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    EIWA Weekly Recap (11/14/2023)

    Below is a recap of last week’s EIWA action, with individual news and highlights worth noting.

    Key Takeaways 

    Crookham of Lehigh defeats returning NCAA and World Champ, Arujau, of Cornell 

    American’s Maida major decisions returning All-American #4 Ventresca of Virginia Tech

    Navy knocks off #15 Pitt after beating #23 Illinois last week

    Koderhandt of Navy beats returning All-American #7 Matthews of Pitt

    American  

    The Eagles went 2-1 on the weekend, defeating Clarion and Millersville (D2). Jack Maida continues to impress at his new weight, going undefeated in two matches. One win was over #4 Eddie Ventresca of Virginia Tech. Max Leete was one of last season’s NCAA fall leaders, he continued with two more this weekend. Cael McIntyre saw action for the first time as well, going 2-1.

    Clarion (W, 21-18 - Nov. 11, 2023)

    125 - #16 Jack Maida (AU) dec. Joey Fischer (Clarion), 4-1 (AU 3-0)

    133 - Maximilian Leete (AU) pinned Scott Johnson (Clarion), 4:55 (AU 9-0)

    141 - Cael McIntyre (AU) dec. David McClelland (Clarion), 5-4 (AU 12-0)

    149 - Kyle Schickel (Clarion) pinned Ryan Zimmerman (AU), 3:55 (AU 12-6)

    157 - #31 Alejandro Herrera-Rondon (Clarion) tech. fall Kaden Milheim (AU), 15-0 (3:12) (AU 12-11)

    165 - Eli Brinsky (Clarion) major dec. Breon Phifer (AU), 16-2 (Clarion 15-12)

    174 - #19 John Worthing (Clarion) dec. Lucas White (AU), 5-0 (Clarion 18-12)

    184 - Connor Bourne (AU) dec. #31 Cameron Pine (Clarion), 4-3 (Clarion 18-15)

    197 - Carsten Rawls (AU) dec. Ethan Wiant (Clarion), 4-1 (Tied 18-18)

    285 - Will Jarrell (AU) dec. #31 John Meyers (Clarion), 5-1 (AU 21-18)

    Millersville (W, 35-12 - Nov. 11, 2023)

    125 - Shamil Kalmatov (AU) pinned Bryce Beatty (Millersville), 6:50 (AU 6-0) 

    133 - Maximilian Leete (AU) pinned Devin Flannery (Millersville), 0:44 (AU 12-0)

    141 - Cael McIntyre (AU) dec. Aidan Micheli (Millersville), 7-2 (AU 15-0)

    149 - Craig Cook (Millersville) major dec. Devon Capato (AU), 11-0 (AU 15-4)

    157 - Kaden Milheim (AU) dec. Jonathan Parilla (Millersville), 7-6 (AU 18-4)

    165 - Brandon Connor (Millersville) major dec. Breon Phifer (AU), 13-5 (AU 18-8)

    174 - Lucas White (AU) pinned Andrew Vogelbacher (Millersville), 1:12 (AU 24-8)

    184 - Anthony Giampietro (Millersville) major dec. Mervin Mancia (AU), 16-3 (AU 24-12)

    197 - Liam Volk-Klos (AU) pinned Riley O'Boyle (Millersville), 2:30 (AU 30-12)

    285 - Will Jarrell (AU) tech. fall Bishop McCoy (Millersville), 4:51 (AU 35-12)

    Virginia Tech (L, 39-4 - Nov. 12, 2023)

    125 - #16 Jack Maida (AU) major dec. #4 Eddie Ventresca (VT), 9-0 (AU 4-0)

    133 - #7 Sam Latona (VT) major dec. Maximilian Leete (AU), 12-1 (Tied 4-4)

    141 - Hunter Mason (VT) dec. Cael McIntyre (AU), 7-1 (VT 7-4)

