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    EIWA Weekly Recap (2/13/2024)

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

    Key Takeaways 

    • Binghamton claims 4th straight win, now 7-2 in EIWA matches
    • Cornell claims 3rd straight and 20 of last 21 Ivy League titles 
    • Lehigh stays unbeaten (6-0) in conference matches after win over Bucknell
    • Jake Logan of Lehigh knocks off #12 Mulvaney of Bucknell at 165lbs

    American  

    The Eagles were in the Rockies competing against Air Force. We saw Raymond Lopez make an appearance at 133 lbs, earning a tech fall. At 157 lbs, Gage Owen won by decision. American’s final win came at 197 lbs. Liam Volk-Klos won a high-scoring match 12-11. The Eagles were without Jack Maida again. We are expecting him to return soon. 

    Air Force 33 American 11

    125 - Tucker Owens (AF) wins by forfeit (Air Force 6-0)

    133 - Raymond Lopez (AU) tech. fall Brenden Barnes (AF), 25-9 (7:00) (Air Force 6-5)

    141 - Garrett Kuchan (AF) tech. fall Maximilian Leete (AU), 21-4 (4:21) (Air Force 11-5)

    149 - Joe Fernau (AF) dec. Ethan Szerencsits (AU), 9-2 (Air Force 14-5)

    157 - Gage Owen (AU) dec. Brooks Gable (AF), 6-2 (Air Force 14-8)

    165 - #14 Giano Petrucelli (AF) tech. fall Breon Phifer (AU), 19-2 (6:21) (Air Force 19-8)

    174 - Noah Blake (AF) major dec. Lucas White (AU), 11-2 (Air Force 23-8)

    184 - Josh Cordio (AF) major dec. Caleb Beaty (AU), 14-4 (Air Force 27-8)

    197 - Liam Volk-Klos (AU) dec. Calvin Sund (AF), 12-11 (Air Force 27-11)

    285 - #2 Wyatt Hendrickson pinned #33 Will Jarrell (AU) 2:58 (Air Force 33-11)  

     

    American will be back in action this weekend for senior day against Queens University and Lindenwood. 

     

    Army

    The Black Knights were on a break last weekend. They face their biggest rival Navy this weekend. 

     

    Binghamton 

    The Bearcats had two EIWA duals this weekend. They won both matches in dominating fashion over Hofstra and Princeton. Veteran Lou DePrez had a tech fall against Hofstra and had a major over 12th-ranked Stout of Princeton. Cory Day had two ranked wins at heavyweight. Binghamton had a nice weekend. They have a strong upper half of the lineup, with the bottom half starting to become a factor as well. 

     

    Binghamton 31 Hofstra 6

    125: Carson Wagner (BU) def. Dylan Acevedo-Switzer (Hofstra) DEC 8-2, BU 3 Hofstra 0

    133: No. NR/32 Micah Roes (BU) def. Dylan Ryder (Hofstra) DEC 4-1, BU 6 Hofstra 0

    141: Nate Lucier (BU) def. Alex Turley (Hofstra) DEC 5-2, BU 9 Hofstra 0

    149: Noah Tapia (Hofstra) def. Michael Zarif (BU) DEC 11-6, BU 9 Hofstra 3

    157: Jurius Clark (Hofstra) def. Fin Nadeau) BU DEC 4-1, BU 9 Hofstra 6

    165: No. 20/18 Brevin Cassella (BU) def. Joe McGinty (Hofstra) TF 15-0 5:04, BU 14 Hofstra 6

    174: Dimitri Gamkrelidze (BU) def. Ross McFarland (Hofstra) DEC 7-3, BU 17 Hofstra 6

    184: No. 14/11 Jacob Nolan (BU) def. Ericson Velasquez (Hofstra) TF 15-0 2:22, BU 22 Hofstra 6

    197: No. 9/10 Lou DePrez (BU) def. Gavin Proffitt (Hofstra) TF 19-2 5:06, BU 27 Hofstra 6

    285: No. 16/18 Cory Day (BU) def. No. 21/21 Keaton Kleuver (Hofstra) MD 9-0, BU 31 Hofstra 6

