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BUFFALO BULLS WRESTLING

MAX SORIA

ANDREW SCHUTT ANGELO MALVESTUTO

2013 Wrestling: Running With The Bulls

WALLY MAZIARZ

TONY LOCK

ERIK GALLOWAY

2013-14 Media Guide


University at Buffalo Wrestling 2013-14 Quick Facts UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO

Location...................................................................................Buffalo, NY 14260 Founded...........................................................................................................1846 Enrollment................................................................................................... 29,049 Nickname......................................................................................................... Bulls Colors.................................................................................Royal Blue and White Affiliation.....................................................................................NCAA Division I Conference......................................................................Mid-American (MAC) President............................................................................. Dr. Satish K. Tripathi Athletic Director.............................................................................Danny White Athletic Department Phone..................................................(716) 645-3141 Website..........................................................................www.buffalobulls.com

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Address..................................................................................... 21 Alumni Arena Buffalo, NY 14260 Office Phone................................................................................(716) 645-6311 Office Fax......................................................................................(716) 645-6840 Assistant AD Athletic Communications Director......................Jon Fuller Associate Director, Communications......................................... Brian Wolff Assistant Director, Communications (Wrestling Contact).Louie Spina E-mail.................................................................................... lspina@buffalo.edu Office Phone................................................................................(716) 645-6837

MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE (MAC)

Address...............................................................24 Public Square, 15th Floor Cleveland, OH 44113 Office Phone................................................................................(216) 566-4622 Office Fax......................................................................................(216) 696-2622 Commissioner............................................................. Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher Asst. Commissioner/Wrestling Contact....................................Ken Mather E-mail......................................................................kmather@mac-sports.com Website...........................................................................www.mac-sports.com TABLE OF CONTENT

Quick Facts...................................................................................................................... 2 Roster................................................................................................................................ 3 State/Class Breakdown............................................................................................... 4 Schedule.......................................................................................................................... 5 Facilities........................................................................................................................... 6 Season Preview.......................................................................................................7-10 Coaching Staff...................................................................................................... 11-12 Wrestlers................................................................................................................. 13-23 Weight Class Depth Chart.......................................................................................24 Up-to-date Career Statistics...................................................................................25 2012-13 Dual Meet Tournament Results............................................................26 2012-13 Statistics.......................................................................................................27 Year-by-year Head Coaching Records.................................................................28 All-time Record Against Opponents............................................................ 29-30 Year-by-year Dual Meet Results..................................................................... 31-35 National Qualifiers.............................................................................................. 36-37 Hall of Fame Members All-Americans.................................................................38 Program History................................................................................................... 39-40 All time Program Roster.................................................................................... 41-43

COACHING STAFF Head Coach...................................................John Stutzman Alma Mater.........................................................................Buffalo ‘98 Career Record..........................................................................97-56-1 Record at UB (Seasons)............................................... First Season Wrestling Office Phone......................................... (716) 645-6876 PROGRAM HISTORY Years.......................................................................................................... 79 First Year........................................................................................1933-34 All-Time Dual Meet Record................................. 553-443-15 (.554) TEAM INFORMATION Home Venue...................................................... Alumni Arena (6,100) 2012-13 Dual Meet Record........................................................... 1-11 2012-13 MAC Dual Meet Record......................................... 1-4 (5th) 2013 MAC Tournament Finish.................................................... 7th/8 2013 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS 2013 NCAA Qualifiers.............................................................................4 2013 NCAA Qualifiers Returning.......................................................1 2013 NCAA Returning Qualifier............................ Max Soria (125) 2013-14 TEAM INFORMATION Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................................................15/12 Starters Returning/Lost.....................................................................4/6 Newcomers............................................................................................. 15 2013-14 PROBABLE STARTERS [Subject to Change]

125...................................................................................Max Soria (R-Jr.) 133...........................................................................Justin Farmer (R-Sr.) 141................................. Erik Galloway (R-Jr.) or Nick Flannery (Sr.) 149................................................................................. Ryan Todora (Fr.) 157........................................................................Justin Northup (R-Fr.) 165................................Wally Maziarz (R-Jr.) or Rrok Ndokaj (R-Fr.) 174..................................................................................... Tyler Rill (R-Fr.) 184.................................................. Tony Lock (So.) or Joe Ariola (Fr.) 197................................................................. Angelo Malvestuto (R-Jr) HWT.........................................................................Anthony Tufaro (Fr.)

PLEASE NOTE: The proper school name is the University at Buffalo, NOT the University of Buffalo. Please make all references to the school name as the University at Buffalo, Buffalo, or UB. Thank you..

