UPCOMING EVENT: PHOENIX BASS FISHING LEAGUE - 2020 - Lake Wylie

2018 YETI FLW College Fishing National Championship Qualifiers

2018 YETI FLW College Fishing National Championship Qualifiers

The 2018 YETI FLW College Fishing National Championship is presented by Lowrance C-MAP Genesis and goes down on the Red River in Bossier City, La., May 30-June 1. In 2017, teams from around the country qualified for the championship from the Central, Southern, Northern, Southeastern and Western conferences as well as the annual College Fishing Open, and the time has come to crown a champion. At stake is the title of National Champion as well as a Ranger Z175 with a 115-hp outboard. The anglers on the winning team will compete in a one-day fish-off to determine which angler qualifies for the Forrest Wood Cup this August on Lake Ouachita.

Tournament details

The 182 participating teams are listed by qualifying route and school below.

Central

Campbellsville University

Justin Mayfield and Colby Hays

Central College

Cameron Timok and Dillon Peters

Eastern Kentucky

Tate Clements and Josh Boone

Illinois State University

Tyler Rocke and Justin Schick

Kansas State University

Joshua Schraad and Quinn Fowler

Kansas State University

Tyler Nekolny and Hunter Whiteley

McKendree University

JT Russell and Jacob Louis

McKendree University

Nathan Doty and Joseph Bruener

McKendree University

Shane Campbell and Phillip  Germagliotti

McKendree University

Taylor Schmitt and Trevor McKinney

Missouri State University

Clay Cooper and Quinton Booth

Missouri State University

Crosley Welch and Matt Fielder

Moraine Valley

John Neubauer and Andrew Jensen

Murray State University

Zach Baker and Micah Chessor

SIU-Edwardsville

Adam Brocksieck and Bryce  Peters

SIU-Edwardsville

Dalton Wesley and Zach Hartnagel

Southeast Missouri State

Nick Moore and Jacob Harris

St. Charles Community College

Dale McCrackin and Gable Moeller

St. Ambrose University

John Baumunk and Michael Wolthusen

University of Evansville

Blake Knies and Lee Knies

University of Missouri

Gabriel Dubois and Brandon Heizer

University of Nebraska

Charlie Deshazer and Jackson Ebbers

University of Northern Iowa

Conner Hinckle and Jack Mauer

University of Wisconsin

Alexander Lemke and Jacob Anderson

University of Wisconsin

Ben Wanke and Spencer Hahn

University of Wisconsin

Turner Truttschel and Colin Steck

University of Wisconsin - Lacrosse

Eric Ulry and Colby Wolff

UW - Platteville

Grant Ehlenfeldt and Brett Stanek

UW - Stout

Gavin Hessler and Noah Lindus

UW - Stout

Mitch Dalacker and Dawson Wellman

UW - Whitewater

Jared Mataczynski and Steve Nebel

Winona State University

Wyatt Stout and Tayler Stolpa

 

 

Northern

 

Adrian College

Ben Barrus and Jeff Morton

Adrian College

Caleb Taylor and Nickolas Marsh

Adrian College

Chase Serafin and Cody Batterson

Adrian College

Jarrett Martin and Zachary Graham

Adrian College

Zach Manneback and Gunner Wilson

Bowling Green State University

Corey Miller and Jason Bailey

Community College Baltimore County

Michael Duarte and Matthew Iman

Hocking College

Ross Holbrook and Kyle Waller

James Madison University

Blake Miles and Jack Goodwyn

Kent State University

Tanner Ward and Alec Gabriel

Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

Joe Tini and Corey Bechtel

Lake Superior State University

Hunter Scharphorn 

Liberty University

Brian Travers and Caleb Unger

Liberty University

Landon (Skye) Riggleman and Ethan Pitts

Ohio State

Jacob Jesionek and Mason Dejarnette

Penn State

Chris Trianosky and Lou Mocniak

Penn State

Derek Horner and Maurice Hudson

Radford University

Zack Lemaster and Matthew Cooley

Ramapo College

Alex Johnson and Zachary Orsino

Ramapo College

Christopher Diehl and Jessica Diehl

Schoolcraft Community College

Clayton Hatton and Anthony Gilmore

Slippery Rock University

Ryan Kozlowski and Nathan Quince

The Apprentice School

Hunter Atkins and Kitt Moger

University of Michigan - Dearborn

Vincenzo Puleo and Austin Klotz

University of Pittsburg

Michael Dunn and Henry Colberg

West Virginia University

Michael Shughart and Branden Newcome

West Virginia University

Nolan Minor and Casey Lanier

Youngstown State University

Jonathan Creed and Mike Soots

 

