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Release Date: 03/18/2008
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EUGENE The University of Oregon wrestling team will proudly send the duo of redshirt junior Ryan Dunn (Estacada, Ore., 133 pounds, 22-7) and Charlie Alexander (Central Point, Ore., 285, 23-10) against the nation’s best in the NCAA Wrestling Championships, this Thursday-Saturday, March 20-22 in the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Mo.

In their NCAA debuts, the duo will extend Oregon’s NCAA wrestling tradition that dates back to the 1950s, and will attempt to become Oregon’s 33rd and 34th All-Americans a special group that includes 10th-year Duck head coach Chuck Kearney.

Oregon’s first All-American was Jay Dearing in 1958 (147, fifth), and Ducks have went on to score two NCAA titles, three runner-up honors, and two more third-place finishes since then. The breakdown for additional top-eight placings in UO history follows: 4th 9, 5th 5, 6th 3, 7th 3, 8th 4.

In their most recent action three weeks ago, Dunn improved two positions on his pre-meet seeding and finished second at 133 pounds in the Pac-10 Championships in Eugene. Alexander placed fourth in the heavyweight class and was one of the top freshmen in the meet.

More NCAA meet information is available at the www.ncaasports.com and www.intermatwrestle.com websites.


DUNN SEASON REVIEW
In mid-February, Dunn scored one of the Ducks' highlights in recent memory with a 5-3 win over returning NCAA runner-up and then-No. 1 ranked Coleman Scott of Oklahoma State at Mac Court in a dual vs. the Cowboys. He has beaten four other of this week’s NCAA qualifiers already this season.

Dunn opened the fall with a third-place finish and 3-1 mark in the Wyoming Open (11/10) that included a pair of wins over NCAA qualifier Cory Vornbauer of Wyoming a main bracket pin (5:58) and 5-3 win in the third-place bout. A week later, he won his three duals in the John Hancock Open (11/17) in Golden, Colo., to raise his record to 6-1. The following week in the Hoosier Duals in Bloomington, Ind. (11/24), he came back from a 7-5 opening loss to NCAA qualifier and current 12th seed Andrae Hernandez of Indiana to win his next three matches that day including a 3-2 win over Liberty’s NCAA qualifier Christian Smith. Dunn went 3-1 in the tourney to raise his season record to 9-2 overall at that point.

In December’s Pac-10 dual opener vs. rival Oregon State, he scored a pin of Clifton Ivanoff, then beat three more opponents the following weekend to raise his winning streak to six matches. He then suffered his only major decision loss of the season to returning NCAA runner-up and top-ranked Coleman Scott, 14-6, at the Reno Tournament of Champions in mid-December, and lost against that day to then-No. 19 and NCAA qualifier Conor Beebe of Central Michigan, 10-7.

In January, he started another four-win streak in Pac-10 dual action that included a 5-2 win over then-No. 17 Filip Novachkov of Cal Poly. After a pair of away losses to end January and open February to eventual Pac-10 champion Cory Fish of Boise State, 9-3, and Todd Schavrien of Arizona State, 19-14, he responded with four straight wins to end the regular season.

In March’s Pac-10 Championships, Dunn opened with an 18-8 major decision win over Ivanoff, added a 6-4 win over NCAA qualifier Novachkov of Cal Poly, and upset top seed and then-No. 15 T.J. Dillashaw of Cal State Fullerton, 6-2. The home crowd nearly cheered him to victory in the championship, but he ultimately lost 3-1 to Boise State’s Fish in the final to finish second.

Dunn vs. NCAA Qualifiers in 2007-08
Date Weight Seed-Opp., School (Nat’l Rk, Ov Rec) Tnmt Format (Main/Consolation/Dual) Outcome
11-10 133 Cory Vombaur, Wyoming (20-15) M - W, 5:58
11-10 133 Cory Vombaur, Wyoming (20-15) C 3rd W, 5-3
11-24 133 12-Andrae Hernandez, Ind. (20-11) D L, 7-5
11-24 133 Christian Smith, Liberty (17-15) D W, 4-3
12-18 133 3-Coleman Scott, Ok.St. (#1) (28-4) M - L, 14-6
12-18 133 Conor Beebe, C. Mich. (#19) (20-15) C - L, 10-7
1-25 133 Cory Fish, Boise State (20-6) D L, 9-3
2-8 133 3-Coleman Scott, Ok.St. (#1) (28-4) D W, 5-3
3-2 133 Boris Novachkov, Cal Poly (16-8) M W, 6-4
3-2 133 T.J. Dillashaw, CS Full. (#15) (18-8) M W, 6-2
3-3 133 Corey Fish, Boise State (20-6) M L, 3-1

