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Edinboro University Jarrod King

National Champion 165 lbs.

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Jarrod King ... Path to the National Championship Jarrod King became Edinboro’s fourth NCAA Division I National Champion with a 3­2 upset of second­seeded Andrew Howe of Wisconsin. King came in as the 12th seed and upset three seeds to join Sean O’Day, Josh Koscheck and teammate Gregor Gillespie as Edinboro national champions.

The Championship Trail } First Round Defeated Rex Kendle, Michigan State, F1:04 } Second Round Defeated Nick Amuchastegui, Stanford, 5­1 } Quarterfinals Defeated Moza Fay, Northern Iowa (#4 seed), 12­5 } Semifinals Defeated Jonathan Reader, Iowa State (#8 seed), RT 6­6 tb2 } Finals Defeated Andrew Howe, Wisconsin (#2 seed), 3­2

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2009-10 Edinboro University Wrestling Edinboro Fast Facts

Table of Contents } Coaching Staff

2008­09 Tournament Results................................36

Head Coach Tim Flynn ...................................... 2­3, 5 Assistant Coaches .................................................. 4­5

} Team Information

Fast Facts ...................................................................... 1 2009­10 Schedule ..............................................1, OBC 2009­10 Preview...................................................... 6­8 Returning National Qualifiers ............................10­16 2009­10 Fighting Scots ........................................ 17­25 Roster/Roster Breakdown......................................26

} Season Review

2008­09 in Review ..............................................28­29 2008­09 Dual Meet Results................................30­31 The 2009 NCAA Championships............................32 Edinboro NCAA Tournament Results ..................33 The 2009 EWL Tournament ..................................34 The 2009 PSAC Championships ............................35 2008­09 Results........................................................ 36 2008­09 Individual Statistics ..................................36

} History

NCAA Division I National Champions ..................38 NCAA Honors & Awards........................................ 39 Edinboro All­Americans.......................................... 40 EWL Honors & Awards ............................................41 PSAC Honors & Awards ..........................................42 Year­by­Year Records ..............................................43 Career Coaching Records........................................43 All­Time Roster ....................................................44­45 All­Time Division I Results ................................ 46­47 All­Time vs. Opponents............................................47 All­Time Individual Records ....................................48 All­Time Team ............................................................49 EWL Hall of Fame......................................................49

} Miscellaneous

This is Edinboro University .................................... 50 President Dr. Jeremy D. Brown ............................50 Director of Athletics Bruce Baumgartner..........IBC

2009-10 Wrestling Schedule Date

Opponent

Site

Time

Sat., Nov. 7 Sat., Nov. 14

at EMU Open at Brockport/Oklahoma Gold Showcase at Sprawl & Brawl Classic vs. Sacred Heart vs. Rider vs. Penn State PSAC CHAMPIONSHIPS at Ohio State at Reno Tournament at Southern Scuffle

Ypsilanti, MI

All Day

Brockport, NY Binghamton, NY

Edinboro, PA Perrysburg, OH Reno, NV Greensboro, NC

All Day All Day 9:45 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m. All Day 2:00 p.m. All Day All Day

at Virginia Duals

Hampton, VA

All Day

BUFFALO at Clarion# at Lock Haven# BLOOMSBURG# at Cleveland State# NORTH CAROLINA EDINBORO OPEN at Pittsburgh# WEST VIRGINIA# at EWL Tournament at NCAA Division I National Championships

Edinboro, PA Clarion, PA Lock Haven, PA Edinboro, PA Cleveland, OH Edinboro, PA Edinboro, PA Pittsburgh, PA Edinboro, PA Morgantown, WV Omaha, NE

7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. All Day 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. All Day All Day

Sun., Nov. 22

Sat., Dec. 5 Sun., Dec. 13 Sun., Dec. 20 Tue., Dec. 29 to Wed., Dec. 30 Fri., Jan. 8 to Sat., Jan. 9 Sat., Jan. 16 Sun., Jan. 17 Sat., Jan. 23 Fri., Feb. 5 Sat., Feb. 6 Fri., Feb. 12 Sat., Feb. 13 Fri., Feb. 19 Sat., Feb. 20 Sun., Mar. 7 Thur., Mar. 18 to Sat., Mar. 20 # EWL match

Credits

The 2009­10 Edinboro University Wrestling Media Guide is a production of the sports information department, Bob Shreve, director. Photo credits to Mike Gallagher, Bob Wheeler, Bob McCool and Chip Clarke.

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Location: Edinboro, PA 16444 Enrollment: 8.287 Nickname: Fighting Scots Colors: Red & White Affiliation: NCAA I Conference: Eastern Wrestling League; Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Arena: McComb Fieldhouse Capacity: 3,500 President: Dr. Jeremy D. Brown Athletic Director: Bruce Baumgartner Head Coach: Tim Flynn (Penn State ‘81) Record at Edinboro: 136­39­4, 13th year Career Record: 136­39­4, 13th year Assistant Coaches: Cliff Moore (Iowa ‘04); Kyle Cerminara (Buffalo ‘09); Joey Fendone (Edinboro ‘09) Office Phone: (814) 732­1856 Trainer: Gary Hanna 2008­09 Record: 14­4­1 2008­09 NCAA Tournament Finish: 6th EWL Record/Finish: 5­0­1/1st PSAC Record/Finish: 3­0­0/1st Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/6 NCAA Qualifiers Returning/Lost: 6/4 Eric Morrill (125 lbs. in ‘08); Torsten Gillespie (149 lbs.); Jarrod King (165 lbs.); Chris Honeycutt (184 lbs.); Pat Bradshaw (197 lbs.); Chris Birchler (Hwt. with East Stroudsburg) All­Americans Returning/Lost: 1/2 Jarrod King (165 lbs. ­­ 1st)

Starters Returning Name Eric Morrill* Torsten Gillespie Gregor Gillespie Jarrod King Phil Moricone# Paul Paddock Chris Honeycutt@ Pat Bradshaw

Wt. 125 149 157 165 174 174 184 197

Yr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Jr.

2008­09 Record 17­5 27­19 37­4 32­5 3­0 10­14 33­8 26­9

* redshirted in ‘08­09 # missed most of season with injury @ expected to redshirt

Starters Lost Name Paul Donahoe Ricky Deubel Steve Waite Gregor Gillespie Joey Fendone

Wt. 125 133 141 157 Hwt.

2008­09 Record 35­1 26­14 10­7 41­3 30­8

Key Newcomers Name Shawn Giblin Johnny Greisheimer Matt Laird Chris Birchler

Wt. 133 157 157 Hwt.

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr.

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Head Coach

TimFlynn 13th Year Penn State ‘86

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ike DeAnna, Bruce Baumgartner, and now Tim Flynn. Edinboro University has been blessed with outstanding wrestling coaches since elevating the program to Division I status in the mid­80's. Flynn enters his 13th season in charge of the Fighting Scot wrestlers, and prior to that he served as an assistant coach under Baumgartner for five years. The former Penn State All­American has produced quite a legacy in his 12 seasons at the helm. Edinboro has dominated eastern wrestling circles during Flynn's reign, winning the Eastern Wrestling League Championship the last seven years and 11 of the last 12 years, along with the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Tournament title 10 times in the last 12 campaigns. In addition, Edinboro at one point a year ago had won 34 of 35 dual matches, and has a current streak of 55 wins in the last 64 dual matches. Finally, the Fighting Scots have not lost in 25 straight EWL duals, going 24­0­1, with straight seasons without a loss. Flynn is working his magic nationally, as well. He has guided three of his last four edi­ tions to some of the most dominant cam­ paigns in Edinboro history. Last year saw the Fighting Scots finish sixth at the NCAA Division I National Championships, tying the 1997 team for the top finish since Edinboro moved up to Division I. Three wrestlers earned All­American hon­ ors, marking the third time in four years with three All­Americans. That included the third national champion to train under Flynn, as Jarrod King came away with the national crown at 165 lbs. In addition, Paul Donahoe reached the finals at 125 lbs., marking the first time Edinboro had two wrestlers in the finals. Donahoe would finish second, while Gregor Gillespie joined Josh Koscheck as a four­time All­ American with a fourth place finish at 157 lbs. All that winning led to more awards for Flynn, as he was recognized as the EWL Coach

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of the Year for the fifth time and the PSAC Coach of the Year for the eighth time. Edinboro finished the season with a 14­4­1 record, giving Flynn a 136­39­5 record at Edinboro. He broke Fred Caro’s record for career victories a year ago. During his 12 years he has produced 24 All­ Americans and 97 national qualifiers, capped by Josh Koscheck's national championship at 174 lbs. in 2001, Gillespie’s in 2007, and King’s last spring. Koscheck became Edinboro's second all­ time national champion at the Division I level, and with a third place finish in 2002, became Edinboro's first four­time All­American. The 2005­06 Fighting Scots finished with a perfect 12­0 record, the only Division I team in the country to go undefeated. They dominat­ ed the PSAC Championships, as nine wrestlers reached the finals and six earned champi­ onships, both PSAC records. Next came the EWL Tournament, where despite just two wrestlers capturing first place, nine earned a trip to Nationals, as Edinboro outdistanced West Virginia for its fourth straight EWL crown. Flynn would later be named the EWL Coach of the Year for the fourth time. Finally came a memorable three­day stay in Oklahoma City, OK. Edinboro departed the NCAA Division I National Championships with three All­Americans and an eighth place finish, the highest since the 1997 team finished sixth, and the third­highest finish ever. The three All­ Americans were the most since 2000. The 2006­07 team came back with the second straight top ten finish at Nationals, fin­ ishing ninth. The Fighting Scots once again had three All­Americans, includ­ ing the program’s third national champion, and second under Flynn, as Gregor Gillespie brought home the title at 149 lbs. Edinboro ended the year with a 17­1 record, a school record for wins, and finished the regular season ranked sixth, the highest in school history. The lone loss came to eighth­ranked Penn State, and the Scots avenged that loss with a 19­17 victory later in the season to finish first in the Virginia Duals. The Fighting Scots once again won the PSAC Championship, as all ten wrestlers earned All­PSAC honors with at least a third place finish, including five champions. Three grapplers came away with first place finishes at the EWL Tournament, and eight qualified for Nationals. Flynn was later named the PSAC Coach of the Year for the sixth time. The 2007­08 Edinboro edition appeared primed for a third straight top ten finish as all ten wrestlers qualified for Nationals. But the Fighting Scots had a rough showing

at Nationals, finishing in a tie for 21st. One of the few bright spots was Gregor Gillespie plac­ ing fifth at 157 lbs. to earn All­American honors for the third time. In addition, Edinboro dominated the EWL Tournament and PSAC Championships, with Flynn being named the PSAC Coach of the Year for the seventh time. Edinboro tied the PSAC record with seven individual champions. In 2005, The Fighting Scots finished 28th at Nationals, the first time that Edinboro had not finished in the top 25 during Flynn’s tenure. However, the Fighting Scots could still take solace in Shawn Bunch’s second place fin­ ish at 133 lbs. He became just the sixth Boro grappler to earn a runner­up spot. Edinboro previously recorded a 12th place finish in 2001 and a 14th place finish in 2002 under Flynn, plus a pair of 15th place finishes. In 2004­05, Flynn took a young and inexpe­ rienced lineup, and one which would battle injuries throughout the year, and led it to a 9­5­1 record. It would have been easy to use the inex­ perience and injuries as an excuse, particularly when the Fighting Scots failed to win their fourth straight PSAC title. Instead, Flynn rallied his grapplers to a resounding first place finish at the EWL Tournament. Bunch was the lone individual champion, but six Fighting Scots qualified for Nationals. Flynn was recognized as the PSAC Coach of the Year in 2004 after guiding Edinboro to a 10­3 finish and a third straight PSAC title. In 2003 he was named both the EWL and PSAC Coach of the Year.

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Head Coach The 2003­04 Fighting Scot edition matured as the year went on, easily capturing the PSAC crown as five grapplers brought home individual titles, one shy of the school record. Just over a month later the Fighting Scots rallied from six points down entering the final session to tie West Virginia for the EWL championship. A record­tying four Scots were crowned champions, with six Edinboro wrestlers qualifying for Nationals. Edinboro also won the EWL dual meet title for the fourth time in six seasons, unseat­ ing West Virginia with a 25­13 upset of the Mountaineers in Morgantown and ending WVU's 19­match EWL winning streak. The Fighting Scots posted a perfect 7­0 record in EWL competition. A youthful Edinboro squad surprised the experts by finishing with a 10­5 record in 2003, winning both the EWL and PSAC Championships. The Scots only finished third during the EWL dual meet season, but thanks to four first place finishes and all ten wrestlers placing no lower than fourth, Edinboro outdis­ tanced West Virginia to reclaim the EWL Tournament crown from the Mountaineers. The PSAC Championship featured four individ­ ual champions. Matt King went on to place fourth at 165 lbs. at Nationals, with eight Scots qualifying for Nationals. The Fighting Scots posted a 10­4 ledger the year before, extending their EWL unbeaten streak to 25 straight matches before an injury­ ravaged team suffered a loss at Lock Haven. The Boro edged Lock Haven in the PSAC Championships, and later went on to finish sec­ ond to West Virginia at the EWL Tournament. Seven Fighting Scots qualified for Nationals at EWLs, with Koscheck and Cory Ace going on to earn All­American status at Nationals. Ace fin­ ished eighth at 133 lbs. Edinboro finished with an 11­3­1 record in 2001, concluding the campaign with an EWL unbeaten streak of 22 matches. The streak was interrupted by a 16­16 tie with Virginia Tech early in the season, but Edinboro went on to finish as the regular season EWL champion for the sixth time in the last eight years, including the last three seasons. The Scots were 21­0­1 during their 22­match unbeaten streak. Edinboro then easily outdistanced Lock Haven at the EWL Championships. To top it off, a record­tying nine Fighting Scots qualified for Nationals, helping the Boro finish with an all­time high point total in Iowa City, IA. The 12th place finish led all eastern schools, and was the highest finish by an Edinboro squad since the 1996­97 squad fin­ ished sixth. Flynn was recognized as the EWL Coach of the Year following the 2001 season. Flynn came to Edinboro following three seasons as a graduate assistant coach at his alma mater, Penn State. In his first season as head coach the Fighting Scots were only 7­7 in dual matches, but went on to win the PSAC Championship and the EWL Championship. It marked the first­ever EWL crown for Edinboro.

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With a record nine wrestlers going to Nationals, the Boro placed 15th at Nationals. In 1998­99, the Fighting Scots closed out the season with eight straight wins to finish at 11­3­1. For the second year in a row they cap­ tured the PSAC and EWL crowns, with eight Scots heading to Penn State for the NCAA Tournament. Edinboro finished 18th among the 79­team field. Flynn was recognized as the EWL Coach of the Year thanks to a perfect 7­0 league mark. Edinboro's unbeaten dual match streak reached 19 in 1999­2000 before Central Michigan handed the Scots an 18­15 defeat. It would be the only setback that year, as Flynn's third team went 14­1. That included a first­ever win over Penn State by a 19­14 count in State College. Edinboro had lost its previous eight meetings with the Nittany Lions. In addition, the Scots took first place at the prestigious Virginia Duals. The Scots would win their third straight PSAC and EWL titles, with Flynn recognized as the PSAC Coach of the Year for the third straight year. He was also honored as Edinboro's Coach of the Year in 1999­2000. Eight more wrestlers headed to Nationals, securing a 15th place finish for the Scots. Joining the program as an assistant coach prior to the start of the 1992­93 season, Flynn assisted Baumgartner to a 56­21 record during his five year period as an aide, including a perfect 14­ 0 dual match record and a 6th place finish at Nationals, the best in school history, in '95­96. The Scots won three out of four EWL dual meet championships from 1994­97, with perfect 6­0 records each year, and claimed just the sec­ ond PSAC Championship in school history in 1994­95. Following three standout sea­ sons at Vista High School in Vista, CA, Flynn moved east to finish his prep career at Annapolis Senior High School in Annapolis, MD. He went on to enjoy a stellar career at Penn State, captaining the 1986­87 squad while earning All­American honors at 134 pounds. He went 30­10­1 as a senior, winning the EWL title and finishing seventh at Nationals. The Nittany Lions enjoyed one of their greatest sea­ sons ever with an 18­1­1 record and a third place finish at the NCAA Tournament. Flynn finished with a 105­32­2 record, still ranking among the all­ time career leaders in victories for the Nittany Lions. He also won the EWL title as a junior in 1986 while competing at 126 pounds, finishing with a 30­7­1 mark. He qualified for Nationals as a sophomore as well after finishing second at the EWL Championships. He was four­time Midlands Championships place winner, a two­time Mat Town USA

All-Americans under Tim Flynn 1998 1999 2000

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

2007

2008 2009

Jason Robison Josh Koscheck Mark Samples Josh Koscheck Shaun Shapert Kevin Welsh Josh Koscheck David Shunamon Cory Ace Josh Koscheck Matt King Matt King Nate Yetzer Shawn Bunch Shawn Bunch Deonte Penn Gregor Gillespie Gregor Gillespie Alex Clemsen Deonte Penn Gregor Gillespie Jarrod King Paul Donahoe Gregor Gillespie

190 174 165 174 157 184 174 197 133 174 165 165 174 133 133 165 149 149 184 165 157 165 125 157

2nd 4th 7th 2nd 7th 6th 1st 6th 8th 3rd 4th 3rd 8th 2nd 3rd 4th 7th 1st 4th 7th 5th 1st 2nd 4th

champion, and was an Espoir National freestyle runner­up in 1984. Flynn graduated from Penn State in 1987 with a bachelor's degree in Business Management. He later earned his master's degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance in 1990. He and his wife, Tanya, reside in Edinboro with their two children ­ Logan, 12 years old, and Riley, nine years old.

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Assistant Coaches

Cliff Moore

4th Year Iowa ‘04

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ormer NCAA champion Cliff Moore was hired as assistant wrestling coach during the summer of 2006 and enters his fourth season at Edinboro. Moore joined the Fighting Scots after working the previous two years with the Iowa program, his alma mater. After serving as the strength and conditioning coach in 2004­05, he was an administrative assistant his second year. Moore joined the Iowa wrestling program in 1999 after winning three state titles as a prepster at Hempstead (IA) High School. Over the next five years, he would win one national title and earn All­American status three times, in addition to claiming two Big Ten titles. The nation­ al championship came while competing at 141 lbs. as a senior in 2003­04. That capped a year in which he finished 33­2 after defeating Nebraska’s Matt Murray, 5­2, in the national title match. He was presented the Mike Howard Award as Iowa’s most valuable wrestler. Moore ended his career with twenty straight wins, including his second Big Ten title. All told, Moore posted a 109­24 career record. After redshirting in 1999­2000, he was 17­3 in 2000­01 while competing at 133 lbs. In 2001­02, he took over as the starter at 133 lbs. and proceeded to earn All­ American honors with a sixth place finish at Nationals. Moore ended the year with a 28­10 record, placing fifth at the Big Ten Championships. He won three tournament titles, including the Midlands Tournament. Moore captured Big Ten titles as a junior and senior. He gained another sixth place finish and All­American honors at Nationals in 2002­03, once again competing at 133 lbs. While ending the season with a 31­9 record, he captured his first Big Ten title with a 3­1 win over Minnesota’s Ryan Lewis in sudden victory. He was named the John and Dorothy Sill Award winner as Iowa’s most dedicated wrestler. A native of Dubuque, Iowa, Moore graduated from Iowa with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in Marketing, in 2004. He was named a wrestling Academic All­American in 2003. Moore was a member of the 2006 National Freestyle Team. Moore and his wife Michelle reside in Edinboro and have two sons, Carver (4) and Maddox (2), who were born 16 months apart.

Kyle Cerminara

2nd Year Buffalo ‘09

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ormer University at Buffalo All­ American Kyle Cerminara joined the Edinboro staff a year ago as a volunteer coach. This year he was elevated to a full­time assistant. Cerminara enjoyed a distinguished career at Buffalo, finishing with the best career winning percentage in school history (.784). While competing at 197 lbs., he finished with a 137­ 34 career ledger. That included three seasons with 30­or­more wins, including a 41­6 record in 2003­04, a school record for wins. The 2003­04 season was also the year Cerminara became Buffalo’s first male All­American as a Division I institution, finishing eighth with a 41­6 record. He also won his second Mid­American Conference champi­

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onship that season. As a senior Cerminara fell just shy of another 40­win season, finishing 39­4 while going 2­2 in his third trip to Nationals. He was eliminated by MAC rival Wynn Michalek of Central Michigan, 7­5. It marked the third loss that year to Michalek. He ran off a school­record 34 straight wins at one point. Cerminara was ranked second by InterMat and Amateur Wrestling News and third by WIN Magazine and the WrestlingMall.com heading into Nationals. He also became UB’s first champion in the Las Vegas Invitational, and also won title at Mat Town USA Invitational. Cerminara posted a 26­13 record as a freshman in 2001­02, winning the MAC championship and winning one match at Nationals. He fin­ ished with a 31­11 record as a sophomore. Cerminara continues to remain active in wrestling. He placed sec­ ond at the 2009 U.S. Nationals at 96­kilograms to earn a spot in the World Team Trials. There he placed fourth in the 96­kilogram freestyle challenge tournament. A native of Lewistown, NY, who was a New York state champion as a senior at Lewiston­Porter. He completed work on his Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Buffalo this past spring.

Joey Fendone

1st Year Edinboro ‘09

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our­time national qualifier Joey Fendone begins his first season as an assistant coach with the Fighting Scots. Fendone wrapped up his career last spring with his third trip to Nationals at heavyweight, along with qualifying once at 197 lbs. He concluded his career tied for 19th in career wins with a 105­40 record. He ranks second in career falls with 45. As a fifth­year senior Fendone won his second PSAC title while recording a 30­8 record at heavyweight. That included 20 falls to tie Deonte Penn’s school record. Fendone ended the year ranked 12th by InterMat and 14th by Amateur Wrestling News. He finished second at the EWL Championships to qualify for Nationals, and then went 3­2 in St. Louis. He took home first place at the Oklahoma Gold Classic. As a junior Fendone finished with an 18­11 record with six falls. he was hampered by an ankle injury that forced him to miss a month of the season, but he still finished the year ranked 12th by Amateur Wrestling News and 17th by InterMat. He placed third at both the EWL Tournament and PSAC Championships. Fendone fell one win shy of earning All­American honors in his first season as a heavyweight as a sophomore. He capped a 28­12 season with a great run at Nationals, losing to national runnerup Aaron Anspach of Penn State, 11­1, in the quarterfinals, before coming back with a pair of wins in the wrestlebacks. He decisioned Kyle Massey of Wisconsin, 10­7, then picked up his biggest win as a heavyweight with a 4­3 decision over Iowa’s Matt Fields, who was seeded seventh. With All­American status on the line, suffered his fourth loss to Bloomsburg’s Mike Spaid, but extended the ninth seed to sudden victory before losing 6­4. He was a wildcard selection to Nationals in 2006­07 after finishing fourth at the EWL Tournament. He finished second at the PSAC Championships, falling to Spaid in the finals. Fendone began his career at 197 lbs. He enjoyed a cinderella sea­ son, taking over as the starter at 197 lbs. in mid­January, then proceed­ ing to dominate the competition, running off 13 straight wins at one point to climb into the national rankings. He ended the year with a 29­9 ledger and ranked second on the team with 11 falls, tied for the 17th­ most in school history. In his first trip to Nationals he went 1­2. He placed second at the EWL Tournament and picked up the title at PSAC

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Assistant Coaches Championships. He was named to Amateur Wrestling News’ 2006 All­ Rookie Team, on the fourth team. Fendone was a highly­touted recruit who was only the second wrestler ever to win three New England Tournament titles and a three­ time Massachusetts state champion. He captured three Massachusetts state championships at 215 lbs. at Central Catholic High School in massa­ chusetts, and set the school record with a 176­6 career record and had 120 falls, also a school record. He was twice named the Boston Globe Wrestler of the Year and was a four­time All­State and Boston Herald All­State team selection . He posted the first undefeated record in school history as a senior (36­0). Fendone received his bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration this past May. His brother Shawn is a fourth­year junior on the Fighting Scots and competes at 197 lbs.

Mike Hahesy

Director of Wrestling Operations 8th Year Edinboro ‘87

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ormer Fighting Scot All­American Mike Hahesy returned to Edinboro as an assistant coach eight years ago. Hahesy previously served as an assis­ tant coach at Gannon University from 1998­2002, helping produce eight All­Americans and one National Champion. A year ago he took over a new role as director of operations

for the wrestling program. Hahesy earned Division II All­American honors twice at Edinboro after transferring from the University of Iowa. He captured the 158 lb. National Championship in 1985, one of five Division II National Champions ever at Edinboro and only one of seven all­time National Champions at Edinboro. He finished second at 158 lbs. the following year. He finished with a 36­6­1 record in 1984­85, and was 33­8­2 in 1985­86. His career winning percentage of .820 (69­14­3) is the 12th­best in school history. A 1987 graduate of Edinboro with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health and Physical Education, Hahesy was inducted into the Edinboro University Athletic Hall of Fame in 1998. He was inducted into the NCAA Division II National Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2002. In addition, he was recognized as the Sox Harrison Award winner in 1986, symbolic of Edinboro's top senior male athlete. Hahesy served as the head wrestling coach at Warren(Pa.) High School from 1988­93, posting a record of 51­20­2. He produced three state qualifiers and one state runner­up. Next came a three­year stint at McDowell High School, coaching the Trojans from 1993­96. During that time McDowell had a 37­5 record, winning the Metro League champi­ onship, Sectional championship and District championship. He had eight state qualifiers. He was named the District 10 Sectional Wrestling Coach of the Year in 1993, '95 and '96. Hahesy resides in Erie and is the proud father of three children ­­ Madison (17), Haley (16), and Hunter (13). In addition to his undergraduate degree from Edinboro, Hahesy received a Master's of Education Degree in Administration, Supervision and Curriculum from St. Bonaventure University in June 1993, and a Doctorate of Education Degree in Administration and Leadership from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in August 2002. He was hired as an assistant professor in the Health & Physical Education Department at Edinboro five years ago after previously serving as the assistant principal at Fairview(Pa.) High School.

Tim Flynn at Edinboro TIM FLYNN’S YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORD Year 1997­98 1998­99

Record 7­7­0 11­3­1

1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09 12 Years

PSAC 1st 1st

EWL 1st 1st

NCAA 15th 18th

AA’s 1 2

14­1­0 11­3­1 10­4­0 10­5­0

1st 2nd 1st 1st

1st 1st 2nd 1st

15th 12th 14th 24th

3 2 2 1

10­3­0 9­5­1 12­0­0 17­1­0 11­3­0 14­4­1

1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st

T1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

24th 28th 8th 9th T21st 6th

2 1 3 3 1 3

Highlights PSAC Coach of the Year PSAC Coach of the Year EWL Coach of the Year PSAC Coach of the Year EWL Coach of the Year EWL Coach of the Year PSAC Coach of the Year PSAC Coach of the Year EWL Coach of the Year PSAC Coach of the Year PSAC Coach of the Year EWL Coach of the Year PSAC Coach of the Year

136-39-4

u Eight­time PSAC Coach of the Year u Five­time EWL Coach of the Year u 52 PSAC Champions u 32 EWL Champions u 105 National Qualifiers u24 All­Americans u3 National Champions

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2009-10 Season Preview Flynn Hopes Experienced Lineup Leads to Strong Showing at Nationals champion a year ago when he claimed the 165 lb. crown. King was awarded a sixth year by four years at the NCAA Division I National the NCAA after missing two years due to Championships, the Edinboro wrestling team injuries at Oklahoma. heads into each season with high expectations. King is a two­time national qualifier as a That’s the case again in 2009­10, and if Fighting Scot. Pat Bradshaw, Phil Moricone and anything, head coach Tim Flynn expects to Torsten Gillespie seek their third trips to Nationals. rode the momentum of a sixth place finish a Bradshaw moves down from 197 to 184 lbs., year ago. That ties the highest finish by an where he will replace another two­time qualifier, Edinboro team since the move to Division I. Chris Honeycutt. Honeycutt will redshirt. the 1996­97 squad also finished sixth. Moricone has a long road back after miss­ To be sure, Edinboro suffered some huge ing all but the first weekend of competition last losses from last year’s team, most notable All­ year with a back injury. He is a two­time national Americans Paul Donahoe (125 lbs.) and Gregor qualifier at 174 lbs. who gained a sixth year of Gillespie (157 lbs.). The latter goes down as one cometition and is now in graduate school. of Edinboro’s all­time greats with a school­record Gillespie seeks his second trip to Nationals 152 wins with four All­American certificates. at 149 lbs. after qualifying as a freshman at 141 Throw in heavyweight Joey Fendone (105 lbs. It was hoped that he could join Honeycutt career wins) and 133 pounder Ricky Deubel as a redshirt, but certain circumstances have (102 wins) and the Fighting Scots have a lot of led him to remain in teh lineup. wins to replace. Donahoe’s replacement at 125 lbs. is Eric But Flynn has an experienced wrestler at Morrill, a junior who redshirted a year ago after every weight class, with a total of six wrestlers qualifying for Nationals in 2008. having qualified for Nationals previously. The Scots also have a capable replace­ “I think the team has great expectations ment for Fendone in Chris Birchler, a transfer of itself,” related Flynn. “We have two sixth­ from East Stroudsburg who fell one shy of All­ year kids. We have great leadership. We have American honors at heavyweight. a bunch of kids we don’t have to beg to work “We’ve had some injuries,” admitted out. It’s been smooth sailing.” Flynn. “Phil (Moricone) with the neck being Leading the way is Jarrod King, one of the healthy is our number one concern. We’ll try sixth­year wrestlers Flynn spoke of. King to focus on ourselves.” became just the fourth Edinboro national With Eastern Wrestling League titles 11 of the last 12 years and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference crowns in 10 of the last 12 years, Edinboro looks to maintain its recent domi­ nance as a Division I power. In addi­ tion, Edinboro has not lost in ist last 26 EWL matches, going 24­0­2. Overall Edinboro was 14­4­1 a year ago, with the losses to powerhous­ es Penn State, Ohio State, Lehigh and Oklahoma State. But there remains one clear goal for Flynn. “Edinboro has never got­ ten a team trophy,” Flynn empha­ sized, which goes to the top four teams. “We’re really focused to get into the top four. We have enough talent and manpower to do it.” As alway,s Flynn has put together an arduous schedule for his Fighting Scots. For tourna­ ments, Edinboro has the Oklahoma Gold Classic, the Reno Tournament and the Southern Scuffle. Then there’s dual matches against Ohio State, Penn State, Boise State and the usual EWL teams. In addition, Edinboro will Eric Morrill qualified for Nationals at 125 as a once again compete in the Virginai Duals. That field includes the likes sophomore before redshirting a year ago.

With three top ten finishes in the last

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of Oklahoma State and Lehigh. “I think our schedule is real difficult and real strong,” Flynn commented. “In the first semester alone we have the Reno Tournament, the Southern Scuffle and the duals with Penn State and Ohio State. That’s two pretty tough teams and tough tourna­ ments. We need that now with the new RPI.” Here’s a look at the Fighting Scots, weight class by weight class:

} 125 lbs.

Under most circumstances losing a national runnerup would leave a huge hole in the lineup. The loss of Paul Donahoe, the transfer from Nebraska who would go on to finish 35­1, is indeed a big one. But in Eric Morrill the Fighting Scots possess one of the top 125 pounders in the country. The junior redshirted last year, and as Flynn noted, “gained a lot of experience and confidence train­ ing with Paul Donahoe last year”. “It gives him the confidence to score points with the best in the country,” Flynn con­ tinued. “He has shown he can be with the best in the country.” Morrill competed in open tournaments a year ago and was 17­5. That included a fourth place finish at the Southern Scuffle. As a sophomore Morrill was 20­11 and earned his first trip to Nationals, where he went 2­2. He placed second at the EWL Tournament. Michael Bunn provides the Fighting Scots with depth. Flynn has liked what he’s seen of the senior, who trains hard in the workout room and now needs to take it on the mat. Bunn was 1­2 last year. Freshman Bijan Banks will likely redshirt.

} 133 lbs.

