Preview #23 Princeton vs. #22 Rider

This match must be the shortest travel time for any D1 teams in the country. 7 miles and 1 turn later Princeton will pull into Alumni Gym in Lawrenceville. Both teams have been ranked this season and there could be a half dozen young men competing that will be serious AA contenders come March. Will they all go? This time of year many coaches like to give their guys a little rest as everyone is at least a little nicked up. If both teams put out their A line up I think that the dual is a toss up with the slightest of edges to Princeton. That said conference championships are settled and team wins aren’t as important right now as being ready for the first weekend in March.
6pm Wrestlers in business
Alumni Gym 7pm
125lbs: Ty Agaisse (P) vs. JR Wert (R) Toss up
133lbs: – Patrick D’Arcy (P) edge vs. Anthony Cefolo (R)
141lbs: – Matthew Kolodzik (P) edge vs. Evan Fidelibus (R)
149lbs: – Jordan Laster (P) edge vs. Jesse Rodgers (R)
157lbs: – Mike D’Angelo (P) vs. BJ Clagon (R) edge
165lbs: – Leonard Merkin/Matt Gancayo vs. Chad Walsh (R) edge
174lbs: – Carlin Powell (P) vs. Dean Sherry (R) Toss up
184lbs: – Ian Baker (P) vs. Mike Fagg-Daves (R) Toss up
197lbs: – Troy Murtha/Brett Harner (P) vs. Ryan Wolfe (R) edge
285lbs:- Ray O’Donnell (P) edge vs Mauro Correnti (R)
see you there

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