st, 10 for 2nd , 7 for 3rd, 4 for 4th, 2 for 5th, and 1 for 6th. Team Sebolt out distanced the 2nd place team, Team Donahoe, by 27 points to claim the top spot. Leading the way for the Sebolt Academy were their 4 National Champs Tucker Stangel, Carter Fousek, Cullan Schriever, and Eric Faught. Schriever and Faught are no strangers to the Tulsa awards stand as this is Cullan’s 3rd straight title also having a 6th place finish in his collection. Faught has won the last 2 tournaments along with a 2nd place finish. There were many future Division 1 wrestlers on display this weekend. Only time will tell how many D1 wrestlers the state of Iowa will produce from this batch of placewinners. One thing we can all agree on is the hope that Iowa colleges can keep them in state.

Individual match results from Day 1 and Day 2 can be found here.

Final finishes with records can be found below.

6 & Under

52lbs Nolan Bennett (Ankeny) Record 3-1 ***3RD PLACE***

52lbs Airic Conn (Team Porcelli) Record 3-1 ***2ND PLACE***

52lbs AJ Walker (Sebolt) Record 3-2 ***5TH PLACE***

70lbs Gabriel King (Team Porcelli) Record 1-2

Hwt Dreshaun Ross (Sebolt) Record 4-1 ***2ND PLACE***

8 & Under

49lbs Dallas Canoyer (MWC) Record 1-2

52lbs Kyler Knaack (Team Bosco) Record 3-2

55lbs Carter West (DC Elite) Record 4-2

58lbs Ryker Graff (Flat Earth) Record 4-1 ***2ND PLACE***

61lbs Carter Freeman (High Altitude) Record 5-1 ***3RD PLACE***

61lbs Kaiden Knaack (Team Bosco) Record 1-2

61lbs Kane Naaktgeboren (TMX) Record 2-3 ***6TH PLACE***

64lbs Tucker Stangel (Sebolt) Record 5-0 ***NATIONAL CHAMPION***

67lbs Brent Dennhardt (Sebolt) Record 3-2 ***5TH PLACE***

67lbs Damarion Ross (Sebolt) Record 0-2


58lbs Anders Kittelson (Sebolt) Record 3-2

61lbs Ryder Block (Sebolt) Record 4-1 ***2ND PLACE***

61lbs Kale Petersen (Sebolt) Record 3-1

64lb Cooper Cohee (Meneely) Record 0-2

64lbs Carter Fousek (Sebolt) Record 6-0 ***NATIONAL CHAMPION***

67lbs Nicholas Schmidt (Beckman) Record 1-2

70lbs Stevie Ray Barnes (Meneely) Record 3-2

73lbs Aiden Riggins (Sebolt) Record 4-2

80lbs Hayden Taylor (DC Elite) Record 4-2 ***5TH PLACE***

85lbs Tate Naaktgeboren (TMX) Record 3-2

90lbs Carson Lynott (Legends of Gold) Record 5-0 ***NATIONAL CHAMPION***

100lbs Carter Cahill (Ankeny) Record 4-2 ***5TH PLACE***

100lbs Ben Kueter (DC Elite) Record 5-1 ***3RD PLACE***

110lbs Carter Bennett (Ankeny) Record 0-2

110lbs Bradley Hill (Bettendorf) Record 5-2 ***4TH PLACE***

110lbs Payton Wood (Clarinda) Record 2-3 ***6TH PLACE***

130lbs Rex Johnsen (MWC) Record 4-0 ***NATIONAL CHAMPION***


64lbs Drake Ayala (Sebolt) Record 4-2 ***4TH PLACE***

73lbs Matthew Lewis (Sebolt) Record 3-2

76lbs Aiden Evans (Bettendorf) Record 0-2

76lbs Lincoln Mehlert (Team Bosco) Record 0-2

76lbs Cullan Schriever (Sebolt) Record 6-0 ***NATIONAL CHAMPION***

80lbs Evan Yant (Trophy Hunters) Record 1-2

84lbs Dillon Lynott (Legends of Gold) Record 0-2

88lbs Logan James (MWC) Record 3-2

88lbs Trestin Sales (Sebolt) Record 3-2

88lbs Stone Schmitz (TMX) Record 0-2

92lbs Cael Frost (Team Bosco) Record 1-2

92lbs Jack Thomsen (Team Bosco) Record 4-2 ***4TH PLACE***

92lbs Jack West (Winterset) Record 4-3 ***6TH PLACE***

96lbs Colby Schriever (Sebolt) Record 3-2

96lbs Benjamin Smith (Trophy Hunters) Record 3-3 ***6TH PLACE***

100lbs Jeremy Ayala (Sebolt) Record 3-2 ***5TH PLACE***

105lbs Tayton Ricard (Southern Iowa) Record 1-2

105lbs Sage Walker (Sebolt) Record 3-3 ***6TH PLACE***

110lbs Carter Proffitt (Sebolt) Record 0-2

160lbs Crew Howard (Clarinda) Record 0-2


82lbs Daniel Kimball (Team Bosco) Record 0-2

89lbs Cade DeVos (Ubasa) Record 5-1 ***2ND PLACE***

89lbs Eric Faught (Sebolt) Record 6-0 ***NATIONAL CHAMPION***

89lbs Caiden Jones (Sebolt) Record 1-2

89lbs Kaleb Olejniczak (Elite) Record 2-2

95lbs Drew Bennett (Fort Dodge) Record 3-2

95lbs Rashaun Braggs (Sebolt) Record 0-2

95lbs TJ Lundquist (Clarinda) Record 1-2

101lbs Nick Oldham (Young Bucks) Record 5-2 ***4TH PLACE***

101lbs Aden Reeves (Young Bucks) Record 7-1 ***2ND PLACE***

108lbs Drake Doolittle (Sebolt) Record 3-2

108lbs Gavin Miller (Knights) Record 0-2

108lbs Elliott Sinnwell (Comets) Record 0-2

108lbs Josh Tibbits (High Altitude) Record 2-2

115lbs Adam Hansen (TMX) Record 2-2

115lbs Will Jefferson (Bettendorf) Record 0-2

125lbs Jackson Feldman (Dubuque) Record 2-2

125lbs Kyler Rieck (Legends of Gold) Record 6-2 ***5TH PLACE***

135lbs Thomas Even (Team Bosco) Record 2-2

135lbs Nick Graham (Viking WC) Record 1-2

145lbs Owen Grover (Beckman) Record 1-2

145lbs Jacob Wempen (Eastern Iowa) Record 3-2

175lbs Triston Licht (Fort Dodge) Record 2-3 ***6TH PLACE***

200lbs Dakoda Powell (Outlaw) Record 3-2 ***4TH PLACE***

200lbs Chance Strough (Clarinda) Record 6-1 ***2ND PLACE***

2 thoughts on “Tulsa Nationals Recap”
  1. Great write up! One thing though, 10 & under, 110 lbs, Bradley Hill from Bettendorf went 5-2 for a 4th place finish.

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