     

    Binghamton 26 Princeton 12

    197: No. 9 Lou DePrez (BING) MD No. 12 Luke Stout (PRIN), 12-2; Binghamton leads 4-0

    285: No. 16 Cory Day (BING) MD No. 27 Matt Cover (PRIN), 11-2; Binghamton leads 8-0

    125: Carson Wagner (BING) DEC Drew Heethuis (PRIN), 8-1; Binghamton leads 11-0

    133: No. 32 Micah Roes (BING) def. Sean Pierson (PRIN) (Injury Default. 4:09); Binghamton leads 17-0

    141: Nate Lucier (BING) DEC Christopher Martino (PRIN), 7-3; Binghamton leads 20-0

    149: No. 25 Eligh Rivera (PRIN) F Michael Zarif (BING), (4:35); Binghamton leads 20-6

    157: Rocco Camillaci (PRIN) DEC Carter Baer (BING), 6-3 SV; Binghamton leads 20-9

    165: No. 18 Brevin Cassella (BING) def. Blaine Bergey (PRIN), TB-2 3-3; Binghamton leads 23-9

    174: Dimitri Gamkrelidze (BING) DEC Luca Pontone (PRIN), 11-8; Binghamton leads 26-9

    184: No. 22 Nate Dugan (PRIN) DEC Will Ebert (BING), 9-3; Binghamton wins 26-12

     

    The Bearcats will square off with Northwestern in a road test this weekend. 

     

    Brown  

    The Bears took on the Drexel Dragons. They came up short in the dual but walked away with four wins in ten bouts. Hunter Adrian had a decision win over a tough Hildebrandt at 133 lbs. Blake Saito had a vital pin at 157 lbs over Williams, who placed at EIWAs last season. At 174 lbs, Jonathan Conrad won via decision over once-ranked Janda. At 285 lbs, Alex Semenenko won in overtime to close out the match. The Bears were two overtime losses away from winning this dual. 

     

    Drexel 19 Brown 15

    125: Desmond Pleasant (Drexel) def. Michael Joyce (Brown) SV 8-5

    133: Hunter Adrian (Brown) def. John Hildebrandt (Drexel) Dec. 1-0

    141: Jordan Soriano (Drexel) def. Justin Bierdumpfel (Brown), Dec. 5-1

    149: Dom Findora (Drexel) def. Sam McMonagle (Brown), SV 4-1

    157: Blake Saito (Brown) def. Tyler Williams (Drexel) Fall 3:20 

    165: #31 Cody Walsh (Drexel) def. Keegan Rothrock (Brown), Dec. 4-0

    174: Jonathan Conrad (Brown) def. Jack Janda (Drexel) Dec. 4-1

    184: Ethan Wilson (Drexel) def. Nicholas Olivieri (Brown), MD 14-3

    197: Ibrahim Ameer (Drexel) def. Lear Quinton (Brown), Dec. 2-0

    285: Alex Semenenko (Brown) def. Santino Morina (Drexel) SV 4-1

     

    This weekend’s road agenda includes duals with Bucknell and Columbia. 

     

    Bucknell  

    The Bison had the opportunity to wrestle in one of the EIWA’s toughest environments at #15 Lehigh. Kurt Phipps had a win at 133 lbs. At 174 lbs, Myles Takats won by tech fall. Mikey Bartush followed up with a decision in the next bout. Bucknell has had a tough stretch, now losing three in a row. They have two more duals this season to bounce back.

     

    Lehigh 31 Bucknell 11

    125: No. 3 Luke Stanich (LEH) tech fall over Kade Davidheiser (BUC), 17-1 (3:29) (LEH 5-0)

    133: No. 14 Kurt Phipps (BUC) dec. over Sheldon Seymour (LEH), 1-0 (LEH 5-3)

    141: No. 15 Malyke Hines (LEH) tech fall over Dylan Chappell (BUC), 21-6 (7:00) (LEH 10-3)

    149: Kelvin Griffin (LEH) dec. over Riley Bower (BUC), 3-1 (LEH 13-3)

