Cornell Dominates Bucknell; Hofstra Tops Binghamton as Big Red and Bearcats Honor Seniors

It was Senior Day in Section 4 on Sunday as both Cornell and Binghamton honored their graduating wrestlers.  While the Big Red crushed Bucknell, 37-3, the Bearcats dropped a CAA dual against a surging Hofstra team, 23-19.

Still, the nationally-ranked seniors who took the mat for Cornell (Kyle Dake and Steve Bosak) and Binghamton (Donnie Vinson and Nate Schiedel) finished in style with pins in front of their home crowds.

Cornell Breezes Past Bucknell; Dake Pins #10 Lear in First Period

Bosak, Photo by BV

The Big Red notched wins in nine of the 10 bouts against fellow EIWA squad Bucknell.  In their last appearances at the Friedman Center, defending NCAA champions Kyle Dake and Steve Bosak both earned first period falls.  Also collecting bonus points for the Ivy League team were Nahshon Garrett at 125 and Chris Villalonga at 149.

For more, see here.

Hofstra Wins All-New York CAA Battle

The Pride got off to a great start, with victories in six of the first seven bouts, and captured a 23-19 decision against Binghamton.  The win was the sixth in the past eight duals for Hofstra, which racked up four bonus points triumphs.  Luke Vaith registered a technical fall at 141 while Steve Bonanno (125), Tyler Banks (157) and Nick Terdick (165) all picked up major decisions.

For more on the dual, see here.

Army Tops American

The Black Knights captured eight of 10 matches, including pins by Jordan Thome at 133 and Ryan Tompkins at 184 to defeat American, 34-8 in an EIWA meeting on Sunday.  The results of Army’s dual with Boston will be posted when that event ends.

For more on Army’s victory over the Eagles, see here.

 

 

 

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