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    EIWA Weekly Recap (2/21/2024)

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

    Key Takeaways 

    • Army defeats Navy 18-17 in the Star Match
    • Drexel’s Matt Azevedo earns 100th career win as Head Coach
    • Binghamton’s win over Northwestern is first over Big Ten team since 2017
    • Franklin & Marshall snaps Drexel’s 16-match streak in this series

     

    American  

    The Eagles had senior day hosting Queens and Lindenwood. They were dominant in both wins, even without Jack Maida at 125 lbs. They won seven of ten over Queens and eight of ten over Lindenwood. Ryan Zimmerman was 2-0 on the day with a major at 165 lbs. Liam Volk-Klos was 2-0 with two bonus point wins. #33 Will Jarrell was 2-0 with bonus point wins as well. A majority of the lineup won all matches and secured victories via forfeits. 

    American 34 Queens 14

    125: Daniel Graham (QU) wins by forfeit (Queens 6-0)

    133: Maximilian Leete (AU) tech. fall Griffen Gonzalez (QU), 21-3 (4:37) (Queens 6-5)

    141: Cael McIntyre (AU) major dec. Connor Goodman (QU), 11-3 (AU 9-6)

    149: Jack Nies (AU) pinned Suhaib Hatamleh (QU), 2:10 (AU 15-6)

    157: Ethan Szerencsits (AU) wins by forfeit (AU 21-6)

    165: Ryan Zimmerman (AU) dec. Sebastian Shered (QU), 5-4 (AU 24-6)

    174: Greg Merriman (QU) tech. fall Mervin Mancia (AU), 16-0 (5:37) (AU 24-11)

    184: D'Andree Hunt (QU) dec. Connor Bourne (AU), 4-1 (AU 24-14)

    197: Liam Volk-Klos (AU) major dec. Riley Kuhn (QU), 11-2 (AU 28-14)

    285: #33 Will Jarrell (AU) pinned Mikey Lytle (QU), 2:09 (AU 34-14)

     

    American 44 Lindenwood 9

    125: Austin Kegley (LU) wins by forfeit (Lindenwood 6-0)

    133: Raymond Lopez (AU) pinned Caiden Pelc (LU), 4:06 (Tied 6-6)

    141: Cael McIntyre (AU) wins by forfeit (AU 12-6)

    149: Ethan Szerencsits (AU) pinned Cruz Lara (LU), 3:59 (AU 18-6) 

    157: Jack Nies (AU) wins by forfeit (AU 24-6)

    165: Ryan Zimmerman (AU) major dec. Kaleb Valdez-Lemos (LU), 12-3 (AU 28-6)

    174: Kaden Charboneau (LU) dec. Breon Phifer (AU), 4-3 (AU 28-9)

    184: Connor Bourne (AU) major dec. Luke Shaver (LU), 14-4 (AU 32-9)

    197: Liam Volk-Klos (AU) pinned Ryan Golnick (LU), 1:23 (AU 39-9)

    285: #33 Will Jarrell (AU) def. David Hernandez (LU), 2:45 (AU 44-9)

     

    American’s final dual will be Sunday at Columbia. 

     

    Army

    The Black Knights won over their main rival, Navy. Bonus points proved to be the difference, as they split bouts 5-5. Nate Lukez began the dual with a major decision. At 165 lbs, freshman #23 Gunner Filipowicz had a signature win over #16 Cerniglia. This turned out to be the difference in the dual. At 174 lbs, #15 Pasiuk won over #27 Wask in a battle of ranked wrestlers. Ethan Berginc had a tech fall at 125 lbs. The final win came at 133 lbs, where #31 Braden Basile won over #33 Ferretti in a toss-up bout. Army is now 5-1 in the conference, and 3-0 at home.  

    Army 18 Navy 17

    157: Nate Lukez (Army) 11-1 over Jonathan Ley (Navy), M. Decision (4-0 Army)

    165: Gunner Filipowicz (Army) 5-4 over Andrew Cerniglia (Navy), Decision (7-0 Army)

    174: Ben Pasiuk (Army) 7-3 over Danny Wask (Navy), Decision (10-0 Army)

    184: David Key (Navy) 4-1 over Dillon Sheehy (Army), Decision (10-3 Army)

    197: Cael Crebs (Navy) 7-1 over Wolfgang Frable (Army), Decision (10-6 Army)

    285: Grady Griess (Navy) 7-2 over Lucas Stoddard (Army), Sudden Victory Decision (10-9 Army)

    125: Ethan Berginc (Army) 18-3 over Dayton DelViscio (Navy), Tech. Fall (15-9 Army)

    133: Braden Basile (Army) 5-4 over Brendan Ferretti (Navy), Decision (18-9 Army)

    141: Josh Koderhandt (Navy) 13-3 over Logan Brown (Army), M. Decision (18-13 Army)

    149: Kaemen Smith (Navy) 17-8 over Matthew Williams (Army), M. Decision (18-17 Army) 

     

    The Army Black Knights will have one final dual this weekend hosting American on Sunday.