Southeastern

Auburn University

Cameron Mercer and Cole Burdeshaw

Auburn University

Dalton Childers

Augusta University

Zachary Ramsey and Joshua Rockefeller

Bethel University

Alec Piekarski and Kyler Chelminiak

Bethel University

Brian Pahl and John Coble Garrett

Bethel University

Cole Floyd and Carter McNeil

Bethel University

Evan Owrey and Kristopher Queen

Bethel University

Garrett Enders and Cody Huff

Bryan College

Chandler Fogg and Conner Fogg

Bryan College

DJ Barber

Bryan College

Nathan Bell and Cole Sands

Calhoun Community College

Denver Satterlee

Clemson University

Garrett Addis and Aaron Banquer-Glenn

Clemson University

Robert White and Derek Freeman

Clemson University

William Burt and Matthew Bostic

Faulkner University

Tyler Pennington and Brady Bowden

Georgia State University

Hayden Hillyer and Christian Cook

Haywood Community College

Justin St. Onge and Ryan Mclaughlin

Jacksonville State University

Brandon Padilla and Chase Chastain

Kennesaw State University

Cody Smith and Spencer Guthrie

Kennesaw State University

Logan Smith and Payton Morgan

Lander University

Ben Stone and Collin Smith

Lander University

Kevin Latham and David Branham

Mississippi State

Andrew Brown and Cody Peak

Mississippi State

Caleb Hebert

Mississippi State

Grant Hyche and Hunter Hatcher

Murray State University

Jordan Hartman and Mason Grabowski

Murray State University

Nate Maxwell and Peyton  Porter

Savannah College of Art and Design

Cody Stahl and Daniel Kennedy

Savannah College of Art and Design

Noah Pescitelli and Sean Hall

Savannah College of Art and Design

Ryleigh Tyson

Snead State Community College

Brandon Matthews and Nathan Doss

Tusculum College

Nick Hatfield and Corey Neece

UCF

Cole Hewett and  Observer

University of Alabama

Anderson Aldag and Lee Mattox

University of Georgia

Collin Chandler and Garrett Stone

University of Georgia

Justin Sisavath and Jordan Parisian

University of Georgia

Wesley Griner and Nathan Ragsdale

University of Mississippi

Chandler South

University of North Alabama

Parker Davis

University of North Alabama

Triston Crowder and Lake Blasingame

University of North Georgia

Tristan Thomas and Ty Johnston

University of South Carolina

Tyler All and Patrick Walters

University of South Carolina

Tyler Smith and Shawn Callahan

University of Tennessee

Logan Brewster and Clay Walters

University of Tennessee

Saxton Long

University of West Alabama

Charles Lewis and Andrew Warbington

UT Chattanooga

Gavyn Bridges and Dylan Anderson

UT Chattanooga

Patrick Hoskins and Dillon Falardeau

Valdosta State University

Max Gresham and Zachary Blake

Western Carolina University

Jason Ashe and Alex Walsh

Young Harris College

Harrison Barton and Andrew Himmelreich

 

Southern

Angelo State

Nolan Osmanski and Nathan Ahle

Angelo State

Ty Johnson and Will Curlee

Arkansas Tech University

Jake and Josh Dugger

Central Oklahoma

Chris Zins and Zach Holliday

Colorado Mesa University

Josh Worth

Dallas Baptist University

Ryan Nevil and Cole Trotter

East Texas Baptist University

Colby Simmons and Brandon Barber

Harding University

Ethan Flowers and Cole Swede

Lamar University

Luke Potter and Stephen Thomas

Louisiana Tech University

Scott McClellan and Adam Forester

Louisiana Tech University

Taylor Tindall and Brennan Soileau

LSU-Shreveport

Harrison Hopkins and Ryan Antee

LSU-Shreveport

Jared Rascoe and James P. Kimbrough

Northeastern State University - Tahlequah

Colin Adams and Caleb Gibson

Northeastern State University -Tahlequah

Tyler Winn and Ethan Burris

Northwestern State

Hunter Malmay and Robert Jones

Oklahoma State University

Bates Enmeier and Dexter Flick

Oklahoma State University

Kobe Payton and Blaise Weimer

Oklahoma State University

Logan Moody and Blake Capps

Oklahoma State University

Rhett Meyer and Jake Biram

Rogers State University

Alex Torkleson and Alec Murphy

Rogers State University

Dillon Roberts and Ty Crutchfield

Sam Houston State

Dillon Harrell and Dustin Moreno

Sam Houston State

Jackson Carrell and Kyle Pasket

Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Charles Blood and Dalton Warrington

Stephen F. Austin

Austin Anderson and Samuel Garcia

Tarleton State - Stephenville

Cason Kelly and Stetson Overton

Tarleton State - Stephenville

Dylan Jebousek and Justin Faterkowski

Tarleton State - Stephenville

Tucker Sargent and Wyatt Young

Texas A&M University System - Texarkana

Blaine Weems and Lane Kennedy

Texas A&M

Bradley Fleming and Josh Bensema

Texas A&M

Connor Whisenant and Carter Henderson

University of Louisiana - Monroe

Hogan Beckley

University of Texas - Tyler

James Shamburger and Cameron Bradbury

 

Western

California State Long Beach

Cole Thomas and Via Thao

Chico State

Cole Lauchland and Logan Schwab

Chico State

Thomas Avilla and Travis Gonsalves

Humboldt State University

Dustin Wallis and Justin Healey

Humboldt State University

Jeffrey Teel and Spencer Butler

Sonoma State University

BJ Kendrick and Josh Hanna

Sonoma State University

Trenton Wells and Jake Banuelos

University of California Merced

Herbie Leblanc and Gregory Dooman

Utah Valley University

Ben Levie and Will Brown

 

College Fishing Open

Adrian College

Czajka and Jack Hippe Iii

Bemidji State University

Thor Swanson and Mitchell Swanson

Bemidji State University

Tyler Robinson and Jack Kons

Bethel University

Tyler Black and Ryan Winchester

Campbellsville University

Nick Ratliff

Murray State University

Austin Butler and Ryan Kirkpatrick

Murray State University

Hunter Mills and Hunter Mckinley

Murray State University

Joe Bardill and Luke Ripple

Murray State University

Nick Montilino and Brock Spencer

Murray State University

Ryan Lancaster and Boris Muskoff

Ohio State

Colin Bope and Ben Wiley

Ohio State

Jacob Miller and Jaycen Newsome

University of Louisiana - Monroe

Thomas Soileau and Hunter Freeman

University of Kentucky

Austin Elswick and Hunter Fulcher

University of North Alabama

Koby Littrell and Martin McCravy

University of South Carolina

Will Miller and Ethan Ingle

University of South Carolina

William Bond and Hunter Buice

University of Tennessee

Ben Bates and Andrew Dawson

UT Martin

Matthew Lamastus and Dylan True

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