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    EIWA Weekly Recap (1/16/2024)

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

    Key Takeaways 

    • #28 Lehigh upsets #8 Cornell at home
    • Beard of Lehigh dominates two All-Americans in back-to-back matches
    • Harvard’s Sotelo knocks off #1 Noto of Lock Haven at 125lbs
    • Leo Tarantino of Harvard beats All-American #24 Kane of North Carolina
    • Jarrell of American defeats #9 Ghadiali of Campbell
    • Columbia’s #23 Lennox Wolak defeats #10 Pasiuk of Army at 174lbs
    • Navy’s #20 Josh Koderhandt beats 2X All-American #22 Carlson of SDSU
    • Joe Dubuque earns first win a Head Coach with win over Rider 

     

    American  

    The Eagles were on a road trip in California. On Friday, they had a tough loss to Cal Poly 39-3. Raymond Lopez had the lone win at 141 lbs. On Sunday, they took on Campbell, CSU Bakersfield, and Central Michigan – going 1-2 in those duals. Max Leete was 3-0 on the day with a win over #20 Zaccone. Will Jarrell (285 lbs) had the biggest upset when he beat #8 Ghadiali of Campbell. Jack Maida took his first loss of the season to Molton of Campbell. 

     

    Cal Poly 39 – American 3 

    125 - #29 Dom Mendez (CP) major dec. Shamil Kalmatov (AU), 14-2 (Cal Poly 4-0)

    133 - #9 Zeth Romney (CP) pinned Maximilian Leete (AU), 0:24 (Cal Poly 10-0)

    141 - Raymond Lopez (AU) dec. Abe Hinrichsen (CP), 8-5 (Cal Poly 10-3)

    149 - #6 Chance Lamer (CP) tech fall. Ryan Zimmerman (AU), 22-4 (3:32) (Cal Poly 15-3)

    157 - #29 Legend Lamer (CP) pinned Devon Capato (AU), 1:59 (Cal Poly 21-3)

    165 - Michael Goldfeder (CP) dec. Breon Phifer (AU), 17-11 (Cal Poly 24-3)

    174 - Daschle Lamer (CP) dec. Lucas White (AU), 7-2 (Cal Poly 27-3)

    184 - Kendall La Rosa (CP) dec. Connor Bourne (AU), 4-1 SV (Cal Poly 30-3)

    197 - Jarad Priest (CP) major dec. Liam Volk-Klos (AU), 17-5 (Cal Poly 34-3)

    285 - #24 Trevor Tinker (CP) tech. fall Will Jarrell (AU), 17-1 (5:10) (Cal Poly 39-3)

     

    Campbell 26 – American 9 

    125 - Anthony Molton (Campbell) tech. fall #16 Jack Maida (AU), 25-7 (6:27) (CU 5-0)

    133 - Maximilian Leete (AU) dec. #20 Dom Zaccone (Campbell), 11-6 (CU 5-3)

    141 - Wynton Denkins (Campbell) dec. Raymond Lopez (AU), 13-11 (CU 8-3)

    149 - Hagen Heistand (Campbell) dec. Jack Nies (AU), 4-2 (CU 11-3)

    157 - Chris Earnest (Campbell) dec. Kaden Milheim (AU), 5-0 (CU 14-3)

    165 - #33 Dom Baker (Campbell) major dec. Ryan Zimmerman (AU), 13-4 (CU 18-3)

    174 - Lucas White (AU) dec. Riley Augustine (Campbell), 8-2 (CU 18-6)

    184 - Caleb Hopkins (Campbell) dec. Connor Bourne (AU), 4-3 (CU 21-6)

    197 - #20 Levi Hopkins (Campbell) tech. fall Liam Volk-Klos (AU), 18-3 (6:55) (CU 26-6)

    285 - Will Jarrell (AU) dec. #8 Taye Ghadiali (Campbell), 7-0 (CU 26-9)

     

    American 38 – CSU Bakersfield 8 

    125 - #16 Jack Maida (AU) dec. Richie Castro-Sandoval (CSUB), 1-0 (AU 3-0)

    133 - Maximilian Leete (AU) tech. fall Santino Sanchez (CSUB), 18-3 (AU 8-0)

    141 - Raymond Lopez (AU) tech. fall Mikey Folch (CSUB), 18-1 (6:24) (AU 13-0)

    149 - Ethan Szerencsits (AU) dec. Brock Rogers (CSUB), 6-5 (AU 16-0)

    157 - Devyn Flores-Che (CSUB) major dec. Kaden Milheim (AU), 10-2 (AU 16-4)

    165 - Guillermo Escobedo (CSUB) major dec. Ryan Zimmerman (AU), 10-1 (AU 16-8) 

    174 - Lucas White (AU) tech. fall Augustine Garcia (CSUB), 15-0 (2:16) (AU 21-8)

    184 - Connor Bourne (AU) pinned Braden Smelser (CSUB), 2:52 (AU 27-8)

    197 - Caleb Beaty (AU) pinned Ryan Arrington (CSUB), 1:51 (AU 33-8)

    285 - Will Jarrell (AU) dec. Jake Andrews (CSUB) 4-0 (AU 36-8)

    Central Michigan 22 – American 12 

    125 - #16 Jack Maida (AU) dec. Sean Spidle (CMU), 2-1 (AU 3-0)

    133 - Maximilian Leete (AU) dec. Vince Perez (CMU), 6-5 (AU 6-0)

    141 - Jimmy Nugent (CMU) dec. Raymond Lopez (AU), 18-13 (AU 6-3)

    149 - #16 Corbyn Munson (CMU) dec. Jack Nies (AU), 4-0 (Tied 6-6)

    157 - #27 Johnny Lovett (CMU) major dec. Kaden Milheim (AU), 14-2 (CMU 10-6)

    165 - Tracy Hubbard (CMU) major dec. Ryan Zimmerman (AU), 19-8 (CMU 14-6)

    174 - #19 Alex Cramer (CMU) major dec. Lucas White (AU), 12-0 (CMU 18-6)

    184 - Connor Bourne (AU) dec. Cody Brenner (CMU), 8-3 (CMU 18-9)

    197 - Cameron Wood (CMU) major dec. Caleb Beaty (AU), 13-4 (CMU 22-9)

    285 - Will Jarrell (AU) dec. Bryan Caves (CMU), 6-0 (CMU 22-12)

    The Eagles will face Bucknell this weekend in an EIWA matchup. 

