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    EIWA Weekly Recap (1/24/2024)

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

    Key Takeaways 

    • Penn’s Gallagher knocks off #12 Provo of Stanford at 125 lbs
    • Binghamton’s win over Navy is the first win over a top-20 program in school history 
    • Bucknell’s Dylan Chappell returns to the line-up at 141 lbs
    • Army (3-0), Bucknell (2-0), Harvard (1-0), Hofstra (1-0), and Lehigh (4-0) remain undefeated in conference duals

    American  

    The Eagles had an EIWA matchup with the Bucknell Bison, dropping the dual 31-9. Shamil Kalmatov had a pin at 125 lbs. Jack Nies was the other victor at 149 lbs.

    Bucknell 31 American 9 

    125: Shamil Kalmatov (AU) pinned Grayson McLellan (Bucknell), 1:34 (AU 6-0)

    133: #17 Kurt Phipps (Bucknell) dec. Maximilian Leete (AU), 5-3 (AU 6-3)

    141: Dylan Chappell (Bucknell) dec. Cael McIntyre (AU), 5-2 (Tied 6-6)

    149: Jack Nies (AU) dec. Aidan Davis (Bucknell), 8-3 (AU 9-6)

    157: Kolby DePron (Bucknell) dec. Ryan Zimmerman (AU), 6-0 (Tied 9-9)

    165: #19 Noah Mulvaney (Bucknell) pinned Breon Phifer (AU), 2:31 (Bucknell 15-9)

    174: Myles Takats (Bucknell) major dec. Lucas White (AU), 13-4 (Bucknell 19-9)

    184: Mikey Bartush (Bucknell) major dec. Brad Kata (AU), 14-2 (Bucknell 23-9) 

    197: Logan Deacetis (Bucknell) tech. fall Liam Volk-Klos (AU), 15-0 (2:34) (Bucknell 28-9)

    285: #27 Dorian Crosby (Bucknell) dec. Will Jarrell (AU), 7-2 (Bucknell 31-9)

    The next date for American is a home dual against Virginia on Sunday.

     

    Army

    The Black Knights were on the road wrestling Binghamton. They did by earning victories in 7 of 10 bouts. Nate Lukez was the only wrestler to win via major decision. 

    Army 22  Binghamton 11

    125: No. 32/33 Ethan Berginc (Army) def. Carson Wagner (BU) DEC 8-2, Army 3 BU 0

    133: No. 32/33 Braden Basile (Army) def. Micah Roes (BU) DEC 8-4, Army 6 BU 0

    141: Logan Brown (Army) def. Ivan Garcia (BU) DEC 8-2, Army 9 BU 0

    149: Matt Williams (Army) def. Caleb Sweet (BU) DEC 11-7, Army 12 BU 0

    157: Nate Lukez (Army) def. Carter Baer (BU) MD 11-3, Army 16 BU 0

    165: No. 20/21 Brevin Cassella (BU) def. No. NR/26 Gunner Filipowicz (Army) DEC 6-1, Army 16 BU 3

    174: No. 13/14 Ben Pasiuk (Army) def. Dimitri Gamkrelidze (BU) DEC 6-5, Army 19 BU 3

    184; No. 16/13 Jacob Nolan (BU) def. Dillon Sheehy (Army) DEC 3-2, Army 19 BU 6

    197: No. 8/12 Lou DePrez (BU) def. Wolfgang Frable (Army) TF 18-2 6:05, Army 19 BU 11

    285: No. 27/26 Lucas Stoddard (Army) def. Charlie Tibbitts (BU) DEC 5-0, Army 22 BU 11

    This weekend’s matchup with Bucknell will be a nice road test for Army. 

     

    Binghamton 

    The Bearcats hosted both Army and Navy for duals on Sunday. They lost to Army, but defeated Navy. Jacob Nolan and Lou DePrez were both 2-0 on the day, while Cory Day was 1-0. 

