Kendall Moe of Indiana went 8-0 in women’s Greco-Roman at the Air Force Special Warfare Junior National Duals.
Richard Immel, USA Wrestling

Kendall Moe of Indiana went 8-0 in women’s Greco-Roman at the Air Force Special Warfare Junior National Duals.

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Women’s Greco-Roman All-Tournament Team announced at AFSW Junior National Duals

by Richard Immel, USA Wrestling

The Women’s Greco-Roman All-Tournament Team at the 2024 Air Force Special Warfare Junior National Duals has been announced, based upon results from the competition held in Tulsa, Okla., on Friday and Saturday.  


Athletes who went undefeated in their dual meet matches qualified for the All-Tournament Team, needing a minimum of four victories to be included.


35 athletes representing 15 different states were awarded spots on the Women’s Greco-Roman All-Tournament Team.


17 undefeated athletes posted perfect 8-0 records, the most of anyone in the tournament—Justice Gutierrez of Colorado, Kinlee Brandley of Utah, Katey Valdez of Colorado, Kendall Moe of Indiana, Addie Morse or Oklahoma, Abbi Cooper of California, Joely Slyter of Idaho, Eden Hernandez of California, Kaidance Gerg of Idaho, Zoe Fries of Idaho, Rejan Alhashash of Ohio, Delarie Juarez of California, Brijatte Garcia of Texas, Eduarda Rodrigues of California, Jaiah O'Neal of Indiana, Alexandria Alli of Ohio and Tilisa Matakaiongo of Utah.


California placed the most athletes on the Women’s Greco-Roman All-Tournament Team with seven. Two states had four individuals qualify for the team—Idaho and Ohio. Texas was the lone team to finish with three All-Tournament Team members. Six states were able to put two athletes on the team—Colorado, Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Utah. Five others gained a single member—Florida, Georgia, Minnesota, Missouri and Oklahoma.

Women’s Greco-Roman All-Tournament Team

Weight, Name, State, Record

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