     

    Army

    The Black Knights hosted two EIWA teams on Sunday in Columbia and Drexel. They won 25-13 over Columbia and 26-9 against Drexel. The lightweights in Ethan Berginc (#30 @ 125 lbs) and Braden Basile (#33 @ 133 lbs) were each 2-0 on the day. At 157 lbs, Nate Lukez was 2-0 on the day as well. 

    Army 25 – Columbia 13

    125: #30 Ethan Berginc (ARMY) def. Nick Babin (COL) | Fall, 1:21

    133: #33 Braden Basile (ARMY) def. Sulayman Bah (COL) | Fall, 3:41

    141: Kai Owen (COL) def. Rich Treanor (ARMY) | Dec., 9-4

    149: Matthew Williams (ARMY) def. Richard Fedalen (COL) | Dec., 4-1

    157: Nathan Lukez (ARMY) def. Jaden Le (COL) | Dec., 9-5

    165: #26 Gunner Filipowicz (ARMY) def. Andrew Garr (COL) | Dec., 8-3

    174: #23 Lennox Wolak (COL) def. #10 Ben Pasiuk (ARMY) | Dec., 10-7

    184: #31 Aaron Ayzerov (COL) def. Daniel Lawrence (ARMY) | MD, 11-0

    197: #28 Jack Wehmeyer (COL) def. Wolfgang Frable (ARMY) | Dec., 8-2

    HWT: #26 Lucas Stoddard (ARMY) def. Vincent Mueller (COL) | MD, 14-3

     

    Army 26 - Drexel 9

    184: Justin Griffith def. Daniel Lawrence (Army West Point), Dec 4-1; Drexel 3-0

    197: Wolfgang Frable (Army West Point) def. Ibrahim Ameer, MD 18-5; Army 4-3

    285: Austin Kohlhofer (Army West Point) def. Santino Morina, Dec 6-1; Army 7-3

    125: #29 Ethan Berginc (Army West Point) def. Desmond Pleasant, Dec 8-7; Army 10-3

    133: #31 Braden Basile (Army West Point) def. Jaxon Maroney, Dec 1-0; Army 13-3

    141: Jordan Soriano def. Logan Brown (Army West Point), Dec 7-4; Army 13-6

    149: Dom Findora def. #33 Thomas Deck (Army West Point), Dec 7-6; Army 13-9

    157: Nathan Lukez (Army West Point) def. Tyler Williams, MD 8-0; Army 17-9

    165: #25 Dalton Harkins (Army West Point) def. Cody Walsh, Dec 9-4; Army 20-9

    174: #10 Benjamin Pasiuk (Army West Point) def. Jack Janda, Fall 1:08; Army 26-9

    Army’s schedule this week includes a dual at Binghamton.

     

    Binghamton 

    The Bearcats were on the road at Lehigh on Friday, where they dropped the dual 29-12. The following day, they defeated Drexel and Buffalo at home. Brevin Cassella (#22 @ 165lbs) and Jacob Nolan (#13 @ 184lbs) each were 3-0 on the weekend. 

     

    No. 28 Lehigh 29 - Binghamton 12

    125: Sheldon Seymour (Lehigh) def. Carson Wagner (BU) MD 17-3, Lehigh 4 BU 0

    133: No. 1/1 Ryan Crookham (Lehigh) def. Micah Roes (BU) TF 19-1 6:36, Lehigh 9 BU 0

    141: No. 13/16 Malyke Hines (Lehigh) def. Ivan Garcia (BU) TF 17-2 7:00, Lehigh 14 BU 0

    149: Caleb Sweet (BU) def. Drew Munch (Lehigh) DEC 8-6, Lehigh 14 BU 3

    157: No. 25/24 Max Brignola (Lehigh) def. Fin Nadeau (BU) TF 23-8 6:31, Lehigh 19 BU 3

    165: No. 20/22 Brevin Cassella (BU) def. No. 27/NR Jake Logan (Lehigh) DEC 6-3, Lehigh 19 BU 6

    174: Will Ebert (BU) def. Thayne Lawrence (Lehigh) DEC 7-4 SV, Lehigh 19 BU 9

    184: No. 16/13 Jacob Nolan (BU) def. Jack Wilt (Lehigh) DEC 8-1, Lehigh 19, BU 12

    197: No. 10/9 Michael Beard (Lehigh) def. No. 7/14 Lou DePrez (BU) MD 12-1, Lehigh 23 BU 12

    285: No. 11/10 Nathan Taylor (Lehigh) def. No. 19/21 Cory Day (BU) FALL 5:45, Lehigh 29 BU 12

     

    Binghamton 19 - Drexel 15

    165: No. 20/22 Brevin Cassella (BU) def. Cody Walsh (Drexel) DEC 4-1, BU 3 Drexel 0

    174: Jack Janda (Drexel) def. Dimitri Gamkrelidze (BU) DEC 4-1, BU 3 Drexel 3

    184: No. 16/13 Jacob Nolan (BU) def. Justin Griffith (Drexel) TF 16-0 4:49, BU 8 Drexel 3

