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 ATTACKS HOFSTRA

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

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

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

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.

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