Just as at 125 lbs., a gap exists at 133 lbs., where Ricky Deubel has moved on after recording 102 career wins and reaching Nationals three times. Kyle Fluke has been in­and­out of the line­ up at 125 and 133 lbs. Now the senior has the chance for a full­time starting job. A year ago Fluke was the starter at 125 lbs. before Donahoe returned in January. Fluke had an 18­9 record and picked up a second place finish at the Southern Scuffle and the PSAC Championships, along with a thord at the Reno Tournament and a fourth place showing at the Oklahoma Gold Classic. “Kyle showed real promise last year at 125 lbs.,” related Flynn. “He feels more comfort­ able at 133 lbs.” Ashton Osterberg and Shawn Giblin are in reserve. Osterberg is a junior in his first season as a Fighting Scot after transferring from Thiel. He didn’t wrestle the last two years, but Flynn notes that he is in great shape and has the per­

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2009-10 Season Preview fect attitude to fit in with the team. Giblin is another of the many wrestlers Flynn has harvested from New England. The freshman became just the second wrestler in Rhode Island history to win four state championships. He won the title at 135 lbs. and then went on to capture the New England Championships, proceeding to be named the Outstanding Wrestler in both events. He had a 167­14 career record.

} 141 lbs.

Joel Webster is expected to take over as the starter at 141 lbs. after holding down the spot the first half of the 2008­09 season. A 5­4 decision over two­time national champion J Jaggers of Ohio State proves he can wrestle with the best in the country. Webster, a senior, went on to finish with a 17­ 9 ledger, winning the PSAC Championship along with a sixth place showing at the Reno Tournament. “Joel has shown when he’s on top of his game he can compete with the best,” stressed Flynn. “Now he needs to do it on a regular basis. He needs to perform at that level every time he goes out.” Freshmen Timmy Rich and Jon­Marc Burdick are in reserve. rich contines the New England theme on the roster, and was three­time New England state champion. He ended his career with a 189­12 record. Burdick also picked up over 100 wins as a prepster at Smethport(Pa.) High School.

} 149 lbs.

At one point there was thought about redshirt­ ing Torsten Gillespie this year, but look for the two­ time national qualifier to be in the lineup. Gillespie reached Nationals at 141 lbs. as a fresh­ man and then moved up to 149 lbs. as a sophomore and again qualified for Nationals. Gillespie has been up­and­done in his first two years, as evidenced by his 46­37 record. But he has been in against some of the best wrestlers in the country and proven he can compete. A year ago Gillespie improved from19­18 as a freshman to 27­19 with five falls . He brought home a first place finish at the PSAC Championships, along with a fifth place finish at the Oklahoma Gold Classic, a sixth place at the Reno Tournament, and a seventh place at the Southern Scuffle. He came in sixth at the EWL Tournament. This is one of the deeper weight classes for the Fighting Scots, with the likes of Kory Bissett and Jeff Brigham in reserve. Bissett is a former two­time PIAA placewinner who is now a thord­year sophomore. He was 5­8 a year ago. Brigham is a redshirt freshman who was 4­7 while competing in open tournaments last year. Flynn feels it’s time for both wrestlers to step up this year and pick up some wins at tournaments. Freshman Jordan Powell was a PIAA placewin­ ner a year ago while competing for Commodore Perry High School. He is a prime candidate to redshirt.

} 157 lbs.

Talk about big shoes to fill. freshmen Johnny Greisheimer and Matt Laird will attempt to replace

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four­time All­American Gregor Gillespie at 157 lbs. Edinboro’s all­time wins leader, Gillespie capped a brilliant career in which he won the national champi­ onship at 149 lbs. as a sophomore with a fourth place finish a year ago. Greisheimer is considered a “blue­chip” recruit who was a two­time New York state champion at Wantagh Hogh School. He concluded a brilliant craeer with a 182­14 record after winning the 152 lb. state title as a senior. “John trains his tail off,” complimented Flynn. “He is going to be a great one.” Laird does come as highly acclaimed as Greisheimer, but has a broght future nonetheless. In fact, Flynn predicts that “he will surprise a lot of people”. He was a two­time PIAA state medalist at Conneaut Lake High School who finished with 139 career wins. Look for Greisheimer and Laird to battle for the starting job, with the loser redshirting. Seniors Joe Bockmore and Dan Snyder provide further depth. Bockmore was 4­6 last year while competing at 149 lbs. Flynn compares him to Webster, noting that he must find consistency. Snyder moves down from 165 lbs., where he was 0­2.

} 165 lbs.

Jarrod King hopes to accomplish one of the few things Gregor Gillespie couldn’t ­­ win a sec­ ond national championship. King shocked the 165 lb. field in St. Louis last March, going from thr 12th seed to national champion thanks to upsets over the fourth, eighth and second seeds to become Edinboro’s fourth Division I national champion. The championship came in a 3­2 decision over Andrew Howe of Wisconsin, the number two seed. That King was able to compete for the national championship was somewhat of a mira­ cle, givem the fact he had a staph infection in his knee in January that forced him to miss a month. When he did return he lost two of his first four matches back, but then caught fire at the EWL Tournament, picking up his second straight title. King finished the year with a 32­5 record with 10 falls and enters the season ranked number one. He received an extra year this summer whene the NCAA granted him a sixth year of eligibility due to previous injuries. “Jarrod a had a good summer,” Flynn pointed out. “The wrestlers’ mentality is if you get one, two will feel even better. He hurt for so long, he really enjoys wrestling now. He has his swagger back. “ Flynn cautioned, though, that the weight class is loaded. Sophomore Chris Hrunka provides experi­ ence as the backup. He stepped in when King went down, ending the year with a 4­10 record. “Chris stepped in a little bit last year,” com­ mented Flynn. “He needs to push himself a little more. He benefitted from the mat time.”

USA Today/ NWCA/ InterMat Preseason Poll Rk

School

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Iowa Iowa State Ohio State Cornell Oklahoma State Minnesota Nebraska Boise State Maryland Missouri Central Michigan Wisconsin EDINBORO Indiana Penn State Oklahoma Lehigh Kent State Illinois Arizona State Virginia Old Dominion Michigan Virginia Tech Hofstra

Points

275 263 245 240 227 219 194 190 191 179 170 148 146 126 123 93 87 70 61 56 49 40 35 29 21

Individual Preseason Polls Wt.

Wrestler

125 133 165 184 Hwt.

Eric Morrill Kyle Fluke Jarrod King Pat Bradshaw Chris Birchler

IM/AWN/WIN

11/12/20 NR/20/NR 2/1/1 NR/20/16 7/8/9

* expected to redshirt IM ­­ InterMat; AWN ­­ Amateur Wrestling News WIN ­­ W.I.N. Magazine

} 174 lbs.

Like King, Phil Moricone was granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA this summer. Now the question is, can Moricone get healthy enough to be a factor at 174lbs. Moricone suffered a season­ending back

Jarrod King is the defending national champion at 165 lbs.

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2009-10 Season Preview Eastern Wrestling League Preseason Rankings 1. 2. 3. 4. HM HM HM

EDINBORO Pittsburgh West Virginia Bloomsburg Clarion Cleveland State Lock Haven

Individual Preseason Poll 125 lbs. 1. Eric Morrill, Edinboro 2. Jason Guffey, Bloomsburg 3. Nick Hyatt, Lock Haven 4. Jordan Keller, Cleveland State 133 lbs. 1. Jimmy Conroy, Pittsburgh 2. Colin Johnston, West Virginia 3. Jay Ivanco, Clarion 4. Kyle Fluke, Edinboro 141 lbs. 1. Tyler Nauman, Pittsburgh 2. Brandon Rader, West Virginia 3. Joel Webster, Edinboro 4. Mike Mencini, Cleveland State 149 lbs. 1. Torsten Gillespie, Edinboro 2. Josh Roosa, Bloomsburg 3. Greg Lewis/James Fleming, Clarion 4. Mark Powell, Pittsburgh 157 lbs. 1. Matt Moley, Bloomsburg 2. Ryan Goodman, West Virginia Hadley Harrison, Clarion 4. Corey Carlo, Cleveland State 165 lbs. 1. Jarrod King, Edinboro 2. Donnie Jones, West Virginia 4. Karl DeCiantis, Pittsburgh 5. Rob Michaels/Marcus Effner, Cleveland State 174 lbs. 1. Phil Moricone, Edinboro 2. Chance Litton, West Virginia 3. Ethan Headlee, Pittsburgh 4. Rick Schmelyun, Bloomsburg (or 165) 184 lbs. 1. Pat Bradshaw, Edinboro 2. Zac Thomusseit, Pittsburgh 3. Clint Podish, Clarion 4. Jeremie Cook, Lock Haven Matt Ryan, West Virginia 197 lbs. 1. Matt Wilps, Pittsburgh 2. Shawn Fendone, Edinboro 3. Cameron Gallagher, West Virginia 4. Brian Shaw, Bloomsburg 285 lbs. 1. Chris Birchler, Edinboro 2. Ryan Tomei, Pittsburgh 4. Brandon Williamson, West Virginia 5. Dan Craig, Lock Haven

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injury after the first weekend of the season after winning all three of his matches at the Fighting Scot Duals. Moricone is a two­time national qualifier who was 24­13 as a junior and has two PSAC titles to his credit. He has All­American capabilities when healthy. “Phil is eager to compete,” stressed Flynn. “Having to sit out a second year was not fun for him. Hopefully he stays healthy. He’s good enough to place at Nationals. We just need to keep him healthy.” Moricone isn’t the only 174­pounder coming back from injury. His replacement, Paul Paddock, suffered a knee injury which forced him to miss the last month of competition, just when he was becoming accustomed to the starter’s role. The sophomore ended the year with a 10­14 record, placing fourth at the PSAC Championships. Flynn indicated that Paddock may also move down to 165 lbs. “I think 165 lbs. may be best for him,” he related. “We have to get him healthy. That kept him off the mats. he needs mat time. This is an important year for him. He has to start winning in his third year.”

} 184 lbs.

Two­time national qualifier Chris Honeycutt will redshirt this year. A year ago Honeycutt was 33­8 and finished one win shy of earning All­American honors. He won the PSAC Championship, the Reno Tournament title, and also was one of four Fighting Scots to win an EWL crown. “He needs it to work on a few skills,” Flynn pointed out. “Plus he’ll get a little bigger.” The Fighting Scots aren’t lacking for a quality replacement, as Pat Bradshaw will move down from 197 lbs. The senior was the starter the last two years at 197 lbs. and qualified for Nationals both years. A year ago Bradshaw was 26­9 and he enters his final year with a 67­31 career record. He is a two­ time PSAC champion and also won the EWL title. He took third place at the Oklahoma Gold Classic, fourth at the Reno Tournament. “Pat’s body looks good,” noted Flynn. “He had a great summer. I think he’ll do well at 184 lbs. He was small at 197 lbs. This is a good weight for him.”

Freshmen Zach Buonaiuto and Timmy Murphy are also available. Both freshmen are likely candidates to redshirt. Buonaiuto was a two­time New York state placewinner.

} Hwt.

Edinboro needed a replacement for four­ time national qualifier Joey Fendone, who con­ cluded his career with 105 wins. With East Stroudsburg dropping down to Division II, another national qualifier became avail­ able, and Edinboro was able to add Chris Birchler. The former Warrior transferred to Edinboro this summer with one year of eligibility remaining after a great run at Nationals. Birchler reached the final 12 at heavyweight to end the year with a 27­7 record. he finished second at the PSAC Championships, losing to Fendone in the finals, and was third at the EIWA Championships. “The big question was, he’s been in a differ­ ent program,” admitted Flynn. “How will he adapt? He’s been great. He works his tail off and is good. He will compete for a national champi­ onship. We’re really pleased with his work ethic.” Several young wrestlers will have a year to mature with Birchler in the fold. Mike Horton was a state placewinner as a senior at Philipsburg­ Osceola High School and went 5­5 while redshirt­ ing last year. Dan Estricher sat out last season, and actually was also a PIAA state placewinner as a senior, losing to Horton in the fifth place match. “Both have a lot to prove,” commented Flynn on Horton and Estricher. “It will be interest­ ing to see how they respond.” Ernest James is a highly­regarded recruit who won the New York state title at 215 lbs. a year ago to cap a 44­1 campaign. he is now up to 255 lbs. “He’s going to be good,” Flynn predicted. “He has talent and drive. He will be a force at that weight class.” Flynn admitted he will probably redshirt.

} 197 lbs.

Bradshaw’s move to 184 lbs. opens up a spot for Shawn Fendone, who has moved between 184 and 197 lbs. The younger brother of four­time national qualifier Joey Fendone, Shawn looks ready to make a name for himself. The junior was 7­4 last year, but gave a glimpse of his potential with a fourth place finish at the Southern Scuffle. “Shawn looks good moving up a weight,” stated Flynn. “He’s healthy and strong right now. In the past he’s been dinged or sick. I think he has the talent to get it done. We saw flashes at the Southern Scuffle. We just need to get it out of him.” A host of wrestlers are available at 197 lbs., with some also possibles at 184 lbs. Sophomore Kenny Massey was 3­6 last year.

Phil Moricone is a two-time national qualifier at 174 lbs.

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2009-10 Fighting Scots

} Section Contents Fast Facts...................................................................... 1 2009-10 Schedule ......................................................1 2009-10 Preview .................................................... 6-8 Returning National Qualifiers........................10-16 2009-10 Fighting Scots.................................... 17-25 Roster/Roster Breakdown ....................................26


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2009-10 Season Preview Eastern Wrestling League Preseason Rankings 1. 2. 3. 4. HM HM HM

EDINBORO Pittsburgh West Virginia Bloomsburg Clarion Cleveland State Lock Haven

Individual Preseason Poll 125 lbs. 1. Eric Morrill, Edinboro 2. Jason Guffey, Bloomsburg 3. Nick Hyatt, Lock Haven 4. Jordan Keller, Cleveland State 133 lbs. 1. Jimmy Conroy, Pittsburgh 2. Colin Johnston, West Virginia 3. Jay Ivanco, Clarion 4. Kyle Fluke, Edinboro 141 lbs. 1. Tyler Nauman, Pittsburgh 2. Brandon Rader, West Virginia 3. Joel Webster, Edinboro 4. Mike Mencini, Cleveland State 149 lbs. 1. Torsten Gillespie, Edinboro 2. Josh Roosa, Bloomsburg 3. Greg Lewis/James Fleming, Clarion 4. Mark Powell, Pittsburgh 157 lbs. 1. Matt Moley, Bloomsburg 2. Ryan Goodman, West Virginia Hadley Harrison, Clarion 4. Corey Carlo, Cleveland State 165 lbs. 1. Jarrod King, Edinboro 2. Donnie Jones, West Virginia 4. Karl DeCiantis, Pittsburgh 5. Rob Michaels/Marcus Effner, Cleveland State 174 lbs. 1. Phil Moricone, Edinboro 2. Chance Litton, West Virginia 3. Ethan Headlee, Pittsburgh 4. Rick Schmelyun, Bloomsburg (or 165) 184 lbs. 1. Pat Bradshaw, Edinboro 2. Zac Thomusseit, Pittsburgh 3. Clint Podish, Clarion 4. Jeremie Cook, Lock Haven Matt Ryan, West Virginia 197 lbs. 1. Matt Wilps, Pittsburgh 2. Shawn Fendone, Edinboro 3. Cameron Gallagher, West Virginia 4. Brian Shaw, Bloomsburg 285 lbs. 1. Chris Birchler, Edinboro 2. Ryan Tomei, Pittsburgh 4. Brandon Williamson, West Virginia 5. Dan Craig, Lock Haven

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With three top ten finishes in the last four

the last 12 years, Edinboro looks to maintain its recent dominance as a Division I power. In addi­ tion, Edinboro has not lost in ist last 26 EWL matches, going 24­0­2. Overall Edinboro was 14­4­ 1 a year ago, with the losses to powerhouses Penn State, Ohio State, Lehigh and Oklahoma State. But there remains one clear goal for Flynn. “Edinboro has never gotten a team trophy,” Flynn emphasized, which goes to the top four teams. “We’re really focused to get into the top four. We have enough talent and manpower to do it.” As alway,s Flynn has put together an ardu­ ous schedule for his Fighting Scots. For tourna­ ments, Edinboro has the Oklahoma Gold Classic, the Reno Tournament and the Southern Scuffle. Then there’s dual matches against Ohio State, Penn State, Boise State and the usual EWL teams. In addition, Edinboro will once again com­ pete in the Virginai Duals. That field includes the likes of Oklahoma State and Lehigh. “I think our schedule is real difficult and real strong,” Flynn commented. “In the first semester alone we have the Reno Tournament, the Southern Scuffle and the duals with Penn State and Ohio State. That’s two pretty tough teams and tough tournaments. We need that now with the new RPI.” Here’s a look at the Fighting Scots, weight class by weight class:

years at the NCAA Division I National Championships, the Edinboro wrestling team heads into each season with high expectations. That’s the case again in 2009­10, and if any­ thing, head coach Tim Flynn expects to rode the momentum of a sixth place finish a year ago. That ties the highest finish by an Edinboro team since the move to Division I. the 1996­97 squad also finished sixth. To be sure, Edinboro suffered some huge loss­ es from last year’s team, most notable All­Americans Paul Donahoe (125 lbs.) and Gregor Gillespie (157 lbs.). The latter goes down as one of Edinboro’s all­ time greats with a school­record 152 wins with four All­American certificates. Throw in heavyweight Joey Fendone (105 career wins) and 133 pounder Ricky Deubel (102 wins) and the Fighting Scots have a lot of wins to replace. But Flynn has an experienced wrestler at every weight class, with a total of six wrestlers having qualified for Nationals previously. “I think the team has great expectations of itself,” related Flynn. “We have two sixth­year kids. We have great leadership. We have a bunch of kids we don’t have to beg to work out. It’s been smooth sailing.” Leading the way is Jarrod King, one of the sixth­year wrestlers Flynn spoke of. King became } 125 lbs. just the fourth Edinboro national champion a year Under most circumstances losing a national ago when he claimed the 165 lb. crown. King was runnerup would leave a huge hole in the lineup. awarded a sixth year by the NCAA after missing The loss of Paul Donahoe, the transfer from two years due to injuries at Oklahoma. Nebraska who would go on to finish 35­1, is King is a two­time national qualifier as a Fighting indeed a big one. Scot. Pat Bradshaw, Phil Moricone and Torsten But in Eric Morrill the Fighting Scots possess Gillespie seek their third trips to Nationals. Bradshaw one of the top 125 pounders in the country. The moves down from 197 to 184 lbs., where he will junior redshirted last year, and as Flynn noted, replace another two­time qualifier, Chris Honeycutt. “gained a lot of experience and confidence training Honeycutt will redshirt. Moricone has a long road back after missing all but the first weekend of competi­ tion last year with a back injury. He is a two­ time national qualifier at 174 lbs. who gained a sixth year of cometition and is now in grad­ uate school. Gillespie seeks his second trip to Nationals at 149 lbs. after qualifying as a freshman at 141 lbs. It was hoped that he could join Honeycutt as a redshirt, but cer­ tain circumstances have led him to remain in teh lineup. Donahoe’s replacement at 125 lbs. is Eric Morrill, a junior who redshirted a year ago after qualifying for Nationals in 2008. The Scots also have a capable replace­ ment for Fendone in Chris Birchler, a trans­ fer from East Stroudsburg who fell one shy of All­American honors at heavyweight. “We’ve had some injuries,” admitted Flynn. “Phil (Moricone) with the neck being healthy is our number one concern. We’ll try to focus on ourselves.” With Eastern Wrestling League titles 11 of the last 12 years and Pennsylvania Phil Moricone is a two-time national qualifier State Athletic Conference crowns in 10 of at 174 lbs.

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} Section Contents Fast Facts...................................................................... 1 2009-10 Schedule ......................................................1 2009-10 Preview .................................................... 6-8 Returning National Qualifiers........................10-16 2009-10 Fighting Scots.................................... 17-25 Roster/Roster Breakdown ....................................26


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Returning National Champion

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Jarrod King Senior Connellsville, PA Connellsville Area HS

National Champion Two-Time National Qualifier Two-Time EWL Champion Was granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA after missing two seasons due to shoulder injuries and looks to become Edinboro’s first two­time national champion on the Division I level ... joined Gregor Gillespie, Josh Koscheck and Sean O’Day with an unlikely run to the 165 lb. title after coming in seeded 12th ... former transfer from Oklahoma who had battled several shoulder injuries in his three seasons with the Sooners … head coach Tim Flynn notes that King had a good summer and feels he has what it takes to win another title, even though the 165 lb. weight class is loaded ... a two­time nation­ al qualifier who joined his brother Matt, a two­time All­American as a Fighting Scot, as an All­American ... also an outstanding student with a 3.75 GPA as an Individualized Studies major ... was named an ESPN the Magazine First Team Academic All­American and was also recognized as an NWCA All­Academic performer and was named to the PSAC Winter Top Ten … was one of the top recruits at 165 lbs. coming out of Connellsville Area High School after winning two Pennsylvania state championships.

} 2008-09

Became Edinboro’s fourth Division I national champion after a surprising run through the 165 lb. weight class in St. Louis ... went in as the 12th

seed and proceeded to upset three higher seeds on his way to the national crown ... advanced to the quarterfinals with a pair of wins, then proved he would be a major factor in the weight class with a dominat­ ing 12­5 decision over Moza Fay of Northern Iowa, the number four seed, in the quarterfinals ... in the semifinals, won a tense match on rid­ ing time advantage against eighth­seeded Jonathan Reader of Iowa State, 6­6 in multiple tiebreakers ... the two battled for 11 minutes, with King prevailing thanks to an 11­second advantage in riding time ... met Andrew Howe of Wisconsin, the second seed, in the finals ... tied at 1­1 in the third period, King used a body lock for the winning takedown with 1:27 remaining, going on to win 3­2 ... King was recognized as the EWL and PSAC Wrestler of the Year after finsihing with a 32­5 record with 10 falls, 3 technical falls and 4 major decisions ... oddly enough, at one point appeared his season was over as he missed a month due to a staph infection in his knee ... he returned after just one week of practice in mid­February and proceeded to lose two of his next four matches ... was dominant in the EWL Championships, winning twice by 11­0 major decisions and then avenging a 5­3 loss to West Virginia’s Donnie Jones with a win by fall in just 23 seconds in the finals to win his second straight EWL title ... ran off 12 straight wins to start the season, placing first in the Oklahoma Gold Classic and the PSAC Championships, winning the Oklahoma Gold Classic with a 4­2 decision over Central Michigan’s Trevor Stewart, who was ranked sixth ... also won the Reno Tournament thanks to a 4­2 decision over 12th­ranked Brandon Mason of Oklahoma State ... finished second at the Southern Scuffle, dropping a 3­2 decision to undefeated and top­ranked Mack Lewnes of Cornell in the finals.

} 2007-08

Finished the year with a 32­9 record after going 2­2 in his first trip to Nationals … entered Nationals ranked 13th by InterMat and 15th by Amateur Wrestling News … won both the EWL and PSAC champi­ onships … seeded 12th, won first bout at Nationals, a 4­1 decision over Dave Rella, before suffering a 4­2 loss to fifth­seed Stephen Dwyer of Nebraska … came back with a 4­2 win over Andrew Rendos of Bucknell, but was eliminated in a tough 4­3 double tiebreaker loss to Purdue’s Luke Manuel … Manuel won due to riding time advantage … in EWL Tournament, defeated West Virginia’s Donnie Jones, 9­5 … was domi­ nant at the PSAC Championship, winning by technical fall and fall before a 16­6 major decision over Landis Wright of Lock Haven … picked up third place finish at Southern Scuffle, with lone loss to 14th­ranked Mack Lewnes of Cornell, 5­2 ... went on to win 14 of his next 15 matches, with lone loss a 6­4 overtime setback to eighth­ranked Colt Sponseller of Ohio State … placed sixth at Las Vegas Invitational, suffering a 3­1 loss to Dwyer in the fifth place match … picked up possibly his biggest win of the year earlier in the tournament with a 5­0 decision over third­ ranked Pat Pitsch of Arizona State.

} At Oklahoma

Had a 22­11 record for the Sooners ... after redshirting in 2004­05, posted a 16­9 record while starting at 165 lbs. in 2005­06, and finished the year ranked 16th ... was first at the Brockport Classic, and was second at the Missouri Open ... faced seven top­20 wrestlers as a redshirt freshman ... defeated 18th­ranked Eric Luedke of Iowa, 8­3, at the National Duals ... finished the 2006­07 season with a 6­2 record, missing a good portion of the season due to injury ... took second place at 165 lbs. at the Oklahoma Open.

} High School

Jarrod King

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Competed for coach Tom Dolde at Connellsville Area High School ... fin­ ished with a 160­17 career record and two Pennsylvania state champi­ onships ... captured 160 lb. title as a senior, finishing with a 42­0 record ... also won state championship in 2003, and was state runner­up as a sophomore at 135 lbs... four­time section champion and three­time regional and district champion ... was 2004 junior national freestyle champion and second team ASICS All­American ... two­time PowerAde champion ... competed in 2004 Dapper Dan Classic in Pennsylvania vs. USA match, defeating Steve Luke of Ohio, 3­1.

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Returning National Qualifiers } Personal

Born November 6, 1985 ... full name is Jarrod Michael King ... son of Deborah and Mark King ... Individualized Studies major with a 3.75 GPA ... father Mark was a college wrestler and an All­American at Westminster ... brother Matt was a two­time All­American at Edinboro at 165 lbs., while sister Emily ran cross country at St. Vincent.

Jarrod King’s Career Statistics Year

Overall W L

Duals W L

2004­05* 2005­06* 2006­07* 2007­08 2008­09

redshirted 16 9 6 2 32 9 32 5

8 0 13 10

8 0 1 4

1 3 5 10

1 0 2 3

1 1 8 4

Career

86

31

13

19

6

14

25

Falls

TF MD

EWL

NCAA

1st 1st

DNP 1st

* at Oklahoma University

Phil Moricone

174

Senior Derry, NH Pinkerton HS

Two-Time National Qualifier Like Jarrod King was awarded an extra year by the NCAA after missing two sea­ sons due to injury ... was forced to sit out all but the first weekend of the 2008­09 season due to a neck injury that eventually required surgery ... a two­time national qualifier who suffered a disappointing trip to Nationals in 2008, but has the talent to earn All­American honors ... coaching staff felt he was a hungry wrestler after losing both of his matches at Nationals, and even moreso now after missing the year … won a pair of matches in his first trip to Nationals … is a team leader with a strong work ethic … was a highly­regarded wrestler when he arrived, and missed most of the 2005­06 season due to a shoulder injury ... competed in just one event before going down ... a two­time New England Tournament champion and three­time New Hampshire state champion who was one of the jewels of the 2004 recruiting class.

in Vegas, defeating Dergo, who was ranked 11th, 7­2, along with an 8­6 decision over 18th­ranked Eric Decker of Virginia Tech … lost in the third place match to tenth­ranked Brandon Browne of Nebraska, 6­4 … took sixth place at the Southern Scuffle, with all three of his losses to nation­ ally­ranked grapplers, including a 5­3 loss to Gabe Dretsch of Minnesota, who was ranked seventh, in the fifth place match.

} 2006-07

Went 2­2 in his first trip to Nationals, giving him a 26­11 record ... dropped first match at Nationals, 12­8 to UNC Greensboro’s Joseph Lowe, but rebounded with a pair of wins ... won by fall at 5:36 over Stanford’s Luke Feist, then captured an 11­2 major decision against Neal Martin of Appalachian State, before suffering a 6­0 defeat to Oklahoma’s Josh Weitzel ... entered EWL Tournament coming off a pair of narrow losses to Kurt Brenner of West Virginia and second­ranked Keith Gavin of Pittsburgh, 3­1, and then opened EWL’s with an 11­8 loss to Brenner ... came back and won a pair of bouts, the latter a techincal fall over Michael Metzger of Lock Haven, to finish third and garner a trip to Nationals as a wildcard selection ... won the PSAC Championship with an 8­2 decision over Andrew Jordan of Bloomsburg ... also placed at the Michigan State Open, finishing third while winning five of six matches ... in addition to the narrow loss to Gavin, who was the 174 lb. national run­ nerup, was a 3­2 loser to James Yonushonis of Penn State, who was ranked sixth at the time.

} 2005-06

Turned in a very strong showing at the Eastern Michigan Open to start the season, then was felled by a shoulder injury and missed the rest of the year ... went 6­2 at the event, including a 3­1 overtime win over starter Eric Ring ... four of his wins came by fall, and one of his losses was by a 9­8 decision to Stanford’s Imad Kharbush, who was ranked sixth by InterMat.

} 2004-05

Finished with a 16­10 record at 174 lbs. while redshirting … had 4 falls and a pair of major decisions … picked up a pair of third place finishes, at the SRU Open and the JCC Invitational … took home third place at

} 2008-09

Missed all but the Fighting Scots Duals with a neck injury ... went 3­0 that weekend after entering the year highly­ranked at 174 lbs... was dominant with a pair of technical falls.

} 2007-08

Finished with a 24­13 record, tying for team lead with six falls … nine of his losses came to nationally­ranked wrestlers, and ten of his defeats were by two points or less … lost both of his matches at Nationals, a 5­1 decision to Illinois’ John Dergo and a 3­2 setback to Lloyd Rogers of Tennessee­Chattanooga … ended the regular season ranked 13th by Amateur Wrestling News and 16th by InterMat … placed third at the EWL Tournament for the second straight year, losing to West Virginia’s Chance Litton, 10­5, in the semifinals, but then coming back with a pair of wins … won his second straight PSAC crown, with two wins by fall and the other by technical fall … won by fall at 1:31 over Lock Haven’s Tom Kocher in the finals … had a strong showing at the Las Vegas Invitational, bringing home fourth place … faced four ranked wrestlers

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Phil Moricone

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Edinboro Wrestling 2009-10

Returning National Qualifiers the JCC Invitational thanks to a win by fall at 3:51 over Ithaca's Zach Bogardus.

} High School

Won three New Hampshire state championships while wrestling for coach Ken Najem at Pinkerton Academy ... won the 171 lb. crown as a senior, with 53­2 record ... was named the Lawrence Eagle Tribune Wrestler of the Year and won the New Hampshire Sportsmanship Award ... won 160 lb. championship as a junior with a 39­2 record, and was the 152 lb. winner as a sophomore, going 49­1 … went 33­5 at 130 lbs. as a freshman … had 174­10 career record with school record for falls … won two New England Tournament championships, as a senior and sophomore, and finished third as a junior … went 3­2 at the NHSCA Senior Nationals, reaching the quarterfinals … rated sixth at 171 lbs. by InterMat and 190th in its Top 200 Recruits.

} Personal

Born July 26, 1985 ... full name is Philip T. Moricone ... son of Mary and Philip Moricone ... received his bachelor’s degree in Health & Physical Education and is now working on his master’s degree in Educational Leadership ... had a 3.30 GPA as an undergraduate ... father wrestled at Southern Connecticut from 1974­76.

Phil Moricone’s Career Statistics Year

Overall W L

2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

redshirted 6 2 0 26 11 13 24 13 9 3 0 3

Career

59

26

Duals W L

25

Falls

TF MD

0 5 5 0

4 3 6 0

0 2 1 2

0 6 8 0

10

13

5

14

EWL

NCAA

DNC 3rd 3rd DNC

DNQ DNP DNP DNQ

Pat Bradshaw

184

Senior Saegertown, PA Saegertown HS

Two-Time National Qualifier One-Time EWL Champion Two­time national qualifier at 197 lbs. who will drop down to 184 lbs. as a senior ... head coach Tim Flynn notes that his body looks great at this weight, adding that he was a small 197 pounder ... Flynn feels he has a chance to be in the mix for All­American honors ... enters senior year with 67­31 career record ... celebrated recruit whose father Jeff wrestled for Edinboro and uncle Randy played football for the Fighting Scots ... joined father as a PSAC champion a year ago, with father winning cham­ pionships at 190 lbs. in 1977 and ‘78 … considered a perfect example of what an Edinboro wrestler should be, featuring dedication and hard work ... was a two­time PIAA placewinner, including winning the state championship as a senior ... was rated 29th­best senior at 189 lbs. by Wrestling USA.

} 2008-09

Finished with a 26­9 ledger with 3 falls, a technical fall and 2 major deci­ sions while competing at 197 lbs... earned his second trip to Nationals after winning the EWL title with a 3­1 win in overtime against Lock Haven’s Ben Hepburn ... also defeated Hepburn to win his second PSAC championship, prevailing 5­3 ... went 1­2 at Nationals, picking up first win at the national championships with 6­4 decision over Tyler Sorenson of South Dakota State ... was turning in a strong showing at the Reno Tournament before going down and medical forfeiting the third place match to finish fourth ... won five of six matches in Reno before the injury, which forced him to miss the Southern Scuffle ... placed third at the Oklahoma Gold Classic ... dropped a narrow 1­0 decision to two­time All­American Hudson Taylor of Maryland in the Fighting Scot Duals.