    197: No. 7/14 Lou DePrez (BU) def. Ibrahim Ameer (Drexel) TF 22-1 4:01, BU 13 Drexel 3

    285: No. 19/21 Cory Day (BU) def. Santino Morina (Drexel) DEC 12-5, BU 16, Drexel 3

    125: Desmond Pleasant (Drexel) def. Carson Wagner (BU) DEC 5-2 SV, BU 16, Drexel 6

    133: Micah Roes (BU) def. Jaxon Maroney (Drexel) DEC 2-0, BU 19 Drexel 6

    141: Jordan Soriano (Drexel) def. Nate Lucier (BU) DEC 9-3, BU 19 Drexel 9

    149: Dom Findora (Drexel) def. Jordan Brown (BU) DEC 6-3, BU 19 Drexel 12

    157: Tyler Williams (Drexel) def. Carter Baer (BU) DEC 7-1, BU 19 Drexel 15

     

    Binghamton 31 - Buffalo 3

    125: Carson Wagner (BU) def. Max Elton (Buffalo) DEC 10-4, BU 3 Buffalo 0

    133: Micah Roes (BU) def. Tommy Maddox (Buffalo) MD 14-5, BU 7 Buffalo 0

    141: Nate Lucier (BU) def. Caleb Brooks (Buffalo) DEC 2-1 TB4, BU 10 Buffalo 0

    149: Caleb Sweet (BU) def. No. 33/NR Kaleb Burgess (Buffalo) DEC 2-1, BU 13 Buffalo 0

    157: Carter Baer (BU) def. Nick Stampoulos (Buffalo) DEC 4-0, BU 16 Buffalo 0

    165: No. 20/22 Brevin Cassella (BU) def. Hunter Shaut (Buffalo) MD 8-0, BU 20 Buffalo 0

    174: Jay Nivison (Buffalo) def. Dimitri Gamkrelidze (BU) DEC 4-1 SV, BU 20 Buffalo 3

    184: No. 16/13 Jacob Nolan (BU) def. Chase Kranitz (Buffalo) MD 11-0, BU 24 Buffalo 3

    197: No. 7/14 Lou DePrez (BU) def. No. 31/NR Sam Mitchell (Buffalo) DEC 8-2, BU 27 Buffalo 3

    285: No. 19/21 Cory Day (BU) def. Lonnell Owens-Pabon (Buffalo) MD 12-0, BU 31 Buffalo 3

    Next weekend, Binghamton will “go to battle” with Army and Navy at home. 

     

    Brown  

    The Bears had their first dual meets of the season this weekend on the road. They went 1-2 with a win over Davidson and losses to The Citadel and North Carolina. Hunter Adrian was 2-1 on the weekend at 141lbs, as was Blake Saito at 157lbs and Jonathan Conrad at 174lbs. 

    Brown 24, Davidson 10

    125: Double Forfeit

    133: Hunter Adrian (Brown) def. John Hager (Davidson) DEC 6-1

    141: Ian Oswalt (Brown) def. Jackson Sichelstiel (Davidson) MD 9-1

    149: Tyler-Xavier McKnight (Davidson) def. Sam McMonagle (Brown) DEC 5-2

    157: Blake Saito (Brown) def. Tanner Peake (Davidson) MD 8-0

    165: Marc Koch (Davidson) def. Dominic Frontino (Brown) SV-1 8-5

    174: Jonathan Conrad (Brown) def. Brett Sanderlin (Davidson) MD 9-0

    184: Wyatt Ferguson (Davidson) def. Nicholas Olivieri (Brown) MD 13-4

    197: James Araneo (Brown) def. Cameo Blankenship (Davidson) DEC 5-0

    285: Alex Semenenko (Brown) def. Jake Fernicola (Davidson) FALL 1:44

     

    The Citadel 26, Brown 10

    125: Malik Hardy (The Citadel) Win by Forfeit

    133: Hunter Adrian (Brown) def. Brayton Killiri (The Citadel) DEC 16-13

    141: Jacob Silka (The Citadel) def. Justin Bierdumpfel (Brown) DEC 7-3

    149: Jeffrey Boyd (The Citadel) def. Sam McMonagle (Brown) MD 18-5

    157: Blake Saito (Brown) def. Hayden Watson (The Citadel) DEC 6-1

    165: Benjy Haubert (The Citadel) def. Keegan Rothrock (Brown) DEC 3-0

    174: Jonathan Conrad (Brown) def. Brodie Porter (The Citadel) MD 18-5

    184: Adam Ortega (The Citadel) def. Nicholas Olivieri (Brown) MD 14-2

    197: Patrick Brophy (The Citadel) def. James Araneo (Brown) DEC 11-6

    285: Ben Stemmet (The Citadel) def. Alex Semenenko (Brown) Dec 8-2

     

    #27 North Carolina 40 - Brown 0

    125: Marco Tocci (UNC) def. Forfeit

    133: Jace Palmer (UNC) def. Hunter Adrian (Brown): 8-7 Dec

    141: No. 5 Lachlan McNeil (UNC) def. Ian Oswalt (Brown): 17-3 MD

    149: Will Guida (UNC) def. Sam McMonagle (Brown): 9-1 MD

    157: Sonny Santiago (UNC) def. Blake Saito (Brown): 6-1 Dec

    165: Isaias Estrada (UNC) def. Dominic Frontino (Brown): 11-3 MD

    174: Tyler Eischens (UNC) def. Jonathan Conrad (Brown): 12-3 MD

    184: No. 24 Gavin Kane (UNC) def. Nicholas Olivieri (Brown): 6-0 Dec

    197: No. 18 Max Shaw (UNC) def. James Araneo (Brown): Fall (1:11)

    285: Cade Lautt (UNC) def. Alex Semenenko (Brown): 9-5 Dec

    The Bears will be getting some rest this weekend before continuing EIWA duals. 

