Other results 12/10-12

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Brown 20 Hofstra 15

125 - Hunter Adrian (Brown) dec Jacob Moon (Hofstra) 5-2
133 - Nicky Cabanillas (Brown) maj Dylan Acevedo (Hofstra) 9-1
141 - Justin Hoyle (Hofstra) dec Timothy Levine (Brown) 11-4
149 - Blake Saito (Brown) maj Michael Leandrou (Hofstra) 12-1
157 - Jack Bokina (Brown) dec Joe McGinty (Hofstra) 14-9
165 - Harrison Trahan (Brown) dec Ricky Stamm (Hofstra) 11-5
174 - AJ Pedro (Brown) dec Ross McFarland (Hofstra) 5-2
184 - Charles Small (Hofstra) dec James Araneo (Brown) 5-2
197 - Trey Rogers (Hofstra) tech Cade Wilson (Brown) 25-10
285 - Zachary Knighton-Ward (Hofstra) maj Lear Quinton (Brown) 13-5

Friday's Dual Results

North Dakota State 34 Edinboro 9


125 - Logan Jaquay (Edinboro) FFT
133 - Kellyn March (North Dakota State) fall Clayton Bashor (Edinboro) :12
141 - Dylan Droegemueller (North Dakota State) dec Gabe Willochell (Edinboro) 8-5
149 - Gaven Sax (North Dakota State) maj Ryan Burgos (Edinboro) 13-5
157 - Jared Franek (North Dakota State) tech Alex Garee (Edinboro) 15-0
165 - Luke Weber (North Dakota State) fall Dylan Kohn (Edinboro) 1:03
174 - Austin Brenner (North Dakota State) maj Joey Arnold (Edinboro) 9-1
184 - Ethan Ducca (Edinboro) dec DJ Parker (North Dakota State) 3-2
197 - Owen Pentz (North Dakota State) dec Cody Mulligan (Edinboro) 8-3
285 - Brandon Metz (North Dakota State) dec Max Millin (Edinboro) 6-1

North Dakota State 27 Binghamton 12

125 - Micah Roes (Binghamton) dec Ryan Henningson (North Dakota State) 6-3
133 - Kellyn March (North Dakota State) fall Anthony Sobotker (Binghamton) 1:12
141 - Dylan Droegemueller (North Dakota State) dec Michael Zarif (Binghamton) 4-3
149 - Nick Lombard (Binghamton) dec Gaven Sax (North Dakota State) 9-2
157 - Jared Franek (North Dakota State) maj Logan Gumble (Binghamton) 14-0
165 - Luke Weber (North Dakota State) fall Brevin Cassella (Binghamton) 6:42
174 - Austin Brenner (North Dakota State) dec Jacob Nolan (Binghamton) 3-1
184 - DJ Parker (North Dakota State) tech Sam DePrez (Binghamton) 17-2
197 - Louie DePrez (Binghamton) dec Owen Pentz (North Dakota State) 8-5
285 - Joe Doyle (Binghamton) dec Brandon Metz (North Dakota State) 8-4

Binghamton 29 Edinboro 12

125 - Logan Jaquay (Edinboro) maj Nick Curley (Binghamton) 10-1
133 - Anthony Sobotker (Binghamton) fall Clayton Bashor (Edinboro) 2:29
141 - Gabe Willochell (Edinboro) tech Michael Zarif (Binghamton) 15-0
149 - Nick Lombard (Binghamton) maj Ryan Burgos (Edinboro) 12-4
157 - Logan Gumble (Binghamton) dec PJ Gohn (Edinboro) 4-2
165 - Brevin Cassella (Binghamton) dec Dylan Kohn (Edinboro) 11-4
174 - Jacob Nolan (Binghamton) dec Joey Arnold (Edinboro) 4-0
184 - Ethan Ducca (Edinboro) dec Sam DePrez (Binghamton) 3-2
197 - Louie DePrez (Binghamton) InjDef Cody Mulligan (Edinboro)
285 - Joe Doyle (Binghamton) maj Max Millin (Edinboro) 9-0

Franklin & Marshall 48 Ursinus 4

125 - Franco Mazza (Ursinus) maj Eli Wallace (F&M) 12-4
133 - Pat Phillips (F&M) fall Jagger Clapsadle (Ursinus) 1:59
141 - Wil Gil (F&M) fall Scott Weinkowitz (Ursinus) 1:31
149 - Cristiaan Dailey (F&M) FFT
157 - Chase McCollum (F&M) tech Stone Franczyk (Ursinus) 17-2
165 - Crew Fullerton (F&M) tech Jonathan Gherman (Ursinus) 16-0
174 - John Crawford (F&M) maj Jackson Brandt (Ursinus) 10-1
184 - James Conway (F&M) fall Connor Fritsch (Ursinus) 1:48
197 - Mike Wazen (F&M) FFT
285 - Cenzo Pelusi (F&M) maj Jake Ahmed (Ursinus) 14-3

