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    EIWA Weekly Recap (1/30/2024)

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

    Key Takeaways 

    • #9 Cornell knocks off #3 Missouri at home
    • Cornell’s Shapiro defeats 3X All-American Mauller of Missouri at 157lbs
    • Army improves to 4-0 in conference duals

    American  

    The Eagles had a home dual against Virginia, dropping the match 36-6. Jack Nies continues to impress at his new 149 lbs class with a win. Lucas White had the other win for American via decision.

    Virginia 36 American 6 

    125: Kyle Montaperto (UVA) tech. fall Shamil Kalmatov (AU), 15-0 (7:00) (UVA 5-0)

    133: Gable Porter (UVA) dec. #31 Maximilian Leete (AU), 4-1 (UVA 8-0)

    141: Jack Gioffre (UVA) tech. fall Cael McIntyre (AU), 20-5 (UVA 13-0)

    149: Jack Nies (AU) dec. Michael Gioffre (UVA), 5-4 (UVA 13-3)

    157: #28 Dylan Cedeno (UVA) tech. fall Ryan Zimmerman (AU), 23-4 (4:43) (UVA 18-3)

    165: Nick Hamilton (UVA) major dec. Breon Phifer (AU), 12-2 (UVA 22-3)

    174: #14 Justin McCoy (UVA) tech. fall Mervin Mancia (AU), 15-0 (2:46) (UVA 27-3)

    184: Lucas White (AU) dec. Griffin Gammell (UVA), 12-7 (UVA 27-6)

    197: Krystian Kinsey (UVA) tech. fall Caleb Beaty (AU), 21-4 (6:10) (UVA 32-6)

    285: Ryan Catka (UVA) major dec. #33 Will Jarrell (AU), 14-6 (UVA 36-6)

     

    This weekend, American will host Drexel and Morgan State

     

    Army

    The Black Knights remain perfect in EIWA action with a thrilling win over Bucknell by an 18-15 score. Charlie Farmer made the difference at 125 lbs with the only pin of the dual for either team. Matthew Williams (149), Nathan Lukez (157 lbs), Ben Pasiuk (174 lbs), and Lucas Stoddard (285 lbs) each won by decision. Stoddard clinched the dual with his victory in the final bout. 

    Army 18 Bucknell 15

    125: Charles Farmer (AWP) fall over Owen Bell (BUC), 1:43 (AWP 6-0)

    133: No. 16 Kurt Phipps (BUC) dec. over No. 31 Braden Basile (AWP), 1-0 (AWP 6-3)

    141: Dylan Chappell (BUC) dec. over Logan Brown (AWP), 5-4 (6-6)

    149: Matthew Williams (AWP) dec. over Riley Bower (BUC), 4-1 (AWP 9-6)

    157: Nathan Lukez (AWP) dec. over Cade Wirnsberger (BUC), 5-1 (AWP 12-6)

    165: No. 12 Noah Mulvaney (BUC) SV-1 over Dalton Harkins (AWP), 9-2 (AWP 12-9)

    174: No. 16 Ben Pasiuk (AWP) dec. over Myles Takats (BUC), 12-11 (AWP 15-9)

    184: Mikey Bartush (BUC) dec. over Dillon Sheehy (AWP), 4-1 (AWP 15-12)

    197: Logan Deacetis (BUC) dec. over Wolfgang Frable (AWP) 5-1 (15-15)

    285: #26 Lucas Stoddard (AWP) dec. over #27 Dorian Crosby (BUC), 4-2 (AWP 18-15) 

     

    This weekend, Army will host Lehigh in a battle of unbeaten teams in conference duals. 

     

    Binghamton 

    The Bearcats were 2-0 on the day with wins over Brown and Harvard. Micah Roes was 2-0 at 133 lbs, as was Nate Lucier at 141 lbs. At 165 lbs, Brevin Cassella was unbeaten as well. Binghamton’s upper weights were a perfect 6-0 by Jacon Nolan, Lou DePrez, and Cory Day. The Bearcats move to 5-2 in conference duals, and 6-3 overall.  

