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WVU Open


Collegiate Wrestling Tournament
@ West Virginia University
November 7, 2004

 

Brackets (125-141 | 141-HWT)

 

Championship Final


125 -
Mike Sees (Bloomsburg) d. Christian Smith (Duke), 13-7
133 -
Seth Lisa (West Virginia) d. Jeff Santo (Lehigh), 3-2
141 -
Frank Edgar (Clarion) d. Clint Shirk (Lock Haven), 9-4
149 -
Jeff Ecklof (Pitt) d. Kevin Artis (UNC Greensboro), 5-2
157 -
Matt Lebe (West Virginia) d. Jake Frerichs (Ohio), 5-3
165 -
Brian Lamay (Lehigh) d. Steve Smith (Duke), 2-0
174 -
Dwayne Coward (UNC Pembroke) p. Justin Otis (Tennessee-Chattanooga)
184 -
Greg Jones (West Virginia) m.d. Dave Helfrich (Lehigh), 11-3
197 -
Corey Jacoby (Shippensburg) def. Lou Thomas (Pitt), injury default
285 -
Brent Miller (West Virginia) d. Tom Curl (Lehigh), 5-2

 

SUNY BROCKPORT WRESTLING MAKES 2004-05 DEBUT AT WVU OPEN


Morgantown, WV ― The West Virginia University wrestling program hosted the 23rd Annual WVU Open November 7 in the Shell Building. The tournament featured 23 teams including top wrestling programs such as Ohio University, Bloomsburg, and Buffalo, which will be competing this weekend at SUNY Brockport for the Oklahoma Gold Showcase.

Allan Boice (Vernon/Vernon Verona) wrestled his first match of his career at Brockport at 125 and was defeated by Justin Staylor of Virginia Tech. Justin Kimball (Schenectady/Schenectady) also started his career at Brockport, wrestling at 133, but fell to Terry Jackson of Ohio University. Mitch Nock (Morganville/Marlboro) returns for his second season for the Golden Eagles, and was defeated by Jay Matteo of Pitt-Johnstown in the 141 weight class.

Also wrestling at 141 was returner
Deone Williams (Long Beach/Long Beach) who was defeated by Clint Shirk of Lock Haven University. Returning All-American Dan Roberts (Bellport/Bellport) wrestled his way to the finals of 141, but had an injury default in the finals. Freshman Kyle Fried (Rock Hill/Monroe-Woodbury) was defeated by John Cofer at 149, while returner J.P. Zengerle (Rochester/Gates-Chili) lost in the semi finals to Jeff Ecklof, 3-2, of Pitt-Johnstown. Branden Green (Conesus/Livonia) lost his match at 149.

Freshman
Shaheim Bradshaw (Huntington/Huntington) started out his wrestling career at 157 and wrestled his way to the quarterfinals where he was defeated by Jakek Frerichs of Ohio University. Don Barker (Groton/Lansing) and Omi Ortiz (Ronkoncome/Brentwood) were both defeated at 157, while returner Andy Boice (Vernon Center/V.V.S.) made it to the quarterfinals where he was defeated by Ben Bishop of Lehigh. Cory Turner (West Seneca/West Seneca West) and Joe Meatty (Windsor/Windsor Central) were defeated in their first match of the season, while Anthony Rivera (Bayshore/Brentwood) fell in the quarterfinals at 165.