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Team Press Releases

Wildcats Fall Short 31-21 to Apprentice in Home Opener

11/09/2012 -
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – The Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team dropped its home opener 31-21 to The Apprentice School Friday night. The Wildcats had leads in the match, but some forfeits and a key pin dealt the team its first loss of the season. For Penn College, junior Tyler Myers (Centre Hall) pinned his opponent at 2:01 at 157 while freshman Tim Kuntz (Wyalusing) did the same at 149 in 4:51.

Also for the Wildcats, freshman Wade Jacobson (Alexandria, Va.) decisioned Nick Devanny 8-1 at 141. Freshman Alex Muller (Sparta, N.J.) had a grueling fight at 184 but edged out CW Sorey 7-5. Sophomore Logan Gresock (Copley, Ohio) rounds out the winners at 197 beating George Hanson 14-8.

Next up, Penn College travels to University of Scranton for the Electric City Duals on Saturday, Nov. 10 starting at 9 a.m.

Full Results:

125: Jacob Michael (A) maj. dec. Duval Frederich, 16-7
133: Dwayne Rose (A) win by forfeit
141: Wade Jacobson (P) dec. Nick Devanny, 8-1
149: Tim Kuntz (P) pinned Sterling Briscoe, 4:51
157: Tyler Myers (P) pinned Kyle Spruill, 2:01
165: Philip Porto (A) dec. Austin Clark, 12-9
174: Justin Martz (A) win by forfeit
184: Alex Muller (P) dec. CW Sorey, 7-5
197: Logan Gresock (P) dec. George Hanson, 14-8
235: Kevin Gray (A) pinned Aaron Shrawder, 1:09
285: Ian Jones (A) win by forfeit
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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....