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2009-10 Bucknell Wrestling Wrestler Profiles

133 - David Marble

125 - Derek Reber

• Three-time NCAA Qualifier (2007, 2008, 2009) • EIWA Placewinner: 2007 (6th), 2008 (2nd), 2009 (4th) • Five career wins at NCAA Championships

• NCAA Qualifier (2009) • Third-place finish at EIWA Championships (2009) • Expected to miss 2009-10 with a knee injury

Senior • Co-Captain Harpursville, N.Y. Harpursville Central

www.BucknellBison.com

Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

8

Overall 24-13 27-9 30-12 81-34

Dual 16-6 16-5 14-4 46-15

EIWA Duals 6-1 6-2 6-1 18-4

Pins 3 3 6 12

TF 2 3 4 9

Sophomore Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg

MD 4 5 5 14

Tied for eighth on Bucknell career wins list (81) ... ranked No. 13 in Intermat preseason rankings at 133 pounds. 2008-09: Co-captain for second consecutive year ... finished fourth in 133-pound weight class at EIWA Championships, earning third straight NCAA berth ... went 3-2 at NCAA Championships ... nationally ranked 11 weeks, reaching as high at No. 14 ... fourth on team in victories with 30 ... tied for eighth on Bucknell’s single-season wins list ... three different winning streaks of at least five matches ... won the Navy Classic for the second consecutive year ... 24-0 against unranked foes entering NCAA Championships ... posted three victories over ranked opponents entering NCAAs ... second on team with six pins ... tied for second on squad with 14 dual wins ... opened season with 9-1 and 14-2 marks ... took third at season-opening Michigan State Open ... placed sixth at Cliff Keen Invitational, facing four nationally ranked wrestlers in his six bouts ... posted eight bonus-point victories in dual matches ... lost consecutive matches only once all season ... placed second at ASICS University National Freestyle Championships at 63 KG (138.6 lbs.). 2007-08: Co-captain ... earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Championships with a second-place finish in the 133-pound bracket at the EIWA Tournament as the No. 3 seed ... posted a 1-2 record at the NCAA Championships ... defeated Cal State Fullerton’s Tyler Dillashaw at NCAAs for the second consecutive year ... spent most of the season in the top-20 nationally, according to the InterMat/NWMA/NWCA Individual Rankings, peaking at No. 14 ... notched wins over Stephen Sabreen of Franklin & Marshall, Bryan Ortenzio of Penn and Seth Ciasulli of Lehigh in the EIWA Championships before falling by one point, a 5-4 decision, to Joe Baker of Navy in the championship bout ... win over Ciasulli was the 50th of his career ... tied for a team-best record of 16-5 in duals with seven bonus-point victories ... posted a 6-2 record in EIWA duals ... totaled three pins, three technical falls and five major decisions on the year ... opened the season with a runner-up showing at the Binghamton Open and followed up by winning his weight at the Navy Classic ... upset then-No. 9 Tyler McCormick in a dual meet at Missouri ... was named the Damon’s Bison Athlete of the Week following that performance ... also earned the award for his runner-up showing at the EIWA Championships ... 27 victories on the season rank tied for 10th on program’s single-season list ... competed at the FILA Junior Freestyle National Championships and took second at 60 KG (132.25 lbs.) with a 4-1 record. 2006-07: Went 1-2 at the NCAA Championships, posting a 14-7 win over Tyler Dillashaw of Fullerton ... earned a spot in the NCAA Championships as a wild card selection after taking sixth at 133 lbs. at the EIWA Championships ... went 16-6 in duals overall and 6-1 in EIWA dual-meet competition during his freshman campaign, earning a No. 4 seed at the EIWA Tournament ... went 24-13 overall ... posted seven duals victories for bonus points ... placed fifth at the Navy Classic and first at the Shorty Hitchcock Open ... notched 10 straight duals wins after beginning the season with a 6-6 duals record ... named Damon’s Bison Athlete of the Week on Feb. 12 after posting an 8-6 come-from-behind victory over nationally ranked No. 10 Joe Baker in Bucknell’s dual-meet at Navy ... in the EIWA Tournament, he defeated fifth-seeded Baker once more, 7-5 in overtime, to advance to the semifinals. Before Bucknell: Lettered in wrestling, cross country, track and baseball at Harpursville Central High School ... won state championship ... served as team captain under head coach Josh Quick ... earned team MVP honors four times ... received scholar athlete recognition ... was a cross country captain and a threetime all-division honoree. Personal: David Aldwyn Marble ... born May 21, 1988 in West Palm Beach, Fla. ... son of Jake Furgeson ... has one sister, Cheryl ... major is psychology. David Marble

