LONG ISLAND WRESTLING

IN MEMORIAM

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133 - Zach Redding

(20th-Iowa State-ESM)


141-Derek Spann

(17th-Buffalo-Adirondack)

 

157- Jesse Dellavecchia

(4th-Rider-East Islip)
 

157- Jacori Teemer

(5th-Ariz.St.-Long Beach)

 

 165- Ricky Stamm

(17th-Hofstra-Levittown D)


174- Phil Spadafora

(24th-Maryland-Hills East)

 

184- Lou DePrez

(4th-Binghamton-Hilton)

 

Hwt- Deonte Wilson

(16th-NC State-Amityville)

 

Hwt- Zach Knighton-Ward

(22nd-Hofstra-Uniondale)

EIWA 

CHAMPIONSHIPS


1. Lehigh (158 points)

2. Navy (129)

3. Army West Pt. (119)

4. Hofstra (106.5)


Hofstra's Holden Heller won the 157-pound gold medal.

Lou DePrez (Bing) cruised to the 184-pound crown. Rider's Jesse Dellavecchia (8-0) won the 157 MAC title. NC State won the ACC team title and Amityville's Deonte Wilson eked out a 2-1 OT win at

​285 pounds. Jacori Teemer (LB) won the 157-pound Pac-12 title for Arizona State.

SUFFOLK DUAL FINAL

SWR  36

BRENTWOOD  32



Alex Marinelli (68-9 career) will try to win his first NCAA crown for the #1 ranked Iowa Hawkeyes. He will have to get by Virginia Tech's Mekhi Lewis the 2019 champion. Lewis won this quarterfinal battle over Marinelli that year.

113- Tyler Ferrara

(Chenango Forks-IV) - 18th


120- Stevo Poulin 

(Shenendehowa-II) - 4th


126- Jordan Titus 

(Center Moriches-XI) - 5th


​138- Jayden Scott

(Rush-Henrietta- V) - 18th


138- Rocco Camillaci

(Hilton-V) - 20th


​152- Nick Sanko
(Pittsford-V) - 18th


​170- Jacob Null

(Dolgeville-III) - 3rd


​170- Kole Mulhauser

​(Central Square- III) - 9th


195- Brock Delsignore 

​(Shenedehowa-II) - 13th


220- Todd DeGroat

(Vestal- IV)- 15th​​​


​285- Lucas Scott

​(Chenango Forks-IV) - 12th

NEW YORK STATE DREAM TEAM OF NCAA DIVISION I CHAMPIONS



LONG ISLAND WRESTLERS MAKE EARLY COLLEGE COMMITMENTS

JORDAN TITUS (CENTER MORICHES to WEST VIRGINIA), CHASE LIARDI (MASSAPEQUA to OHIO STATE), GAVEN BELL (CSH to MARYLAND), NICK DEMARCO (NORTHPORT to SACRED HEART)

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 IOWA (5-0) and PENN STATE (6-0) are Big Ten Co-Champions and will battle @ BIG 10 CHAMPIONSHIPS on

Sat. & Sun. - March 6 -7 - Big 10  Network - including all sessions -

BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIPS

Sat. & Sun. - March 6-7 on ESPN+ and ESPN2 @ BOK Center, Tulsa

  1. Iowa 

​  2. Penn State

  3. Michigan

  4. Oklahoma State 

  5. Missouri

  6. Virginia Tech

  7. NC State

  8. Nebraska

  9. Illinois

10. Ohio State

11. Iowa State

12. Arizona State

13. UNC

14. Pitt

15. Oklahoma

16. Minnesota

17. Stanford

18. Purdue

19. Rutgers

20. NColorado/Michigan St.

       

CURRENT

NCAA

RANKINGS

FROM INTERMAT


 

Two-time NCAA Champion Spencer Lee  (70- 5 career) leads the top ranked Hawkeyes.

 NYS DIVISION I TOP TEN

 1.  Minisink Valley-9

 2.  Massapequa-8

 3.  Fulton-3

 4.  Shenendehowa-2

 5.  Spencerport-5

 6.  Fox Lane-1

 7.  Sh-Wading River-11

 8.  Brentwood-11

​ 9.  Long Beach-8

10. Connetquot-11

      Horseheads-4

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Long Island Wrestling

 NATIONALLY RANKED

NEW YORK

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLERS

SOME OF THE TOP MATCHES OF ALL TIME IN THE NEW YORK STATE TOURNAMENT FINALS

Zachary Knighton-Ward of Hofstra (Uniondale HS).

 NEW YORK WRESTLERS

CURRENTLY RANKED IN

NCAA DIVISION I

Rutgers Nick Suriano won the 2019 NCAA crown and is on an Olympic red shirt year.

Lou DePrez  of SUNY Binghamton (Hilton HS) is currently unbeaten at 8-0 and is a title contender at the NCAA Championships.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​NCAA HOST SITES

    2021- St. Louis, MO

    2022- Detroit, MI

    2023- Tulsa, OK

    2024- Kansas City, MO

    2025- Philadelphia, PA

​    2026- Cleveland, OH.

NEW YORK STATE HAS NINE NCAA DIVISION I RANKED WRESTLERS COMPETING THIS SEASON 

Unbeaten Jesse Dellavecchia (8-0) of Rider University (East Islip HS)  is a potential NCAA finalist.

NCAA TOP TEAMS

Roman Bravo-Young two-time All-American of Penn State is top-seeded at the Big Ten. As always the Nittany Lions will also be in the hunt for another title.

Massapequa's Chase Liardi , unbeaten at 6-0, now at 132 pounds, helped pace the Chiefs to a 45-16 victory  over power Long Beach (5-1). Liardi now has 128 career wins.

JOE FERRUGIA - FDNY and Berner HS Coach


CHRIS SARRO - Nassau County runner-up (2011).


LOU GIANI SR. - 1960 Olympian, Famed Huntington Coach.


REGGIE JONES SR. - Famed NYS Wrestling Official

Center Moriches' Jordan Titus , a two-time Division II state champion boasts a 162-7 career ledger.

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