     

    Binghamton 18 Navy 17

    125: Carson Wagner (BU) def. Dayton DelViscio (Navy) MD 13-5, BU 4 Navy 0

    133: Micah Roes (BU) def. No. NR/29 Brendan Ferretti (Navy) DEC 5-1, BU 7 Navy 0

    141: No. 12/20 Josh Koderhandt (Navy) def. Nate Lucier (BU) TF 20-5 7:00, BU 7 Navy 5

    149: Kaemen Smith (Navy) def. Caleb Sweet (BU) DEC 5-2, Navy 8 BU 7

    157: Jonathan Ley (Navy) def. Carter Baer (BU) DEC 6-2, Navy 11 BU 7

    165: No. 25/20 Andrew Cerniglia (Navy) def. No. 20/21 Brevin Cassella (BU) DEC 5-3, Navy 14 BU 7

    174: No. 25/25 Danny Wask (Navy) def. Dimitri Gamkrelidze (BU) DEC 4-1 TB1, Navy 17 BU 7

    184: No. 16/13 Jacob Nolan (BU) def. David Key (Navy) DEC 8-3, Navy 17 BU 10

    197: No. 8/12 Lou DePrez (BU) def. Daniel Williams (Navy) TF 20-4 5:47, Navy 17 BU 15

    285: No. 19/21 Cory Day (BU) def. No. 17/18 Grady Griess (Navy) DEC 6-2, BU 18 Navy 17

     

    Army 22 Binghamton 11

    125: No. 32/33 Ethan Berginc (Army) def. Carson Wagner (BU) DEC 8-2, Army 3 BU 0

    133: No. 32/33 Braden Basile (Army) def. Micah Roes (BU) DEC 8-4, Army 6 BU 0

    141: Logan Brown (Army) def. Ivan Garcia (BU) DEC 8-2, Army 9 BU 0

    149: Matt Williams (Army) def. Caleb Sweet (BU) DEC 11-7, Army 12 BU 0

    157: Nate Lukez (Army) def. Carter Baer (BU) MD 11-3, Army 16 BU 0

    165: No. 20/21 Brevin Cassella (BU) def. No. NR/26 Gunner Filipowicz (Army) DEC 6-1, Army 16 BU 3

    174: No. 13/14 Ben Pasiuk (Army) def. Dimitri Gamkrelidze (BU) DEC 6-5, Army 19 BU 3

    184; No. 16/13 Jacob Nolan (BU) def. Dillon Sheehy (Army) DEC 3-2, Army 19 BU 6

    197: No. 8/12 Lou DePrez (BU) def. Wolfgang Frable (Army) TF 18-2 6:05, Army 19 BU 11

    285: No. 27/26 Lucas Stoddard (Army) def. Charlie Tibbitts (BU) DEC 5-0, Army 22 BU 11

     Binghamton will host two Ivy League teams this weekend; Harvard and Brown.

     

    Brown  

    The Bears did not compete this weekend. They will travel to New York for duals at Cornell and Binghamton this Saturday.

     

    Bucknell  

    The Bison hosted two duals this week. They won both in dominant fashion. Kurt Phipps was 2-0 on the weekend. Dylan Chappell returned to the lineup at 141 lbs, going 2-0. At 165 lbs, Noah Mulvaney had two wins by bonus points. Bucknell ran the table from 165 lbs to 285 lbs with a perfect 10-0 record. Nine of the ten wins were via bonus points. Bucknell is looking tough this season. 

     

    Bucknell 41  Morgan State 9

    125: Isaac Sheehan (MSU) dec. over Grayson McLellan (BUC), 7-6 (MSU 3-0)

    133: No. 17 Kurt Phipps (BUC) tech fall over Shawn Ryncarz (MSU), 20-3 (5:00) (BUC 5-3)

    141: Dylan Chappell (BUC) tech fall over Tommy Fierro (MSU), 22-7 (6:37) (BUC 10-3)

    149: Riley Bower (BUC) maj. dec. over Aaron Turner (MSU), 12-4 (BUC 14-3)

    157: Josh Greenwood (MSU) inj. default over Nick Delp (BUC) (BUC 14-9)

