LONG ISLAND WRESTLING

IN MEMORIAM

Hofstra's Ricky Stamm (Levittown Division HS) makes his second appearance in the NCAA tournament at 165 pounds.

 Jesse Dellavecchia (14-1) of Rider University (East Islip HS)  advanced to the championship finals with a stunning fall over previously unbeaten Ryan Deakin (Northwestern). He dropped a 4-0 decision to David Carr (Iowa State) in the 157-pound finals.

125-Micah Roes

(Binghamton-Lowville)

 

​133-Zach Redding

(Iowa State-ESM)

 

141- Vinny Vespa

(Hofstra-Mon-Wood)

 

157- Jesse Dellavecchia

(FINALIST-Rider-East Islip)
 

157- Jacori Teemer

(AA 4th-Ariz.St.-Long Beach)

 

157-Parker Kropman

(Drexel-Penfield)

 

165-Jake Silverstein

(Rider-Hauppauge)

 

165- Evan Barczak

(Drexel-CentValley)

 

 165- Ricky Stamm

(Hofstra-Levittown D)

174- Jake Logan

(Lehigh- New Rochelle)

 

174-Jacob Nolan

(Binghamton-Saranac)

 

184- Lou DePrez

(AA8th-Binghamton-Hilton)

 

Hwt- Deonte Wilson

(NC State-Amityville)

 

Hwt- Zach Knighton-Ward

(Hofstra-Uniondale)


​​NCAA DIVISION I

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 Jesse Dellavecchia (EI), a two-time NYS finalist, was defeated by David Carr (Iowa State), a five-time state champion (Kentucky - 8th grade and four Ohio titles) for the 157-pound NCAA title.


Alex Marinelli finished in eighth place at 165 pounds. He was defeated by eventual champion Shane Griffith of Stanford in an overtime bout in the quartrfinals.

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



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  1. Iowa  (125 points)

​  2. Penn State (97.5)

  3. Okla State (95.5)

  4. Arizona State (74)

  5. Michigan (69)

  6. NC State (68)

  6. Missouri (64)

  8. Minnesota (60)

  9. Ohio State (46.5)

10. NWestern (45)

11. Pittsburgh (40.5)

12. Nebraska (38)

13. Rutgers (37.5)

13. Iowa State (37.5)

​15. Virginia Tech (36.5)    

CURRENT

NCAA

RANKINGS

FROM INTERMAT


 

Two-time NCAA Champion Spencer Lee  (75 -2 career) paced the top ranked Hawkeyes and  won the  gold medal match with a 7-0 shutout in the finals.

 NYS DIVISION I TOP TEN

Penn State's Nick Lee (13-1), edged nemesis and top-seeded Jaydin Eierman (Iowa) with a slick double leg takedown in overtime  for the NCAA crown at 141 pounds.

 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

Minnesota's Gable Steveson (17-0, 68-2 career mark) dominated the 285-pound field and cruised to the NCAA title.

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

North Carolina State's

Hayden Hidlay was an NCAA finalist in 2018 and finished in fifth place at 157 pounds in the 2021 NCAA meet..

IOWA CLINCHES TEAM TITLE AT THE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Zachary Knighton-Ward of Hofstra (Uniondale HS).

 NEW YORK WRESTLERS IN

NCAA DIVISION I CHAMPIONSHIPS


NCAA DIVISION I

WRESTLING

CHAMPIONSHIPS






(Click on Weight Class and then Main Bracket)




The Hawkeyes won their 24th NCAA team title and were paced by lone champion Spencer Lee (12-0, 75-2 career mark) at 125 pounds. The Nittany Lions  crowned four champions: Roman Bravo-Young (133), Nick Lee (141), Carter Starocci (174) and sophomore Aaron Brooks at 184. The Cowboys, winners of 34 NCAA team crowns, finished in third place, followed by Arizona State and Michigan.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​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 3 ALL- AMERICANS AT THE NCAAs - Jacori Teemer (LB) - 4th place at 157.

NCAA TEAM SCORES

Lou DePrez  of SUNY Binghamton (Hilton HS)  earned All-American status and finished in 8th place  at 184 pounds.

Roman Bravo-Young two-time All-American of Penn State won the Big Ten title with a 5-2 decision over Iowa's Austin DeSanto at 133 pounds and defeated Oklahoma State's Daton Fix in the NCAA finals at 133 pounds.

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

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