    157: No. 24 Max Brignola (LEH) tech fall over Aiden Davis (BUC), 20-5 (4:47) (LEH 18-3)

    165: Jake Logan (LEH) dec. over No. 12 Noah Mulvaney (BUC), 9-8 (LEH 21-3)

    174: Myles Takats (BUC) tech fall over Connor Herceg (LEH), 18-3 (7:00) (LEH 21-8)

    184: Mikey Bartush (BUC) dec. over Jack Wilt (LEH), 7-1 (LEH 21-11)

    197: No. 4 Michael Beard (LEH) tech fall over Logan Deacetis (BUC), 21-6 (2:40) (LEH 26-11)

    285: No. 9 Nathan Taylor (LEH) tech fall over No. 28 Dorian Crosby (BUC), 17-2 (3:55) (LEH 31-11)

     

    Bucknell will host Brown this weekend for a chance to get back in the win column. 

     

    Columbia 

    The Lions did not compete last weekend. They will host Brown and Harvard this weekend in some Ivy League action. 

     

    Cornell (#8)

    Cornell won the Ivy League title this weekend after two wins over Princeton and Penn. After losing only three total matches on the weekend, it’s safe to say it was in dominant fashion. Ethan Fernandez won both matches on the weekend, maintaining the top spot in the EIWA. One win was over #25 Rivera of Princeton. Jacob Cardenas had two ranked wins at 197 lbs over #12 Stout of Princeton and #24 Urbas of Penn. Chris Foca has two ranked wins as well. They were against #22 Duggan of Princeton and #17 Hale of Penn. Against Penn, Vito Arujau defeated #9 Colaiocco for the second time this season. 

    Cornell 35 Princeton 3 

    133: No. 2 Vito Arujau def. Sean Pierson 19-4 by technical fall (Cornell 5, Princeton 0)

    141: Mark Botello def. Chris Martino 4-2 by decision (Cornell 8, Princeton 0)

    149: No. 23 Ethan Fernandez def. No. 25 Eligh Rivera 11-7 by decision (Cornell 11, Princeton 0)

    157: No. 6 Meyer Shapiro def. Rocco Camillaci 20-5 by technical fall (Cornell 16, Princeton 0) 

    165: No. 4 Julian Ramirez def. Blaine Bergey 15-3 by major decision (Cornell 20, Princeton 0)

    174: Mike Squires def. Evan Canoyer 5-1 by decision (Cornell 20, Princeton 3)

    184: No. 7 Chris Foca def. No. 22 Nathan Duggan 17-4 by major decision (Cornell 24, Princeton 3) 

    197: No. 7 Jacob Cardenas def. No. 12 Luke Stout 4-2 by decision (Cornell 27, Princeton 3)

    285: No. 17 Lewis Fernandes def. No. 30 Matt Cover 8-0 by major decision (Cornell 31, Princeton 3) 

    125: No. 14 Brett Ungar def. Drew Heethuis 10-2 by major decision (Cornell 35, Princeton 3)

     

    Cornell 26 Penn 8 

    157: No. 6 Meyer Shapiro def. No. 23 Lucas Revano 6-3 by decision (Cornell 3, Penn 0)

    165: No. 4 Julian Ramirez def. Kaya Sement 4-0 by decision (Cornell 6, Penn 0)

    174: No. 6 Nick Incontrera def. Benny Baker 9-2 by decision (Cornell 6, Penn 3)

    184: No. 7 Chris Foca def. No. 17 Max Hale 3-0 by decision (Cornell 9, Penn 3)

    197: No. 7 Jacob Cardenas def. No. 24 Cole Urbas 7-0 by decision (Cornell 12, Penn 3) 

    285: No. 17 Lewis Fernandes def. John Stout 15-0 by technical fall (Cornell 17, Penn 3)

    125: No. 14 Brett Ungar def. Max Gallagher 4-2 by decision (Cornell 20, Penn 3) 

    133: No. 2 Vito Arujau def. No. 9 Michael Colaiocco 11-4 by decision (Cornell 23, Penn 3) 

    141: No. 16 CJ Composto def. Mark Botello 15-0 by technical fall - Cornell 23, Penn 8

    149: No. 23 Ethan Fernandez def. Jude Swisher 8-7 by decision - Cornell 26, Penn 8

     

    The grind does not stop for Cornell. They will be on the road this weekend facing #7 NC State and #29 Appalachian State.

