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Harvard Wins EIWA

story to come shortly THE MOST FALLS WAS 4 IN 20:09 BY Dawid Rechul AT 285 HARVARD THE MOST POINTS SCORED WAS 69.00 BY Dave Esposito AT 149 LEHIGH Outstanding Wrestler was Dawid Rechul, Harvard (First heavyweight to win since George Hooper of Syracuse in 1940. 2001 EIWAs - U Pennsylvania 9:17 pm AFTER 285 1 HARVARD 123 2 PENN 114 3 LEHIGH 109.5 4 CORNELL 95.5 5 RUTGERS 95 6 NAVY 75 7 PRINCETON 60 8 BROWN 52.00 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 9 ARMY 46.50 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 10 BUCKNELL 30.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 11 ESU 7.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 COLUMBIA 6.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 SYRACUSE 2.50 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 F&M 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 125_ Mason Lenhard, Penn (23-6) vs Mario Stuart, Lehigh (8-9) Period 1: Both men were warned with 15 seconds to go. Neither man was close to scoring. Period 2: Lenhard took bottom. He escaped in 4 seconds, and Lenhard immediately responded with a TD on a barrell roll and 2 back points. Stuart escaped, and there was no further scoring. Lenhard leads 5-1. Period 3: Stuart down. Stuart scored on a shrug. , but Lenhard escaped to make the score 6-4. Lenhard scored on an ankle pick at the edge of the mat, and Stuart escaped. Stuart scored a TD and Lenhard escaped, but Stuart was close to another TD when time ran out. Lenhard wins 9-7. 133_ Matt Picarsic, Harvard (20-6)vs Juan Venturi, Princeton (18-6) Period 1: Picarsic scored a TD about half way through the period. Venturi drew a warning for stalling. Period 2: Venturi down, and escaped after 20 seconds. Venturi scored on a single leg at the edge of the mat to go ahead 3-2, and Picarsic escaped. Picarsic was warned for backing up. Picarsic scored a TD and was reveresed by Venturi to tie the score at 5-5. Period 3: Picarsic down. Picarsic earned a stalling point when Venturi was called for hanging on top. Picarsic escaped to make it 7-5. Venturi scored on a double leg with a minute left, and let him up. Venturi scored on a double leg after a salutation to his fans in the stands. Venturi let him up, and scored another TD to lead 11-9. Picarsiv escaped. But a stalling was called against Venturi to tie the score at 11-11 to throw the match into overtime. Overtime period: Venturi almost scored after 15 seconds, but Picarsic got a TD with 30 seconds left. Picarsic wins 13-11;sv No wild cards aT 125 141_ Matt Goldstein, Lehigh (31-8) vs Mark Conley, Navy (27-5) Period 1: There was no scoring, but both men were warned Period 2: Goldstein down, and escaped in 5 seconds. There was no further scoring as Goldstein leads 1-0. Period 3: Conley down, escaped in 4 seconds. Both men were warned, with each man assessed a point. Score tied 2-2. Overtime period: No scoring. Tiebreaker. Goldstein chose down, but Conley rode him out after 4 esacpe attempts failed. Conley wins 2-2;tb There were no wild cards at 133 149_ Dave Esposito, Lehigh (27-3) vs Jesse Jantzen, Harvard (12-50 Period 1: Esposito scored on an arm drag and spin, and Jantzen secaped after 15 seconds. Esposito leads 2-1. Period 2: Esposito down. Esposito penalty point for locked hands. Reversal Esposito, and escape Jantzen. Esposito leads 5-2. Period 3: Jantzen top. Reversal Esposito after 20 seconds. Jantzen escaped with 30 seconds remaining. TD Esposito in garbage time. Esposito wins 9-3. Tom Waldron of Cornell is a wild card at 141. 