Two Missouri wrestlers earn All-America honors

Friday, March 18, 2011 | 10:09 p.m. CDT; updated 10:30 p.m. CDT, Friday, March 18, 2011

Junior heavyweight Dom Bradley earned All-America honors by advancing to the semifinals of his weight class, and senior 141-pounder Todd Schavrien earned All-America honors despite losing his first match on Friday.

Overall, six Missouri wrestlers were eliminated on Friday. Alan Waters, Nathan McCormick, Kyle Bradley, Zach Toal, Dorian Henderson and Brent Haynes all lost in their consolation matches and were eliminated from the tournament.

Mike Larson, 184-pounds, lost his first two matches on Thursday and did not advance.

Schavrien and Bradley will both wrestle Saturday, trying to win third place in their respective weight classes.

Schavrien and Bradley are the 31st and 32nd wrestlers, respectively, to earn All-America honors for Missouri.

The matches will resume on Saturday morning at the NCAA Wrestling National Championships in Philadelphia.

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