     

    Drexel 

    The Dragons had a road match against Brown. They gutted out some close wins for a team victory. Both Desmond Pleasant (125 lbs) and Dom Findora (149 lbs) each won in overtime. Jordan Soriano won his fourth match in a row. #31 Cody Walsh shut out his opponent en route to a decision. Ibrahim Ameer (197 lbs) won another close match for the Dragons. Ethan Wilson scored the only bonus point victory for the team at 184 lbs with a major decision. He is now 3-0 in duals this season since making his debut a week ago. 

    Drexel 19 Brown 15

    125: Desmond Pleasant (Drexel) def. Michael Joyce (Brown) SV 8-5

    133: Hunter Adrian (Brown) def. John Hildebrandt (Drexel) Dec. 1-0

    141: Jordan Soriano (Drexel) def. Justin Bierdumpfel (Brown), Dec. 5-1

    149: Dom Findora (Drexel) def. Sam McMonagle (Brown), SV 4-1

    157: Blake Saito (Brown) def. Tyler Williams (Drexel) Fall 3:20 

    165: #31 Cody Walsh (Drexel) def. Keegan Rothrock (Brown), Dec. 4-0

    174: Jonathan Conrad (Brown) def. Jack Janda (Drexel) Dec. 4-1

    184: Ethan Wilson (Drexel) def. Nicholas Olivieri (Brown), MD 14-3

    197: Ibrahim Ameer (Drexel) def. Lear Quinton (Brown), Dec. 2-0

    285: Alex Semenenko (Brown) def. Santino Morina (Drexel) SV 4-1

     

    The Dragons will have two home duals this weekend against LIU and F&M. 

     

    Franklin & Marshall 

    The Dips had a few participants at the Messiah Open. Aidan O’Shea won the 133 lbs bracket wrestling unattached. Bryce Kreshko was 2nd at 149 lbs. Both Jack Parker (125 lbs) and Josh Palmucci (165 lbs) were in third place. Parker was competing unattached. Overall, they saw ten placewinners. The starters were not in action but expect them back this week for duals at Millersville (D2) and Drexel.

     

    Harvard  

     The Crimson were not in action this week. They have a dual this week at Columbia. 

     

    Hofstra 

     The Pride hosted Binghamton to a dual on Friday night. Hofstra came away with two wins and had a handful of close losses. At 149 lbs, Noah Tapia earned his 19th win of the season – which is a team-high. Jurius Clark followed it up with a win of his own – earning his 11th of the season. Clark is tied for the second most wins on the squad. The positive takeaway is that both Tapia and Clark are freshmen. The future has some potential for Hofstra. 

     

    Binghamton 31 Hofstra 6

    125: Carson Wagner (BU) def. Dylan Acevedo-Switzer (Hofstra) DEC 8-2, BU 3 Hofstra 0

    133: No. NR/32 Micah Roes (BU) def. Dylan Ryder (Hofstra) DEC 4-1, BU 6 Hofstra 0

    141: Nate Lucier (BU) def. Alex Turley (Hofstra) DEC 5-2, BU 9 Hofstra 0

    149: Noah Tapia (Hofstra) def. Michael Zarif (BU) DEC 11-6, BU 9 Hofstra 3

    157: Jurius Clark (Hofstra) def. Fin Nadeau) BU DEC 4-1, BU 9 Hofstra 6

    165: No. 20/18 Brevin Cassella (BU) def. Joe McGinty (Hofstra) TF 15-0 5:04, BU 14 Hofstra 6

    174: Dimitri Gamkrelidze (BU) def. Ross McFarland (Hofstra) DEC 7-3, BU 17 Hofstra 6

    184: No. 14/11 Jacob Nolan (BU) def. Ericson Velasquez (Hofstra) TF 15-0 2:22, BU 22 Hofstra 6

    197: No. 9/10 Lou DePrez (BU) def. Gavin Proffitt (Hofstra) TF 19-2 5:06, BU 27 Hofstra 6

    285: No. 16/18 Cory Day (BU) def. No. 21/21 Keaton Kleuver (Hofstra) MD 9-0, BU 31 Hofstra 6

     

    The Pride will have a west coast trip this weekend with duals against CSU Bakersfield and California Baptist – both at California Baptist on Saturday. 