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University at Buffalo Wrestling 2013-14 Roster

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NAME WEIGHT CLASS HOMETOWN PREVIOUS SCHOOL (HIGH SCHOOL) Joe Ariola 184 Fr. Oak Park, IL Oak Park River Forest James Benjamin 197 Fr. Vestal, NY Vestal Jake Campana 157 Fr. Manahawkin, NJ Southern Regional Mat Dehney 157 R-Jr. Dracut, MA Dracut Justin Farmer 133 R-Sr. New Lenox, IL Lincoln-Way Central Nick Flannery 141 Sr. Framingham, MA Framingham Erik Galloway 141 R-Jr. State College, PA State College (Pittsburgh) Cory Hollister 125 Fr. Perry, NY Perry Tony Lock 184 So. Chaffee, NY Pioneer Jarred Lux 174 So. Pittsburgh, PA North Allegheny Angelo Malvestuto 197 R-Jr. Niagara Falls, NY Niagara Wheatfield (Virginia Tech) Wally Maziarz 157 R-Jr. North Tonawanda, NY North Tonawanda Brandon Muntz 133 Fr. Falconer, NY Falconer Rrok Ndokaj 174 R-Fr. Staten Island, NY Monsignor Farrell (Bloomsburg) John Northrup 149 So. Rochester, NY Rush-Henrietta Jaydon Rice 133 So. Allentown, PA Bethlehem Catholic Tyler Rill 165 R-Fr. Hampstead, MD Mount Saint Joseph (Bloomsburg) Andrew Schutt 141 R-Sr. Greenwood Township, MI Yale Mike Silvis 197 Fr. Holley, NY Holley Max Soria 125 R-Jr. Kings Park, NY Kings Park Mike Soria 125 R-Jr. Kings Park, NY Kings Park Ryan Therrien 174 R-Fr. Boxford, MA Masconomet Regional Ryan Todora 149 Fr. Breinigsville, PA Bethlehem Catholic Anthony Tufaro HWT Fr. Scotch Plains, NJ Scotchplains-Fanwood Austin Weigel 174 Fr. Woodstock, NY Onteora

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Joe Ariola......................................... Air-E-Ola Jarred Lux ����������������������������������������������Lucks Angelo Malvestuto ����� mal-ves-TOO-toe Wally Maziarz.......................MAY-zee-are-s Rrok Ndokaj...................Rock New-Doh-Kay Andrew Schutt ����������������������������������SHOOT Ryan Therrien �������������������������������Theory-in Anthony Tufaro ������������������������� Two-Far-O Austin Weigel ���������������������������������Wee-Gul

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University at Buffalo Wrestling 2013-14 Roster State/Class Breakdown

STATE BREAKDOWN: ILLINOIS MARYLAND

Justin Farmer Joe Ariola Tyler Rill

MASSACHUSETTS Ryan Therrien Nick Flannery MICHIGAN

Andrew Schutt

NEW JERSEY

Jake Campana Anthony Tufaro

NYC AREA

Rrok Ndokaj Max Soria Mike Soria

PENNSYLVANIA Erik Galloway Jarred Lux Ryan Todora Jaydon Rice

CLASS BREAKDOWN: Seniors (3): Nick Flannery, Andrew Schutt, Justin Farmer Juniors (5): Erik Galloway, Angelo Malvestuto, Wally Maziarz, Max Soria, Mike Soria Sophomores (4): Tony Lock, Jarred Lux, Ryan Therrien, Jayden Rice Freshmen (13): Joe Ariola, James Benjamin, Jake Campana, Cory Hollister, Brandon Muntz, Rrok Ndokaj (R), John Northrup (R), Tyler Rill (R), Mike Silvis, Ryan Therrien (R), Ryan Todora, Anthony Tufaro, Austin Weigel

NEW YORK WNY Cory Hollister Tony Lock Angelo Malvestuto Wally Maziarz Brandon Muntz Mike Silvis Central NY James Benjamin Austin Weigel 4 BUFFALOBULLS.COM


University at Buffalo Wrestling DATE Nov 9, 2013 Nov 24, 2013 Nov 30, 2013 Dec 7, 2013 Dec 8, 2013 Dec 12, 2013 Dec 29, 2013 JAN 4, 2014 Jan 12, 2014 Jan 17, 2014 JAN 25, 2014 JAN 26, 2014 Feb 1, 2014 Feb 7, 2014 Feb 9, 2014 FEB 14, 2014 Feb 16, 2014 FEB 23, 2014 Mar 9, 2014 Mar 21, 2014

OPPONENT/EVENT vs. Oklahoma Gold Classic @ Brockport, NY at New York State Collegiate Championships vs. Northeast Duals at Kent State * at Central Michigan * at Iowa at Lock Haven Invite NORTHERN IOWA * vs. Pitt Duals @ Pittsburgh, PA at Columbia OLD DOMINION * OHIO * at Edinboro at Missouri * at Southern Illinois - Edwardsville BINGHAMTON at Eastern Michigan * NORTHERN ILLINOIS * MAC Championships @ Kent State NCAA National Championship

