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    EIWA Weekly Recap (2/27/2024)

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

    Key Takeaways 

    • Lehigh’s Stanich officially uses 6th date, causing him to forego his redshirt season.
    • Ryan Crookham of Lehigh remains the only undefeated wrestler in the conference at 15-0
    • Jude Swisher of Penn wrestles to 6-0 in two events with all bonus point wins
    • Binghamton’s Lou DePrez (#9) knocks off #7 Cardenas of Cornell 

    American  

    The Eagles were on the road at Columbia and Army. Both wrestlers at the 133 lbs class were undefeated on the weekend. Max Leete had a win over Columbia, while Raymond Lopez had a win over #28 Basile of Army. Jack Maida made a return to the lineup. He had a win over #30 Berginc of Army. American terminated the dual season with an 8-14 record. With a few ranked wrestlers, expect a few Eagles in the mix to qualify for NCAAs. 

     

    Columbia 39 American 3

    125: Nick Babin (CU) pinned #28 Jack Maida (AU), 6:03 (CU 6-0)

    133: Maximilian Leete (AU) dec. Sulayman Bah (CU), 8-6 (CU 6-3)

    141: Kai Owen (CU) tech. fall Cael McIntyre (AU), 17-2 (CU 11-3)

    149: Richard Fedalen (CU) dec. Jack Nies (AU), 5-0 (CU 14-3)

    157: Dom Rossetti (CU) dec. Ethan Szerencsits (AU), 11-9 (CU 17-3)

    165: Kyle Mosher (CU) major dec. Ryan Zimmerman (AU), 12-2 (CU 21-3)

    174: #15 Lennox Wolak (CU) tech. fall Breon Phifer (AU), 17-2 (5:01) (CU 26-3)

    184: #26 Aaron Ayzerov (CU) pinned Brad Kata (AU), 2:34 (CU 32-3)

    197: #27 Jack Wehmeyer (CU) major dec. Liam Volk-Klos (AU), 13-1 (CU 36-3)

    285: Vincent Mueller (CU) dec. #33 Will Jarrell (AU), 9-7 (CU 39-3)

     

    Army 28 American 5

    125: #28 Jack Maida (AU) dec. #30 Ethan Berginc (Army), 4-3 (AU 3-0)

    133: Raymond Lopez (AU) dec. #28 Braden Basile (Army), 5-4 (AU 6-0)

    141: Logan Brown (Army) dec. Cael McIntyre (AU), 8-3 (AU 6-3)

    149: #32 Matt Williams (Army) dec. Jack Nies (AU), 5-1 (Tied 6-6)

    157: #33 Nate Lukez (Army) major dec. Ryan Zimmerman (AU), 16-2 (Army 10-5)

    165: #26 Gunner Filipowicz (Army) major dec. Breon Phifer (AU), 12-3 (Army 14-5)

    174: #14 Ben Pasuik (Army) major dec. Lucas White (AU), 9-0 (Army 18-5)

    184: Dillon Sheehy (Army) major dec. Connor Bourne (AU), 11-2 (Army 22-5)

    197: Wolfgang Frable (Army) dec. Liam Volk-Klos (AU), 8-3 (Army 25-5)

    285: Austin Kohlhofer (Army) dec. #33 Will Jarrell (AU), 4-2 (Army 28-5)
     

    #25 Army

    Army hosted American for the last dual of the year. They were victorious in eight of ten bouts. They dropped the first two matches and rallied off eight straight. At 285lbs, Austin Kohlhofer had a nice win filling in over a 33rd ranked Jarrell. The Black Knights made the national rankings last week for the first time all year. They were 7-4 overall, and 6-1 in EIWA competition.  