     

    Binghamton 

    The Bearcats had a “B1G” win over Big Ten opponent, Northwestern. Starting the bout off was Dimitri Gamkrelidze earning a decision over previous NCAA qualifier, Ferrante. The upperweights took care of business, as usual. DePrez won via major. Cory Day did the same thing at heavyweight. At 133 lbs, Micah Roes earned another major for the Bearcats. Following that up was Nate Lucier at 141 lbs earning a decision. With the match on the line, #17 Brevin Cassella sealed the match with a win over #21 Mayfield. Binghamton has won five duals in a row now. 

    Binghamton 21 Northwestern 15

    174: Dimitri Gamkrelidze (BU) def. David Ferrante (Northwestern) DEC 9-4, BU 3 Northwestern 0

    184: Troy Fisher (Northwestern) def. No. 14/11 Jacob Nolan (BU) DEC 7-3, Northwestern 3 BU 3

    197: No. 9/10 Lou DePrez (BU) def. Evan Bates (Northwestern) MD 11-1, BU 7 Northwestern 3

    285: No. 15/18 Cory Day (BU) def. Jack Jessen (Northwestern) MD 9-0, BU 11 Northwestern 3

    125: Massey Odiotti (Northwestern) def. Carson Wagner (BU) DEC 11-5, BU 11 Northwestern 6

    133: No. NR/32 Micah Roes (BU) def. Patrick Adams (Northwestern) MD 9-0, BU 15 Northwestern 6

    141: Nate Lucier (BU) def. Kolby McClain (Northwestern) DEC 9-2, BU 18 Northwestern 6

    149: Aiden Vandenbush (Northwestern) def. Michael Zarif (BU) MD 11-0, BU 18 Northwestern 10

    157: No. 22/21 Trevor Chumbley (Northwestern) def. Carter Baer (BU) TF 19-3 6:19, BU 18 Northwestern 15

    165: No. 19/17 Brevin Cassella (BU) def. No. 15/21 Maxx Mayfield (Northwestern) DEC 5-0, BU 21, Northwestern 15

     

    Binghamton will have one more dual this weekend against Cornell on the road. 

     

    Brown  

    The Bears had away matches at Columbia and Bucknell. They dropped both duals. Hunter Adrian had a decision at 133 lbs over Columbia. Ian Oswalt suffered a close loss to a ranked Owen in that match. Blake Saito was 2-0 on the weekend at 157 lbs. Jonathan Conrad had a win over Bucknell. At 125 lbs, Michael Joyce earned a victory over Bucknell also. 

     

    Columbia 33 Brown 6

    125: Nick Babin (Col.) def. Michael Joyce (Brown) Dec. 13-6

    133: Hunter Adrian (Brown) def. Sulayman Bah (Col.) Dec. 9-3

    141: Kai Owen (Col.) def. Ian Oswalt (Brown), Dec. 8-6

    149: Richard Fedalen (Col.) def. Sam McMonagle (Brown), Dec. 9-5

    157: Blake Saito (Brown) def. Dominic Rossetti (Col.) Dec. 2-0

    165: Kyle Mosher (Col.) def. Keegan Rothrock (Brown) Fall 3:24

    174: Lennox Wolak (Col.) def. Jonathan Conrad (Brown) Fall 2:26

    184: Aaron Ayzeroy (Col.) def. Colby Isabelle (Brown), TF, 19-2

    197: Jack Wehmeyer (Col.) def. Lear Quinton (Brown), MD 18-8

    285: Vincent Mueller (Col.) def. Alex Hamrick (Brown) Dec. 7-2 

     

    Bucknell 30 Brown 12

    125: Michael Joyce (BR) maj. dec. over Kade Davidheiser (BUC), 8-0 (BR 4-0)

    133: No. 14 Kurt Phipps (BUC) dec. over Hunter Adrian (BR), 6-1 (BR 4-3)

    141: Dylan Chappell (BUC) dec. over Ian Oswalt (BR), 7-2 (BUC 6-3)

    149: Braden Bower (BUC) maj. dec. over Sam McMonagle (BR), 9-0 (BUC 10-4)

    157: Blake Saito (BR) maj dec. over Riley Bower (BUC), 8-0 (BUC 10-8)

    165: No. 18 Noah Mulvaney (BUC) dec. over Keegan Rothrock (BR), 9-5 (BUC 13-8)

    174: Jonathan Conrad (BR) maj. dec. over Matt Kidwell (BUC) 11-1 (BUC 13-12)

    184: Mikey Bartush (BUC) fall over Colby Isabelle (BR), 2:27 (BUC 19-12)

    197: Logan Deacetis (BUC) tech fall over Lear Quinton (BR), 17-2 (7:00) (BUC 24-12)

    285: No. 28 Dorian Crosby (BUC) fall over Alex Semenenko (BR), 4:51 (BUC 30-12)

     

    The Bears have two final duals this weekend, hosting Harvard and Sacred Heart.