    165: No. 19 Noah Mulvaney (BUC) maj. dec. over Jake Marsh (MSU), 15-5 (BUC 18-9)

    174: Myles Takats (BUC) fall over Cortilius Vann (MSU), 3:42 (BUC 24-9)

    184: Mikey Bartush (BUC) fall over Kyle Grey (MSU), 4:21 (BUC 30-9)

    197: Logan Deacetis (BUC) fall over Nathanic Kendricks (MSU), 3:50 (BUC 36-9)

    285: No. 27 Dorian Crosby (BUC) tech fall over Tyler Stewart (MSU), 17-0 (3:57) (BUC 41-9)

     

    Bucknell 31 – American 9 

    125: Shamil Kalmatov (AU) pinned Grayson McLellan (Bucknell), 1:34 (AU 6-0)

    133: #17 Kurt Phipps (Bucknell) dec. Maximilian Leete (AU), 5-3 (AU 6-3)

    141: Dylan Chappell (Bucknell) dec. Cael McIntyre (AU), 5-2 (Tied 6-6)

    149: Jack Nies (AU) dec. Aidan Davis (Bucknell), 8-3 (AU 9-6)

    157: Kolby DePron (Bucknell) dec. Ryan Zimmerman (AU), 6-0 (Tied 9-9)

    165: #19 Noah Mulvaney (Bucknell) pinned Breon Phifer (AU), 2:31 (Bucknell 15-9)

    174: Myles Takats (Bucknell) major dec. Lucas White (AU), 13-4 (Bucknell 19-9)

    184: Mikey Bartush (Bucknell) major dec. Brad Kata (AU), 14-2 (Bucknell 23-9) 

    197: Logan Deacetis (Bucknell) tech. fall Liam Volk-Klos (AU), 15-0 (2:34) (Bucknell 28-9)

    285: #27 Dorian Crosby (Bucknell) dec. Will Jarrell (AU), 7-2 (Bucknell 31-9)

     

    Bucknell will host Army on Saturday and travel to Drexel on Sunday. 

     

    Columbia 

    The Lions did not compete last weekend. They will have two duals, at Princeton and Penn, this weekend in some Ivy League action. 

     

    #9 Cornell

     The Big Red did not compete this weekend either. They have a healthy load of home matches this weekend with Harvard and Brown on Saturday. They have a showdown with #3 Missouri on Sunday. 

     

    Drexel 

     The Dragons had a road win over Princeton on Friday. On Sunday, they fell to a tough #26 Stanford team. Jordan Soriano picked up the lone win with a fall over #28 Miranda of Stanford. He was the only Dragon to go 2-0 on the weekend. 

     

    Drexel 20 Princeton 15

    125: Drew Heethuis (Princeton) def. Desmond Pleasant, MD 10-2; Princeton 4-0

    133: Sean Pierson (Princeton) def. John Hildebrandt, TF 19-3 6:37; Princeton 9-0

    141: Jordan Soriano def. Tyler Vazquez (Princeton), Dec. 4-1; Princeton 9-3

    149: Dom Findora def. Cody Tavoso (Princeton), TF 19-4 (7:00); Princeton 9-8

    157: Rocco Camillaci (Princeton) def. Tyler Williams, Dec. 8-1; Princeton 12-8

    165: Cody Walsh def. Blaine Bergey (Princeton), Dec. 5-0; Princeton 12-11

    174: Jasiah Queen def. Michael Squires (Princeton), Dec. 7-2; Drexel 14-12

    184: #21 Nate Dugan (Princeton) def. Justin Griffith, Dec. 8-2; Princeton 15-14

    197: Ibrahim Ameer def. Aidan Conner (Princeton), Dec. 3-2; Drexel 17-15

    285: Santino Morina def. Sebastian Garibaldi (Princeton), Dec 4-1; Drexel wins 20-15

     