    Binghamton 28 Harvard 9

    125: No. 26/21 Diego Sotelo (Harvard) def. Carson Wagner (BU) DEC 8-6, Harvard 3 BU 0

    133: Micah Roes (BU) def. Coleman Nogle (Harvard) 7-3, BU 3 Harvard 3

    141: Nate Lucier (BU) def. Dante Frinzi (Harvard) DEC 9-6, BU 6 Harvard 3

    149: Jordan Brown (BU) def. Jack Crook (Harvard) DEC 10-7, BU 9 Harvard 3

    157: Jimmy Harrington (Harvard) def. Carter Baer (BU) DEC 4-3, BU 9 Harvard 6

    165: No. 20/21 Brevin Cassella (BU) def. No. NR/30 Joshua Kim (Harvard) DEC 5-0, BU 12 Harvard 6

    174: No. 8/8 Philip Canigliaro (Harvard) def. Dimitri Gamkrelidze (BU) DEC 4-2, BU 12 Harvard 9

    184: No. 15/13 Jacob Nolan (BU) def. Leo Tarantino (Harvard) MD 9-1, BU 16 Harvard 9

    197: No. 8/12 Lou DePrez (BU) def. Alex Whitworth (Harvard) FALL 10-1 2:45, BU 22 Harvard 9

    285: Cory Day (BU) def. Logan Marissal (Harvard) FALL 3-0 0:46, BU 28 Harvard 9

     

    Binghamton 24 Brown 9

    125: Michael Joyce (Brown) def. Carson Wagner (Binghamton) DEC 7-2, Brown 3 Binghamton 0

    133: Micah Roes (Binghamton) def. Hunter Adrian (Brown) DEC 4-3, Binghamton 3 Brown 3

    141: Nate Lucier (Binghamton) def. Ian Oswalt (Brown) DEC 2-1 SV, Binghamton 6 Brown 3

    149: Sam McMonagle (Brown) def. Jordan Brown (Binghamton) DEC 2-1, Binghamton 6 Brown 6

    157: Blake Saito (Brown) def. Carter Baer (Binghamton) DEC 9-3, Brown 9 Binghamton 6

    165: No. 21/20 Brevin Cassella (Binghamton) def. Dom Frontino (Brown) DEC 3-0, Binghamton 9 Brown 9

    174: Dimitri Gamkrelidze (Binghamton) def. Jonathan Conrad (Brown) DEC 4-2, Binghamton 12 Brown 9

    184: No. 15/13 Jacob Nolan (Binghamton) def. Nicholas Olivieri (Brown) TF 17-1 4:54, Binghamton 17 Brown 9

    197: No. 8/12 Lou DePrez (Binghamton) def. Lear Quinton (Brown) MD 16-2, Binghamton 21 Brown 9

    285: No. 17/19 Cory Day (Binghamton) def. Alex Semenenko (Brown) DEC 6-0, Binghamton 24 Brown 9

     

    The Bearcats are off this weekend before continuing EIWA dual action the following weekend. 

     

    Brown  

    The Bears had a tough road trip to New York this weekend. Michael Joyce at 125 lbs made his season debut, going 1-1 on the day. He nearly had a win over Cornell’s Diakomihalis. Sam McMonagle had a win against Binghamton at 149 lbs. At 157 lbs, Blake Saito came away with a win over Binghamton. 

     

    Binghamton 24 Brown 9

    125: Michael Joyce (Brown) def. Carson Wagner (Binghamton) DEC 7-2, Brown 3 Binghamton 0

    133: Micah Roes (Binghamton) def. Hunter Adrian (Brown) DEC 4-3, Binghamton 3 Brown 3

    141: Nate Lucier (Binghamton) def. Ian Oswalt (Brown) DEC 2-1 SV, Binghamton 6 Brown 3

    149: Sam McMonagle (Brown) def. Jordan Brown (Binghamton) DEC 2-1, Binghamton 6 Brown 6

    157: Blake Saito (Brown) def. Carter Baer (Binghamton) DEC 9-3, Brown 9 Binghamton 6

    165: No. 21/20 Brevin Cassella (Binghamton) def. Dom Frontino (Brown) DEC 3-0, Binghamton 9 Brown 9

    174: Dimitri Gamkrelidze (Binghamton) def. Jonathan Conrad (Brown) DEC 4-2, Binghamton 12 Brown 9

    184: No. 15/13 Jacob Nolan (Binghamton) def. Nicholas Olivieri (Brown) TF 17-1 4:54, Binghamton 17 Brown 9

    197: No. 8/12 Lou DePrez (Binghamton) def. Lear Quinton (Brown) MD 16-2, Binghamton 21 Brown 9

    285: No. 17/19 Cory Day (Binghamton) def. Alex Semenenko (Brown) DEC 6-0, Binghamton 24 Brown 9

     

