Apr 10, 2015
It'd been 12 years since an unseeded wrestler had reached the
NCAA Division I championship finals. Back then, they only seeded to
12. With the field now seeded at 16, having an unseeded wrestler
reach the finals is less likely.
No one told West Virginia true freshman Zeke Moisey.
Despite coming in with 13 regular-season losses, Moisey reached the championship finals at 125 pounds before falling to Ohio State nemesis Nathan Tomasello. Under first-year head coach Sammie Henson, Moisey joined us on Episode 158 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast to talk about his high school career at Bethlehem Catholic, the decision not to redshirt, recovering from surgery and what it's like to be #BullTrained.
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