ARMY  34         HOFSTRA  3

125- Trey Chalifoux (Army) major dec. Jacob Martin 12-4

133- Austin Harry (A) tech fall Vinny Vespa 22-4

141- Noah Hanau (A) dec. Connor Burkert 11-7

149- Matt Kelly (A) dec. Ryan Burkert 5-4

157- Russ Parsons (A) pinned Jake Kaminsky 2:17

165- Andrew Mendel (A) dec. Bobby Fehr 16-9

174- Sage Heller (Hof) dec. Ben Harvey 18-11

184- Samson Imonode (A) major dec. Michael Oxley 17-7

197- Rocco Caywood (A) dec. Nezar Haddad 3-1

285- Trevor Smith (A) dec. Omar Haddad 4-2

Mat Notes:

   Army (5-3) defeated Hofstra (5-5), 34-3, before 948 spectators at the David S. Mack Physical Education Center. The Black Knights won nine of the ten bouts contested and were paced by Russ Parsons who used a bar-arm to secure a first period pin at 157 pounds, along with Austin Harry used a barrage of takedowns en route to a 22-4 tech fall at 133, and Samson Imonode who scored with strong double leg takedowns to post a solid 17-7 major decision in the 184-pound bout. Hofstra's lone victory was registered by NCAA hopeful Sage Heller who was embroiled in a wild 18-11 match at 174. The Pride's Bobby Fehr had four takedowns, including two duck-under takedowns late in his bout, but dropped a 16-9 verdict to Abdrew Mendel at 165 pounds. The Pride will travel to face Columbia tonight at 7:00 PM and their next home contest is against the University of Buffalo on Saturday, January 28th at 1:00 PM...


Army's Russ Rarson works to turn Hofstra's Jake Kaminsky. The nationally ranked Parsons picked up the first period fall at 157 pounds.

Sage Heller (22-9) from Hofstra works his headlock on Ben Harvey of Army winning 18-11 at 174.

Trey Chalifoux from Army squared off with Jacob Martin from Hofstra at 125 pounds. Martin came away with a 12-4 decision.

Army's Rocco Caywood is on the attack against Hofstra's Nezar Haddad. Caywood won this 197 pound battle 3-1.

Army's Trevor Smith scores a reversal on Hofstra's Omar Haddad to win 4-2 at 285 pounds.

Army's Samson Imonode tries to turn Hofstra's Michael Oxley at 184 pounds. Imonode won with a 17-7 decision.