    Cornell 41 Brown -1 

    125: Diakomihalis (CU) def. Michael Joyce (Brown) DEC 7-4

    133: No. 2 Arujau (CU) def. Hunter Adrian (Brown) TF 19-4

    141: No. 13 Cornella (CU) def. Ian Oswalt (Brown) MD 11-0

    149: No. 28 Fernandez (CU) def. Sam McMonagle (Brown) TF 18-1

    157: No. 12 Shapiro (CU) def. Blake Saito (Brown) TF 18-3

    165: No. 2 Julian Ramirez (CU) def. Dom Frontino (Brown) TF 17-2

    174: Evan Canoyer (CU) def. Jonathan Conrad (Brown) DEC 4-1

    184: No. 9 Foca (CU) def. Nicholas Oliveri (Brown) by fall

    197: No. 8 Cardenas (CU) def. James Araneo (Brown) by fall

    285: No. 18 Fernandes (CU) def. Alex Semenenko (Brown) by fall

     

    The Bears are back in Ivy League action next weekend with home duals against Penn and Princeton.  

     

    Bucknell  

    The Bison went 1-1 on the weekend. They dropped a tight match to Army on Saturday, then won over Drexel on Sunday. Kurt Phipps led the way at 133 lbs going 2-0. At 165 lbs, Noah Mulvaney was 2-0 with two decisions. Mikey Bartush and Logan Deacetis were each 2-0 as well. On Sunday, Dylan Chappell was at the Mat Town open, where he had one loss to finish in fifth. 

    Army 18 Bucknell 15

    125: Charles Farmer (AWP) fall over Owen Bell (BUC), 1:43 (AWP 6-0)

    133: No. 16 Kurt Phipps (BUC) dec. over No. 31 Braden Basile (AWP), 1-0 (AWP 6-3)

    141: Dylan Chappell (BUC) dec. over Logan Brown (AWP), 5-4 (6-6)

    149: Matthew Williams (AWP) dec. over Riley Bower (BUC), 4-1 (AWP 9-6)

    157: Nathan Lukez (AWP) dec. over Cade Wirnsberger (BUC), 5-1 (AWP 12-6)

    165: No. 12 Noah Mulvaney (BUC) SV-1 over Dalton Harkins (AWP), 9-2 (AWP 12-9)

    174: No. 16 Ben Pasiuk (AWP) dec. over Myles Takats (BUC), 12-11 (AWP 15-9)

    184: Mikey Bartush (BUC) dec. over Dillon Sheehy (AWP), 4-1 (AWP 15-12)

    197: Logan Deacetis (BUC) dec. over Wolfgang Frable (AWP) 5-1 (15-15)

    285: #26 Lucas Stoddard (AWP) dec. over #27 Dorian Crosby (BUC), 4-2 (AWP 18-15) 

     

    Bucknell 24 Drexel 10

    125: Desmond Pleasant (DU) maj. dec. over Kade Davidheiser (BUC), 14-5 (DU 4-0)

    133: No. 16 Kurt Phipps (BUC) dec. over Jaxon Maroney (DU), 6-1 (DU 4-3)

    141: Braden Bower (BUC) maj. dec. over Jordan Soriano (DU), 14-3 (BUC 7-4)

    149: Dom Findora (DU) dec. over Riley Bower (BUC), 10-4 (7-7)

    157: Tyler Williams (DU) SV over Aiden Davis (BUC), 4-1 (DU 10-7)

    165: No. 12 Noah Mulvaney (BUC) dec. over Cody Walsh (DU), 8-5 (10-10)

    174: Myles Takats (BUC) dec. over Jack Janda (DU), 9-8 (BUC 13-10)

    184: Mikey Bartush (BUC) dec. over Justin Griffith (DU), 5-1 (BUC 16-10)

    197: Logan Deacetis (BUC) tech fall over Ibrahim Ameer (DU), 16-0 (4:46) (BUC 21-10)

    285: No. 27 Dorian Crosby (BUC) dec. over Santino Morina (DU), 8-3 (BUC 24-10)

     

    The Bison will be on the road this weekend with duals at Navy and Columbia. 

     

    Columbia 

    The Lions had two Ivy League matches this weekend and were defeated in both duals. Jaden Le (157 lbs) was 1-0 on the weekend with a win over Princeton. Lennox Wolak was the other winner in the Princeton dual. Nick Babin was the lone victor against #29 Gallagher of Penn. Columbia is dealing with some injuries, which may be evident in the results. 

