2013 New York State Collegiate Wrestling Championship
November 24 - Newman Arena, Cornell University - Ithaca, NY
2013 NYS Tournament Review
Past NYS Tournament Results
NCAA Division I Rankings
NCAA Division III Rankings (October 25, 2013)
GRAPPLE AT THE GARDEN RECAP
Cornell Wins a Second Consecutive NYS Intercollegiate Wrestling Championship
2013 NYS Tournament Review
Division A Brackets
Division B Brackets
Five individual wrestlers from Cornell University captured champion titles, giving their program its second straight team at the annual New York State Intercollegiate Championship with 207 team points. Hofstra University came in second place, but far behind, with 157 points. The tournament was held on Sunday, November 24 at Newman Arena, Cornell University at Ithaca, NY.
125: Jamie Franco (Hofstra) won by decision over Penn Gottfried (Columbia), 6-0
133: Mark Grey (Cornell) won by technical fall over Jamel Hudson (Hofstra), 20-3
141: Luke Vath (Hofstra) won by fall over Matt Bystol (Columbia), 4:38
149: Chris Villalonga (Cornell) won by decision over Cody Ruggirello (Hofstra), 2-1
157: Brian Realbuto (Cornell) won by decision over Nick Terdick (Hofstra), 15-8
165: Joseph Booth (Hofstra) won by decision over Craig Eifert (Cornell), 6-3
174: Eric Fajardo (Columbia) won by fall over Lou Puca (Cortland), 1:58
184: Gabe Dean (Cornell) won by fall over Tony Lock (Buffalo), 3:52
197: Jace Bennett (Cornell) won by decision over Bryce Barnes (Army), 5-2
HWT: Tyler Deuel (Binghamton) won by fall over Jim Donner (Niagara CC), 5:36
At the conclusion of the tournament, the Association honored this year's 2013 inductees into the NYS Hall of Fame, Fritz Zagorski and Joel Lamson. Please see below for more details.
Fritz Zagorski (SUNY Brockport) and Joel Lamson (Ithaca College) To Be Inducted into the NYS Hall of Fame
It is our pleasure to annonce that the Association will induct two new honorees to the NYS Wrestling Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will take place after the NYS Collegiate Wrestling Championship on Sunday, November 24 at Cornell University in Ithaca. Please click on the links below to access the profile of the respective inductee.
NYS Coaches Directory Updated
Due to changes in coaching staff at Hunter and College of Mount Saint Vincent, among others.
New directory is available here.
Three New Teams Join the Association
We are pleased to announce that three new teams have joined our Association and are invited to participate in this year's New York State Collegiate Wrestling Championship, which will take place on November 24 at Cornell. They are Stony Brook University (NCWA Division II), SUNY Westchester (NCWA Division II), and Sullivan CC (NJCAA Region 15). Please find the stories of their genesis under the links below:
Second Annual Grapple at the Garden
The Association is proud to acknowledge that several wrestling programs will represent New York State at the Second Annual Grapple at the Garden. The event will take place on December 1 at the Madison Square Garden
and will feature Army, Hofstra, and Cornell amongst other top teams in the country (Bloomsburg, Boston University, Drexel, George Mason, Illinois, Maryland, Penn, Princeton, and Rutgers). A few more programs may be added to the event soon, potentially from NYS, so check our website soon for more information.
Brockport Places at Greco-Roman University Nationals
Freshman Adam Troy from SUNY Brockport has placed sixth at the University Nationals Tournament in Cleveland, Ohio in May.
Troy was one of the few NCAA Division III athletes in the competition and wrestled in the 70 KG weight class in the Greco Roman style competition that featured some of the top wrestlers in the country at the collegiate level.
Source: Brockport Athletics
Alfred State Promoted to Division III
Starting next year (2013-2014), Alfred State will be competing as a NCAA Division III school. In the previous years, the sport teams of that school competed in the NJCAA.
More information: Alfred State
Buffalo Wrestling Gets a New Coach
Courtesy of Buffalo Athletics
On Tuesday, May 7, Buffalo Athletics officially anounced that John Stutzman had been hired as a new Head Coach of the wrestling team. He is replacing Jim Beichner, who led the Bulls from 1995. Among other achievements, Stutzman coached the Northern Illinois Huskies for eight years and ended his commitment to that program with the total record of 97-56-1. Stutzman is also a member of the USA Wrestling coaching staff and mentored American teams at tournaments in Poland, Russia, and Armenia.
For more information on Stultzman and Buffalo Wrestling, please visit the school's website.