    Army 28  American 5

    125: #28 Jack Maida (AU) dec. #30 Ethan Berginc (Army), 4-3 (AU 3-0)

    133: Raymond Lopez (AU) dec. #28 Braden Basile (Army), 5-4 (AU 6-0)

    141: Logan Brown (Army) dec. Cael McIntyre (AU), 8-3 (AU 6-3)

    149: #32 Matt Williams (Army) dec. Jack Nies (AU), 5-1 (Tied 6-6)

    157: #33 Nate Lukez (Army) major dec. Ryan Zimmerman (AU), 16-2 (Army 10-5)

    165: #26 Gunner Filipowicz (Army) major dec. Breon Phifer (AU), 12-3 (Army 14-5)

    174: #14 Ben Pasuik (Army) major dec. Lucas White (AU), 9-0 (Army 18-5)

    184: Dillon Sheehy (Army) major dec. Connor Bourne (AU), 11-2 (Army 22-5)

    197: Wolfgang Frable (Army) dec. Liam Volk-Klos (AU), 8-3 (Army 25-5)

    285: Austin Kohlhofer (Army) dec. #33 Will Jarrell (AU), 4-2 (Army 28-5)
     

    Binghamton 

    The Bearcats took on #8 Cornell on the road for the last dual of the season. Brevin Cassella (#17) had a win at 165lbs. The marquee match-up was at 197 lbs. #9 Lou DePrez won 7-3 over #7 Cardenas in the battle of All-Americans utilizing two takedowns. Micah Roes was at the Patriots Last Chance Open where he went 4-0 to improve his record to 22-9 on the year. The Bearcats were 9-4 on the season and 7-3 in the conference. Expect a handful of wrestlers to be on the podium at EIWAs. 

    #8 Cornell 33 - Binghamton 6

    165: No. 17/18 Brevin Cassella (BU) def. Brody Oleksak (Cornell) DEC 5-2, BU 3 Cornell 0

    174: Benny Baker (Cornell) def. Dimitri Gamkrelidze (BU) DEC 4-1 SV, BU 3 Cornell 3

    184: No. 11/8 Chris Foca (Cornell) def. No. 25/13 Jacob Nolan (BU) DEC 4-2, Cornell 6 BU 3

    197: No. 9/9 Lou DePrez (BU) def. No. 7/7 Jacob Cardenas (Cornell) DEC 7-3, BU 6 Cornell 6

    285: No. 17/17 Lewis Fernandes (Cornell) def. Charlie Tibbitts (BU) FALL 3:55, Cornell 12 BU 6

    125: No. 15/17 Brett Ungar (Cornell) def. Carson Wagner (BU) TF 17-0 6:35, Cornell 17 BU 6

    133: Marcello Milani (Cornell) def. Matt Griffin (BU) TF 17-1 6:59, Cornell 22 BU 6

    141: No. 10/12 Vince Cornella (Cornell) def. Nate Lucier (BU) MD 9-1, Cornell 26 BU 6

    149: No. 28/21 Ethan Fernandez (Cornell) def. Jordan Brown (BU) MD 11-0, Cornell 30 BU 6

    157: Wyatt Yapoujian (Cornell) def. Carter Baer (BU) DEC 1-0, Cornell 33 BU 6

     

    Brown  

    The Bears lost a tight battle with Harvard on Friday. The Bears took care of business on Senior Day against Sacred Heart. Brown won all contested bouts, forcing to give up a forfeit at 141 lbs. Seven of the nine wins were by major decision or better. At 157 lbs, Blake Saito was 2-0 on the weekend. Keegan Rothrock was undefeated as well at 165lbs, including a win over NCAA qualifier Kim of Harvard. The anchor of the lineup, Alex Semenenko, was 2-0 on the weekend. So was Michael Joyce at 125lbs. This was a great way to end the year for Brown. This should be a confidence boost heading into conferences. 