    Stanford 34 Drexel 6

    125: #12 Nico Provo def. Desmond Pleasant, 8-6; Stanford 3-0

    133: Dom LaJoie def. Jaxon Maroney, Dec. 9-3; Stanford 6-0

    141: Jordan Soriano def. #28 Jason Miranda, Fall 1:45; Tied 6-6

    149: #21 Jaden Abas def. Dom Findora, MD 16-5; Stanford 10-6

    157: #11 Daniel Cardenas def. Tyler Williams, TF 21-5 (5:21); Stanford 15-6

    165: #28 Hunter Garvin def. Cody Walsh, MD 14-3; Stanford 19-6

    174: #21 Lorenzo Norman def. Jasiah Queen, MD 20-8; Stanford 23-6

    184: Jack Darrah def. Justin Griffith, Dec. 2-1; Stanford 26-6

    197: #17 Nick Stemmet def. Ibrahim Ameer, TF 17-2 (3:21); Stanford 31-6 

    285: Peter Ming def. Santino Morina, Dec. 4-1; Stanford 34-6

    Drexel will play host to Bucknell this weekend for a Sunday matinee. 

     

    Franklin & Marshall 

    The Diplomats hosted Hofstra and took a loss after winning five of ten bouts. Mason Leiphart had the lone bonus point win for the Dips. 

    Hofstra 21 Franklin & Marshall 16

    141: Pat Phillips (F&M) dec. Alex Turley (Hofstra); 5-2 (F&M 3-0)

    149: Noah Tapia (Hofstra) maj. Josh Hillard (F&M); 14-5 (Hofstra 4-3)

    157: Jurius Clark (Hofstra) dec. Dominic Wheatley (F&M); 7-4 (Hofstra 7-3)

    165: Jake Slotnick (Hofstra) dec. Josh Palmucci (F&M); 5-2 (Hofstra 10-3)

    174: Noah Fox (F&M) dec. Ross McFarland (Hofstra); 5-4 (Hofstra 10-6)

    184: #18 James Conway (F&M) dec. Will Conlon (Hofstra); 8-1 (Hofstra 10-9)

    197: #31 John Crawford (F&M) dec. Nikolas Miller (Hofstra); 7-2 (F&M 12-10)

    285: Keaton Kluever (Hofstra) TF Harrison Shapiro (F&M); 6:35 (16-1) (Hofstra 15-12)

    125: Dylan Acevedo-Switzer (Hofstra) won by forfeit (Hofstra 21-12)

    133: #28 Mason Leiphart (F&M) maj. Dylan Ryder (Hofstra); 13-0 (Hofstra 21-16)

    This weekend, F&M will travel to Sacred Heart for a dual. 

     

    Harvard  

    The Crimson were dominant in their win over Sacred Heart. They ended the dual with one decision, one major decision, and six technical falls. 

    Harvard 43 Sacred Heart 3

    125: Diego Sotelo (Harvard) won by forfeit. 

    133: Andrew Fallon (Sacred Heart) over Coleman Nogle (Harvard) (Dec 7-3)

    141: Dante Frinzi (Harvard) over Vincent Milazzo (Sacred Heart) (MD 12-1)

    149: Jack Crook (Harvard) over Michael McGhee (Sacred Heart) (TF 23-6 6:29)

    157: Jimmy Harrington (Harvard) over Connor MacDonald (Sacred Heart) (TF 19-4 2:18)

    165: Joshua Kim (Harvard) over Scotty Jarosz (Sacred Heart) (TF 18-2 5:37)

    174: Philip Conigliaro (Harvard) over Owen Ayotte (Sacred Heart) (TF 18-2 4:47)

    184: Peter Ferraro (Harvard) over Nicolas Eboli (Sacred Heart) (TF 17-2 2:25)

    197: Alex Whitworth (Harvard) over Jake Trovato (Sacred Heart) (TF 15-0 3:00)

    285: Nick Marcenelle (Harvard) over Marc Berisha (Sacred Heart) (Dec 7-6)

    Harvard will be on the road this weekend with duals at Cornell and Binghamton. 