     

    Lehigh #15

    The Mountain Hawks won their sixth straight match, remaining unbeaten in the conference. Luke Stanich used his fifth date in a tech fall win at 125lbs. The next appearance he makes, he will lose his redshirt for the season. In the big upset of the dual, Jake Logan had a quality win at 165 lbs over #12 Mulvaney. At 141 lbs, Malyke Hines won via tech fall over last year’s EIWA runner-up at 149 lbs, Dylan Chappell. Max Brignola also secured a tech fall at 157 lbs. Joining the tech fall party were Michael Beard and Nathan Taylor. Taylor’s came against a ranked opponent in Crosby. Kelvin Griffin secured a decision at 149 lbs. Lehigh was without Ryan Crookham once again. He’s nursing an injury. Expect him to be back before EIWAs.  

    Lehigh 31 Bucknell 11

    125: No. 3 Luke Stanich (LEH) tech fall over Kade Davidheiser (BUC), 17-1 (3:29) (LEH 5-0)

    133: No. 14 Kurt Phipps (BUC) dec. over Sheldon Seymour (LEH), 1-0 (LEH 5-3)

    141: No. 15 Malyke Hines (LEH) tech fall over Dylan Chappell (BUC), 21-6 (7:00) (LEH 10-3)

    149: Kelvin Griffin (LEH) dec. over Riley Bower (BUC), 3-1 (LEH 13-3)

    157: No. 24 Max Brignola (LEH) tech fall over Aiden Davis (BUC), 20-5 (4:47) (LEH 18-3)

    165: Jake Logan (LEH) dec. over No. 12 Noah Mulvaney (BUC), 9-8 (LEH 21-3)

    174: Myles Takats (BUC) tech fall over Connor Herceg (LEH), 18-3 (7:00) (LEH 21-8)

    184: Mikey Bartush (BUC) dec. over Jack Wilt (LEH), 7-1 (LEH 21-11)

    197: No. 4 Michael Beard (LEH) tech fall over Logan Deacetis (BUC), 21-6 (2:40) (LEH 26-11)

    285: No. 9 Nathan Taylor (LEH) tech fall over No. 28 Dorian Crosby (BUC), 17-2 (3:55) (LEH 31-11)

     

    Lehigh’s final home dual will be against Princeton this Saturday.

     

    Long Island 

     The Sharks went 1-1 on the weekend. They beat Bellarmine and lost to VMI. At 125lbs, Robbie Sagaris was 2-0 on the weekend. Rhise Royster went 2-0 as well at 157lbs, both wins by major decision. Anthony D’Alesio has been wrestling great lately. That continued this weekend with two major decision wins at 184lbs. John Dusza also had two major decisions on the weekend at 197lbs. 

     

    LIU 28 Bellarmine 12

    125: Sagaris (LIU) dec. Damion Ryan (BU), 5-2

    133: Trayce Eckman (BU) dec. Kaelen Francois (LIU), 8-4  

    141: Devin Matthews (LIU) dec. AJ Rallo (BU), 9-4

    149: Zac Cowan (BU) pinned Drew Witham (LIU), 6:25

    157: Rhise Royster (LIU) maj. dec. Gray Ortiz (BU), 8-0

    165: Grant O'Dell (BU) dec. James Johnston (LIU), 9-5  

    174: Donavan Smith (LIU) maj. dec. Cole Nance (BU), 12-4

    184: Anthony D'Alesio (LIU) tech fall Sam Schroeder, 22-7, 6:12  

    197: John Dusza (LIU) maj. dec. Justin Hoffer (BU), 14-5  

    285: Aeden Begue (LIU) tech fall Will Muckler (BU), 19-4, 5:39  

     

