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Woods Advances to the Semis

Jan 1, 2022

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - Redshirt junior Real Woods went 3-0 to advance to the semifinals, Saturday, at the Southern Scuffle, presented by Compound Sportswear, in McKenzie Arena.

Woods, who is ranked No. 7 nationally at 141 pounds, gave up just one point in his three matches. He opend the tournament with a 4-0 decision over Minnesota's Marcos Polanco and then advanced to the quarterfinals with a 6-0 decision against Andrew Bloemhof of Oklahoma State.

In the quarters, the Albuquerque, New Mexico, native edged Maryland's Ethen Miler, 3-1, to reach the semifinals. Woods, who is now 6-0 on the season and 31-4 in his career, will face No. 8 Andrew Alirez of Northern Colorado on Sunday in the semifinals.

Redshirt junior Tyler Eischens was 2-1 on the day, advancing to the quarterfinals at 174 pounds. Eischens, who is ranked No. 28, posted a pair of decisions to open the tournament. He dropped a 5-2 decision to No. 13 Peyton Mocco of Missouri in the quarterfinals and will face Buffalo's Jay Nivison on Sunday morning.

Sophomore 197-pounder Nick Stemmet is also still alive in the consolation bracket for the Cardinal. He was 3-1 on Saturday with two decisions and a major. He will meet No. 24 Alan Clothier of Northern Colorado on Sunday.

Junior Jackson DiSario posted a 4-2 record at 133 pounds on Saturday. He began the day with a fall in 4:53 over Trayton Anderson of South Dakota State. After dropping into the consolation bracket, he reeled off three straight wins, including a 16-0 technical fall in 4:09 over Duke's Drake Doolittle. DiSario is now 14-5 on the season.

Sophomore Charlie Darracott finished the day 2-2, dropping a pair of close decisions. He earned a dominating 18-3 technical fall in 6:18 over Taylor Parks of Gardner-Webb in his first round match. He came up short in an 8-6 sudden victory decision to Penn State's Joe Lee to fall into the consolation bracket. There, he turned in a 10-5 decision over Buffalo's Hunter Shaut before dropping an 11-9 hard-fought decision to Adam Santoro of Cornell.

As a team, Stanford has 33 points, good for 11th overall. Action begins on Sunday at 8 a.m. PT on FloWrestling. The semifinals are slated for 10 a.m. PT.

Logan Ashton, 125 pounds | 1-2

Opponent Result
fall Aedyn Concepcion (Gardner-Webb) F1:19
lost to #9 Pat McKee (Minnesota) 9-2
lost to Braxton Brown (Maryland) 7-0


#29 Jackson DiSario, 133 pounds | 4-2

Opponent Result
fall Trayton Anderson (South Dakota State) F4:53
lost to King Sandoval (Maryland) F4:06
tech. fall Drake Doolittle (Duke) 16-0 (4:09)
dec. Mike Tortorice (Bellarmine) 3-0
dec. Jordan Titus (West Virginia) 8-2
lost to Ethan Oakley (Appalachian State) 6-2


Jason Miranda, 133 pounds | 0-2

Opponent Result
lost to Trey Crawford (Missouri) 5-3
lost to Ethan Fernandez (Spartan Combat RTC) 6-2


#7 Real Woods, 141 pounds | 3-0

Opponent Result
dec. Marcos Polanco (Minnesota) 4-0
dec. Andrew Bloemhof (Oklahoma State) 6-0
dec. Ethen Miller (Maryland) 3-1


Charlie Darracott, 157 pounds | 2-2

Opponent Result
tech. fall Taylor Parks (Gardner-Webb) 18-3 (6:18)
lost to Joe Lee (Penn State) 8-6 (SV)
dec. Hunter Shaut (Buffalo) 10-5
lost to Adam Santoro (Cornell) 11-9


#28 Tyler Eischens, 174 pounds | 2-1

Opponent Result
dec. Eric Beck (Bellarmine) 6-2
dec. Jake Lanning (Buffalo) 9-3
lost to #13 Peyton Mocco (Missouri) 5-2


Ethan Woods, 184 pounds | 0-2

Opponent Result
lost to Michael Nelson (North Dakota State) 7-0
lost to Tanner Mendoza (Little Rock) 10-4


Nick Stemmet, 197 pounds | 3-1

Opponent Result
dec. Kevin Makosy (Maryland) 8-2
lost to Nick Casperson (South Dakota State) 14-9
maj. dec. Matt Correnti (Rider) 13-5
dec. Tyler Mousaw (VMI) 7-5


Peter Ming, 285 pounds | 2-2

Opponent Result
dec. Jacob Sartorio (Appalachian State) 3-0
lost to #7 Wyatt Hendrickson (Air Force) F1:24
dec. Bowen McConville (South Dakota State) 8-2
lost to David Szuba (Rider) 25-10 (7:00)


Seamus O'Malley, 285 pounds | 1-2

Opponent Result
lost to Aaron Costello (Iowa) F2:20
fall Matthias Ervin (Chattanooga) F2:59
lost to David Szuba (Rider) 17-2 (3:51)