    149 - #4 Caleb Henson (VT) tech. fall Ryan Zimmerman (AU), 17-2 (3:50) (VT 12-4)

    157 - #6 Bryce Andonian (VT) pinned Kaden Milheim (AU), 1:24 (VT 18-4)

    165 - Clayton Ulrey (VT) tech. fall Breon Phifer (AU), 21-5 (5:33) (VT 23-4)

    174 - #3 Mekhi Lewis (VT) tech. fall Lucas White (AU), 20-3 (3:45) (VT 28-4)

    184 - #21 Sam Fisher (VT) dec. Connor Bourne (AU), 4-1 (VT 31-4)

    197 - #14 Andy Smith (VT) tech. fall Carsten Rawls (AU) 20-3 (5:18) (VT 36-4)

    285 - #16 Hunter Catka (VT) dec. Will Jarrell (AU), 9-4 (VT 39-4)

    The Eagles return to action this week with a dual against Utah Valley on Friday and competing at the Navy Classic on Saturday.

    Army West Point

    The Black Knights spent the weekend at both Journeymen Events. At the dual event Saturday, they lost to Purdue 21-16 but defeated Lock Haven 33-11. Braden Basile won two matches over ranked opponents. #25 Ben Pasiuk was the other wrestler to go undefeated in both matches. At the round-robin event, Austin Kolhofer was the lone starter to compete in both events. He went 1-2 in that event after winning his lone match on Saturday by injury default. There were up to 30 other Army wrestlers on Sunday winning a ton of matches.

    Purdue 21 – Army 16

    125: #3 Matt Ramos over #27 Ethan Berginc – MD, 12-3

    133: Braden Basile over #29 Dustin Norris – Fall 6:10

    141: Greyson Clark over Zach Keal – D, 12-8

    149: #28 Trae McDaniel over Marcos Polanco – MD, 10-1

    157: Joey Blaze over #29 Nate Lukez – D, 4-1

    165: Stoney Buell over #29 Dalton Harkins – D, 4-0

    174: Brody Baumann over Gunner Filipowicz – D, 9-8

    184: #25 Ben Pasiuk over #33 James Rowley – D, 9-8

    197: Ben Vanadia over Daniel Lawrence – TF, 18-3 (6:28)

    285: Lucas Stoddard over Tristan Ruhlman – D, 6-0

    Army 30 – Lock Haven 11

    125 - #1 Anthony Noto (Haven) tech fall #27 Ethan Berginc (Army), 20-5 (7:00)

    133 - Braden Basile (Army) dec. #20 Gable Strickland (Haven), 10-6

    141- Tyler Morris (Army) wins by injury default Conner Heckman (Haven)

    149 - Nick Stonecheck (Haven) wins by injury default #28 Trae McDaniel (Army)

    157 - #29 Nate Lukez (Army) dec. Eric Alderfer (Haven), 5-1

    165 - #29 Dalton Harkins (Army) dec. Avery Bassett (Lock Haven)8-1

    174 - Gunner Filipowicz (Army) tech fall Patrick Jackson (Haven), 20-1 (6:09)

    184 - #25 Ben Pasiuk (Army) major dec. Cael Black (Haven), 14-4

    197 - Daniel Lawrence (Army) dec. Brad Morrison (Haven), 6-3

    285 - Austin Kolhofer (Army) wins by injury default #28 Isaac Reid (Haven)

    This week’s action for Army includes a dual against #6 NC State on Thursday. Then, they will host the Black Knight Invite on Sunday. 

    Binghamton 

    The Bearcats hosted an intrasquad match, or wrestle-offs, to confirm starting positions. Results are below.

    Team Black 23, Team Green 18

    125 - Carson Wagner (Black) MAJ DEC. Matt Griffin (Green) 14-2. Black leads 4-0.

    133 - Micah Roes (Green) TF Ryan Hartung (Black) 16-1. Green leads 5-4.