    Princeton 26 Columbia 7

    125: Drew Heethuis (PRIN) def. Nick Babin (COL) | Dec., 1-0

    133: Sean Pierson (PRIN) def. Sulayman Bah (COL) | Dec., 12-8

    141: Tyler Vazquez (PRIN) def. Kai Owen (COL) | Dec., 10-9

    149: #26 Eligh Rivera (PRIN) def. Richard Fedalen (COL) | Dec., 8-3

    157: Jaden Le (COL) def. Rocco Camillaci (PRIN) | Dec., 7-6

    165: Blaine Bergey (PRIN) def. Kyle Mosher (COL) | MD, 12-3

    174: #20 Lennox Wolak (COL) def. Michael Squires (PRIN) |MD, 21-11

    184: #20 Nate Dugan (PRIN) def. #30 Aaron Ayzerov (COL) | Dec., 8-5

    197: #10 Luke Stout (PRIN) def. #27 Jack Wehmeyer (COL) | Dec., 8-1

    HWT: Sebastian Garibaldi (PRIN) def. Vincent Mueller (COL) | MD, 10-0

     

    Penn 31 Columbia 3

    125: Nick Babin (C) def. #29 Max Gallager (P), 4-0 DEC – Columbia Leads 3-0

    133: #10 Michael Colaiocco (P) def. Yanni Vines (C), 19-4 TF – Penn Leads 5-3

    141: #16 CJ Composto (P) def. Kai Owen (C), 9-3 DEC – Penn Leafs 8-3

    149: Andy Troczynski (P) def. Richard Fedalen (C), 11-2 MD – Penn Leads 12-3

    157: #23 Lucas Revano (P) def. David Berkovich (C) 18 – 5 MD – Penn Leads 16-3

    165: Kaya Sement (P) def. Kyle Mosher (C), 8-2 DEC – Penn Leads 19-16

    174: #7 Nick Incontrera (P) def. #20 Lennox Wolak (C), 5-3 DEC – Penn Leads 22-3

    184: #17 Maximus Hale (P) def. #30 Aaron Ayzerov (C), 9-4 DEC – Penn Leads 25-3

    197: #24 Cole Urbas (P) def. #27 Jack Wehmeyer (C), 7-1 DEC – Penn Leads 28-3

    285: John Stout (P) def. Billy McChesney (C), 10-6 DEC – Final 31-3

     

    The Ivy League and EIWA schedule continues this weekend for Columbia with duals against Cornell, followed by Bucknell. 

     

    Cornell (#9)

    The Big Red had a “big” weekend at home going 3-0, including a dual win over #3 Missouri. They dominated Ivy League foes Brown and Harvard. Greg Diakomihalis was 2-0 on the weekend including a win over #21 Sotelo of Harvard. Vito Arujau (#2 @ 133 lbs) made his return from injury to go 3-0 on the weekend. Meyer Shapiro had another signature win over a 3X All-American, Mauller of Missouri, who entered the week ranked 5th. At 197 lbs, #8 Jacob Cardenas iced the match over Missouri with a win over 3X All-American and then-undefeated Rocky Elam. He entered the weekend ranked 3rd. 

     

    Cornell (#9) 37 Harvard 6

    125: Greg Diakomihalis def. No. 21 Diego Sotelo 14-2 by major decision 

    133: No. 2 Vito Arujau def. Coleman Nogle 13-5 by major decision 

    141: No. 13 Vince Cornella def. Jaden Pepe by fall 

    149: No. 28 Ethan Fernandez def. Jack Crook 10-7 by decision 

    157: No. 12 Meyer Shapiro def. Jimmy Harrington 13-3 by major decision 

    165: No. 30 Joshua Kim def. Brody Oleksak 11-4 by decision 

    174: No. 8 Philip Conigliaro def. Colt Barley 14-4 by major decision 

    184: No. 9 Chris Foca def. Leo Tarantino 19-4 by technical fall 

    197: No. 8 Jacob Cardenas def. Alex Whitworth 16-1 by technical fall 

    285: No. 18 Lewis Fernandes def. Jeffrey Crooks by fall

     

    Cornell (#9) 41 Brown -1 

    125: Diakomihalis (CU) def. Michael Joyce (Brown) DEC 7-4

    133: No. 2 Arujau (CU) def. Hunter Adrian (Brown) TF 19-4

    141: No. 13 Cornella (CU) def. Ian Oswalt (Brown) MD 11-0

    149: No. 28 Fernandez (CU) def. Sam McMonagle (Brown) TF 18-1

    157: No. 12 Shapiro (CU) def. Blake Saito (Brown) TF 18-3

    165: No. 2 Julian Ramirez (CU) def. Dom Frontino (Brown) TF 17-2

    174: Evan Canoyer (CU) def. Jonathan Conrad (Brown) DEC 4-1

    184: No. 9 Foca (CU) def. Nicholas Oliveri (Brown) by fall

    197: No. 8 Cardenas (CU) def. James Araneo (Brown) by fall

    285: No. 18 Fernandes (CU) def. Alex Semenenko (Brown) by fall

     