157_ Leo Urbinelli, Cornell (25-4) vs Yoshi Nakamura, Penn (23-1) Period 1: Urbinelli was in on an ankle pick, but couldn't convert. There was no scoring. Period 2: Urbinelli down, and escaped in 5 seconds. Nakamura scored on a deep single (high crotch), and Urbinelli escaped. Score tied 2-2. Period 3: Nakamura down, and escapes in 2 seconds. Nakamura awarded a point for Urbinelli fleeing the mat. Nakamura came close on another single, but they went off the mat. But Nakamura then scored on a trip. Nakamura wins 6-2. Joe Henson, Penn was announced as a wild card at 149 165_ Ryan Bonfiglio, Princeton (24-8) vs Tim Ortman, Penn (18-8) Period 1: Ortman was close on an ankle pick and go behind, but potentially dangerous was called. And same again. There was no scoring. Period 2: Bonfiglio down, and escaped after being ridden for nearly a minute. Ortman finally connected on the ankle pick, and Bonfiglio escaped. Score tied 2-2. Period 3: Ortman down, and immediately escaped. Warning Ortman with 10 seconds left. Ortman had riding time to win 4-2 Max Odom, Harvard and Ryan Bernholz, Lehigh were announced as wild cards at 157. 174_ Maurice Worthy, Army (29-0) vs Jim Stanec, Cornell (27-8) Period 1: Worthy scored first on an ankle pick at the edge of the mat, and rode for nearly a minute before Stanec escaped. Worthy leads 2-1. Period 2: Worthy down, and escaped in 17 seconds. No further scoring. Period 3: Stanec down, and escaped after 40 seconds. Worthy quickly scored a takedown, and Stanec escaped to make the score 5-3. Worthy was warned for stalling. Worthy added a point for riding time to win 6-3. Chris Vitale, Lehigh and Pat O'Donnell, Harvard were announced as wild cards at 165. 184_ Rob Rohn, Lehigh (22-10) vs Tom Tanis, Rutgers (30-5) Period 1: Rohn nearly scored on a go-behind, but Tanis got out of it. Rohn then converted an ankle pick, and rode for 19 seconds before Tanis escaped. Period 2: Rohn down, and escaped after 25 seconds. Rohn then scored on a double leg, and Tanis escaped to make the score 5-2. But Tanis got a takedown before the buzzer with 2 back points to go ahead 6-5. Period 3. Tanis down, and escaped immediately. Rohn tied the score by converting on a single leg. Warning Rohn. Rohn let him up. Warning Tanis. Takedown Tanis with 10 seconds left to win 10-7. Tanis is the first Rutgers champion since Surage in 1978. Greg Parker, Princeton was announced as a wild card at 174. 197_ Mike Fickell, Penn (19-3) vs Corey Anderson, Cornell (20-6) Period 1: Fickell immediately scored a takedown, but Anderson escaped on a roll through. Fickell scored again, and put on a tough ride before Anderson escaped, with Fickell having a 1:12 riding time advantage. Fickell leads 4-2. Period 2: Anderson down, with Fickell riding hard again. Warning Anderson. Warning Fickell. Anderson was close to a reversal, but the period ended with Fickell leading 4-2. Period 3: Fickell down, and scored an escape after over a minute, and earned another point for Anderson stalling. Takedown Fickell, but Anderson escaped to make the score 8-3. Fickell scored another TD at the buzzer and added riding time to win 11-3. Francis Volpe of Harvard was announced as a wild card at 184. 285_ Dawid Rechul, Harvard (21-8) vs Bronson Lingamfelter, Brown (27-6) Period 1: Lingamfelter scored on a trip and picked up two back points to lead 4-0 early in the period. Rechul turned him again for a 3-point near fall, and then gained the fall at 1:11. Rechul haf four pins in the tournament, and scored his fifth straight win over Lingamfelter. Rick Romero, Rutgers was announced as a wild card selection at 197. Shawn Laughlin, Lehigh was announced as a wild card selection at 285.
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