    141 - Ivan Garcia (Green) DEC. Nate Lucier (Black) 6-4. Green leads 8-4.

    149 - Michael Zarif (Black) DEC. Fin Nadeau (Green) 7-3. Green leads 8-7.

    157 - Carter Baer (Black) TF Marco Albanese (Green) 18-2. Black leads 12-8.

    165 - Brevin Cassella (Green) TF Tyler Reed (Black) 15-0. Green leads 13-12.

    174 - Will Ebert (Black) DEC. Dimitri Gamkrelidze (Green), Second tiebreaker, 4-3. Black leads 15-13.

    184 - Jacob Nolan (Black) TF Logan Gumble (Green) 16-1. Black leads 20-13.

    197 - Cayden Bevis (Black) DEC. Andrew Bailey (Green) 12-11. Black leads 23-13.

    285 - Cory Day (Green) TF Charlie Tibbitts (Black) 18-0. Black leads 23-18. 

    The Bearcats will begin competition when they compete in the Armbar at the Armory against #6 NC State and LIU. 

    Brown 

    The Brown Bears were off this past weekend. They return to action at the Black Knight Invite.  

    Bucknell 

    The Bison were in the state of Oklahoma where they dropped a dual to #12 Oklahoma State 38-6. The following day, they faced Oklahoma Wesleyan (NAIA) and came away with a 46-10 victory. The trip ended on a high note with a dominating win. 

    No. 12 Oklahoma State 38, Bucknell 6

    125 - No. 24 Troy Spratley (OSU) tech fall over Owen Bell (BU), 22-3 (5:21) (OSU 5-0)

    133 - No. 2 Dayton Fix (OSU) fall over No. 16 Kurt Phipps (BU), 5:28 (OSU 11-0)

    141 - Tagen Jamison (OSU) dec. over Braden Bower (BU), 10-5 (OSU 14-0)

    149 - Teague Travis (OSU) dec. over Aiden Davis (BU), 5-1 (OSU 17-0)

    157 - Jalin Harper (OSU) dec. over Nick Delp (BU), 5-4 (OSU 20-0)

    165 - No. 6 Izzak Olejnik (OSU) maj. dec. over No. 33 Noah Mulvaney (BU), 10-2 (OSU 24-0)

    174 - Myles Takats (BU) inj. def. over Brayden Thompson (OSU) (OSU 24-6)

    184 - No. 4 Dustin Plott (OSU) fall over Nolan Springer (BU), 3:25 (OSU 30-6)

    197 - No. 11 Luke Surber (OSU) tech fall over Logan Deacetis (BU), 21-5 (6:21) (OSU 35-6)

    285 - No. 18 Konner Doucet (OSU) dec. over No. 32 Dorian Crosby (BU), 2-1 (OSU 38-6)

    Bucknell 46, Oklahoma Wesleyan 10

    125 - Daniel Glenn (OKWU) maj. dec. over Owen Bell (BU), 13-2 (OKWU 4-0)

    133 - No. 16 Kurt Phipps (BU) fall over Kolby Encinas (OKWU), 2:02 (BU 6-4)

    141 - Braden Bower (BU) tech fall over Donte Lopez (OKWU), 16-0 (2:41) (BU 11-4)

    149 - Aiden Davis (BU) fall over Wade Landrum (OKWU), (1:09) (BU 17-4)

    157 - Nick Delp (BU) fall over Jerome Cannon (OKWU), 2:50 (BU 23-4)

    165 - No. 33 Noah Mulvaney (BU) tech fall over Braxton Bacon (OKWU) 17-1 (4:06) (BU 28-4)

    174 - Myles Takats (BU) fall over Jaden Welden (OKWU), 2:39 (BU 34-4)

    184 - Bryan Ayala (OKWU) wins by forfeit (BU 34-10)

    197 - Logan Deacetis (BU) wins by forfeit (BU 40-10)

    285 - No. 32 Dorian Crosby (BU) fall over Christian Seebold (OKWU), 0:00 (BU 46-10)

    The Bison will host #16 Minnesota on Thursday. They will compete at the Navy Classic on Saturday. 