    Cornell (#9) 20 Missouri (#3) 16

    125: No. 7 Noah Surtin def. No. 133 Brett Ungar by fall

    133: No. 2 Vito Arujau def. No. 27 Kade Moore 10-9 by decision

    141: No. 13 Vince Cornella def. No. 23 Joshua Edmond 9-6 by decision

    149: No. 28 Ethan Fernandez def. No. 25 Logan Gioffre 4-0 by decision 

    157: No. 12 Meyer Shapiro def. No. 5 Brock Mauller 13-4 by major decision 

    165: No. 1 Keegan O'Toole def. No. 2 Julian Ramirez 13-5 by major decision 

    174: No. 6 Peyton Mocco def. Evan Canoyer 8-2 by decision 

    184: No. 9 Chris Foca def. No. 11 Clayton Whiting 14-1 by major decision 

    197: No. 8 Jacob Cardenas def. No. 3 Rocky Elam 4-0 by decision

    285: No. 6 Zach Elam def. No. 18 Lewis Fernandes 2-1 by decision

     

    Cornell will be in action this week with a dual against Columbia. 

     

    Drexel 

    The Dragons played host to The Bison of Bucknell in an EIWA showdown. The match started with a major decision by Desmond Pleasant at 125lbs. Dom Findora won by decision at 149 lbs. At 157 lbs, Tyler Williams earned an overtime win for the final win of the bout for Drexel. 

    Bucknell 24 - Drexel 10

    125: Desmond Pleasant (DU) maj. dec. over Kade Davidheiser (BUC), 14-5 (DU 4-0)

    133: No. 16 Kurt Phipps (BUC) dec. over Jaxon Maroney (DU), 6-1 (DU 4-3)

    141: Braden Bower (BUC) maj. dec. over Jordan Soriano (DU), 14-3 (BUC 7-4)

    149: Dom Findora (DU) dec. over Riley Bower (BUC), 10-4 (7-7)

    157: Tyler Williams (DU) SV over Aiden Davis (BUC), 4-1 (DU 10-7)

    165: No. 12 Noah Mulvaney (BUC) dec. over Cody Walsh (DU), 8-5 (10-10)

    174: Myles Takats (BUC) dec. over Jack Janda (DU), 9-8 (BUC 13-10)

    184: Mikey Bartush (BUC) dec. over Justin Griffith (DU), 5-1 (BUC 16-10)

    197: Logan Deacetis (BUC) tech fall over Ibrahim Ameer (DU), 16-0 (4:46) (BUC 21-10)

    285: No. 27 Dorian Crosby (BUC) dec. over Santino Morina (DU), 8-3 (BUC 24-10)

     

    Drexel will host Rider next week in an old-school CAA rivalry on Saturday. On Sunday, they will wrestle American and Morgan State.

     

    Franklin & Marshall 

    The Diplomats had a road win over Sacred Heart. James Conway and John Crawford each earned bonus point wins to start the dual. Josh Hillard had a pin at 149 lbs while Dom Wheatley and Noah Fox each had tech falls. The Diplomats move to 4-2 on the season. 

    Franklin & Marshall 33, Sacred Heart 10

    184: #18 James Conway (F&M) TF Hunter Perez (SHU); 6:37 (19-3) (F&M 5-0)

    197: #31 John Crawford (F&M) WBF Jake Trovato (SHU); 3:43 (F&M 11-0)

    285: Brendan Gilchrist (SHU) dec. Harrison Shapiro (F&M); 4-1 (F&M 11-3)

    125: Jake Ice (SHU) maj. Eric Howe (F&M); 10-1 (F&M 11-7)

    133: #29 Mason Leiphart (F&M) dec. Andrew Fallon (SHU); 14-9 (F&M 14-7)

    141: Pat Phillips (F&M) dec. Vinny Milazzo (SHU); 4-0 (F&M 17-7)

    149: Josh Hillard (F&M) WBF Chris Naegele (SHU); 2:37 (F&M 23-7)

    157: Dominic Wheatley (F&M) TF Connor MacDonald (SHU); 6:30 (15-0) (F&M 28-7)

    165: Scott Jarosz (SHU) dec. Josh Palmucci (F&M); 8-1 (F&M 28-10)

    174: Noah Fox (F&M) TF Owen Ayotte (SHU); 6:36 (25-6) (F&M 33-10)

     

    F&M will have a home dual against LIU on Friday. 

