Mercer University 12 v The Ohio State University 30       University of North Texas 24 v University of Texas at Arlington 33       University of Maryland / Baltimore County 12 v University of Florida 44       Wayne State College 60 v Auburn University 3       University of Michigan 30 v University of Pittsburgh 28       University of Notre Dame 13 v University of Michigan 42       Penn State - New Kensington 21 v University of Akron 36       University of Michigan 33 v University of Wisconsin - Madison 22       Penn State University - DuBois 31 v University of Akron 30       Penn State - Fayette 10 v University of Akron 30       

Team Press Releases

Penn College Takes Third at PSUAC/USCAA Invitational

02/13/2012 -
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – The Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team competed at the Penn State University Athletic Conference (PSUAC) /United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) Invitational on Sunday. The Wildcats had five place in the top three including freshmen Derek Leiby (Troy) and Logan Gresock (Wadsworth, Ohio) who took home the top spot at 149 and 174 respectively. Nine schools competed in the competition that included Penn State Fayette, Greater Allegheny, DuBois, New Kensington and Beaver from the PSUAC and The Apprentice School, Williamson Trade and Lindenwood-Bellevue from the USCAA. As a team, the Wildcats finished third overall with 108 team points just behind Apprentice in second and Lindenwood in first.

Also for the Wildcats, freshman Kyle Sunseri (Athens) placed third at 141, freshman Paul Crutchlow (Morris Plains, N.J.) placed third at 174 and freshman Jasper Ocker took third at 197.

Next up, the Wildcats travel to Lock Haven University for preliminary bouts on Thursday, Feb. 17 at 5 p.m.
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