Rutgers 26 Army West Point 9

125 - Dylan Shawver (Rutgers) dec Ryan Chauvin (Army West Point) 8-6
133 - Sammy Alvarez (Rutgers) maj Dominic Carone (Army West Point) 17-4
141 - Sebastian Rivera (Rutgers) tech Corey Shie (Army West Point) 17-1
149 - Mike Van Brill (Rutgers) dec Zach Keal (Army West Point) 8-3
157 - Markus Hartman (Army West Point) dec Robert Kanniard (Rutgers) 6-1
165 - Dalton Harkins (Army West Point) dec Andrew Clark (Rutgers) 4-2
174 - Clayton Fielden (Army West Point) dec Connor O'Neill (Rutgers) 5-3
184 - John Poznanski (Rutgers) maj Brad Laughlin (Army West Point) 13-4
197 - Greg Bulsak (Rutgers) maj JT Brown (Army West Point) 17-4
285 - Boone McDermott (Rutgers) dec Ben Sullivan (Army West Point) 3-1SV

West Virginia 40 Glenville State 3

125 - Colton Drousias (West Virginia) maj Kevin Meloni (Glenville State) 13-2
133 - Michael Dolan (West Virginia) tech Devin Easton (Glenville State) 20-5
141 - Caleb Rea (West Virginia) dec Ethan Hardy (Glenville State) 6-4
149 - Jeffrey Boyd (West Virginia) dec Gavin Quiocho (Glenville State) 9-5
157 - Alex Hornfeck (West Virginia) FFT
165 - Peyton Hall (West Virginia) fall Hunter Jones (Glenville State) 2:13
174 - Scott Joll (West Virginia) dec Hunter DeLong (Glenville State) 10-4
184 - Anthony Carman (West Virginia) fall Cole Houser (Glenville State) 1:44
197 - Jordan Williams (Glenville State) dec Jace Bradbury (West Virginia) 8-5
285 - Michael Wolfgram (West Virginia) maj Gavin Shamblin (Glenville State) 13-3
 

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BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. – Ending the match with a heavyweight pin by redshirt senior Brad Wilton, the Michigan State wrestling team took home a 29-12 victory over Gardner-Webb on Saturday night, scoring bonus points in all six of its winning bouts at Paul Porter Arena.

With the win, the Spartans improved to 3-0 in duals this season, while the Runnin' Bulldogs moved to 1-3 overall in dual matches.

In the first bout of the night, graduate student Julian Saldana had a late lead before Aedyn Concepcion rallied to get the 7-4 winning decision at 125, but redshirt senior Rayvon Foley countered with his first major decision in dual action this season, 13-5, over the 133-pound Todd Carter from Gardner-Webb.

Graduate student Matt Santos also took a lead into the third period of his 141 bout, but was defeated in a 5-4 decision against Trevon Majette. Picking up his first dual win of the season, 149-pound redshirt sophomore Peyton Omania claimed the victory via injury default over Brandon Bright, while sophomore Chase Saldate followed with a 13-0 major decision in the 157 battle with Taylor Parks.

Gardner Webb cut the MSU lead in the 165 and 174 bouts, as R.J. Mosley's early lead helped him hold off sophomore Caleb Fish in a 11-9 decision, and GWU 174-pounder Evan Schenk added a 5-3 decision over redshirt junior Nathan Jimenez to trim it to 14-12 Spartans in the team scoring.

The Spartans responded with three-straight bonus-point victories in the final three showdowns, as 184-pound redshirt junior Layne Malczewski used two second-period near-falls in a 15-0 technical fall against fellow 2021 NCAA qualifier Jha'Quan Anderson. Redshirt senior Cameron Caffey then recorded an 11-2 major decision over 195-pounder Anthony Perrine, using a behind-the-back headlock to score six of those points, while Wilton got the fall at 6:35 to close out Peyton McComas in the 285 matchup.

Michigan State returns to the mat on Saturday, Dec. 18 with a tri-meet at Olivet. The Green and White will face Baldwin Wallace at 5:30 p.m., before wrestling the host Comets at 7 p.m.

Head Coach Roger Chandler Quotable
"In order for us to win that this level, it doesn't matter who you're wrestling, those bonus points are a big part of what we do. I talk about it quite a bit within our program. Obviously, those six guys were able to come up with bonus points that were a key factor in getting the team win."

"I think it's huge for Rayvon personally to put up bonus points after being frustrated the past couple matches. One of Rayvon's strengths is his conditioning and his ability to keep attacking throughout the entire match and put up points. Credit to his opponent, the guy competed hard the entire time and Rayvon found a way. Even after being taken down, Rayvon kept his senses, and that's what championship-level wrestlers do. They put the negative things behind them really quickly and they move forward. That's what he did tonight."

"I'm really proud of Brad in so many ways. It's not ideal for him to be wrestling heavyweights, but he's doing it for the team and I think he's figured out how to wrestle these big guys who have quite a bit of weight on him. He hand-fought and competed with that guy the entire way. It was back and forth up until the very end of the match and he's a guy who's always looking for the fall. He's a very dangerous wrestler if he ends up in his best position, and that's what happened."