    Columbia 

    The Lions were off this past weekend. They will have two top-10 home duals with #9 Michigan on Friday and #7 Ohio State on Sunday. 

    Cornell 

    The Big Red opened up at the Journeymen Round Robin event. The matchup Cornell fans wanted to see occurred right off the bat at 125lbs. Brett Ungar defeated Greg Diakomihalis 2-1 thanks to a riding time point. Ungar went on to win his pool. Meyer Shapiro won his pool in dominant fashion, as did Julian Ramirez - until his finals match which he won 8-5. At 149l bs, Ethan Fernandez outperformed his teammate Cole Handlovic by winning his pool. As many already know, Vito Arujau finished in second place in his pool after losing to Lehigh’s Crookham. It was, rightfully so, dominating the wrestling world news. Vince Cornella lost to Penn State’s #2 Beau Bartlett by a 4-1 score at 141 lbs. Lewis Fernandes was the runner-up in his heavyweight pool. The Big Red brought over twenty wrestlers to this event and walked away with a winning record. 

    Next weekend we will see Cornell take on Sacred Heart in a dual Saturday afternoon. 

    Drexel 

    The Dragons had an off weekend. This week’s agenda includes a walk down the block to compete at the Keystone Classic. 

    Franklin & Marshall 

    The Diplomats were also in action at Journeymen on Sunday. Noah Fox won his pool at 174 lbs. At 141 lbs, Bryce Kresho earned gold in his respective pool. Luke Bender (149 lbs) and James Conway (184 lbs) were both runner-ups, as Conway lost to multiple-time All-American #2 Truax of Penn State.  

    This weekend, F&M will split the events with some wrestlers at the Shorty Hitchcock Open at Millersville on Saturday and the starters will be at Keystone Classic on Sunday. 

    Harvard 

    The Crimson were participants at the Round Robin event on Sunday, run by Journeymen. At 125lbs, Diego Sotelo earned 2nd place in his all-EIWA pool, only losing by a point to #10 Ungar of Cornell. Coleman Nogle was 3rd place in his pool making his collegiate debut. Jack Crook’s lone loss in his 149lbs pool was to Griffin of Lehigh. First-year freshman, Max Agresti, had a tough 2-0 loss to #21 Urbas of Penn. Alex Whitworth was 3rd 184lbs with two forfeits.

    The Crimson will return to Pennsylvania to compete in the Keystone Classic on Saturday. 

    Hofstra 

    The Pride were also in attendance at the Round Robin Journeymen event. Newcomer Keaton Kluever won all three matches by fall – including a first-period pin over #11 Fernandes of Cornell. Also winning their respective pools were Jurius Clark and Joe McGinty at 157 lbs and 165 lbs, respectively. Dylan Ryder had a great season debut knocking off #20 RobbieHoward of Penn State by major. He finished runner-up in his pool. Other 2nd place finishes include Alex Turley (141l bs), Jake Slotnick (165 lbs), and Nikolas Miller (197 lbs). Ross McFarland earned third place with one loss to #14 Nick Incontrera of Penn. 

    The Pride will host #7 Ohio State for a dual on Sunday in a homecoming type of event for current tOSU head coach, Tom Ryan. He returns to Hofstra – where he began his head coaching career. 

