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    EIWA Weekly Recap (12/6/2023)

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

    Key Takeaways 

    • Cornell’s Ungar (125 lbs) and Ramirez (165 lbs) earn silver at CKLV. Ramirez defeats David Carr
    • Eligh Rivera upsets #8 Rooks of Indiana
    • Crookham of Lehigh defeats #3 Nagao, a returning All-American 

    American  

    The Eagles were victorious in seven of ten bouts against Davidson. Shamil Kalmatov and Raymond Lopez each saw some mat time at 125 lbs and 141 lbs, respectively. American had five shutout wins in their seven victories. 

    American 31 – Davidson 7

    125 - Shamil Kalmatov (AU) dec. Enis Ljikovic (Davidson), 5-0 (AU 3-0)

    133 - Maximilian Leete (AU) major dec. Hale Robinson (Davidson), 9-0 (AU 7-0)

    141 - Raymond Lopez (AU) tech. fall Josh Viarengo (Davidson), 17-1 (5:23) (AU 12-0)

    149 - Tyler-Xavier McKnight (Davidson) dec. Ethan Szerencsits (AU), 11-8 SV (AU 12-3)

    157 - Jack Nies (AU) dec. Tanner Peake (Davidson), 9-6 TB (AU 15-3)

    165 - Bryce Sanderlin (Davidson) major dec. Breon Phifer (AU), 11-2 (AU 15-7)

    174 - Lucas White (AU) dec. Marc Koch (Davidson), 6-0 (AU 18-7)

    184 - Connor Bourne (AU) dec. Wyatt Ferguson (Davidson), 4-0 (AU 21-7)

    197 - Carsten Rawls (AU) major dec. Cameo Blankenship (Davidson), 9-0 (AU 25-7)

    285 - Will Jarrell (AU) pinned Jake Fernicola (Davidson), 2:58 (AU 31-7)

    Next up for American is a bout with Navy at home, right before Christmas break. 

    Army

      The Black Knights of Army West Point competed in the Cougar Clash at SIUE. At 125lbs, both Ethan Berginc and Charlie Farmer made the finals where a no-contest was decided. Lucas Stoddard was 2nd in his 285 lbs bracket with his only loss coming to #5 Elam of Missouri. Also finishing as runner-up was Dakota Morris – wrestling at 165 lbs. He outplaced Dalton Harkins, who was 3rd. They both lost to Fernandes of Northern Colorado. Also finishing in 3rd place were Logan Brown (141 lbs) and Dillon Sheehy (174 lbs). Sheehy’s lone loss was to #17 Sparks of Minnesota. Nate Lukez was 4th at 149 lbs. The Knights had two 5th-place finishers in Braden Basile and Rich Treanor at 133 lbs and 141 lbs, respectively. Rounding out the placewinners for the team were 149 lbers – both Thomas Deck and Matthew Williams tied for 6th place. 

    Next on Army’s agenda is the Cleveland State Open on Saturday. 

    Binghamton 

    The Bearcats had two placewinners at the CKLV, earning a 19th-place finish in the team standings. 23rd-ranked heavyweight, Cory Day was 7th over the weekend. His two losses were to higher-ranked opponents in Feldman of Ohio State (#17) and Ghadiali (#15) of Campbell. Brevin Cassella (#21 @ 165 lbs) earned 8th place. He had a win over #17 Mayfield of Northwestern, among other solid wins. The two place winners are a good showing for them. It may be noteworthy, Jacob Nolan (#21 @ 184 lbs) did not wrestle in this event due to injury. He’s a candidate who may have put some serious points up for the team. 

    The next competition for Binghamton is at the Wilkes Open a few days before Christmas. 

    Brown  

    The Bears of Brown University will be off for a few weeks. They do not compete until right before the Christmas Holiday. Expect improvements over this span. 

    Bucknell 

    The Bison had a top-30 road matchup with #29 Wisconsin. They split matches with Wisconsin but fell 24-22. Kurt Phipps (#21 @ 133 lbs) led the way with a fall. At 165lbs, Noah Mulvaney (#26) and Dorian Crosby (285 lbs) each had a tech fall for the Bison. Both Braden Bower (141 lbs) and Nick Delp (157 lbs) each earned a decision. There was one ranked match-up, and it occurred at 149 lbs where Bucknell’s #31 Chappell fell to #18 Zargo. 