     

    Bucknell  

    The Bison took on EIWA-foe LIU on the road and came away with a 25-11 victory. Bucknell won seven of ten bouts, including a forfeit at heavyweight. Myles Takats, at 174lbs, was the only victor by bonus points. 

    Bucknell 25, LIU 11

    125: Robbie Sagaris (LIU) dec. over Grayson McLellan (BUC), 6-3 (LIU 3-0)

    133: No. 16 Kurt Phipps (BUC) dec. over Christopher Betancourt (LIU), 5-0 (3-3)

    141: Devin Matthews (LIU) dec. over Braden Bower (BUC), 3-1 (LIU 6-3)

    149: Riley Bower (BUC) dec. over Drew Witham (LIU), 4-1 (6-6)

    157: Kolby DePron (BUC) dec. over Rhise Royster (LIU), 6-2 (BUC 9-6)

    165: James Johnston (LIU) tech fall over Miles Bassett (BUC), 16-0 (3:34) (LIU 11-9)

    174: Myles Takats (BUC) maj. dec. over Corey Connolly (LIU), 12-2 (BUC 13-11)

    184: Mikey Bartush (BUC) SV-1 over Anthony D'Alesio (LIU), 7-4 (BUC 16-11)

    197: Logan Deacetis (BUC) dec. over John Dusza (LIU), 10-8 (BUC 19-11)

    285: No. 27 Dorian Crosby (BUC) won by forfeit, (BUC 25-11)

    For the Bison, next week’s agenda includes duals with Morgan State and American. 

     

    Columbia 

    The Lions were on the road at Army for a dual. They lost 25-13. Lennox Wolak (#23 @ 174 lbs) had a big win over #10 Pasiuk. #31 Aaron Ayzerov had the only bonus point victory for the team at 184 lbs. 

    Army 25 – Columbia 13

    125: #30 Ethan Berginc (ARMY) def. Nick Babin (COL) | Fall, 1:21

    133: #33 Braden Basile (ARMY) def. Sulayman Bah (COL) | Fall, 3:41

    141: Kai Owen (COL) def. Rich Treanor (ARMY) | Dec., 9-4

    149: Matthew Williams (ARMY) def. Richard Fedalen (COL) | Dec., 4-1

    157: Nathan Lukez (ARMY) def. Jaden Le (COL) | Dec., 9-5

    165: #26 Gunner Filipowicz (ARMY) def. Andrew Garr (COL) | Dec., 8-3

    174: #23 Lennox Wolak (COL) def. #10 Ben Pasiuk (ARMY) | Dec., 10-7

    184: #31 Aaron Ayzerov (COL) def. Daniel Lawrence (ARMY) | MD, 11-0

    197: #28 Jack Wehmeyer (COL) def. Wolfgang Frable (ARMY) | Dec., 8-2

    HWT: #26 Lucas Stoddard (ARMY) def. Vincent Mueller (COL) | MD, 14-3

    Columbia is not scheduled to compete next weekend. 

     

    Cornell (#8)

    The Big Red were on the road against #28 Lehigh, dropping the dual in a hostile environment. They had two ranked wins individually. At 141 lbs, #17 Vince Cornella had a win over #16 Hines. At 157 lbs, #14 Meyer Shapiro had a decision over #24 Brignola. Julian Ramirez (#3 @ 165 lbs) scored the only bonus point win for Cornell. It may be important to note that Vito Arujau is still sidelined with an injury. 

    Lehigh (#28) 17 – Cornell (#8) 16

    133: No. 1 Ryan Crookham def. Ethan Qureshi 19-4 by technical fall

    141: No. 17 Vince Cornella def. No. 16 Malyke Hines 5-1 by decision

    149: No. 25 Ethan Fernandez def. Kelvin Griffin 6-3 by decision 

    157: No. 14 Meyer Shapiro def. No. 24 Max Brignola 8-2 by decision 

    165: No. 3 Julian Ramirez def. Jake Logan 11-3 by major decision

    174: Connor Herceg def. Benny Baker 10-4 by decision

    184: No. 8 Chris Foca def. Jack Wilt 16-9 by decision 

    197: No. 9 Michael Beard def. No. 7 Jacob Cardenas 10-3 by decision 

    285: No. 10 Nathan Taylor def. No. 19 Lewis Fernandes 6-2 by decision

    125: Luke Stanich def. No. 14 Brett Ungar 2-0 by decision 

    The Big Red will be off next weekend before they have three duals the following week. 

     

    Drexel 

    The Dragons were in the state of New York competing against Binghamton and Army. They were defeated in both duals. Both Jordan Soriano and Dom Findora were 2-0 on the weekend at 141 and 149lbs, respectively. Findora’s win over a ranked Williams of Army was a quality win for him. 