    Lehigh 

    The Mountain Hawks drove across town to compete in the Journeymen Individual Round Robin. Obviously, Crookham was the highlight of the weekend after winning his 133 lbs bracket thanks to his historic win over Vito Arujau of Cornell. He seems to have solidified the starting position after beating his teammate, Connor McGonagle in the first match via overtime. Before the event, McGonagle came into the weekend ranked #6. McGonagle took home 3rd place after defeating #5 Mike Colaiocco of Penn. At 141 lbs, #12 Malyke Hines’s lone loss was to #2 Beau Bartlett of Penn State. His biggest win was a come-from-behind victory over Penn’s CJ Composto – who was an All-American in 2022. Kelvin Griffin was 2nd at 149 lbs, as was Max Brignola at 157 lbs. They both lost to Penn State studs in the finals. Nathan Taylor also fell to a Penn State wrestler in the final for a 2nd place finish. Juniors Jake Logan (165 lbs) and #9 Michael Beard (197 lbs) each lost to higher-ranked opponents in the finals. Other wrestlers taking home 2nd place in their respective pools include Drew Munch at 149 lbs and Jack Wilt at 184 lbs. 

    Next up for Lehigh is a home dual against #15 Pitt on Sunday. 

    Long Island 

    The Sharks started the season 2-0 thanks to wins against Sacred Heart and Buffalo. The three wrestlers to go undefeated Saturday were Robbie Sagaris (125lbs), Devin Matthews (141lbs), and Aeden Begue (285lbs). They competed in the Round Robin event the next day. Blake Bahna was the top performer for them, as he was runner-up in his pool at 174 lbs. More importantly, he won 2-1 over teammate Corey Connolly. Aeden Begue, James Johnston, and Devin Matthews were all 3rd in their brackets. 

    LIU 19, BUFFALO 15

    125 – Robbie Sagaris (LIU) won by sudden victory over Max Elton (UB), 4-1

    133 – Chris Betancourt (LIU) won by decision over Tommy Maddox (UB), 4-1

    141 – Devin Matthews (LIU) won by fall over Andy Lucinsky (UB), 2:53

    149 – Kaleb Burgess (UB) won by decision over Drew Witham (LIU), 14-10

    157 – Ty Raines (UB) won by decision over Rhise Royster (LIU), 6-5

    165 – Hunter Shaut (UB) won by decision over James Johnston (LIU), 4-1

    174 – Corey Connolly (LIU) won by major decision over Dylan Schell (UB), 10-1

    184 – Chase Kranitz (UB) won by decision over Anthony Da'Alesio, 4-2

    197 – Sam Mitchell (UB) won by major decision over John Duzsa (LIU), 13-2

    285 – Aeden Begue (LIU) won by decision over Robbie Unruh (UB), 6-3

    LIU 28, Sacred Heart 10

    125 - Robbie Sagaris (LIU) def. Jake Ice (SHU), Decision 6-4

    133 - Andrew Fallon (SHU) def. Chris Betancourt (LIU), Major Decision 14-2

    141 - Devin Matthews (LIU) def. Vincent Milazzo (SHU), Decision 7-1

    149 - Drew Witham (LIU) def. Mike McGhee (SHU), Decision 7-0

    157 - Rhise Royster (LIU) def. Brandon Teresa (SHU), Decision 6-1

    165 - Scott Jarosz (SHU) def. James Johnston (LIU), Fall 0:37

    174 - Blake Bahna (LIU) def. Owen Ayotte (SHU), Decision 9-3

    184 - Anthony Da'alesio (LIU) def. Hunter Perez (SHU), Major Decision15-6

    197 - John Duzsa (LIU) def. Jake Trovato (SHU), Fall 1:45

    285 - Aeden Begue (LIU) def. Marc Berisha (SHU), Decision 4-1

    The Sharks have a full slate of action this week with duals against Virginia and Binghamton on Friday. Sunday’s Black Knight Invite will be a good test for them also.

    Navy 

    The Midshipmen had themselves a weekend with another upset win. They dominated Morgan State and VMI before beating #15 Pitt. Navy dropped one match in the first two duals because of an injury default. 