     

    Harvard  

     The Crimson had a road trip to New York with duals against Binghamton and Cornell. The lone wrestler to go 2-0 on the day was Phillip Conigliaro at 174 lbs. Diego Sotelo was 1-1 at 125 lbs, as was Jimmy Harrington at 157 lbs. Josh Kim (165 lbs) wrestled to a 1-1 record also. Harvard has been wrestling well, but Binghamton and Cornell were tough challenges. 

    Binghamton 28 Harvard 9

    125: No. 26/21 Diego Sotelo (Harvard) def. Carson Wagner (BU) DEC 8-6, Harvard 3 BU 0

    133: Micah Roes (BU) def. Coleman Nogle (Harvard) 7-3, BU 3 Harvard 3

    141: Nate Lucier (BU) def. Dante Frinzi (Harvard) DEC 9-6, BU 6 Harvard 3

    149: Jordan Brown (BU) def. Jack Crook (Harvard) DEC 10-7, BU 9 Harvard 3

    157: Jimmy Harrington (Harvard) def. Carter Baer (BU) DEC 4-3, BU 9 Harvard 6

    165: No. 20/21 Brevin Cassella (BU) def. No. NR/30 Joshua Kim (Harvard) DEC 5-0, BU 12 Harvard 6

    174: No. 8/8 Philip Canigliaro (Harvard) def. Dimitri Gamkrelidze (BU) DEC 4-2, BU 12 Harvard 9

    184: No. 15/13 Jacob Nolan (BU) def. Leo Tarantino (Harvard) MD 9-1, BU 16 Harvard 9

    197: No. 8/12 Lou DePrez (BU) def. Alex Whitworth (Harvard) FALL 10-1 2:45, BU 22 Harvard 9

    285: Cory Day (BU) def. Logan Marissal (Harvard) FALL 3-0 0:46, BU 28 Harvard 9

     

    Cornell (#9) 37 Harvard 6

    125: Greg Diakomihalis def. No. 21 Diego Sotelo 14-2 by major decision 

    133: No. 2 Vito Arujau def. Coleman Nogle 13-5 by major decision 

    141: No. 13 Vince Cornella def. Jaden Pepe by fall 

    149: No. 28 Ethan Fernandez def. Jack Crook 10-7 by decision 

    157: No. 12 Meyer Shapiro def. Jimmy Harrington 13-3 by major decision 

    165: No. 30 Joshua Kim def. Brody Oleksak 11-4 by decision 

    174: No. 8 Philip Conigliaro def. Colt Barley 14-4 by major decision 

    184: No. 9 Chris Foca def. Leo Tarantino 19-4 by technical fall 

    197: No. 8 Jacob Cardenas def. Alex Whitworth 16-1 by technical fall 

    285: No. 18 Lewis Fernandes def. Jeffrey Crooks by fall

     

    On this weekend’s agenda, Harvard will host Princeton and Penn to duals. 

     

    Hofstra 

    The Pride took on Long Island rival, LIU. They came away the winner by a 22-14 score. Keaton Kluever had another tech fall at heavyweight. Dylan Rider had a major decision at 133 lbs, as did Ross McFarland at 174 lbs. Nikolas Miller (197 lbs), Dylan Acevedo (125 lbs), and Jake Slotnik (165 lbs) each earned decisions to help seal the deal. 

    Hofstra 22 LIU 14

    184: Anthony D'Alesio (LIU) dec. Will Conlon (Hofstra), 9-5 (0-3)

    197: Nikolas Miller (Hofstra) dec. John Desza (LIU), 8-3 (3-3)

    285: #21 Keaton Kluever (Hofstra) tech fall Jared Tracey (LIU), 21-4 (4:40) (8-3)

    125: Dylan Acevedo (Hofstra) dec. Robbie Sagaris (LIU), 3-2 (11-3)

    133: Dylan Ryder (Hofstra) major dec. Christopher Betancourt (LIU), 16-3 (15-3)

    141: Devin Matthews (LIU) major dec. Alex Turley (Hofstra), 13-5 (15-7)

    149: Drew Witham (LIU) major dec. Noah Tapia (Hofstra), 13-3 (15-11)

    157: Rhise Royster (LIU) dec. Jurius Clark (Hofstra), 6-1 (15-14)

    165: Jake Slotnik (Hofstra) dec. James Johnston (LIU), 6-2 (18-14)

    174: Ross McFarland (Hofstra) major dec. Corey Connolly (LIU), 8-0 (22-14)

     

    Hofstra will compete in the Edinboro Open this weekend. 