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TIME SITE All Day Brockport, NY All Day Ithaca, NY All Day Albany, NY 1:00 PM Kent, OH 2:00 PM Mt. Pleasant, MI 7:00 PM Iowa City, Iowa All Day Lock Haven, PA 1:00 PM ALUMNI ARENA All Day Pittsburgh, PA 7:00 PM New York City, NY 7:00 PM ALUMNI ARENA 1:00 PM ALUMNI ARENA 7:00 PM Edinboro, PA 7:00 PM Columbia, MO TBA Edwardsville, MO 7:00 PM ALUMNI ARENA TBA Ypsilanti, MI 1:00 PM ALUMNI ARENA All Day Kent, OH All Day Oklahoma City, OK


University at Buffalo Wrestling Wrestling Facilities

The University at Buffalo athletic department recently made major facility renovations to the wrestling complex, the first of such upgrades since Alumni Arena opened its doors in 1982. The $400,000 project brought several improvements to the coaches’ offices, student-athlete common areas, on-site fitness room and team practice area. Another aspect of the renovation included the addition of windows on the outside facade allowing the practice area to be exposed to natural light for the first time. The on-site fitness center is one of the most important additions for the Buffalo coaches, as it will allow the student-athletes to train with their team and coaches. One area in the new complex will be named after former captain Jeff Parker, who lost his battle with cancer in May 2010. The official name for the space will now be the Jeff Parker Student-Athlete Lounge. The Recreation and Athletics Complex (RAC) on the University’s North Campus includes Alumni Arena, a $12.5 million Phase II Building and a $1.5 million outdoor playing fields complex. Alumni Arena’s main gymnasium is home to the Bulls’ men’s and women’s basketball teams, wrestling team and the women’s volleyball team. The largest “free-floating” hardwood floor in the United States at the time it was built, it features basketball, volleyball and badminton courts circled by a 200-meter track and seating for 6,100 spectators following renovations during the summer of 2004.

In 2011, the University began to renovate the inner-workings of the arena to enhance the game-day atmosphere, adding stateof-the-art sound and lighting systems as well the installation of a new video and scoring system. The eye-catching centerpiece of the renovation is the new four-sided, center-hung LED display, that provides live video, instant replays, and animations. The displays measure eight feet high and 14 feet wide and will be accompanied by an LED ring underneath which measures 3 feet high and 52 feet in diameter. Rounding out the scoring system will be new fixed-digit displays in both end-zones and seventy feet of LED scorer’s tables at court level. The video board made its debut on Jan. 7, 2012. The building includes three levels of offices, locker rooms, equipment and training-therapy rooms, seminar rooms and racquetball courts. The Phase II Building on the north side of Alumni Arena has an Olympic-sized swimming pool and a separate diving well, a triple gymnasium and dance studio. Other areas are a wrestling practice room, two weight-training rooms (a state-of-the-art fitness center and a varsity weight room), additional racquetball and squash courts, an erg room, and an aerobics room.

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University at Buffalo Wrestling 2013-14 Preview

BULLS HOPE 2012-13 GROWING PAINS WILL LEAD TO EXPLOSIVE YEAR ON MAT FOR YOUTHFUL BULLS A young and talented UB wrestling team took its lumps last season after leaning heavily on a starting lineup that consisted of multiple wrestlers who were sophomores or younger. Now coming back to the team will be six starters from last year with a season of experience under their belt and a feeling that there’s something still to prove. Joining them will be one returning national qualifier - redshirt junior Max Soria. Soria accumulated 25 victories last season including one NCAA Tournament victory and this year he will look to help the team climb back into the national focus. The Bulls program will also welcome a completely new coaching staff for the 2013-14 season as former Bull standout John Stutzman takes over the reigns at Buffalo. After eight seasons developing Bloomsburg into a national power, Stutzman has been hired as the 15th coach in the 79-year-history of the program. Joining Stutzman at Buffalo are Bryce Hasseman, Quincy Osborn and former Bull great John-Martin Cannon. Stutzman guided the Huskies to a record of 97-56-1 in his eight seasons, putting him third all-time in career wins. The team finished with double-digit wins in six of his eight seasons as head coach. He has coached three NCAA Division I All-Americans, eight Eastern Wrestling League (EWL) champions, 76 EWL place winners and 33 NCAA Division I national qualifiers. Andrew Schutt returns to the Bulls for his senior season as the active winningest wrestler on the team with 48 career victories. Schutt entered last year with high expectations and the same will be placed on his plate this year following a junior season that saw him collect nine wins. Schutt’s 2012-13 campaign was highlighted by a second place finish at the New York State Intercollegiate Championships, finishing with three wins and one loss. Two other Buffalo wrestlers that will be relied on this season to perform at a high level are a pair of redshirt juniors in Wally Maziarz and Angelo Malvestuto. Maziarz has continued to improve each and every year on campus and the coaching staff believes he will have his best season yet as a junior, following a sophomore campaign that had him rank third on the team with 23 wins. Malvestuto seemed to settle down last year in his first season after transferring from Virginia Tech as he produced 12 big victories for the Bulls. The Bulls are ready to come out charging after a very disappointing season last year, and with coach John Stutzman saying that he sees improvement at all classes of the team, the Bulls hope a successful postseason is in the cards for their wrestling program.