     

    Hofstra 

    The Pride used bonus points in two matches, and a forfeit, to propel themselves over F&M. Noah Tapia won via major while Keaton Kluever won by technical fall. Hofstra had some participants in the New York State Collegiate Championships. Greyson Harris (165lbs), Frank Volpe (157lbs), and Danny Church (285lbs) each won their bracket in the freshman/sophomore divisions. The squad had five other place winners in the event. 

    Hofstra 21 Franklin & Marshall 16

    141: Pat Phillips (F&M) dec. Alex Turley (Hofstra); 5-2 (F&M 3-0)

    149: Noah Tapia (Hofstra) maj. Josh Hillard (F&M); 14-5 (Hofstra 4-3)

    157: Jurius Clark (Hofstra) dec. Dominic Wheatley (F&M); 7-4 (Hofstra 7-3)

    165: Jake Slotnick (Hofstra) dec. Josh Palmucci (F&M); 5-2 (Hofstra 10-3)

    174: Noah Fox (F&M) dec. Ross McFarland (Hofstra); 5-4 (Hofstra 10-6)

    184: #18 James Conway (F&M) dec. Will Conlon (Hofstra); 8-1 (Hofstra 10-9)

    197: #31 John Crawford (F&M) dec. Nikolas Miller (Hofstra); 7-2 (F&M 12-10)

    285: Keaton Kluever (Hofstra) TF Harrison Shapiro (F&M); 6:35 (16-1) (Hofstra 15-12)

    125: Dylan Acevedo-Switzer (Hofstra) won by forfeit (Hofstra 21-12)

    133: #28 Mason Leiphart (F&M) maj. Dylan Ryder (Hofstra); 13-0 (Hofstra 21-16)

    Hofstra will play host to LIU on Saturday in hopes to earn another conference victory. 

     

    #15 Lehigh

    The Mountain Hawks were undefeated on the weekend with two EIWA wins over #20 Penn and #21 Navy. This marks four straight dual wins for the team. Ryan Crookham, Michael Beard, and Nathan Taylor were all 2-0 on the weekend. Malyke Hines had an overtime win over Composto of Penn. 

     

    Lehigh 24 Penn 14

    125: Max Gallagher (Penn) dec. Sheldon Seymour (Lehigh) 4-1, sv

    133: Ryan Crookham (Lehigh) dec. Michael Colaiocco (Penn) 4-2

    141: Malyke Hines (Lehigh) dec. CJ Composto (Penn) 4-1, sv

    149: Owen Reinsel (Lehigh) major dec. Andy Troczynski (Penn) 12-2

    157: Lucas Revano (Penn) dec. Max Brignola (Lehigh) 8-6*

    165: Jake Logan (Lehigh) dec. Kaya Sement (Penn) 10-7

    174: Nick Incontrera (Penn) Fall Connor Herceg (Lehigh) 2:36

    184: Maximus Hale (Penn) dec. Jack Wilt (Lehigh) 4-0

    197: Michael Beard (Lehigh) Fall Martin Cosgrove (Penn) 3:47

    285: Nathan Taylor (Lehigh) tech fall John Stout (Penn) 19-4, 6:48

     

    Lehigh 23 Navy 15

    184: David Key (Navy) dec. Jack Wilt (Lehigh) 4-3

    197: Michael Beard (Lehigh) tech fall Daniel Williams (Navy) 21-5, 4:05

    285: Nathan Taylor (Lehigh) dec. Grady Greiss (Navy) 11-4

    125: Sheldon Seymour (Lehigh) Fall Dayton DelViscio (Navy) 1:00

    133: Ryan Crookham (Lehigh) dec. Brendan Ferretti (Navy) 10-3

    141: Josh Koderhandt (Navy) dec. Malyke Hines (Lehigh) 7-3

    149: Kaemen Smith (Navy) dec. Owen Reinsel (Lehigh) 6-5

    157: Max Brignola (Lehigh) Fall Jonathan Ley (Navy) 6:22

    165: Andrew Cerniglia (Navy) dec. Jake Logan (Lehigh) 6-4

    174: Danny Wask (Navy) dec. Connor Herceg (Lehigh) 2-0

    Lehigh will be resting this weekend before continuing EIWA competition the following weekend.