    Harvard 23  Brown 17


    149: Jack Crook (Harvard) def. Sam McMonagle (Brown) TF 20-4
    157: Blake Saito (Brown) def. Jimmy Harrington (Harvard) PIN 4:12
    165: Keegan Rothrock (Brown) def. Joshua Kim (Harvard) DEC 7-3
    174: Philip Conigliaro (Harvard) def. Jonathan Conrad (Brown) MD 10-2
    184: Leo Tarantino (Harvard) def. Colby Isabelle (Brown) DEC 2-1
    197: Alex Whitworth (Harvard) def. Lear Quinton (Brown) DEC 4-1
    285: Alex Semenenko (Brown) def. Jeffrey Crooks (Harvard) MD 12-2
    125: Michael Joyce (Brown) def. Isaiah Adams (Harvard) MD 13-2
    133: Coleman Nogle (Harvard) def. Hunter Adrian (Brown) DEC 5-1
    141: Michael Jaffe (Harvard) def. Ian Oswalt (Brown) TF 17-1

     

    Brown 40 Sacred Heart 6

    149: Sam McMonagle (Brown) def. Mike McGhee (SHU) MD 11-0

    157: Blake Saito (Brown) def. Connor MacDonald (SHU) FALL 2:51

    165: Keegan Rothrock (Brown) def. Calvin Pineda (SHU) TF 15-0 4:56

    174: Dominic Frontino (Brown) def. Owen Ayotte (SHU) MD 10-1

    184: Colby Isabelle (Brown) def. Hunter Perez (SHU) DEC 9-4

    197: Lear Quinton (Brown) def. Jake Trovato (SHU) SV 4-1

    285: Alex Semenenko (Brown) def. Marc Berisha (SHU) FALL 3:35

    125: Michael Joyce (Brown) def. Jake Ice (SHU) MD 12-1

    133: Hunter Adrian (Brown) def. Jake Carlucci (SHU) TF 19-0

    141: Vincent Milazzo (SHU) wins by Forfeit

     

    Bucknell  

    The Bison were on the road finishing the year against Princeton. They split matches 5-5 with the Tigers, but lost on bonus points. Bucknell saw wins from #14 Phipps at 133 lbs, Chappell at 141 lbs, and Mulvaney at 165 lbs. Takats earned a decision at 174 lbs, as did #28 Crosby at heavyweight over #31 Cover. Bucknell finished the season 8-8 overall, and 4-5 in the EIWA. 

     

    Princeton 18  Bucknell 15

    125: Drew Heethuis (PU) fall over Grayson McLellen (BUC), 2:33 (PU 6-0)

    133: No. 14 Kurt Phipps (BUC) dec. over Nick Kayal (PU), 4-3 (PU 6-3)

    141: Dylan Chappell (BUC) dec. over Tyler Vazquez (PU), 5-1 (6-6)

    149: No. 29 Eligh Rivera (PU) dec. over Braden Bower (BUC), 9-5 (PU 9-6)

    157: Rocco Camillaci (PU) dec. over Riley Bower (BUC), 7-3 (PU 12-6)

    165: No. 19 Noah Mulvaney (BUC) dec. over Blaine Bergey (PU), 8-5 (SV-1) (PU 12-9)

    174: Myles Takats (BUC) dec. over Mikey Squires (PU), 7-2 (12-12)

    184: No. 19 Nate Dugan (PU) dec. over Mikey Bartush (BUC), 8-6 (PU 15-12)

    197: Aidan Conner (PU) dec. over Logan Deacetis (BUC), 5-3 (PU 18-12)

    285: No. 28 Dorian Crosby (BUC) dec. over No. 31 Matt Cover (PU), 6-2 (PU 18-15)

     

    Columbia 

     The Lions had one final dual against American on Sunday. They dominated by winning nine duals. Nick Babin used a pin to win over #28 Maida at 125lbs. At 285lbs, Vincent Mueller had a win over #33 Jarrell. Columbia’s unbelievably tough schedule ended with a 5-8 record. They were 4-3 in the conference with losses to Army, Princeton, Penn, and Cornell. Expect a bunch of guys on the podium for Columbia at EIWAs.