} 2007-08

Made first trip to Nationals after earning wildcard berth following third place finish at EWL Tournament … finished with a 29­13 record and was ranked 19th by InterMat … lost to Ben Hepburn of Lock Haven in EWL semifinals 5­4 in a tiebreaker that was decided by one second in riding time, but came back to win next two matches to take third place … defeated Hepburn 5­1 in final of PSAC Championship … took fifth place in the Southern Scuffle, and was sixth in the Las Vegas Invitational, with three losses to seventh­ranked Max Askren of Missouri, 16th­ranked Jared Villers of West Virginia, and 13th­ranked Patrick Bond of Illinois … was fourth at the Michigan State Open.

} 2006-07

After redshirting as a true freshman, saw considerable action while backing up starter Jim Gibson at 197 lbs... finished with a 12­9 record, placing at three different tournaments ... took home first place at the Buffalo Open, and was third at the Nittany Lion Open ... lost to Penn State All­American Phil Davis, 9­1, in the semifinals ... was one of the sur­ prise performers at the Southern Scuffle, placing eighth ... losses includ­ ed a close 6­3 decision to nationally­ranked J.D. Bergman of Ohio State.

} 2005-06

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Enjoyed a very solid redshirt season, finishing with a 10­7 record while competing in open events at 197 lbs... had 3 falls and a technical fall ... captured second place at the WVU Classic, suffering a 2­0 loss to Maryland freshman standout Hudson Taylor after defeating West Virginia’s Jared Villers, 8­6, in the semifinals ... took third place at the

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Edinboro Wrestling 2009-10

Returning National Qualifiers UB Open ... lost his opening bout, 7­2, to fifth­ranked Kyle Cerminara of Buffalo, before winning three straight matches, two by fall.

} High School

Captured the PIAA Class AA state title at 189 lbs. as a senior, capping a brilliant season in which he finished 41­1 ... avenged lone loss of the sea­ son with a win by fall at 2:32 over Nick Sipes of Curwensville, the defend­ ing state champion, handing Sipes his first loss of the season ... became Saegertown’s first state champion since 1966 ... had suffered a 5­2 set­ back to Sipes in the Northwest Region championship a week earlier ... was the 2005 District 10 and Section 1 AA champion, and was named the District 10 Wrestler of the Year, the Meadville Tribune Wrestler of the Year, and the Erie Times News Wrestler of the Year ...wrestled for coach Toby Marvin at Saegertown High School ... as a junior, was 41­5, placing fourth in the PIAA Championships at 189 lbs... finished his career with a 102­21 record despite missing his sophomore season due to injury ... had 24 pins both as a junior and senior, finishing with 57 career pins ... is the only wrestler in Saegertown history to win 40 matches in a season ... also a three­year starter in football and one year regular in baseball ... earned All­District 10 first team honors in football as a senior, earning all­ district honors once as a linebacker and all­county recognition two sea­ sons at running back and linebacker ... named the 2005 Saegertown High School Male Athlete of the Year.

} Personal

Born September 8, 1986 ... full name is Patrick Daniel Bradshaw ... son of Annette and Jeff Bradshaw ... Health & Physical Education major with a 3.07 GPA ... father won two PSAC Championships while competing at 190 lbs., winning in 1977 and 1978.

Pat Bradshaw’s Career Statistics Year

Overall W L

2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

redshirted 12 9 1 29 13 10 26 9 12

Career

67

31

Duals W L

23

Falls

TF MD

3 4 5

0 0 3

0 1 1

0 2 2

12

3

2

4

Eric Morrill

EWL

NCAA

DNC 3rd 1st

DNQ DNP DNP

UB Open and fourth place at Southern Scuffle ... was 6­2 at Southern Scuffle, with both losses to Kent State’s Nick Bedelyon, who went on to finish eighth at Nationals.

} 2007-08

Finished the year with a 20­11 record, with two falls and three major deci­ sions, and earned his first trip to Nationals with a second place finish at the EWL Tournament … narrowly missed upsetting seventh­ranked Mike Sees of Bloomsburg in the finals, losing 8­7 … went 2­2 at Nationals … dropped his first match to James Nicholson of Old Dominion, 8­2, but came back with wins over Wisconsin’s Collin Cudd (fall at 6:38) and Anthony Mustari of Northern Colorado (5­4), before dropping a 7­3 decision to Penn State’s Mark McKnight, who would go on to place fourth … placed second at PSAC Championships, dropping an 8­5 decision to Sees, and was second at the Michigan State Open … dropped a 2­0 decision to Northwestern’s Brandon Precin, who would finish seventh at Nationals, in the Michigan State Open finals.

} 2006-07

Earmed the starting role at 125 lbs. during the preseason and went on to finish with a 15­15 record ... finished fourth at the EWL Tournament, suf­ fering a 5­4 loss to Pittsburgh’s Brad Gentzle in the third place match ... seven of his losses came to nationally­ranked wrestlers, including a nar­ row 8­6 decision to second­ranked Mark McKnight of Penn State, and a 9­6 loss to 11th­ranked Mike Sees of Bloomsburg in his first EWL Tournament bout ... took home third place at the PSAC Championships, winning by fall over Clarion’s Toby Seger.

} High School

Helped New England power Timberlane Regional High School go unde­ feated his final three years while wrestling for coach Barry Chooljian ... helped the Owls win four straight state team championships and win the New England championship as a junior and senior ... concluded bril­ liant career with 47­5 record as a senior, winning the New Hampshire

125

Junior Sandown, NH Timberlane Regional HS

One-Time National Qualifier Comes off a redshirt year in which he benefitted greatly from competing each day against Paul Donahoe ... was a national qualifier two years ago at 125 lbs…head coach tim Flynn feels he gained a great deal of experience and confidence in his daily sessions with Donahoe, and has shown he can compete against the best in the country ... has displayed the ability to push for All­American honors … stepped in as the starter at 125 lbs. immediately as a true freshman ... another of the New England contin­ gent to make their way west to Edinboro ... a three­time New England finalist and a three­time New Hampshire state champion.

} 2008-09

Redshirted ... went 17­5 while competing in open tournaments ... went 4­0 to finish first at Kent State Open, and also took home third place at

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Eric Morrill

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Edinboro Wrestling 2009-10

Returning National Qualifiers state championship at 119 lbs. and going on to reach the New England finals for his third straight year ... chosen the Outstanding Wrestler at the 2006 state championships ... was a three­time New Hampshire champion, winning at 112 lbs. as a junior and 103 lbs. as a sophomore ... had a 37­5 record as a junior and 34­6 record as a sophomore, giving him a 118­16 record over his final three years ... selected as a high school All­American by USA Wrestling Magazine .

ready to step up to the next level ... has enjoyed two up­and­down sea­ sons but has displayed plenty of ability, as well ... also an excellent stu­ dent who earned NWCA All­Academic honors a year ago ... younger brother of Edinboro national champion and four­time All­American Gregor Gillespie ... a high school All­American in his own right even though he’s been overshadowed by his older brother to this point ... ranked 18th at 135 lbs. by Wrestling USA.

Born January 12, 1988 ... full name is Eric Francis Morrill ... son of Colleen Hanna and Brian Morrill ... father played hockey at UMass­Lowell … Sports Administration/Recreation Administration major.

Finished with a 27­19 record with 5 falls, 2 technical falls and 4 major decisions while competing at 149 lbs... qualified for Nationals for second straight year, and after losing first match, picked up first win at national championships with 3­2 win over Nick Stabile of North Carolina ... went 1­2 at Nationals ... struggled at EWL Championships while battling illness, finishing sixth, but still earned at­large berth ... brought home first place at PSAC Championships with a last­second 9­8 win over George Hickman of Bloomsburg ... placed sixth at the Reno Tournament and seventh at the Southern Scuffle ... was actually in line for higher finish at Reno after suffering a narrow 2­1 loss to fifth­ranked Bryce Saddoris of Navy, but gave up medical forfeits in his next two bouts due to illness ... was fifth at Oklahoma Gold Classic.

} Personal

Eric Morrill’s Career Statistics Year

Overall W L

2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

15 15 8 20 11 9 redshirted

Career

35

26

Duals W L

17

Falls

TF MD

8 4

1 2

0 0

4 3

12

3

0

7

EWL

NCAA

DNP 2nd

DNQ DNP

} 2008-09

} 2007-08

Torsten Gillespie Junior Webster, NY Webster Schroeder HS

Two-Time National Qualifier Two­time national qualifier who enters his second year as the starter at 149 lbs... started at 141 lbs. as a true fresh­ man, then moved up to 149 lbs. a year ago ... head coach Tim Flynn feels he’s

149

Earned a trip to Nationals as a true freshman with a second place finish at the EWL Tournament … ended the year with a 19­18 record and four falls, dropping both of his matches at Nationals … drew fifth­seeded Manuel Rivera of Minnesota in his first match, losing by technical fall … picked up a pair of big wins at EWL’s, opening with a 15­0 technical fall over Darren Kern of Bloomsburg, then upset Cleveland State’s Mike Hurley in the semifinals, winning by fall at 5:17 … dropped a 5­1 decision to Drew Headlee of Pittsburgh in the final … placed fourth at the PSAC Championships and the Michigan State Open (freshman and sopho­ more division), but really made people notice him in the Southern Scuffle … won five of his first six matches, but in the last match suf­ fered a broken finger … went on to compete in two more matches, suf­ fering losses, but still finished eighth, with two of his three losses to nationally­ranked opponents.

} High School

Finished senior season on a strong note as he earned All­American hon­ ors with a seventh place finish at the NHSCA Senior Nationals ... con­ cluded career for head coach Dean Salvaggio at Webster Schroeder High School with a 130­19 record and was a four­year starter ... finished third at 135 lbs. at New York State Championships as a senior to cap a 43­3 season, then went 7­2 at Nationals to finish with a 50­5 ledger ... Section V Class AA champion at 135 lbs. as a senior and 119 lbs. as a junior, when he finished 16­1 ... two­time Monroe County champion ... finished third at Eastern States Classic as a senior after winning title at 119 lbs. as a junior ... was 36­8 as a sophomore and 28­5 as a freshman.

} Personal

Born November 15, 1988 ... full name is Torsten Gillespie ... son of Sue and Brad Gillespie ... Computer Science major with a 3.40 GPA ... brother was four­time All­American and national champion Gregor Gillespie, who concluded his career at Edinboro this past year ... father wrestled at Elmira College and was an All­American at Corning Community College.

Torsten Gillespie’s Career Statistics Year

Overall W L

Duals W L

2007­08 2008­09

19 27

18 19

3 9

6 9

4 5

4 2

5 4

Career

46

37

12

15

9

6

9

Falls

TF MD

EWL

NCAA

2nd 6th

DNP DNP

Torsten Gillespie

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Edinboro Wrestling 2009-10

Returning National Qualifiers

Chris Honeycutt

184

Junior North Ridgeville, OH St. Edward’s HS

Two-Time National Qualifier One-Time EWL Champion A two­time national qualifier who is expected to redshirt this season ... head coach Tim Flynn feels redshirting will help him further develop his skills and and also work on getting a little bigger ... two­time Ohio state champion who was one of the jewels of the 2007 recruiting class and has not disap­ pointed ... Flynn feels he has a chance to compete at the highest level if he continues to embrace the Edinboro program and improve daily ... ranked fifth by Wrestling USA at 189 lbs. as a high school senior.

} 2008-09

Finished with a 33­8 record with 3 technical falls and 7 major decisions while competing at 184 lbs... went 3­2 in second trip to Nationals, including an 8­6 upset of fifth­seeded Dustin Kilgore of Kent State ... losses came to sev­ enth­seed Doug Umbelhauer of Rider (5­1) and to ninth­seed Joe LeBlanc of Wisconsin (7­2) ... won first EWL crown with 5­4 decision over Pittsburgh’s Zac Thomusseit in the finals ... also claimed first PSAC champi­ onship with a 10­3 win over Clint Podish of Clarion ... turned in outstanding performance at Reno Tournament with first place showing ... won all five matches, including wins over a pair of ranked opponents ... in semifinals, defeated 19th­ranked Joh Barone of Duke, 12­2, and in finals bested LeBlanc, who was ranked tenth, via 4­1 decision ... took home sixth place at Southern Scuffle after suffering an injury in wrestlebacks ... injury defaulted one match, and gave up a medical forfeit in fifth place match ... seven of eight losses came to nationally­ranked opponents.

won Massachusetts state championship at 189 lbs. as sophomore while competing for North Andover, ending with a 44­3 record with 35 falls ... was named MIAA regional outstanding wrestler in 2005 ... was Massachusetts state runner­up as a freshman at 171 lbs., finishing 32­1, with lone loss in title match ... had a career record of 154­10 ... was a member of the 2007 Ohio All­Star Team vs. “Wrestling USA “ Dream Team ... member of 2006 Junior National Team.

} Personal

Born July 25, 1988 ... full name is Chris Mark Honeycutt ... son of Pam and Mark Honeycutt ... Health & Physical Edication major.

Chris Honeycutt’s Career Statistics Year

Overall W L

Duals W L

2007­08 2008­09

26 33

10 8

7 15

3 4

4 0

0 3

6 7

Career

59

18

22

7

4

3

13

Falls

TF MD

Chris Birchler

EWL

NCAA

2nd

DNP DNP

Hwt.

Senior Fairfield, NJ Seton Hall Prep HS

One-Time National Qualifier Transfer from East Stroudsburg who is expected to soften the loss of heavy­ weight Joey Fendone ... fell one win shy of earning All­American status a year ago for the Warriors, who were in

} 2007-08

Earned a trip to Nationals at 184 lbs. as a true freshman after taking over as the starter midway through the year … ended the year ranked 18th by WIN Magazine and 19th by Amateur Wrestling News … was named the Rookie of the Year by both the EWL and PSAC … finished with a 26­ 10 record with 4 falls and 6 major decisions … went 1­2 at Nationals, defeating Brown’s Matt Gevelinger, 4­0, before being eliminated by a 5­ 3 decision to Zach Giesen of Stanford … took over as the starter after a strong showing at the Southern Scuffle, taking home third place … went 8­1 in that tourney, including an 11­3 decision over 18th­ranked Josh Haines of Maryland and a 5­3 win over North Carolina State’s Ryan Goodman, who was ranked 20th … earned trip to Nationals with a sec­ ond place finish at the EWL Tournament, suffering a 10­8 loss to West Virginia’s Kurt Brenner in the finals … also finished sixth at the Nittany Lion Open and was third at the Michigan State Open (freshman and sophomore division).

} High School

Enjoyed an illustrious two­year career at high school powerhouse St. Edward’s, where he wrestled for head coach Greg Urbas, after compet­ ing his first two years at North Andover(Mass.) High School ... won the Ohio state championship as a senior at 189 lbs., winning by fall to com­ plete a perfect 39­0 season as the Eagles won their 11th straight state title ... won three of his four matches at states by fall ... had 20 falls as a senior ... won five tournaments, including sectionals and districts, along with the Ironman Tournament, where he was named the Outstanding Wrestler ... a four­time state placewinner, two in Massachusetts and two in Ohio, and won sectionals and districts all four years ... as a junior, placed third at Ohio state championships while wrestling at 189 lbs....

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Chris Honeycutt

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Edinboro Wrestling 2009-10

Returning National Qualifiers their final year as a Division I program ... coaching staff feels the big question will be how he adapts to the Edinboro program ... early indica­ tions are he’s a hard worker with plenty of talent ... head coach Tim Flynn feels he can compete for a national championship.

} At East Stroudsburg

Reached the final 12 at heavyweight in his first trip to Nationals a year ago, falling one win shy of earning All­American honors ... opened the NCAA’s matched up against the number one seed, Iowa State’s David Zabriskie ... he lost that match 6­4 in sudden victory, then ran off three straight wins in the consolation bracket ... defeated Cornell’s Zach Hammond, 4­1, followed by a 5­4 decision over sixth­seeded Mitchell Monteiro of Cal State Bakersfield ... advanced to Friday night’s All­ American round with a 4­3 decision over Tucker Lane of Nebraska ... was eliminated by a 3­1 sudden victory setback to Jared Rosholt of Oklahoma State, the fourth seed ... ended the year with a 27­7 record ... qualified for nationals thanks to a a third place finish at the EIWA Championships, becoming ESU’s first national qualifier since 2000 ... lost by fall to top­seeded Ryan Flores of Columbia before coming back in the consolation round with a 3­1 upset of Hammond ... he took third place thanks to an 8­6 decision over D.J. Russo of Rutgers ... finished second at the PSAC Championships, losing to Fendone in the finals, and was also second at the ESU Open ... as a sophomore finished with a 25­10 record, placing second once again at the PSAC Championships, along with third at the ESU Open and the Wilkes Open ... began career at Caldwell College before transferring to East Stroudsburg.

} High School

Two­time county champion, two­time district champion and regional runner­up at Seton Hall Prep, finishing with a 70­25 record ... as a senior, was Essex County and District 10 champion and finished second in Region 3 ... team won the county and district championships and was ranked in the top 20 in the state ... was the county and district champion as a junior at 215 lbs... placed third in the district as a heavyweight as a sophomore ... played football as a freshman and sophomore.

} Personal

Born June 5, 1987 ... full name is Chris Joseph Birchler... son of Julia and Alfred Birchler ... Individualized Studies major ... has five sisters and three brothers.

Chris Birchler’s Career Statistics at East Stroudsburg Year

Overall W L

Duals W L

2007­08 2008­09

25 27

10 7

11 16

5 2

5 5

0 0

5 1

Career

52

17

27

7

10

0

6

Falls

TF MD

EIWA NCAA

DNP 3rd

DNQ DNP

157

Joe Bockmore Senior Wellington, OH Wellington HS

Fifth­year wrestler who moves up from 149 to 157 lbs... has gained experience and will challenge for the vacant start­ ing job at 157 lbs... coaching staff notes that when he performs at his highest level he is a tough competitor, but he needs to develop consistency … is a former two­time state qualifier who held the Wellington (OH) High School record for career wins.

} 2008-09

Posted a 4­6 record with one fall while competing at 149 lbs... competed in UB Open, Oklahoma Gold Classic, and Kent State Open, going 2­2 at Kent State Open.

} 2007-08

Finished with an 11­8 record while starting the year at 141 lbs. and then moving up to 149 lbs… won twice by fall, and also picked up a technical fall and major decision … filled in as the starter at 149 lbs. against Cleveland State, dropping a 10­4 decision to Ryan Hurley.

} 2006-07

Was 6­4 while competing in open events at 149 lbs... had one fall.

} 2005-06

Competed in open events at 141 and 149 lbs. while redshirting ... finished with a 10­8 record with a pair of falls and a major decision ... placed sec­ ond at the UB Open at 149 lbs... did not place, but won four matches at the Slippery Rock Open while wrestling at 141 lbs.

} High School

Wrestled for coach John Sedlick at Wellington (OH) High School, conclud­ ing his career with a 144­36 record, the most wins in school history … a two­time conference champion and two­time state qualifier who placed fourth in the Ohio state championships as a senior … member of the National Greco Roman Team ... was also a two­year starter in football.

} Personal

Born May 17, 1986 ... full name is Joseph David Bockmore ... son of Kathi and David Bockmore ... Sports Administration major with a minor in Coaching.

Joe Bockmore’s Career Statistics Year

2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09 Career

Overall W L

Duals W L

redshirted 6 4 0 11 8 0 4 6 0 21

18

0

Falls

TF MD

0 1 0

1 2 1

0 1 0

0 1 0

1

3

1

1

EWL

NCAA

DNC DNC DNC

DNQ DNQ DNQ

Chris Birchler

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Edinboro Wrestling 2009-10

2009-10 Fighting Scots

125

Michael Bunn Senior Eden, NY Eden HS

Former transfer from Missouri Baptist University who provides the Fighting Scots with another solid wrestler at 125 lbs... saw limited action a year ago but head coach Tim Flynn feels he has the ability to compete better than he’s shown ... Flynn notes that he is tough in the workout room, but he now needs to transfer that to the mat ... a hard worker who fits the mold of the Scots.

} 2008-09

Competed in the UB Open, finishing with a 1­2 record ... win was major decision.

} 2007-08

Redshirted, finishing with a 2­5 record in open events ... competed in the UB Open, ESU Open and Kent State Open.

} High School

Competed for coach Tom Page at Eden High School, where he was a six­ year starter ... set school records for season and career wins ... finished fifth at New York state championships in 2006 ... also competed in football and track & field ... was named the Raider of the Year as a senior.

} Personal

Born July 22, 1987 ... full name is Michael David Bunn ... son of Eileen and David Bunn ... Geography major.

Michael Bunn’s Career Statistics Year

2007­08 2008­09

Overall W L

Duals W L

redshirted 1 2 0

0

Falls

0

TF MD

0

Kyle Fluke

1

EWL

NCAA

DNC

DNQ

Donahoe in finals of Southern Scuffle, losing by technical fall to the three­time All­American ... had posted a 6­4 upset of 12th­ranked Brandon Zoetewey of Cal State Bakersfield earlier in the tournament ... previously upset Nikko Triggas of Ohio State, who was ranked 16th, via a 6­2 decision, and by fall over 20th­ranked Ian Moser of Bloomsburg in thirty seconds ... placed second at PSAC Championships, losing to Clarion’s Jay Ivanco, 6­4 in sudden victory ... also finished third at Reno Tournament and fourth at Oklahoma Gold Classic ... went 5­1 at Reno Tournament, with lone loss coming to All­American Anthony Robles of Arizona State, who Donahue beat in semifinals at Nationals.

} 2007-08

Competed at 133 lbs., finishing with a 13­6 record with two falls and two technical falls … won the championship at the Edinboro Open, along with a second place finish at the UB Open … was third at the Kent State Open and the Michigan State Open (freshman & sophomore division).

} 2006-07

Ended the year with a 19­9 record as a true freshman ... came to Edinboro as a 125 pounder, but moved up to 133 lbs... had a pair of falls and 4 technical falls ... placed at three different events, including a sec­ ond place finish at the Edinboro Open ... began his career with a third place finish at the Buffalo Open, and later took fourth place at the Mat Town Open ... turned in a strong showing at the Southern Scuffle, win­ ning six of eight matches, with the losses to nationally­ranked Evan Sola of North Carolina and Pittsburgh’s Drew Headlee ... three of his losses came to nationally­ranked opponents.

} High School

Was a standout for head coach Ron Pifer at State College Area High School ... finished with a 133­27 career record and was a four­time PIAA placewinner ... finished fifth at 130 lbs. as a senior after winning District 6 and Northwest Region championships ... had a 32­7 record as a senior ... he was also a first team Big VII choice, first team Mountain Athletic Conference selection, and a first team Central Wrestling Conference honoree ... as a junior, placed sixth at 125 lbs. at the PIAA Championships, finishing with a 33­6 record and 16 falls ... was the Northwest Regional runner­up for the second straight year, and was also the District 6 runner­up ... finished with a 31­7 record as a sopho­ more, placing eighth at the state championships while competing at 112

133

Senior State College, PA State College HS Received valuable experience a year ago while competing as the starter at 125 lbs. before Paul Donahoe returned ... will move back up to 133 lbs, where he wrestled his first two seasons and is more comfortable ... showed great promise at times last year, including appearance in Southern Scuffle finals … a four­time Pennsylvania place­winner who was an early­signee with the Fighting Scots.

} 2008-09

Began the year as the starter at 125 lbs. before giving way to Paul Donahoe when he became eligible in late December ... finished with a 20­11 record, with 7 falls, 2 technical falls, and 2 major decisions ... faced

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2009-10 Fighting Scots lbs... was the District 6 champion and Northwest Region runner­up ... had best finish at PIAA Championships as a freshman, placing fourth at 103 lbs... had a 37­5 record, winning the Northwest Region title and fin­ ishing second at District 6 Championship ... also excelled at Greco­ Roman competition, earning All­American honors in 2004 with a sev­ enth place finish at the Cadet National Greco­Roman Championships.

the UB Open.

Born April 21, 1988 ... full name is Kyle Robert Fluke ... son of Sherri and Bob Fluke ... Business Management Information Systems major.

} Personal

} 2007-08

Posted a 0­4 record at 165 lbs. while competing in the UB Open and Michigan State Open (freshman and sophomore division).

} High School

} Personal

Competed for coach Mark Sallot at Harbor Creek High School ... earned two lettters in wrestling and two in football for the Huskies.

Kyle Fluke’s Career Statistics

Born December 15, 1987 ... full name is Daniel Grant Snyder ... son of Darcy and Robert Snyder ... Human Performance major with a minor in Coaching.

Year

Overall W L

Duals W L

2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

19 13 20

9 6 11

0 0 4

0 0 4

2 2 7

4 2 2

1 0 2

Career

52

26

4

4

11

8

3

Falls

TF MD

Daniel Snyder

EWL

NCAA

DNC DNC DNC

DNQ DNQ DNQ

Dan Snyder’s Career Statistics Year

Overall W L

Duals W L

Former walk­on who provides depth at 157 lbs. after previously competing at 165 lbs... continues to improve with time in the workout room.

} 2008-09

Was 0­2 last year while competing in

TF MD

redshirted 0 4 0 0 2 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

Career

0

0

0

0

0

6

0

157 Joel Webster

Senior Erie, PA Harbor Creek HS

Falls

2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

EWL

NCAA

DNC DNC

DNQ DNQ

141

Senior Norfolk, CT Northwestern Reg. HS Made a successful return to the team after sitting out the 2007­08 campaign ... displayed the ability a year ago to compete with the best in the country when on top of his game, but now needs to display the consistency to do it on a regular basis ... another of the talented New England wrestlers to matriculate to Edinboro ... a three­time Connecticut state champion who moved up to 141 lbs. after redshirting at 133 lbs. as a freshman in 2005­06 ... benefitted greatly from working out with former All­ American Shawn Bunch ... was rated 15th­best senior at 130 lbs. by Wrestling USA.

} 2008-09

Began the year as the starter at 141 lbs. after upsetting returning starter Tortsen Gillespie in the wrestleoffs ... held down the starting role until mid­January, along the way upsetting Ohio State’s J Jaggers, the defending national champion, 5­4 ... Jaggers went on to win his second national championship ... ended the year with 17­9 record, with a fall and a major decision ... won the PSAC championship with a 6­1 decision over Gannon’s A.J. Milanik ... captured sith place at Reno Tournament, com­ ing back with four straight wins before suffering a pair of losses, includ­ ing a loss to 18th­ranked Vincent Ramirez of North Carolina in the fifth place match.

} 2007-08

Did not compete.

} 2006-07

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Finished with a 12­9 record, placing in three events ... competed mainly at 141 lbs., but moved up to 149 lbs. and earned All­PSAC honors with a third place finish at the PSAC Championships, replacing Gregor Gillespie, who was ill ... lost first match, then came back with a pair of decisions ... placed sixth at the Buffalo Open and was eighth at the Southern Scuffle, winning five of eight matches.

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Had a 5­7 record while redshirting and competing in open events at 133 lbs... had one win by technical fall.

} High School

A four­year state finalist at Northwestern Regional High School, winning the Connecticut state championship his final three seasons ... finished with a perfect 34­0 record as a senior at 130 lbs. and was named the Outstanding Wrestller at the state championship ... placed third at the New England championships in 2005, and was a finalist in 2004 ... was a four­time Berkshire League champion ... Northwestern won team state championship in 2005 ... finished career with a 166­11 record.

} Personal

Born November 22, 1986 ... full name is Joel A. Webster ... son of Paula and Tim Webster ... Sports Administration major.

Joel Webster’s Career Statistics Year

Overall W L

2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09

redshirted 12 9 1 0 did not compete 17 9 6 4

Career

29

18

Duals W L

7

} Personal

Born October 14, 1987 ... full name is Shawn L. Fendone ... son of Debbie and Joe Fendone, who have moved to Edinboro ... Sports Administration/Recreation major ... brother Joey concluded his career as a wrestler at Edinboro this past spring.

Shawn Fendone’s Career Statistics

Falls

4

peting at 189 lbs., and also was a state champion both years ... wrestled for coach Dennis King at Central Catholic High School ... posted a 41­2 record as a senior, winning state title and setting school record with 35 falls ... an all­state champion in 2005 at 189 lbs., and the runner­up in 2005 and third place finisher in 2004 ... won sectional crown in 2005 and 2006 ... had a career record of 135­28 with 95 falls, competing at 171 lbs. as a freshman and 189 lbs. the final three seasons ... two­time league MVP and three­time all­conference selection ... an excellent student who was a two­time Boston Globe and Boston Herald All­Scholastic selec­ tion.

2

TF MD

0

NCAA

3

DNC

DNQ

DNC

DNQ

1

0

1

3

0

4

Shawn Fendone

EWL

Year

2006­07 2007­08 2008­09 Career

Overall W L

Duals W L

redshirted 5 6 0 7 4 0 12

10

0

Falls

TF MD

0 1

1 0

0 1

1 2

1

1

1

3

EWL

NCAA

DNC DNC

DNQ DNQ

197

Junior Salem, NH Central Catholic(Mass.) HS The younger brother of former Boro heavyweight Joey Fendone, who will now look to make his own mark while moving up to 197 lbs... is switching places with Pat Bradshaw and is the likely starter at 197 lbs... has had a ten­ dency to get injured or ill, but coaching staff feels he is stronger at this weight class and has the talent to be a solid starter … talented New England wrestler who enjoyed a lot of success in high school ... won two New England titles as a prepster.

} 2008-09

Spent most of the year at 184 lbs., finishing with a 7­4 record with a technical fall and a pair of major decisions ... competed against Rider at Virginia Duals at 197 lbs... turned in strong showing at Southern Scuffle, taking home fourth place ... went 4­2, with both losses to nationally­ ranked opponents ... faced 17th­ranked Justin Kerber of Cornell twice, registering a 6­2 upset in the first match before losing 7­2 in the third place match ... lost twice to Kent State’s nationally­ranked Justin Kilgore, one coming in the championship match of the Oklahoma Gold Classic.

} 2007-08

Ended the year with a 5­6 record with a fall and a major decision … placed second at the Edinboro Open.

} 2006-07

Competed in several open events at 184 lbs. while redshirting ... finished with a 6­5 record, with four of the wins coming via fall.

} High School

Won the New England Championship as a junior and senior while com­

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149

Sophomore Holbrook, PA West Greene HS

along with a second place ... captured 2006 Southwest Regional title ... competed in the 2007 Dapper Dan Classic for the WPIAL team ... was Powerade Tournament champion at 135 lbs. as a junior ... also a solid student who was twice a PWCA All­Academic selection ... named the West Greene Area Lions Club Athlete of the Year.

} Personal

Born July 25, 1988 ... full name is Kory Logan Bissett ... son of Joyce and Rickey Bissett ... Health & Physical Education ­­Teacher’s Certification major.

Third­year sophomore who is expected to step up in his third year and make a bigger impact ... head coach tim Flynn commented that he will be expected to pick up some wins in tournaments while competing at 149 lbs... two­time PIAA placewinner.

Kory Bissett’s Career Statistics Year

2007­08 2008­09

Overall W L

Duals W L

redshirted 5 8 0

Falls

0

1

TF MD

1

0

EWL

NCAA

DNC

DNQ

} 2008-09

Saw a good deal of action as a reserve at 149 lbs., finishing with a 5­8 record with a fall and a technical fall ... went 2­2 at UB Open and Kent State Open.

} 2007-08

Chris Hrunka

} High School

Sophomore Washington, NJ Warren Hills HS

Was 8­9 at 141 lbs. while redshirting and competing in open events ... won four matches by fall ... turned in strong showings at Michigan State Open (freshman & sophomore division) and Kent State Open, going 3­2 in both events. Competed for coach Allen Hughes at West Greene High School, compil­ ing a career record of 135­31 ... two­time PIAA placewinner, finishing sev­ enth a year ago at 140 lbs., ending the year with a 17­3 record ... was third at 135 lbs. as a junior, going 47­4 overall and setting a school record with 30 falls ... a four­time PIAA state qualifier who had a 38­9 record as a sophomore and 33­15 as a freshman ... a three­time WPIAL champion, along with a third place finish, and was a three­time Section champion,

165

Came to Edinboro two years ago, sit­ ting out his first campaign before com­ peting a year ago ... made strides a year ago and benefitted from time on the mat ... coaching staff wants to see him push himself a little more, but posssesses talent at 165 lbs.

