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Pennsylvania-New York Duals


Collegiate Wrestling Tournament
@ Lycoming College
Saturday, January 8, 2008

 

Round 1


Lycoming 33, Cortland 12
Oswego 34, King’s 13
Scranton 22, RIT 21


Round 2


Lycoming 31, Oswego 9
Scranton 24, Cortland 22
RIT 28, King’s 17

Round 3


Lycoming 27, RIT 16
Oswego 38, Scranton 9
Cortland 31, King’s 18

 

 

Wrestling Defeats King's College at NY/PA Duals
By Steve Jaynes, SID
SOURCE: www.rit.edu

Saturday, January 8, 2005

WILLIAMSPORT, PA
The RIT wrestling team rebounded from a narrow loss to Scranton with a 28-17 win over King's College at the NY/PA Duals hosted by Lycoming College.

The Tigers featured five wrestlers who posted wins led by Mike Pietrowski who won at 141 pounds. He pinned Scott Prutaman at 1:55.

Murtuza Quaizar posted a forfeit win at 125 pounds and Chris Nassar defeated Chris Sullivan, 3-1 at 149 pounds.

Gus Mancini posted his second win of the tournament with a 13-2 win over Bob Barecsc at 174 pounds.

Zach Greenberg also posted his second win of the tournament with a default win over Mike O'Hara who had to retire due to an injury.

 

 

Wrestling Falls to Lycoming at NY/PA Duals
By Steve Jaynes, SID
SOURCE: www.rit.edu
Saturday, January 8, 2005

WILLIAMSPORT, PA
The RIT wrestling team was defeated by Lycoming College 27-16 at the NY/PA Duals at Lycoming.

Mike Pietrowski continued his strong grappling with a 6-5 win over Zach Knorr at 141 pounds. The win was Pietrowski's third win of the tournament.

Sophomore Chad Sutliff defeated Jason Smith, 7-1 at 157 pounds and Trevor Hiffa pinned Tommy Snyder at 6:10 in the heavyweight bout.

The Tigers go 1-2 on the weekend and will travel back to Lycoming College next weekend to compete in the Bud Whitehill Duals.

 

 

Lycoming Wrestling goes 3-0 at PA/NY Duals
SOURCE: www.lycoming.edu

Saturday, January 8, 2005


WILLIAMSPORT, PA The Lycoming College wrestling team hosted the Pennsylvania–New York Duals, Saturday morning and afternoon. The event featured Lycoming, King’s College, and the University of Scranton challenging SUNY-Cortland, SUNY-Oswego, and Rochester Institute of Technology in a round robin of dual matches. Lycoming was a perfect 3-0 on the day defeating Cortland, 33-12; Oswego, 31-9; and RIT, 27-16. Scranton and Oswego each went 2-1 on the day, Cortland and RIT were each 1-2, and King’s was 0-3. The Warriors are now 9-4 overall in dual matches this season.

Against Cortland, Lycoming won seven of 10 bouts. Jason Smith (Jr./Hughesville, Pa.; Hughesville) and Joe Ostrowski (Jr./Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; E.L. Meyers) led the way with pins at 157 pounds and heavyweight, respectively. Sean Reese (Sr./Milton, Pa.; Milton) – 149, Hank Reedy (Fr./Sinking Spring, Pa.; Wilson) – 184, and Kevin Colton Craig (Sr./Flanders, N.J.; West Morris Mendham) – 197 each won by decision. Nick Mascellino (So./Hopatcong, N.J.; Hopatcong) - 125 and Drew Barder (Fr./Millersburg, Pa.; Upper Dauphin) – 133 each received forfeits.

Versus Oswego, the Warriors were dominant winning eight of 10 bouts, including back-to-back pins at 157 and 165 pounds by Smith and Grant Brindle (Sr./Pine Grove, Pa.; Pine Grove), respectively. Brindle’s opponent had entered the match ranked fifth in the nation at 165 pounds. Reese added a major decision at 149 pounds and Lycoming tallied five other decisions in the match.

Finally, against RIT, the Warriors won 6-of-10 bouts. Mascellino opened the match with a first-period pin at 125 pounds. Reese and Brindle also recorded wins-by-fall at 149 and 165 pounds. Sean Cullen (So./Cinnaminson, N.J.; Cinnaminson) – 133, Eric Miller (So./Muncy, Pa.; Montgomery) – 174, and Matt Miller (Fr./Muncy, Pa.; Montgomery) – 184 each added decisions.

Lycoming will be in action again next weekend when they host the Budd Whitehill Division III Duals on Friday and Saturday, January 14-15.