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Junior Women’s Greco-Roman National Duals All-Tournament Team Announced

by Richard Immel, USA Wrestling


The 2023 Junior Women’s Greco-Roman National Duals All-Tournament Team 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 five victories to be included.
19 athletes representing 12 different states were awarded spots on the Junior Women’s Greco-Roman National Duals All-Tournament Team.
A select group of wrestlers made the All-Tournament Team in both styles, after also taking this honor on Thursday in freestyle. The five double All-Tournament Team members are Angelina Vargas of Missouri at 117 pounds, Zao Estrada of South Carolina at 117 pounds, Lynn Horn of Oklahoma at 127 pounds, Cheyenne Ruiz of Utah at 180 pounds and Catherine Dutton of Missouri at 225 pounds.
Vargas won the most matches of the undefeated Greco-Roman athletes with a perfect 10-0 record.

Colorado placed the most athletes on the All-Tournament Team with three. California, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri and Oklahoma each added two athletes to the team. States getting a single athlete on the team were Kansas, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas and Utah.

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

(Name, State, Record)


100 pounds

Katey Valdez, Colorado, 7-0

Cheyenne Frank, Michigan, 5-0


106 pounds

Jayleah Pletz, Pennsylvania, 9-0

Alexsys Jacquez, Colorado, 7-0


112 pounds



117 pounds

Angelina Vargas, Missouri, 10-0

Zao Estrada, South Carolina, 7-0

Kamdyn Saulter, Minnesota, 6-0


122 pounds

Bella Williams, Oklahoma, 8-0


127 pounds

Lynn Horn, Oklahoma, 8-0

Samantha Sachs, California, 5-0


132 pounds

Anna Vogt, Texas, 7-0


138 pounds

AshLynn Goodwin, Kansas, 6-0


144 pounds

Alissa Caltagirone, Michigan, 5-0


152 pounds

Desza Munson, Colorado, 7-0


164 pounds



180 pounds

Cheyenne Ruiz, Utah, 9-0

Kami Senlycki, Minnesota, 8-0


200 pounds

Savannah Isaac, Ohio, 6-0


225 pounds

Catherine Dutton, Missouri, 8-0

Alysse Phillips, California, 6-0