} 2008-09

Finished with a 4­10 record, filling in for Jarrod King at 165 lbs. when he was out with an injury ... went 0­6 in dual matches, but had the misfor­ tune of facing three nationally­ranked wrestlers ... went 3­2 at Nittany Lion Open, with first career win a 6­1 decision over Binghamton’s Mike Digiorgio.

} 2007-08 Redshirted.

} High School

A three­year starter at Warren Hills High School, where he was a district and regional champion as a senior ... a two­time first team All­Jersey selec­ tion, as a sophomore and senior, and was a second team choice as a junior ... had a 91­27 career record ... finished 37­4 as a senior at 160 lbs., with 21 pins ... was a New Jersey state quarterfinalist ... had a 29­9 record as a junior while competing at 145 lbs... in 2004­05, finished with a 21­11 record ... also competed in soccer and cross country.

} Personal

Born August 5, 1989 ... full name is Christopher John Hrunka ... son of Edith and John Hrunka ... Health & Physical Education/Teacher’s Certification major.

Chris Hrunka’s Career Statistics Year

2007­08 2008­09

Overall W L

Duals W L

redshirted 4 10 0

6

Falls

1

TF MD

0

0

EWL

NCAA

DNC

DNQ

Chris Hrunka

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Tim Lutke Sophomore Chatham, NJ Chatham HS

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Former transfer from Johnson & Wales College who is another candidate for time at 197 lbs.

} High School

A four­year starter for head coach Mike Liberato at Chatham High School ... as a senior was regional champion and had undefeated 38­0 record heading into New Jersey state championship before suffering an injury ... three­time district finalist ... two­time all­state selection while competing in football and also earned all­area honors in both sports.

} Personal

Born July 5, 1987 ... full name is Timothy Kristopher Lutke ... son of Elaine Lutke and Steve Lutke ... Health & Physical Education major.

197

Ken Massey Sophomore New Kensington, PA Valley HS

Paul Paddock

174

Sophomore Warsaw, NY Warsaw Central HS Former two­time New York state champion who was one of the blue­ chip recruits in the Class of 2007 ... hard­working wrestler with plenty of talent ... saw plenty of action a year ago after redshirting the year before that, but is questionable heading into this year after suffering a knee injury which required surgery ... head coach Tim Flynn feels he still has a chance to be very good, and predicts he may ultimately move down to 165 lbs., where he competed as a freshman ... Flynn notes that this is an important year for him, and he needs to get back on the mats once healthy ... was ranked fourth among seniors at 160 lbs. by InterMat, and was ninth according to Amateur Wrestling News.

} 2008-09

Took over as the starter at 174 lbs. after Phil Moricone went down with an injury ... finished with a 10­14 record, and had won three of his last four matches when he suffered a season­ending knee injury in early February ... lost first four matches, but then came back with three straight wins by fall, two coming in the PSAC Championships, where he finished fourth ... also had two technical falls and two major decisions ... wenet 2­2 at the Reno Tournament ... four of his losses came against nationally­ranked opponents.

Former walk­on who provides depth at 197 lbs... hard­working competitor who loves the sport and will compete for time at 197 lbs.

} 2008-09

Posted a 5­8 record while competing in open tournaments ... went 3­2 at the UB Open, recording first career win, a 6­5 decision over Harry Turner of Lock Haven.

} 2007-08

Redshirted ... picked up a fifth place finish at the Edinboro Open while competing at 197 lbs.

} High School

Wrestled for head coach Steve Ansami at Valley High School ... finished with a 39­47 career record ... also competed in football and tennis.

} Personal

Born July 1, 1989 ... full name is Kenneth Wehn Massey ... son of Kathleen and Kenneth Massey ... undeclared major.

Ken Massey’s Career Statistics Year

2007­08 2008­09

Overall W L

Duals W L

redshirted 5 8 0

0

Falls

1

TF MD

0

0

EWL

NCAA

DNC

DNQ

Paul Paddock

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} Personal

} High School

Dan Estricher

Finished with a 15­6 record while competing as a redshirt at 165 lbs... took first place at the Michigan State Open (freshman & sophomore division), and was third at the UB Open, losing only to Bloomsburg regu­ lar Ricky Schmelyun ... turned in a strong showing at Southern Scuffle, going 4­2 ... was eliminated by a 5­2 decision against 17th­ranked Chris Brown of Old Dominion ... also took home second place at Edinboro Open. Enjoyed an illustrious career at Warsaw Central High School, winning New York state championships as a sophomore and senior, and finish­ ing second as a junior and fourth as a freshman ... compiled a perfect 47­ 0 record as a senior, winning the 160 lb. state title, then went on to fin­ ish second at the NHSCA Nationals, losing to Ohio State recruit Clint Sponseller, InterMat’s second­ranked 160­pounder, in the final ... led Warsaw Central to the 2007 Division II state championship ... as a sopho­ more, placed second at 160 lbs., then went on to finish third at the 2006 Junior Nationals ... was the state champion at 145 lbs. as a sophomore, and came in fourth at 125 lbs. as a freshman ... finished with an incredi­ ble 239­19 career record, winning 135 by fall, and setting the school record for wins ... was a six­year varsity starter ... a five­time district champion and five­time regional titlist ... six­time district all­star and was named the district Wrestler of the Year three times ... also a four­time New York State Greco­Roman champion and three­time NYS freestyle champion ... 2007 National All­American in Freestyle and Greco and was Eastern Regional champion in both styles ... 2005 ASICS Junior All­ American and named to Junior Greco All­Tournament Team.

} Personal

Born October 25, 1988 ... full name is Paul David Paddock ... son of Jeanie and Brad Paddock ... Business ­ Accounting major ... brother Ian is a member of the Ohio State wrestling team.

Born April 2, 1990 ... full name is Jeffrey Dean Brigham ... son of Tammy and Kevin Lawson ... Sports and Recreation major.

Hwt.

Freshman (redshirt) Mechanicsburg, PA Mechanicsburg Area HS Did not compet for the Fighting Scots a year ago, but now joins the competi­ tion at heavyweight.

} High School

Wrestled for head coach Roger Barrack at Mechanicsburg Area High School, where he was a four­year starter ... first wrestler to reach 100 wins in school history ... finished sixth at PIAA Class AAA state champi­ onships as a senior, losing to fellow Fighting Scot Mike Horton in fifth place match by a 4­2 decision ... finished his senior season with a 35­7 record and was third at regional ... three­time all­conference performer, twice earning first team honors ... also a two­year starter in football.

} Personal

Born June 23, 1989 ... full name is Daniel Blair Estricher... son of Lynn and Larry Estricher ... Criminal Justice major .... father played football at Shippensburg.

Paul Paddock’s Career Statistics Year

Overall W L

Duals W L

2007­08 2008­09

redshirted 10 14 4

Falls

8

Jeff Brigham

3

TF MD

2

2

EWL

NCAA

DNC

DNQ

149

Freshman (redshirt) Middleport, NY Royalton-Hartland HS Redshirt freshman who will provide depth at 149 lbs.... another of the young wrestlers who picked up some wins in open tournaments a year ago and now must step up.

} 2008-09

Redshirted ... had a 4­7 record while competing in open tournaments at 149 lbs.

} High School

Competed for coach Kevin Lawson, his step­father, at Royalton­ Hartland High School ... a five­year starter for the Rams, ending his career with a 129­35 record ... won a total of 14 career tournaments ... placed third at 130 lbs. at the state qualifier as a sophomore, then won Section IV championship at 140 lbs. as a junior.

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Mike Horton

Hwt.

Freshman (redshirt) Philipsburg, PA Philipsburg-Osceola HS A talented young wrestler who red­ shirted a year ago and gained valuable experience ... has a lot of potential ... mobile wrestler for his size ... benefit­ ted from working out on a daily basis with Joey Fendone.

} 2008-09

Recorded a 5­7 record while redshirting and competing in open events ... wrestled in the UB Open, the Nittany Lion open, and the Kent State Open ... went 2­2 at the Nittany Lion Open.

} High School

Wrestled for coach Tim McCamley at Philipsburg­Osceola High School ... finished his senior season with a 36­8 record, placing fifth at the PIAA Class AAA state championships ... defeated Danny Estricher of Mechanicsburg, 4­2, in the fifth place match ... earlier placed second at the District 6 Tournament and was third at the Northwest Regional Tournament ... had a 25­13 record as a junior, once again finishing as the District 6 runner­up ... a two­time first team Progressland All­Star selec­ tion ... was also a standout in football, earning Pennsylvania Football News second team All­State accolades as a senior, along with being named an Altoona Mirror first team All­Star twice.

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Born April 3, 1990 ... full name is Michael Lynn Horton ... son of Tess and Jeff Horton ... undeclared major.

Ashton Osterberg

133

184/197

Freshman Miller Place, NY Miller Place HS An early signee with the Fighting Scots who will compete for time at either 184 or 197 lbs... a two­time New York state placewinner who will probably benefit from redshirting.

Senior Edinboro, PA General McLane HS

} High School

Transfer from Thiel who is expected to provide depth at 133 lbs... has not wres­ tled the last two years after competing for the Tomcats as a freshman ... hails from nearby General McLane High School.

} At Thiel

Wrestled for the Tomcats as a freshman in 2006­07 but did not compete the last two years ... also competed in cross country and track & field at Thiel.

} High School

Competed for head coach Ryan Cook at General McLane High School ... a two­year starter in wrestling for thr Lancers, and was also a four­year regular in cross country ... also competed in baseball, tennis and track for the Lancers.

} Personal

Born November 21, 1986 ... full name is Ashton Michael Osterberg ... son of Billie and Bob Fitzsimmons ... Sports Administration major.

Bijan Banks

Zach Buonaiuto

125

Freshman Elkton, MD Bohemia Manor HS Freshman who is expected to provide depth at 125 lbs... in all likelihood will redshirt this season.

} High School

Competed in wrestling, football and track at Bohemia Manor High School ... finished senior season with 30­9 record while competing at 119 lbs... ... earned all­county honors ... also attended Old Mill Senior High School

A two­time New York state placewinner while competing at Miller Place High School ... finished fifth at 189 lbs. as a junior and senior ... was the high school’s first state placewinner and finished with over 100 career wins ... won Suffolk County championship as a junior and senior ... set school record for wins in a a season with 43 in 2007­08 ... also earned all­county honors all four years ... three­year starter in football, as well.

} Personal

Born January 25, 1991 ... full name is Zach Thomas Buonaiuto... son of Jakki and Thomas Buonaiuto ... Human Performance major.

Jon-Marc Burdick

141

Freshman Smethport, PA Smethport HS Freshman who is described as “ener­ getic” by head coach Tim Flynn and will provode depth at 141 lbs... Flynn feels he will fit in well given his love for wrestling.

} High School

A four­year starter at Smethport High School, finishing with a 114­12 career record ... was a District 9 All­Star and Allegheny Mountain League All­ Star ... also earned two letters in football and cross country.

} Personal

Born October 12, 1990 ... full name is Jon­Marc Burdick ... son of Jackie and Perry Burdick ... undeclared major.

} Personal

Born March 21, 1991 ... full name is Bijan Antonio Banks ... son of Nicole and Anthony Castle ... undeclared major.

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Shawn Giblin

133

Freshman Cranston, RI Cranston West HS

starter in cross country.

} Personal

Born May 2, 1991 ... full name is John Vincent Greisheimer ... son of Laura Greisheimer and Paul Greisheimer ... Health & Physical Education major.

Ernest James

Another of the many New England wrestlers on the Edinboro roster ... expected to redshirt as a freshman, but appears to have a bright future at 133 lbs. after earning all­state honors four times in high school .. noted for his atti­ tide and work ethic.

Hwt.

Freshman Medford, NY Longwood HS

} High School

Enjoyed an illustrious career at Cranston West High School, where he was a four­year starter and finished his career with a 167­14 record ... became just the second wrestler in Rhode Island history to earn all­state honors all four years after winning all four of his matches at 135 lbs. as a senior ... was named the Outstanding Wrestler at the state champi­ onship as a senior after finishing the year undefeated and leading Cranston West to their fourth straight state championship ... was also named the Outstanding Wrestler at the New England Championships as a senior ... won the 125 lb. state title as a junior, finishing the year with a 44­2 record, then went on to place third at the New England Championships ... was the Rhode Island state champion at 125 lbs. as a sophomore and 112 lbs. as a freshman ... was named the Cox Rhode Island Wrestler of the Year as a senior and won the Dave Schultz High School Excellence Award winner.

} Personal

Born October 9, 1990 ... full name is Shawn Robert Giblin ... son of Ellie and Don Giblin ... undeclared major.

Former New York state champion at 215 lbs. who figures to have a bright future with the Fighting Scots at heavy­ weight ... now up to 255 lbs... has talent and drive and head coach Tim Flynn sees him as a future force ... will proba­ bly redshirt this season.

} High School

Captured New York Division I state championship as a senior and first­ time qualifier, finishing the year with a 44­1 record defeated defending state champion Paul Glover of Spencerport in the semifinals ... ended his career with a 109­22 ledger ... a three­year starter for head coach Mike Picozzi at Longwood High School ... also won league and Suffolk County Section XI championships as a senior ... received the most pins/least time at section championship, with four in 5:57 ... was second in league and county as a junior, again competing at 215 lbs. ... ranked 11th in Wrestling USA’s 2008­09 High School All­Class Rankings ... also named to ASICS All­America Team as an honorable mention choice.

} Personal

Born April 27, 1991 ... full name is Ernest Q. James ... son of Arthenia Sealy­James and Ernest James ... Sports Administration major.

Johnny Greisheimer

157

Freshman Wantagh, NY Wantagh HS Highly­acclaimed recruit who is expect­ ed to battle fellow freshman Matt Laird for starting job at 157 lbs... two­time New York state champion ... extremely hard worker who head coach Tim Flynn predicts will be “a great one” before his career is over.

} High School

Two­time New York state champion while competing for head coach James Murphy at Wantagh High School ... a five­year starter for the Warriors who came away with the 152 lb. state title as a senior ... that capped a 42­0 season and brought his career record to 182­14 ... named to Amateur Wrestling News Senior High School All­America Team and ranked seventh in Wrestling USA’s 2008­09 High School All­Class Rankings ... also named to ASICS All­America Team as an honorable mention choice ... won the 145 lb. championship as a junior, finishing with a 49­1 record ... helped Wantagh to team state championship as a senior ... a two­time national runner­up ... earned all­county honors four times and was a five­time all­conference honoree ... also a four­year

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Matt Laird Freshman Linesville, PA Conneaut Lake HS One of two freshmen, along with Johnny Greisheimer, who will compete for the starting job at 157 lbs... may not be as highly­touted a recruit as Greisheimer, but head coach Tim Flynn feels he is going to surprise a lot of people ... described as a tough wrestler ... may end up redshirting.

} High School

Attended Linesville High School, but competed for Conneaut Lake High School since Linesville did not have a wrestling team ... finished his career with a 139­25 record and was a two­time PIAA state medalist ... also a three­time District 10 champion ... as a senior finished with a 39­3 record and placed seventh at 152 lbs. at the PIAA Class AAA state cham­ pionships ... was the third seed out of the Northwest Region Tournament ... was a first team all­star in Region 4 ... as a junior went 37­

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2009-10 Fighting Scots 6, placing eighth at 135 lbs, at the PIAA Class AAA state championships, and was once again the third seed out of the Northwest Region ... also a standout in football at Linesville, ranking second all­time in career receiv­ ing yards ... earned all­conference honors as a tight end and linebacker.

Timmy Rich

Born October 4, 1990 ... full name is Matthew Robert Laird... son of Jennifer and Scott Laird ... undeclared major.

Freshman Chelmsford, MASS Chelmsford HS

} Personal

Tim Murphy

197

A young wrestler who will provide depth at 141 lbs... will likely benefit from redshirting this year.

} High School

A four­year starter for his father Bruce Rich at Chelmsford High School ... a three­time Massachusetts state cham­ pion who also won the 135 lb. New England championship in 2008 ... was 49­1 in 2008 as a senior and fin­ ished his career with a 189­12 record with 134 career falls ... also had a second and third place in New England Championships ... was a three­ year starter in football, where his father was also the coach, and was a four­year regular in tennis.

Freshman Nazareth, PA Nazareth HS Freshman who is a promising wrestler with a strong work ethic, but will likely redshirt while providing depth at 197 lbs.

} High School

} Personal

} Personal

Luke Speno

A three­year starter for Nazareth High School and head coach Dave Crowell ... part of 2006­07 PIAA Class AAA state championship team ... was 2009 District XI runner­up ... three­time District XI placewinner and three­time North East qualifier ... also played football for two years. Born December 28, 1990 ... full name is Timothy Thomas Murphy ... son of Sally and Pat Murphy ... Secondary Education ­­ Mathematics major ... brother Patrick wrestles at Hofstra.

Jordan Powell

141

149

Freshman Hadley, PA Commodore Perry HS Local product from nearby Commodore Perry High School who will provide depth at 149 lbs... likely candi­ date to redshirt.

} High School

A four­year starter for head coach Kevin Drew at Commodore Perry High School ... the Panthers finished as 2009 regional champions and were second in region in 2008 ... set school record with 140 career wins ... capped career with seventh place finish at 140 lbs. at the 2009 PIAA Class AA State Championships ... ended the season with a 37­7 record ... was the District 10 and Northwest Region champion ... also competed in cross country.

Born February 10, 1989 ... full name is Timothy James Rich ... son of Peggy and Bruce Rich ... Health & Physical Education major.

157

Freshman Mt. Kisco, NY Fox Lane HS One of a number of freshmen compet­ ing for time at 157 lbs... will likely red­ shirt.

} High School

Competed for head coach Joe Amuso at Fox Lane High School, where he was a four­year starter ... team won two section championships and finished third at the 2009 New York state championships ... finished fifth at the state championships as a senior while competing at 145 lbs., and won the section championship twice ... qualified for states as a junior at 140 lbs... earned all­state, all­section and all­league honors.

} Personal

Born November 13, 1990 ... full name is Luke Anthony Speno... son of Anna and Tony Speno ... Criminal Justice major.

} Personal

Born May 5, 1991 ... full name is Jordan Robert Powell ... son of Jamie and Rob Powell ... undeclared major.

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2009-10 Fighting Scots Breakdown by Weight Class 125 Bijan Banks Michael Bunn Eric Morrill

133 Kyle Fluke Shawn Giblin Ashton Osterberg

141 Jon­Marc Burdick Timmy Rich Joel Webster

149 Kory Bissett Jeff Brigham Torsten Gillespie Jordan Powell

157 Joe Bockmore Johnny Greisheimer Matt Laird Dan Snyder Luke Speno

165 Chris Hrunka Jarrod King

174 Phil Moricone Paul Paddock

184 Zach Buonaiuto Pat Bradshaw Chris Honeycutt

197 Shawn Fendone Tim Lutke Kenny Massey Tim Murphy

Hwt. Chris Birchler Dan Estricher Mike Horton Ernest James

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NAME Kory Bissett Bijan Banks Chris Birchler Kory Bissett Joe Bockmore Pat Bradshaw Jeff Brigham Michael Bunn Zach Buonaiuto Jon­Marc Burdick Dan Estricher Shawn Fendone Kyle Fluke Shawn Giblin Torsten Gillespie Johnny Greisheimer Chris Honeycutt Mike Horton Chris Hrunka Ernest James Jarrod King Matt Laird Tim Lutke Kenny Massey Phil Moricone Eric Morrill Tim Murphy Ashton Osterberg Paul Paddock Jordan Powell Timmy Rich Dan Snyder Luke Speno Joel Webster

WT. 141 125 Hwt. 149 157 184 149 125 184/197 141 Hwt. 197 133 133 149 157 184 Hwt. 165 Hwt. 165 157 197 197 174 125 197 133 174 149 141 157 157 141

YR.

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL

Fr.­r Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr.­r Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr.­r Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr.­r So. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr.

Holbrook, PA/West Greene Elkton, MD/Bohemia Manor Fairfield, NJ/Seton Hall Prep/East Stroudsburg Holbrook, PA/West Greene Wellington, OH/Wellington Saegertown, PA/Saegertown Middleport, NY/Royalton­Hartland Eden, NY/Eden Miller Place, NY/Miller Place Smethport, PA/Smethport Mechanicsburg, PA/Mechanicsburg Area Salem, NH/Central Catholic(Mass.) State College, PA/State College Cranston, RI/Cranston West Webster, NY/Webster Schroeder Wantagh, NY/Wantagh North Ridgeville, OH/St. Edward Philipsburg, PA/Philipsburg­Osceola Washington, NJ/Warren Hills Medford, NY/Longwood Connellsville, PA/Connellsville/Oklahoma Linesville, PA/Conneaut Lake Chatham, NJ/Chatham New Kensington, PA/Valley Derry, NH/Pinkerton Sandown, NH/Timberland Regional Nazareth, PA/Nazareth Edinboro, PA/General McLane/Thiel Warsaw, NY/Warsaw Central Hadley, PA/Commodore Perry Chelmsford, MA/Chelmsford Erie, PA/Harbor Creek Mt. Kisco, NY/Fox Lane Norfolk, CT/Northwestern Regional #7

HEAD COACH: Tim Flynn (136­39­4, 12 years) ASST. COACHES: Cliff Moore, Kyle Cerminara and Joey Fendone

Scots By State Pennsylvania(13): Kory Bissett, Pat Bradshaw, Jon­Marc Burdick, Dan Estricher, Kyle Fluke, Mike Horton, Jarrod King, , Matt Laird, Kenny Massey, Tim Murphy, Ashton Osterberg, Jordan Powell, Dan Snyder New York(8): Zach Buonaiuto, Jeff Brigham, Michael Bunn, Torsten Gillespie, Johnny Greisheimer, Ernest James, Paul Paddock, Luke Speno New Hampshire(3): Shawn Fendone, Phil Moricone, Eric Morrill New Jersey(3): Chris Birchler, Chris Hrunka, Tim Lutke Ohio(2): Joe Bockmore, Chris Honeycutt Connecticut(1): Joel Webster Maryland (1): Bijan Banks Massachusetts(1): Timmy Rich

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2008-09 in Review

} Section Contents 2008-09 Season in Review ..............................28-29 2008-09 Dual Meet Results ............................30-31 2009 NCAA National Championship ................32 Fighting Scots at 2009 Nationals........................33 2009 EWL Tournament ........................................34 2009 PSAC Championship....................................35 2008-09 Final Statistics ..........................................36


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2008-09 Year in Review Edinboro Makes it the Year of the Fighting Scots at Nationals; Jarrod King Becomes Fourth Division I National Champion The 2008­09 wrestling campaign reiterated the fact that

Edinboro has become a major factor not only in eastern wrestling cir­ cles, but nationally, as well. The Fighting Scots finished in the top team at the NCAA Division I National Championships for the third time in the last four years. Following a bit of a hiccup the year before, when the Fighting Scots finished in a tie for 21st, this time around head coach Tim Flynn guided his team to possibly the best showing ever at Nationals. True, the 2008­09 squad matched the 1996­97 edition with a sixth place finish. But the Fighting Scots could boast of three All­Americans, led by Jarrod King, who became Edinboro’s fourth Division I national champion. Throw in a national runnerup in Paul Donahoe, plus a fourth place finish for Gregor Gillespie, who joined Josh Koscheck as Edinboro lone four­time All­Americans, and this was an impressive showing at wrestling greatest venue. Chris Honeycutt nearly gave Edinboro a fourth All­American, finishing in the top 12. 2008­09 marked the first time Edinboro had two wrestlers compet­ ing for a national championship. Donahoe, the Nebraska transfer who was cleared to wrestle in late December, started off the evening at the Scottrade Center against Cornell’s Troy Nickerson in a rematch of the 2007 national title bout at 125 lbs. That one would end in controversy, and this one would as well. Nickerson came away with the 2­1 decision in overtime when he was awarded a penalty point for locked hands. That was the only setback marring Donahoe’s record as the senior fin­ ished trhe season at 35­1 and entered nationals as the top seed. Five matches later Jarrod King followed with the most unlikely of all the national championships won in 2009 in St. Louis. A 12th seed who in January didn’t even look like he would be around to compete at Nationals, King upset second­seeded Andrew Howe of Wisconsin 3­2. He parlayed a body lock in the third period for the bout’s lone take­ down, snapping a 1­1 tie. That capped an incredible season as King fin­ ished the year with a 32­5 record.

Unfortunately, the fourth trip to Nationals proved a disappointment for Gillespie, who would have to “settle” for a fourth place finish at 157 lbs. Nemesis Jordan Leen of Cornell defeated Gillespie in the third place match 4­0, marking the first time Gillespie left Nationals with a loss. Gillespie capped a brillinat career in which he departed with a 152­13 career record, breaking Jason Robison’s record for victories.

King, Flynn Dominate EWL, PSAC Awards Edinboro ‘s Jarrod King and Tim Flynn swept the awards for Wrestler of the Year and Coach of the Year, respectively, for the Eastern Wrestling League and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference. King finished the year with a 32­ 5 record and was the 165 lb. national champion. He won his second EWL and PSAC titles. Flynn led Edinboro to a sixth place finish at Nationals, tying the highest finish ever at the NCAA Division I National Championships. Edinboro finished in the top ten for the third time in the last four years, and had three All­Americans for the third time in four years, as well. Flynn guided Edinboro to its 11th EWL Tournament title in the last 12 years, and tenth PSAC title in that same period. Edinboro also won the EWL regular season crown for the fourth straight year. Flynn led Edinboro to a 14­4­1 record, with the losses to Penn State, Ohio State, Lehigh and Oklahoma State. He broke the school record for career wins late this year, and now has a record of 136­39­4 after 12 seasons as the head coach of the Fighting Scots. King’s selection marked the tenth straight year an Edinboro wrestler has been named the PSAC Athlete of the Year, while Flynn has now been named the PSAC Coach of the Year eight times in 12 seasons, including the last three years. He has been rec­ ognized by the EWL five times.

Gregor Gillespie Joins Koscheck as Four-Time AllAmerican, Set Career Wins Record Edinboro’s record for career wins had stood since 1998 when Jason Robison concluded a brilliant career with a 145­23­0 record. That stan­ dard was broken in the last dual match of the year when Gregor Gillespie won a 14­0 major decision over West Virginia’s Ryan Goodman. That left the senior with a 146­10 career ledger. Gillespie wrestled his first two seasons at 149 lbs., and his last two at 157 lbs. He began his career with a seventh place finish at Nationals as a freshman while competing at 149 lbs., ending the year with a 40­4 record. He became Edinboro’s third Division I national champion his sophomore year, defeating Josh Churella of Michigan 3­2 in the finals. That gave him a 34­2 ledger. Gillespie would move up to 157 lbs. in 2008, but his quest for a second title ended in the semifinals. He would rally to bring home fifth place and end the year at 37­4. Gillespie reached the semifinals for the third straight year as a senior. He would have to settle for fourth place and a 41­3 record. That capped his brilliant career with a 152­13 record.

King Named ESPN The Magazine Academic AllAmerican, Gillespie NWCA All-Academic Honorees Jarrod King proved he was not only a standout on the wrestling mat. The Fighting Scot wrestler was one of 15 student­athletes named to the 2009 ESPN The Magazine Academic All­America Men’s At­Large University Division All­America Team. The men’s at­large program for the Academic All­American includes the sports of fencing, golf, gymnas­ tics, ice hockey, lacrosse, rifle, skiing, tennis, water polo and wrestling. Former Edinboro standout Alex Clemsen was previously named to the ESPN The Magazine second team in 2007. At the time King had a 3.79 GPA as an Individualized Studies major. He was previously named to the NWCA All­Academic Team along with teammate Torsten Gillespie.

Jarrod King is about to record the third period takedown against Wisconsin’s Andrew Howe that produced a national championship.

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Boro Ends Year with 26-Match EWL Non-Losing Streak Edinboro’s 19­19 tie with West Virginia at the end of the season snapped

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2008-09 Year in Review the Fighting Scots’ 24­match winning streak in EWL dual matches. However, the Fighting Scots still own a non­losing streak of 26 straight matches, with a 24­0­2 record during that period. The Fighting Scots have not lost since a 21­14 loss to Bloomsburg in 2004­05, and had gone 6­0 each of the last three years before finishing at 5­0­1 this year.

Tim Flynn Sets Career Wins Record Edinboro head coach Tim Flynn broke Fred Caro’s record for career wins in the Fighting Scots’ 31­8 win over Pittsburgh. Flynn ended his 12th sea­ son as the head coach with a 136­39­4 record. Caro posted a 135­98­4 record as the head coach from 1963­84.

Honeycutt at 184 lbs. Ricky Deubel placed second at 133 lbs., with Kyle Fluke third at 125 lbs. Pat Bradshaw placed fourth at 197 lbs., while Joel Webster (141 lbs.) and Torsten Gillespie (149 lbs.) came in sixth.

Fighting Scots Make it Four Straight PSAC Titles In 1977 Jeff Bradshaw captured the PSAC championship at 177 lbs., and a year later he brought home the 190 lb. title. His son Pat joined him as a PSAC champion at the 2007 PSAC Championships at Clarion. Pat picked up the title at 197 lbs. He won all three of his matches, including a 5­1 decision over Lock Haven’s Ben Hepburn in the finals, to join his father as a PSAC champion.

Boro Finishes Fourth at Virginia Duals Eight Scots Go to Nationals Edinboro sent a total of eight wrestlers to Nationals in 2009, one shy of the school record. The Fighting Scots received strong contributions from many of them while posting the record­tying sixth place finish. Jarrod King took home first place at 165 lbs., winning all five of his matches. He was almost joined as a national champion by Paul Donahoe, who arrived in St. Louis as the number one seed but would have to settle for second place following a 2­1 tiebreaker loss to Troy Nickerson of Cornell in the finals. Gregor Gillespie gave the Fighting Scots a third All­American with a fourth place finish at 157 lbs. Heavyweight Joey Fendone won three bouts in his fourth trip to Nationals, while Chris Honeycutt fell a win shy of All­American status at 184 lbs. when lost to Wyoming’s Joe LeBlanc in the round of 12. Ricky Deubel (133 lbs.), Torstsen Gillespie (149) and Pat Bradshaw (197 lbs.) all went 1­2.

Joey Fendone, Ricky Deubel Reach Milestones Senior Joey Fendone achieved a milestone in a big way against Pittsburgh. Facing 12th­ranked Zach Sheaffer, he trailed 2­0 with 11 seconds remaining. Fendone registered an escape seconds later, then was awarded a stalling point to send the match into overtime. He picked up the winning take­ down with 11 seconds left in sudden victory for a 4­2 decision. It represent­ ed his 100th career win. Fendone concluded his career at 105­40. Ricky Deubel became the 22nd Fighting Scot to reach 100 career wins when he won by technical fall 18­3 over Clarion’s Cameron Moran in the quarterfinals of the EWL Championships. He finished with a 102­51.

Edinboro Wins Seventh Straight EWL Crown as Four Win Individual Crowns With seven wrestlers reaching the finals and four coming away with individual championships, Edinboro left little doubt while coasting to its seventh straight Eastern Wrestling League championship. The Fighting Scots finished with 126.5 points to outdistance second place West Virginia. The Mountaineers totaled 95.50 points. Paul Donahoe (125 lbs.), Jarrod King (165 lbs.), Chris Honeycutt (184 lbs.), and Pat Bradshaw (197 lbs.) won individual titles. Gregor Gillespie picked up a second place finish at 157 lbs., as did Joey Fendone at heavyweight.

Edinboro came into the Virginia Duals seeded fourth, and as it turned out,. that’s where the Fighting Scots finished. The Scots opened with a 24­10 win over Rider, then disposed of 22nd­ranked Penn, 30­12, to reach the semifinals. Day two found head coach Tim Flynn having to patch together his lineup, with a couple wrestlers missing, including Jarrod King, ranked sixth at 165 lbs. Edinboro dropped a 19­14 match to eighth­ ranked Lehigh, the top seed. In the third place match, the Scots fell by a 24­12 count to 13th­ranked Oklahoma State. Edinboro had been hoping to pick up its second straight Virginia Duals title, after coming away with the championship in its last appearance in 2007.

Edinboro Wins Fourth Straight PSAC Crown to Match Lock Haven Record Edinboro became the first team since Lock Haven in 1948 to win four straight Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championships. Edinboro became the first team in PSAC history to win four consecutive PSAC titles. Lock Haven won five crowns in a row from 1940­42 and 1947­48. The Fighting Scots finished with 173.5 points to easily outdis­ tance the ten­team field. Bloomsburg was second with 108 points. Edinboro has now won 10 of the last 12 PSAC crowns. In addition, the Fighting Scots had seven champions for the second straight year. That ties the PSAC record, also owned by the 1986 Clarion team. Gregor Gillespie was named the Outstanding Wrestler for the second straight year after winning the 157 lb. championship, his third PSAC title. Gillespie was a 3­0 winner over 11th­ranked Matt Moley of Bloomsburg in the championship bout, the highest profile match of the day. Jarrod King and Pat Bradshaw won their second titles at 165 and 197 lbs., respective­ ly. Joel Webster was first at 141 lbs., with Torsten Gillespie recording a reversal with one second remaining for a 9­8 decision in the 149 lb. title match. Chris Honeycutt was the winner at 184 lbs., and Joey Fendone picked up the crown at heavyweight.