     

    Long Island 

    The Sharks competed at the Clarion quad, where they went 1-2 on the day as a team. Robbie Sagaris was 2-1 on the day with two bonus point wins. Drew Witham was also 2-1 as well with one major. Also going 2-1 on the day was John Dusza at 197lbs. 

     

    LIU 25 Morgan State 9

    125: Robbie Sagaris (LIU) over Julian Dawson (MSC) (TF 16-1 0:00)

    133: Shawn Ryncarz (MSC) over Kaelan Francois (LIU) (Dec 11-10)

    141: Devin Matthews (LIU) over Tommy Fierro (MSC) (Dec 7-2)

    149: Drew Witham (LIU) over Aaron Turner (MSC) (MD 12-4)

    157: Rhise Royster (LIU) over Joshua Greenwood (MSC) (Dec 12-6)

    165: Jake Marsh (MSC) over James Johnston (LIU) (Fall 5:45)

    174: Corey Connolly (LIU) over Cortilius Vann (MSC) (Dec 14-9)

    184: Gavin Claro (LIU) over Kyle Grey (MSC) (MD 11-2)

    197: John Dusza (LIU) over Nathanic Kendricks Jr (MSC) (Dec 2-1)

    285: Double Disqualification

     

    Clarion 39 LIU 6

    125: Joey Fischer (CLAR) over Robbie Sagaris (LIU) (Fall 7:00)

    133: TJ England (CLAR) over Christopher Betancourt (LIU) (TF 18-2 4:12)

    141: Ryan Sullivan (CLAR) over Devin Matthews (LIU) (Dec 5-4)

    149: Drew Witham (LIU) over Kyle Schickel (CLAR) (Dec 2-1)

    157: Alejandro Herrera-Rondon (CLAR) over Rhise Royster (LIU) (MD 9-0)

    165: Eli Brinsky (CLAR) over James Johnston (LIU) (Fall 5:39)

    174: John Worthing (CLAR) over Corey Connolly (LIU) (Fall 2:22)

    184: Cameron Pine (CLAR) over Anthony D`Alesio (LIU) (Dec 8-5)

    197: John Dusza (LIU) over Ethan Wiant (CLAR) (Dec 6-2)

    285: Austin Chapman (CLAR) over (LIU) (For.)

     

    Kent State 26 LIU 7          

    125: Robert Sagaris (LIU) over Nico Calello (Kent State) (MD 12-1)

    133: Pablo Castro (Kent State) over Kaelan Francois (LIU) (MD 10-0)

    141: Billy Meiszner (Kent State) over Devin Matthews (LIU) (Dec 9-2)

    149: Matthew Ryan (Kent State) over Drew Witham (LIU) (Dec 3-2)

    157: Keegan Knapp (Kent State) over Rhise Royster (LIU) (SV-1 4-1)

    165: Aaron Ferguson (Kent State) over James Johnston (LIU) (MD 8-0)

    174: AJ Burkhart (Kent State) over Corey Connolly (LIU) (Dec 9-5)

    184: Anthony D`Alesio (LIU) over Kyle Snider (Kent State) (Dec 11-4)

    197: Blake Schaffer (Kent State) over John Dusza (LIU) (Dec 10-7)

    285: Josh Boggan (Kent State) over Jared Tracey (LIU) (SV-1 6-3)

    LIU will be on a short road trip this weekend to square off with Hofstra. 

     

    #21 Navy

    The Midshipmen dropped two tough ones this weekend to #15 Lehigh and Binghamton. Josh Koderhandt had a win over Lehigh’s Hines en route to a 2-0 weekend. At 149 lbs, Kaemen Smith was 2-0. Andrew Cerniglia, who has been wrestling well as of late, also went 2-0. Finally, Danny Wask was 2-0 in both duals. 