Other Notable Matches
1-4 133 Filip Novachkov, Cal Poly (#17) D W, 5-2


ALEXANDER SEASON REVIEW
In his first collegiate season, Alexander started the campaign off in impressive fashion with an 11-1 record the first three weeks, and the only loss in that span was to Northern Colorado’s NCAA qualifier Reece Hopkin, a fall at 2:41 the opening weekend in the Wyoming Open. He won three more in a row at home to raise that mark to 14-1 that included a 3-1 win over Oregon State’s NCAA qualifier Travis Gardner and a pair of wins over top-10 ranked NAIA opponents Jeremy Johnson of Oklahoma City, 10-4, and Marcus Moore, 4-1. A week later, Moore returned the favor with a 4-1 decision over Alexander to open the Reno Tournament of Champions in mid-December.

In January, he evened his season record vs. Hopkin with a 6-3 win in the Northern Colorado dual that started another 6-1 run that included the first month of the Pac-10 Conference dual slate. After a loss to Boise State’s Nick Smith, 3-2, at Boise, he won three more league contests in a row, then ended the year with narrow losses to Oklahoma State’s NCAA qualifier Jared Rosholt, 4-1, and Oregon State’s NCAA qualifier Gardner, 5-2.

In the Pac-10 Championships, he placed fourth and went 1-2 with losses to NCAA qualifier Gardner, 4-0, and to Arizona State’s Quinton Pruett, 3-2, then Boise State’s top-seeded Nick Smith in the third-place match, 5-2.

Alexander vs. NCAA Qualifiers in 2007-08
Date Weight Seed-Opp., School (Nat’l Rk, Ov Rec) Tnmt Format (Main/Consolation/Dual) Outcome
11-10 285 Reece Hopkin, N. Colorado (24-3) M - L, 2:41
12-7 285 Travis Gardner, Oregon St. (21-6) D W, 2-1
1-11 285 Reece Hopkin, N. Colo. (#20, 24-3) D W, 6-3
1-25 285 Nick Smith, Boise State (16-7) D L, 3-2
2-8 285 5-Jared Rosholt, Ok. State (29-3) D L, 4-1
2-17 285 Travis Gardner, Oregon St. (21-6) D L, 5-2
3-2 285 Travis Gardner, Oregon St. (21-6) M L, 4-0

Other Notable Matches
1-2 285 Wade Sauer, CS Fullerton (#4) D L, 7-0


OREGON NCAA TRADITION
Oregon’s first NCAA champion was John Miller who claimed the 115-pound title in 1969 and also took fifth in ’68 and fourth in ’70. Two years ago, the Ducks celebrated another victory courtesy of Shane Webster who won the 184-pound crown in ’06, his second All-America honor after he placed sixth in 03. Oregon’s most recent All-American was Joey Bracamonte (165, fifth, 2006).

NCAA CRED FOR COACHES
Oregon head coach Chuck Kearney was an All-American for the Ducks his senior season (1988, 177, fifth) and an NCAA qualifier both seasons for UO. Associate head coach Rick Stewart was an NCAA champion for Oklahoma State at 157 pounds as a sophomore and junior in 1980 and ’81, and added All-America honors as a freshman (seventh) and senior (third). Assistant Coach Jason Powell won an NCAA 125-pound champion for Nebraska at the same St. Louis site as a senior in 2004 after he scored third as a junior and fifth as a sophomore. Volunteer coach Tony Overstake was also an NCAA veteran for the Ducks at 157 pounds.

