Parrish rises to top of Tournament of Champions

Simon Fraser University women's wrestling, led by a pair of first-place finishes at 123 and 155 pounds, closed out the year with a strong showing at the West Coast Tournament of Champions.

Dominique Parrish was simply dominant last Saturday as she won the 123-lb weight class without surrendering a point to her opponents. She picked up three technical falls en route to the championship match, where she won an 8-0 decision over Dajan Treder of the University of Providence.

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At 155 lbs, Alyvia Fiske earned two tech falls to start her day followed by a 5-2 decision in the semifinal to book her spot in the final. She secured yet another tech fall (14-4) against Emmanuel College's Hannah Gladden to win the title.

California-native Lauren Mason placed second at 130 lbs. She won by fall in the second and quarterfinal rounds and then grabbed a tech fall in the semifinal. In the first-place match, she got edged 8-6 by Emmanuel College’s Abigail Nette.

Jenna Garcia (136lb) and Alexia Seal (109lb) finished in third and fourth respectively. Garcia dropped her semifinal bout but stormed back with a pair of wins in the consolation semi and third-place matches. Seal won three-straight heading into her bronze medal match but came up just short. Also competing for the Clan was Abby Chufar at the 136-lb weight class.

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