    Wisconsin 24 – Bucknell 22

    125: No. 10 Eric Barnett (WIS) tech fall over Grayson McLellan (BUC), 16-0 (WIS 5-0)

    133: No. 21 Kurt Phipps (BUC) fall over Nicolar Rivera (WIS), 3:40 (BUC 6-5)

    141: Braden Bower (BUC) dec. over Felix Lettini (WIS), 5-0 (BUC 9-5)

    149: No. 18 Joseph Zargo (WIS) maj. dec. over No. 31 Dylan Chappell (BUC), 11-2 (9-9)

    157: Nick Delp (BUC) dec. over Luke Mechler (WIS), 11-7 (BUC 12-9)

    165: No. 26 Noah Mulvaney (BUC) tech fall over Gavin Model (WIS), 19-3 (5:05) (BUC 17-9)

    174: No. 5 Dean Hamiti (WIS) fall over Myles Takats (BUC), 1:37 (BUC 17-15)

    184: No. 26 Max Maylor (WIS) fall over Mikey Bartush (BUC), 0:27 (WIS 21-17)

    197: Shane Liegel (WIS) dec. over Nolan Springer (BUC), 5-0 (WIS 24-17)

    HWT: Dorian Crosby (BUC) tech fall over Peter Christensen (WIS), 19-4 (5:56) (WIS 24-22)

    The Bison will have a week off this coming weekend. 

    Columbia 

    The Lions were one of the teams competing at the CKLV Invite. With two of the team’s highest-ranked wrestlers out with injury (Angelo Rini #11 @ 133 lbs and Josh Ogunsanya #14 @ 165 lbs), they finished in 21st place with zero place finishers. Unfortunately, Lennox Wolak (#24 @ 174l bs) was injured as well. Aaron Ayzerov went through a gauntlet of competition at 184 lbs, losing to #5 Plott of Oklahoma St and #18 Fisher of Virginia Tech. His lone win was a huge one, as he defeated #4 Foca of Cornell. Nick Babin (#24 @ 125lbs) was 2-2 on the day losing two to higher ranked opponents. At heavyweight, Nolan Neves had a great win over #19 Nevills of Maryland, as he competed to a 3-2 record on the weekend. Jack Wehmeyer came into the weekend ranked #29 at 197 lbs. He had a win over #30 Striggow of Michigan to help solidify his ranking. Columbia’s performance was tainted thanks to injuries – let’s hope they heal up quickly.

    The Lions have a road trip this weekend to compete at #3 Iowa and #20 Northern Iowa.

    Cornell 

     The Big Red wrestled to an impressive 6th-place finish as a squad. Brett Ungar (#8 @ 125 lbs) helped lead the way with a 2nd place finish. Highlighting his tournament was a win over, former All-American, #5 DeAugustino of Northwestern. Another big win for the Big Red came at 165 lbs, where #7 Julian Ramirez defeated NCAA Champion, David Carr in the semifinals. His silver medal came at a loaded weight class. Jacob Cardenas was 4th place this weekend. The 6th ranked wrestler at 197 lbs had losses to #5 Hidlay of NC State and #3 Sloane of South Dakota State. At 141 lbs, #14 Vince Cornella took home 6th place. At heavyweight, Lewis Fernandes was 8th – losing by medical forfeit in his final match. Stud freshman, #21 Meyer Shapiro defeated #5 Andonian of Virginia Tech, then failed to place. His major decision over Andonian was the talk of the first day. Benny Baker filled in nicely at 174 lbs with Foca moving up to 184lbs. He finished a win short of placing. 

    Cornell is off this weekend with some much-needed rest. They will be at the National Collegiate Duals in a few weeks. 

    Drexel 

    The Dragons hosted The Dragon Duals where Little Rock, West Liberty (D2), and Clarion all came to for a quad. Drexel was 1-2, falling to Little Rock and Clarion, but had a dominant win over West Liberty. Dom FIndora (149lbs) led the Dragons with three wins – all by bonus points. Cody Walsh was also 3-0 with two bonus point wins. Jordan Soriano won both matches he competed in at 141lbs. This is a young team that took some lumps, but will improve as time goes on. 

