Women's Wrestling Finishes with Three Medalists at Bearcat Open

Posted January 28, 2017

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Marshall, Mo. (January 28, 2017) - The No. 12 Missouri Valley College women’s wrestling team competed Bearcat Open at McKendree (Ill.) University Saturday.  The Vikings finished with three medalists, led by Junior Alicia Reyes who won the 123 pound weight class.

 

Junior Hilda Garcia (Mt. Vernon, Wash.)-109 pounds:      

First Round: Lost to Autum Pacheco from Melon College in a fall (1:32).

Consolation First Round: Received a bye.

Consolation Second Round: Lost to Elysha Foster from Midland University in a 12-0 technical fall.

 

No 5 Senior Christy Powell (Powder Springs, Ga.)-116 pounds:

First Round: Defeated Sam Diaz from Missouri Baptist University in a 10-0 technical fall.

Quarterfinal: Defeated Brandi Elizalde from McKendree University by a 10-0 technical fall.

Semifinal: Lost to Amy Fearnside from University of Jamestown by a 10-0 technical fall.

Consolation Semifinal: Lost to Tayler Resuriz of McKendree in a 6-4 decition.

Fifth Place Match: Defeated Tricia Martin from the University of Jamestown in a first period (0:30) pin.

 

Junior LoriAnn Archuleta (Peralta, N.M.)-123 pounds:

First Round: Lost to Gabrielle Weyhrich (Unattached) by a 10-0 technical fall.

Consolation First Round: Received a bye.

Consolation Second Round: Defeated Andrea Altamira from Lindenwood University in a 9-0 decision.

Consolation Third Round: Lost to Bianca Arizpe from Menlo College by a 10-0 technical fall.

 

No 7 Junior Alicia Reyes (Blue Springs, Mo.)-123 pounds:

First Round: Received a bye.

Second Round: - Defeated Jackie Quintana from Missouri Baptist University in a fall (1:45).

Quarterfinal: Defeated Melanie Cordero from Menlo college in a fall (0:57).

Semifinal: Defeated Nicole Joseph from King University in a 10-0 technical fall.

Championship Match: Defeated Steffanie Hampton of Campbellsville University in a 10-0 technical fall.

 

Sophomore Mayra Becerra (Mission, Texas)-136 pounds:

First Round: Lost to No. 7 Solin Piearcy from Menlo College in a 10-0 technical fall.

Consolation First Round: Received a bye.

Consolation Second Round: Lost to Darla Allen (Unattached) in a 10-0 technical fall.

 

Junior Anna Poyner (New Hatford, Iowa) -136 pounds:

First Round: Lost to Koral Sugiyama from Campbellsville University by forfeit.

Consolation First Round: Received a bye.

Consolation Second Round: Lost to Deandra Benn from Adrian by injury default.

 

Sophomore Bethany Davis (Roy, Wash.)- 136 pounds:

First Round: Received a bye.

Second Round: Lost to Heiley Garcia from Oklahoma City University by a fall (0:00).

Consolation Second Round: Defeated Kate Nestingen from Life University by a fall (0:00).

Consolation Third Round: Lost to Deandra Benn from Adrian by a fall (0:00).

 

Junior Yurenis Taveras (Bronx, N.Y.) -170 pounds:

First Round: Received a bye.

Second Round: Lost to Nahiela Magee (Unattached) in a 10-0 technical fall.

Consolation Second Round: Lost to Jessica Rodriguez from Lindenwood University by a fall (0:00).

 

Frist Round: Received a bye.

Second Round: Defeated Kay Tehotu from Southwestern Oregon CC by a fall (2:46).

Quarterfinal: Lost to Jesse Grubbs from Campbellsville University by a 4-3 decision.

Consolation Fourth Round: Defeated Diana Lopez from University of Jamestown by a fall (1:08).

Consolation Fifth Round: Defeated Koa Moa from Missouri Baptist University by a 10-0 technical fall.

Consolation Semifinal: Lost to Kayla Aggio from the Aries Wrestling Club in a 4-1 decision.

Fifth Place Match: Defeated Jesse Grubbs by injury default.

 

 

The Vikings will next be in action at the WCWA Nationals in Oklahoma City, Okla., Feb. 10-11.

 

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