"Layne is maturing as one of the highest competitors in the country every week. He's just being cool and calm. He used to be immature in previous years, and he's just being calm and relaxed out there. I know when he's coming up, good things are going to happen. I couldn't be more pleased, he lights a fire under our team."


197: HM Cameron Caffey (MSU) maj. dec. Anthony Perrine (GWU), 11-2
Caffey fended off a leg hold by Perrine to end the first period scoreless, and then had the second-period escape that set up a behind-the-back headlock for a takedown and near-fall before Perrine escaped. Another near-fall by Caffey to start the third was countered by Perrine escaping again, but Caffey was able to end the period with an 11-2 major decision.

Michigan State 29, Gardner-Webb 12
125: Aedyn Concepcion (GWU) dec. Julian Saldana (MSU), 7-4; GWU leads, 3-0
133: No. 15 Rayvon Foley (MSU) maj. dec. Todd Carter (GWU), 13-5; MSU leads, 4-3
141: Trevon Majette (GWU) dec. Matt Santos (MSU), 5-4; GWU leads, 6-4
149: Peyton Omania (MSU) inj. Brandon Bright (GWU), 3:30; MSU leads, 10-6
157: No. 24 Chase Saldate (MSU) maj. dec. Taylor Parks (GWU), 13-0; MSU leads, 14-6
165: R.J. Mosley (GWU) dec. Caleb Fish (GWU), 11-9; MSU leads, 14-9
174: Evan Schenk (GWU) dec. Nathan Jimenez (MSU), 5-3; MSU leads, 14-12
184: No. 21 Layne Malczewski (MSU) tech. fall over Jha'Quan Anderson (GWU), 15-0; MSU leads, 19-12
197: HM Cameron Caffey (MSU) maj. dec. Anthony Perrine (GWU), 11-2; MSU leads, 23-12
285: Brad Wilton (MSU) fall over Peyton McComas (GWU), 6:35; MSU wins, 29-12

Extra Matches:
149: Eddie Homrock (MSU) tech. fall over Corbin Dion (GWU), 17-2 (6:12)
157: Tyler Brignola (GWU) dec. Cameron Monzadeh (MSU), 7-3
 

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Zach Schrader wins in sudden death, Maryland wrestling beats Navy, 18-16​

No. 32 Zach Schrader found himself in a familiar situation in sudden death against No. 33 Riley Smith. If he beat Smith, he would complete another comeback victory for Maryland wrestling.

With loud chants for Schrader echoing around the Xfinity Pavilion, the two were waiting for their moment to go in for the kill. But after a stall warning against Smith brought the two back to the center of the mat, Schrader finished off Smith with a takedown as the Maryland bench jumped in the air.

Schrader motioned to the crowd and celebrated the Terps’ third-straight dual victory, 18-16, over Navy — their first win against the Midshipmen since 2012.
 

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COLLEGE PARK, MD -- The Maryland wrestling upper weights won four matches in a row and lifted the Terps to an 18-16 win over in-state rival Navy, 18-16. After trailing 16-6 to the Midshipmen, Dominic Solis, Kyle Cochran, Jaron Smith, and Zach Schrader all won their matches by decision to lift the Terps (3-2) to their third comeback win of the season.

Down 16-15 in the team score, Schrader battled with Navy's Riley Smith as the pair went into sudden victory. Schrader was the more aggressive of the two, and the mindset paid off as the heavyweight took the Midshipmen down, winning 3-1, and sending his teammates and XFINITY Center Pavilion crowd into a frenzy for the second straight week.

Last week, on December 4, Schrader clinched victories over Drexel and Duke for the Terps. The transfer from California-Baptist has proven to be one of the Terps' most reliable and highly-ranked wrestlers.

Maryland got on the board in the third match of the day when 141-pounder Danny Bertoni secured a 7-3 decision. 149-pounder Michael North entered the third period tied 2-2 but using the top position, he managed to ride out his opponent for the entire frame and earn a one-point riding score to pick up the win. Solis, Cochran, and Smith followed with victories, setting up Schrader for the dramatic victory.

The quartet of Solis, Cochran, Smith, and Schradeer are now 29-9 and outscoring opponents 300-148.

This was the Terps first win against Navy since January 20, 2012, when Maryland won in Alumni Hall 23-12. The current streak marks the program's first three-match winning streak since November 2017.


FULL RESULTS

125
Jacob Allen TF (19-2) Zach Spence (Navy 5-0)

133
No.27 Josh Koderhandt dec. (7-1) King Sandoval (Navy 8-0)

141
Danny Bertoni dec. (7-3) Tyler Hunt (Navy 8-3)

149
Michael North dec. (3-2) PJ Crane (Navy 8-6)

157
No. 18 Andrew Cerniglia major dec. (13-4) Lucas Cordio (Navy 12-6)

165
Val Park major dec. (10-2) Gaven Bell (Navy 16-6)

174
Dominic Solis dec. (SV1 8-6) Shane Finney (Navy 16-9)

184
Kyle Cochran dec. (8-3) No. 25 David Key Navy (16-12)

197
Jaron Smith dec. (7-6) No. 24 Jacob Koser (Navy 16-15)
HWT
No. 32 Zach Schrader dec. (SV 3-1) No. 33 Riley Smith (Maryland 18-16)


Up Next
  • Maryland will head south to Chattanooga, Tennessee, for the prestigious Southern Scuffle on January 1st.
 

