It was a tight dual going into the last three matches, with Princeton leading 12-10. Then, 184-pounder Cody Reed won an overtime match against Scott Gibbons to give Binghamton the lead for good at 13-12. Nate Schiedel and Tyler Deuel put an exclamation point on the win with a pair of technical falls to make the final score 23-12.
The Bearcats return to action on Sunday against Boston University.
Binghamton 23, Princeton 12
125: Patrick Hunter (Binghamton) dec Max Rogers (Princeton), 9-5
133: Andrew Hirai (P) dec Dan Riggi (B), 5-2
141: Kevin Moylan (P) dec Tyler Pendergast (B), 11-6
149: Donnie Vinson (B) maj Zach Bintliff (P), 17-5
157: Seth Hazleton (P) dec Jack McKeever (B), 6-2
165: Vin Grella (B) dec Judd Ziegler (P), 11-5
174: Ryan Callahan (P) dec John Paris (B), 5-1
184: Cody Reed (B) dec Scott Gibbons (P), 7-5 SV
197: Nate Schiedel (B) tech fall Dan Santoro (P), 16-0
285: Tyler Deuel (B) tech fall Cole Lampman (P), 19-2