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Iowa Western Wrestling Signs Two of Wisconsin's Best
Iowa Western Wrestling Signs Two of Wisconsin’s Best
The Iowa Western Wrestling program made two of its biggest signings on Monday claiming the talents of two Wisconsin big men as Roland Dunlap (Muskego) and John Jude (Milwaukee) both pledged to wrestle for the Reivers.
Roland Dunlap brings national acclaim to Iowa Western’s 2012 recruiting class as the No. 78 overall recruit in the nation as ranked by InterMatWrestle.com. he is the No. 9-ranked wrestler in the nation at 182 pounds and fifth-ranked at 195 pounds by TheOpenMat.com. Dunlap capped off his near perfect senior year by claiming his second state title with a 46-1 overall record. His only loss came to the top ranked wrestler nationally, Devin Petersen, by only two points. The Muskego High School product tallied an impressive 159-9 career record and claimed 5th- and 3rd-place medals his freshman and sophomore seasons, respectively, in addition to his two state titles. Dunlap will wrestle 197 pounds for the Reivers.
Dunlap chose Iowa Western over Iowa Central, North Idaho, Edinboro, Campbell, and Lindsey Wilson.
John Jude also stood atop the podium at the Wisconsin State Tournament in the Heavyweight Division. Jude, who missed his junior season due to a transfer rule, dazzled the crowd with a pin in the state finals followed by a cartwheel into the splits. Nearly untouched his senior year, Jude racked up a record of 49-1 with 43 pins. Jude went on to earn All-American honors at the NHSCA Senior National Tournament, arguably the toughest tournament in the nation, with an 8th-place finish. The Milwaukee Bradley Tech High School product also has claimed All-American honors with his 6th-place finish at the Fargo Cadet Freestyle Nationals and a 6th place finish at the Junior Folkstyle Nationals, both in 2010.
Jude chose Iowa Western over Ellsworth, NIACC, Minnesota State-Mankato, and Augsburg.