125: Jack Maida (#29) or Shamil Kalmatov
133: Maximilian Leete or Raymond Lopez
141: Ethan Szerencsits
149: Antonio Segura or Devon Capato
157: Jack Nies or Ryan Zimmerman
165: Caleb Campos or Breon Phifer
174: Lucas White
184: Connor Bourne
197: Carsten Rawls or Liam Volk-Klos
HWT: Will Jarrell or Isaac Righter
If this lineup looks familiar, that’s because it is pretty much the line-up they rolled out at EIWA’s last year. The Eagles had a historic turnaround season last year. In 2022, they finished with a 1-12 dual meet record while going winless against conference opponents in five matches. Last season’s record was 8-12 with an arguably tougher schedule than years prior. Their conference record was 3-5 a season ago as well. It’s not hard to see the improvement in just one year. Coach Borrelli and staff will continue to turn this program around.
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