     

    Columbia 39 American 3

    125: Nick Babin (CU) pinned #28 Jack Maida (AU), 6:03 (CU 6-0)

    133: Maximilian Leete (AU) dec. Sulayman Bah (CU), 8-6 (CU 6-3)

    141: Kai Owen (CU) tech. fall Cael McIntyre (AU), 17-2 (CU 11-3)

    149: Richard Fedalen (CU) dec. Jack Nies (AU), 5-0 (CU 14-3)

    157: Dom Rossetti (CU) dec. Ethan Szerencsits (AU), 11-9 (CU 17-3)

    165: Kyle Mosher (CU) major dec. Ryan Zimmerman (AU), 12-2 (CU 21-3)

    174: #15 Lennox Wolak (CU) tech. fall Breon Phifer (AU), 17-2 (5:01) (CU 26-3)

    184: #26 Aaron Ayzerov (CU) pinned Brad Kata (AU), 2:34 (CU 32-3)

    197: #27 Jack Wehmeyer (CU) major dec. Liam Volk-Klos (AU), 13-1 (CU 36-3)

    285: Vincent Mueller (CU) dec. #33 Will Jarrell (AU), 9-7 (CU 39-3)


     

    Cornell (#8)

    Cornell hosted Binghamton for Senior Day. Benny Baker had a win in overtime over a tough Gamkrelidze. #10 Vince Cornella was back from injury and earned a major at 141 lbs. At 133 lbs, Marcello Milani had a win. Wyatt Yapoujian earned a win at 157 lbs in his appearance as well. Cornell ended the season on a high note – finishing with a 12-4 record with an 8-1 EIWA conference record. They were dominant in Ivy League competition, winning the Ivy League title once again. 

    #8 Cornell 33 - Binghamton 6

    165: No. 17/18 Brevin Cassella (BU) def. Brody Oleksak (Cornell) DEC 5-2, BU 3 Cornell 0

    174: Benny Baker (Cornell) def. Dimitri Gamkrelidze (BU) DEC 4-1 SV, BU 3 Cornell 3

    184: No. 11/8 Chris Foca (Cornell) def. No. 25/13 Jacob Nolan (BU) DEC 4-2, Cornell 6 BU 3

    197: No. 9/9 Lou DePrez (BU) def. No. 7/7 Jacob Cardenas (Cornell) DEC 7-3, BU 6 Cornell 6

    285: No. 17/17 Lewis Fernandes (Cornell) def. Charlie Tibbitts (BU) FALL 3:55, Cornell 12 BU 6

    125: No. 15/17 Brett Ungar (Cornell) def. Carson Wagner (BU) TF 17-0 6:35, Cornell 17 BU 6

    133: Marcello Milani (Cornell) def. Matt Griffin (BU) TF 17-1 6:59, Cornell 22 BU 6

    141: No. 10/12 Vince Cornella (Cornell) def. Nate Lucier (BU) MD 9-1, Cornell 26 BU 6

    149: No. 28/21 Ethan Fernandez (Cornell) def. Jordan Brown (BU) MD 11-0, Cornell 30 BU 6

    157: Wyatt Yapoujian (Cornell) def. Carter Baer (BU) DEC 1-0, Cornell 33 BU 6
     

    Drexel 

    The Dragons traveled to the University of Maryland on Friday, then hosted Hofstra on Senior Day on Saturday. Drexel managed five wins against Maryland, but fell in the dual because all of Maryland’s wins were bonus point victories. They won eight of ten bouts over a tough Hofstra team, many of them by one score. Tyler Williams was 2-0 at 157 lbs. Dom Findora was 2-0 on the weekend at 149 lbs. At 165 lbs, #33 Cody Walsh was 2-0 on the day as well. At 125 lbs, Desmond Pleasant won both matches this weekend also. Drexel finished the year 8-10 in duals with a 5-4 record inside the conference. Hofstra’s win was a good way to head into the EIWA championships.
     

