A lot of people have been discussing Sam Stoll since he didn’t wrestle in Iowa’s 22-12 loss to Ohio State on Sunday. The takes have been hot, spanning the spectrum from ducking Kyle Snyder for seed protection to everything that’s limiting college wrestling’s overall growth. Let’s settle down here for a second.
The Iowa State wrestling program experienced another defection on Tuesday — and it was a big one. Kanen Storr, a redshirt freshman, has asked for and been granted a release to transfer from the Cyclones, according to a release. Iowa State's first-year coach Kevin Dresser honored that request. “Kanen (Storr) requested permission to transfer to another institution,” Dresser said in the release.
One of the state’s best wrestlers is putting together one of the most dominant seasons in recent memory, and as he steps off the podium after winning the 2018 Ed Winger Classic, it dawns on him that people are starting to notice. So, naturally, he smiles and shrugs it off. “I really don’t think about it too much,” Valley senior Joel Shapiro says. “I just go out and try to score points, get some nearfalls and tilts on top. If I get the fall, I get the fall.
@TJRosch@jkinger_23 I mean, you can always expect turnover when new regimes come in. He's the fourth defection Dresser's faced this year, but he's undoubtedly the biggest. I found it shocking, to be honest. Figured him and Degen were going to be the pillars of the rebuild.
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