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

Penn College Downs Greater Allegheny 39-16

01/17/2013 -
MCKEESPORT, Pa. - Dropping only three bouts, the Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team defeated Penn State Greater Allegheny 39-16 Tuesday. Junior Tyler Myers (Centre Hall), sophomore Austin Clark (Elysburg) and freshman Daniel Frankenfield (Dushore) each recorded pins. With the win, the Wildcats improve to 9-7 overall and 4-0 in the Penn State University Athletic Conference.

At 157, Myers recorded the fasted pin of the night at 43 seconds. This year he is 14-1 overall with 10 pins. Sophomore Paul Crutchlow (Morris Plains, N.J.) had a tough 235 bout edging out Andre Ellis 3-1 in overtime.

Next up, Penn College hosts Stony Brook College and West Chester University for a tri-match on Saturday, Jan. 19.

Full Results:
125: Duval Frederich (P) win by ff
133: Ryan Hart (P) win by ff
141: Wade Jacobson (P) win by ff
149: Erik Rayman (G) pinned Cesar Gonzalez, 1:46
157: Tyler Myers (P) pinned Matt Lago, :43
165: Austin Clark (P) pinned Tyler Spencer, 1:41
174: Daniel Frankenfield (P) pinned Pat Corcoran, 1:50
184: Genkie Soutamire (G) maj. dec. Alex Muller, 11-2
197: No Match
235: Paul Crutchlow (P) dec. Andre Ellis, 3-1 (OT)
285: Steven Scott (G) win by ff
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