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Wildcats Improve to 3-0 in the PSUAC

12/08/2012 -
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – The Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team remained perfect in the Penn State University Athletic Conference with a 42-21 win over Penn State Fayette Tuesday. Sophomore Jasper Ocker (Burnham) and freshmen Ryan Hart (Wyalusing) and Wade Jacobson (Alexandria, Va.) all recorded pins in the victory. With the win, the Wildcats improve to 4-5 overall and 3-0 in the PSUAC.

At 197, Ocker recorded one of the quickest victories of the night taking out Nick Hewitt in 2:17. Hart battled a tough John Lukart at 141 eventually recording the pin at 4:58 while Jacobson followed at 149 taking down Myhe Brown at 3:53.

Penn College next travels to Williamson Trade on Saturday, Dec. 8 for a quad match with Rutgers University and Valley Forge Military College starting at 9 a.m.

Full Results:

Penn College: 42 Fayette: 21
125: Duval Frederich (P) win by ff.
133: Camillo Serna (P) win by ff.
141: Ryan Hart (P) pins John Lukart, 4:58
149: Wade Jacobson (P) pins Mhye Brown, 3:53
157: Tyler Myers (P) win by ff.
165: Austin Clark (P) win by ff.
174: Wade Durbin (F) dec. Paul Crutchlow, 6-5
184: Joe Phillips (F) pins Alex Muller, 1:47
197: Jasper Ocker (P) pins Nick Hewitt, 2:17
235: Nathan Spinetti (F) pins Aaron Shrawder, 6:00
285: Will Riffle (F) win by ff.

NCWA Season Preview

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