     

    Bucknell  

    The Bison had a home win over Brown. Kurt Phipps and Dylan Chappell each had decisions. Braden Bower earned a major decision at 149 lbs. Noah Mulvaney wrestled to a decision at 165 lbs. Logan Deacetis won via tech fall at 197 lbs. At 184l bs, Mikey Bartush won by fall, and did #28 Dorian Crosby at heavyweight. 

    Bucknell 30 Brown 12

    125: Michael Joyce (BR) maj. dec. over Kade Davidheiser (BUC), 8-0 (BR 4-0)

    133: No. 14 Kurt Phipps (BUC) dec. over Hunter Adrian (BR), 6-1 (BR 4-3)

    141: Dylan Chappell (BUC) dec. over Ian Oswalt (BR), 7-2 (BUC 6-3)

    149: Braden Bower (BUC) maj. dec. over Sam McMonagle (BR), 9-0 (BUC 10-4)

    157: Blake Saito (BR) maj dec. over Riley Bower (BUC), 8-0 (BUC 10-8)

    165: No. 18 Noah Mulvaney (BUC) dec. over Keegan Rothrock (BR), 9-5 (BUC 13-8)

    174: Jonathan Conrad (BR) maj. dec. over Matt Kidwell (BUC) 11-1 (BUC 13-12)

    184: Mikey Bartush (BUC) fall over Colby Isabelle (BR), 2:27 (BUC 19-12)

    197: Logan Deacetis (BUC) tech fall over Lear Quinton (BR), 17-2 (7:00) (BUC 24-12)

    285: No. 28 Dorian Crosby (BUC) fall over Alex Semenenko (BR), 4:51 (BUC 30-12)

     

    The Bison will have one final dual at Princeton this weekend. 

     

    Columbia 

    The Lions had two Ivy League duals. They had an impressive 29-14 win over Harvard and took eight of ten bouts in a 33-6 win over Brown. Against Harvard, Kyle Mosher had a quality win over Kim, an NCAA qualifier last season. Nick Babin was 2-0 on the weekend at 125 lbs. At 184 lbs, Aaron Ayzerov won twice with two tech falls. Jack Wehmeyer and Vincent Mueller each were 2-0 on the weekend at 197 lbs and heavyweight, respectively. Columbia has now won three matches in a row. 

    Columbia 29 Harvard 14

    125: Nick Babin (COL) def. Isaiah Adams (HAR) |Fall, 2:19

    133: Coleman Nogle (HAR) Sulayman Bah (COL) | TF, 16-1

    141: Michale Jaffe (HAR) def. Lorenzo Frezza (COL) vs. | Dec., 8-1

    149: Jack Crook (HAR) def. Rawson Iwanicki (COL) |MD, 15-6

    157: Jaden Le (COL) def. Jimmy Harrington (HAR) | Dec., 2-1

    165: Kyle Mosher (COL) def. #28 Joshua Kim (HAR) | Fall, 2:38

    174: #5 Phil Congiliaro (HAR) def. #16 Lennox Wolak (COL) |Dec., 7-2

    184: #26 Aaron Ayzerov (COL) def. Luke Rada (HAR) | TF, 17-2

    197: #27 Jack Wehmeyer (COL) def. Alex Whitworth (HAR) | Dec., 4-0

    HWT: Vincent Mueller (COL) def. Jeffrey Crooks (HAR) | Fall, 3:49

     

    Columbia 33 Brown 6

    125: Nick Babin (Col.) def. Michael Joyce (Brown) Dec. 13-6

    133: Hunter Adrian (Brown) def. Sulayman Bah (Col.) Dec. 9-3

    141: Kai Owen (Col.) def. Ian Oswalt (Brown), Dec. 8-6

    149: Richard Fedalen (Col.) def. Sam McMonagle (Brown), Dec. 9-5

    157: Blake Saito (Brown) def. Dominic Rossetti (Col.) Dec. 2-0

    165: Kyle Mosher (Col.) def. Keegan Rothrock (Brown) Fall 3:24

    174: Lennox Wolak (Col.) def. Jonathan Conrad (Brown) Fall 2:26

    184: Aaron Ayzeroy (Col.) def. Colby Isabelle (Brown), TF, 19-2

    197: Jack Wehmeyer (Col.) def. Lear Quinton (Brown), MD 18-8

    285: Vincent Mueller (Col.) def. Alex Hamrick (Brown) Dec. 7-2 

     

    The Lions will host American looking for a fourth straight win. 