    #17 Brendan Ferretti had a win over #10 Santaniello of Pitt. #23 Josh Koderhandt had the upset of the dual when he knocked off All-American #7 Cole Matthews at 141l bs. At 184 lbs, #18 David Key had a vital pin over #13 Heller. To top it off, #13 Grady Griess used a takedown in the final period to beat #9 Pitzer. Navy is wrestling at a high level at this point in the season. 

    125 - Evan Tallmadge tech fall Julian Dawson, 16-0 (5:00) // Navy 5, Morgan State 0

    133 - No. 17 Brendan Ferretti tech fall Shawn Ryncarz, 17-2 (5:00) // Navy 10, Morgan State 0

    141 - Frank Antonelli dec Khalid Brinkley, 7-2 // Navy 13, Morgan State 0

    149 - Nicholas Vafiadis dec Aaron Turner, 5-1 // Navy 16, Morgan State 0

    157 - Jonathan Ley dec Eric Tecson, 5-0 // Navy 19, Morgan State 0

    165 - Tyler Sagi dec Jacob Marsh, 9-6 // Navy 22, Morgan State 0

    174 - Sammy Starr tech fall Cortilius Vann, 17-1 (4:06) // Navy 27, Morgan State 0

    184 - Zyan Hall dec Kingsley Menifee, 13-9 // Navy 30, Morgan State 0

    197 - Jacob Lucas dec Nathanic Kendricks Jr., 8-5 // Navy 33, Morgan State 0

    285 - Jamier Ferere (Navy) forfeit Morgan State // Navy 39, Morgan State 0

     

    125 - Dayton DelViscio tech fall Tony Burke, 18-3 (6:00) // Navy 5, VMI 0

    133 - Garrett Totten dec Dyson Dunham, 10-4 // Navy 8, VMI 0

    141 - No. 23 Josh Koderhandt fall Patrick Jordon, 4:05 // Navy 14, VMI 0

    149 - James Latona fall Ryan Vigil, 5:47 // Navy 20, VMI 0

    157 - Charlie Evans dec Tyler Berish, 5-2 // Navy 23, VMI 0

    165 - Josh Hart injury default No. 23 Andrew Cerniglia // Navy 23, VMI 6

    174 - No. 30 Danny Wask dec Braxton Lewis, 8-5 SV1 // Navy 26, VMI 6

    184 - No. 18 David Key tech fall River Carroll, 18-2 (5:24) // Navy 31, VMI 6

    197 - Cael Crebs dec Isaac Dolph, 5-0 // Navy 34, VMI 6

    285 - No. 13 Grady Griess fall Brian Jackson, 1:25 // Navy 40, VMI 6

     

    125 - Evan Tallmadge dec Colton Camacho, 8-3 // Navy 3, Pitt 0

    133 - No. 17 Brendan Ferretti dec No. 10 Vinnie Santaniello, 3-2 // Navy 6, Pitt 0 

    141 - No. 23 Josh Koderhandt dec No. 7 Cole Matthews, 5-2 // Navy 9, Pitt 0 

    149 - No. 24 Finn Solomon dec Nicholas Vafiadis, 4-1 SV1 // Navy 9, Pitt 3 

    157 - Jonathan Ley dec Jared Keslar, 4-1 SV1 // Navy 12, Pitt 3

    165 - No. 11 Holden Heller dec Charlie Evans, 10-4 // Navy 12, Pitt 6 

    174 - No. 22 Luca Augustine dec No. 30 Danny Wask, 9-7 // Navy 12, Pitt 9

    184 - No. 18 David Key fall No. 13 Reece Heller, 2:47 // Navy 18, Pitt 9

    197 - No. 16 Mac Stout dec Cael Crebs, 4-1 // Navy 18, Pitt 12

    285 - No. 13 Grady Griess dec No. 9 Dayton Pitzer, 4-1 // Navy 21, Pitt 12

    This weekend’s action will be the Navy Classic, located at McDonogh School in Owings Mills, MD. 

