Immediate Release: November 20, 2010
ITHACA, N.Y. -- Binghamton wrestling earned four placewinners at the Cornell Body Bar Invitational on Saturday.
Sophomore Nate Schiedel, ranked 14th at 184 pounds, went 3-1 on the day to place second. He recorded two pins before losing 6-2 to top-seeded and sixth-ranked Steve Bosak of Cornell in the final. It marks the second straight week that the two wrestlers finished 1-2 in the weight class, having done so at the wwsport.com/Binghamton Open last Sunday.
McGarity went 2-1 to reach the semifinals. After falling to the top-seed from Cornell, he pulled out with a medical forfeit in the third-place match. Kaylor, the No. 3 seed, also reached the semifinals with a technical fall and decision. He was edged 3-2 by Buffalo's No. 2 seed, John-Martin Cannon, and then dropped a 5-4 decision to Kent State's Ross Tice in the third-place bout. Reed went 4-2 to earn sixth place. After losing in the quarters 10-7, Reed battled back with two wins in the backdraw.
The Bearcats sent 11 wrestlers but rested several starters in preparation for the season-opening duals Sunday. Binghamton was eighth in the team scoring (37.5).
Binghamton hosts the Journeymen Sprawl & Brawl Sunday at the West Gym where the Bearcats will face Michigan State (1:15 p.m.) and Eastern Michigan (3 p.m.).
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