Alfred State College 28 v Penn College 22       University of Delaware 40 v Widener University 9       Penn State - Mont Alto 33 v Widener University 12       Ted Reese Invitational       Columbia Basin College 42 v University of Idaho 12       Highline College 43 v South Puget Sound Community College 12       Davenport University 26 v Grand Valley State University 28       Davenport University 34 v University of Michigan 12       Defiance College 18 v Penn State - Greater Allegheny 22       Defiance College 24 v Penn State - Beaver 27       

Team Press Releases

Bright Future Ahead For the Hofstra Pride

11/13/2009 -
Despite a slow start this season, the future looks very bright for Hofstra University Wrestling Club, who are coming into their sophomore season with the NCWA. With nationals quarter-finalist Jesse Koproski (165) graduated, Hofstra still has high hopes for many new and returning wrestlers. Junior Jon Tan will be returning at 133, who was one of Hofstra’s national qualifiers last year. Senior captain and founding member Eli Mazer will be returning to the line-up at 149. Be on the lookout for Junior Dan Wandell, who had a fantastic season at 184 last year, but was unfortunately unable to wrestle in the conference tournament. Sophmore Rob Piscitello, who is a former NCAA wrestler for Hofstra, will be joining the team this year. Look for him to make a lot of noise at 184/197. Junior Steve Incarnato, who was a transfer from SUNY Albany, will be wrestling at 157. Also, Freshmen New York Section 8 placer Gary Kavarsky will be wrestling for the team at 141/133. Other wrestlers with potential to contend include Sophmore Matt Plotkin (184), Freshmen Nate Bobrick (157), Freshmen Justin Hochberg (165), Senior Jacey Lally(197), Junior Jose Fabre (174), Sophmore Frank Lopresti (165), and Sophmore Kevin Chee (125). Hofstra Wrestling Club will be making their first competition appearance of the season at SUNY Albany for the Veteran’s Day Duels on November 13th.

NCWA Season Preview

10/26/2005
NCWA Season Preview 10/26/2005 Jim Heath/NCWA Sports Information Director Heading into the ninth year of National Collegiate Wrestling Association action, a few questions loom for the 2005-06 campaign: Can someone step up and stop Central Florida from a “three-peat”? Will the Appr....