Miklus, Missouri Huge MAC Tournament Favorites

Stop me if you’ve heard of him – The Southeast Polk alumni Willie Miklus. The Mid-American Conference released their tournament pre-seeds today, and Miklus is at the top of 197 pounds.

The former Ram has never won a conference championship, getting second twice in as many attempts. This season he’ll look to break that streak, having already defeated the number 2 and 3 seeds in their respective duals.

You can find the complete MAC pre-seeds below, as well as a link to the conference’s release.

Link to MAC release

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The 2018 MAC Wrestling Championships will be held March 3-4 and hosted by Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Mich.  Listed below is the pre-seeding for the MAC Wrestling Championship following today’s conference call with all eight MAC head wrestling coaches.

125
1 – Michael McGee, Old Dominion
2 – Kyle Akins, Buffalo
3 – Brock Hudkins, Northern Illinois
4 – Drew Hildebrandt, Central Michigan
5 – Barlow McGhee, Missouri
6 – Tomas Gutierrez, Eastern Michigan
7 – Jake Ferri, Kent State
8 – Trevor Giallombardo, Ohio

133
1 – John Erneste, Missouri
2 – Cameron Kelly, Ohio
3 – Bryan Lantry, Buffalo
4 – Anthony Tutolo, Kent State
5 – Noah Gonser, Eastern Michigan
6 – Caleb Richardson, Old Dominion
7 – Dresden Simon, Central Michigan
8 – Alijah Jeffery, Northern Illinois

141
1 – Jaydin Eierman, Missouri
2 – Mason Smith, Central Michigan
3 – Alex Madrigal, Old Dominion
4 – Tim Rooney, Kent State
5 – Mario Guillen, Ohio
6 – Sa’Derian Perry, Eastern Michigan
7 – Jason Estevez, Buffalo
8 – Anthony Rubino, Northern Illinois

149
1 – Grant Leeth, Missouri
2 – Justin Oliver, Central Michigan
3 – Kade Kowalski, Ohio
4 – Kyle Springer, Eastern Michigan
5 – Kenan Carter, Old Dominion
6 – Nolan Baker, Northern Illinois
7 – Nick Monico, Kent State
8 – Nick Palumbo, Buffalo

157
1 – Joey Lavallee, Missouri
2 – Larry Early, Old Dominion
3 – Casey Sparkman, Kent State
4 – Colin Heffernan, Central Michigan
5 – Cullen Cummings, Ohio
6 – J.J. Wolfe, Eastern Michigan
7 – Caden McWhirter, Northern Illinois
8 – Eric Fasnacht, Buffalo

165
1 – Connor Flynn, Missouri
2 – Zac Carson, Eastern Michigan
3 – Logan Parks, Central Michigan
4 – Isaac Bast, Kent State
5 – Joseph Terry, Ohio
6 – Andrew Scott, Northern Illinois
7 – Noah Grover, Buffalo
8 – Shane Jones, Old Dominion

174
1 – Daniel Lewis, Missouri
2 – CJ Brucki, Central Michigan
3 – Seldon Wright, Old Dominion
4 – Andrew McNally, Eastern Michigan
5 – Dylan Barreiro, Kent State
6 – Quinton Rosser, Northern Illinois
7 – Arsen Ashughyan, Ohio
8 – Austin Weigel, Buffalo

184
1 – Canten Marriott, Missouri
2 – Jordan Ellingwood, Central Michigan
3 – Kayne MacCallum, Eastern Michigan
4 – Bryce Gorman, Northern Illinois
5 – Brett Perry, Buffalo
6 – Antonio Agee, Old Dominion
7 – Hunter Yeargan, Ohio
8 – Colin McCracken, Kent State

197
1 – Willie Miklus, Missouri
2 – Jordan Atienza, Central Michigan
3 – Joe Ariola, Buffalo
4 – Aaron Naples, Ohio
5 – Kyle Conel, Kent State
6 – Derek Hillman, Eastern Michigan
7 – Noah Bushman, Old Dominion
8 – Max Ihry, Northern Illinois

Hwt.
1 – Jake Gunning, Buffalo
2 – Gage Hutchison, Eastern Michigan
3 – Zack Parker, Ohio
4 – Stephen Suglio, Kent State
5 – Matt Stencel, Central Michigan
6 – Ali Wahab, Old Dominion
7 – Caleb Gossett, Northern Illinois
8 – Wyatt Koelling, Missouri

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