OREGON ON THE NCAA TEAM CHARTS
Going back to 1957, UO has posted 17, top-25 team finishes in the collegiate finale, including a high placing of 11th in 1980. Other finishes that fit that category follow:

By Year: 1958 - 14th-t, 1966 - 15th, 1969 - 16th, 1970 - 16th, 1975 -12th, 1976 - 15th, 1977 - 21st, 1978 - 21st, 1979 - 18th-t, 1980 - 11th, 1981 - 22nd, 1982 - 18th, 1991 - 14th, 1997 - 14th-t, 2002 - 24th, 2006 - 22nd

By Finish: 11th 1980; 12th 1975; 14th 1958, ’91, ’97; 15th 1966, 76; 16th 1969, ’70; 18th 1979, ’82; 21st 1977, ’78; 22nd 1981, 2006; 24th - 2002

PAC-10 RECAP
Three weeks ago at McArthur Court in Eugene, Dunn and Alexander were among seven grapplers that scored for the Ducks. Dunn’s finish was a career best and his first top-six finish. Alexander and Zack Frazier both scored double digit tallies (11 1/2, 10 ) en route to their fourth- and sixth-place finishes.

Other Ducks that scored included sixth-seeded redshirt senior Joey Lucas (125, eighth), eighth-seeded redshirt junior Cody Moulton (141, sixth), and the sophomore duo of fourth seed Kyle Bounds (157, sixth), and sixth seed Ron Lee (174, eighth) also added points to UO's scoring column.

Redshirt junior Jeremy McLaughlin normally a 149-pounder - continued to show his team-first mentality and wrestled up four weight classes at 184, but went 0-2. Other Ducks that competed included redshirt senior Elliott Tracy (149) and redshirt junior Shaun Dee (197).

Boise State, with nine top-three finishers, won the team race with the third-highest point total (152 1/2 points) in meet history and the most since Cal State Bakersfield won with 155 points in 1996 on their home mat.

Stanford followed in second place with 106 1/2 points - 46 points back of Boise State. Oregon State (third, 106), Arizona State (fourth, 103) and Cal State Fullerton (fifth, 101 1/2) also topped 100 points - the first time five teams topped the century mark. Cal Poly followed in sixth place (99 1/2), ahead of Cal State Bakersfield (seventh, 94 1/2), UC Davis (eighth, 79 1/2), Oregon (ninth, 59) and Portland State (10th, 16).

THE ROAD TO ST. LOUIS
The top three finishers from each Pac-10 Championships weight class earned automatic invitations to the NCAA Championships. Alexander was one of eight wild cards that also earned invites that were selected in a head coaches meeting immediately after the event.

AROUND THE PAC-10
On the individual front, Cal Poly senior Chad Mendes (141) is top-ranked nationally this week by Intermat Wrestling and is undefeated this season (26-0).

Other Pac-10 wrestlers seeded top 12 in their respective brackets include Stanford senior Tanner Gardner (125, #4, 33-1), Cal State Fullerton senior Morgan Atkinson (149, #12, 29-2), Cal Poly sophomore Chase Pami (157, #9, 24-4), Stanford senior Josh Zupancic (157, #12 34-4), and Boise State junior Tyler Sherfey (157, #11, 27-6) and freshman Kirk Smith (184, #10, 22-3).

2007 NCAA REWIND
DETROIT In last year’s collegiate finale in Detroit, then-senior Justin Pearch and then-freshman Ron Lee represented UO.

Pearch (141) lost via major decision, 11-0, to No. 6 ranked Alex Tsirtsis, then lost, 7-5, in the consolation bracket to Darren Kern of Bloomsberg College. The Estacada, Ore. native Pearch finished the season with a team-best 26-12 record.

Lee, a wild card selection, continued his return from a broken leg the month before. In his opener, he was pinned by No. 2 seeded Kevin Gavin of Pittsburgh in the championship bracket in 3:36, and afterwards lost by major decision to Daniel Burk of Northern Illinois in the consolation bracket. Battling injury all year, Lee still sported an 18-18 record tops among UO freshmen.

2006 NCAA REWIND WEBSTER WINS
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. Two years ago, Shane Webster staked one-point wins in his final two matches to claim the national 184-pound title UO’s first since 1969 and second in program history. The Sams Valley Ore., native Webster entered the tourney seeded fifth, and defeated Minnesota’s Roger Kish, 3-2, in the championship final. After a scoreless first period, Webster scored a quick point for an escape to open the second, and Kish followed suit early in the third period. The two continued to trade shots until Webster was able to scoot behind Kish and secure the two point takedown with Kish garnering a point on the escape in the 3-2 decision. Webster was the first Duck to reach the final since Scott Bliss in 1980 (150 pounds), and head coach Chuck Kearney’s first national champion.

