Keller earned a hard-fought 4-1 win over Nick Widmann at 141, while Monday scored a first-period pin over Evan Barczak at 157, both of which helped Princeton to its ninth team win of the season. Four Tiger freshmen had big wins on the day; 10th-ranked Patrick Glory posted a first-period fall at 125, while Travis Stefanik earned a 5-3 at 174 pounds.
While that quartet will make their EIWA Championships debut in two weeks at Binghamton, sophomore Jonathan Gomez will be looking to build on his impressive performance at the 2018 Championships. He made a run to the podium at the 2018 EIWA Championships, and Gomez had a terrific final push into the 2019 Championships when he pinned Alex Salas during the first period of their 133-pound match.
Princeton junior Matthew Kolodzik suffered his second loss of the season — and his first to an unranked opponent — when Parker Kropman scored a late takedown in a 3-1 win at 149 pounds. Kolodzik, who entered the weekend ranked second nationally, suffered an unranked loss last February as well, and he didn’t lose again until the NCAA semifinals.
285 – #14 Joey Goodhart (Drexel) def. Kendall Elfstrum (Princeton) / MD, 12-2 / Drexel 4-0
125 – #10 Patrick Glory (Princeton) def. Antonio Mininno (Drexel) / F, 1:11 / Princeton, 6-4
133 – Jonathan Gomez (Princeton) def. Alex Salas (Drexel) / F, 1:43 / Princeton, 12-4
141 – Marshall Keller (Princeton) def. Nick Widmann (Drexel) / D, 4-1 / Princeton, 15-4
149 – Parker Kropman (Drexel) def. #2 Matthew Kolodzik (Princeton) / D, 3-1 / Princeton, 15-7
157 – Quincy Monday (Princeton) def. Evan Barczak (Drexel) / F, 1:56 / Princeton, 21-7
165 – #15 Ebed Jarrell (Drexel) def. Leonard Merkin (Princeton) / D, 11-7 / Princeton, 21-10
174 – Travis Stefanik (Princeton) def. Bryan McLaughlin (Drexel) / D, 5-3 / Princeton, 24-10
184 – Anthony Walters (Drexel) def. Chase Piperato (Princeton) / D, 8-5 / Princeton, 24-13
197 – #3 Patrick Brucki (Princeton) def. #14 Stephen Loiseau (Drexel) / D, 13-6 / Princeton, 27-13