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Wrestling rolls to three wins at Messiah Duals​

The Bald Eagles notched three wins today at the Messiah Duals powered by seven total pins.​


GRANTHAM, Pa. – The Lock Haven University men's wrestling team (3-2) picked up resounding wins over Messiah University, Stevens University and Millersville University on Saturday afternoon in the Messiah Duals.

The Bald Eagles won 24 out of the 30 dual meet bouts and racked up seven total pins. Parker McClellan (Altoona, Pa./Altoona) notched two of the LHU pins and added a major decision in his 3-0 day. Anthony Noto (Lima, N.Y./Honeoye Falls-Lima (NC State)) picked up bonus points in all three of his bouts with two tech falls and a pin on the day.

Match One vs. Messiah: W, 41-3

In the opening match of the day, LHU won nine of the ten bouts and rolled to the win on pins by McClellan, Tyler Stoltzfus (Mifflinburg, Pa./Saint Joseph's Academy), and Colby Whitehill (Brookeville, Pa./Brookeville (Pittsburgh)). LHU got a tech fall from Noto and Ashton Eyler (Millersburg, Ohio/Claymont High (Iowa Central CC)). Thomas Dressler (Spring Grove, Pa./Spring Grove) rounded out the bonus points and picked up a major decision.

Bout-by Bout Results:
125: Anthony Noto (LH) tech fall Hunter Rinehart 17-2 (M)
133: Gable Strickland (LH) major dec. Jordan Howard (M) 8-0
141: Josiah Gehr (M) dec. Nick Stonecheck (LH) 16-11
149: Connor Eck (LH) dec. Jake Coniglio (M) 7-5
157: Ben Barton (LH) dec. Nick Barnhart (M) 11-5
165: Ashton Eyler (LH) tech fall Zach Needles (M) 17-1
174: Tyler Stoltzfus (LH) pinned Jared Butler (5:26)
184: Thomas Dressler (LH) major dec. Ryder Slayton (M) 8-0
197: Parker McClellan (LH) pinned Joe Embleton (M) (2:39)
285: Colby Whitehill (LH) pinned Carter Urich (M) (1:04)
Final Score LHU 41 Messiah 3

Match Two vs. Stevens: W, 36-11

LHU picked up another win over Stevens on a Whitehill pin along with three tech falls from Noto, Gable Strickland (Benton, Pa./Benton) and Stoltzfus. The Bald Eagles won eight matches and added major decsions from Eylor and Colin Fegley (Mahanoy, Pa./Mahanoy) as they picked up their second win of the day.


Bout-by-bout Results:
125: Anthony Noto (LH) tech fall Akhil Vega (S) 16-1
133: Gable Strickland (LH) tech fall Arjun Khatri (S) 20-2
141: Kyle Slendorn (S) pinned Nick Stonecheck (LH)
149: Brett Kaliner (S) tech fall Connor Eck (LH) 16-1
157: Ben Barton (LH) dec. Nick Boggiano (S) 15-11
165: Ashton Eyler (LH) major dec. Harrison Hinojosa (S) 8-0
174: Tyler Stoltzfus (LH) tech fall Blaise Wagner (S) 16-0
184: Colin Fegley (LH) major dec. Brendan Newbury (S) 18-7
197: Parker McClellan (LH) major dec. Michael Dooley (S) 8-0
285: Colby Whitehill (LH) pinned Joseph Russell (S)
Final Score LHU 36 Stevens 11

Match Three vs. Millersville: W, 33-15

The Bald Eagles closed the day with a win over Millersville, which was headlined by three Bald Eagles earning pins. DaShawn Farber (Bethlehem, Pa./Nazareth High School) opened the match at 149 with a 17-1 tech fall and LHU got pins from Noto (125), Dilley (141) and McClellan (197) on the way winning seven out of the ten bouts. The Bald Eagles got bonus points in five of their wins as Fegley picked a major decision at 184.

Bout-by-bout Results:

149: Dashawn Farber (LHU) tech fall Alex Bendinelli (MU) 17-1 (6:42) / LHU 5-0
157: Ben Barton (LHU) dec. Jonathan Parrilla (MU) 3-1 / LHU 8-0
165: Ashton Eyler (LHU) dec. Brandon Connor (MU) 5-2 / LHU 11-0
174: Anthony Yacovetti (MU) dec. Tyler Stoltzfus (LHU) 6-3 / LHU 11-3
184: Colin Fegley (LHU) major dec. Patrick Johnson (Millersville) 15-4 / LHU 15-3
197: Parker McClellan (LHU) pinned Bruce Vaughan (MU) (1:34) / LHU 21-3
285: Bishop McCoy (MU) pinned Kaleb Snodgrass (LHU) (2:58) / LHU 21-9
125: Anthony Noto (LHU) pinned Bryce Beatty (Millersville) (1:30) / LHU 27-9
133: Devin Flannery (MU) pinned Gable Strickland (LHU) (5:00) / LHU 27-15
141: Tyler Dilley (LHU) pinned Joshua Tuckey (Millersville) (5:00) / LHU 33-15
Final Team Score LHU 33 MU 15

A number of Bald Eagles also competed in extra matches as Isaiah Reinert (Easton, Pa./Easton) and Tyler Dilley (Saint Mary's, Pa./Saint Mary's) each grabbed a pin. Farber also picked up a tech fall of his own in the extra matches.
 