     

    Lehigh 23 Navy 15

    184: David Key (Navy) dec. Jack Wilt (Lehigh) 4-3

    197: Michael Beard (Lehigh) tech fall Daniel Williams (Navy) 21-5, 4:05

    285: Nathan Taylor (Lehigh) dec. Grady Greiss (Navy) 11-4

    125: Sheldon Seymour (Lehigh) Fall Dayton DelViscio (Navy) 1:00

    133: Ryan Crookham (Lehigh) dec. Brendan Ferretti (Navy) 10-3

    141: Josh Koderhandt (Navy) dec. Malyke Hines (Lehigh) 7-3

    149: Kaemen Smith (Navy) dec. Owen Reinsel (Lehigh) 6-5

    157: Max Brignola (Lehigh) Fall Jonathan Ley (Navy) 6:22

    165: Andrew Cerniglia (Navy) dec. Jake Logan (Lehigh) 6-4

    174: Danny Wask (Navy) dec. Connor Herceg (Lehigh) 2-0

     

    Binghamton 18 Navy 17

    125: Carson Wagner (BU) def. Dayton DelViscio (Navy) MD 13-5, BU 4 Navy 0

    133: Micah Roes (BU) def. No. NR/29 Brendan Ferretti (Navy) DEC 5-1, BU 7 Navy 0

    141: No. 12/20 Josh Koderhandt (Navy) def. Nate Lucier (BU) TF 20-5 7:00, BU 7 Navy 5

    149: Kaemen Smith (Navy) def. Caleb Sweet (BU) DEC 5-2, Navy 8 BU 7

    157: Jonathan Ley (Navy) def. Carter Baer (BU) DEC 6-2, Navy 11 BU 7

    165: No. 25/20 Andrew Cerniglia (Navy) def. No. 20/21 Brevin Cassella (BU) DEC 5-3, Navy 14 BU 7

    174: No. 25/25 Danny Wask (Navy) def. Dimitri Gamkrelidze (BU) DEC 4-1 TB1, Navy 17 BU 7

    184: No. 16/13 Jacob Nolan (BU) def. David Key (Navy) DEC 8-3, Navy 17 BU 10

    197: No. 8/12 Lou DePrez (BU) def. Daniel Williams (Navy) TF 20-4 5:47, Navy 17 BU 15

    285: No. 19/21 Cory Day (BU) def. No. 17/18 Grady Griess (Navy) DEC 6-2, BU 18 Navy 17

    Navy will be on the road again to wrestle a tough North Carolina team. 

     

    #20 Penn

    The Quakers had two challenging duals this weekend, ultimately dropping both. Max Gallagher was 2-0 with a big upset over #12 Provo of Stanford. Nick Incontrera was 2-0 with a win over #21 Norman of Stanford. At 184 lbs, Max Hale was 2-0 as well. 

    Lehigh (#15) 24 Penn 14

    125: Max Gallagher (Penn) dec. Sheldon Seymour (Lehigh) 4-1, sv

    133: Ryan Crookham (Lehigh) dec. Michael Colaiocco (Penn) 4-2

    141: Malyke Hines (Lehigh) dec. CJ Composto (Penn) 4-1, sv

    149: Owen Reinsel (Lehigh) major dec. Andy Troczynski (Penn) 12-2

    157: Lucas Revano (Penn) dec. Max Brignola (Lehigh) 8-6*

    165: Jake Logan (Lehigh) dec. Kaya Sement (Penn) 10-7

    174: Nick Incontrera (Penn) Fall Connor Herceg (Lehigh) 2:36

    184: Maximus Hale (Penn) dec. Jack Wilt (Lehigh) 4-0

    197: Michael Beard (Lehigh) Fall Martin Cosgrove (Penn) 3:47

    285: Nathan Taylor (Lehigh) tech fall John Stout (Penn) 19-4, 6:48

     

