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   MINNESOTA STATE  33   LIU POST  6


125- Shane Novak (MS) p. Tyler Walsh  2:51.

133- Joe Calderone (LIU-P)  d. Blake Bosch  7-6.

141- Phillipe Walker (MS) d. Jesse Meaney  8-3.

149- Isaak Novacek (MS) d. Matt Langan  14-10.

157- Garret Hoffner (MS) d. Jackson Mordente  2-0.

165- Dan Murakami (MS) d. Ed Ramirez 3-2.

174- Michael Joseph (MS) p. Corey Ashe  2:09.

184- Shawn Porter (MS) p. Ronnie King  1:58.

197- Chris Dilorio (LIU-P) d. Chris Bascon  16-10.

285- Nader Abdullatif (MS) d. James Louison  9-3.

MINNESOTA STATE STOPS LIU POST 33-6 

IN GRAPPLE AT THE GARDEN

         HOFSTRA  29    MARYLAND  12


125- Josh Polacek (M) fft.

133- Geoff Alexander (M) d. Kyle Krasavage  7-3.

141- Jamel Hudson (H) d. Shyhiem Brown  8-3.

149- Cody Ruggirello p. Frank Goodwin  4:44.

157- Jahlani Callender (H) p. Louis Mascola  4:05.

165- Nick Terdick (H) d. Anthony Guidice  6-4.

174- Frank Affonti (H) d. Josh Snook  2-0.

184- Jermaine John (H) d. Tony Gardner  6-4.

197- Rob Fitzgerald (M) d. Mike Oxley  7-1.

285- Mike Hughes (H) tf. Ryan Kail  15-0.


MAT NOTES...

  Hofstra was paced by nationally ranked matmen; Jamal Hudson (10-4) and Cody Ruggirello (14-4) in their respective wins against Maryland. Hudson used a series of single leg takedowns and Ruggirello applied his bar arms en route to a second period fall.  The Pride are now 3-5 on the early season and dropped the afternoon dual to Bucknell, 25-15. Next up for the Pride will be the Lock Haven Invitational (PA) on December 29th.

  

  

          CORNELL  23  EDINBORO  14


125- Nahshon Garrett (C) d. Kory Mines  8-1.

133- AJ Schopp (E) tf. Bricker Dixon  17-0.

141- Mitchell Port (E) p. Ryan Dunphy  4:05.

149- David Habat (E) d. Chris Villalonga  5-4.

157- Craig Eifert (C) d. Kasey Davis  6-4.

165- Dylan Palacio (C) md. Casey Fuller  13-4.

174- Duke Pickett (C) md. Zach Tower  13-2.

184- Gabe Dean (C) d. Victor Avery  6-4 OT.

197- Jace Bennett (C) d. Vince Pickett  5-0.

285- Jacob Aiken-Phillips (C) d. Warren Bosch  9-8. 


MAT NOTES...

   Cornell (6-0) won seven of the ten bouts contested against Edinboro (8-2) and were led by unbeaten two-time All-American and top-ranked Nahshon Garrett (10-0) at 125. Garrett converted two single leg scrambles into takedowns and controlled the tempo of the bout. Other top performers for the Big Red were soccer standout Dylan Palacio (165) who used his wrist roll for four-points and coasted to a 13-4 win in his initial bout for the season, along with AA Gabe Dean (16-2) who scored with a strong double leg TD for an exciting 6-4 overtime victory at 184 pounds. Congratulations to head coach Rob Koll who earned his 250th career dual victory. Koll now boasts a 250-80-5 career mark.

Cornell  23                       Edinboro  14

Cornell 35                        Northern Iowa 4

Minnesota State  33      LIU Post  6

Hofstra  29                       Maryland  12

Rutgers 24                        Army  13

Northern Iowa  24         Drexel  14

Bucknell  33                     Davidson  6

Bucknell 25                      Hofstra 15

Montclair State 39         Stony Brook 15

Princeton 19                    Army 17

Middlesex CC 37             SUNY Sullivan 15



Hofstra's Jamel Hudson controls Maryland's Shyhiem Brown en route to an 8-3 decision at 141 pounds.

HOFSTRA UPSETS MARYLAND 29-12

IN MADISON SQUARE GARDEN

Cornell's Nahshon Garrett lifts Edinboro's Kory Mines at 125 pounds. The top ranked Garrett won 8-1 as Cornell took the dual 23-14.

# 3 CORNELL TOPS # 12 EDINBORO 23-14 IN PREMIER MATCH AT GRAPPLE AT THE GARDEN

COLLEGE WRESTLING AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN

12-21-14

Post's Chris Dilorio controls Minnesota State's Chris Bascon en route to a 16-10 decision at 197  pounds.