Also on the final day, then-senior Joey Bracamonte, won the fifth-place match via a low-scoring, more conventional method, 4-3, over Travis Paulson of Iowa State. In his first consolation, he lost a hard-fought 15-10 match to Deonte Penn of Edinboro who dominated the first period, scoring five points on two near-falls and totaling 2:35 of riding time. Bracamonte fought through another near-fall and scored a nice reversal eventually landing a cement mixer, scoring a five-point nearfall, but he wasn’t able to secure the fall. Bracamonte got the match as close as, 14-10, but couldn’t score again as he went upper body trying for the fall, Penn scored the riding time point and held on to win, 15-10.

The Ducks finished 22nd as a team with scoring 33 team points the second-highest finish by a Pac-10 school behind Arizona State (sixth). The finish was Oregon’s best since a tie for 21st in 1997.

DUCK SEASON STAT LEADERS
At the end of the season, eight Duck individuals had 10 or more wins Alexander (285, 23-10), Lee (174 pounds, 22-13), Dunn (133, 22-7), Frazier (165, 19-15), redshirt freshman Brett Gray (141, 13-3), sophomore Brysen French (184, 11-5), Dee (197, 12-21) and Bounds (157, 10-15). Frazier notched his team-leading fourth pin of the season in his league opener vs. Cal State Bakersfield’s Daniel Atondo (3:46). Dunn is the current career wins leader (59) on the youthful Duck roster, and is followed by Lucas (second, 45), Lee (third, 40) and French (fourth, 30). A link to complete season statistics is in the STATISTICS dropdown menu at the top of the www.GoDucks.com wrestling page.

DUCK CAREER RECORDS
Joey Lucas, RSr., 125-133, Hillsboro, Ore., (45-57)
Beau Malia, RJr., 125, Billings, Mont. (25-28)
Ryan Dunn, RJr., 133, Estacada, Ore. (59-25)
Brett Gray, RFr. , Catoosa, Okla, 141-149 (16-7)
Cody Moulton, RJr., Redmond, Ore., 141-149 (8-18)
Duke Wasteney, RSo., Portland, Ore. 149 (0-1)
Jeremy McLaughlin, RJr., Central Point, Ore., 149-157 (25-49)
Elliott Tracy, RSr., 149-157, Eugene, Ore., (22-33)
Kyle Bounds, RSo., 157, Vancouver, Wash. (28-32)
Bryan Cantrell, Jr., 165, Hillsboro, Ore. (15-19)
Zack Frazier, So., 165, Gresham, Ore. (31-32)
Ron Lee, RSo., 174, Central Point, Ore. (40-31)
Brysen French, So., 184, Hillsboro, Ore. (30-25)
Marcus Myers, Sr., 184, Beaverton, Ore. (0-5)
Shaun Dee, RJr., 197, Beaverton, Ore. (22-33)
Chris Robertson, So., 285, Central Point, Ore. (8-23)
Charlie Alexander, RFr., 285, Central Point, Ore. (23-10)

PICKS OF THE PAC-10
In the eighth and final edition of the Pacific-10 Conference wrestling rankings at the end of February, three Ducks were ranked top four in their weight classes Alexander (285, third), Dunn (133, fourth) and Bounds (157, fourth).

Frazier (165) followed in fifth, and two others ranked sixth - redshirt senior Joey Lucas (125) and redshirt sophomore Ron Lee (174). Other Ducks in the rankings included Moulton (141, eighth), Tracy (149, eighth), Dee (197, eighth) and Myers (184, 10th).

ON A ROLL
Before late December’s Reno Tournament of Champions stop, Alexander had won 11 straight matches in his first collegiate season, and other next-best current winning streaks overall belonged to Gray (8) and French (6) although neither wrestled after December. In dual-only action, Lee had won 10 in a row before a loss at Boise State in late January to the Pac-10’s top-ranked wrestler in that class, Nate Lee, while Dunn had won nine in a row before losing twice last weekend.

DUCK SEASON OUTLOOK
The Oregon wrestling program welcomed back 10 letterwinners in 2007-08, seven of which competed in the 2007 Pac-10 Championships. Lee capped an impressive stretch run last spring when he overcame a broken leg in the final months to still score fifth in the Pac-10 Championships and earn an NCAA Championships invitation. Other Duck returnees that placed top six in the Bakersfield, Calif., event included French (fourth, 184), McLaughlin (fifth, 149) and Lucas (sixth, 133), and other entries included Dunn (133) and Bounds (157) and Robertson (197).