     

    Cornell (#8)

     The Big Red dropped a dual to #7 NC State on Friday 24-9. Meyer Shapiro’s win over All-American #14 Scott is another signature win for his resume. He also had a tech fall over a ranked Askey of App State. Benny Baker earned himself a ranked win over NC State’s Faison (#31), then followed it up with a win against App State. Josh Saunders saw mat time at 141 lbs, and almost knocked off #4 Jack of NC State before he had a win on Sunday over Appalachian State. Cornell’s match over App State was a nice bounce-back win. 

    NC State 24 Cornell 9 

    125: No. 23 Jakob Camacho def. No. 15 Brett Ungar 5-1 by decision (NC State 3, Cornell 0)

    133: No. 5 Kai Orine def. Ethan Qureshi 15-0 by technical fall (NC State 8, Cornell 0)

    141: No. 4 Ryan Jack def. Josh Saunders 7-4 by decision (NC State 11, Cornell 0)

    149: No. 4 Jackson Arrington def. No. 20 Ethan Fernandez 12-2 by major decision (NC State 15, Cornell 0) 

    157: No. 7 Meyer Shapiro def. No. 14 Ed Scott 7-2 by decision (NC State 15, Cornell 3)

    165: No. 3 Julian Ramirez def. AJ Kovacs 9-4 by decision (NC State 15, Cornell 6)

    174: Benny Baker def. No. 31 Alex Faison 8-4 by decision (NC State 15, Cornell 9) 

    184: No. 8 Dylan Fishback def. No. 6 Chris Foca 6-4 by decision (NC State 18, Cornell 9) 

    197: No. 2 Trent Hidlay def. No. 7 Jacob Cardenas 8-2 by decision (NC State 21, Cornell 9)

    285: No. 12 Owen Trephan def. No. 16 Lewis Fernandes 1-0 by decision (NC State 24, Cornell 9)

     

    Cornell 36 Appalachian State 6

    125: No. 15 Brett Ungar def. Chad Bellis 15-0 by technical fall in 4:52 (Cornell 5, App. State 0)

    133: No. 27 Ethan Oakley def. Ethan Qureshi 10-4 by decision (Cornell 5, App. State 3) 

    141: Josh Saunders def. Ike Byers 5-3 by decision (Cornell 8, App. State 3) 

    149: No. 20 Ethan Fernandez def. Jeremiah Price 11-5 by decision (Cornell 11, App. State 3) 

    157: No. 7 Meyer Shapiro def. No. 19 Tommy Askey 20-4 by technical fall in 5:53 (Cornell 16, App. State 3)

    165: No. 25 Will Miller def. Brody Oleksak 11-5 by decision (Cornell 16, App. State 6)

    174: Benny Baker def. Luke Uliano 13-7 by decision (Cornll 19, App. State 6) 

    184: No. 6 Chris Foca def. Thomas Brooker by fall in 1:07 (Cornell 25, App State 6)

    197: No. 7 Jacob Cardenas def. Carson Floyd 15-0 by technical fall in 2:30 (Cornell 30, App State 6)

    285: Ashton Davis won by forfeit (Cornell 36, App. State 6)

     

    Drexel 

     The Dragons hosted both LIU and Franklin & Marshall this weekend. They were 1-1 on the weekend, snapping a five-match winning streak. Against LIU, they lost one bout the entire night in dominant fashion. Against F&M, they won five matches, but lost out on the battle for bonus points. Gabe Giampietro saw action at 125 lbs, winning my major. Dom Finadora and Tyler Williams each had close wins. Cody Walsh and Santino Marina each earned decisions as well. 

    Drexel 34 LIU 4

    165: #30 Cody Walsh def. Donovan Smith (LIU), Dec. 11-5; Drexel 3-0 

    174: Jack Janda def. James Johnston (LIU), MD 9-0; Drexel 7-0

    184: Anthony D'Alesio (LIU) def. Ethan Wilson, MD 17-6; Drexel 7-4 

    197: Ibrahim Ameer def. John Dusza (LIU), Dec. 12-8; Drexel 10-4 

    285: Santino Morina def. Aeden Begue (LIU), Dec. 4-1; Drexel 13-4 

    125: Desmond Pleasant def. Robbie Sagaris (LIU), Fall 3:47; Drexel 19-4

    133: John Hildebrandt def. Kaelen Francois (LIU), MD 13-2; Drexel 23-4

    141: Jordan Soriano def. Bo DiJulius (LIU), TF 23-6 (6:31); Drexel 28-4

    149: Dom Findora def. Drew Witham (LIU), Dec. 11-6; Drexel 31-4

    157: Tyler Williams def. Rhise Royster (LIU), Dec. 7-1; Drexel 34-4

     

