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Wrestling beats Boston University 26-13
Bearcats capture six bouts, claim second dual win in a row
December 9, 2012Tweet
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BOSTON—Binghamton wrestling (2-6) made it two in a row with a convincing 26-13 dual win over host Boston University Sunday afternoon at Case Gym. The Bearcats, who began the weekend with a 23-12 win at Princeton on Friday, won six of the 10 bouts, using a pin and two technical falls to build bonus points.
Binghamton’s nationally-ranked wrestlers came through with big results as senior No. 3 Donnie Vinson (13-0) recorded a pin at 149 pounds and senior No. 6 Nate Schiedel (12-0) rolled to a 17-2 technical fall at 197. Both wrestlers remained unbeaten on the season.
Senior 125-pound Patrick Hunter scored a technical fall in his match to give the Bearcats a lead they would never relinquish. Senior 133-pound Derek Steeley followed with a major decision. Redshirt freshman 165-pound Vincent Grella and junior 184-pound Cody Reed earned narrow decisions for BU’s other wins.
The Bearcats are off until the team heads to Northwestern for the Midlands Championship on December 29-30.
Binghamton 26, Boston University 13
285: Kevin Innis (Boston) dec. Tyler Deuel (Bing), 12-7
125: Patrick Hunter (Bing) tech. fall Mike Mayo (Boston), 26-11 (4:42)
133: Derek Steeley (Bing) major dec. B.J. Suitor (Boston), 14-4
141: Tyler Scotton (Boston) dec. Dan Riggi (Bing), 9-4
149: Donnie Vinson (Bing) pinned Colin Saunders (Boston), 3:25
157: Nestor Taffur (Boston) major dec. Jack McKeever (Bing), 10-2
165: Vincent Grella (Bing) dec. Mitchell Wightman (Boston), 2-1
174: Kyle Czarnecki (Boston) dec. John Paris (Bing), 5-3
184: Cody Reed (Bing) dec. Alex Najjar (Boston), 9-7
197: Nate Schiedel (Bing) tech. fall Hunter Meys (Boston), 17-2 (4:38)