2010-11 US Senior Men

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  1. haribobo

    haribobo Well-Known Member

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    As always, feel free to add any corrections/additions. This list is just an estimation.

    TOP 5- auto bye to Nationals
    Abbott, Lysacek, Weir, Bradley, Rippon

    Next 4- likely GP or JGP events
    Brandon Mroz, Grant Hochstein, Armin Mahbanoozadeh, Keegan Messing

    EAST
    Jason Wong, Tommy Steenberg, Michael Solonoski, Daniel Raad, Stephen Carriere, Shaun Rogers , Scott Dyer* , Alex Zahradnicek*

    MIDS
    Jon Cassar, Parker Pennington, Wesley Campbell, Alex Johnson, Jason Brown* , Josh Farris*, Max Aaron*

    PAC
    Richard Dornbush, Dennis Phan, Doug Razzano, Andrew Gonzales, Austin Kanallakan* , Chris Caluza*

    *Juniors from 2010- may or may not move up.
     
  2. chipso1

    chipso1 Well-Known Member

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    Ross Miner is also guaranteed a SGP invite based on his bronze medal finish at the JGPF. Also, hopefully Eliot Halverson will be competing at EGL and Mids this season after not making Nationals last year (if he's fully recovered from his back injury, that is).
     
  3. Sylvia

    Sylvia On to GP & U.S. Sectionals!

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    So far, Keegan Messing, Ross Miner, Jason Wong, Alex Johnson, Joshua Farris, Scott Dyer and Sean Rabbitt have registered for the Senior Men's event at Liberty (see the event thread in Kiss and Cry).
     
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  4. ryanbfan

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    :cheer2: Keegan :cheer2:

    Oh and I'm friends with Christopher Caluza... he said his coach has given him permission to move up for the upcoming season. He has yet to 'make it official' though.
     
  5. purple skates

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    I would assume that he is. I've only seen him teaching lately, but we did discuss his choreography a bit for the upcoming season.
     
  6. skateboy

    skateboy Well-Known Member

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    I'd be shocked to see Lysacek, Weir and Bradley still in the game this year. Ahm jes' sayin'...
     
  7. care bear

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    They are in envelope but I do not think they will compete.
     
  8. Cheylana

    Cheylana Well-Known Member

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    If those juniors move up, then what a battle! :eek:

    Question: Since Jason Brown won Junior Men, is he required to move up?
     
  9. Sylvia

    Sylvia On to GP & U.S. Sectionals!

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  10. ryanbfan

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    Christoper Caluza just updated his status on FB saying he passed his senior free skate test and that he is now a senior, for anyone wondering. :)
     
  11. Sylvia

    Sylvia On to GP & U.S. Sectionals!

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    Thanks, ryanbfan! (Caluza placed 8th in Junior at Nationals.)

    Junior men from 2010 Nationals that have registered for a Senior event in a summer competition to date that I know of:
    J1 Jason Brown (Glacier Falls)
    J2 Joshua Farris (Broadmoor Open? Liberty)
    J4 Scott Dyer (Liberty)
    J6 Austin Kanallakan (L.A. Open)
    J11 Sean Rabbitt (Liberty)
    Easterns J6: Michael Chau (Liberty)

    Junior men from Nationals that have registered for a Junior event in a summer competition to date that I know of:
    J3 Max Aaron (Broadmoor? Liberty) - may still move up to Sr.?
    J5 Alex Zahradnicek (Chesapeake Open, Liberty)
    J10 Alex Aiken (Liberty)

    AFAIK, both Shaun Rogers and Michael Solonoski are retiring.

    ETA updated list-in-progress of Senior Men...

    Bye to 2011 Nationals (top 5 at 2010 Nationals):
    Abbott, Lysacek, Weir, Bradley, Rippon

    GP assignments: 2 apiece for Abbott, Weir, Rippon, Mroz, and Miner; 1 for Carriere (Hochstein, Mahbanoozadeh currently alternates)
    JGP: Messing, Dornbush?, Brown, Farris, TBD

    * = Junior last season (need to pass Sr. FS test to become officially Sr.)