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Brown 20 Hofstra 15

125 - Hunter Adrian (Brown) dec Jacob Moon (Hofstra) 5-2
133 - Nicky Cabanillas (Brown) maj Dylan Acevedo (Hofstra) 9-1
141 - Justin Hoyle (Hofstra) dec Timothy Levine (Brown) 11-4
149 - Blake Saito (Brown) maj Michael Leandrou (Hofstra) 12-1
157 - Jack Bokina (Brown) dec Joe McGinty (Hofstra) 14-9
165 - Harrison Trahan (Brown) dec Ricky Stamm (Hofstra) 11-5
174 - AJ Pedro (Brown) dec Ross McFarland (Hofstra) 5-2
184 - Charles Small (Hofstra) dec James Araneo (Brown) 5-2
197 - Trey Rogers (Hofstra) tech Cade Wilson (Brown) 25-10
285 - Zachary Knighton-Ward (Hofstra) maj Lear Quinton (Brown) 13-5

Friday's Dual Results

North Dakota State 34 Edinboro 9


125 - Logan Jaquay (Edinboro) FFT
133 - Kellyn March (North Dakota State) fall Clayton Bashor (Edinboro) :12
141 - Dylan Droegemueller (North Dakota State) dec Gabe Willochell (Edinboro) 8-5
149 - Gaven Sax (North Dakota State) maj Ryan Burgos (Edinboro) 13-5
157 - Jared Franek (North Dakota State) tech Alex Garee (Edinboro) 15-0
165 - Luke Weber (North Dakota State) fall Dylan Kohn (Edinboro) 1:03
174 - Austin Brenner (North Dakota State) maj Joey Arnold (Edinboro) 9-1
184 - Ethan Ducca (Edinboro) dec DJ Parker (North Dakota State) 3-2
197 - Owen Pentz (North Dakota State) dec Cody Mulligan (Edinboro) 8-3
285 - Brandon Metz (North Dakota State) dec Max Millin (Edinboro) 6-1

North Dakota State 27 Binghamton 12

125 - Micah Roes (Binghamton) dec Ryan Henningson (North Dakota State) 6-3
133 - Kellyn March (North Dakota State) fall Anthony Sobotker (Binghamton) 1:12
141 - Dylan Droegemueller (North Dakota State) dec Michael Zarif (Binghamton) 4-3
149 - Nick Lombard (Binghamton) dec Gaven Sax (North Dakota State) 9-2
157 - Jared Franek (North Dakota State) maj Logan Gumble (Binghamton) 14-0
165 - Luke Weber (North Dakota State) fall Brevin Cassella (Binghamton) 6:42
174 - Austin Brenner (North Dakota State) dec Jacob Nolan (Binghamton) 3-1
184 - DJ Parker (North Dakota State) tech Sam DePrez (Binghamton) 17-2
197 - Louie DePrez (Binghamton) dec Owen Pentz (North Dakota State) 8-5
285 - Joe Doyle (Binghamton) dec Brandon Metz (North Dakota State) 8-4

Binghamton 29 Edinboro 12

125 - Logan Jaquay (Edinboro) maj Nick Curley (Binghamton) 10-1
133 - Anthony Sobotker (Binghamton) fall Clayton Bashor (Edinboro) 2:29
141 - Gabe Willochell (Edinboro) tech Michael Zarif (Binghamton) 15-0
149 - Nick Lombard (Binghamton) maj Ryan Burgos (Edinboro) 12-4
157 - Logan Gumble (Binghamton) dec PJ Gohn (Edinboro) 4-2
165 - Brevin Cassella (Binghamton) dec Dylan Kohn (Edinboro) 11-4
174 - Jacob Nolan (Binghamton) dec Joey Arnold (Edinboro) 4-0
184 - Ethan Ducca (Edinboro) dec Sam DePrez (Binghamton) 3-2
197 - Louie DePrez (Binghamton) InjDef Cody Mulligan (Edinboro)
285 - Joe Doyle (Binghamton) maj Max Millin (Edinboro) 9-0

Franklin & Marshall 48 Ursinus 4

125 - Franco Mazza (Ursinus) maj Eli Wallace (F&M) 12-4
133 - Pat Phillips (F&M) fall Jagger Clapsadle (Ursinus) 1:59
141 - Wil Gil (F&M) fall Scott Weinkowitz (Ursinus) 1:31
149 - Cristiaan Dailey (F&M) FFT
157 - Chase McCollum (F&M) tech Stone Franczyk (Ursinus) 17-2
165 - Crew Fullerton (F&M) tech Jonathan Gherman (Ursinus) 16-0
174 - John Crawford (F&M) maj Jackson Brandt (Ursinus) 10-1
184 - James Conway (F&M) fall Connor Fritsch (Ursinus) 1:48
197 - Mike Wazen (F&M) FFT
285 - Cenzo Pelusi (F&M) maj Jake Ahmed (Ursinus) 14-3