    Penn 

    The Quakers were at the Round Robin Journeymen event also. They brought 24 wrestlers and four of them went undefeated on the day. Alex Almeyda was the champ in his pool at 133 lbs. John Stout won his pool at heavyweight. At 149 lbs, both Andy Troczynski and Kelly Dunnigan each won their pools. #21 Ryan Miller was third in his pool, ending his day with a fall over Greg Diakomihalis of Cornell. Jude Swisher was the runner-up in his pool at 157 lbs. #14 Nick Incontrera was second in his pool after a loss to multiple-time NCAA Champ, Starocci of Penn State. #21 Cole Urbas was third at 197 lbs. Max Hale was third at 184 lbs to round out some of the top placewinners. 

    Penn will host The Keystone Classic on Sunday. Action begins at 9:30 AM

    Princeton 

    The Tigers did not compete this weekend. They will be in action at the Navy Classic on Saturday. 

    Sacred Heart 

    The Pioneers were in dual action at Journeymen on Saturday. The following day, nearly 20 athletes competed in the round-robin while many starters were resting. Andrew Fallon was 2-0 on Saturday with two major decisions at 133 lbs. Scott Jarosz was undefeated with a major and a fall manning the 165 lbs class. The biggest individual win came from Vincent Milazzo, at 141 lbs. He earned a win over a returning NCAA Qualifier, Mason of Bloomsburg. Also against Bloom, Jake Trovato had a 29-second fall – one of the fastest of the day in the whole event.

    LIU – 28, Sacred Heart - 10

    125 - Robbie Sagaris (LIU) def. Jake Ice (SHU), Decision 6-4

    133 - Andrew Fallon (SHU) def. Chris Betancourt (LIU), Major Decision 14-2

    141 - Devin Matthews (LIU) def. Vincent Milazzo (SHU), Decision 7-1

    149 - Drew Witham (LIU) def. Mike McGhee (SHU), Decision 7-0

    157 - Rhise Royster (LIU) def. Brandon Teresa (SHU), Decision 6-1

    165 - Scott Jarosz (SHU) def. James Johnston (LIU), Fall 0:37

    174 - Blake Bahna (LIU) def. Owen Ayotte (SHU), Decision 9-3

    184 - Anthony Da'alesio (LIU) def. Hunter Perez (SHU), Major Decision15-6

    197 - John Duzsa (LIU) def. Jake Trovato (SHU), Fall 1:45

    285 - Aeden Begue (LIU) def. Marc Berisha (SHU), Decision 4-1

    Bloomsburg – 28, Sacred Heart – 18 

    125 - Bronson Garber (Bloomsburg) def. Mike Manta (Sacred Heart), Major Decision 15-1

    133 - Andrew Fallon (Sacred Heart) def. Mike Cassidy (Bloomsburg), Major Decision 12-3

    141 - Vincent Milazzo (Sacred Heart) def. Josh Mason (Bloomsburg), Major Decision 14-0

    149 - Cade Balestrini (Bloomsburg) def. Mike McGhee (Sacred Heart), Decision 6-4

    157 - Will Morrow (Bloomsburg) def. Michel Ritacco (Sacred Heart), Tech Fall 25-10 6:46

    165 - Scott Jarosz (Sacred Heart) def. Caden Dobbins (Bloomsburg), Major Decision 8-0

    174 - Anthony Derosa (Bloomsburg) def. Nicky Eboli (Sacred Heart), Major Decision 14-4

    184 - Bruno Stolfi (Bloomsburg) def. Owen Ayotte (Sacred Heart), Fall (4:56)

    197 - Jake Trovato (Sacred Heart) def. Tanner Culver (Bloomsburg), Fall (0:29)

    285 - Shane Noonan (Bloomsburg) def. Marc Berisha (Sacred Heart), Fall (1:32)

    Sacred Heart will be busy next weekend with duals against #6 NC State, Presbyterian, and Cornell. Sunday’s agenda includes the Keystone Classic at Penn.

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