    Drexel 10, Little Rock 30

    125: Jeremiah Reno (Little Rock) def. Desmond Pleasant, Dec. 15-8; Little Rock 3-0

    133: #22 Nasir Bailey (Little Rock) def. Jaxon Maroney, MD 15-2; Little Rock 7-0

    141: Jordan Soriano def. Brennan Van Hoecke(Little Rock), Dec. 12-9; Little Rock 7-3

    149: Dom Findora def. Kyle Dutton (Little Rock), MD 10-1; Tied 7-7

    157: #25 Matty Bianchi (Little Rock) def. Tyler Williams, MD 11-2; Little Rock 11-7

    165: #31 Cody Walsh def. Bilal Bailey (Little Rock), Dec. 7-3; Little Rock 11-10

    174: #17 Tyler Brennan (Little Rock) def. Jasiah Queen, Fall 6:39; Little Rock 17-10

    184: Triston Wills (Little Rock) def. Justin Griffith, TF 21-4 (6:08); Little Rock 22-10

    197: #7 Stephen Little (Little Rock) def. Ibrahim Ameer, TF 21-4 (7:00); Little Rock 27-10

    285: #28 Josiah Hill (Little Rock) def. Santino Morina, Dec. 4-2; Little Rock wins 30-10

    Drexel 42, West Liberty 3

    125: Desmond Pleasant def. Alexander Crane (West Liberty), TF 21-4 (5:41); Drexel 5-0

    133: John Hildebrandt def. Vincent Scollo (West Liberty), Dec. 3-2; Drexel 8-0

    141: Gabe Onorato def. Khyvon Grace(West Liberty) Dec. 7-3; Drexel 11-0

    149: Dom Findora def. AJ Nettey (West Liberty), TF 18-2 (3:26); Drexel 16-0

    157: Tyler Williams def. Tyler Beckley (West Liberty), TF 15-0 (3:31); Drexel 21-0

    165: #31 Cody Walsh def. Alec Cook (West Liberty), Fall (4:09); Drexel 27-0

    174: Jack Janda def. Breagan Pearson (West Liberty), Fall 1:42; Drexel 33-0

    184: Ty McGeary (West Liberty) def. Natty Lapinski, Dec. 10-3; Drexel 33-3

    197: Ibrahim Ameer def. Keaton Grider (West Liberty), Fall (1:44); Drexel 39-3

    285: Dom Petracci def. Jamie Kilmer (West Liberty), Dec. 9-2; Drexel wins 42-3

    Drexel 17, Clarion 23

    125: Joey Fischer (Clarion) def. Desmond Pleasant, Dec 8-3; Clarion 3-0

    133: TJ England (Clarion) def. Jaxon Maroney, Dec 10-7; Clarion 6-0

    141: Jordan Soriano def. Tye Varndell (Clarion), TF 20-4 (4:53); Clarion 6-5

    149: Dom Findora def. Kyle Schickel (Clarion), TF 15-0 (7:00); Drexel 10-6

    157: #24 Alejandro Herrera-Rondon (Clarion) def. Tyler Williams, TF 18-3 (7:00); Clarion 11-10

    165: #31 Cody Walsh def. Trevor Elfvin (Clarion), MD 9-1; Drexel 14-11

    174: #29 John Worthing (Clarion) def. Jasiah Queen, TF 18-1 (3:35); Clarion 16-14

    184: Cam Pine (Clarion) def. Justin Griffith, TF 20-5 (6:09); Clarion 20-14*

    197: Ethan Wiant (Clarion) def. Ibrahim Ameer, Dec 6-5; Clarion 23-14

    285: Santino Morina def. John Meyers (Clarion), SV-1 4-1; Clarion wins 23-17

    *One point deducted for Clarion unsportsmanlike conduct

    Drexel will host #29 Wisconsin for a dual on Saturday this week. 

    Franklin & Marshall 

    The Diplomats were at home hosting the Diplomat duals where they defeated VMI, Presbyterian, and Bloomsburg. They were defeated by Michigan State. Mason Leiphart (133 lbs) and James Conway (#17 @ 184 lbs) were each 4-0 on the day. Conway had three bonus point victories in the process. 30th ranked John Crawford was 3-1 on the day at 197 lbs. Noah Fox had three wins in his four matches at 174 lbs. Pat Phillips was 2-1 at 141 lbs, while Josh Palmucci was 2-2. 