    Maryland 27 Drexel 15 

    *157: Tyler Williams def. Kevin Schark (UMD), Dec. 5-1; Drexel 3-0

    165: #33 Cody Walsh def. Gaven Bell (UMD), Dec. 4-0; Drexel 6-0

    174: Jack Janda def. Dominic Solis (UMD), SV-1 4-1; Drexel 9-0 

    184: Chase Mielnik (UMD) def. Ethan Wilson, Fall 4:08; Drexel 9-6

    197: Jaxon Smith (UMD) def. Chase Levey, Fall 3:35; UMD 12-9

    285: #27 Seth Nevills (UMD) def. Dom Petracci, TF 18-2 (6:45); UMD 16-9*

    125: Desmond Pleasant def. Tommy Capul (UMD), Dec. 9-3; UMD 16-12

    133: #19 Braxton Brown (UMD) def. John Hildebrandt, Fall 6:29; UMD 22-12

    141: Dario Lemus (UMD) def. Jordan Soriano, TF 23-7 (5:04); UMD 27-12

    149: Dom Findora def. Michael Pizzuto (UMD), Dec. 7-2; UMD 27-15

    *Maryland team point deducted for unsportsmanlike conduct

     

    Drexel 24 Hofstra 9

    141: Jordan Soriano def. Alex Turley (HOF), Dec. 8-4; Drexel 3-0

    149: Dom Findora def. Noah Tapia (HOF), Dec. 5-4; Drexel 6-0

    157: Tyler Williams def. Jurius Clark (HOF), Dec. 5-1; Drexel 9-0

    165: #33 Cody Walsh def. Jake Slotnick (HOF), Dec. 4-0; Drexel 12-0

    174: Ross McFarland (HOF) def. Jack Janda, SV-1 8-1; Drexel 12-3

    184: Justin Griffith def. Will Conlon (HOF), Dec. 8-6; Drexel 15-3

    197: Ibrahim Ameer def. Nikolas Miller (HOF), Dec. 8-6; Drexel 18-3

    285: #18 Keaton Kluever (HOF) def. Santino Morina, Fall 2:56; Drexel 18-9 

    125: Desmond Pleasant def. Dylan Acevedo-Switzer (HOF), Dec. 5-1; Drexel 21-9

    133: John Hildebrandt def. Dylan Ryder (HOF), Dec. 7-5; Drexel wins 24-9

     

    Franklin & Marshall 

    The Diplomats hosted the F&M Scramble. At 125lbs, Eric Howe earned a pin en route to a 1-1 record. At 149 lbs, Josh Hillard had a win over teammate Bryce Kresho. Expect Hillard to be in the bracket at EIWAs. Josh Palmucci was 2-0 at 165 lbs, as was Noah Fox at 174 lbs. At heavyweight, Harrison Shapiro was 1-1 on the day. Not many starters were competing, but this was a good warm up for the guys competing at EIWAs to get some mat time. The Diplomats finished the year 6-3 in duals. They were 2-2 in the conference. 

     

    Harvard  

    The Crimson took on Ivy League opponent Brown. They won six bouts to help propel to victory. They were without Diego Sotelo at 125 lbs. Jack Crook earned a tech fall at 149 lbs, as did Maichel Jaffe at 141 lbs. At 133 lbs, Coleman Nogle had a win over EIWA placer, Adrian. Harvard snapped a five match losing streak. They ended their season 4-6 while going 2-5 in the conference. 

    Harvard 23 Brown 17


    149: Jack Crook (Harvard) def. Sam McMonagle (Brown) TF 20-4
    157: Blake Saito (Brown) def. Jimmy Harrington (Harvard) PIN 4:12
    165: Keegan Rothrock (Brown) def. Joshua Kim (Harvard) DEC 7-3
    174: Philip Conigliaro (Harvard) def. Jonathan Conrad (Brown) MD 10-2
    184: Leo Tarantino (Harvard) def. Colby Isabelle (Brown) DEC 2-1
    197: Alex Whitworth (Harvard) def. Lear Quinton (Brown) DEC 4-1
    285: Alex Semenenko (Brown) def. Jeffrey Crooks (Harvard) MD 12-2
    125: Michael Joyce (Brown) def. Isaiah Adams (Harvard) MD 13-2
    133: Coleman Nogle (Harvard) def. Hunter Adrian (Brown) DEC 5-1
    141: Michael Jaffe (Harvard) def. Ian Oswalt (Brown) TF 17-1

     

    Hofstra 

    The Pride were at Drexel to close out the year. Many close matches did not go their way, making the final score look worse than the dual was. Ross McFarland had an overtime win over Janda at 174 lbs. Keaton Kluever had another win by fall to end the dual season. Pride were 8-6 overall, and 2-2 in the EIWA. This team is solid and has potential to have a few guys qualify for NCAAs. 

