All-Americans Under Doug Schwab

Listen to Ross and Lars recap UNI’s NCAA tournament on Episode 83 of Potentially Dangerous:

Dylan Peters ends his career as a two-time All-American for the Panthers, but he should have some company soon

Two time All-American
Dylan Peters (125) 6, 6

An All-American as a freshman, Max Thomsen leads UNI’s youth movement with his 5th place finish

One time All-American
Joe Colon (133) 3
Joey Lazor (141) 6
Max Thomsen* (149) 5
David Bonin (157) 4
Ryan Loder (184) 7
Drew Foster* (184) 7

*Still active
^Wrestler earned All-American honors at a different school then their current position

All-Americans by UNI/Schwab over the last five years

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
125 Dylan Peters 6th Dylan Peters 6th
133 Joe Colon 3rd
141 Joey Lazor 6th
149 Max Thomsen 5th
157 David Bonin 4th
165
174
184 Drew Foster 7th Ryan Loder 7th
197
285
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3 thoughts on “All-Americans Under Doug Schwab

  1. And, if I’m not mistaken, Coach Penrith was at UNI for 10 seasons as head coach. That’s why people should always be concerned with how quickly fair weather fans can turn on a coach and a program.

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  3. As a 20+ year panther fan, I thought that I’d add in some perspective for where Coach Schwab is at right now, compared to where Coach Penrith was at after his 7th season. My hope is that a couple of “down years” doesn’t make anyone overreact with Coach Schwab as happened before.

    Again, after seven full seasons, here is the comparison. Coach Schwab has a higher dual meet winning percentage.

    Penrith
    Dual record: 63-52-3 53% WP
    All-Americans: 11
    Finalists: 2
    Average Place for AAs: 5.6
    Average finish/place at NCAA tournament: 20.4

    Schwab
    Dual record: 65-42 61% WP
    All-Americans: 8
    Finalists: 0
    Average Place for AAs: 5.5
    Average finish/place at NCAA tournament: 26.7

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