     

    Binghamton 19 - Drexel 15

    165: No. 20/22 Brevin Cassella (BU) def. Cody Walsh (Drexel) DEC 4-1, BU 3 Drexel 0

    174: Jack Janda (Drexel) def. Dimitri Gamkrelidze (BU) DEC 4-1, BU 3 Drexel 3

    184: No. 16/13 Jacob Nolan (BU) def. Justin Griffith (Drexel) TF 16-0 4:49, BU 8 Drexel 3

    197: No. 7/14 Lou DePrez (BU) def. Ibrahim Ameer (Drexel) TF 22-1 4:01, BU 13 Drexel 3

    285: No. 19/21 Cory Day (BU) def. Santino Morina (Drexel) DEC 12-5, BU 16, Drexel 3

    125: Desmond Pleasant (Drexel) def. Carson Wagner (BU) DEC 5-2 SV, BU 16, Drexel 6

    133: Micah Roes (BU) def. Jaxon Maroney (Drexel) DEC 2-0, BU 19 Drexel 6

    141: Jordan Soriano (Drexel) def. Nate Lucier (BU) DEC 9-3, BU 19 Drexel 9

    149: Dom Findora (Drexel) def. Jordan Brown (BU) DEC 6-3, BU 19 Drexel 12

    157: Tyler Williams (Drexel) def. Carter Baer (BU) DEC 7-1, BU 19 Drexel 15

     

    Army 26 - Drexel 9

    184: Justin Griffith def. Daniel Lawrence (Army West Point), Dec 4-1; Drexel 3-0

    197: Wolfgang Frable (Army West Point) def. Ibrahim Ameer, MD 18-5; Army 4-3

    285: Austin Kohlhofer (Army West Point) def. Santino Morina, Dec 6-1; Army 7-3

    125: #29 Ethan Berginc (Army West Point) def. Desmond Pleasant, Dec 8-7; Army 10-3

    133: #31 Braden Basile (Army West Point) def. Jaxon Maroney, Dec 1-0; Army 13-3

    141: Jordan Soriano def. Logan Brown (Army West Point), Dec 7-4; Army 13-6

    149: Dom Findora def. #33 Thomas Deck (Army West Point), Dec 7-6; Army 13-9

    157: Nathan Lukez (Army West Point) def. Tyler Williams, MD 8-0; Army 17-9

    165: #25 Dalton Harkins (Army West Point) def. Cody Walsh, Dec 9-4; Army 20-9

    174: #10 Benjamin Pasiuk (Army West Point) def. Jack Janda, Fall 1:08; Army 26-9

    The Dragons will be on the road for a dual at Princeton on Friday before hosting Stanford on Sunday. 

     

    Franklin & Marshall 

    The Diplomats were not on the mat this weekend. They will square off with a home dual with Hofstra next weekend. 

     

    Harvard  

    The Crimson were on a business trip in the state of North Carolina. They went 2-1 on the weekend with wins over Davidson and #27 North Carolina. They dropped a dual to Lock Haven. Diego Sotelo (#24 @ 125lbs) was 3-0 on the weekend with a win over top-ranked Noto of Lock Haven. At 165lbs, Josh Kim (#31 @ 165lbs) was 3-0 on the weekend as well. Phil Conigliaro (#11 @ 174lbs) went 3-0 also with two tech falls and a major. Leo Tarantino was 2-0 on his weekend and had a huge win over #24 Kane of North Carolina – a returning All-American. That was the difference in the dual win for the team. 

    Harvard 30 - Davidson, 6

    125 Diego Sotelo (Harvard) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf    

    133 Coleman Nogle (Harvard) over John Hager (Davidson) Maj 14-2    

    141 Jaden Pepe (Harvard) over Jackson Sichelstiel (Davidson) Dec 5-0    

    149 Jack Crook (Harvard) over Tyler-Xavier McKnight (Davidson) Dec 12-8    

    157 Joseph Cangro (Harvard) over Tanner Peake (Davidson) SV-1 5-2 0    

    165 Josh Kim (Harvard) over Marc Koch (Davidson) Dec 5-1    

    174 Philip Conigliaro (Harvard) over Brett Sanderlin (Davidson) TF 16-0    

    184 Leo Tarantino (Harvard) over Wyatt Ferguson (Davidson) Dec 4-2 0    

    197 Cameo Blankenship (Davidson) over Max Agresti (Harvard) Dec 6-4

    285 Jake Fernicola (Davidson) over Logan Marissal (Harvard) Dec 1-0

     

    Lock Haven 20 - Harvard 14 

    125 Diego Sotelo (Harvard) over Anthony Noto (Lock Haven) Dec 11-8    

    133 Gable Strickland (Lock Haven) over Coleman Nogle (Harvard) Dec 5-1

    141 Wyatt Henson (Lock Haven) over Dante Frinzi (Harvard) TF 23-6    

    149 Nick Stonecheck (Lock Haven) over Kenny Herrmann (Harvard) Dec 5-3    

    157 Connor Eck (Lock Haven) over Joseph Cangro (Harvard) Dec 6-5    

    165 Josh Kim (Harvard) over Avery Bassett (Lock Haven) Dec 9-6

    174 Philip Conigliaro (Harvard) over Tyler Stoltzfus (Lock Haven) TF 19-3

    184 Colin Fegley (Lock Haven) over Luke Rada (Harvard) Dec 8-5

    197 Leo Tarantino (Harvard) over Cael Black (Lock Haven) Dec 8-4

    285 Ethan Miller (Lock Haven) over Nick Marcenelle (Harvard) SV-1 3-0

     

    Score: Harvard 20 - UNC (#27) 15

    125: No. 24 Diego Sotelo (HAR) over Marco Tocci (UNC): 9-3 Dec

    133: Jace Palmer (UNC) over Coleman Nogle (HAR): 7-4 Dec

    141: No. 5 Lachlan McNeil (UNC) over Jaden Pepe (HAR): 17-4 MD

    149: Jack Crook (HAR) over Wil Guida (UNC): 6-4 Dec

    157: Joe Cangro (HAR) over Sonny Santiago (UNC): 8-1 Dec

    165: No. 31 Josh Kim (HAR) over Isaias Estrada (UNC): 14-5 MD

    174: No. 11 Phil Conigliaro (HAR) over Tyler Eischens (UNC): 16-7 MD

    184: Leo Tarantino (HAR) over No. 19 Gavin Kane (UNC): 10-7 SV Dec

    197: No. 18 Max Shaw (UNC) over Alex Whitworth (HAR): 11-2 MD

    285: Cade Lautt (UNC) over Nick Marcenelle (HAR): 20-8 MD

    Harvard will keep the momentum going into this week with a match against Sacred Heart. 