Rutgers 26 Army West Point 9

125 - Dylan Shawver (Rutgers) dec Ryan Chauvin (Army West Point) 8-6
133 - Sammy Alvarez (Rutgers) maj Dominic Carone (Army West Point) 17-4
141 - Sebastian Rivera (Rutgers) tech Corey Shie (Army West Point) 17-1
149 - Mike Van Brill (Rutgers) dec Zach Keal (Army West Point) 8-3
157 - Markus Hartman (Army West Point) dec Robert Kanniard (Rutgers) 6-1
165 - Dalton Harkins (Army West Point) dec Andrew Clark (Rutgers) 4-2
174 - Clayton Fielden (Army West Point) dec Connor O'Neill (Rutgers) 5-3
184 - John Poznanski (Rutgers) maj Brad Laughlin (Army West Point) 13-4
197 - Greg Bulsak (Rutgers) maj JT Brown (Army West Point) 17-4
285 - Boone McDermott (Rutgers) dec Ben Sullivan (Army West Point) 3-1SV

West Virginia 40 Glenville State 3

125 - Colton Drousias (West Virginia) maj Kevin Meloni (Glenville State) 13-2
133 - Michael Dolan (West Virginia) tech Devin Easton (Glenville State) 20-5
141 - Caleb Rea (West Virginia) dec Ethan Hardy (Glenville State) 6-4
149 - Jeffrey Boyd (West Virginia) dec Gavin Quiocho (Glenville State) 9-5
157 - Alex Hornfeck (West Virginia) FFT
165 - Peyton Hall (West Virginia) fall Hunter Jones (Glenville State) 2:13
174 - Scott Joll (West Virginia) dec Hunter DeLong (Glenville State) 10-4
184 - Anthony Carman (West Virginia) fall Cole Houser (Glenville State) 1:44
197 - Jordan Williams (Glenville State) dec Jace Bradbury (West Virginia) 8-5
285 - Michael Wolfgram (West Virginia) maj Gavin Shamblin (Glenville State) 13-3
Rivera is top three this year! He may contend for Hodge. Rivera and Iowa 41 are two best scramblers pound for pound. I think both destroy an undersized Micic! Lee from PSU is injured a bit.
 

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149Kaden Gfeller (Oklahoma State) over Dom Demas (Oklahoma) (Dec 9-3)03
157Wyatt Sheets (Oklahoma State) over Justin Thomas (Oklahoma) (SV-1 4-2)03
165Travis Wittlake (Oklahoma State) over Joe Grello (Oklahoma) (Dec 8-4)03
174Dustin Plott (Oklahoma State) over Anthony Mantanona (Oklahoma) (MD 10-2)04
184Dakota Geer (Oklahoma State) over Darrien Roberts (Oklahoma) (Dec 8-2)03
197AJ Ferrari (Oklahoma State) over Jake Woodley (Oklahoma) (Dec 6-3)03
285Josh Heindselman (Oklahoma) over Luke Surber (Oklahoma State) (SV-1 3-1)30
125Trevor Mastrogiovanni (Oklahoma State) over Joey Prata (Oklahoma) (Dec 6-4)03
133Daton Fix (Oklahoma State) over Anthony Madrigal (Oklahoma) (Fall 6:20)06
141Carter Young (Oklahoma State) over Jacob Butler (Oklahoma) (Dec 9-4)03
Team Score:331
 

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – No. 7 Ohio State (4-0) cruised to a 30-7 win over No. 22 Pittsburgh (3-2) Sunday at the Covelli Center to remain undefeated in dual competition this season.

How it Happened

125 | No. 14 Mailk Heinselman (OSU) vs. No. 25 Cage Curry (PITT)

Neither wrestler was able to score in the opening period. Curry recorded the first point with an escape to start the second. Heinselman took the lead with a takedown with 30 seconds to go before Curry escaped to make it 2-all heading into the third period. Heinselman chose down to start the final two minutes and escaped then recorded a takedown near the end of regulation for the 5-2 win by decision.

133 | Dylan Koontz (OSU) vs. No. 6 Micky Phillippi (PITT)

Phillippi led 4-2 after the first period on a pair of takedowns and two Koontz escapes. There was no scoring in the second period before a Phillippi third period escape, takedown and back points made it 11-2 Phillipi, who then finished off the match on top by major decision, 14-3.

141 | No. 24 Dylan D’Emilio (OSU) vs. No. 16 Cole Matthews (PITT)

After no score following the first three minutes, Matthews got on the board with an escape to start the second. D’Emilio did the same to start the third to tie it at 1-all. He then recorded a takedown and cut Matthews loose for the 3-2 lead. Matthews and D’Emilio were each called for stalling giving D’Emilio the win by decision, 4-3.

