InterMat Wrestling – Binghamton wins fourth straight

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.CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The Binghamton wrestling team heads home with back-to-back EIWA wins under its belt. The Bearcats took a dominating 33-14 victory over Harvard earlier in the afternoon before making the trip to Providence, Rhode Island where Binghamton won 19-15 over the Bears.

“We’ve got a lot of momentum right now,” head coach Kyle Borshoff said. “We’re doing a good job of building off of our success. We’ve been talking a lot about attitude and effort these last few weeks and the guys are stepping up in a huge way. It’s really exciting to watch our team wrestle right now and if we keep up this intensity that we’re bringing to the mat I think we’re going to surprise a lot of people these next few months.”

Highlights

  • With its wins today, Binghamton moves to 4-3 overall with a 3-2 EIWA record.

    Four Bearcats went 2-0 on the day.
  • 133-pounder Zack Trampe and 174-pounder Vincent DePrez each won their fourth consecutive match tonight against Brown.
  • 141-pounder Anthony Sparacio and 184-pounder Lou DePrez each won their sixth straight match tonight against Brown.
  • In the match against Harvard, Vincent DePrez recorded his first fall of the season over Leo Tarantino at 2:54.
  • 197-pounder Alex Melikian went 1-1 on the day, recording his first tech-fall of the season, 17-2 over Harvard’s Cole Bateman.
  • Sparacio outscored his opponents 33-9 today, earning a major decision over Harvard’s Tucker Ribman (11-2) and a tech-fall over Brown’s Colin Realbuto (22-7). The major decision was the junior’s first bonus point win of the season.
  • 165-pounder Aidan Monteverdi extended his win streak to three with a victory over Harvard’s Tyler Tarsi, 7-4. The streak was later broken, after Monteverdi dropped a hard-fought match in sudden victory to No. 14 nationally ranked Jon Viruet of Brown.
  • With his major decision over Brown’s CJ LaFragola, Lou DePrez leads the team with nine bonus point wins, four coming in his last five matches.

    Binghamton 33, Harvard 14

    125: Nolan Hellickson MD Steven Bulzomi,13-4

    133: Zack Trampe dec. Lukus Stricker, 9-2

    141: Anthony Sparacio MD Tucker Ribman, 11-2

    149: Brock Wilson FALL Frankie Garcia, 3:57

    157: Hunter Ladnier MD Christopher Barker, 9-1

    165: Aidan Monteverdi dec. Tyler Tarsi, 7-4

    174: Vincent DePrez FALL Leo Tarantino, 2:54

    184: #8 Lou DePrez Inj. Clifton Wang, 1:21

    197: Alex Melikian TF Cole Bateman, 17-2

    285: Joe Doyle, Forfeit

    Binghamton 19, Brown 15

    125: Trey Keeley dec. Steven Bulzomi, 4-3 (Brown 3-0)

    133: Zack Trampe dec. Hunter Kosco, 6-2 (Tied 3-3)

    141: Anthony Sparacio TF Colin Realbuto, 22-7 (Binghamton 8-3)

    149: Frankie Garcia dec. Jack Bokina, 7-3 (Binghamton 11-3)

    157: Christian LaBrie dec. Christopher Barker, 7-6 (Binghamton 11-6)

    165: #18 Jon Viruet dec. Aidan Monteverdi, 3-1 SV-1 (Binghamton 11-9)

    174: Vincent DePrez MD Cade Wilson, 8-0 (Binghamton 15-9)

    184: #8 Lou DePrez MD CJ LaFragola, 10-2 (Binghamton 19-9)

    197: Nino Bastianelli dec. Alex Melikian, 6-2 (Binghamton 19-12)

    285: Ian Butterbrodt dec. Joe Doyle, 6-2 (Binghamton 19-15)

    Next Up

    Binghamton travels to Sacred Heart on Friday, Feb. 1 for a 7 PM EIWA matchup with the Pioneers.





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