     

    #15 Lehigh

    Lehigh did not have any duals this weekend. But a few starters were in action at the Mat Town Open in Lock Haven. Luke Stanich was getting his match count up – wrestling unattached, earning 2nd place at 125 lbs. Carter Bailey was also 2nd at 141 lbs. At 149 lbs, Kelvin Griffin was 3rd while Owen Reinsel was 6th. With other placers, both attached and unattached, Lehigh had an impressive outing. 

     

    The Mountain Hawks will be on the road with a dual against Army West Point. 

    Long Island 

    The Sharks were battling Hofstra on the road. LIU won four of ten bouts, losing the dual. They saw wins from Anthony D'Alesio (184 lbs) and Rhise Royster (157 lbs). Earning majors were Devin Matthews and Drew Witham at 141 lbs and 149 lbs, respectively. 

    Hofstra 22 LIU 14

    184: Anthony D'Alesio (LIU) dec. Will Conlon (Hofstra), 9-5 (0-3)

    197: Nikolas Miller (Hofstra) dec. John Desza (LIU), 8-3 (3-3)

    285: #21 Keaton Kluever (Hofstra) tech fall Jared Tracey (LIU), 21-4 (4:40) (8-3)

    125: Dylan Acevedo (Hofstra) dec. Robbie Sagaris (LIU), 3-2 (11-3)

    133: Dylan Ryder (Hofstra) major dec. Christopher Betancourt (LIU), 16-3 (15-3)

    141: Devin Matthews (LIU) major dec. Alex Turley (Hofstra), 13-5 (15-7)

    149: Drew Witham (LIU) major dec. Noah Tapia (Hofstra), 13-3 (15-11)

    157: Rhise Royster (LIU) dec. Jurius Clark (Hofstra), 6-1 (15-14)

    165: Jake Slotnik (Hofstra) dec. James Johnston (LIU), 6-2 (18-14)

    174: Ross McFarland (Hofstra) major dec. Corey Connolly (LIU), 8-0 (22-14)

     

    LIU will be on the road this weekend with a dual against Franklin & Marshall. 

     

    Navy

    The Midshipmen were on the road against North Carolina. They earned bonus point wins in two of the four bouts won, but lost the dual 20-14. Kaemen Smith (149 lbs) earned a decision win, as did Brendan Ferretti (133 lbs). Navy saw a pin from Andrew Cerniglia. He has yet to lose this calendar year and is currently ranked 19th at 165 lbs. At 285 lbs, Grady Griess won via technical fall.

    141: No. 5 Lachlan McNeil (North Carolina) dec No. 12 Josh Koderhandt (Navy), 9-6 // North Carolina 3, Navy 0

    149: Kaemen Smith (Navy) dec Wil Guida (North Carolina), 13-9 // North Carolina 3, Navy 3

    157: Sonny Santiago (North Carolina) dec Jonathan Ley (Navy), 4-2 // North Carolina 6, Navy 3

    165: No. 19 Andrew Cerniglia (Navy) fall Isaias Estrada (North Carolina), 0:42 // Navy 9, North Carolina 6

    174: Tyler Eischens (North Carolina) dec No. 27 Danny Wask (Navy), 15-12 SV 1 // North Carolina 9, Navy 184: No. 23 Gavin Kane (North Carolina) dec David Key (Navy), 10-6 // North Carolina 12, Navy 9

    197: No. 19 Max Shaw (North Carolina) dec Daniel Williams (Navy), 5-3 // North Carolina 15, Navy 9

    285: No. 20 Grady Griess (Navy) tech fall Cade Lautt (North Carolina), 17-2 (6:39) // North Carolina 15, Navy 14

    125: No. 29 Spencer Moore (North Carolina) tech fall Hayden Benter (Navy), 19-4 (6:26) // North Carolina 20, Navy 14

    133: No. 33 Brendan Ferretti (Navy) dec Jace Palmer (North Carolina), 8-5 // North Carolina 20, Navy 17

     

    Navy will host Lock Haven and Bucknell to duals this weekend. 

    #18 Penn

    The Quakers hosted Columbia to an Ivy League match up. They won nine of ten bouts, claiming victory in dominant fashion. Michael Colaiocco led the team by winning via tech fall at 133 lbs. Andy Troczynski (149 lbs) and Lucas Revano (157 lbs) each won by major decision. Cole Urbas won his match against a ranked opponent at 197 lbs. At 174 lbs, 7th-ranked Nick Incontrera beat Wolak, ranked 20th in the nation. 