Year 2008-09 Totals

Overall 31-12 31-12

Dual 16-4 16-4

EIWA Duals 8-0 8-0

Pins 2 2

TF 1 1

MD 7 7

2008-09: Posted one of best freshman seasons in program history ... wrestled exclusively at 125 pounds ... won 31 matches, the most by a freshman in school history ... tied for fifth on single-season wins list ... placed third at EIWA Championships, earning an automatic berth to the NCAA Championships ... only freshman among Bucknell’s six NCAA qualifiers ... posted an 0-2 mark at NCAAs ... finished season ranked No. 20 nationally at 125 pounds ... went 8-0 in EIWA duals, equaling Andy Rendos for best mark on team ... tied for third on Bucknell’s single-season duals wins list with 16 ... led team with 16 dual victories ... won 19 straight bouts vs. unranked foes entering NCAA Championships ... did not lose to an unranked opponent after Dec. 5 ... tied for team lead with seven wins by major decision ... opened season with 8-1 record ... concluded campaign winning eight of final 11 bouts ... placed third at the Michigan State Open and fifth at the Navy Classic ... posted a 4-2 record at the Cliff Keen Invitational. Before Bucknell: 2008 Pennsylvania state champion ... four-time state placewinner ... 2008 high school national finalist ... represented Pennsylvania in the Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic ... two-time NHSCA national champion ... placed fifth at Junior Nationals in 2007 ... posted a career record of 165-10 ... National Honor Society member. Personal: Derek T. Reber ... born Aug. 26, 1989 in Lewisburg, Pa. ... son of Franklin and Theresa Reber ... has one sister, Brittany ... major is undeclared.

149 - John Regan Sophomore Plum Borough, Pa. Kiski School

Year 2008-09 Totals

Overall 14-9 14-9

Dual 1-1 1-1

EIWA Duals 0-0 0-0

Pins 1 1

TF 2 2

MD 2 2

2008-09: Wrestled at 141, 149 and 157 ... posted 11-6 record at 149 ... was 3-3 at 141 and 0-1 at 157 ... competed in four tournaments and two duals ... never lost more than two matches in a row ... placed fourth at the East Stroudsburg Open and Shorty Hitchcock Open ... also took fifth at the Michigan State Open ... lone dual win came against Wagner’s Jake Villaret ... competed at just two events after Jan. 1 ... posted a 7-2 mark during a midseason nine-bout stretch. Before Bucknell: Four-time placewinner at Prep Nationals, taking third in 2008 and 2007, fifth in 2006 and sixth in 2005 ... Liberty National champion ... won three Prep state titles (2008, 2007 and 2006) ... placed at Junior Olympic state tournament five times, winning one title ... Westmoreland County Coaches Association champion in 2008 ... took first at Valley Forge Cadet ... logged a career record of 171-21, including a 44-2 mark as a senior ... three-time team captain ... also a member of soccer, lacrosse and cross country teams. Personal: John Thomas Regan Jr. ... born Aug. 31, 1989 in Monroeville, Pa. ... son of John and Yvonne Regan ... has one sister, Sharlie, and one brother, James ... majoring in management.

John Regan

School-Record Six NCAA Qualifiers

2009-10 Bucknell Wrestling Media Guide  

2009-10 Bucknell Wrestling Media Guide

2009-10 Bucknell Wrestling Media Guide  

2009-10 Bucknell Wrestling Media Guide

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