In an interview with the media, the Iowa State’s Marcus Coleman stated that he believes that the best is to come from his career. Coleman also stated that he’s eager to make a huge achievement at the national championships and the Big 12 conference championships.
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The Iowa State University’s wrestlers is extremely talented and young. They have a strong team of wrestlers led sophomore Marcus Coleman. They are looking to make an impact in national competition.
Last week in the last game, the Cyclones beat the Reds by 3-2. Now, they have a winning streak of three games. Their losses were only against some of Iowa State staples. This is the first time Iowa has lost a dual with a non-state rival in the span of four seasons.
Alongside Coleman’s victories as well, the Cyclones were also able to get major rulings on the part of Kordell Norfleet, Tanner Hall and Zahid Valencia. Iowa got three bonus points due to these victories.
Iowa is awarded the 32 NCAA Team Championships. Since 2004, it hasn’t lost to any opponent within the state.
Iowa State has never won an event in a double meet with the Hawkeyes. The teams split the 10 times they’ve played this year. In contrast, Iowa’s latest win increased their record to 12-0. The two teams are still in a battle.
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Currently ranked fourth in the world at 184 pounds Ames the home of Marcus Coleman is on the edge of winning another state championship. Coleman is determined to raise his current state rank one step higher, with the two highest-ranked wrestlers qualifying to compete in the NCAA event.
It is believed that the Iowa State wrestling program is on the verge of bringing an impressive recruiting class to town. Coach Kevin Jackson has made it abundantly clear that Coleman is a key piece of the Cyclones their future. He’s steadily improved throughout his entire career.
After a couple of major wins last week, Coleman gained weight from 197 to 197 and also beat the highest-ranked wrestler in the country, Aaron Brooks of Penn State. On top of that, he was also named The Big 12 Wrestler of the Week.
Coleman used a six-point move on Brooks in the previous match. He didn’t win the contest by securing the pin.
Iowa State’s rookie Sam Colbray, weighing in at 197 pounds also won. Colbray was ranked #18 in the rank. Colbray was victorious in four of his first five matches.
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Marcus Coleman, an Ames native who is now the Iowa State 184-pounder believes that the most successful of his time in the sport of wrestling is ahead. He is now aiming for another state championship following winning the title in 2017. He’s also on track to achieve it in the year 2019.
Ames is now home to three state champions for the first time since 2002. Kaleb Young, Myles Wilson, and Myles Wilson are the three last champions. All three wrestled under the Hawkeye program. These Cyclones, Coleman included, will now be looking to make their stamp on the state.
Coleman who is among the most intriguing young recruits in America He is looking forward to enjoying his senior season. His main goal is to take on every challenge on the mat.
His 54 wins in succession is a record. It’s not uncommon for college wrestler to reach an achievement like this, but it’s rare for someone to do it at the NCAA competition.
Coleman’s overall record stands at 75-38. He has won twice against top 10 wrestlers, including a victory over eventual the two-time champion of the national championship Aaron Brooks. On Tuesday, he was named the NCAA Wrestler of the Week.
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Tensions are high when Iowa State and Iowa meet for their dual Saturday. It is expected that tensions will be high. Cyclones and Hawkeyes have a history of fighting that goes back decades. In recent times they split 10 games. But, the Cyclones have taken three wins out of their last four games and have a record of 6-0. They’ll now play the Blue Pool Championship Dual.
Iowa State boasts a stellar squad, with three NCAA champs. Head coach Kevin Jackson expects Coleman to be a key piece in the Cyclones’ future. He’s currently fourth in the nation at 184 pounds.
He has one goal: to win all the matches he plays this season. In the moment, he’s got pinned and has had one significant choice and two bonus points.
After securing his first top-eight finish in Detroit in March of this year, Coleman will be looking to make the jump to the very top of the rankings for national players. Coleman is already the state champion He is looking to claim a second. Coleman’s college experiences have been an ongoing improvement.