    Ryan Miller competed in the Mat Town Open and won his 133 lb bracket after wrestling 125 lbs all season.

    Penn 31 Columbia 3

    125: Nick Babin (C) def. #29 Max Gallager (P), 4-0 DEC – Columbia Leads 3-0

    133: #10 Michael Colaiocco (P) def. Yanni Vines (C), 19-4 TF – Penn Leads 5-3

    141: #16 CJ Composto (P) def. Kai Owen (C), 9-3 DEC – Penn Leafs 8-3

    149: Andy Troczynski (P) def. Richard Fedalen (C), 11-2 MD – Penn Leads 12-3

    157: #23 Lucas Revano (P) def. David Berkovich (C) 18 – 5 MD – Penn Leads 16-3

    165: Kaya Sement (P) def. Kyle Mosher (C), 8-2 DEC – Penn Leads 19-16

    174: #7 Nick Incontrera (P) def. #20 Lennox Wolak (C), 5-3 DEC – Penn Leads 22-3

    184: #17 Maximus Hale (P) def. #30 Aaron Ayzerov (C), 9-4 DEC – Penn Leads 25-3

    197: #24 Cole Urbas (P) def. #27 Jack Wehmeyer (C), 7-1 DEC – Penn Leads 28-3

    285: John Stout (P) def. Billy McChesney (C), 10-6 DEC – Final 31-3 

     

    This weekend, Penn will have a road trip to dual both Brown and Harvard. 

     

    Princeton 

    The Tigers came back from last week’s loss with a vengeance. They won over Columbia in eight of ten bouts. Drew Heethuis had a solid win over NCAA qualifier, Nick Babin, at 125lbs. The Tigers saw major decisions from Blaine Bergey (165lbs), and Sebastian Garibaldi (285lbs). 

    Princeton 26 Columbia 7

    125: Drew Heethuis (PRIN) def. Nick Babin (COL) | Dec., 1-0

    133: Sean Pierson (PRIN) def. Sulayman Bah (COL) | Dec., 12-8

    141: Tyler Vazquez (PRIN) def. Kai Owen (COL) | Dec., 10-9

    149: #26 Eligh Rivera (PRIN) def. Richard Fedalen (COL) | Dec., 8-3

    157: Jaden Le (COL) def. Rocco Camillaci (PRIN) | Dec., 7-6

    165: Blaine Bergey (PRIN) def. Kyle Mosher (COL) | MD, 12-3

    174: #20 Lennox Wolak (COL) def. Michael Squires (PRIN) |MD, 21-11

    184: #20 Nate Dugan (PRIN) def. #30 Aaron Ayzerov (COL) | Dec., 8-5

    197: #10 Luke Stout (PRIN) def. #27 Jack Wehmeyer (COL) | Dec., 8-1

    HWT: Sebastian Garibaldi (PRIN) def. Vincent Mueller (COL) | MD, 10-0

     

    Princeton will be on the road with matchups against Harvard and Brown.

     

    Sacred Heart 

    The Pioneers played host to F&M. They won three bouts. At 285 lbs, Brendan Gilchrist won by decision. Jake Ice kept it rolling at 125 lbs with a major decision. Lastly, Scott Jarosz was a point shy of earning the major at 165 lbs. 

    Franklin & Marshall 33, Sacred Heart 10

    184: #18 James Conway (F&M) TF Hunter Perez (SHU); 6:37 (19-3) (F&M 5-0)

    197: #31 John Crawford (F&M) WBF Jake Trovato (SHU); 3:43 (F&M 11-0)

    285: Brendan Gilchrist (SHU) dec. Harrison Shapiro (F&M); 4-1 (F&M 11-3)

    125: Jake Ice (SHU) maj. Eric Howe (F&M); 10-1 (F&M 11-7)

    133: #29 Mason Leiphart (F&M) dec. Andrew Fallon (SHU); 14-9 (F&M 14-7)

    141: Pat Phillips (F&M) dec. Vinny Milazzo (SHU); 4-0 (F&M 17-7)

    149: Josh Hillard (F&M) WBF Chris Naegele (SHU); 2:37 (F&M 23-7)

    157: Dominic Wheatley (F&M) TF Connor MacDonald (SHU); 6:30 (15-0) (F&M 28-7)

    165: Scott Jarosz (SHU) dec. Josh Palmucci (F&M); 8-1 (F&M 28-10)

    174: Noah Fox (F&M) TF Owen Ayotte (SHU); 6:36 (25-6) (F&M 33-10)

    Sacred Heart’s road trip for the week will be at Bloomsburg to avenge a loss against them from November. 

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