    Franklin & Marshall 22 Drexel 16

    125: Gabe Giampietro def. Eric Howe (F&M), MD 10-1; Drexel 4-0

    133: #28 Mason Leiphart (F&M) def. Jaxon Maroney, Dec. 8-1; Drexel 4-3

    141: Pat Phillips (F&M) def. Jordan Soriano, Fall 2:24; F&M 9-4

    149: Dom Findora def. Bryce Kresho (F&M), Dec. 4-1; F&M 9-7

    157: Tyler Williams def. Dominic Wheatley (F&M), SV 4-1; Drexel 10-9

    165: #33 Cody Walsh def. Josh Palmucci (F&M), Dec. 5-1; Drexel 13-9

    174: Noah Fox (F&M) def. Jack Janda, SV 4-1; Drexel 13-12

    184: #19 James Conway (F&M) def. Justin Griffith, MD 12-2; F&M 16-13

    197: #29 John Crawford (F&M) def. Ibrahim Ameer, Fall 6:56; F&M 22-13

    285: Santino Morina def. Harrison Shapiro (F&M), 2-0; F&M 22-16

     

    The Dragons will wrestle at Maryland this weekend, then host Hofstra in their final dual meets. 

     

    Franklin & Marshall 

    The Diplomats competed against local rival Millersville (D2) for the Rupp Cupp. They dominated this dual winning eight matches. On Saturday, they traveled to Drexel for an EIWA dual and came away with a win thanks to bonus points. Pat Phillips and John Crawford each earned falls against Drexel. James Conway walked away with a major while Mason Leiphart and Noah Fox each had decisions. This is a great win for the team, and people are taking notice of the direction of the program. It was the first time since 1988 that F&M beat the Dragons, snapping a 16-match losing streak against Drexel.

    Franklin & Marshall 38 Millersville 7

    125: Bryce Beatty (Millersville) maj. Eric Howe (F&M); 13-5 (MU 4-0)

    133: #30 Mason Leiphart (F&M) TF Dominic Flatt (Millersville); 1:13 (15-0) (F&M 5-3)

    141: Pat Phillips (F&M) TF Aidan Micheli (Millersville); 3:00 (17-1) (F&M 10-4)

    149: Josh Hillard (F&M) dec. #8 Craig Cook (Millersville); 11-4 (F&M 13-4)

    157: Dominic Wheatley (F&M) maj. Eli Tuckey (Millersville); 12-0 (F&M 17-4)

    165: Jonathan Parrilla (Millersville) dec. Josh Palmucci (F&M); 5-4 (17-7)

    174: Noah Fox (F&M) TF #6 Brandon Connor (Millersville); 5:57 (17-1) (F&M 22-7)

    184: #20 James Conway (F&M) TF #8 Anthony Giampietro (Millersville); 5:17 (27-7) (F&M 27-7)

    197: #31 John Crawford (F&M) WBF Bruce Vaughan (Millersville); 4:46 (F&M 33-7)

    285: Harrison Shapiro (F&M) TF Avery Kuhns (Millersville); 5:21 (15-0)

     

    Franklin & Marshall 22 Drexel 16

    125: Gabe Giampietro def. Eric Howe (F&M), MD 10-1; Drexel 4-0

    133: #28 Mason Leiphart (F&M) def. Jaxon Maroney, Dec. 8-1; Drexel 4-3

    141: Pat Phillips (F&M) def. Jordan Soriano, Fall 2:24; F&M 9-4

    149: Dom Findora def. Bryce Kresho (F&M), Dec. 4-1; F&M 9-7

    157: Tyler Williams def. Dominic Wheatley (F&M), SV 4-1; Drexel 10-9

    165: #33 Cody Walsh def. Josh Palmucci (F&M), Dec. 5-1; Drexel 13-9

    174: Noah Fox (F&M) def. Jack Janda, SV 4-1; Drexel 13-12

    184: #19 James Conway (F&M) def. Justin Griffith, MD 12-2; F&M 16-13

    197: #29 John Crawford (F&M) def. Ibrahim Ameer, Fall 6:56; F&M 22-13

    285: Santino Morina def. Harrison Shapiro (F&M), 2-0; F&M 22-16

     

    The Diplomats are done with duals this year. They will host the F&M scramble on Saturday.

     

    Harvard  

     The Crimson were on the road this weekend at Columbia. They lost the dual but earned four wins in the process. Coleman Nogle had a tech fall at 133 lbs. Michael Jaffe followed it up with a win via decision. At 149 lbs, Jack Crook continued the run with a major decision. In the premiere matchup of the day, #5 Phil Conigliaro earned a win over #16 Wolak. Harvard’s 125 lbs starter Diego Sotelo did not wrestle. 

    Columbia 29 Harvard 14

    125: Nick Babin (COL) def. Isaiah Adams (HAR) |Fall, 2:19

    133: Coleman Nogle (HAR) Sulayman Bah (COL) | TF, 16-1

    141: Michale Jaffe (HAR) def. Lorenzo Frezza (COL) vs. | Dec., 8-1

    149: Jack Crook (HAR) def. Rawson Iwanicki (COL) |MD, 15-6

    157: Jaden Le (COL) def. Jimmy Harrington (HAR) | Dec., 2-1

    165: Kyle Mosher (COL) def. #28 Joshua Kim (HAR) | Fall, 2:38

    174: #5 Phil Congiliaro (HAR) def. #16 Lennox Wolak (COL) |Dec., 7-2

    184: #26 Aaron Ayzerov (COL) def. Luke Rada (HAR) | TF, 17-2

    197: #27 Jack Wehmeyer (COL) def. Alex Whitworth (HAR) | Dec., 4-0

    HWT: Vincent Mueller (COL) def. Jeffrey Crooks (HAR) | Fall, 3:49

     

    Harvard has one dual this week at Brown. This will conclude the dual meet season for them. 