149 | No. 2 Sammy Sasso (OSU) vs. Luke Kemerer (PITT)

Sasso recorded a takedown less than a minute into the match then another with back points to lead 8-1 after three minutes. He led 15-3 after two periods and went on to win by technical fall, 22-6.

157 | Jashon Hubbard (OSU) vs. No. 30 Elijah Cleary (PITT)

Hubbard scored first to start the second period with an escape and led 1-0 heading into the third. Hubbard earned a riding-time point in the third to win 2-1 by decision.

165 | No. 8 Carson Kharchla (OSU) vs. No. 9 Jake Wentzel (PITT)

Kharchla scored the first takedown to lead 2-1 heading into the second. Wentzel tied it at 2-all with an escape to start the second. Kharchla broke the tie with a takedown in the third and after a Wentzel escape it was 4-3 Buckeyes for the win by decision.

174 | No. 6 Ethan Smith (OSU) vs. Hunter Kernan (PITT)

Smith led 12-4 after the first period after a series of takedowns a two-point near fall. He continued to attack in the second and after earning a four-point near fall, won by technical fall, 26-8

184 | No. 10 Kaleb Romero (OSU) vs. No. 31 Gregg Harvey (PITT)

Romero led 3-0 after the first period with a takedown and an awarded stalling point. The lead grew to 6-2 for Romero after two periods. The bout ended with a major decision win for Romero, 10-2




197 | No. 21 Gavin Hoffman (OSU) vs. No. 2 Nino Bonaccorsi (PITT)

Bonaccorsi led 2-1 after the first period 7-2 after five minutes of action. The bout ended in favor of No. 2 Bonaccorsi in a win by decision, 10-4.

285 | No. 13 Tate Orndorff (OSU) vs. No. 31 Jake Slinger (PITT)

After a first period takedown, Orndorff led 2-0 after the first period. He increased the lead to 5-0 with a second-period escape and takedown. He secured a win by major decision with a takedown in the final seconds to win, 10-2.

  • The Buckeyes and Panthers have met 23 times with Ohio State owning the edge in the series 14-9. The Buckeyes have won seven of the last eight meetings.
  • Ohio State finished second at the 2021 Cliff Keen Invitational in Las Vegas Dec. 3-4. The Buckeyes have six team titles since 2009 at the CKLVI including three-consecutive (2016, 17, 18). The Buckeyes have placed outside the Top 5 just once in the past decade and own 10 Top 3 finishes. Individually, Kaleb Romero took top honors in the 184-pound bracket in his first competition of the year.
  • A contingent of Buckeyes competed in the Storm Open Dec. 5 in Painesville, Ohio, and came away with five individual champions. Brady Koontz (125), Will Betancourt (133), Jashon Hubbard (157), Fritz Schierl (174) and Rocky Jordan (184) all came away with titles in their respective weight classes.
  • The last time out in dual competition, Ohio State cruised to a home 51-0 win over Notre Dame College Nov. 23. All 10 Buckeyes contributed bonus points in the win.
  • The Buckeyes traveled to No. 10 Virginia Tech and knocked off the Hokies 17-13 Nov. 19. Seven of the 10 bouts were decided by four or fewer points with the final two at 197 (Hoffman) and HWT (Orndorff) going to the Buckeyes by decision, 3-2.
  • Ohio State opened the season with a dual vs. No. 14 North Carolina. Ohio State built a 17-0 lead starting with the 165 match and the debut of Carson Kharchla. The No. 8 Buckeyes won the match 23-12.
  • According to Intermat Wrestling, Ohio State plays host to Pittsburgh with eight Buckeyes ranked among the Top 25. They are: Malik Heinselman (No. 14/125); Dylan D’Emilio (No. 24/141); Sammy Sasso (No. 2/149); Carson Kharchla (No. 8/165); Ethan Smith (No. 6/174); Kaleb Romero (No. 10/184), Gavin Hoffman (No. 21/197) and Tate Orndorff (No. 13/HWT).
  • Ohio State will next compete at American University Jan. 3 (7:30 p.m.) before opening dual competition in the Big Ten at Michigan State Jan. 8 (5 p.m.). For tickets to Ohio State dual matches at the Covelli Center in Columbus call 1-800-Go-Bucks or visit ohiostatebuckeyes.com.
  • Several Buckeyes earned titles at the Ohio Intercollegiate Open Nov. 14 in Tiffin, Ohio. Ohio State earned titles in the Open Division at 125 (Malik Heinselman), at 141 (Dylan D’Emilio), at 149 (Sammy Sasso), at 157 (Bryce Hepner), at 165 (Carson Kharchla), at 174 (Ethan Smith), at 197 (Gavin Hoffman) and at 285 (Tate Orndorff). In the Freshman/Sophomore Division, the Buckeyes won at 157 (Paddy Gallagher) and at heavyweight (Mike Misita).
  • Sasso finished the 2021 season as the NCAA Runner-up at 149 with a 16-1 overall record and a 9-0 mark in duals. He recorded a 9-1 record vs. ranked opponents and had five pins, one technical fall and one major decision on the year. He is 5-0 this season with a Top 5 win vs. No. 5 Zach Sherman of North Carolina.
  • At the Michigan State Open Nov. 6 in East Lansing freshman Andre Gonzales earned the title in the freshman/sophomore division at 133 with a 4-0 record. Classmate Mike Misita finished No. 2 in the heavyweight bracket with a 3-1 record. In all, seven Buckeyes were among the Top six in their respective brackets.
  • On Nov. 10, Tom Ryan, head coach of the Buckeyes, signed the top-ranked recruiting class in the country, including the Top 3 overall recruits.
  • Broderick Harris was included in the signing class as an honorary member. Broderick, who aspired to wrestle for the Buckeyes and in the Olympics, was a tireless and fierce competitor. He tragically died in a house fire at age 11 in 2014.
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No. 7 Ohio State 30, No. 22 Pittsburgh 7OSUPITT
125 | No. 14 Mailk Heinselman (OSU) def. No. 25 Cage Curry (PITT) | D, 5-230
133 | No. 6 Micky Phillippi (PITT) def. Dylan Koontz (OSU) | MD, 14-334
141 | No. 24 Dylan D’Emilio (OSU) def. No. 16 Cole Matthews (PITT) | D, 4-364
149 | No. 2 Sammy Sasso (OSU) def. Luke Kemerer (PITT) | TF, 22-6 (6:13)114
157 | Jashon Hubbard (OSU) def. No. 30 Elijah Cleary (PITT) | D, 2-1144
165 | No. 8 Carson Kharchla (OSU) def. No. 9 Jake Wentzel (PITT) | D, 4-3174
174 | No. 6 Ethan Smith (OSU) def. Hunter Kernan (PITT) | TF, 26-8 (5:00)224
184 | No. 10 Kaleb Romero (OSU) def. No. 31 Gregg Harvey (PITT) | MD, 10-2264
197 | No. 2 Nino Bonaccorsi (PITT) def. No. 21 Gavin Hoffman (OSU) | D, 10-4267
285 | No. 13 Tate Orndorff (OSU) def. No. 31 Jake Slinger (PITT) | D, 10-2307
 