Nine Scots Place at Southern Scuffle as Fighting Scots Finish Second Edinboro picked up a second place finish out of 31 teams at the Southern Scuffle, as Cornell edged the Fighting Scots for first place. A total of nine Fighting Scots placed at the event. Three wrestlers ­­ Paul Donahoe (125 lbs.), Ricky Deubel (133 lbs.), and Gregor Gillespie (157 lbs.) ­­ brought home championships. In addition, Kyle Fluke and Jarrod King finished second at 125 and 165 lbs., respectively. Shawn Fendone claimed fourth place at 184 lbs., as did Eric Morrill, who was redshirting, at 125 lbs. Chris Honeycutt took sixth place at 184 lbs. and Torsten Gillespie was seventh at 149 lbs.

Boro Crowns Three Champions to Finish Second at Reno Tournament Edinboro had three champions and a total of eight wrestlers place at the Reno Tournament. Edinboro ended up finishing second out of 30 teams, with Oklahoma State bringing home first place. Gregor Gillespie won the title at 157 lbs., with Jarrod King winning at 165 lbs. and Chris

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2008-09 Dual Meet Results #15 Edinboro 48, Findlay 0 Fighting Scot Duals November 1, 2008 u Edinboro, PA 125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 Hwt.

Kyle Fluke (EU) fall over Nick Weisjhan (FU), 1:14 #19 Ricky Deubel (EU) fall over Alex Shumaker (FU), 1:12 Joel Webster (EU) dec. Josh Falk (FU), 5­0 Torsten Gillespie (EU) tech. fall Sean Dong (FU), 16­0, (4:12) #4 Gregor Gillespie (EU) maj. dec. Michael Lybarger (FU), 10­0 #8 Jarrod King (EU) dec. Justin Shannon (FU), 6­0 #17 Phil Moricone (EU) tech fall Jeff Havelka (FU), 20­4 (6:20) #16 Chris Honeycutt won by forfeit Pat Bradshaw (EU) dec. Dan Stevenson (FU), 13­3 #10 Joey Fendone (EU) fall over Dan Thoburn (FU), 3:47

#15 Edinboro 34, Army 7 Fighting Scot Duals November 1, 2008 u Edinboro, PA 125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 Hwt.

Kyle Fluke (EU) maj. dec. Lance Penhale (ARMY), 10­0 #19 Ricky Deubel (EU) dec. Whitt Dunning (ARMY), 7­2 Joel Webster (EU) dec. #16 Casey Thome (ARMY), 7­2 #6 Matt Kyler (ARMY) maj. dec. Torsten Gillespie (EU), 10­0 #4 Gregor Gillespie (EU) inj. def. Brian Rowan (ARMY), 0:06 #8 Jarrod King (EU) maj. dec. Chris Grill (ARMY), 13­2 #17 Phil Moricone (EU) dec. Ryan Mergen (ARMY) 7­1 #16 Chris Honeycutt (EU) tech fall. Garrett Hunter (ARMY), 18­0, (6:10) #16 Richard Starks (ARMY) dec. Pat Bradshaw (EU), 3­2 #10 Joey Fendone (EU) fall over Michael Sprigg (ARMY), 1:30

#15 Edinboro 23, Maryland 14 Fighting Scot Duals November 1, 2008 u Edinboro, PA 125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 Hwt

Brandon Bryne (UM) dec. Kyle Fluke (EU), 5­2 #12 Steve Bell (UM) maj. dec. #19 Ricky Deubel (EU), 13­3 Alex Krom (UM) maj. dec. Joel Webster (EU), 13­5 Torsten Gillespie (EU) dec. #14 Eric Medina (UM), 6­5 #4 Gregor Gillespie (EU) tech fall Kyle John (UM), 16­0, (4:39) #8 Jarrod King (EU) dec. Brian Letters (UM), 7­5 SV #17 Phil Moricone (EU) tech. fall Matt Maclean (UM) 25­10, (3:39) #16 Chris Honeycutt (EU) tech fall. Ryan Gray (UM) 16­0, (3:50) #2 Hudson Taylor (UM) dec. Pat Bradshaw (EU), 1­0 #10 Joey Fendone (EU) dec. Pat Gilmore(UM), 1­0

#15 Edinboro 32, Upper Iowa 12 Sprawl & Brawl Duals November 23, 2008 u Binghamton, NY 125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 Hwt.

Tyler Mumbolo (UI) tech. fall Kyle Fluke (EU), 18­2 Trevor Franklin (UI) dec. #15 Ricky Deubel (EU), 5­3 Ryan Morgan (EU) dec. Jacob Pedersen (UI), 7­2 #17 Torsten Gillespie (EU) dec. Micah Keller (UI), 11­7 #3 Gregor Gillespie (EU) maj. dec. Travis Eggers (UI), 9­0 #6 Jarrod King (EU) fall over Brett Hakeman (UI), 3:41 Mitch Norton (UI) maj. dec. Paul Paddock (EU), 14­0 #14 Chris Honeycutt (EU) maj. dec. Tony Gehling (UI), 9­0 Pat Bradshaw (EU) fall over Matt Norton (UI), 6:10 #8 Joey Fendone (EU) fall over Arron Cramer (UI), 3:40

#14 Penn State 24, #15 Edinboro 16 Sprawl & Brawl Duals November 23, 2008 u Binghamton, NY 125 133 141 149 157

165 174 184 197 Hwt.

#6 Jarrod King (EU) dec. Mark Friend (PSU), 8­5 #16 Quentin Wright (PSU) fall over Paul Paddock (EU), 2:41 #14 Chris Honeycutt (EU) dec. #13 Phil Bomberger (PSU), 8­3 Pat Bradshaw (EU) dec. Clay Steadman (PSU), 4­1 #8 Joey Fendone (EU) dec. Cameron Wade (PSU), 6­2

#15 Edinboro 20, #13 Boise State 12 Sprawl & Brawl Duals November 23, 2008 u Binghamton, NY 125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 Hwt.

Brian Owen (BSU) dec. Kyle Fluke (EU), 9­8 #9 Andrew Hochstrasser (BSU) dec. #15 Ricky Deubel (EU), 7­1 Joel Webster (EU) dec. #11 Cory Fish (BSU), 3­0 #17 Torsten Gillespie (EU) dec. Jason Chamberlain (BSU), 6­0 #3 Gregor Gillespie (EU) dec. Adam Hall (BSU), 1­0 #6 Jarrod King (EU) dec. Tyler Sherfrey (BSU), 6­5 Kurt Swartz (BSU) dec. Paul Paddock (EU), 6­1 #5 Kirk Smith (BSU) dec. #14 Chris Honeycutt (EU), 7­2 Pat Bradshaw (EU) maj. dec. Ryan Allen (BSU), 14­3 #8 Joey Fendone (EU) maj. dec. Sam Zylsta (BSU), 8­0

#6 Ohio State 19, #17 Edinboro 12 December 14, 2008 u Edinboro, PA 125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 Hwt.

Kyle Fluke (EU) dec. # 16 Nikko Triggas (OSU), 6­2 #8 Reece Humphrey (OSU) maj. dec. Ricky Deubel (EU), 14­6 Joel Webster (EU) dec. #8 J Jaggers (OSU), 5­4 #4 Lance Palmer (OSU) dec. #15 Torsten Gillespie (EU), 7­1 #2 Gregor Gillespie (EU) dec. #15 Jason Johnstone (OSU), 6­2 #6 Colt Sponseller (OSU) dec. #3 Jarrod King (EU), 4­1 Sean Nemec (OSU) dec. Paul Paddock (EU), 7­4 #1 Mike Pucillo (OSU) dec. #10 Chris Honeycutt (EU), 8­1 Pat Bradshaw (EU) dec. Cody Gardner (OSU), 3­0 #14 Corey Morrison (OSU) dec. #8 Joey Fendone (EU), 5­3

#15 Edinboro 24, Rider10 Virginia Duals -- First Round January 9, 2009 u Hampton, VA 125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 Hwt.

#2 Paul Donahoe (EU) tech. fall Filberto Colon (RU), 18­3 #16 Ricky Deubel (EU) dec. Jimmy Kirchner (RU), 9­4 Joel Webster (EU) dec. Fred Rodgers (RU), 6­4 #16 Torsten Gillespie (EU) dec. Aaron Nestor (RU), 8­4 #1 Gregor Gillespie (EU) dec. Mike Kessler (RU), 7­2 Jason Lapham (RU) dec. #6 Jarrod King (EU), 7­6 Paul Paddock (EU) maj. dec. Mike Ward (RU), 15­2 #6 Doug Umbehauer (RU) dec #18 Chris Honeycutt (EU), 9­3 Mike Miller (RU) maj. dec. Shawn Fendone (EU), 16­8 #14 Joey Fendone (EU) dec. Ed Bordas (RU), 11­4

#15 Edinboro 30, #22 Penn 12 Virginia Duals -- Quarterfinals January 9, 2009 u Hampton, VA 125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 Hwt.

#2 Paul Donahoe (EU) maj. dec. #7 Rollie Peterkin (UP), 15­5 #16 Ricky Deubel (EU) dec. Bryan Ortenzio (UP), 3­0 ot Joel Webster (EU) dec. Zack Kemmerer (UP), 3­0 Cesar Grajales (UP) dec. #16 Torsten Gillespie (EU), 4­2 #1 Gregor Gillespie (EU) tech. fall Jake Hunter (UP), 16­0 #6 Jarrod King (EU) fall over Zach Shanaman (UP), 0:46 Scott Griffin (UP) dec. Paul Paddock (EU), 6­2 #18 Chris Honeycutt (EU) dec. Colin Hitschler (UP), 4­2 Thomas Shovlin (UP) won by forfeit #14 Joey Fendone (EU) fall over Trey McLean (UP), 1:19

Brad Pataky (PSU) tech. fall Kyle Fluke (EU), 18­3 (7:00) Tim Haas (PSU) dec. #15 Ricky Deubel (EU), 5­4 Frank Molinaro (PSU) maj. dec. Joel Webster (EU), 16­4 #2 Bubba Jenkins (PSU) fall over #17 Torsten Gillespie (EU), 1:20 #3 Gregor Gillespie (EU) maj. dec. #2 Dan Vallimont (PSU), 8­0

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2008-09 Dual Meet Results #8 Lehigh 19, #15 Edinboro 14 Virginia Duals -- Semifinals January 10, 2009 u Hampton, VA 125 Kyle Fluke (EU) dec. Mitch Berger (LU), 2­0 133 #2 Paul Donahoe (EU) dec. Matt Fisk (LU), 2­1 tb 141 Seth Ciasulli (LU) dec. Joel Webster (EU), 5­0 149 #14 Trevor Chinn (LU) dec. #16 Torsten Gillespie (EU), 8­5 157 #1 Gregor Gillespie (EU) tech. fall Sean Bilodeau (LU), 17­2 165 #16 Mike Galante (LU) maj. dec. Chris Hrunka (EU), 18­7 174 #15 Alex Caruso (LU) dec. Paul Paddock (EU), 4­2 sv 184 David Craig (LU) dec #18 Chris Honeycutt (EU), 4­2 197 Pat Bradshaw (EU) dec. Joe Kennedy (LU), 2­1 tb Hwt. Zach Rey (LU) dec. #14 Joey Fendone (EU), 2­0

#13 Oklahoma State 24, #15 Edinboro 12 Virginia Duals -- Third Place January 10, 2009 u Hampton, VA 125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 Hwt.

#2 Paul Donahoe (EU) fall over #15 Obe Blanc (OSU), 1:40 Chris Notte (OSU) dec. #16 Ricky Deubel (EU), 6­4 tb # 17 Jamal Parks (OSU) dec. Joel Webster (EU), 6­4 sv Luke Silver (OSU) dec. #16 Torsten Gillespie (EU), 7­6 #1 Gregor Gillespie (EU) dec. Neil Erisman (OSU), 3­0 #12 Brandon Mason (OSU) fall over Chris Hrunka (EU), 2:39 Cody Hills (OSU) dec. Paul Paddock (EU), 5­0 #18 Chris Honeycutt (EU) dec. Chris McNeil (OSU), 10­4 #8 Clayton Foster (OSU) dec. Pat Bradshaw (EU), 7­2 #1 Jared Rosholt (OSU) dec. #14 Joey Fendone (EU), 7­0

#16 Edinboro 36, Clarion 4 January 16, 2009 u Edinboro, PA 174 184 197 Hwt. 125 133 141 149 157 165

Paul Paddock (EU) dec. Scott Joseph (CU), 4­3 #18 Chris Honeycutt (EU) dec. Clint Podish (CU), 2­0 Pat Bradshaw (EU) dec. Jamie Luckett (CU), 7­2 #14 Joey Fendone (EU) fall over Roman Husam (CU), 0:57 #1 Paul Donahoe (EU) tech. fall #20 Jay Ivanco (CU), 21­4 (3:45) #17 Ricky Deubel (EU) maj. dec. Zachary Oberlander (CU), 11­2 Steve Waite (EU) dec. Sal Lascari (CU), 8­3 #19 Torsten Gillespie (EU) won by forfeit #1 Gregor Gillespie (EU) dec. Hadley Harrison (CU), 7­0 Dominic Ross (CU) maj. dec. Chris Hrunka (EU), 12­3

#12 Edinboro 40, Cleveland State 4 February 6, 2009 u Edinboro, PA 184 197 Hwt. 125 133 141 149 157 165 174

#17 Chris Honeycutt (EU) maj. dec. J.T. Miller (CSU), 10­1 Pat Bradshaw (EU) won by forfeit #13 Joey Fendone (EU) dec. #20 Rashard Goff (CSU), 3­1 #1 Paul Donahoe (EU) maj. dec. Jordan Keller (CSU), 12­4 #18 Ricky Deubel (EU) dec. Josh Palivoda (CSU), 9­4 Steve Waite (EU) dec. Lawrence Cavello (CSU), 7­2 Torsten Gillespie (EU) fall over Antonio Nicholson (CSU), 3:58 #1 Gregor Gillespie (EU) fall over Corey Carlo (CSU), 1:00 Rob Michaels (CSU) maj. dec. Chris Hrunka (EU), 17­5 Paul Paddock (EU) tech. fall Derek Cummins (CSU), 18­2 (5:00)

#13 Edinboro 31, Buffalo 10 February 13, 2009 u Buffalo, NY 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 285 125 133

Steve Waite (EU) maj. dec. Mark Lewandowski (UB), 12­4 Desi Green (UB) dec. Torsten Gillespie (EU), 3­2 #1 Gregor Gillespie (EU) tech fall John­Martin Cannon (UB), 16­0 (5:36) #9 Jarrod King (EU) maj. dec. Ron Majerus (UB), 11­1 Nate Rock (UB) maj. dec. John Foley (EU), 11­2 #17 Chris Honeycutt (EU) dec. Mickey Moran (UB), 6­1 Jimmy Hamel (UB) dec. Pat Bradshaw (EU), 7­5 ot #12 Joey Fendone (EU) maj. dec. Brett Correll (UB), 11­2 #1 Paul Donahoe (EU) tech. fall Dan Bishop (UB), 22­7 (7:00) #19 Ricky Deubel (EU) fall over Talor Golba (UB), 1:43

#13 Edinboro 26, #23 Hofstra 13 February 14, 2009 u Edinboro, PA 125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 Hwt.

#1 Paul Donahoe (EU) dec. #20 Steve Bonnano (HU), 8­3 #8 Lou Ruggirello (HU) dec. #19 Ricky Deubel (EU), 5­0 Justin Accordino (HU) dec. Steve Waite (EU), 9­4 Torsten Gillespie (EU) tech. fall Jeff Rotella (HU), 18­2 (5:12) #1 Gregor Gillespie (EU) fall over Fran O’Brien (HU), 3:59 Ryan Patrovich (HU) dec. #9 Jarrod King (EU), 3­2 #10 Alton Lucas (HU) maj. dec. John Foley (EU), 16­4 #17 Chris Honeycutt (EU) dec. Ben Clymer (HU), 6­0 Pat Bradshaw (EU) dec. Joe Fagiano (HU), 6­2 #12 Joey Fendone (EU) fall over Jordan Enck (HU), 3:44

#13 Edinboro 31, Pittsburgh 8

#16 Edinboro 34, Lock Haven 6

February 20, 2009 u Edinboro, PA

125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 Hwt.

133 #19 Ricky Deubel (EU) dec. #18 Jimmy Conroy (UP), 4­3 141 #12 Tyler Nauman (UP) fall over Steve Waite (EU), 4:18 149 Torsten Gillespie (EU) fall over Mark Powell (UP), 2:24 157 #1 Gregor Gillespie (EU) maj. dec. Phil Sorrentino (UP), 11­0 165 #11 Jarrod King (EU) dec. Ethan Headlee (UP), 7­5 sv 174 Karl DeCiantis (UP) dec. John Foley (EU), 16­9 184 #17 Chris Honeycutt (EU) dec. Zac Thomusseit (UP), 4­1 197 Pat Bradshaw (EU) dec. Matt Wilps (UP), 3­1 sv Hwt. #13 Joey Fendone (EU) dec. #12 Zach Sheaffer (UP), 4­2 sv* 125 #1 Paul Donahoe (EU), fall over Chris Albright (UP), 1:44 * Pittsburgh deducted a point for unsportsmanlike conduct

January 17, 2009 u Edinboro, PA

#1 Paul Donahoe (EU) won by forfeit #17 Ricky Deubel (EU) dec. Billy Ashnault (LHU), 3­2 Steve Waite (EU) dec. Zach Kell (LHU), 6­2 Matt Fittery (LHU) dec. #19 Torsten Gillespie (EU), 9­5 #1 Gregor Gillespie (EU) fall over Justin Loudon (LHU), 2:56 Aaron Ernest (LHU) dec. Chris Hrunka (EU), 7­6 Paul Paddock (EU) maj. dec. Travis Stem (LHU), 11­0 #18 Chris Honeycutt (EU) dec. Tom Kocher (LHU), 7­4 Pat Bradshaw (EU) dec. Ben Hepburn (LHU), 3­2 #14 Joey Fendone (EU) fall over Gabe Murtorff (LHU), 2:40

#12 Edinboro 25, Bloomsburg 12

#13 Edinboro 19, West Virginia 19

February 5, 2009 u Bloomsburg, PA

February 22, 2009 u Morgantown, WV

125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 Hwt.

125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 Hwt.

#1 Paul Donahoe (EU) dec. Ian Moser (BU), 8­2 #18 Ricky Deubel (EU) dec. Jason Guffey (BU), 4­1 Steve Waite (EU) maj. dec. Darren Kern (BU), 11­1 George Hickman (BU) dec. Torsten Gillespie (EU), 7­3 #1 Gregor Gillespie (EU) dec. #9 Matt Moley (BU), 5­0 #19 Ricky Schmelyun (BU) fall over Chris Hrunka (EU), 1:54 Nate Graham (BU) dec. Paul Paddock(EU), 2­0 #17 Chris Honeycutt (EU) dec. Brian Shaw (BU), 6­1 Pat Bradshaw (EU) dec. Jesse Hasseman (BU), 3­0 #13 Joey Fendone (EU) fall over Zac Walsh (BU), 4:37

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#1 Paul Donahoe (EU) won by forfeit #19 Ricky Deubel (EU) dec. Grant Lowther (WVU), 4­1 Colin Johnston (WVU) dec. Steve Waite (EU), 6­3 Torsten Gillespie (EU) dec. #20 David Jauregui (WV), 10­5 #1 Gregor Gillespie (EU) maj. dec. Ryan Goodman (WVU), 14­0 Donnie Jones (WVU) dec. #11 Jarrod King (EU), 5­3 #11 Kurt Brenner (WVU) maj. dec. John Foley (EU), 15­5 #17 Chris Honeycutt (EU) dec. Lance Bryson (WVU), 4­1 Matt Ryan (WVU) dec. Pat Bradshaw (EU), 5­4 #11 Dustin Rogers (WVU) won by forfeit

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2009 NCAA National Championship Team Standings 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Iowa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97.5 Ohio State . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88.0 Iowa State . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80.5 Nebraska . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74.5 Cornell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69.5 EDINBORO . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68.0 Missouri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66.0 Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55.0 Wisconsin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53.0 Maryland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47.5 Boise State . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46.5 Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43.0 Northwestern . . . . . . . . . . .42.0 Central Michigan . . . . . . . . .35.0 Minnesota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35.0 Oklahoma State . . . . . . . . .34.0 Penn State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31.0 Kent State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30.0 Arizona State . . . . . . . . . . . .27.5 Old Dominion . . . . . . . . . . . .27.5 North Carolina State . . . . .26.0 Northern Iowa . . . . . . . . . . .25.0 Purdue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24.5 Indiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24.0 Navy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23.0

Outstanding Wrestler Brent Metcalf, Iowa

Coach of the Year Tom Brands, Iowa

March 19-21, 2009 -- St. Louis, MO } 125 Pounds

} 165 Pounds

} 133 Pounds

} 174 Pounds

} 141 Pounds

} 184 Pounds

} 149 Pounds

} 197 Pounds

} 157 Pounds

} Heavyweight

Championship #2Troy Nickerson (Cornell) dec. #1 Paul Donahoe (Edinboro), 2­1 tb Third Place #4 Brandon Precin (Northwestern) dec. #12 Anthony Robles (Arizona State), 3­1 Fifth Place #3 Angel Escobedo (Indiana) maj. dec. #11 Zach Sanders (Minnesota), 8­0 Seventh Place #10 Scotti Sentes (Central Michigan) dec. Nick Bedelyon (Kent State), 7­2 Championship #1 Franklin Gomez (Michigan State) dec. #2 Reece Humphrey (Ohio State), 5­4 Third Place #6 Jayson Ness (Minnesota) maj. dec. #5 Andrew Hochstrasser (Boise State), 14­6 Fifth Place #3 James Kennedy (Illinois) tech. fall #12 Steve Bell (Maryland), 16­0, 5:13 Seventh Place #4 Daniel Dennis (Iowa) med. forf. #8 Joe Baker (Navy) Championship #3 J Jaggers (Ohio State) dec. #8 Ryan Williams (Old Dominion), 10­4 Third Place #6 Nick Gallick (Iowa State) dec. #2 Zach Tonelli (Wisconsin), 5­3 Fifth Place Andy Krom (Maryland) dec.#7 Chris Drouin (Arizona State), 4­0 Seventh Place #1 Kellen Russell (Michigan) dec. Frank Molinaro (Penn State), 7­4 Championship #3 Darrion Caldwell (North Carolina State) dec. #1 Brent Metcalf (Iowa State),11­6 Third Place #5 Kyle Ruschell (Wisconsin) dec. #4 Lance Palmer (Ohio State), 5­4 Fifth Place #6 Jake Patascil (Purdue) dec. #7 Bryce Saddoris (Navy), 6­4 sv Seventh Place #10 Kyle Borshoff (American) maj. dec. Heinrich Barnes (Oregon State), 9­1

Jarrod King ... 165 lb. National Champion!

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Championship #1 Jordan Burroughs (Nebraska) dec. #2 Mike Poeta (Illinois)), 5­1 Third Place #3 Jordan Leen (Cornell) dec. #4 Gregor Gillespie (Edinboro), 4­0 Fifth Place #6 Michael Chandler (Missouri) dec. #7 Matt Moley (Bloomsburg), 2­1 Seventh Place #11 Chase Pami (Cal Poly) dec. Tyler Safratowich (Minnesota), 4­2 sv

Championship #12 Jarrod King (Edinboro) dec. #2 Andrew Howe (Wisconsin), 3­2 Third Place #3 Ryan Morningstar (Iowa) dec. #8 Jonathan Reader (Iowa State), 7­5 sv Fifth Place Andrew Rendos (Bucknell) dec. #4 Moza Fay (Northern Iowa), 9­6 Seventh Place #5 Nick Marable (Missouri) dec. Tyler Sherfey (Boise State), 6­4 Championship #1 Steve Luke (Michigan) dec. #7 Mike Miller (Central Michigan), 8­4 Third Place #5 Raymond Jordan (Missouri) dec. #3 Brandon Browne (Nebraska), 4­0 Fifth Place #6 Steve Anceravage (Cornell) maj. dec. #11 Quentin Wright (Penn State), 13­3 Seventh Place #8 Chris Henrich (Virginia) maj. dec. #2 Michael Cannon (American), 13­3 Championship #1 Jake Herbert (Northwestern) dec. #3 Mike Pucillo (Ohio State), 6­3 Third Place #7 Doug Umbehauer (Rider) dec. #2 Philip Keddy (Iowa), 5­3 Fifth Place #9 Joe LeBlanc (Wyoming) dec. #12 Vince Jones (Nebraska), 9­2 Seventh Place #6 Josh Patterson (Binghamton) dec. #11 Louis Caputo (Harvard), 4­2 Championship #2 Jake Varner (Iowa State) dec. #1 Craig Brester (Nebraska), 2­1 Third Place #10 Hudson Taylor (Maryland) dec. #4 Tyrel Todd (Michigan), 11­4 Fifth Place #6 Max Askren (Missouri) dec. #3 Brent Chriswell (Boise State), 3­0 Seventh Place #7 Brandon Halsey (Cal State Bakersfield) maj. dec. Cam Simaz (Cornell), 14­4 Championship #2 Mark Ellis (Missouri) dec. #5 Konrad Dudziak (Duke), 3­2 tb Third Place #4 Jared Rosholt (Oklahoma State) dec. #7 Daniel Erekson (Iowa), 6­4 Fifth Place #1 David Zabriskie (Iowa State) dec. #3 Jermail Porter (Kent State), 4­2 Seventh Place #9 John Wise (Illinois) med. forf. Zach Sheaffer (Pittsburgh)

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Fighting Scots at 2009 Nationals Paul Donahoe (#1 seed)

125 lbs. Jarrod King (#12 seed)

} First Round Defeated Obenson Blanc, Oklahoma State, 4­2 } Second Round Defeated Bernard Futrell, Illinois, 13­7 } Quarterfinals Defeated Ross Peterkin, Penn (#8 seed), 7­3 } Semifinals Defeated Anthony Robles, Arizona State (#12 seed), 5­2 } Finals Lost to Troy Nickerson, Cornell (#2 seed), 2­1 tb

Ricky Deubel

133 lbs. Chris Honeycutt (#10 seed) 184 lbs.

149 lbs.

} First Round Lost to Kyle Borshoff, American (#10 seed), 4­2 } Wrestlebacks -- First Round Defeated Nick Stabile, North Carolina, 3­2 } Wrestlebacks -- Second Round Lost to Mitch Mueller, Iowa State, 8­4

Gregor Gillespie (#4 seed)

} First Round Defeated Chris Daggett, Liberty, 13­5 } Second Round Lost to Doug Umbelhauer, Rider (#7 seed), 5­1 } Wrestlebacks -- Second Round Defeated Jerome Ward, Iowa State, 3­2 } Wrestlebacks -- Third Round Defeated Dustin Kilgore, Kent State (#5 seed), 8­6 } Wrestlebacks -- Fourth Round Lost to Joe LeBlanc, Wyoming (#9 seed), 7­2

Pat Bradshaw

197 lbs.

} First Round Lost to Eric Lapotsky, Oklahoma, 4­3 } Wrestlebacks -- First Round Defeated Tyler Sorenson, South Dakota State, 6­4 } Wrestlebacks -- Second Round Lost to Hudson Taylor, Maryland (#10 seed), F1:21

157 lbs.

} First Round Defeated Shaun Smith, Liberty, TF16­0 (6:22) } Second Round Defeated Jason Welch, Northwestern, 3­2 } Quarterfinals Defeated J.P. O’Connor, Harvard (#5 seed), 1­0 } Quarterfinals Lost to Jordan Burroughs, Nebraska (#1 seed), 12­4 } Wrestlebacks -- Semifinals Defeated Michael Chandler, Missouri (#6 seed), 10­2 } Fourth Place Lost to Jordan Leen, Cornell (#3 seed), 4­0

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} First Round Defeated Rex Kendle, Michigan State, F1:04 } Second Round Defeated Nick Amuchastegui, Stanford, 5­1 } Quarterfinals Defeated Moza Fay, Northern Iowa (#4 seed), 12­5 } Semifinals Defeated Jonathan Reader, Iowa State (#8 seed), RT 6­ 6 tb2 } Finals Defeated Andrew Howe, Wisconsin (#2 seed), 3­2

} First Round Lost to Jake Strayer, Penn State (#10 seed), 7­2 } Wrestlebacks -- First Round Defeated T.J. Dillashaw, Cal State Fullerton, 12­3 } Wrestlebacks -- Second Round Lost to Tristan DeShazer, Northern Illinois, F2:06

Torsten Gillespie

165 lbs.

Joey Fendone

Hwt.