     

    Hofstra 

    The Pride had a West Coast trip to battle CSU Bakersfield and California Baptist. They split matches. At 133 lbs, Dylan Ryder was 2-0 on the weekend earning one tech fall. Nikolas Miller had a pin and a major on the weekend. The other wrestler to go 2-0 was Ross McFarland at 174 lbs. He had one tech fall and one decision. Keaton Kluever was 1-0 on the weekend before an injury kept him out of the second match. It was good to see Turley, Tapia, and Clark all earn one win in the middle of the lineup. 

    Hofstra 29 CSU Bakersfield 9     

    125: Richard Castro-Sandoval (CSU Bakersfield) dec. Dylan Acevedo-Switzer (Hofstra), 6-1, (0-3)

    133: Dylan Ryder (Hofstra) tech fall Santino Sanchez (CSU Bakersfield), 16-0 (4:26), (5-3)

    141: Alex Turley (Hofstra) major dec. Hayden Zinkin (CSU Bakersfield), 8-0, (9-3)

    149: Noah Tapia (Hofstra) dec. Brock Rogers (CSU Bakersfield), 6-2, (12-3)

    157: Jurius Clark (Hofstra) dec. Devyn Flores-Che (CSU Bakersfield), 8-3, (15-3)

    165: Guillermo Escobedo (CSU Bakersfield) dec. Jake Slotnick (Hofstra), 10-4, (15-6)

    174: Ross McFarland (Hofstra) tech fall Chris Neal (CSU Bakersfield), 18-2 (6:15), (20-6)

    184: Braden Smelser (CSU Bakersfield) dec. Joe McGinty (Hofstra), 4-1, (20-9)

    197: Nikolas Miller (Hofstra) wbf. Ryan Arrington (CSU Bakersfield), 2:57, (26-9)

    285: #21 Keaton Kluever (Hofstra) dec. Jake Andrews (CSU Bakersfield), 4-2, (29-9)

     

    California Baptist 29 Hofstra 10

    125: #28 Eli Griffin (California Baptist) tech fall Dylan Acevedo-Switzer (Hofstra), 18-2 (6:39), (5-0)

    133: Dylan Ryder (Hofstra) dec. Hunter Leake (California Baptist), 4-0, (5-3)

    141: Darren Green (California Baptist) dec. Alex Turley (Hofstra), 8-2, (8-3)

    149: Dayne Morton (California Baptist) dec. Noah Tapia (Hofstra), 4-2, (11-3)

    157: Drayden Morton (California Baptist) dec. Jurius Clark (Hofstra), 7-1 (14-3)

    165: Mateo De La Pena (California Baptist) dec. Eric Shindel (Hofstra), 12-6 (17-3)

    174: Ross McFarland (Hofstra) dec. Justin Phillips (California Baptist), 7-1 (17-6)

    184: Nathan Haas (California Baptist) wbf. Joe McGinty (Hofstra), 5:46 (23-6)

    197: Nikolas Miller (Hofstra) major dec. Eli Sheeren (California Baptist), 14-5, (23-10)

    285: Chris Island (California Baptist) wins by forfeit

     

    Hofstra’s final dual meet of the season will be at Drexel on Saturday.

     

    Lehigh #15

    The Mountain Hawks won in dominant fashion over Princeton without Stanich and Crookham in the lineup. Owen Reinsel had a win over #24 Rivera via decision. At 165 lbs, Luca Frinzi earned a win on senior night of a tough Bergey. Hines, Brignola, Beard, and Taylor all won comfortably. At 174 lbs, Connor Herceg had a decision victory as well. Lehigh ended the year undefeated in the conference with a 7-0 record. They will carry a seven match win streak into next week’s final dual.

    #15 Lehigh 31 Princeton 6

    125: Sheldon Seymour (Lehigh) won by forfeit

    133: Nick Kayal (Princeton) dec. Ethan Smith (Lehigh) 7-3

    141: Malyke Hines (Lehigh) major dec. Tyler Vazquez (Princeton) 18-5

    149: Owen Reinsel (Lehigh) dec. Eligh Rivera (Princeton) 11-9

    157: Max Brignola (Lehigh) dec. Rocco Camillaci (Princeton) 11-4

    165: Luca Frinzi (Lehigh) dec. Blaine Bergey (Princeton) 1-0

    174: Connor Herceg (Lehigh) dec. Mikey Squires (Princeton) 9-4

    184: Nate Dugan (Princeton) dec. Jack Wilt (Lehigh) 4-2

    197: Michael Beard (Lehigh) tech fall Anthony Moscatello (Princeton) 19-4, 3:33

    285: Nathan Taylor (Lehigh) major dec. Matt Cover (Princeton) 15-4

     

    The Mountain Hawks will travel to Arizona State for the final dual of the season. 

