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Wrestling topples Princeton on road 23-12
Bearcats notch first dual win of season, head to Boston on Sunday
December 7, 2012Tweet
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PRINCETON, N.J.—Binghamton wrestling (1-6) won the final three matches, including a come-from-behind overtime win by junior 184-pound Cody Reed to push past host Princeton 23-12 Friday night from Dillon Gym.
With BU trailing 12-10 entering the bout at 184, Reed was looking at a 4-1 deficit midway through the third period before beginning the improbable rally. Two quick takedowns extended the match to overtime, where Reed completed the rally with a takedown for the 7-5 decision.
Schiedel, ranked No. 6 in the nation, rolled to a 16-0 win to push his record to 11-0 overall, 7-0 in duals.
Princeton then needed a pin at heavyweight to gain a tie but Deuel had other plans, racking up 19 points in the tech fall. The win was his 10th of the season.
Earlier in the evening, No. 3 Donnie Vinson remained unbeaten with a 17-5 major decision at 149. Vinson, the reigning CAA Wrestler of the Month, is 12-0 overall, 7-0 in duals.
Binghamton heads to Boston for a Sunday afternoon tilt with fellow CAA member Boston University.
Binghamton 23 Princeton 12
125 Patrick Hunter (B) d. Max Rogers 10-5
133 Andrew Hirai (P) d. Dan Riggi 6-2
141 Kevin Moylan (P) d. Tyler Pendergast 11-6
149 Donald Vinson (B) md. Zach Bintliff 17-5
157 Seth Hazleton (P) d. Jack McKeever 6-2
165 Vincent Grella (B) d. Judson Ziegler 11-5
174 Ryan Callahan (P) d. John Paris 5-1
184 Cody Reed (B) d. Scott Gibbons 7-5, OT
197 Nate Schiedel (B) tf. Dan Santoro 16-0
285 Tyler Deuel (B) tf. Cole Lampman (P) 19-2