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1963-64 RIT Tigers

Coach: Earl Fuller  

 


1963-64 RIT Tigers Varsity Wrestling Team
FRONT ROW: Douglas Drake, Joe Lanzisera (captain), Paul Lane, John Keenan. BACK ROW: Colin Townsend, Donald Zimmerman, Walter Klein, John VanderVeen, Charles Kuhler, Bruce Helgerson. (SOURCE: Techmila, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1964. Reproduced with the permission of Rochester Institute of Technology Archive Dept.)


The 1963-64 wresters started slow but as the season moved on and experience was gained, the matmen started to show their individual abilities.

Perry Jones, 123 lbs., showed tremendous improvement this year and usually "fit" at 115 for tournaments. Douglas Drake, 123 lbs., moved into third position in the 1963 College Division meet. Joe Lanzisera, 130 lbs., the dependable captain has met some of the nationally ranked groaners. John Keenan and Bill Thompson, both 137 lbs., are good prospects for next season. Charles Caleo, 147 lbs., started in the second quarter, operated best at 137. Paul Provenzano, 157 lbs., was a newcomer to the sport. Verne Biehler, 167 lbs., lost a lot of action this year because of injuries. John Vanderveen, 177 lbs., outstanding at the Bloomsburg meet, had the best dual meet record (3-1) and was runner up at the West Point Invitational. Charles Kuhler, heavyweight, was an outstanding contributor and the most improved wrestler on the team. Bruce Helgerson was outstanding as both manager and as a team man. (Techmila, 1964)

Techmila (482 KB PDF)
 

Tournaments

 

None reported.

 

Dual Meets

 

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