     

    Long Island 

    The Sharks competed at Drexel during their Spirit Night, which is a tough environment to compete in. The lone winner was Anthony D’Alesio earning a major decision. They also competed against Sacred Heart on Tuesday. This was the second time squaring off against them this season. They won nine of ten bouts. Last time they faced off, the score was 28-10. LIU is widening the gap. 

    Drexel 34 LIU 4

    165: #30 Cody Walsh def. Donovan Smith (LIU), Dec. 11-5; Drexel 3-0 

    174: Jack Janda def. James Johnston (LIU), MD 9-0; Drexel 7-0

    184: Anthony D'Alesio (LIU) def. Ethan Wilson, MD 17-6; Drexel 7-4 

    197: Ibrahim Ameer def. John Dusza (LIU), Dec. 12-8; Drexel 10-4 

    285: Santino Morina def. Aeden Begue (LIU), Dec. 4-1; Drexel 13-4 

    125: Desmond Pleasant def. Robbie Sagaris (LIU), Fall 3:47; Drexel 19-4

    133: John Hildebrandt def. Kaelen Francois (LIU), MD 13-2; Drexel 23-4

    141: Jordan Soriano def. Bo DiJulius (LIU), TF 23-6 (6:31); Drexel 28-4

    149: Dom Findora def. Drew Witham (LIU), Dec. 11-6; Drexel 31-4

    157: Tyler Williams def. Rhise Royster (LIU), Dec. 7-1; Drexel 34-4

     

    LIU 41 Sacred Heart 3

    125: Robbie Sagaris (LIU) wins by forfeit

    133: Andrew Fallon (SHU) wins by major decision 18-5 over Kaelen Francois (LIU)

    141: Devin Matthews (LIU) wins by decision 5-2 over Vinny Milazzo (SHU)

    149: Drew Witham (LIU) wins by decision 2-1 over Mike McGhee (SHU)*

    157: Rhise Royster (LIU) wins by technical fall 19-3 over Connor MacDonald (SHU)

    165: James Johnston (LIU) wins by fall over Calvin Pineda (SHU)

    174: Corey Connolly (LIU) wins by fall over Owen Ayotte (SHU)

    184: Anthony D’Alesio (LIU) wins by decision 10-4 over Hunter Perez (SHU)

    197: John Dusza (LIU) wins by fall over Jake Trovato (SHU)

    285: Aeden Begue (LIU) wins by SV-1 8-5 over Marc Berisha (SHU)

     

    LIU is done with dual meets this season. They will be back on the mat for EIWAs in March.

     

    Navy #30 

    Navy’s final bout of the season was the Star Match against Army. It came down to the wire, but they fell 18-17. David Key and Cael Crebs had the first wins of the dual for Navy at 184 lbs and 197 lbs, respectively. At heavyweight, Grady Griess had an overtime win over #27 Stoddard. Ending the dual with wins were Josh Koderhandt at 141 lbs and Kaemen Smith at 149 lbs. Smith almost had the fall, which would have given Navy the win. 

    Army 18 Navy 17

    157: Nate Lukez (Army) 11-1 over Jonathan Ley (Navy), M. Decision (4-0 Army)

    165: Gunner Filipowicz (Army) 5-4 over Andrew Cerniglia (Navy), Decision (7-0 Army)

    174: Ben Pasiuk (Army) 7-3 over Danny Wask (Navy), Decision (10-0 Army)

    184: David Key (Navy) 4-1 over Dillon Sheehy (Army), Decision (10-3 Army)

    197: Cael Crebs (Navy) 7-1 over Wolfgang Frable (Army), Decision (10-6 Army)

    285: Grady Griess (Navy) 7-2 over Lucas Stoddard (Army), Sudden Victory Decision (10-9 Army)

    125: Ethan Berginc (Army) 18-3 over Dayton DelViscio (Navy), Tech. Fall (15-9 Army)

    133: Braden Basile (Army) 5-4 over Brendan Ferretti (Navy), Decision (18-9 Army)

    141: Josh Koderhandt (Navy) 13-3 over Logan Brown (Army), M. Decision (18-13 Army)

    149: Kaemen Smith (Navy) 17-8 over Matthew Williams (Army), M. Decision (18-17 Army) 

     

    This was Navy’s final competition until EIWAs in March. They finished the season 8-6 overall, and 2-3 in the EIWA. They were ranked inside the top 20 at one point before cooling off in the second half of the year. Expect them to bounce back for conferences early next month. 

