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For Immediate Release: December 12, 2010
Contact: John Hartrick (hartrick@binghamton.edu)
Phone: 607-777-6800

BU wrestling posts narrow wins over Army and Ohio
Bearcats climb to 7-2 overall heading into holiday break

CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. -- Binghamton wrestling defeated Army and Ohio Sunday afternoon at Shenendehowa High School. The Bearcats posted a 22-13 win over the Black Knights before holding off Ohio, 17-16. It was the first win for BU against both opponents who each had won the previous four matches against the Bearcats.

Junior No. 17 Justin Lister looked strong in posting a pair of wins at 157, including a 17-2 tech fall against Ohio. Sophomore 149-pound Donnie Vinson and junior 165-pound Matt Kaylor also won twice, fortifying BU's strength in the middle of its lineup. Vinson and Kaylor remained unbeaten in duals (9-0). Sophomore John Paris was the unsung hero of the day, stepping into a starting role as BU juggled its lineup and winning both his matches.

The Bearcats won seven of 10 bouts against Army, highlighted by sophomore 10th-ranked Nate Schiedel's major decision up at 197. The team score was knotted at 12-12 with three bouts remaining. Paris was inserted into the lineup at 184 and earned a 12-5 decision before Schiedel bumped up a weight and rolled to a 9-0 win to clinch the team victory - the first in five all-time matches against Army.

Against Ohio, BU won four of the first six bouts and then held on for the narrow victory when sophomore Cody Reed, bumped up to heavyweight, wrestled a solid match and surrendered only a 6-4 decision. Ohio could've tied the match with a major decision or won it with a tech fall or pin. Paris earned a 6-5 decision at 184 to provide BU's final three points.

"We earned two very solid wins today," head coach Pat Popolizio said. "Justin (Lister) is finally starting to look sharp. He was very aggresive, especially in the Ohio match, and is starting to come into his own again. John (Paris) had a huge day, stepping up at 184 and winning both matches. He's a team player and that helped us a lot today. Now we will focus on getting healthy. Going into the break 7-2 is certainly one of our better starts to a season."

Binghamton is off until hosting Buffalo and Merchant Marine Academy on January 2 at the West Gym.

Binghamton 22, Army 13
125: Ryan Gerondel (BU) dec. Travis Coffey (A), 8-5
133: Jordan Thome (A) maj. dec. Dan Riggi (BU), 11-2
141: Casey Thome (A) pinned Brian Guilfoyle (BU), 4:27
149: Donnie Vinson (BU) dec. Daniel Young (A), 6-4
157: #14 Justin Lister (BU) dec. Jimmy Rafferty (A), 4-1
165: Matt Kaylor (BU) dec. Jake Vetter (A), 14-8
174: Collin Wittmeyer (A) dec. Ryan McGarity (BU), 4-2
184: John Paris (BU) dec. Wil Brown (A), 12-5
197: #14 Nate Schiedel (BU) maj. dec. Daniel Mills (A), 9-0
285: Lance Moore (BU) dec. Christian Botero (A), 10-4

Binghamton 17, Ohio 16
125: Kyle Ciccarello (O) dec. Ryan Gerondel (BU), 7-3
133: Anthony Jerome (BU) dec. Jake Wojcik (O), 3-0
141: #9 Germane Lindsey (O) maj. dec. Brian Guilfoyle (BU), 10-2
149: Donnie Vinson (BU) dec. Brad Squire (O), 10-3
157: #14 Justin Lister (BU) tech. fall Chris Kline (O), 17-2
165: Matt Kaylor (BU) dec. Steve Wilson (O), 14-8
174: Nick Purdue (O) dec. Ryan McGarity (BU), 9-3
184: John Paris (BU) dec. Ryan Garringer (O), 6-5
197: #16 Erik Schuth (O) dec. #14 Nate Schiedel (BU), 5-4
285: Jeremy Johnson (O) dec. Cody Reed (BU), 6-4

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