} First Round Lost to Mitchell Monteiro, Cal State Bakersfield (#6 seed), 2­1 } Wrestlebacks -- First Round Defeated Dustin Porter, Gardner­Webb, F2:04 } Wrestlebacks -- Second Round Defeated Dustin Rogers, West Virginia, F1:22 } Wrestlebacks -- Third Round Defeated Kyle Massey, Wisconsin (#8 seed), F3:52 } Wrestlebacks -- Fourth Round Lost to Daniel Erekson, Iowa (#7 seed), 8­6 sv

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2009 EWL Tournament Final Team Standings 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

EDINBORO . . . . . . . . . . . . .126.5 West Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . .95.5 Bloomsburg . . . . . . . . . . . . .88.5 Pittsburgh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84.5 Lock Haven . . . . . . . . . . . . .80.0 Cleveland State . . . . . . . . . .62.0 Clarion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60.5

Tournament Outstanding Wrestler Matt Moley, Bloomsburg

March 7, 2009 -- Lock Haven, PA

} 125 Pounds

Championship Paul Donahoe (EU) tech. fall Jay Ivanco (CU), 24­9 Third Place Ian Moser (BU) maj. dec. Nick Hyatt (LHU), 18­8 Fifth Place Jordan Keller (CSU) dec. Chris Albright (Pitt.), 4­3

} 133 Pounds

Championship Jimmy Conroy (Pitt.) dec. Ricky Deubel (EU), 5­2 Third Place Billy Ashnault (LHU) fall over Jason Guffey (BU), 3:50 Fifth Place Josh Palivoda (CSU) med. forf. Grant Lowther (WVU)

} 141 Pounds

2008-09 Dual Standings 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

EWL OVERALL RECORD RECORD EDINBORO . . . . . . .5­0­1 . . . 14­4­1 West Virginia . . . . .4­0­2 . . . . .8­4­2 Pittsburgh . . . . . . . .4­1­1 . . . . . .4­7­1 Bloomsburg . . . . .3­3­0 . . . . .9­7­0 Lock Haven . . . . . .2­4­0 . . . . . .7­9­1 Clarion . . . . . . . . . . . 1­5­0 . . . .8­14­0 Cleveland State . .0­6­0 . . . .4­13­0

Wrestler of the Year Jarrod King, Edinboro

Coach of the Year Tim Flynn, Edinboro

Freshman of the Year

Championship Tyler Nauman (Pitt.) dec. Colin Johnston (WVU), 4­3 Third Place Sal Lascari (CU) dec. Rick Donald (BU), 8­5 Fifth Place Steve Waite (EU) dec. Lawrence Cavello (CSU), 5­1

} 149 Pounds

Championship Matt Fittery (LHU) dec. George Hickman (BU), 4­2 Third Place David Jauregui (WVU) dec. Antonio Nicholson (CSU), 7­4 Fifth Place Greg Lewis (CU) dec. Torsten Gillespie (EU), 8­3

} 157 Pounds

Championship Matt Moley (BU) dec. Gregor Gillespie (EU), 8­5 Third Place Ryan Goodman (WVU) dec. Hadley Harrison (CU), 6­4 Fifth Place Corey Carlo (CSU) dec. Ollie Cooperwood (LHU), 12­7

} 165 Pounds

Championship Jarrod King (EU) fall over Donnie Jones (WVU), 0:23 Third Place Ethan Headlee (Pitt.) dec. Rob Michaels (CSU), 4­2 Fifth Place Rick Schmelyun (BU) inj. def. Aaron Ernest (LHU), 0:45

} 174 Pounds

Championship Kurt Brenner (WVU) tech. fall Karl DeCiantis (Pitt.), 21­6 Third Place Nate Graham (BU) dec. John Foley (EU), 3­2 Fifth Place Travis Stern (LHU) fall over Scott Joseph (CU), 6:32

} 184 Pounds

Championship Chris Honeycutt (EU) dec. Zac Thomusseit (Pitt.), 5­4 Third Place Tom Kocher (LHU) dec. Lance Bryson (WVU), 6­2 Fifth Place Clint Podish (CU) maj. dec. J.T. Miller (CSU), 13­0

} 197 Pounds

Championship Pat Bradshaw (EU) dec. Ben Hepburn (LHU), 3­1 sv Third Place Jamie Luckett (CU) dec. Jesse Hasseman (BU), 2­1 ot Fifth Place Matt Wilps (Pitt.) dec. Matt Ryan (WVU), 8­4

} Heavyweight

Championship Rashard Goff (CSU) dec. Joey Fendone (EU), 5­4 Third Place Dustin Rogers (WVU) fall over Zach Sheaffer (Pitt.), 1:26 Fifth Place Zac Walsh (BU) dec. Gabe Murtorff (LHU), 5­4

Tyler Nauman, Pittsburgh

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2008 PSAC Championships Final Team Standings

December 6, 2008 -- Erie, PA (Mercyhurst)

} 125 Pounds

Championship Jay Ivanco (CU) dec. Kyle Fluke (EU), 6­4 sv Third Place Ian Moser (BU) dec. Nick Hyatt (LHU), 10­3 Fifth Place Payne Lint (MC) fall over Scott Baron (GU), 6:04

} 133 Pounds

Championship Joe Kemmerer (KU) dec. Ricky Deubel (EU), 2­1 tb Third Place Jason Guffey (BU) dec. Billy Ashmault (LHU), 3­0 Fifth Place Matt Swallow (ESU) dec. Michael Baxter (MC), 10­6

} 141 Pounds

Championship Joel Webster (EU) dec. A.J. Milanak (GU), 6­1 Third Place Ricky Donald (BU) dec. Owen Wilkinson (LHU), 6­1 Fifth Place Sal Lascari (BU) dec. John Paukovits (KU), 10­8

} 149 Pounds

Championship Torsten Gillespie (EU) dec. George Hickman (BU), 9­8 Third Place Matt Fittery (LHU) maj. dec. Scott Heckman (ESU), 17­9 Fifth Place Greg Lewis (CU) maj. dec. Joey Anceravage (SU), 11­3

} 157 Pounds

Championship Gregor Gillespie (EU) dec. Matt Moley (BU), 3­0 Third Place Hadley Harrison (CU) dec. Andy Lamancusa (MC), 3­2 Fifth Place Brandon Monin (SU) maj. dec. Chris Chambers (KU), 14­5

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} 165 Pounds

Championship Jarrod King (EU) dec. Rick Schmelyun (BU), 7­1 Third Place Jeremy Brooks (MU) dec. Dom Ross (CU), 7­0 Fifth Place Jeff Jacobs (ESU) dec. Aaron Ernest (LHU), 6­2

} 174 Pounds

Championship Nate Graham (BU) dec. Scott Joseph (CU), 6­3 Third Place Chris Barrick (SU) dec. Paul Paddock (EU), 6­2 Fifth Place Kevin Hardy(MC) fall over Shane Smith (MU), 5:51

} 184 Pounds

Championship Chris Honeycutt (EU) dec. Clint Podish (CU), 10­3 Third Place Tom Kocher (LHU) dec. Jacob Tazzi (GU), 9­3 Fifth Place Bryan Wolff (MU) med. forf. Jon Hade (SU)

} 197 Pounds

Championship Pat Bradshaw (EU) dec. Ben Hepburn (LHU), 5­3 Third Place Shane Mallory (ESU) dec. Jamie Luckett (CU), 3­2 tb Fifth Place Scott Snyder (KU) med. forf. Trevor Gallo (MC)

} Heavyweight

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

EDINBORO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173.5 Bloomsburg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108.0 Clarion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101.0 Lock Haven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90.5 Mercyhurst . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60.0 Gannon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59.0 East Stroudsburg . . . . . . . . . . .54.0 Kutztown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46.0 Shippensburg . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29.5 Millersville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23.0

Tournament Outstanding Wrestler Gregor Gillespie, Edinboro

PSAC Wrestler of the Year Jarrod King, Edinboro

Coach of the Year Tim Flynn, Edinboro

Rookie of the Year Clint Podish, Clarion

Championship Joey Fendone (EU) fall over Chris Birchler (ESU), 4:51 Third Place Frank McGrath (GU) fall over Zac Walsh (BU), 2:29 Fifth Place Gabe Murtorff (LHU) dec. Kenny Bluska (MC), 3­1

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2008-09 Final Statistics Overall Record: 14-4-1

Tournaments

EWL Record: 5-0-1

UB Open

November 1 -- No Team Scores Champion: Chris Honeycutt (184), Garrett Scott (141). 3rd Place: Matt Laird (157).

Oklahoma Gold Classic November 8 -- 2nd/8 teams Champion: Gregor Gillespie (157), Jarrod King (165), Joey Fendone (Hwt.). 2nd Place: Shawn Fendone (184). 3rd Place: Ricky Deubel (133), Pat Bradshaw (197). 4th Place: Kyle Fluke (125). 5th Place: Torsten Gillespie (149).

Date November 1 November 23 December 14 January 9

Michigan State Open

November 8 -- No Team Scores Champion: Paul Donahoe (125), Garrett Scott (149).

Mat Town

November 29 -- No Team Scores Champion: Paul Donahoe (125). 2nd Place: Garrett Scott(149).

PSAC Championship

December 6 -- 1st out of 10 teams Champion: Joel Webster (141), Torsten Gillespie (149), Gregor Gillespie (157), Jarrod King (165), Chris Honeycutt (184), Pat Bradshaw (197), Joey Fendone (hwt.). 2nd Place: Kyle Fluke (125), Ricky Deubel (133). 4th Place: Paul Paddock (174).

Reno Tournament

December 6 -- 2nd out of 30 teams Champion: Gregor Gillespie (157), Matt King (165), Chris Honeycutt (184). 2nd Place: Ricky Deubel (133).3rd Place: Kyle Fluke (125). 4th Place: Pat Bradshaw (197). 6th Place: Joel Webster (141), Torsten Gillespie (149).

Southern Scuffle

December 29-30 -- 2nd out of 31 teams Champion: Paul Donahoe (125), Ricky Deubel (133), Gregor Gillespie (157). 2nd Place: Kyle Fluke (125), Jarrod King (165). 4th Place: Eric Morrill (125), Shawn Fendone (184). 6th Place: Chris Honeycutt (184). 7th Place: Torsten Gillespie (149).

Kent State Open January 17

Champion: Eric Morrill (125).

Edinboro Open February 7

Champion: Eric Morrill (125). 5th Place: Shawn Fendone (184).

EWL Tournament

March 7 -- 1st out of 7 teams Champion: Paul Donahoe(125), Jarrod King (165), Chris Honeycutt (184), Pat Bradshaw (197). 2nd Place: Ricky Deubel (133), Gregor Gillespie (149), Joey Fendone (Hwt.). 4th Place: John Foley (174). 5th Place: Steve Waite (141). 6th Place: Torsten Gillespie (149).

NCAA National Championship

March 19-21 -- 6th out of 76 teams Champion: Jarrod King (165). 2nd Place: Paul Donahoe (125). 6th Place: Gregor Gillespie (157).

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January 16 January 17 February 5 February 6 February 13 February 14 February 20 February 22

Opponent Result FINDLAY* W ARMY* W #15 MARYLAND* W vs. Upper Iowa# W vs. #14 Penn State# L vs. #13 Boise State# W #6 OHIO STATE L vs. Rider@ W vs. #22 Penn@ W vs. #8 Lehigh@ L vs. #13 Oklahoma State@ L CLARION W LOCK HAVEN W at Bloomsburg W CLEVELAND STATE W at Buffalo W #23 HOFSTRA W PITTSBURGH W at West Virginia T

Score 48­0 34­7 24­15 32­12 16­24 20­12 12­19 24­10 30­12 14­19 12­24 36­4 34­6 25­12 40­4 31­10 26­13 31­8 19­19

Overall 1­0 2­0 3­0 4­0 4­1 5­1 5­2 6­2 7­2 7­3 7­4 8­4 9­4 10­4 11­4 12­4 13­4 14­4 14­4­1

EWL 0­0 0­0 0­0 0­0 0­0 0­0 0­0 0­0 0­0 0­0 0­0 1­0 2­0 3­0 4­0 4­0 4­0 5­0 5­0­1

* FIGHTING SCOT DUALS @ at 29th Annual Virginia Duals # at Sprawl & Brawl, Binghamton, NY

Individual Records Wrestler

Paul Donahoe Kyle Fluke Eric Morrill* Greg Sill Michael Bunn Ricky Deubel Aaron Ely Joel Webster Steve Waite Ryan Morgan Garrett Scott Mike Otero Torsten Gillespie Kory Bissett Joe Bockmore Jeff Brigham* Zach Ritrosky Brandon Dixon Gregor Gillespie Ricky Saxton Jarrod King Matt Coleman Chris Hrunka Dan Snyder Phil Moricone Paul Paddock John Foley D.J. Zarfos* Chris Honeycutt Shawn Fendone Pat Bradshaw Kenny Massey Joey Fendone Mike Horton* Vince Corden

Weight

125/133 125 125/133 125 125 133 133/141 141 141 141 141/149 141/149 149 149 149 149 149 149/157 157 157 165 165/174 165 165 174 174 174 174 184 184/197 197 197 Hwt. Hwt. Hwt.

‘08-09 ‘08-09 Career Record Dual Rec. Record

35­1 20­11 17­5 0­2 1­4 28­13 6­8 17­9 10­7 2­2 14­1 2­6 27­19 5­8 4­6 4­7 0­2 4­6 41­3 2­3 32­5 5­8 4­10 0­2 3­0 10­14 2­6 0­3 33­8 7­4 26­9 5­8 30­8 5­7 0­2

12­0 4­4 0­0 0­0 0­0 11­7 0­0 6­4 5­2 1­0 0­0 0­0 9­9 0­0 0­1 0­0 0­0 0­0 19­0 0­0 10­4 0­0 0­6 0­0 3­0 4­8 0­4 0­0 15­4 0­1 12­5 0­0 15­3 0­0 0­0

121­19^ 52­26 35­26 13­42 3­9 102­51 6­8 29­18 15­14@ 19­23 21­7$ 2­6 46­37 5­8 15­14 ­­­ 0­2 4­6 152­13 3­6 82­25% 5­8 4­10 0­6 59­26 10­14 12­13 ­­­ 59­18 12­10 67­31 5­8 105­40 ­­­ 0­2

‘08-09 ‘08-09 ‘08-09 Falls Mterm Major Dec

7 7 2 0 0 4 0 1 0 1 6 0 5 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 10 1 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 3 1 20 1 0

10 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 14 0 3 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0

6 2 7 0 1 4 2 1 2 0 5 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 7 2 2 0 3 0 0

* redshirted % includes 22­11 at Oklahoma ^ includes 86­18 at Nebraska $ includes 21­7 at Penn State @ includes 5­7 at West Virgina

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History

} Section Contents NCAA Division I National Champions ..............38 NCAA Honors & Awards ......................................39 Edinboro All-Americans........................................40 EWL Honors & Awards ..........................................41 PSAC Honors & Awards ........................................42 Year-by-Year Records ..............................................43 Career Coaching Records ......................................43 All-Time Roster....................................................44-45 All-Time Division I Results................................46-47 All-Time vs. Opponents..........................................47 All-Time Individual Records ..................................48 All-Time Team ..........................................................49 EWL Hall of Fame ....................................................49


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NCAA Division I National Champions Sean O’Day 1989 -- 134 lbs. Sean O’Day became the first Fighting Scot to claim a Division I National Championship. While competing at 134 pounds, O’Day, the third seed going in, won six matches at the 1989 NCAA Tournament in Oklahoma City, OK. He was an 11­8 winner over fourth­seed T.J. Sewell of Oklahoma. O’Day domi­ nated his early matches, winning twice by technical fall, then posting a major decision against ninth­seed Chuck Barbee of Oklahoma State. He defeated the sixth seed, Jerry Durso of Nore Dame, in the quar­ terfinals before knocking off the second seed, Joe Melchiore of Iowa, in the semifinals. That capped a 35­5 season for the senior. O’Day finished his stellar career with an 116­23­2 record and was a three­time All­American.

} The Championship Trail Pigtail ­­ tech. fall Jon Pierro, Fresno St,, 19­3 (4:14) 1st Round ­­ tech. fall Gary Bendel, Boston Univ., 21­6 (6:48) 2nd Round ­­ maj. dec. Chuck Barbee (#9), Oklahoma State, 17­4 Quarterfinals ­­ dec. Jerry Durso (#6), Notre Dame, 14­8 Semifinals ­­ dec. Joe Melchiore (#2), Iowa, 8­3 Finals ­­ dec. T.J. Sewell (#4), Oklahoma, 11­8

Josh Koscheck 2001 -- 174 lbs. } The Championship Trail 1st Round ­­ maj. dec. Louis Taylor, Eastern Illinois, 15­3 2nd Round ­­ dec. Luke Moore, Ohio, 5­0 Quarterfinals ­­ dec. Nathan Coy (#8), Oregon State, 6­1 Semifinals ­­ dec. Tyrone Lewis (#4), Oklahoma State, 7­2 Finals ­­ dec. Maurice Worthy (#3), Army, 8­1

Josh Koscheck became Edinboro’s second National Champion in 2001, capping a perfect 42­0 season with an 8­1 win over Maurice Worthy of Army, the third seed. That came a year after he lost to Oklahoma’s Byron Tucker, 3­0, in the title match. Koscheck was dominant in his run to the title, defeating three seeds while allowing just four points. He was a 6­1 winner over eighth­seed Nathan Coy of Oregon State in the quarterfinals, and bested Tyrone Lewis of Oklahoma State, seed­ ed fourth, by a 7­2 count in the semifinals. In 2002 Koscheck became Edinboro’s first four­time All­ American, finishing with a 128­17 career record. He never finished lower than fourth (1999), adding a second place in 2000 and third in 2002.

Gregor Gillespie 2007 -- 149 lbs. Gregor Gillespie made it three Division I national champions at Edinboro with an impressive run in Auburn Hills, MI. Just a sophomore, he came in seeded fifth and proceeded to knock off four seeds, including the first, third and fourth. He was a 6­2 winner over fourth­seed Jordan Leen of Cornell in the quarterfinals, avenging an earlier loss. In one of the tournament’s biggest upset, he snapped Minnesota’s Dustin Schlatter’s 65­match winning streak, handing the defending national champion a 3­2 defeat. In the finals, he bested local favorite Josh Churella of Michigan, the third seed, thanks to a takedown in overtime, 3­ 1. Gillespie finished the year with a 34­2 record.

} The Championship Trail 1st Round ­­ dec. Sam Alvarenga, VMI, 9­5 2nd Round ­­ maj. dec. Dan Vallimont (#12), Penn State, 10­2 Quarterfinals ­­ dec. Jordan Leen (#4), Cornell, 6­2 Semifinals ­­ dec. Dustin Schlatter (#1), Minnesota, 3­2 Finals ­­ dec. Josh Churella (#3), Michigan, 3­1 sv

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NCAA Honors & Awards 4-Time NCAA Division I All-Americans Gregor Gillespie

Josh Koscheck

2006 2007 2008 2009 1999 2000 2001 2002

149 lbs. (7th) 149 lbs. (1st) 157 lbs. (5th) 157 lbs. (4th) 174 lbs. (4th) 174 lbs. (2nd) 174 lbs. (1st) 174 lbs. (3rd)

3-Time NCAA Division I All-Americans Dean Hall Sean O’Day Tom Shifflet Jason Robison

1986 1987 1988 1987 1988 1989 1992 1993 1995 1995 1997 1998

Hwt. (4th) Hwt. (2nd) Hwt. (4th) 142 lbs. (7th) 142 lbs. (2nd) 134 lbs. (1st) 142 lbs. (7th) 142 lbs. (6th) 142 lbs. (3rd) 190 lbs. (7th) 190 lbs. (6th) 190 lbs. (2nd)

2-Time NCAA Division I All-Americans Terry Kennedy Lou Rosselli Tony Robie Matt King

1988 1989 1991 1993 1995 1997 2003 2004

150 lbs. (5th) 142 lbs. (5th) 118 lbs. (4th) 118 lbs. (3rd) 158 lbs. (5th) 158 lbs. (2nd) 165 lbs. (4th) 165 lbs. (3rd)

Shawn Bunch Deonte Penn

2005 2006 2006 2007

133 lbs. (2nd) 133 lbs. (3rd) 165 lbs. (4th) 165 lbs. (7th)

All-Americans By Year 1986 1987

NCAA Division II National Champions Mike Hahesy Matt Furey Greg Wright Bob Kauffman Dean Hall

1985 1985 1986 1986 1986

158 lbs. 167 lbs. 142 lbs. 150 lbs. Hwt.

NCAA Division II All-Americans 1985

1986

Mike Hahesy Dave Held Matt Furey David Ray Greg Wright Bob Kauffman Mike Hahesy Matt Furey Dave Held Dean Hall

158 lbs. (1st) 167 lbs. (6th) 177 lbs. (1st) 134 lbs. (2nd) 142 lbs. (1st) 150 lbs. (1st) 158 lbs. (2nd) 167 lbs. (5th) 177 lbs. (8th) Hwt. (1st)

NAIA All-Americans 1969 1973 1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

Larry Harrington Tom Herr Tom Herr Jim Walters Tom Hutchison Dominic Todaro Jeff Bradshaw Jim Walters Greg Sirb Ray Yeager Randy McKinney Greg Sirb Greg Astorino

115 lbs. (5th) Hwt. (1st) Hwt. (3rd) 118 lbs. (4th) 142 lbs. (5th) 142 lbs. (3rd) 190 lbs. (5th) 118 lbs. (3rd) 118 lbs. (4th) 177 lbs. (3rd) 158 lbs. (8th) 118 lbs. (6th) 142 lbs. (6th)

1988

1989 1991 1992 1993 1995 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

David Ray Dean Hall Dave Rowan Sean O’Day Dean Hall Dan Willaman Sean O’Day Terry Kennedy Dean Hall Sean O’Day Terry Kennedy Frank Zelinsky Lou Rosselli Brett Porter Tom Shifflet Lou Rosselli Tom Shifflet Tom Shifflet Tony Robie Jason Robison Tony Robie Jim Straight Jason Robison Jason Robison Josh Koscheck Mark Samples Shaun Shapert Josh Koscheck Kevin Welsh Josh Koscheck David Shunamon Cory Ace Josh Koscheck Matt King Matt King Nate Yetzer Shawn Bunch Shawn Bunch Deonte Penn Gregor Gillespie Gregor Gillespie Alex Clemsen Deonte Penn Gregor Gillespie Jarrod King Paul Donahoe Gregor Gillespie

134 lbs. (3rd) Hwt. (4th) 118 lbs. (4th) 142 lbs. (7th) Hwt. (2nd) 134 lbs. (4th) 142 lbs. (2nd) 150 lbs. (5th) Hwt. (7th) 134 lbs. (1st) 142 lbs. (5th) 177 lbs. (7th) 118 lbs. (4th) 126 lbs. (8th) 142 lbs. (7th) 118 lbs. (3rd) 142 lbs. (6th) 142 lbs. (3rd) 158 lbs. (5th) 190 lbs. (7th) 158 lbs. (2nd) 177 lbs. (7th) 190 lbs. (6th) 190 lbs. (2nd) 174 lbs. (4th) 165 lbs. (7th) 157 lbs. (7th) 174 lbs. (2nd) 184 lbs. (6th) 174 lbs. (1st) 197 lbs. (6th) 133 lbs. (8th) 174 lbs. (3rd) 165 lbs. (4th) 165 lbs. (3rd) 174 lbs. (8th) 133 lbs. (2nd) 133 lbs. (3rd) 165 lbs. (4th) 149 lbs. (7th) 149 lbs. (1st) 184 lbs. (4th) 165 lbs. (7th) 157 lbs. (5th) 165 lbs. (1st) 125 lbs. (2nd) 157 lbs. (4th)

NCAA Division I Top 20 Finishes 1987 1988 1989 1993 1995 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2006 2007 2009

College Park, MD Ames, IA Oklahoma City, OK Ames, IA Iowa City, IA Cedar Falls, IA Cleveland, OH University Park, PA St. Louis, MO Iowa City, IA Albany, NY Oklahoma City, OK Auburn Hills, MI St. Louis, MO

8th 7th 9th T15th 11th 6th T15th 18th 15th 12th 14th 8th 9th 6th

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Fighting Scot All-Americans

Matt Furey

Mike Hahesy

Dave Held

Dean Hall

Bob Kauffman

1985: 1st (177­II) 1986: 5th (167­II)

1985: 1st (158­II) 1986: 2nd (158­II)

1985: 6th (167­II) 1986: 8th (177­II)

1986: 4th (Hwt) 1st (Hwt­II) 1987: 2nd (Hwt) 1988: 7th (Hwt)

1986: 1st (150­II)

Sean O’Day

Dave Rowan

1987: 7th (142) 1988: 2nd (142) 1989: 1st (134)

1987: 4th (118)

1988: 5th (150) 1989: 5th (142)

1988: 4th (134)

1989: 7th (177)

Tom Shiflett

Tony Robie

Jason Robison

Jim Straight

1992: 7th (142) 1993: 6th (142) 1995: 3rd (142)

1995: 5th (158) 1997: 2nd (158)

1995: 7th (190) 1997: 6th (190) 1998: 2nd (190)

1997: 7th (177)

Cory Ace 2002: 8th (133)

Kevin Welsh David Shunamon 2000: 6th (184)

2001: 6th (197)

1986: 1st (142­II)

Lou Rosselli

Brett Porter

1991: 4th (118) 1993: 3rd (118)

1992: 8th (158)

Josh Koscheck

Mark Samples

Shaun Shapert

1999: 4th (174) 2000: 2nd (174) 2001: 1st (174) 2002: 3rd (174)

1999: 7th (165)

2000: 7th (157)

Matt King

Nate Yetzer

Shawn Bunch

Deonte Penn

2003: 4th (165) 2004: 3rd (165)

2004: 8th (174)

2005: 2nd (133) 2006: 3rd (133)

2006: 4th (165) 2007: 7th (165)

Gregor Gillespie Alex Clemsen

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Greg Wright

1986: 3rd (134) 2nd (134­II)

Terry Kennedy Dan Willaman Frank Zelinsky

2006: 7th (149) 2007: 1st (149) 2008: 5th (157) 2009: 4th (157)

David Ray

2007: 4th (184)

Paul Donahoe

Jarrod King

2009: 2nd (125)

2009: 1st (165)

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EWL Honors & Awards Wrestler of the Year

Sean O’Day Lou Rosselli Tom Shifflet Jason Robison Josh Koscheck

1989* 1993 1995 1998 2000* 2001 Shawn Bunch 2006 Gregor Gillespie 2007 Jarrod King 2009 *Co­Wrestler of the Year

134 lbs. 118 lbs. 142 lbs. 190 lbs. 174 lbs. 174 lbs. 133 lbs. 149 lbs. 165 lbs.

Freshman of the Year

Lou Rosselli Tom Shifflet Josh Koscheck Chris Honeycutt

1989 1992 1999 2008

118 lbs. 150 lbs. 174 lbs. 184 lbs.

2009

1989

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

Coach of the Year

Mike DeAnna (1) Bruce Baumgartner (2) Tim Flynn (5)

1989 1995, 1997 1999, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2009

Tournament Outstanding Wrestler

Sean O’Day Jason Robison Mark Samples Josh Koscheck Shawn Bunch Matt King Shawn Bunch Deonte Penn 1989 1993 1994 1995 1997 1998 1999

2000 2001 2002 2003

2004

2005 2006 2007 2008

1989 ..............134 lbs. 1998 ..............190 lbs. 1999 ..............165 lbs. 2001................174 lbs. 2003 ..............133 lbs. 2004 ..............165 lbs. 2006 ..............133 lbs. 2007 ..............165 lbs.

EWL Champions

Sean O’Day ........................134 lbs. Lou Rosselli ........................118 lbs. Ken Bauer ..........................167 lbs. Tony Robie..........................158 lbs. Tony Robie..........................158 lbs. Jason Robison ....................190 lbs. Tony Robie..........................158 lbs. Jason Robison ....................190 lbs. Mark Samples ....................165 lbs. Jason Robison ....................190 lbs. Jason Gabrielson ................125 lbs. Justin Wilcox ......................133 lbs. Mark Samples ....................165 lbs. A.J. Johnson ......................Hwt. Josh Koscheck....................174 lbs. A.J. Johnson ......................197 lbs. Josh Pearce ........................Hwt. Josh Koscheck....................174 lbs. Shawn Bunch......................125 lbs. Shawn Bunch......................133 lbs. Cory Ace ..............................141 lbs. Matt King ............................165 lbs. David Shunamon................197 lbs. Jacob Gray ..........................133 lbs. Deonte Penn ......................149 lbs. Matt King ............................165 lbs. Nate Yetzer ........................174 lbs. Shawn Bunch......................133 lbs. Shawn Bunch......................133 lbs. Gregor Gillespie ..................149 lbs. Gregor Gillespie ..................149 lbs. Deonte Penn ......................165 lbs. Alex Clemsen......................184 lbs. Daryl Cocozzo ....................149 lbs. Gregor Gillespie ..................157 lbs. Jarrod King..........................165 lbs.

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1997 1998

1999 2000 2001 2002

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

2009

1989 1990 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

Paul Donahoe ....................125 lbs. Jarrod King..........................165 lbs. Chris Honeycutt ................184 lbs. Pat Bradshaw ....................197 lbs.

Second Place

Sean O’Day ........................134 lbs. Mike Flynn ..........................158 lbs. Rikk Walters........................167 lbs. Frank Zelinsky ....................177 lbs. Lou Rosselli ........................118 lbs. Brett Porter ........................126 lbs. Ken Bauer ..........................177 lbs. Tom Shifflet ........................142 lbs. Matt Witmer ......................126 lbs. Tom Shifflet ........................150 lbs. Ken Bauer ..........................167 lbs. Troy Spencer ......................126 lbs. Tom Shifflet ........................142 lbs. Jim Straight ........................177 lbs. Steve Feckanin ..................142 lbs. Jim Straight ........................177 lbs. Jason Gabrielson ................118 lbs. Kevin Saniga ......................126 lbs. Rafael Vega ........................134 lbs. Jim Straight ........................177 lbs. Ryan Shapert......................149 lbs. Ben Boozer ........................157 lbs. Chad Caros..........................133 lbs. Kevin Welsh ........................184 lbs. Ben Boozer ........................165 lbs. David Shunamon................197 lbs. Ryan Yates ..........................158 lbs. Matt King ............................165 lbs. Josh Koscheck....................174 lbs. David Shunanom................197 lbs. Jacob Gray ..........................125 lbs. Alex Clemsen......................184 lbs. Joe Hennis ..........................Hwt. Ron Doppelheuer ..............149 lbs. Nate Yetzer ........................165 lbs. Eric Ring ..............................174 lbs. Eric Ring ..............................174 lbs. Alex Clemsen......................184 lbs. Joe Fendone ......................197 lbs. Jim Gibson ..........................197 lbs. Eric Morrill ..........................125 lbs. Torsten Gillespie ................141 lbs. Phil Moricone ....................174 lbs. Chris Honeycutt ................184 lbs. Ricky Deubel ......................133 lbs. Gregor Gillespie ..................157 lbs. Joey Fendone ....................Hwt.

Josh Pearce ........................Hwt. Chad Caros..........................141 lbs. Alex Clemsen......................184 lbs. Joe Hennis ..........................Hwt. Matt Hill ..............................157 lbs. Deonte Penn ......................165 lbs. Jeremy Mosley ..................Hwt. Daryl Cocozzo ....................141 lbs. Phil Moricone ....................174 lbs. Ricky Deubel ......................133 lbs. Pat Bradshaw ....................197 lbs. Joey Fendone ....................Hwt.

2002 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008

EWL Champions

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Dual Meet Penn State Penn State Penn State West Virginia West Virginia Penn State Lock Haven Bloomsburg EDINBORO Lock Haven EDINBORO EDINBORO West Virginia EDINBORO EDINBORO EDINBORO West Virginia West Virginia EDINBORO

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

West Virginia EDINBORO EDINBORO EDINBORO EDINBORO

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

Tournament Penn State Penn State Penn State Penn State Penn State Penn State Bloomsburg Clarion Clarion West Virginia Lock Haven EDINBORO EDINBORO EDINBORO EDINBORO West Virginia EDINBORO EDINBORO West Virginia EDINBORO EDINBORO EDINBORO EDINBORO EDINBORO

Third Place

Lou Rosselli ........................118 lbs. Sean O’Day ........................134 lbs. Lou Rosselli ........................118 lbs. Jason Loukides ..................190 lbs. Steve Feckanin ..................134 lbs. Steve Feckanin ..................142 lbs. Mark Samples ....................150 lbs. Pat Schuster........................Hwt. Ben Boozer ........................150 lbs. Kevin Welsh ........................167 lbs. Matt Stein ..........................Hwt. Rafael Vega ........................141 lbs. Josh Koscheck....................174 lbs. Shaun Shapert....................157 lbs. Yanni Diamond ..................165 lbs. Jacon Gray ..........................125 lbs. Cory Ace ..............................141 lbs. Ryan Shapert......................149 lbs. Justin Millard ......................184 lbs.

Three-time All-American Jason Robison earned Tournament Outstanding Wrestler and Wrestler of the Year honors in 1998.

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PSAC Honors & Awards Edinboro in the PSAC’s 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2007* 2008

Place 8th 9th 4th 8th 8th 9th 10th 8th 5th 10th 7th 6th 9th 9th 6th 5th 4th 1st 3rd 4th 3rd 4th 3rd 2nd 2nd 1st 3rd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st

Points 14.0 7.0 34.0 37.0 46.0 29.5 28.0 44.5 68.75 24.25 31.0 36.0 18.0 30.25 39.5 58.0 104.5 132.0 128.0 86.75 107.5 86.5 103.0 121.0 125.0 164.0 114.0 158.0 162.5 157.5 165.5 126.0 147.0 134.5 140.5 134.5 146.0 147.5 152.5 173.5

Wrestler of the Year

Lou Rosselli Tom Shifflet Jason Robison Josh Koscheck Matt King Shawn Bunch

Gregor Gillespie Gregor Gillespie Jarrod King

1993 1995 1998 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

118 lbs. 150 lbs. 190 lbs. 174 lbs. 174 lbs. 174 lbs. 165 lbs. 165 lbs. 133 lbs. 133 lbs. 149 lbs. 157 lbs. 165 lbs.

Rookie of the Year

Lou Rosselli Tom Shifflet Troy Spencer Josh Koscheck Shawn Bunch Gregor Gillespie Chris Honeycutt

1989 1992 1995 1999 2002 2006 2008

118 lbs. 142 lbs. 134 lbs. 174 lbs. 125 lbs. 149 lbs. 184 lbs.

4-Time Champions Josh Koscheck

Alex Clemsen

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007

174 lbs. 174 lbs. 174 lbs. 174 lbs. 184 lbs. 184 lbs. 184 lbs. 184 lbs.

3-Time Champions Jack Weixel Marty Manning Lou Rosselli Tom Shifflet Tony Robie Jason Robison Matt King Gregor Gillespie

1947 1948 1949 1959 1960 1961 1990 1991 1993 1993 1994 1995 1994 1995 1997 1995 1997 1998 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007* 2008

128 lbs. 128 lbs. 128 lbs. 190 lbs. 190 lbs. 177 lbs. 118 lbs. 118 lbs. 118 lbs. 150 lbs. 150 lbs. 150 lbs. 158 lbs. 158 lbs. 158 lbs. 190 lbs. 190 lbs. 190 lbs. 165 lbs. 165 lbs. 165 lbs. 149 lbs. 157 lbs. 157 lbs.