    VMI 19 LIU 18

    125: Robert Sagaris (LIU) dec. Anthony Burke (VMI), 5-1                                                 

    133: Dyson Dunham (VMI) dec. Kaelan Francois (LIU), 8-3                                              

    141: Patrick Jordon (VMI) dec. Devin Matthews (LIU), 10-8                                              

    149: Ryan Vigil (VMI) dec. Drew Witham (LIU), 5-3                                                           

    157: Rhise Royster (LIU) maj. dec. Josh Yost (VMI), 15-7                                                 

    165: James Johnston (LIU) dec. Luke Hart (VMI), 9-3                                                      

    174: Braxton Lewis (VMI) maj. dec. Donavan Smith (LIU), 11-2                                      

    184: Anthony D`Alesio (LIU) maj. dec. Toby Schoffstall (VMI), 18-8                                

    197: John Dusza (LIU) maj. dec. Josh Evans (VMI), 11-3                                                

    285: Tyler Mousaw (VMI) pinned Aeden Begue (LIU), 2:34        

                                         

    The Sharks will travel to Philadelphia this week for a dual with Drexel on Friday. 

     

    Navy #30 

    The Midshipmen did not compete this week. They will battle (pun intended) Army this weekend in a heated rivalry match.  

     

    Penn #18

    The Quakers took on #8 Cornell for the Ivy League title on the line at home. Penn came away with two victories but lost many close matches. At 174 lbs, #6 Nick Incontrera won by decision over Baker. CJ Composto wrestled to a tech fall win, showing why he claims the 16th ranking nationally. Lucas Revano (157 lbs), Max Hale (184 lbs), Max Gallagher (125 lbs), and Jude Swisher (149 lbs) each lost close matches, within a takedown, to higher-ranked opponents. The match was much closer than the final score indicated. 

     

    Cornell 26 Penn 8 

    157: No. 6 Meyer Shapiro def. No. 23 Lucas Revano 6-3 by decision (Cornell 3, Penn 0)

    165: No. 4 Julian Ramirez def. Kaya Sement 4-0 by decision (Cornell 6, Penn 0)

    174: No. 6 Nick Incontrera def. Benny Baker 9-2 by decision (Cornell 6, Penn 3)

    184: No. 7 Chris Foca def. No. 17 Max Hale 3-0 by decision (Cornell 9, Penn 3)

    197: No. 7 Jacob Cardenas def. No. 24 Cole Urbas 7-0 by decision (Cornell 12, Penn 3) 

    285: No. 17 Lewis Fernandes def. John Stout 15-0 by technical fall (Cornell 17, Penn 3)

    125: No. 14 Brett Ungar def. Max Gallagher 4-2 by decision (Cornell 20, Penn 3) 

    133: No. 2 Vito Arujau def. No. 9 Michael Colaiocco 11-4 by decision (Cornell 23, Penn 3) 

    141: No. 16 CJ Composto def. Mark Botello 15-0 by technical fall - Cornell 23, Penn 8

    149: No. 23 Ethan Fernandez def. Jude Swisher 8-7 by decision - Cornell 26, Penn 8

     

    The Quakers will be on the mat at Princeton on Saturday for the Ivy League runner-up match. 

     

    Princeton 

    The Tigers wrestled two tough opponents in #8 Cornell and Binghamton. The lone winner in the Cornell bout was Mikey Squires at 174 lbs. Against Binghamton, #25 Eligh Rivera won by fall at 149 lbs to get them on the board. Rocco Camillaci kept the momentum going at 157lbs with a win in sudden victory. #22 Nate Duggan ended the night with a win for the Tigers. Blaine Bergey’s tiebreaker loss to #18 Cassella is promising. 