     

    Hofstra 

    The Pride were on the road with duals against VMI and George Mason. They returned home with two dual wins. Dylan Acevedo-Switzer was 2-0 at 125 lbs. Noah Tapia (149 lbs) and Ross McFarland (174 lbs) each won both matches. The upper weights in Nikolas Miller and Keaton Kluever each won both outings as well. 

     

    Hofstra 28 - VMI 6

    125: Dylan Acevedo-Switzer (HOF) dec. Anthony Burke (VMI), 8-3 (3-0)

    133: Dyson Dunham (VMI) dec. Dylan Ryder (HOF), 11-6 (3-3)

    141: Patrick Jordon (VMI) dec. Alex Turley (HOF), 8-5 (3-6)

    149: Noah Tapia (HOF) dec. Ryan Vigil (VMI), 6-3 (6-6)

    157: Jurius Clark (HOF) maj. dec. Josh Yost (VMI), 12-3 (10-6)

    165: Jake Slotnick (HOF) maj. dec. Luke Hart (VMI), 11-1 (14-6)

    174: Ross McFarland (HOF) dec. Braxton Lewis (VMI), 6-0 (17-6)

    184: Will Conlon (HOF) dec. Caleb Chandler (VMI), 8-1 (20-6)

    197: Nikolas Miller (HOF) dec. Josh Evans (VMI), 8-2 (23-6)

    285: Keaton Kluever (HOF) tech fall Tyler Mousaw (VMI), 20-4 (3:38) (28-6)

     

    Hofstra 25 - George Mason 15

    125: Dylan Acevedo-Switzer (HU) dec. JB Dragovich (GMU), 4-2 (3-0) 

    133: Dylan Ryder (HU) major dec. Shawn Nonaka (GMU), 9-1 (7-0)

    141: #30 Nate Higley (GMU) dec. Alex Turley (HU), 6-5 (7-3)

    149: Noah Tapia (HU) wbf. Kaden Cassidy (GMU), 6:15 (13-3)

    157: #26 DJ McGee (GMU) dec. Jurius Clark (HU), 6-3 sv-1 (13-6)

    165: Evan Maag (GMU) dec. Jake Slotnick (HU), 12-7 (13-9)

    174: Ross McFarland (HU) dec. Sean Coughlin (GMU), 5-0 (16-9)

    184: Malachi DuVall (GMU) wbf. Will Conlon (HU), 3:16 (16-15)

    197: Nikolas Miller (HU) injury default Tyler Kocak (GMU), 0:45 (22-15)

    285: #22 Keaton Kluever (HU) dec. Chad Nix (GMU), 4-1 sv-1 (25-15) 

    Hofstra will dual F&M on the road this Sunday.

     

    Lehigh #28

    The Mountain Hawks won an exciting down-to-the-wire dual against #8 Cornell. The marquee match-up at 197 lbs was won by #9 Michael Beard over #7 Cardenas. Connor Herceg moved up from 165 lbs to win a vital match-up for Lehigh. True freshman, Luke Stanich, iced the dual with his win over #14 Ungar at 125lbs. 

    Lehigh (#28) 17 – Cornell (#8) 16

    133: No. 1 Ryan Crookham def. Ethan Qureshi 19-4 by technical fall

    141: No. 17 Vince Cornella def. No. 16 Malyke Hines 5-1 by decision

    149: No. 25 Ethan Fernandez def. Kelvin Griffin 6-3 by decision 

    157: No. 14 Meyer Shapiro def. No. 24 Max Brignola 8-2 by decision 

    165: No. 3 Julian Ramirez def. Jake Logan 11-3 by major decision

    174: Connor Herceg def. Benny Baker 10-4 by decision

    184: No. 8 Chris Foca def. Jack Wilt 16-9 by decision 

    197: No. 9 Michael Beard def. No. 7 Jacob Cardenas 10-3 by decision 

    285: No. 10 Nathan Taylor def. No. 19 Lewis Fernandes 6-2 by decision

    125: Luke Stanich def. No. 14 Brett Ungar 2-0 by decision 

    Lehigh’s two home duals this weekend include #20 Penn and #15 Navy. 

     

    Long Island 

    The Sharks wrestled Bucknell, battling hard in a loss. James Johnston earned the only bonus point win with a tech fall at 165 lbs. Robbie Sagaris (125 lbs) and Devin Matthews (141 lbs) were the other winners for LIU. 

     

    Bucknell 25, LIU 11

    125: Robbie Sagaris (LIU) dec. over Grayson McLellan (BUC), 6-3 (LIU 3-0)

    133: No. 16 Kurt Phipps (BUC) dec. over Christopher Betancourt (LIU), 5-0 (3-3)

    141: Devin Matthews (LIU) dec. over Braden Bower (BUC), 3-1 (LIU 6-3)

    149: Riley Bower (BUC) dec. over Drew Witham (LIU), 4-1 (6-6)

    157: Kolby DePron (BUC) dec. over Rhise Royster (LIU), 6-2 (BUC 9-6)

    165: James Johnston (LIU) tech fall over Miles Bassett (BUC), 16-0 (3:34) (LIU 11-9)

    174: Myles Takats (BUC) maj. dec. over Corey Connolly (LIU), 12-2 (BUC 13-11)

    184: Mikey Bartush (BUC) SV-1 over Anthony D'Alesio (LIU), 7-4 (BUC 16-11)

    197: Logan Deacetis (BUC) dec. over John Dusza (LIU), 10-8 (BUC 19-11)

    285: No. 27 Dorian Crosby (BUC) won by forfeit, (BUC 25-11)

    This week, the Sharks will be in Clarion dualling them, Morgan State, and Kent State.