2-Time Champions Tom Herr Jeff Bradshaw Dean Hall Sean O’Day Jim Straight Mark Samples Jacob Gray Nate Yetzer Shawn Bunch

1972 1974 1977 1978 1987 1988 1988 1989 1995 1998 1998 1999 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005

Unlim. Unlim. 177 lbs. 190 lbs. Hwt. Hwt. 142 lbs. 134 lbs. 177 lbs. 177 lbs. 158 lbs. 165 lbs. 125 lbs. 133 lbs. 174 lbs. 165 lbs. 133 lbs.

Deonte Penn Ricky Deubel Phil Moricone Jarrod King Pat Bradshaw

2006 2006 2007 2007 2007* 2007 2007* 2007* 2008 2007* 2008

133 lbs. 165 lbs. 165 lbs. 133 lbs. 133 lbs. 174 lbs. 174 lbs. 165 lbs. 165 lbs. 197 lbs. 197 lbs.

PSAC Champions 1941 Frank Felice 1947 Jack Weixel 1948 Jack Weixel Bill Santell 1949 Jack Weixel 1952 Ray Bronzie 1959 Marty Manning 1960 Marty Manning 1961 Marty Manning 1964 Ed Thomas 1969 Bruce Payer 1972 Tom Herr 1974 Tom Herr 1977 Jeff Bradshaw 1978 Ray Yeager Jeff Bradshaw 1986 Dave Rowan 1987 Dean Hall 1988 Dan Willaman Sean O’Day Terry Kennedy Dean Hall 1989 Sean O’Day 1990 Lou Rosselli 1991 Lou Rosselli 1992 Ken Bauer 1993 Lou Rosselli Tom Shifflet 1994 Tom Shifflet Tony Robie 1995 Tom Shifflet Tony Robie Jim Straight Jason Robison 1996 Steve Feckanin 1997 Tony Robie Jason Robison 1998 Mark Samples Jim Straight Jason Robison 1999 Jason Gabrielson Ryan Shapert Shaun Shapert Mark Samples Josh Koscheck A.J. Johnson

136 lbs. 128 lbs. 128 lbs. 155 lbs. 128 lbs. 177 lbs. 191 lbs. 191 lbs. 177 lbs. 115 lbs. 191 lbs. Unlim. Unlim. 177 lbs. 177 lbs. 190 lbs. 118 lbs. Hwt. 134 lbs. 142 lbs. 150 lbs. Hwt. 134 lbs. 118 lbs. 118 lbs. 177 lbs. 118 lbs. 150 lbs. 150 lbs. 158 lbs. 150 lbs. 158 lbs. 177 lbs. 190 lbs. 142 lbs. 158 lbs. 190 lbs. 165 lbs. 177 lbs. 190 lbs. 125 lbs. 149 lbs. 157 lbs. 165 lbs. 174 lbs. Hwt.

2000 Chad Caros Josh Koscheck Kevin Welsh 2001 Josh Koscheck 2002 Cory Ace Matt King Josh Koscheck 2003 Jacob Gray Matt King Alex Clemsen David Shunamon 2004 Jacob Gray Matt King Nate Yetzer Alex Clemsen Joe Hennis 2005 Shawn Bunch Nate Yetzer 2006 Shawn Bunch Gregor Gillespie Deonte Penn Eric Ring Alex Clemsen Joey Fendone 2007 Ricky Deubel Deonte Penn Phil Moricone Alex Clemsen Jim Gibson 2007* Ricky Deubel Daryl Cocozzo Gregor Gillespie Jarrod King Phil Moricone Dan Thompson Pat Bradshaw 2008 Joel Webster Torsten Gillespie Gregor Gillespie Jarrod King Chris Honeycutt Pat Bradshaw Joey Fendone

133 lbs. 174 lbs. 184 lbs. 174 lbs. 133 lbs. 165 lbs. 174 lbs. 125 lbs. 165 lbs. 184 lbs. 197 lbs. 133 lbs. 165 lbs. 174 lbs. 184 lbs. Hwt. 133 lbs. 165 lbs. 133 lbs. 149 lbs. 165 lbs. 174 lbs. 184 lbs. 197 lbs. 133 lbs. 165 lbs. 174 lbs. 184 lbs. 197 lbs. 133 lbs. 149 lbs. 157 lbs. 165 lbs. 174 lbs. 184 lbs. 197 lbs. 141 lbs. 149 lbs. 157 lbs. 165 lbs. 184 lbs. 197 lbs. Hwt.

Tournament Outstanding Wrestler Lou Rosselli Jason Robison Josh Koscheck

Matt King Nate Yetzer Shawn Bunch Gregor Gillespie

1993 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2006 2007 2007*

118 lbs. 190 lbs. 174 lbs. 174 lbs. 174 lbs. 174 lbs. 165 lbs. 165 lbs. 133 lbs. 149 lbs. 157 lbs.

Coach of the Year

Mike DeAnna (1) 1989 Bruce Baumgartner (1) 1995 Tim Flynn (8) 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009

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Year-by-Year Records Year 1940­41 1946­47 1947­48 1948­49 1949­50 1950­51 1951­52 1952­53 1953­54 1954­55 1955­56 1956­57 1957­58 1958­59 1959­60 1960­61 1961­62 1962­63 1963­64 1964­65 1965­66 1966­67 1967­68 1968­69 1969­70 1970­71 1971­72 1972­73 1973­74 1974­75 1975­76 1976­77

Coach Frank Felice James Reed James Reed James Reed James Reed James Reed Bob Malarkey Hal Koepka James Reed James Reed Harry Ramsey Harry Ramsey Art McComb Art McComb Ron McIntyre Ron McIntyre Ron McIntyre Ron McIntyre Fred Caro Fred Caro Fred Caro Fred Caro Fred Caro Fred Caro Fred Caro Fred Caro Fred Caro Fred Caro Fred Caro Fred Caro Fred Caro Fred Caro

W-L-T 1­3­0 0­5­0 4­2­0 4­3­0 1­2­2 5­2­0 4­3­0 0­7­0 0­8­0 0­7­0 3­3­0* 4­4­1 5­2­1 7­1­0 7­2­0 8­2­0 4­5­0 3­5­0 1­7­0 2­5­1 5­5­0 6­4­0 2­10­0 10­2­0 7­2­0 9­5­0 9­5­0 11­4­0 10­4­1 7­4­0 9­6­0 10­3­1

NCAA EWL PSAC

8th 9th 4th 8th 8th 9th 10th 8th

Year Coach 1977­78 Fred Caro 1978­79 Fred Caro 1979­80 Fred Caro 1980­81 Fred Caro 1981­82 Fred Caro 1982­83 Fred Caro 1983­84 Fred Caro 1984­85 Mike DeAnna 1985­86 Mike DeAnna 1986­87 Mike DeAnna 1987­88 Mike DeAnna 1988­89 Mike DeAnna 1989­90 Mike DeAnna 1990­91 Bruce Baumgartner 1991­92 Bruce Baumgartner 1992­93 Bruce Baumgartner 1993­94 Bruce Baumgartner 1994­95 Bruce Baumgartner 1995­96 Bruce Baumgartner 1996­97 Bruce Baumgartner 1997­98 Tim Flynn 1998­99 Tim Flynn 1999­00 Tim Flynn 2000­01 Tim Flynn 2001­02 Tim Flynn 2002­03 Tim Flynn 2003­04 Tim Flynn 2004­05 Tim Flynn 2005­06 Tim Flynn 2006­07 Tim Flynn 2007­08 Tim Flynn 2008­09 Tim Flynn * ­ season record incomplete

W-L-T 11­1­0 8­3­0 9­8­0 4­4­0 2­4­0 3­6­0 0­6­1 7­6­1 9­5­0 9­5­0 16­4­0 5­8­0 8­6­0 8­6­0 6­9­0 6­7­0 15­2­0 16­2­0 5­10­0 14­0­0 7­7­0 11­3­1 14­1­0 11­3­1 10­4­0 10­5­0 10­3­0 9­5­1 12­0­0 17­1­0 11­3­0 14­4­1

NCAA

8th 7th 9th 43rd 25th 30th T15th T37th 11th 35th 6th T15th 18th 15th 12th 14th 24th 24th 28th 8th 9th T21st 6th

EWL PSAC 5th 10th 7th 6th 9th 9th 6th 5th 4th 1st 3rd 3rd 4th 7th 3rd 7th 4th 8th 3rd 6th 2nd 2nd 2nd 4th 1st 3rd 3rd 3rd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st T1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

Career Coaching Records Coach Frank Felice (1940­41) James Reed (1946­51, ‘53­55) Bob Malarkey (1951­52) Hal Koepka (1952­53) Harry Ramsey (1955­57) Art McComb (1957­59) Ron McIntyre (1959­63) Fred Caro (1963­84) Mike DeAnna (1984­90) Bruce Baumgartner (1990­97) Tim Flynn (1997­present) Total

Seasons 1 7 1 1 2 2 4 21 6 7 12 64

Won 1 14 4 0 7 12 22 135 54 70 136 455

Lost 3 29 3 7 7 3 14 98 34 36 39 273

Tied 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 4 1 0 4 13

Pct. .250 .333 .571 .000 .500 .781 .611 .578 .612 .660 .771 .623

Mike DeAnna

NOTE: Edinboro moved up to NCAA Division I in 1986­87. Prior records are Division II and NAIA

Bruce Baumgartner

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All-Time Roster AAA

Ace, Cory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘98­03 Allen, Jay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­93 Anderson, Barry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­93 Andrassy, Joe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­90 Armagost, Jim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘94­95 Ashby, Michael . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘01­06 Atienza, Audie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘89­90 Augustino, Paul . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­85

BBB

Bala, Chris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘00­01, ‘02­05 Bartkowski, Anthony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘89­90 Barton, Adam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­89 Bartsh, Ed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­86 Bauer, Ken . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­94 Bauer, Shawn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­91 Bishoff, Clarence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­89 Bissett, Kory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘07­09 Bockmore, Joe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘05­09 Boe, Tim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘03­04 Boozer, Ben . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘96­01 Bradshaw, Pat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘05­09 Brewster, Casey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘99­00 Brigham, Jeff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘08­09 Brown, Chris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­85 Bruns, Nick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­89 Bubar, Dave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘01­04 Bubnowski, Ron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘95­97 Bunch, Shawn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘01­06 Bundy, Nathan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘99­01 Bunn, Michael . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘07­09 Burger, Paul . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘04­06 Burklund, Brad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­85 Buzas, Martin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­89

CCC

Camino, Matt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘00­02 Capriotti, John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­91 Carls, Jim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘87­89 Caros, Chad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘98­02 Carpenito, Rob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­86 Casey, Brendan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘05­06 Cervone, Jeff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘95­96 Chelsted, Matt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘03­07 Christensen, Craig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­88 Christensen, Erik . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­87 Chupak, Mike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­88 Clark, Jody . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­93 Clark, Ken . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘98­00 Clemsen, Alex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘02­07 Cocozzo, Daryl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘06­08 Coleman, Matt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘07­09 Cook, Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘96­98 Cornelius, Larry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘98­99 Courts, Vinnie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘01­03 Corden, Vince . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘08­09 Cowden, B.C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘94­95 Coyle, B.J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘95­96 Crain, John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­90 Cridge, Bruce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘96­98 Cross, Jamie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘06­07 Cubarney, Brian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­92 Czarnecki, Ed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘97­98

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Daniels, Reuben . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘00­03 Daubert, Joe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘89­90 Davia, Koel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘04­06 Davis, Ezra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘05­06 Deel, John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘87­88 DeForest, Eric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘89­90 DelGarbino, John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­93 Deubel, Ricky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘04­09 Diamond, Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘96­00 Diamond, Yanni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘98­01 Dilts, Kevin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­90 DiMarco, Marc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘89­91 DiPietro, Anthony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘03­04 Dixon, Brandon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘08­09 Donahoe, Paul . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘08­09 Donaldson, John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘07­08 Doppelheuer, Ron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘02­05

EEE

Ely, Aaron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘07­09 Evans, Josh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘00­01

Hickman, Eric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘99­00 Hill, Matt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘02­07 Hiner, Kory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘06­07 Hjerling, Rob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­90 Hogue, Rick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘98­99 Honeycutt, Chris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘07­09 Hooks, Chamie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘97­98 Horton, Mike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘08­09 Howard, Patrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘98­00 Hrunka, Chris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘08­09 Hudson, Mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘02­03 Hunt, Rusty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘04­05 Hunt, Brian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­95

III JJJ

Imperator, Michael . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘89­90

FFF

Johnson, A.J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘95­00 Johnson, Erik . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­88 Jones, Toussaint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­89 Joseph, Stephen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘99­00

GGG

Kaczor, Jim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘89­90 Kaday, Todd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘91­93 Karpowich, Ethan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘91, ‘95 Kauffman, Bob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­86 Keeney, Jamie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘96­97 Kegarise, Mike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘89­90 Kennedy, Terry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­89 Kibler, Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­89 Kilburn, Korey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘94­99 Kim, Matt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘95­96 King, Jarrod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘07­09 King, Matt D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘01­04 King, Matt R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘99­03 Knott, James . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­91 Koscheck, Josh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘97­02 Kostman, Adam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘02­03

Feckanin, Steve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­97 Felt, Steven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­91 Fendone, Joey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘04­09 Fendone, Shawn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘06­09 Ferrara, C.J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘05­06 Fichter, Shane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘94­95 Fiflet, Brad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘00­03 Flanders, Robert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘89­90 Fluke, Kyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘06­09 Flynn, Mike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­89 Foley, John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘06­07, ‘08­09 Ford, Todd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘96­98 Frey, Matt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘07­08 Friburger, Bill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘89­93 Fuller, Chris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘94­98 Furey, Matt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­86 Gabrielson, Jason . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘97­00 Galvan, Galo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­93 Gear, Brian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­92 Geibel, Donnie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘03­04 Gibson, Jim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘02­07 Gillespie, Gregor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘05­09 Gillespie, Torsten . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘07­09 Gilman, Kyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘93­94 Golden, Chris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­91 Gray, Chip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­85 Gray, Jacob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘00­05 Green, Terry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­91 Greene, Stan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘97, ‘00­01 Gregan, Tom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘87­88 Groenendaal, Eric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­88 Gross, Eric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­95

HHH

Hahesy, Mike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­86 Hall, Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­89 Happel, Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­87 Harrison, Hayden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘04­05 Hartman, Bert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­91 Hawkins, Bill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘93­95 Held, Dave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­89

Matt Furey

Held, Mike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘86­90 Hennis, Joe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘01­05

Dean Hall

KKK

LLL

LaBella, Mike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘03­07 Lamoreaux, Matt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘86­90 Langfit, Dale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­91 Lautzenheiser, Cyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘86­88 Lawrence, Bill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘93­97 Leone, Mike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘97­98 Linderson, Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘98­99 Little, Jason . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘98­99 Loukides, Jason . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘89­94

MMM

Maher, Brian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘98­99 Mahoney, Scott . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘89­91 Maier, Kevin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘98­00 Marcelli, Thad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­95 Marrs, Eddie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘91­93 Massey, Kenny . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘08­09 Mazzerle, Larry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘97­98 McAlister, Seth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘04­06 McCormick, Heath . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘93­94 McCormick, Tony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘87­88 McKay, Eric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘91­93 McLaughlin, Rick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘02­07

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Edinboro Wrestling 2009-10

All-Time Roster McQuiston, Dan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­96 Metz, Dave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­91 Midkiff, Bryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­92 Mihalko, Shane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘02­04 Millard, Justin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘00­01 Miller, Allen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘86­87 Miller, Joe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘93­96 Minadeo, Randy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘87­88 Mitchell, Pete . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­86 Montedoro, Chuck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­87 Moore, John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘97­98 Morello, John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­95 Moricone, Phil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘04­09 Morgan Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘04­09 Morrill, Eric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘06­09 Morrison, Jay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘04­06 Mosley, Jeremy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘03­08 Moyers, Phil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­91 Mulligan, Jim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘89­90 Mumbulo, Nate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘02­04 Murdy, Chuck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘95­96 Murray, Craig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘93­97 Mussleman, Rich . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­90 Myers, Frank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­86

OOO

O'Day, Sean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­89 O'Keefe, Tim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘93­95 Olszewski, Tom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘95­98 O'Meara, Kevin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘97­01 Orlandi, Kevin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘06­07 Osman, Mohamed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘04­06 Otero, Mike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘07­09

PPP

Paddock, Paul . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘07­09 Passoff, Mike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘89­91 Patrick, David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘00­01 Pearce, Josh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘97­02 Pedockie, Nick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­93 Penn, Deonte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘02­07 Peters, Mike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘86­87 Plerhoples, Zach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘02­07 Porter, Brett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ‘87­92 Porter, Rob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­89 Pruden, Chris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘03­04

RRR

Rapp, Josh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘96­97 Rawlins, Ed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­85 Ray, David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­86 Reed, Justin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘95­98 Rinella, Tony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘95­98 Ring, Eric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘01­06 Ritrosky, Zach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘08­09 Robertson, Guy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­86 Robie, Tony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­97 Robison, Jason . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘93­98 Roe, Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘94­96 Ross, Anthony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­89 Rosselli, Lou . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­93 Rowan, Dave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­88 Rutan, Dennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­91 Ryan, Dennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­85

SSS

Sample, Glenn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘02­03 Samples, Mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘94­99

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Sanchez, Marco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘93­94 Saniga, Kevin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘93­98 Saxton, Ricky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘06­09 Schuster, Pat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­97 Schutte, Justin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘03­04 Scott, Garrett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘08­09 Scriven, Fred . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘94­95 Shafer, Aaron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘94­95 Shapert, Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘96­01 Shapert, Shaun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘96­01 Shifflet, Tom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­95 Shunamon, David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘99­03 Sill, Greg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘04­09 Sluyter, Jason . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘94­97 Smith, Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘00­01 Smith, Ted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­85 Smolenak, Jacob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­93 Snyder, Dan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘07­09 Soto, Charlie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘97­02 Spencer, Troy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘93­97 Stearns, Joel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘94­96 Stein, Matt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘93­98 Stoddard, Marty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­96 Stoffer, Ben . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘87­92 Straight, Jim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘93­98 Straughn, Thomas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘07­08 Sullivan, Jason . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­93 Swanson, Craig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­88 Swett, Mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­91

Whitenak, Dan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘06­08 Whitmer, Matt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­94 Whittman, Bill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­91 Wilcox, Justin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘98­01 Willaman, Dan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­89 Winkle, Dan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­90 Wipfli, Tom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘07­08 Wittman, Bill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­93 Workman, Luke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘94­96 Wright, Greg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­86 Wright, Pat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘87­88 Wright, Rodney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘87­91 Wroblewski, Mike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘96­97

YYY

Yates, Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘00­04 Yetzer, Josh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘00­02, ‘03­05 Yetzer, Nate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘00­05 York, Kurt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘86­89

ZZZ

Zarfos, D.J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘08­09 Zelinsky, Frank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘87­90

TTT

Tate, Terry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘05­08 Taylor, J.P. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘91­96 Taylor, J.T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘04­05 Taylor, Robert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­90 Terry, Mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘97­98 Thompson, Dan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘07­08 Toothman, Scott . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘89­90 Truby, Jon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­93 Tubello, Ralph . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­89 Tullos, Jeff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘88­90

UUU VVV

Uber, Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘05­06 Vanderheyden, Gary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­85 Vanella, Lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘06­07 VanSice, Kyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘02­03 Vega, Rafael . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘95­99 Venesile, John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘86­90 Vigliotti, Louie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘02­04 Voinovich, Victor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘89­90

WWW

Waddington, Rob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘85­88 Waite, Steve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘08­09 Walker, Donald . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘03­08 Walters, Rikk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­89 Warden, Cliff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘94­98 Watts, Dan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘02­04 Wayne, Patrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘04­07 Webster, Joel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘05­07, ‘08­09 Webster, Wesley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘90­91 Welch, Phil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘84­85 Welsh, Kevin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘95­00 Whitcher, Bill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .‘92­93

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All-Time Division I Results The Mike DeAnna Era

The Bruce Baumgartner Era

1986-90 (38-23)

1991-97 (70-36)

} 1986-87 (9-5) 8th at NCAA’s California(Pa.)..............W Lock Haven ..................L Clemson........................W Northern Iowa..............L Clarion ..........................W Slippery Rock................L Iowa ..............................L Eastern Illinois..............W Illinois............................W Illinois St. ......................W Wright St. ....................W Lehigh ..........................W Cleveland St. ................L Bucknell........................W

45­9 18­21 35­9 14­24 27­19 20­24 7­40 28­17 23­13 28­16 33­16 37­14 20­21 33­10

} 1987-88 (16-4) 7th at NCAA’s

Iowa St. ........................L Marquette....................W Drake ............................W Iowa ..............................L Loras ............................W Villanova ......................W California(Pa.)..............W Syracuse ......................W West Virginia................W Penn St. ........................L Lock Haven ..................L Bucknell ......................W Ohio St. ........................W Clarion ..........................W Slippery Rock ........W Univ. at Buffalo ..........W Wright St. ....................W Michigan St. ................W Cleveland St. ................W Lehigh ..........................W

18­19 47­0 41­6 14­22 48­3 35­6 38­6 27­6 33­7 14­19 18­20 28­15 18­17 25­15 33­9 35­5 41­6 25­11 20­18 26­11

1988-89 (5-8) 9th at NCAA’s 3rd at Ewl Tournament Iowa ..............................L Bloomsburg..................L Penn St. ........................L Clarion ..........................W Slippery Rock ..............W Ohio St...........................L Univ. at Buffalo ..........W Lock Haven ..................L West Virginia................W Pittsburgh ....................L Lehigh ..........................W Cleveland St. ................L Iowa St. ........................L

12­23 17­25 19­25 17­15 35­9 15­20 34­7 14­22 22­14 12­23 26­21 19­21 10­24

} 1989-90 (8-6) 43rd at NCAA’s 7th at EWL Tournament Bloomsburg ................W Penn St. ........................L Clarion ..........................L Slippery Rock................L Cal St. Fullerton............L Clemson........................W Univ. at Buffalo ..........W Lock Haven ..................W California(Pa.)..............W Pittsburgh ....................W Cleveland St. ................L Lehigh ..........................W West Virginia ................L Wright St. ....................W

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22­19 16­22 19­21 13­20 9­23 20­17 30­10 19­16 34­12 21­13 15­19 19­17 10­24 43­10

} 1990-91 (8-6) 25th at NCAA’s 7th at EWL Tournament Liberty ..........................W Wright St. ....................W Bloomsburg..................L Penn St. ........................L Lehigh ..........................W Clarion ..........................L Slippery Rock ..............W Univ. at Buffalo ..........W Lock Haven ..................L California(Pa.)..............W Ashland ........................W Pittsburgh ....................L Cleveland St. ................W West Virginia ................L

21­15 33­3 14­19 13­24 20­15 14­21 23­15 27­14 16­24 31­9 28­9 19­21 28­10 10­34

} 1991-92 (6-9)

30th at NCAA’s 8th at EWL Tournament Penn St. ........................L Navy ..............................L Virginia..........................W Syracuse........................L Slippery Rock ..............W Clarion ..........................L Lock Haven ..................L Bloomsburg..................L Cornell ..........................L Rider ............................W Liberty ..........................W California(Pa.)..............W Pittsburgh ....................L West Virginia ................L Cleveland St. ................W

13­32 14­18 24­8 16­21 39­6 19­23 9­22 17­19 11­24 25­9 33­9 29­10 17­19 16­20 18­16

} 1992-93 (6-7)

T15th at NCAA’s 6th at EWL Tournament Rutgers..........................L Brown ..........................W Cornell ..........................L Northern Iowa..............L Slippery Rock ..............W California(Pa.)..............W Morgan St. ..................W Lock Haven ..................L Clarion ..........................W Bloomsburg..................L Pittsburgh ....................L West Virginia ................L Cleveland St. ................W

14­21 21­14 16­21 7­27 29­7 32­7 40­3 16­17 35­3 10­30 10­24 14­21 25­14

} 1993-94 (15-2)

} 1994-95 (16-2)

} 1998-99 (11-3-1)

11th at NCAA’s 4th at EWL Tournament

18th at NCAA’s EWL Champions

Ohio St. ........................W Drexel ..........................W Purdue..........................W Pennsylvania................W Northern Iowa ............W Illinois ............................L Appalachian St.............W Cal St. Bakersfield........L Navy..............................W Clarion ..........................W California(Pa.)..............W Slippery Rock ..............W Lock Haven ..................W Bloomsburg ................W Kent St. ........................W Pittsburgh ....................W West Virginia................W Cleveland St. ................W

} 1999-00 (14-1)

22­18 30­9 27­6 19­14 29­12 12­19 32­15 9­24 20­17 19­15 41­9 37­3 28­12 25­14 26­12 20­12 23­15 28­12

} 1995-96 (5-10)

35th at NCAA’s 3rd at EWL Tournament Lehigh............................L Indiana ..........................L Northern Iowa ............W Michigan ......................W Missouri ........................L Slippery Rock ..............W Kent St...........................L Lock Haven ..................L Bloomsburg ................W Ohio St...........................L Pittsburgh ....................L Clarion ..........................L West Virginia ................L Ohio ..............................W Cleveland St. ................W

12­28 2­42 24­21 9­36 15­21 28­11 13­19 3­40 23­12 12­21 21­22 13­23 15­25 23­20 25­15

} 1996-97 (14-0)

6th at NCAA’s 3rd at EWL Tournament Ohio ..............................W VMI ..............................W Oregon State ..............W Arizona St.....................W Rider ............................W Lock Haven ..................W Bloomsburg ................W Drexel ..........................W Lehigh ..........................W Clarion ..........................W Ohio State ....................W West Virginia................W Pittsburgh ....................W Cleveland St. ................W

34­3 36­7 30­11 20­12 17­15 24­9 27­12 34­7 23­17 31­10 25­9 27­13 28­9 37­12

The Tim Flynn Era

T37th at NCAA’s 2nd at EWL Tournament

1997-09 (136-39-4)

Cornell ..........................W Purdue..........................W Brown ..........................W Kent St. ........................W Slippery Rock ..............W Brigham Young............W Missouri........................W Clemson ........................L Cornell ..........................L Wisconsin ....................W Clarion ..........................W California(Pa.)..............W Lock Haven ..................W Bloomsburg ................W Pittsburgh ....................W West Virginia................W Cleveland St. ................W

T15th at NCAA’s EWL Champions

21­14 35­3 27­12 28­6 32­6 27­9 21­15 10­21 12­24 36­12 18­14 34­6 27­11 40­3 24­12 19­15 26­11

} 1997-98 (7-7) Penn St. ........................L Old Dominion ..............W Cal. Poly­Tech...............W Purdue ..........................L Rider ..............................L Ohio ..............................W Univ. at Buffalo ..........W Lock Haven ..................W Ohio State ....................L Bloomsburg ................W Clarion ..........................L Pittsburgh ....................L West Virginia ................L Cleveland St. ................W

15­24 38­6 22­13 10­31 19­20 34­9 26­12 20­14 18­19 32­9 16­25 15­18 14­25 29­11

Brown ..........................W Drexel ..........................W Cornell ..........................L Virginia Tech ................W Penn State ....................L Virginia ..........................T North Carolina..............L Lock Haven ..................W Ohio ..............................W Univ. at Buffalo ..........W Bloomsburg ................W Clarion ..........................W Pittsburgh ..................W West Virginia ..............W Cleveland St. ..............W

31­7 38­6 11­22 46­3 9­26 17­17 9­22 25­9 33­6 20­12 22­14 23­22 23­9 19­13 37­3

15th at NCAA’s EWL Champions

Penn State ..................W Virginia Tech ................W Drexel ..........................W Harvard ........................W Lehigh ..........................W Northern Iowa ............W Univ. at Buffalo ..........W Ohio ..............................W Bloomsburg ................W Lock Haven ................W Clarion ..........................W Central Michigan..........L Pittsburgh ....................W West Virginia................W Cleveland St. ................W

19­14 27­6 32­3 23­9 22­10 27­6 26­9 19­18 25­13 22­9 21­14 15­18 16­15 25­9 33­6

} 2000-01 (11-3-1) 12th at NCAA’s EWL Champions Cleveland State ..........W Virginia Tech..................T Findlay ..........................W The Citadel ..................W Central Michigan ........W Bloomsburg ................W Hofstra ..........................L Iowa ..............................L Virginia Tech ................W Oklahoma ....................L Gannon ........................W Clarion ..........................W Lock Haven ..................W Pittsburgh ....................W West Virginia................W

32­9 16­16 36­4 42­3 19­13 25­12 13­19 13­35 25­12 13­23 32­6 26­9 23­12 27­18 38­6

} 2001-02 (10-4)

14th at NCAA’s 2nd at EWL Tournament Virginia Tech ................W Eastern Michigan ........W Findlay ..........................W Princeton......................W Cleveland State ..........W Penn State ..................W Bloomsburg ................W Michigan........................L Central Michigan..........L Lock Haven ..................L Clarion ..........................W Central Michigan ........W Pittsburgh ....................W West Virginia ................L

22­15 32­6 32­14 34­3 18­15 20­16 41­6 6­30 16­17 18­22 23­15 24­13 24­18 3­31

} 2002-03 (10-5) 24th at NCAA’s EWL Champions Findlay ..........................W

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All-Time Division I Results Slippery Rock ..............W Ohio ..............................W Cleveland State ............L Penn State ....................L VMI................................W Lehigh............................L Brown ..........................W North Carolina ............W Illinois ............................L Clarion ..........................W Lock Haven ..................W Bloomsburg ................W Pittsburgh ....................W West Virginia ................L

38­4 23­10 12­19 12­24 24­7 9­24 33­6 23­17 9­32 32­3 43­0 27­10 29­9 14­19

} 2003-04 (10-3) 24th at NCAA’s EWL Champions (Tie) Findlay ..........................W Ohio ..............................W Purdue ..........................L Cleveland State ..........W Old Dominion ..............W Arizona State................L Wyoming ......................L Lock Haven ..................W Clarion ..........................W Bloomsburg ................W Virginia Tech ................W Pittsburgh ....................W West Virginia................W

26­13 23­10 16­18 24­15 42­6 16­21 16­23 23­12 24­13 28­16 43­0 24­13 25­13

} 2004-05 (9-5-1) 28th at NCAA’s EWL Champions

Findlay ..........................W Appalachian State ......W Virginia..........................W Univ. at Buffalo ..........W Penn State ....................L American......................W Indiana ..........................L Univ. at Buffalo ..........W Missouri ........................L Clarion ..........................W Lock Haven ..................W Cleveland State ............L Bloomsburg..................L West Virginia ................T Pittsburgh ....................W

West Virginia................W

} 2006-07 (17-1) 40­0 38­0 26­6 24­9 8­33 39­6 10­26 24­15 12­27 32­13 33­13 20­22 14­21 20­20 19­17

} 2005-06 (12-0) 8th at NCAA’s EWL Champions Slippery Rock ..............W Old Dominion ............W Maryland ......................W Univ. at Buffalo ..........W UNC Greensboro ........W Clarion ..........................W Michigan State ............W Lock Haven ..................W Cleveland State ..........W Bloomsburg ................W Pittsburgh ....................W

40­5

41­0 41­3 32­3 20­13 29­9 27­9 17­16 21­12 29­9 30­6 29­4

9th at NCAA’s EWL Champions Mercyhurst ..................W Stanford ......................W Maryland ......................W Millersville ....................W Lehigh ..........................W Penn State ....................L Michigan State ............W Univ. at Buffalo ..........W Lock Haven ..................W Virginia Tech ................W Drexel ..........................W Kent State ....................W Penn State ..................W Clarion ..........................W Bloomsburg ................W Cleveland State ..........W West Virginia................W Pittsburgh ....................W

36­3 30­7 28­12 40­3 26­9 9­27 26­13 31­6 45­0 43­0 37­6 24­12 19­17 40­6 24­10 33­6 21­16 37­3

} 2007-08 (11-3) T21st at NCAA’s EWL Champions

Mercyhurst ..................W Army ............................W Maryland ......................W Eastern Michigan ........W Central Michigan..........L

35­3 21­15 19­15 31­6 11­28

Hofstra ..........................L Clarion ..........................W Bloomsburg ................W Lock Haven ..................W Cleveland State ..........W Ohio State ....................L Buffalo..........................W West Virginia................W Pittsburgh ....................W

19­24 34­7 25­9 30­11 26­15 13­23 37­3 21­16 21­12

} 2008-09 (14-4-1) 6th at NCAA’s EWL Champions

FINDLAY ......................W ARMY ..........................W #17 MARYLAND ..........W vs. Upper Iowa ............W vs. #14 Penn State........L vs. #13 Boise State ......W #6 OHIO STATE ............L vs. Rider........................W vs. #22 Penn ................W vs. #8 Lehigh ................L vs. #13 Oklahoma St.....L CLARION ......................W LOCK HAVEN ..............W at Bloomsburg ............W CLEVELAND STATE ....W at Buffalo ....................W #23 HOFSTRA ..............W PITTSBURGH................W at West Virginia ............T