    Michigan State 34, Franklin & Marshall 10

    125: #30 Tristan Lujan (MSU) dec. Eric Howe (F&M); 6-1 (MSU 3-0)

    133: Mason Leiphart (F&M) dec. Andrew Hampton (MSU); 8-3 (Tied 3-3)

    141: Andrew Hampton (MSU) maj. Pat Phillips (F&M); 8-0 (MSU 7-3)

    149: Clayton Jones (MSU) WBF Luke Bender (F&M); 6:03 (MSU 13-3)

    157: #14 Chase Saldate (MSU) WBF Dominic Wheatley (F&M); 4:42 (MSU 19-3)

    165: #12 Caleb Fish (MSU) maj. Josh Palmucci (F&M); 13-5 (MSU 23-3)

    174: Noah Fox (F&M) dec. DJ Shannon (MSU); 11-8 (MSU 23-6)

    184: #17 James Conway (F&M) maj. Ryan Boucher (MSU); 15-2 (MSU 23-10)

    197: Kael Wisler (MSU) WBF #30 John Crawford (F&M); 5:49 (MSU 29-10)

    285: Josh Terrill (MSU) TF Harrison Shapiro (F&M); 21-4 (5:25) (MSU 34-10)

    Franklin & Marshall 21, VMI 14

    125: Anthony Burke (VMI) dec. Jack Parker (F&M); 8-5 (SV) (VMI 3-0)

    133: Mason Leiphart (F&M) dec. Dyson Dunham (VMI); 7-1 (Tied 3-3)

    141: Pat Phillips (F&M) dec. Patrick Jordon (VMI); 8-4 (F&M 6-3)

    149: Ryan Vigil (VMI) maj. Luke Bender (F&M); 11-3 (VMI 7-6)

    157: Josh Yost (VMI) maj. Dominic Wheatley (F&M); 17-3 (VMI 11-6)

    165: Josh Palmucci (F&M) dec. Luke Hart (VMI); 7-0 (VMI 11-9)

    174: Braxton Lewis (VMI) dec. Noah Fox (F&M); 9-4 (VMI 14-9)

    184: #17 James Conway (F&M) WBF Riley Finck (VMI); 2:21 (F&M 15-14)

    197: #30 John Crawford (F&M) dec. Josh Evans (VMI); 4-1 (F&M 18-14)

    285: Harrison Shapiro (F&M) dec. Brian Jackson (VMI); 5-1 (F&M 21-14)

    Franklin & Marshall 34, Presbyterian 9

    125: Jack Parker (F&M) dec. Trent Dominguez (PRES); 9-4 (F&M 3-0)

    133: Mason Leiphart (F&M) TF Brayden Adams (PRES); 15-0 (1:41) (F&M 8-0)

    141: Bryce Kresho (F&M) dec. Ryan Luna (PRES); 9-6 (F&M 11-0)

    149: Trent Donahue (PRES) WBF Luke Bender (F&M); 2:36 (F&M 11-6)

    157: Dominic Wheatley (F&M) maj. Elijah Holiday (PRES); 10-2 (F&M 15-6)

    165: Josh Palmucci (F&M) maj. Joshua Roe (PRES); 16-3 (F&M 19-6)

    174: Noah Fox (F&M) dec. Reed Douglass (PRES); 15-10 (F&M 22-6)

    184: #17 James Conway (F&M) WBF Caleb Roe (PRES); 4:16 (F&M 28-6)

    197: #30 John Crawford (F&M) WBF Connor Garren (PRES); 5:59 (F&M 34-6)

    285: Nathan Carnes (PRES) dec. Harrison Shapiro (F&M); 4-2 (F&M 34-9)

    Franklin & Marshall 27, Bloomsburg 12

    125: Eric Howe (F&M) dec. Bronson Garber (BLOOM); 7-2 (F&M 3-0)

    133: Mason Leiphart (F&M) won by forfeit (F&M 9-0)

    141: Pat Phillips (F&M) won by forfeit (F&M 15-0)

    149: Cade Balestrini (BLOOM) dec. Bryce Kresho (F&M); 10-9 (F&M 15-3)

    157: William Morrow (BLOOM) dec. Dominic Wheatley (F&M); 11-8 (SV) (F&M 15-5)

    165: Caden Dobbins (BLOOM) maj. Josh Palmucci (F&M); 8-0 (F&M 15-9)

    174: Noah Fox (F&M) maj. Josh Bonomo (BLOOM); 11-2 (F&M 19-9)

    184: #17 James Conway (F&M) dec. Tanner Culver (BLOOM); 9-2 (F&M 22-9)

    197: #30 John Crawford (F&M) TF Kolby Flank (BLOOM); 15-0 (7:00) (F&M 27-9)

    285: Shane Noonan (BLOOM) dec. Harrison Shapiro (F&M); 6-3 (F&M 27-12)

    *** Bloomsburg was deducted one team during the 157 lb. match for coach's misconduct

    The Dips will take a few days off this coming weekend. 