    Stanford (#26) 20 Penn 16

    125: Max Gallagher (P) def. #25 Nico Provo (S), 11-8 DEC, SV – Penn leads 3-0

    133: #10 Michael Colaiocco (P) def. Dom LaJoie (S), 14-4 MD - Penn leads 7-0

    141: #13 CJ Composto (P) def. #28 Jason Miranda (S), 7-2 DEC – Penn leads 10-0

    149: #21 Jaden Abas (S) def. Andy Troczynski (P), 5-1 DEC – Penn leads 10-3

    157: #11 Daniel Cardenas (S) def. #24 Lucas Revano (P), 14-3 MD – Penn leads 10-7

    165: #28 Hunter Garvin (S) def. Kaya Sement (P), 11-4 DEC – Tied 10-10

    174: #7 Nick Incontrera def. #21 Lorenzo Norman (S), 4-0 DEC – Penn leads 13-10

    184: #17 Maximus Hale (P) def. Jack Darrah (S), 8-2 DEC – Penn leads 16-10

    197: #17 Nick Stemmet (S)def. Martin Cosgrove (P), 12-4 MD – Penn leads 16-14

    285: Peter Ming (S) def. John Stout (P), 4-0 – Final 20-16

    The Quakers will host Ivy League foe Columbia to a dual on Sunday. 

     

    Princeton 

    The Tigers had a home dual with Drexel. Princeton lost the dual with a few starters out. Drew Heethuis won by major decision while Sean Pierson won by tech fall to start off the dual. Rocco Camillaci and Nate Dugan each had a decision of their own. 

    Drexel 20 Princeton 15

    125: Drew Heethuis (Princeton) def. Desmond Pleasant, MD 10-2; Princeton 4-0

    133: Sean Pierson (Princeton) def. John Hildebrandt, TF 19-3 6:37; Princeton 9-0

    141: Jordan Soriano def. Tyler Vazquez (Princeton), Dec. 4-1; Princeton 9-3

    149: Dom Findora def. Cody Tavoso (Princeton), TF 19-4 (7:00); Princeton 9-8

    157: Rocco Camillaci (Princeton) def. Tyler Williams, Dec. 8-1; Princeton 12-8

    165: Cody Walsh def. Blaine Bergey (Princeton), Dec. 5-0; Princeton 12-11

    174: Jasiah Queen def. Michael Squires (Princeton), Dec. 7-2; Drexel 14-12

    184: #21 Nate Dugan (Princeton) def. Justin Griffith, Dec. 8-2; Princeton 15-14

    197: Ibrahim Ameer def. Aidan Conner (Princeton), Dec. 3-2; Drexel 17-15

    285: Santino Morina def. Sebastian Garibaldi (Princeton), Dec 4-1; Drexel wins 20-15

    The Tigers of Princeton will host Columbia Friday night in Ivy League action. 

     

    Sacred Heart 

    The Pioneers fell in a tough dual to a red-hot Harvard squad. Andrew Fallon was the lone winner with a nice win over Nogle of Harvard at 133lbs. He improves to 10-2 on the year and 3-0 in conference matchups.

    Harvard 43 - Sacred Heart 3

    125: Diego Sotelo (Harvard) win by forfeit. 

    133: Andrew Fallon (Sacred Heart) over Coleman Nogle (Harvard) (Dec 7-3)

    141: Dante Frinzi (Harvard) over Vincent Milazzo (Sacred Heart) (MD 12-1)

    149: Jack Crook (Harvard) over Michael McGhee (Sacred Heart) (TF 23-6 6:29)

    157: Jimmy Harrington (Harvard) over Connor MacDonald (Sacred Heart) (TF 19-4 2:18)

    165: Joshua Kim (Harvard) over Scotty Jarosz (Sacred Heart) (TF 18-2 5:37)

    174: Philip Conigliaro (Harvard) over Owen Ayotte (Sacred Heart) (TF 18-2 4:47)

    184: Peter Ferraro (Harvard) over Nicolas Eboli (Sacred Heart) (TF 17-2 2:25)

    197: Alex Whitworth (Harvard) over Jake Trovato (Sacred Heart) (TF 15-0 3:00)

    285: Nick Marcenelle (Harvard) over Marc Berisha (Sacred Heart) (Dec 7-6)

     Next up for Sacred Heart is a home match against Franklin & Marshall.

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