    EASTERN (Miner and Carriere should get GP byes through Sectionals)
    Mahbanoozadeh, Wong, Steenberg, *Dyer, C. Pennington, *Chau...

    MIDWESTERN
    Hochstein, Pennington, Johnson, Campbell, *Brown, *Farris, Halverson...

    PACIFIC COAST
    Messing, Dornbush, Cassar? (now based in CA), Phan, Razzano, Gonzales, *Kanallakan, *Caluza, *Rabbitt...
     
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  12. orbitz

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    Parker Pennington is still competing? :eek:
     
  13. ryanbfan

    ryanbfan Active Member

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    Isn't Keegan registered for Liberty? His mother said it's a definite that he will do it.

    ETA: Re-read your post. You only did junior men. ;) Got it.
     
  14. judgejudy27

    judgejudy27 Well-Known Member

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    I think Evan is definitely done. Bradley probably too. Weir is listed in the GP series so maybe that means something, then again maybe not.
     
  15. ryanbfan

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    I also wanted to add that Andrew Gonzales has switched coaches, he told me he is now being coached under Frank Carroll.
     
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    :eek: How many students does Frank Carroll have now?
     
  17. Sylvia

    Sylvia On to GP & U.S. Sectionals!

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    I was surprised about the US men getting the short stick with the Grand Prix assignments. Despite not having a guaranteed event, Grant Hochstein was majorly robbed IMO and should've at least got 1 event.

    As for Dornbush and Mahbanoozadeh, while their seasons weren't great they were decent enough for an invitation, at least more deserving than Alexander Kazakov, Jeremy Ten or even fellow american Stephen Carriere all who did get invited.

    Now all three are stuck in skating limbo :( (also known as Senior B events:D).
     
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  19. crzesk8dad

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    Dornbush is still age eligible for JGP.
     
  20. crzesk8dad

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    Sean Rabbitt passed his Senior F/S test last Weds, so he will be competiting as a Senior.
     
  21. Sylvia

    Sylvia On to GP & U.S. Sectionals!

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  23. Sylvia

    Sylvia On to GP & U.S. Sectionals!

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    I posted Kwong's blog link earlier on page 2 of the "Adam Rippon reveals his new program music" thread in GSD. :)

    Glacier Falls Summer Classic Senior Men's SP is later today (any results/news will be posted in the event thread in the Kiss and Cry forum) -- the 8 men registered to compete are: Richard Dornbush, Jonathan Cassar, Alex Johnson, Andrew Gonzales, Jason Brown, Austin Kanallakan, Christopher Caluza, and Sean Rabbitt.
     
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  24. haribobo

    haribobo Well-Known Member

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    I was bored today so I decided to come up with my own rankings using US Nationals 2010 results combined with summer results scores. I placed the qualifiers for the tiers in parentheses. There's no exact science to how I placed them within the tiers- I took into account last season's international results to some degree for that. Summer scores are listed next to their names- thanks to the IJS Scoretracker for the easy access to those scores!

    Summer Rankings thru August 8, 2010

    TOP TIER (TOP 6 @ 2010 or 200+ score)
    1. Jeremy Abbott
    2. Ryan Bradley
    3. Adam Rippon
    4. Keegan Messing 209
    5. Brandon Mroz

    TIER 2 (TOP 12 @ 2010 or 180+ score)
    6 Armin Mahbanoozadeh 193
    7 Richard Dornbush 191
    8 Stephen Carriere 191
    9 Jason Brown 180
    10 Ross Miner (intl results exception)
    11 Grant Hochstein 166
    12 Jason Wong 167
    13 Jonathan Cassar 149

    TIER 3 (2010 Nats or 150+ score)
    14 Parker Pennington 174
    15 Alex Johnson 174
    16 Tommy Steenberg 170
    17 William Brewster 167
    18 Joshua Farris 156
    19 Dennis Phan
    20 Doug Razzano
    21 Alex Gonzales
    22 Wesley Campbell
     
  25. haribobo

    haribobo Well-Known Member

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    More fun with numbers!
    ISU PBs-

    Abbott 237
    Rippon 231
    Carriere 218
    Mroz 212
    Bradley 212
    Messing 197
    Miner 196
    Hochstein 194
    Mahbanoozadeh 193
    Dornbush 192
    Johnson 187
    Brown 180
    Aaron 178
    Kanallakan 173
    Farris 161
     
  26. Polymer Bob

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    There haven't been any videos that I know of, but Jeremy supposedly gave very impressive performances at Champs Camp. :encore:
     
  27. Sylvia

    Sylvia On to GP & U.S. Sectionals!