Kyle Dake of Cornell Makes History
Courtesy of Cornell Athletics
New York State Collegiate Wrestling Coaches' Association congratulates Kyle Dake of Cornell on becoming the first wrestler in U.S. history to win four consecutive NCAA titles in four different weight classes. On Saturday, March 23 Dake defeated David Taylor of Penn State 5-4 in an exquisite 165 lbs. final. Dake was named the Outstanding Wrestler at the tournament. His overall record at Cornell has been 137-4 and his career is now over.
Other grapplers from New York State also won All-America honors on March 23. Nahshon Garrett (125) and Steve Bosak (184) of Cornell both placed Third in their respective weight classes, and so did Steve Santos (149) of Columbia University. Mike Nevinger of Cornell placed Fifth at 141 lbs. More information can be found on the respetive schools' Athletics websites.
New York State Brings Home Div. III All-Americans
Ricky Gomez (Courtesy of Ithaca Athletics)
The Association congratulates eight grapplers hailing from New York State who have earned
All-America honors at last weekend's Div. III national championship held in Cedar Rapids, IA. Below we present their profiles. For further details, please refer to their respective school sites linked below.
Ricky Gomez (Ithaca, National Champ at 125 lbs.)
Jules Doliscar (Ithaca, second at 174 lbs.)
Bobby Dierna (Cortland, third at 149 lbs.)
Jared Myhrberg (Cortland, third at 197 lbs.)
Brandon Jones, New York University, fifth at 133 lbs.)
Alex Gomez (Ithaca, sixth at 133 lbs.)
Lou Puca (Cortland, sixth at 174 lbs.)
Matt Ellis (Brockport, eighth at 133 lbs.)
Sources: Ithaca Athletics | NYU Athletics | Cortland Athletics | Brockport Athletics
New York State Wrestlers Prepare for Division III Championship
Preliminary Brackets (to be updated)
Wrestlers from New York State begin arriving at Cedar Rapids, IA for this year's NCAA Division III
Championship on March 15-16, 2013. Top-three place-winners from the regional qualifiers are eligible for this competition, from which will emerge winners of All-America honors. In total, New York State qualified the total of 18 wrestlers from Courtland (6), Ithaca (4), NYU (2), Brockport (2), Oneonta (1), Merchant Marine (1), Hunter (1) and Oswego (1). Please click on the image of a given school's logo for further details. Good luck to all of our qualifiers! Further news story will follow.
Army tops Merchant Marine at an All-Academy challenge
Army Senior Jordan Thome (133 lbs.)
Army placed fourth at the All-Academy wrestling home tournament at West Point, NY this past Saturday, February 2.
With the score of 71.5 points, the Black Knights finished a place ahead of their New York State rivals, the Mariners (17.5 points). Jordan Thome (133), Paul Hancock (165), and Tyler Rauezahn (141) all took second in their respective weight classes, earning points for Army. Among top-performing Merchant Marine grapplers were Josh Miller, who won three bouts by pin to capture third place at 174 pounds, and Nic Watson, whose victory against Vinnie Bellaran of Division I Citadel helped him secure fourth place at 165 pounds.
For more details, visit the team websites:
Army Black Knights
New York State Teams Compete in Virginia Duals
Hampton Colloseum, where the 2013 Virginia Duals took place
Several teams from New York State competed in last weekend's Virginia Duals in Hampton, VA. Binghamton University wrestling split its opening two matches on Friday, January 11, winning over VMI 31 to 13 and falling to Virginia Tech 9 to 32. Grapplers who recorded two wins for Binghamton that day were its nationally-ranked Donnie Vinson (149) and Nate Schiedel (197).
On Saturday, January 12, Binghamton dropped it third and final match to North Dakota State 12 to 30, but once again Vinson and Schiedel emerged triumphant.
On Friday, January 11, SUNY Brockport wrestling won against Central Florida 39 to 10. Later that day, the Golden Eagles defeated a New York State rival, Nassau Community College, 25 to 9. Its third and final match for the title against Stevens Tech the following day, however, ended in a sour loss of 22-18 despite heated and tight competition. The loss came partly as a result of the disqualification of Eliah Golding, the Golden Eagles' 149-pounder, and a team point given to Stevens.
competing against Brockport, Nassau Community College also faced the Apprentice School, which it utterly defeated 43-0.
None of the three teams captured the title, which went to Virginia Tech.
Videos of matches from Virginia Duals are available on Flowrestling. Link here.
Please notice that the following sections of the website have been put up to date:
- Hall of Fame