     

    Navy #15

    The Midshipmen were at the Virginia Duals, dropping two duals to #11 South Dakota St and #18 Oklahoma. These were the first losses in dual meets this season for Navy. #20 Josh Koderhandt was 2-0, with a win over 2X All-American #22 Carlson of SDSU. #21 Andrew Cerniglia was 2-0 as well with two wins over ranked opponents.  

    125: Conrad Hendriksen (Oklahoma) tech fall Grant Treaster (Navy), 18-2 (6:57) // Oklahoma 5, Navy 0

    133: Jace Koelzer (Oklahoma) dec No. 27 Brendan Ferretti (Navy), 2-1 // Oklahoma 8, Navy 0

    141: No. 20 Josh Koderhandt (Navy) fall KJ Evans (Oklahoma), 2:22 // Oklahoma 8, Navy 6

    149: No. 30 Willie McDougald (Oklahoma) dec Kaemen Smith (Navy), 12-6 // Oklahoma 11, Navy 6

    157: No. 33 Jared Hill (Oklahoma) dec Jonathan Ley (Navy), 4-1 SV1 // Oklahoma 14, Navy 5 *

    165: No. 21 Andrew Cerniglia (Navy) dec No. 29 Cael Carlson (Oklahoma), 7-0 // Oklahoma 14, Navy 8

    174: No. 26 Danny Wask (Navy) dec No. 29 Tate Picklo (Oklahoma), 5-0 // Oklahoma 14, Navy 11

    184: Giuseppe Hoose (Oklahoma) dec No. 33 David Key (Navy), 7-4 SV1 // Oklahoma 17, Navy 11 

    197: No. 2 Stephen Buchanan (Oklahoma) major Cael Crebs (Navy), 14-5 // Oklahoma 21, Navy 11

    285: No. 14 Josh Heindselman (Oklahoma) dec No. 18 Grady Griess (Navy), 4-1 SV1 // Oklahoma 24, Navy 11

    *Navy was deducted a point for unsportsmanlike conduct

    125: No. 17 Tanner Jordan (South Dakota State) fall Hayden Benter (Navy), 4:06 // South Dakota State 6, Navy 0

    133: No. 15 Derrick Cardinal (South Dakota State) major Garrett Totten (Navy), 14-1 // South Dakota State 10, Navy 0

    141: No. 20 Josh Koderhandt (Navy) dec No. 22 Clay Carlson (South Dakota State), 3-1 // South Dakota State 10, Navy 3

    149: No. 20 Alek Martin (South Dakota State) major Nicholas Vafiadis (Navy), 8-0 // South Dakota State 14, Navy 3

    157: No. 17 Cael Swensen (South Dakota State) tech fall Charlie Evans (Navy), 20-4 (6:07) // South Dakota State 19, Navy 3

    165; No. 21 Andrew Cerniglia (Navy) major Tanner Cook (South Dakota State), 10-2 // South Dakota State 19, Navy 7

    174: No. 5 Cade DeVos (South Dakota State) dec No. 26 Danny Wask (Navy), 5-0 // South Dakota State 22, Navy 7

    184: No. 14 Bennett Berge (South Dakota State) Dec No. 33 David Key (Navy), 9-6 // South Dakota State 25, Navy 7

    197: No. 6 Tanner Sloan (South Dakota State) tech fall Cael Crebs (Navy), 18-0 (3:24) // South Dakota State 30, Navy 7

    285: No. 18 Grady Griess (Navy) fall No. 32 Luke Rasmussen (South Dakota State), 6:08 // South Dakota State 30, Navy 13

    Navy will be in action this weekend with duals at Lehigh and Binghamton. 

     

    Penn #20

     The Quakers were on the road for a dual with #27 North Carolina. This was their first win of the season. They won seven of ten bouts. Max Gallagher (#33 @ 125lbs) won by tech fall, as did #16 Max Hale at 184lbs. Kelly Dunnigan made his dual meet debut with a win. 

     

    Penn (#20) 26 – North Carolina (#27) 10

    125: #33 Max Gallagher (P) def. Marco Tocci (UNC), 20-4 TF – Penn leads 5-0

    133: #10 Michael Colaiocco (P) def. Jace Palmer (UNC), 17-8 MD – Penn leads 9-0

    141: #5 Lachlan McNeil (UNC) def. #12 CJ Composto (P), 15-3 MD – Penn leads 9-4

    149: Kelly Dunnigan (P) def. Wil Guida (UNC), 8-3 DEC – Penn leads 12-4

    157: #25 Lucas Revano def. Sonny Santiago (UNC), 8-3 DEC – Penn leads 15-4

    165: Kaya Sement (P) def. Isaias Estrada (UNC), 3-2 DEC – Penn leads 18-4

    174: #11 Nick Incontrera (P) def. Tyler Eischens (UNC), 11-4 DEC – Penn leads 21-4

    184: #16 Maximus Hale (P) def. Blah Dahnweih (UNC), 23-7 TF – Penn leads 26-4

    197: #18 Max Shaw (UNC) def. #25 Cole Urbas (P), 4-1 DEC – Penn leads 26-7

    285: Cade Lautt (UNC) def. #33 John Stout, 13-10 DEC – Penn wins 26-10

    The outlook for Penn this weekend will include a road match with Lehigh and hosting Stanford. 