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    6 U.S. men -- Abbott, Rippon, Mroz, Miner, Hochstein and Carriere (who had a "cyst-like formation on [his] ankle" removed and wasn't able to skate or show his programs) -- attended Champs Camp in Colorado Springs this past weekend with the other U.S Grand Prix skaters. Various news and photos can be found in the Champs Camp thread in GSD: http://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/showthread.php?t=74787

    ETA upcoming U.S. club competitions with relatively large Senior Men's fields...

    Golden West near Los Angeles this weekend (Sr. men compete Sept. 3-4) -- competitors in SWP region unless otherwise noted:
    Christopher Caluza, Jonathan Cassar (formerly EGL; now listed as All Year FSC in SWP region), Richard Dornbush, Andrew Gonzales, Austin Kanallakan, Robert Przepioski (CP), Sean Rabbitt, Douglas Razzano.

    Middle Atlantics in NYC (Sr. men compete Sept. 10-11) -- competitors in North Atlantic region unless otherwise noted:
    Jesse Berman, Michael Chau (SA), Kevin Coppola (NE), Sam Dafoe, Ross Miner (NE), Parker Pennington (EGL), Michael Quadrino, Daniel Raad, Lloyd Ting, Christopher Wan, Jason Wong (NE).

    (Any results/reports from these 2 comps will be posted in their respective event threads in the Kiss and Cry forum.)
     
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  28. TanithandBenFan

    TanithandBenFan U.S. Ice Dance Junkie

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    If any of these skaters qualify for the JGP Final, will that give them a bye to Nats? Pacs is looking awfully packed (pardon the pun).
     
  29. Sylvia

    Sylvia On to GP & U.S. Sectionals!

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    Yes. Keegan Messing and Ricky Dornbush (Pacific Coast) and Joshua Farris (Mids) are the Senior level men currently assigned on the JGP. I've heard that Jason Brown (Mids) may be staying Junior, but don't know if he tested up or not before the Sept. 1st deadline.

    Here's my (unofficial) list of Senior men who currently have a bye through Sectionals in November to 2011 Nationals.

    Bye to 2011 Nationals for placing top 5 at 2010 Nationals: Abbott, Lysacek (if he competes), Bradley (if he competes), Rippon.

    Bye through Sectionals to Nationals due to their GP assignment(s):
    Mroz & Miner (China), Carriere & Mahbanoozadeh (Skate America).

    Break down by section:
    Eastern - Rippon, Mahbanoozadeh, Miner
    Midwestern - Abbott, Lysacek, Bradley, Mroz
    Pacific Coast - no byes at this time

    Mroz, for example, may have to do Regionals in October if there are more than 4 Senior men registered in Southwesterns (I count 5 right now). More on this topic later.
     
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  30. ryanbfan

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    Lysacek is not competing this season, Sylvia.

    Bradley is still undecided, but that was August 19 when he told me. Now I am out of the loop, because the Sept 1 deadline has passed.

    Golden West results:

    1 Richard Dornbush
    All Year FSC 206.25 1 1
    2 Sean Rabbitt
    Glacier Falls FSC 171.59 2 3
    3 Douglas Razzano
    Coyotes SC of AZ 164.70 5 2
    4 Andrew Gonzales
    All Year FSC 163.26 4 4
    5 Jonathan Cassar
    All Year FSC 159.39 6 5
    6 Christopher Caluza
    All Year FSC 158.92 3 6
    7 Robert Przepioski
    Peninsula FSC 114.28 7 7

    WD Luis Hernandez
    Mexico FS Federation
    WD Austin Kanallakan
    Los Angeles FSC

    Caluza fell on footwork and his triple lutz. Andrew told me he doubled his salchow and he fell on another jump. I don't know anything about Cassar's skate, but my heart is broken for him :(