    Drexel 24  Hofstra 9

    141: Jordan Soriano def. Alex Turley (HOF), Dec. 8-4; Drexel 3-0

    149: Dom Findora def. Noah Tapia (HOF), Dec. 5-4; Drexel 6-0

    157: Tyler Williams def. Jurius Clark (HOF), Dec. 5-1; Drexel 9-0

    165: #33 Cody Walsh def. Jake Slotnick (HOF), Dec. 4-0; Drexel 12-0

    174: Ross McFarland (HOF) def. Jack Janda, SV-1 8-1; Drexel 12-3

    184: Justin Griffith def. Will Conlon (HOF), Dec. 8-6; Drexel 15-3

    197: Ibrahim Ameer def. Nikolas Miller (HOF), Dec. 8-6; Drexel 18-3

    285: #18 Keaton Kluever (HOF) def. Santino Morina, Fall 2:56; Drexel 18-9 

    125: Desmond Pleasant def. Dylan Acevedo-Switzer (HOF), Dec. 5-1; Drexel 21-9

    133: John Hildebrandt def. Dylan Ryder (HOF), Dec. 7-5; Drexel wins 24-9
     

    Lehigh #15

    The Mountain Hawks took a trip to the west coast to battle #19 Arizona State. They were without Ryan Crookham, but only won three bouts. Jack Wilt had a win at 184 lbs. Michael Beard and Nathan Taylor each ended the dual with wins as usual. Stanich has officially used up his free dates and can no longer redshirt. 

    Ryan Crookham was competing at the F&M Scramble. He had one match and won via tech fall. He now has 15 wins, which will qualify him for an automatic bid for conferences. At 149 lbs, Owen Reinsel and Kelvin Griffin were each competing at the scramble as well. Griffin was 3-0 with two pins and a major. Reinsel was 1-1. This may be the deciding factor as to who will represent Lehigh at EIWAs. The Mountain Hawks finished the season 7-4, but were undefeated in the conference with a 7-0 record. 

     

    #19 Arizona State 24 #15 Lehigh 14 

    125: Richard Figueroa (ASU) dec. Luke Stanich (Lehigh) 5-3

    133: Julian Chlebove (ASU) dec. Sheldon Seymour (Lehigh) 9-2

    141: Jesse Vasquez (ASU) dec. Malyke Hines (Lehigh) 5-2, sv

    149: Kyle Parco (ASU) tech fall Drew Munch (Lehigh) 15-0, 3:14

    157: Jacori Teemer (ASU) dec. Max Brignola (Lehigh) 7-2

    165: Chance McLane (ASU) dec. Jake Logan (Lehigh) 8-1

    174: Cael Valencia (ASU) major dec. Connor Herceg (Lehigh) 8-0

    184: Jack Wilt (Lehigh) dec. Tony Negron (ASU) 10-5

    197: Michael Beard (Lehigh) tech fall Damion Schunke (ASU) 21-6, 2:53

    285: Nathan Taylor (Lehigh) won by forfeit 

     

    Long Island 

    The Sharks completed dual meets last week. They finished the year 8-8 and 3-4 in the conference. 

     

    Navy 

    The Midshipmen have completed dual meets also. They were 8-6 on the year with a 2-3 record in EIWA competition.  

     

    Penn #18

     The Quakers hosted Morgan State during the final dual of the year. They were dominant winning nine bouts by bonus points. On Saturday, both Max Gallagher (125lbs) and Jude Swisher (149lbs) were in the F&M Scramble. They were each 3-0 on the day. Jude Swisher competed on Sunday at the Patriot Last Chance Open at George Mason. During that event, he was 3-0 with all bonus point wins. This made him 6-0 on the weekend. The Quakers went 6-5 on the season, going 4-2 in conference matches. Expect them to compete in the team race at the EIWA Conference Championships. 