HEAD COACH CHUCK KEARNEY
The Ducks are under the guidance of 10th-year head coach Chuck Kearney who owns the second-longest tenure in school history behind his mentor Ron Finley who guided UO for 28 years. A former Pac-10 champion and All-American for UO at 177 pounds, Kearney has guided Ducks to one NCAA individual title and five All-America honors among their 28 NCAA bids, along with eight Pac-10 individual titles. UO squads posted a runner-up Pac-10 team finish in 2002 and a third-place effort in 05, and his squads have scored four top-30 NCAA finishes, and two more top-40 placings.

DUCK WRESTLING HISTORY
In its 55th year of existence, Oregon’s lengthy wrestling tradition dates back to its first season in 1953-54. The Ducks have been guided by only six head coaches Bill Hammer (1954-58), Mike Reuter (1959-64), Ed Jones (1965), Art Keith (1966-70), Ron Finley (1971-98) and Chuck Kearney (1999-). Finley helped put Oregon in the national spotlight with nine top-two league finishes in a stretch from 1975-89, including UO’s first conference title in ’75, and additional victories in ’81 and ’82. Those two seasons, Finley was tabbed the conference coach of the year, and UO’s Jeff Stuebing (167) and Bill Nugent (142) claimed Pac-10 wrestlers of the year laurels. Altogether in Finley’s 28 years as head coach, UO finished top three in the conference 14 times and lower than fifth only twice. His Duck individuals combined for 22 All-America awards and 44 conference titles. In 1984, the same year Finley guided the U.S. Olympic team to the silver medal as head coach, his heavyweight pupil Greg Gibson also claimed Olympic silver and was joined on the Olympic team by Stuebing (163).

MAT TOWN OF THE WEST
Eugene unquestionably positioned itself as a capital for West Coast wrestling this season. In mid-November, 4,380 people roared in approval for the nation’s top collegiate wrestlers at the National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) All-Star Classic. Eight duals against league rivals and various non-conference opponents, including 34-time national champion Oklahoma State competed in Eugene, while the Pac-10 Championships returned to Eugene for the first time since 2001 and fourth time in event history.



OREGON NCAA WRESTLING HISTORY


Oregon NCAA Finishes

1956 29th
1957 21st
1958 14th-t
1960 27th
1963 36th
1965 35th
1966 15th
1968 26th
1969 16th
1970 16th
1972 38th
1973 31st
1975 12th
1976 15th
1977 21st
1978 21st
1979 18th-t
1980 11th
1981 22nd
1982 18th
1983 31st
1989 34th
1990 30th-t
1991 14th
1992 40th
1993 41st
1994 31st
1995 30th-t
1996 47th-t
1997 14th-t
1998 21st-t
1999 28th
2000 28th
2001 32nd-t
2002 24th
2003 36th-t
2006 22nd


NCAA Finishes by Place

11th - 1980
12th 1975
14th 1958, ’91, 97
15th 1966, 76
16th 1969, 70
18th 1979, 82
21st 1957, ’77, ’78, 98
22nd 1981, 2006
24th 2002
26th 1968
27th 1960
28th 1999, 2000
29th 1956
30th 1990, 95
31st - 1973, ’83, 94
32nd 2001,
34th - 1989
35th 1965
36th 1963, 2003
38th - 1972
40th 1992
41st - 1993
47th 1996