     

    Penn #18

    The Quakers had an Ivy League battle with Princeton. Ryan Miller saw action at 133 lbs, earning a major decision. Jude Swisher had a ranked win over #24 Rivera by major decision. Martin Cosgrove was in at 197 lbs, earning a tech fall. Both CJ Composto and Kaya Sement won via decision. #23 Lucas Revano won by major at 157 lbs while #6 Incontrera won by tech fall. 

     

    #18 Penn 34 Princeton 8

    125: Max Gallagher (PENN) def. (PRIN), FOR – Penn leads 6-0

    133: Ryan Miller (PENN) def. Nicholas Kayal (PRIN), 18-8 MD – Penn leads 10-0

    141: #17 CJ Composto (PENN) def. Tyler Vazquez (PRIN), 9-3 DEC – Penn leads 13-0

    149: #33 Jude Swisher (PENN) def. #24 Eligh Rivera (PRIN), 14-1 MD – Penn leads 17-0

    157: #23 Lucas Revano (PENN) def. Rocco Camillaci (PRIN), 11-3 MD – Penn leads 21-0

    165: Kaya Sement (PENN) def. Blaine Bergey (PRIN), 2-0 DEC – Penn leads 24-0

    174: #6 Nick Incontrera (PENN) def. Luca Pontone (PRIN), 19-4 TF – Penn leads 29-0

    184: Nate Dugan (PRIN) def. #17 Maximus Hale (PENN), 4-1 DEC, SV – Penn leads 29-3

    197: Martin Cosgrove (PENN) def. Anthony Moscatello (PRIN), 17-2 TF – Penn leads 34-3

    285: Matthew Cover (PRIN) def. John Stout (PENN), 16-1 TF – Penn wins 34-8

     

    The Quakers will take on Morgan State at home on Friday in the final dual of their season. 

     

    Princeton 

    The Tigers hosted a tough 18th-ranked Penn squad. They came away with two wins while resting a few starters. Nate Dugan had the marquee win at 184 lbs over #17 Hale in sudden victory. At 285 lbs, #31 Matt Cover won by tech fall in the final bout. Princeton was forced to forfeit at 125 lbs and #12 Stout was not wrestling. 

    #18 Penn 34 Princeton 8

    125: Max Gallagher (PENN) def. (PRIN), FOR – Penn leads 6-0

    133: Ryan Miller (PENN) def. Nicholas Kayal (PRIN), 18-8 MD – Penn leads 10-0

    141: #17 CJ Composto (PENN) def. Tyler Vazquez (PRIN), 9-3 DEC – Penn leads 13-0

    149: #33 Jude Swisher (PENN) def. #24 Eligh Rivera (PRIN), 14-1 MD – Penn leads 17-0

    157: #23 Lucas Revano (PENN) def. Rocco Camillaci (PRIN), 11-3 MD – Penn leads 21-0

    165: Kaya Sement (PENN) def. Blaine Bergey (PRIN), 2-0 DEC – Penn leads 24-0

    174: #6 Nick Incontrera (PENN) def. Luca Pontone (PRIN), 19-4 TF – Penn leads 29-0

    184: Nate Dugan (PRIN) def. #17 Maximus Hale (PENN), 4-1 DEC, SV – Penn leads 29-3

    197: Martin Cosgrove (PENN) def. Anthony Moscatello (PRIN), 17-2 TF – Penn leads 34-3

    285: Matthew Cover (PRIN) def. John Stout (PENN), 16-1 TF – Penn wins 34-8

    The Tigers’ final dual will be Friday against Bucknell. 

     

    Sacred Heart 

    Sacred Heart hosted the Sharks of LIU on Tuesday night. This was the second meeting between them this season. The lone victor was Andrew Fallon at 133lbs. He has now won six of his seven bouts in the second semester. Half of his wins have been by bonus points. 

    LIU 41 Sacred Heart 3

    125: Robbie Sagaris (LIU) wins by forfeit

    133: Andrew Fallon (SHU) wins by major decision 18-5 over Kaelen Francois (LIU)

    141: Devin Matthews (LIU) wins by decision 5-2 over Vinny Milazzo (SHU)

    149: Drew Witham (LIU) wins by decision 2-1 over Mike McGhee (SHU)*

    157: Rhise Royster (LIU) wins by technical fall 19-3 over Connor MacDonald (SHU)

    165: James Johnston (LIU) wins by fall over Calvin Pineda (SHU)

    174: Corey Connolly (LIU) wins by fall over Owen Ayotte (SHU)

    184: Anthony D’Alesio (LIU) wins by decision 10-4 over Hunter Perez (SHU)

    197: John Dusza (LIU) wins by fall over Jake Trovato (SHU)

    285: Aeden Begue (LIU) wins by SV-1 8-5 over Marc Berisha (SHU)

    The Pioneers have one final dual with Brown this weekend to end the dual meet season.

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