     

    #18 Penn 43 Morgan State 4

    125: Max Gallagher (P) def. Julian Dawson (M), 21 –2 TF – Penn leads 5-0

    133: #9 Michael Colaiocco (P) def. Shawn Ryncarz (M), 14–5 MD – Penn leads 9-0

    141: #17 CJ Composto (P) def. Thomas Fierro (M), 18-1 TF – Penn eads 14-0

    149: Hunter Gandy (P) def. Aaron Turner (M), 14-0 MD – Penn leads 18-0

    157: #23 Lucas Revano (P) def. Joshua Greenwood (M), 18-1 TF – Penn leads 23-0

    165: Jacob Marsh (M) def. Cam Connor (P), 8-0 DEC – Penn leads 23-4

    174: #6 Nick Incontrera (P) def. Cortilius Vann (M), 19-2 TF – Penn leads 28-4

    184: #20 Maximus Hale (P) def. Nathanic Kendricks (M), 17-2 TF – Penn leads 33-4

    197: #25 Cole Urbas (P) def. Eric Washington (M), 12-2 MD – Penn leads 37-4

    285: John Stout (P) won by default – Penn wins 43-4

     

    Princeton 

    The Tigers ended the year with a win over Bucknell. They split duals 5-5, but Drew Heethuis’s pin at 125 lbs was the difference in the dual. Aidan Conner’s win at 197 lbs may be considered an upset on paper. Princeton’s season was up and down. They finished the year with a 6-7 record while wrestling to a 3-2 record in the conference. 

    Princeton 18 Bucknell 15

    125: Drew Heethuis (PU) fall over Grayson McLellen (BUC), 2:33 (PU 6-0)

    133: No. 14 Kurt Phipps (BUC) dec. over Nick Kayal (PU), 4-3 (PU 6-3)

    141: Dylan Chappell (BUC) dec. over Tyler Vazquez (PU), 5-1 (6-6)

    149: No. 29 Eligh Rivera (PU) dec. over Braden Bower (BUC), 9-5 (PU 9-6)

    157: Rocco Camillaci (PU) dec. over Riley Bower (BUC), 7-3 (PU 12-6)

    165: No. 19 Noah Mulvaney (BUC) dec. over Blaine Bergey (PU), 8-5 (SV-1) (PU 12-9)

    174: Myles Takats (BUC) dec. over Mikey Squires (PU), 7-2 (12-12)

    184: No. 19 Nate Dugan (PU) dec. over Mikey Bartush (BUC), 8-6 (PU 15-12)

    197: Aidan Conner (PU) dec. over Logan Deacetis (BUC), 5-3 (PU 18-12)

    285: No. 28 Dorian Crosby (BUC) dec. over No. 31 Matt Cover (PU), 6-2 (PU 18-15)
     

    Sacred Heart 

    The Pioneers were victims to Brown this weekend in the final dual. Andrew Fallon was not in the lineup again at 133 lbs. He seems to be the guy leading the charge into EIWAs in a few weeks. Sacred Heart finished the year 3-12 with an extremely tough schedule. 

    Brown 40 Sacred Heart 6

    149: Sam McMonagle (Brown) def. Mike McGhee (SHU) MD 11-0

    157: Blake Saito (Brown) def. Connor MacDonald (SHU) FALL 2:51

    165: Keegan Rothrock (Brown) def. Calvin Pineda (SHU) TF 15-0 4:56

    174: Dominic Frontino (Brown) def. Owen Ayotte (SHU) MD 10-1

    184: Colby Isabelle (Brown) def. Hunter Perez (SHU) DEC 9-4

    197: Lear Quinton (Brown) def. Jake Trovato (SHU) SV 4-1

    285: Alex Semenenko (Brown) def. Marc Berisha (SHU) FALL 3:35

    125: Michael Joyce (Brown) def. Jake Ice (SHU) MD 12-1

    133: Hunter Adrian (Brown) def. Jake Carlucci (SHU) TF 19-0

    141: Vincent Milazzo (SHU) wins by Forfeit

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