    Harvard 

     The Crimson were in Las Vegas for the CKLV. 25th-ranked Diego Sotelo was the team’s leader in wins with three. His two losses came to #2 Ramos of Purdue and #8 Ungar of Cornell – each within a takedown. He finished in the top-12. Jameson Garcia competed in the 133 lbs bracket. He had a single win over #23 Drury. Other Harvard wrestlers getting wins were Pepe (141 lbs), Cangro (157lbs), Rada (174 lbs), Bittner (197 lbs) and Crooks (285 lbs)

    The Crimson will be off until the holiday break.

    Hofstra 

    The Pride of Hofstra were also in attendance at the CKLV in Las Vegas. Noah Tapia competed in the 149 lbs bracket, and earned the best win for the squad. His upset in the consolations was over #14 Jordan Williams of Oklahoma State. He led the team with two wins. Other Hofstra wrestlers earning wins were Ryder (125 lbs) and McFarland (174 lbs). This was a tough test for Hofstra, losing to many ranked opponents. 

    Catch them back in action next weekend when they travel to #1 Penn State. 

    Lehigh 

    The Mountain Hawks had a tough road test when they traveled to #1 Penn State. Sheldon Seymour got the team off to a hot start with a late takedown victory. #5 Ryan Crookham kept the train rolling when he defeated #3 Nagao, a returning All-American. Finally, Michael Beard (#10 @ 197lbs) won via major. 

    No. 1 Penn State 30, No. 20 Lehigh 10

    125 – Sheldon Seymour (Lehigh) dec. Gary Steen (PSU) 4-1

    133 – Ryan Crookham (Lehigh) dec. Aaron Nagao (PSU) 6-4

    141 – Beau Bartlett (PSU) major dec. Carter Bailey (Lehigh) 14-6

    149 – Tyler Kasak (PSU) dec. Drew Munch (Lehigh) 7-5

    157 – Levi Haines (PSU) dec. Max Brignola (Lehigh) 12-6

    165 – Mitchell Mesenbrink (PSU) tech fall Jake Logan (Lehigh) 17-2, 6:13

    174 – Carter Starocci (PSU) Fall Thayne Lawrence (Lehigh) 2:07

    184 – Bernie Truax (PSU) tech fall Jack Wilt (Lehigh) 19-4, 7:00

    197 – Michael Beard (Lehigh) major dec. Lucas Cochran (PSU) 20-6

    285 – Greg Kerkvliet (PSU) major dec. Nathan Taylor (Lehigh) 11-1

    They will return to the mat this week against #11 Oklahoma State. 

    Long Island 

     The Sharks were at the CKLV event also. Anthony D’Alesio (184lbs) and Devin Matthews (141lbs) each won two matches. D’Alesio had a quality win over #13 Fisher of Northwestern. Matthews had a medical forfeit win over #18 Koderhandt of Navy. Rhise Royster (157 lbs), Aeden Begue (285 lbs), and Drew Witham (149 lbs) each had a win on the weekend. Of the eight teams in the EIWA competing in Las Vegas, LIU was the 5th best overall. Drastic improvements are easily seen in this team. 

    Bloomsburg comes to town this weekend for a dual against LIU. 

    Navy 

    The Midshipmen were in competition at CKLV as well. Coming home with two place finishers, and a 16th overall team placement – it was a successful weekend. Danny Wask at 174 lbs made the semifinals. Losing to only #12 Wittlake and #5 Kharchla, expect him to improve on his #30 ranking. Grady Griess was 5th at 285 lbs. He was also in the semifinals, losing to #7 Bastida and #22 McDermott. Unfortunately, Koderhandt went down with an injury and had to forfeit on the backside. Navy most likely expected better results. They were without Cerniglia at 165 lbs, which did not help their cause. 