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RALEIGH, N.C. - With the dual tied after the first six bouts, #5 NC State won the final four matches, with three straight major decisions, and picked up a 25-10 road win at Appalachian State.

The dual started at 125 pounds, and the Pack won the first ranked vs. ranked matchup as #5 Jakob Camacho scored a takedown in the first period and third period to down #30 Smith, 5-3.

Sean Carter got the lone takedown of the bout 1:43 into extra time and down Jarrett Trombley 3-1 to even the dual after two matches.

The Pack retook the lead at 141 pounds, as #18 Ryan Jack tallied a pair of takedowns in both the first and second periods and added in 2:04 of ride time for the 10-3 decision.

App State got the first bonus point win of the bout at 149 pounds, as #7 Millner scored a 12-3 major decision over Matt Fields.

The Pack responded with its own major decision in the next bout at 157 pounds, as #25 Ed Scott used a 12-point first first to score an 18-7 win.

The match evened back up with four left, as #26 Formato scored a 6-1 win over #15 Thomas Bullard.

NC State broke the tie with three straight major decisions, and the final four wins overall.

NC State captured the lead for good with another bonus point win at 174 pounds. #5 Hayden Hidlay used a cradle for six points in the first and went on for a 14-4 major decision.

Back-to-back major decisons, and by the same score, as #3 Trent Hidlay followed with one at 184 pounds, 14-4.

#15 Isaac Trumble joined the Hidlays with a major, racking up over three minutes of ride time in a 12-2 win.

Deonte Wilson scored a pair of takedowns to go with 2:53 of ride time to close out the dual with a 7-2 decision.

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The Pack will travel to Destin, Florida, to compete at the Collegiate Duals Jan. 20-21.

#5 NC State 25, Appalachian State 10
125: #5 Jakob Camacho (NCSU) dec. #30 R-So. Caleb Smith; 5-3 - 3-0
133: Sean Carter (APP) dec. Jarrett Trombley; 3-1 (SV1) - 3-3
141: #18 Ryan Jack (NCSU) dec. Anthony Brito; 10-3 - 6-3
149: #7 R-Sr. Jonathan Millner (APP) major dec. Matt Fields; 12-3 - 6-7
157: #25 Ed Scott (NCSU) major dec. Cody Bond; 18-7 - 10-7
165: #26 Will Formato (APP) dec. #15 Thomas Bullard; 6-1 - 10-10
174: #5 Hayden Hidlay (NCSU) major dec. Thomas Flitz; 14-4 - 14-10
184: #3 Trent Hidlay (NCSU) major dec. Barrett Blakely; 14-4 - 18-10
197: #15 Isaac Trumble (NCSU) major dec. Mason Fiscella; 12-2 - 22-10
285: Deonte Wilson (NCSU) dec. Mike Burchell; 7-2 - 25-10
 

Jrjt0518

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Heinselman was the problem. He should have had all that energy for that ot match he won. Rather then take it out on Ferrari and not be taken down by him. He started that as Iowa is always the problem. lol