48­0 34­7 24­15 32­12 16­24 20­12 12­19 24­10 30­12 14­19 12­24 36­4 34­6 25­12 40­4 31­10 26­13 31­8 19­19

All-Time vs. Opponents Opponent American Appalachian St. Arizona State Army Ashland Bloomsburg Boise State Brigham Young Brown Bucknell Buffalo California(Pa.) Cal. Poly­Tech CS Bakersfield CS Fullerton Central Michigan Citadel Clarion Clemson Cleveland State Cornell Drake Drexel Eastern Illinois Eastern Michigan Findlay Gannon Harvard Hofstra Illinois Illinois State Indiana Iowa Iowa State Kent State Lehigh Liberty Lock Haven

W-L-T 1­0­0 2­0­0 1­1­0 2­0­0 1­0­0 16­5­0 1­0­0 1­0­0 4­0­0 2­0­0 13­0­0 8­0­0 1­0­0 0­1­0 0­1­0 2­3­0 1­0­0 18­5­0 2­1­0 18­5­0 1­4­0 1­0­0 5­0­0 1­0­0 2­0­0 6­0­0 1­0­0 1­0­0 1­2­0 1­2­0 1­0­0 0­2­0 0­4­0 0­2­0 3­1­0 8­3­0 2­0­0 15­8­0

First Meeting W, 39­6 (‘05) W, 32­15 (‘95) W, 20­12 (‘96) W, 21­15 (‘08) W, 28­9 (‘91) L, 17­25 (‘89) W, 20­12 (‘09) W, 27­9 (‘94) W, 21­14 (‘92) W, 33­10 (‘87) W, 35­5 (‘88) W, 45­9 (‘86) W, 22­13 (‘97) L, 9­24 (‘95) L, 9­23 (‘90) L, 15­18 (‘00) W, 42­3 (‘01) W, 27­19 (‘87) W, 35­9 (‘86) L, 20­21 (‘87) L, 11­24 (‘92) W, 41­6 (‘87) W, 30­9 (‘94) W, 28­7 (‘88) W, 32­6 (‘02) W, 36­4 (‘01) W, 32­6 (‘01) W, 23­9 (‘00) L, 13­19 (‘01) W, 23­13 (‘87) W, 28­16 (‘88) L, 2­42 (‘95) L, 7­40 (‘87) L, 18­19 (‘87) W, 28­6 (‘94) W, 37­14 (‘87) W, 21­15 (‘90) L, 18­21 (‘87)

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Last Meeting Streak W, 39­6 (‘05) W1 W, 38­0 (‘05) W2 L, 16­21 (‘04) L1 W, 34­7 (‘09) W2 W, 28­9 (‘91) W1 W, 25­12 (‘09) W4 W, 20­12 (‘09) W1 W, 27­9 (‘94) W1 W, 33­6 (‘03) W4 W, 28­15 (‘88) W2 W, 31­10 (‘09) W13 W, 45­9 (‘95) W8 W, 22­13 (‘97) W1 L, 9­24 (‘95) L1 L, 9­23 (‘90) L1 L, 11­28 (‘08) L1 W, 42­3 (‘01) W1 W, 36­4 (‘09) W11 L, 10­21 (‘94) L1 W, 40­4 (‘09) W4 L, 11­22 (‘98) L1 W, 41­6 (‘87) W1 W, 37­6 (‘07) W5 W, 28­7 (‘88) W1 W, 31­6 (‘08) W2 W, 48­0 (‘09) W6 W, 32­6 (‘01) W1 W, 23­9 (‘00) W1 W, 26­13 (‘09) W1 L, 9­32 (‘03) L2 W, 28­16 (‘88) W1 L, 10­26 (‘05) L2 L, 13­35 (‘01) L4 L, 10­24 (‘89) L2 W, 24­12 (‘07) W1 L, 14­19 (‘09) L1 W, 33­9 (‘92) W2 W, 34­6 (‘09) W7

Opponent Loras Marquette Maryland Mercyhurst Michigan Michigan State Millersville Missouri Morgan St. Navy North Carolina UNC Greensboro Northern Iowa Oklahoma Oklahoma State Old Dominion Ohio Ohio State Oregon State Penn State Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Princeton Purdue Rider Rutgers Slippery Rock Stanford Syracuse Upper Iowa Villanova Virginia VMI Virginia Tech West Virginia Wisconsin Wright State Wyoming

W-L-T 1­0­0 1­0­0 4­0­0 2­0­0 0­2­0 3­0­0 1­0­0 1­2­0 1­0­0 1­1­0 1­1­0 1­0­0 3­2­0 0­1­0 0­1­0 3­0­0 7­0­0 3­5­0 1­0­0 3­11­0 1­0­0 15­6­0 1­0­0 2­2­0 3­1­0 0­1­0 10­2­0 1­0­0 1­1­0 1­0­0 1­0­0 2­0­1 2­0­0 6­0­1 12­8­2 1­0­0 4­0­0 0­1­0

First Meeting W, 48­3 (‘88) W, 47­0 (‘87) W, 32­3 (‘06) W, 36­3 (‘07) L, 9­36 (‘96) W, 25­11 (‘88) W, 40­3 (‘07) W, 21­15 (‘94) W, 40­3 (‘93) L, 14­18 (‘91) L, 9­22 (‘99) W, 29­9 (‘06) L, 14­24 (‘87) L, 13­23 (‘01) L, 12­24 (‘09) W, 38­6 (‘97) W, 23­20 (‘96) W, 18­17 (‘88) W, 30­11 (‘96) L, 14­19 (‘88) W, 19­14 (‘94) L, 12­23 (‘89) W, 34­3 (‘02) W, 35­3 (‘93) W, 25­9 (‘92) L, 14­21 (‘92) L, 20­24 (‘86) W, 30­7 (‘07) W, 27­6 (‘88) W, 32­12 (‘09) W, 35­6 (‘88) W, 24­8 (‘91) W, 36­7 (‘96) W, 46­3 (‘99) W, 33­7 (‘88) W, 36­12 (‘94) W, 33­16 (‘87) L, 16­23 (‘04)

Last Meeting Streak W, 48­3 (‘88) W1 W, 47­0 (‘87) W1 W, 24­15 (‘09) W4 W, 35­3 (‘08) W2 L, 6­30 (‘02) L2 W, 26­13 (‘07) W3 W, 40­3 (‘07) W1 L, 12­27 (‘05) L2 W, 40­3 (‘93) W1 W, 20­17 (‘95) W1 W, 23­17 (‘03) W1 W, 29­9 (‘06) W1 W, 27­6 (‘00) W3 L, 13­23 (‘01) L1 L, 12­24 (‘09) L1 W, 41­3 (‘06) W3 W, 23­10 (‘04) W7 L, 12­19 (‘09) L3 W, 30­11 (‘96) W1 L, 16­24 (‘09) L1 W, 19­14 (‘94) W1 W, 31­8 (‘09) W11 W, 34­3 (‘02) W1 L, 16­18 (‘04) L2 W, 24­12 (‘09) W1 L, 14­21 (‘92) L1 W, 41­0 (‘06) W8 W, 30­7 (‘07) W1 L, 16­21 (‘92) L1 W, 32­12 (‘09) W1 W, 35­6 (‘88) W1 W, 26­6 (‘05) W1 W, 24­7 (‘03) W2 W, 43­0 (‘07) W4 T, 19­19 (‘09) T1 W, 36­12 (‘94) W1 W, 33­3 (‘90) W4 L, 16­23 (‘04) L1

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Individual Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 17. 18. 19. 21. 23. 24. 25. 26. 29.

Career Wins

Gregor Gillespie (2005­09) Jason Robison (1993­98) Terry Kennedy (1984­89) Lou Rosselli (1988­93) Matt King (1999­04) Shawn Bunch (2001­05) Josh Koscheck (1997­02) Tony Robie (1992­97) Dave Rowan (1984­88) Alex Clemsen (2002­07) David Shunamon (1998­03) Sean O'Day (1985­89) Deonte Penn (2002­07) Kevin Saniga (1993­98) Dean Hall (1985­88) Kevin Welsh (1995­00) Cory Ace (1998­03) Tom Shifflet (1991­95) Joey Fendone (2004­09) Matt Hill (2002­07) Nate Yetzer (2000­05) Ricky Deubel (2004­09) Mark Samples (1994­99) Ken Bauer (1990­94) Jacob Gray (2000­05) Ryan Shapert (1996­01) Rob Porter (1985­89) Tom Herr (1970­74) Jason Loukides (1989­94) Jim Straight (1993­98)

152­13­0 145­23­0 139­34­3 136­25­4 132­23­0 133­24­0 128­17­0 126­24­0 124­27­0 121­35­0 118­44­0 116­23­2 114­43­0 113­38­0 113­18­2 111­52­0 110­45­0 109­31­1 105­40­0 105­42­0 103­33­0 102­51­0 99­25­0 94­31­2 89­47­0 83­45­0 83­39­1 83 82­38­2 82­36­0

Career Falls 1. Deonte Penn (2002­07) 2. Joey Fendone (2004­09) 3. Jason Robison (1993­98) Tom Herr (1970­74) 5. Dean Hall (1984­88) 6. Dave Rowan (1984­88) 7. Josh Koscheck (1997­02) Dave Held (1984­88) Ray Yeager (1975­79) 10. Ron Doppelheuer (2001­05) Cory Ace (1998­03) Joe Hennis (2001­05) Terry Kennedy (1984­89) 14. Steve Feckanin (1993­97) 15. Fred Caro, Jr. (1980­84)

53 45 42 42 40 38 27 27 27 26 25 25 25 24 22

Career Winning Pct. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Gregor Gillespie (2005­08) Josh Koscheck (1997­02) Jason Robison (1997­98) Dean Hall (1987­88) Matt King (1999­04) Matt Furey (1984­86)

Jason Robison

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Pct. W-L-T .917 (152­13) .883 (128­17) .863 (145­23) .857 (113­18­2) .852 (132­23) .849 (63­13­3)

Tom Herr

7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 24. 25. 26. 28. 29. 30.

Shawn Bunch (2001­06) Tony Robie (1994­95) Lou Rosselli (1992­93) Sean O’Day (1988­89) Dave Rowan (1987­88) Mike Hahesy (1984­1986) Terry Kennedy (1987­88) Mark Samples (1998­99) Tom Shifflet (1990­95) Nate Yetzer (2000­05) Kevin Saniga (1993­98) Ken Bauer (1990­94) Alex Clemsen (2002­06) David Shunamon (1998­03) Joey Fendone (2004­09) Deonte Penn (2002­07) Dan Willaman (1985­89) Matt Hill (2002­07 Cory Ace (1998­03) Ben Boozer (1997­2001) Jim Straight (1993­98) Steve Feckanin (1992­97) Kevin Welsh (1995­00) Jason Loukides (1989­94)

.847 (133­24) .840 (126­24) .836 (136­25­4) .830 (116­23­2) .821 (124­27) .820 (69­14­3) .798 (139­34­3) .798 (99­25) .777 (109­31­1) .757 (103­33) .748 (113­38) .748 (94­31­2) .730 (84­31) .728 (118­44) .724 (105­40) .726 (114­43) .726 (60­22­2) .714 (105­42) .710 110­45) .695 (73­32) .695 (82­36) .690 (78­35) .681 (111­52) .680 (82­38­2)

Season Wins 1. Jason Robison (1997­98) 2. Matt King (2003­04) Terry Kennedy (1987­88) 4. Matt King (2002­03) Josh Koscheck (2000­01) Gregor Gillespie (2008­09) 7. Shawn Bunch (2005­06) Shawn Bunch (2004­05) Gregor Gillespie (2005­06) Tony Robie (1993­94) David Shunamon (2002­03) 12. Dean Hall (1987­88) Dean Hall (1986­87) Matt Furey (1984­85) 15. Cory Ace (2002­03) Josh Koscheck (1999­00) Lou Rosselli (1992­93) Dave Rowan (1987­88) 19. Gregor Gillespie (2007­08) Alex Clemsen (2006­07) Deonte Penn (2002­07) Nate Yetzer (2003­04) Lou Rosselli (1990­91) Sean O'Day (1987­88) Sean O'Day (1986­87) Dave Rowan (1986­87) David Ray (1985­86) Kevin Welsh (1999­00) Kevin Welsh (1997­98)

Deonte Penn

45­1­0 43­3­0 43­6­1 42­7­0 42­0­0 41­3­0 40­2­0 40­2­0 40­4­0 40­4­0 40­5­0 39­4­1 39­5­1 39­5­1 38­7­0 38­4­0 38­2­0 38­4­0 37­4­0 37­4­0 37­4­0 37­6­0 37­4­0 37­5­1 37­6­1 37­5­0 37­7­0 37­9­0 37­12­0

Tony Robie

Season Falls

1. Joey Fendone (2008­09) Deonte Penn (2006­07) 3. Jason Robison (1997­98) Greg Wright (1985­86) 5. Dean Hall (1985­86) 6. Dave Rowan (1987­88) Tom Herr (1973­74) 8. Deonte Penn (2005­06) Josh Koscheck (2000­01) Dave Rowan (1986­87) 11. Dean Hall (1986­87) Tom Herr (1972­73) 13. Ron Doppelheuer (2003­04) Deonte Penn (2003­04) Dave Held (1985­86) David Ray (1985­86) Dave Held (1984­85) Fred Caro, Jr. (1983­84) 19. Joey Fendone (2005­06) Randy McKinney (1979­80) 21. Jarrod King (2008­09) Matt King (2003­04) Jason Robison (1996­97) Pat Schuster (1996­97) Dean Hall (1987­88) Terry Kennedy (1987­88) Fred Caro, Jr. (1982­83) Kevin Saniga (1993­94)

20 20 18 18 17 15 15 14 14 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Season Winning Pct. 1. Josh Koscheck (2000­01) 2. Jason Robison (1997­98) Paul Donahoe (2008­09) 4. Shawn Bunch (2005­06) Shawn Bunch (2004­05) 6. Lou Rosselli (1992­93) 7. Gregor Gillespie (2006­07) 8. Matt King (2003­04) Gregor Gillespie (2008­09) 10. Jason Robison (1996­97) 11. Tony Robie (1994­95) 12. Gregor Gillespie (2005­06) Tony Robie (1993­94) 14. Josh Koscheck (1999­00) Dave Rowan (1987­88) 16. Gregor Gillespie (2007­08) Alex Clemsen (2006­07) Deonte Penn (2006­07) Lou Rosselli (1990­91) 20. Dean Hall (1987­88) 21. David Shunamon (2002­03) 22. Mark Samples (1998­99) 23. Dave Rowan (1986­87) 24. Matt Furey (1984­85) Dean Hall (1986­87)

Greg Wright

Pct. W-L-T 1.000 (42­0) .978 (45­1) .972 (35­1) .952 (40­2) .952 (40­2) .950 (38­2) .944 (34­2) .935 (43­3) .932 (41­3) .923 (36­3) .914 (32­3) .909 (40­4) .909 (40­4) .905 (38­4) .905 (38­4) .905 (37­4) .902 (37­4) .902 (37­4) .902 (37­4) .898 (39­4­1) .889 (40­5) .882 (30­4) .881 (37­5) .878 (39­5­1) .878 (39­5­1)

Lou Rosselli

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All-Time Wrestling Team In conjunction with Edinboro University’s celebration of its Sesquicentennial in 2006­07, the Athletic Department recognized its all­time teams in a variety of sports. That included a selection of the All­Time Wrestling Team. A total of twenty former wrestlers were selected. The group was highlighted by two of Edinboro’s three Division I national champions. Josh Koscheck is Edinboro’s lone four­time All­American, and captured the national championship at 174 lbs. in 2001. He finished with a 128­17 career record, including 42­0 in ’71. Sean O’Day was Edinboro’s first Division I national champion, winning the 134 lb. title 1989. He was a three­time All­American, going 116­23­2 for his career. The team also included three wrestlers who won national championships while competing on the Division II level and one NAIA national champion. Leading the way was heavyweight Dean Hall, who was the Division II titlist in 1986, then went on to finish fourth at the Division I nationals that year. He finished as a three­time All­American on the Division I level. Mike Hahesy, currently an assistant coach with the Fighting Scots, won the Division II championship in 1985 at 158 lbs., and was the runner­up in 1986. Matt Furey was a two­time Division II All­American, winning the national championship in 1985. Tom Herr was the NAIA heavyweight national champion in 1973. Two other wrestlers achieved All­American honors three times. Jason Robison competed at 190 lbs., with his highest finish second place at 190 lbs. in 1998. Tom Shifflet is also a three­time All­American, all at 142 lbs. Six other wrestlers on the All­Time Team earned All­American accolades twice. Most recently it was Shawn Bunch, who finished as the national runner­up at 133 lbs. in 2005 and was third in 2006. Tony Robie also narrowly missed capturing a national title, finishing second at 158 lbs. in 1997 after a fifth place finish in 1995. Lou Rosselli, Terry Kennedy, Matt King, and David Ray also earned All­American recognition twice, with Ray a split Division I/Division II All­American. (NOTE: only wrestlers who had completed their season prior to last season were eligible.) Name (Yr.)

Wt.

Hometown

Name (Yr.)

Wt.

Hometown

Shawn Bunch (’06)

125/133

Leavenworth, KS

David Ray (’86)

134/142

Wichita, KS

­­ two­time All­American (2nd in 133, 3rd in 2005); 132­24 career record

Matt Furey (’86)

167/177

Carroll, IA

Tony Robie (’97)

­­ Division II national champion in 1985; two­time Division II All­ American; 63­13­3 career record

Mike Hahesy (’86)

158 Hwt.

Ely, IA Plymouth, NH

Hwt.

Jason Robison (’98)

Millersville, PA

David Rowan (’88)

Terry Kennedy (’89)

Tom Shifflet (’95)

North Olmsted, OH

190

Allison Park, PA

118

Middleport, NY

­­ former assistant coach who is two­time All­American (3rd in 1993); has 136­25­4 career record, ranking third in career wins

­­ was the school’s first national champion (NAIA) in 1973; finished with 83 career wins

142/150/158

Erie, PA

­­ three­time All­American who holds career record for wins with 145­ 23 record; was second at Nationals in 1998

Lou Rosselli (’93)

­­ earned All­American honors four times, three times in Division I; Division II national champion in 1986; 113­18­2 career record

Tom Herr (’74)

158/167

­­ a two­time All­American; was national runner­up in 1997; 126­24 career record

­­ two­time Division II All­American, finishing first in 1985 and second in 1986; 69­14­3 career record

Dean Hall (’88)

­­ was a Division I and Division II All­American in 1986, finishing second at Division II Nationals; was 37­7 in his lone season as a Fighting Scot

118

Madison, OH

­­ All­American in 1987 (4th); has 124­27 career record

142/150

Amherst, NY

­­ two­time All­American; ranks second in career wins with 139­34­3 record

­­ three­time All­American (3rd in 1995); finished with 109­31­1 career record

Matt King (’04)

David Shunamon (’02)

165

Connellsville, PA

197

Tewksbury, MA

­­ two­time All­American; has 132­23­0 career record, fourth in career wins

­­ earned All­American honors in 2001; has 118­44 career record

Josh Koscheck (’02)

­­ won three PSAC championships after serving his country in World War II

174

Waynesburg, PA

­­ Edinboro’s lone four­time All­American; won national championship in 2001 and was runner­up in 2001; has 128­17 career record

Marty Manning (’61)

177/191

Erie, PA

134/142

Meadville, PA

Kevin Welsh (’00)

128 184

Allison Park, PA Solon, OH

­­ was an All­American in 2000; 111­52 career record

­­ three­time PSAC champion

Sean O’Day (’89)

Jack Weixel (’49)

Dan Willaman (’88)

­­ three­time All­American who won national title in 1989 and was sec­ ond in 1988; 116­23­2 career record

134

North Canton, OH

­­ earned All­American honors in 1988 (4th); was 44­18­1 in two sea­ sons

Eastern Wrestling League Hall of Fame The following former Edinboro wrestlers, coaches and administrators have been inducted into the Eastern Wrestling League Hall of Fame:

Bruce Baumgartner Josh Koscheck Jim McDonald Tony Robie Jason Robison Lou Rosselli Tom Shifflet Jim McDonald

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This is Edinboro University

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dinboro University of Pennsylvania is the region’s largest and most compre­ hensive institution of higher education. Edinboro’s motto, “Great Things Happen Here!” represents much more than a tagline or catchy phrase. They reflect upon a changing and growing university that strives for excellence regionally, nationally and globally. Founded more than 150 years ago by descendants of Scottish immigrants, Edinboro’s beautiful 585­acre campus is now home to nearly 8,000 students enrolled in over 100 undergraduate and graduate programs of study. Rich in its Scottish tradi­ tion, the university’s majors in art, animation, criminal justice, education, and speech language pathology have earned national recognition and accolades. Situated almost equal distance (about 100 miles) from the cultural, entertainment and major league sports metropolitan areas of Cleveland, Buffalo and Pittsburgh, Edinboro is less than 20 miles south of Erie, Pennsylvania’s fourth largest city. Edinboro’s Baron­Forness Library has more than 500,000 bound volumes and 1.4 million microform units, along with online catalog access to numerous databases and electronic reserves and archives. The library, the region’s largest, is equipped with wireless network, commuter lounge, computer labs and is accessible to users with visual impairments.

Dr. Jeremy D. Brown

President, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

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r. Jeremy D. Brown became the 16th President of Edinboro University of Pennsylvania on July 1, 2007. A native of Manchester, England, Dr. Brown came to Edinboro from the State University of New York at Canton, where he served as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs since 2003. Since his arrival at Edinboro, his leadership has resulted in unparalleled campus growth and a renewed effort to enhance the University’s reputa­ tion for excellence regionally, nationally and on a global scale. He has already traveled to Poland, China, Korea, Taiwan and Panama, renewing or establishing new collaborative agreements with universities there, and arranging for growth in global programs that not only take Edinboro University to the world, but bring the world to Edinboro. It is President Brown’s vision to soon launch an English and Cultural Institute to serve international college and high school students. In addition to Dr. Brown’s emphasis on academic excellence and enrollment growth at the undergraduate and graduate levels, he has launched a series of ambi­ tious campus improvements, including the University’s $115 million student housing project, “The Highlands at Edinboro University,” that will accommodate nearly 1,600 students in suite­style apartment living, and construction of the $5 million Mike S. Zafirovski Sports and Recreation Center, the region’s largest free­standing domed athletic facility. Construction has also started on the new $5 million Human Services Building, and in 2010 the $30 million Cooper Hall science building renovation and expansion is scheduled to begin. Combined, Edinboro’s ongoing new construction and renovation will amount to a $200 million investment in the university’s future and its students. In just two years at the helm, Dr. Brown has reinvigorated the Edinboro com­ munity with the physical campus transformation, a tireless quest for academic excel­ lence, enrollment growth to near record levels, and a renewed sense of pride over the University’s rich Scottish heritage. Royal Stewart tartan can be seen everywhere on campus! President Brown’s educational background, from academics to administration, is impressive. He earned his Bachelor of Science and Ph.D. in nuclear physics from the University of Birmingham, England. He conducted his doctoral work in the area of experimental nuclear physics at the University of Birmingham University and at the University of California­Berkeley. Immediately following completion of his Ph.D.,

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Recently, the University completed the $5 million Dr. William P. Alexander Music Center, the first campus building constructed to meet the specific needs of the music department, and also completed the $25 million expansion and renovation of the Frank G. Pogue Student Center. Easily the largest construction project in Edinboro University’s history – a suite­ style student housing complex – is well underway with the completed Phase I of the 1,600­bed “Highlands at Edinboro University” ready for full fall occupancy. The new $5 million Mike S. Zafirovski Sports and Recreation Center, the region’s largest free­stand­ ing, air­supported domed facility, will soon be completed, meaning athletic teams can hold practice sessions during inclement weather. Construction is also underway on the new $5 million Human Services Building, and next year the $30 million expansion and renovation of the Cooper Hall science building is scheduled to begin. In addition to the five­acre Mallory Lake and ample pastoral and wooded areas, there are more than 40 buildings on the spacious Edinboro campus, including resi­ dence halls with private or shared rooms, honors housing and living­learning floors for academic and special interest student groups. Van Houten Dining Hall offers a variety of student meal plans, and Skipjack’s fast food emporium is perfect for an energy­booster at any time. Edinboro’s School of Graduate Studies and Research, with its technology­based computer­assisted distance learning, now offers the region’s fastest growing acade­ mic programs and one of the nation’s largest online graduate education programs. Edinboro University in Erie – The Porreco Center, is a beautiful 27­acre campus that includes classrooms, computer laboratory and a unique facility for hosting small conferences, business meetings and special events. Edinboro University in Meadville is located in the city’s historic Bessemer Building. So you can see that Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, home of the Fighting Scots NCAA athletic teams, first­class athletic venues and more than 100 clubs and organizations, offers the complete collegiate experience for undergraduate and grad­ uate students. What’s more, Edinboro’s faculty and staff of 800 individuals working as a single team to support our students’ higher education aspirations, underscore our new motto. Great things indeed happen here! President Brown spent two years at Indiana University involved in nuclear physics research. After his stint at Indiana, Dr. Brown accepted a faculty position in the Physics Department at Princeton University, where, in addition to continuing his research, he taught undergraduate and graduate­level physics courses. Princeton was not only rich with tradition, but its Physics Department had been home to the great Albert Einstein and John Nash! During this period, Dr. Brown also served as a resident faculty fellow at Rockefeller College and was faculty liaison for academic and social programs. Transitioning into academic administration, Dr. Brown was named associate dean of the Graduate School at Yale University. His portfolio included the Science, Engineering and Biomedical Departments, as well as recruitment of under­represent­ ed minority students. In addition, Dr. Brown served as the Graduate School’s chief budget officer. Later, Dr. Brown returned to Princeton as associate dean of the faculty. During this appointment, he advised the dean of faculty and provost on long­range academ­ ic planning and budgeting. He also supervised all personnel issues for the 960 mem­ bers of the technical, research and library staffs. In 2000, President Brown was named rector of Florida State University­ Panama, serving as the chief executive officer of a small U.S. university operating in Latin America. While he was there, enrollment, curriculum and revenues grew dra­ matically as he developed strategic plans for growth and designed and implemented a national and international recruiting program. During his career, Dr. Brown published many scholarly articles and has been fre­ quently invited as a speaker at international conferences, research institutions and universities. While at Edinboro, Dr. Brown and his wife, Rebeca Acuña, became the proud parents of a son, Andrew Jeremy Brown. Although the happy parents had discussed the name “Andrew” prior to their arrival on campus, it is fortuitous that the patron saint of Scotland is Saint Andrew! President Brown is also an avid sports enthusiast. Being from Manchester, he is a lifelong fan of the Manchester United soccer team. He also coached the St. Lawrence University men’s and women’s squash teams for three years, taking them to the national tournament, and he likes to play squash himself. He also enjoys sailing and skiing. In addition to his role as a relatively new parent, he also very much enjoys spending time with his older sons, Lucas and Gabriel, and visiting his family in England. Dr. Brown’s academic, administrative and athletic experience, combined with his high aptitude for dealing with higher education issues, have dynamically prepared him for his duties as president of Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and for imple­ menting his vision of taking Edinboro not to the next level, but to the level beyond that. Already, after only two years in office, his leadership and stewardship have con­ tributed in many positive ways to serving Edinboro’s students, faculty and staff, the northwestern Pennsylvania community and the broader region beyond.

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Director of Athletics

Bruce Baumgartner B

ruce Baumgartner is regarded as one of the greatest American wrestlers ever, being recognized as the US. Olympic Wrestler of the Century by Globalaccess.com seven years ago and later being inducted into the Wrestling Hall of Fame. Now Baumgartner is building a solid reputation as an athletic administrator. Baumgartner was named the acting Director of Athletics in 1997, then was awarded the job permanent­ ly in ’98. As the guiding force of the Fighting Scot athletic program, Baumgartner has initiated the Annual Athletic Fund Drive, a fundraising project designed to provide athletic scholarship funds. In addition, he has initiated several other fundraising projects, including a semi­annual sports memorabilia auction which has raised over $100,000 in seven years. In recent years Baumgartner has targeted improvements in McComb Fieldhouse, and the results are clearly evident. Both the gym­ nasium and outer lobby were modernized, with emphasis placed on the success of Edinboro’s athletic teams and student­athletes. The much­ anticipated weight room renovation was completed,with stunning results. Now comes the latest inovation at Edinboro, the Mike S. Zafirovski Sports & Recreation Dome. The five million dollar air­support­ ed dome project was officially opened this fall. A four­time Olympic medalist, Baumgartner served as an Edinboro wrestling coach for nearly 13 years, including seven seasons as the head coach. He compiled a 70­36 record, including a 14­0 dual meet record in 1997, the best finish in school history. The Fighting Scots then went on to finish sixth at the NCAA Division I National Championships, their highest finish ever. Baumgartner affirmed his status as the greatest freestyle wrestler in American history by winning the bronze medal at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. It was his fourth Olympic medal and record­ setting 13th world­level medal. Baumgartner was honored by his fellow United States Olympic athletes when he was chosen to carry the American flag for the 1996 opening ceremonies. He won his first gold medal in Los Angeles in 1984, America’s first in 60 years of super heavy­ weight wrestling. He added a the silver medal in the 1988 Games in Seoul, Korea, followed by a second gold medal in Barcelona, Spain in 1992. Baumgartner was honored as the winner of the James E. Sullivan Award in 1995 as the outstanding amateur athlete in the United

States. He did not lose to an American wrestler from 1981 to his retire­ ment in 1998. He has been inducted into numerous Hall of Fames, including the Wrestling hall of Fame in 2002 and the Pennsylvania Hall of Fame in 2005. As a collegiate wrestler at Indiana State University, Baumgartner won 134 of 146 collegiate matches with 73 falls. He was twice the run­ nerup at the national collegiate tournament, then posted a perfect 44­0 mark his senior year to capture the NCAA crown. Baumgartner was honored by the NCAA as a top “Top V Award” recipient for his athletic, leadership and academic success. He was later awarded an NCAA post­graduate scholarship after earning his bachelor’s degree in Industrial Art Education. He utilized the award to earn a mas­ ter’s degree at Oklahoma State University. While officially retiring from wrestling in 1998, Baumgartner still performs a great deal of community service as a motivational speaker and camp clinician. He and his wife, Linda, reside in Edinboro with their three sons, Bryan (18), a freshman at Edinboro and a member of the cross country and track & field teams, Zachary (16) and Dylan (12).

2009-10 Corporate Sponsors

Edinboro Wrestling 2009-10


2009-10 Wrestling Schedule Day & Date Saturday, November 7 Saturday, November 14 Sunday, November 22

Saturday, December 5 Sunday, December 13 Sunday, December 20 Tuesday, December 29 to Wednesday, December 30 Friday, January 8 to Saturday, January 9 Saturday, January 16 Sunday, January 17 Saturday, January 23 Friday, February 5 Saturday, February 6 Friday, February 12 Saturday, February 13 Friday, February 19 Saturday, February 20 Sunday, March 7 Thursday, March 18 to Saturday, March 20 HEAD COACH: Tim Flynn

Opponent at EMU Open at Brockport/Oklahoma Gold Showcase at Sprawl & Brawl Classic vs. Sacred Heart vs. Rider vs. Penn State PSAC CHAMPIONSHIPS at Ohio State at Reno Tournament at Southern Scuffle

Edinboro, PA Perrysburg, OH Reno, NV Greensboro, NC

at Virginia Duals

Hampton, VA

BUFFALO at Clarion# at Lock Haven# BLOOMSBURG# at Cleveland State# NORTH CAROLINA EDINBORO OPEN at Pittsburgh# WEST VIRGINIA# at EWL Tournament at NCAA Division I National Championships

Edinboro, PA Clarion, PA Lock Haven, PA Edinboro, PA Cleveland, OH Edinboro, PA Edinboro, PA Pittsburgh, PA Edinboro, PA Morgantown, WV Omaha, NEB

# EWL Match

Site Ypsilanti, MI Brockport, NY

Time All Day All Day

Binghamton, NY 9:45 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m. All Day 2:00 p.m. All Day All Day All Day 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. All Day 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. All Day All Day

2009-10 Edinboro Wrestling Media Guide  

2009-10 Edinboro Wrestling Media Guide

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