    They will be in action this weekend against Ohio at Pennsylvania’s Jefferson Morgan High School – Coach Kolat’s alma mater. 

    Penn 

    The Quakers hosted #3 Iowa for a dual. It was competitive throughout. The Quakers saw wins from Colaiocco, Incontrera, and Hale. In matches that Iowa won, Penn wrestled them very well – notably in the middleweights where Iowa is very tough. 

    125 – #15 Drake Ayala (I) def. #19 Max Gallagher (P), 8-7 DEC – Iowa leads 3-0

    133 – #13 Michael Colaiocco (P) def. Jace Rhodes (I), 5-0 DEC – tied 3-3

    141 – #1 Real Woods (I) def. #11 CJ Composto (P), 5-0 DEC – Iowa leads 6-3

    149 – #15 Victor Voinovich III (I) def. Andy Troczynski (P), 1-0 DEC – Iowa leads 9-3

    157 – #2 Jared Franek (I) def. #26 Jude Swisher (P), 4-2 DEC – Iowa leads 12-3

    165 – #6 Michael Caliendo (I) Lucas Revano (P), 14-5 MD – Iowa leads 16-3

    174 – #10 Nick Incontrera (P) def. #9 Patrick Kennedy (I), 10-2 MD – Iowa leads 16-7

    184 – #32 Maximus Hale (P) def. Aiden Riggins (I), FALL (1:55) – Iowa leads 16-13

    197 – #22 Zach Glazier (I) def. #26 Martin Cosgrove (P), 9-5 DEC – Iowa leads 19-13

    285 – Bradley Hill (I) def. Cole Urbas (P), 8-3 DEC – Iowa wins 22-13

    Penn also had some wrestlers at the Patriot Open at George Mason. Ryan Miller was runner-up at 125 lbs, losing to top-ranked Noto of Lock Haven. Nico Nardone was 4th at 141 lbs – as were Jackson Polo (149 lbs) and Kaya Sement (165 lbs). At 285 lbs, Zach Delsanter was 5th. 

    Penn will be off until the holiday break, where they compete at the Midlands

    Princeton 

    Princeton held a dual against Indiana. They split matches 5-5 but lost the bout due to a lack of bonus points. Eligh Rivera had an upset victory over #8 Rooks. Cover had a win over #32 Wilheim. Drew Heethuis made his dual debut and earned a win. Luke Stout and Nate Dugan continue to win. Overall, it was a nice effort from the squad. 

    Indiana 18 – Princeton 15

    149: Eligh Rivera (Princeton) DEC #8 Graham Rooks (Indiana), 7-4 (SV); Princeton leads, 3-0

    157: #17 Brayton Lee (Indiana) DEC Rocco Camillaci (Princeton), 3-2; Match tied, 3-3

    165: #11 Derek Gilcher (Indiana) DEC Blaine Bergey (Princeton), 8-1; Indiana leads, 6-3

    174: #9 D.J. Washington (Indiana) TF Mikey Squires (Princeton), 19-3 (3:59); Indiana leads, 11-3

    184: #28 Nate Dugan (Princeton) DEC Roman Rogotzke (Indiana), 15-10; Indiana leads, 11-6

    197: #10 Luke Stout (Princeton) DEC Gabe Sollars (Indiana), 3-1; Indiana leads, 11-9

    285: Matt Cover (Princeton) DEC #32 Nick Wilhelm (Indiana), 5-4; Princeton leads, 12-11

    125: Drew Heethuis (Princeton) DEC Blaine Frazier (Indiana), 10-8; Princeton leads, 15-11

    133: Cayden Rooks (Indiana) DEC Sean Pierson (Princeton), 8-3; Princeton leads, 15-14

    141: #28 Danny Fongaro (Indiana) MD Tyler Vazquez (Princeton), 15-1; Indiana leads, 18-15 

    Princeton will wrestle in-state rival #15 Rutgers at Rutgers this weekend.

    Sacred Heart 

    The Pioneers were at the CKLV event. Andre Fallon won a match at 133 lbs. Scott Jarosz also won a match at 165 lbs. This event was a tough break for Sacred Heart. They’ll be back in the room working on things, and we’ll see better results soon. 

    SHU will be off this coming weekend.

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