     

    Princeton 

    The Tigers were 2-0 on the weekend, giving Head Coach, Joe Dubuque, his first two wins since taking over. Eligh Rivera (#32 @ 149lbs) was 2-0 again with an impressive win over #24 Kinner of Rider. #22 Nate Dugan was 2-0 on the weekend also. 

    Princeton 20 – Rider 19

    125: Tyler Klinsky (Rider) MD Drew Heethuis (Princeton) 17-3; Rider leads 4-0

    133: Richie Koehler (Rider) DEC Sean Pierson (Princeton) 10-4; Rider leads 7-0

    141: Tyler Vazquez (Princeton) DEC Will Betancourt (Rider) 1-0; Rider leads 7-3

    149: 11/32 Eligh Rivera (Princeton) DEC No. 24 Quinn Kinner (Rider) 11-8 SV; Rider leads 7-6

    157: No. 31 Colton Washleski (Rider) DEC Rocco Camillaci (Princeton) 8-3; Rider leads 10-6

    165: Blaine Bergey (Princeton) TF Jake Silverstein (Rider) 23-7; Tigers lead 11-10

    174: Michael Wilson (Rider) DEC Mikey Squires (Princeton) 4-1; Rider leads 13-11

    184: 20/25 Nate Dugan (Princeton) MD Isaac Dean (Rider) 12-3; Tigers lead 15-13

    197: 10/12 Luke Stout (Princeton) TF Azeem Bell (Rider) 21-4; Tigers lead 20-13

    285: No. 33 David Szuba (Rider) F Sebastian Garibaldi (Princeton); Tigers win 20-19

     

    Princeton 39 - Morgan State 3

    125: Drew Heethuis (P) wins by technical fall over Kevin Lopez (M), 19-2 (5:22); Princeton leads 5-0

    133: Sean Pierson (P) wins by technical fall over Khalid Brinkley (M), 16-1 (4:18), Princeton leads 10-0

    141: Tyler Vazquez (P) wins by decision over Tommy Fierro (M), 11-5; Princeton leads 13-0

    149: #32 Eligh Rivera (P) wins by major decision over Aaron Turner (M), 14-2; Princeton leads 17-0

    157: Rocco Camillaci (P) wins by major decision over Shaymus MacIntosh (M), 18-6; Princeton leads 21-0

    165: Jake Marsh (M) wins by decision over Blaine Bergey (P), 6-5; Princeton leads 21-3

    174: Mikey Squires (P) wins by major decision over Cortilius Vann (M), 13-3; Princeton leads 25-3

    184: #22 Nate Dugan (P) wins by fall over Eric Washington Jr. (M), 4:01; Princeton leads 31-3

    197: Aidan Conner (P) wins by decision over Nathanic Kendricks Jr. (M), 2-0; Princeton leads 34-3

    285: Sebastian Garibaldi (P) wins by technical fall over Sam Alshemier (M), 19-1 (5:43); Princeton wins 39-3  

    The Tigers will host Drexel this weekend. 

    Sacred Heart 

    The Pioneers were in North Carolina taking on VMI and Queens. They lost a close one to VMI, but earned their first dual meet win of the year against Queens. Both Jake Ice (125lbs) and Andrew Fallon (133lbs) were 2-0 on the day. Mike McGhee won both his matches at 149lbs. In addition, Scott Jarosz (165lbs) and Hunter Perez (184lbs) each were undefeated on the weekend. 

    VMI 24, Sacred Heart 17

    125: Jake Ice (SHU) def. Tony Burke (VMI) by Major Decision, 10-1                                 

    133: Andrew Fallon (SHU) def. Dyson Dunham (VMI) by Decision, 12-8                                                        

    141: Patrick Jordon (VMI) def. Vincent Milazzo (SHU) by Decision, 11-5                                                        

    149: Mike McGhee (SHU) def. Ryan Vigil (VMI) by Decision, 11-4                                                                  

    157: Josh Yost (VMI) def. Connor MacDonald (SHU) by Pin, 3:53                                                      

    165: Scott Jarosz (SHU) def. Luke Hart (VMI) by Major Decision, 10-2                                                               

    174: Braxton Lewis (VMI) def. Owen Ayotte (SHU) by Pin, 2:12                                                          

    184: Hunter Perez (SHU) def. Caleb Chandler (VMI) by Decision, 4-2                                                              

    197: Josh Evans (VMI) def. Jake Trovato (SHU) by Decision 8-1                                                             

    285: Tyler Mousaw (VMI) def. Brendan Gilchrist (SHU) by Pin, 2:25                             

     

    Sacred Heart 40 | Queens 9

    125: Jake Ice (SHU) def. Daniel Graham (Queens) by Fall (2:54)

    133: Andrew Fallon (SHU) def. David Makupson (Queens) by Fall (4:08)

    141: Vincent Milazzo (SHU) def Ananth Manibushan (Queens) by Fall 2:52

    149: Mike McGhee (SHU) def. Suhaib Hatamleh (Queens) by Tech Fall, 21-5 (5:34)

    157: Connor MacDonald (SHU) def. Easton Tobia (Queens) by Major Decision, 10-0

    165: Scott Jarosz (SHU) def. Vladimir Sukhikh (Queens) by Fall (2:09)

    174: Greg Merriman (Queens) def. Owen Ayotte (SHU) by Fall (0:31)

    184: Hunter Perez (SHU) def. D`Andree Hunt (Queens) by Decision, 10-5

    197: Riley Kuhn (Queens) def. Jake Trovato (SHU) by Decision, 12-7

    285: Brendan Gilchrist (SHU) def. Joshua Voelkel (Queens) by Major Decision, 12-4

     

    Sacred Heart will be on the road at Harvard this weekend.

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