Immediate Release: December 8, 2006
Freshman 141-pound Brandon Toro-Segarra (Brentwood, N.Y.) and sophomore 149-pound Nate Patterson (Ontario, N.Y.) registered back-to-back pins to spark Binghamton. Toro-Segarra pinned Greg Jensen in 3:26 for his second fall in three duals, and Patterson needed just 1:24 to pin Kyle Bub for his fourth dual match win of the young season. Freshman 133-pound Kareem Naguib (Clifton Park, N.Y.) earned the team's other three points with a 9-4 decision over William Martin.
"Our two pins at 141 and 149 were impressive," head coach Pat Popolizio said. "But unfortunately some of the other matches didn't swing our way. I thought there were three or four that could've gone either way tonight."
Freshman 174-pound Josh Patterson (Ontario, N.Y.) gave a strong effort against 20th-ranked Nick Kozar, losing a 5-2 decision. Patterson is 4-2 in duals and 13-5 overall.
"Josh looked good," Popolizio said. "The kid he wrestled is experienced and very tough ... nationally-ranked. That's where we want our guys to be."
Binghamton heads to Doylestown, Pa. on Saturday for dual matches with Millersville and host Delaware Valley.
Drexel 30, Binghamton 15
- No. 20 Steve Mytych (D) maj. dec. Mike Kleeman (BU), 14-4
* starting weight
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