    Cornell 35 Princeton 3 

    133: No. 2 Vito Arujau def. Sean Pierson 19-4 by technical fall (Cornell 5, Princeton 0)

    141: Mark Botello def. Chris Martino 4-2 by decision (Cornell 8, Princeton 0)

    149: No. 23 Ethan Fernandez def. No. 25 Eligh Rivera 11-7 by decision (Cornell 11, Princeton 0)

    157: No. 6 Meyer Shapiro def. Rocco Camillaci 20-5 by technical fall (Cornell 16, Princeton 0) 

    165: No. 4 Julian Ramirez def. Blaine Bergey 15-3 by major decision (Cornell 20, Princeton 0)

    174: Mike Squires def. Evan Canoyer 5-1 by decision (Cornell 20, Princeton 3)

    184: No. 7 Chris Foca def. No. 22 Nathan Duggan 17-4 by major decision (Cornell 24, Princeton 3) 

    197: No. 7 Jacob Cardenas def. No. 12 Luke Stout 4-2 by decision (Cornell 27, Princeton 3)

    285: No. 17 Lewis Fernandes def. No. 30 Matt Cover 8-0 by major decision (Cornell 31, Princeton 3) 

    125: No. 14 Brett Ungar def. Drew Heethuis 10-2 by major decision (Cornell 35, Princeton 3)

    Binghamton 26 Princeton 12

    197: No. 9 Lou DePrez (BING) MD No. 12 Luke Stout (PRIN), 12-2; Binghamton leads 4-0

    285: No. 16 Cory Day (BING) MD No. 27 Matt Cover (PRIN), 11-2; Binghamton leads 8-0

    125: Carson Wagner (BING) DEC Drew Heethuis (PRIN), 8-1; Binghamton leads 11-0

    133: No. 32 Micah Roes (BING) def. Sean Pierson (PRIN) (Injury Default. 4:09); Binghamton leads 17-0

    141: Nate Lucier (BING) DEC Christopher Martino (PRIN), 7-3; Binghamton leads 20-0

    149: No. 25 Eligh Rivera (PRIN) F Michael Zarif (BING), (4:35); Binghamton leads 20-6

    157: Rocco Camillaci (PRIN) DEC Carter Baer (BING), 6-3 SV; Binghamton leads 20-9

    165: No. 18 Brevin Cassella (BING) def. Blaine Bergey (PRIN), TB-2 3-3; Binghamton leads 23-9

    174: Dimitri Gamkrelidze (BING) DEC Luca Pontone (PRIN), 11-8; Binghamton leads 26-9

    184: No. 22 Nate Dugan (PRIN) DEC Will Ebert (BING), 9-3; Binghamton wins 26-12

     

    Princeton will play host to #18 Penn on Saturday afternoon, then travel to #15 Lehigh for a dual that same night. 

     

    Sacred Heart 

    The Pioneers took on Morgan State this weekend. They won 29-17, claiming their second match win in a row – and three of the last four. Andrew Fallon has been winning more than losing all year – he won by tech fall this weekend at 133 lbs. At 141 lbs, Vincent Milazzo earned a tech fall as well. The lone fall came at heavyweight from Brendan Gilchrist. Jake Ice scored a major at 125 lbs. McGee (149 lbs), Perez (184 lbs) and Trovato (197 lbs) each walked away with decisions. 

    Sacred Heart 29 Morgan State 13

    125: Jake Ice (SHU) def. Julian Dawson (MS) by Major Decision, 15-5

    133: Andrew Fallon (SHU) def. Kevin Lopez (MS) by Tech Fall, 21-5 (4:30)

    141: Vincent Milazzo (SHU) def. Tommy Fierro (MS) by Tech Fall, 17-1 (6:06)

    149: Mike McGhee (SHU) def. Aaron Turner (MS) by Decision, 6-2

    157: Joshua Greenwood (MS) def. Connor MacDonald (SHU) by Decision, 10-3

    165: Jake Marsh (MS) def. Calvin Pineda (SHU) by Fall (1:35)

    174: Cortilius Vann (MS) def. Nicky Eboli (SHU) by Major Decision,10-1

    184: Hunter Perez (SHU) def. Kyle Grey (MS) by Decision, 8-7

    197: Jake Trovato (SHU) def. Nathanic Kendricks (MS) by Decision, 6-5

    285: Brendan Gilchrist (SHU) def. Tyler Stewart (MS) by Fall (4:16)

     

    Next on the agenda for SHU is a Tuesday night showdown with LIU on 2/20. 


     

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