All-Americans - By Year

Wrestler - Year - Wgt. - Place
Jay Dearing - 1958 - 147 (5th)
Curt Scott - 1966 - 130 (4th)
John Miller - 1968 - 115 (5th)
John Miller - 1969 - 115 (1st)
John Miller - 1970 - 118 (4th)
Duane Stutzman - 1974 - 158 (5th)
Greg Gibson - 1975 - Hwt. (2nd)
Greg Gibson - 1976 - Hwt. (2nd)
Bob Bragg - 1977 - 190 (4th)
Scott Bliss - 1978 - 150 (6th)
Don Brown - 1979 - 177 (6th)
Scott Bliss - 1980 - 150 (2nd)
Ryan Kelly - 1981 - 190 (4th)
Bill Nugent - 1982 - 142 (4th)
Mike Erb - 1983 - 118 (7th)
Chuck Kearney - 1988 - 177 (5th)
Glenn Jarrett - 1989 - 134 (7th)
Dan Vidlak - 1990 - 118 (8th)
Curt Strahm - 1991 - 190 (3rd)
Dan Vidlak - 1991 - 118 (7th)
Scott Glenn - 1991 - 134 (8th)
Kevin Roberts - 1994 - 118 (4th)
Kevin Roberts - 1995 - 118 (8th)
Jeremy Ensrud - 1997 - 134 (4th)
Scott Norton - 1997 - 150 (4th)
Jeremy Ensrud - 1998 - 134 (3rd)
Chael Sonnen - 1998 - 190 (8th)
Doug Lee - 1999 - 187 (4th)
Eugene Harris - 2002 - 165 (4th)
Shane Webster - 2003 - 174 (6th)
Shane Webster - 2006 - 184 (1st)
Joey Bracamonte - 2006 - 165 (5th)



All-Americans - By Weight Class

John Miller - 1968 - 115 (5th)
John Miller - 1969 - 115 (1st)

John Miller - 1970 - 118 (4th)
Mike Erb - 1983 - 118 (7th)
Dan Vidlak - 1990 - 118 (8th)
Dan Vidlak - 1991 - 118 (7th)
Kevin Roberts - 1994 - 118 (4th)
Kevin Roberts - 1995 - 118 (8th)

Curt Scott - 1966 - 130 (4th)

Glenn Jarrett - 1989 - 134 (7th)
Scott Glenn - 1991 - 134 (8th)
Jeremy Ensrud - 1997 - 134 (4th)
Jeremy Ensrud - 1998 - 134 (3rd)

Bill Nugent - 1982 - 142 (4th)

Jay Dearing - 1958 - 147 (5th)

Scott Bliss - 1978 - 150 (6th)
Scott Bliss - 1980 - 150 (2nd)
Scott Norton - 1997 - 150 (4th)

Duane Stutzman - 1974 - 158 (5th)

Eugene Harris - 2002 - 165 (4th)
Joey Bracamonte - 2006 - 165 (5th)

Shane Webster - 2003 - 174 (6th)

Don Brown - 1979 - 177 (6th)
Chuck Kearney - 1988 - 177 (5th)

Shane Webster - 2006 - 184 (1st)

Doug Lee - 1999 - 187 (4th)

Bob Bragg - 1977 - 190 (4th)
Ryan Kelly - 1981 - 190 (4th)
Curt Strahm - 1991 - 190 (3rd)
Chael Sonnen - 1998 - 190 (8th)

Greg Gibson - 1975 - Hwt. (2nd)
Greg Gibson - 1976 - Hwt. (2nd)




All-Americans - By Place

John Miller - 1969 - 115 (1st)
Shane Webster - 2006 - 184 (1st)

Greg Gibson - 1975 - Hwt. (2nd)
Greg Gibson - 1976 - Hwt. (2nd)
Scott Bliss - 1980 - 150 (2nd)

Curt Strahm - 1991 - 190 (3rd)
Jeremy Ensrud - 1998 - 134 (3rd)

John Miller - 1970 - 118 (4th)
Bob Bragg - 1977 - 190 (4th)
Ryan Kelly - 1981 - 190 (4th)
Bill Nugent - 1982 - 142 (4th)
Kevin Roberts - 1994 - 118 (4th)
Jeremy Ensrud - 1997 - 134 (4th)
Scott Norton - 1997 - 150 (4th)
Doug Lee - 1999 - 187 (4th)
Eugene Harris - 2002 - 165 (4th)

Jay Dearing - 1958 - 147 (5th)
John Miller - 1968 - 115 (5th)
Duane Stutzman - 1974 - 158 (5th)
Chuck Kearney - 1988 - 177 (5th)
Joey Bracamonte - 2006 - 165 (5th)

Scott Bliss - 1978 - 150 (6th)
Don Brown - 1979 - 177 (6th)
Shane Webster - 2003 - 174 (6th)

Mike Erb - 1983 - 118 (7th)
Glenn Jarrett - 1989 - 134 (7th)
Dan Vidlak - 1991 - 118 (7th)

Dan Vidlak - 1990 - 118 (8th)
Scott Glenn - 1991 - 134 (8th)
Kevin Roberts - 1995 - 118 (8th)
Chael Sonnen - 1998 - 190 (8th)


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