Day 7: Men’s Freestyle 60kg, 84kg, and 120kg

Coleman Scott   Bronze Medalist!!!!
60kg Men’s Freestyle
Born:  4/19/86 in Waynesburg, PA
High School:  Waynesburg Central HS
College:  Oklahoma State; coached by John Smith

– High School:  3X PA state champion, 156-12 career record in high school
– College:  4X AA (8,5,2,1); 2008 NCAA Champion with a :49 pin over Joe Slaton (Iowa)
– 2012: US Olympian; Scott earned his birth by winning the US Olympic Team  Trials tournament in Iowa City, then winning wrestle offs over Reece Humphrey and Shawn Bunch at the 2012 Beat the Streets event held in Times Square, NYC.

Scott’s Results:
Coleman Scott (USA) dec. Seung-Chul Lee (Korea), 3-0, 3-0
Coleman Scott (USA) pinned Malkhaz Zarkua (Georgia)
Toghrul Asgarov (Azerbaijan) dec. Coleman Scott (USA), 1-0, 4-0
Coleman Scott (USA) dec. Kenichi Yumoto (Japan), 0-1, 3-0, 3-1 for Bronze!!!!!

Jake Herbert
84kg Men’s Freestyle
Born:  3/6/85 in North Allegheny, PA
High School:  North Allegheny HS
College: Northwestern University; coached by Tim Cysewski; BA in Communications

– High School: 2003 PA state champion, 4X state place winner; Dapper Dan selection
– College:  4X All-American (3,2,1,1); NCAA Champion in 2007, 2009; (2008 he took an Olympic red-shirt); 2009 Hodge Trophy Award winner
– 2009:  US Nationals champion; US World Team Trials champion (2nd at Worlds)
– 2010:  US Open Champion; US World Team Trials Champion (DNP at Worlds)
– 2011:  US Open Champion; Pan-American Games Champion
– 2012: US Olympian

Herbert’s Results:
Jake Herbert (USA) dec. Humberto Arencibia (Cuba), 1-4, 8-0, 1-1
Sharif Sharifov (Azerbaijan) dec. Jake Herbert (USA), 4-1, 6-0
Sharifov makes it to finals fo Herbert pulled back in to repechage
Ibrahim Bolukasi (Turkey) dec Jake Hervert (USA), 0-1, 4-1, 4-5

Tervel Dlagnev
120kg Men’s Freestyle
Born:  11/19/85 in Arlington, TX
High School:  Arlington HS, Arlington, TX
College: Nebraska – Kearney (DII); coached by Marc Bauer

– High School:  Placed 3rd as a senior, 4th as a junior; very impressive considering the first time he stepped onto a wrestling mat was as a high school sophomore!
College:  4X DII AA; 2X DII National Champion (2007, 2008)
– 2009: World Team Trials Champion (3rd at Worlds)
– 2011: US Open Champion; World Team Trials Champion (5th at Worlds)
– 2012: US Olympian

Dlagnev’s Results:
Tervel Dlagnev (USA) dec. Eldesoky Shaban (Egypt), 6-2, 1-0
Tervel Dlagnev (USA) dec. Aleksei Shemarov (Belarus), 2-0, 3-1
Artur Taymazov (Uzbekistan) pinned Tervel Dlagnev (USA)
Komeil Ghasemi (Iran) dec. Tervel Dlagnev (USA), 0-4, 1-0, 0-1

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