125 Max and Mike Soria (Kings Park, NY/Kings Park) will be competing for the starting spot at 125, with Max likely to start after qualifying for the NCAA tournament last season and winning 25 matches (eight in dual meets). He will be backed up by his twin brother Mike and freshman Cory Hollister (Perry, Ny/ Perry), who joins the team after finishing his career at Perry High School with a 45-4 record as a senior.

133

The 133-pound division consists of three wrestlers, one of which returns and two are newcomers. The one experienced wrestler is Justin Farmer (New Lenox, IL/Lincoln-Way Catholic) who returns as the starter from 2012-13. Farmer won seven matches last season. Freshman Brandon Muntz (Falconer, NY/ Falconer) and transfer Jaydon Rice (Bethlehem, PA/ Hunter College) will give the 133-pound division great depth for the upcoming season.

141

Erik Galloway (State College, PA/ State College/ Pittsburgh) moved up in weight for this season after a successful season at the 133-pound class. Galloway picked up 16 wins on the season including four MAC wins. Senior transfer Nick Flannery (Framingham, MA/ Framingham) from Cleveland State will push Galloway for the starting spot this year following three seasons as a Viking that saw him win 45 matches. This will be one of the most interesting battles for a starting spot on the squad during the 2013-14 season.

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University at Buffalo Wrestling 2013-14 Preview

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Following the departure of perenial starter Blake Roulo, the Bulls will be left with two guys to fill the big shoes left behind. Freshman Ryan Todora (Breinigsville, PA/ Bethlehem Catholic) will be looking to earn the starting spot for coach Stutzman after a very successful high school career. Andrew Schutt (Greenwood Township, MI/ Yale) makes the move up in weight class after recording nine wins at the 141-pound class last season and will look to push Todora for the starting spot as he has the most experience on the squad with his 48 career victories.

157 John Northup (Rochester, NY/ Rush-Henrietta) also made the move up in weight this year and will look to push for a starting spot after winning six matches as a freshman. After sitting out last season due to injuries, Matt Dehney (Dracut, MA/ Dracut) returns at 100 percent with a chance to see time at 157. Freshman Jake Campana (Manahawkin, NJ/ Southern Regional) will add some nice depth after coming to Buffalo following a senior season at Southern Regional High School that saw him pick up 24 victories.

165 The 165-pound weight class will be looking to replace one of the greatest wrestlers in school history this year following the departure of Mark Lewandowski. Lewandowski closed out his prestigious Buffalo career with 111 wins including 41 dual meet victories earning three NCAA Tournament appearances. Although replacing one of the program great athletes will be a tough task, incumbent starter at the 157-pound weight class, Wally Maziarz (North Tonawanda, NY/North Tonawanda), will look to improve on his 23 victories a year ago. Rrok Ndokaj (Staten Island, NY/ Monsignor Farrell) will push Maziarz for the starting position, coming to UB following a freshman campaign at Bloomsburg College that saw him win 12 matches for coach Stutzman. Redshirt freshman Ryan Therrien (Boxford, MA/ Masconomet Regional) will give the Bulls some added depth at a rather deep position.

174

The Bulls will have to replace another NCAA qualifier at the 174-pound class as John-Martin Cannon and his 84 career victories graduated following last year. The only person in the weight class with any experience is Bloomsburg transfer redshirt freshman Tyler Rill (Hampstead, MD/ Bloomsburg), who wrestled under head coach John Stutzman last season as a part of the Huskies program. Rill posted 12 victories a season ago as a true freshman while earning two major decisions and two pins. Jarred Lux (Pittsburgh, PA/North Allegheny) will be asked to step in and make some contributions at 174 under new head coach John Stutzman. Lux picked up three victories as a freshman as he bounced around from 174 to 184. The expectations are high for Lux but he is no stranger to high level of wrestling following his third ranking in the state of Pennsylvania as a senior in high school and his first place at the prestigous Super 32 tournament.

184

Tony Lock (Chaffee, NY/ Pioneer) will get his chance to be the starter at the 184-pound weight class following a freshman campaign that saw him pick up eight wins. Freshman Joe Ariola (Oak Park, Ill./ Oak Park River Forest) will push Lock for the starting spot following a successful high school career. Austin Weigel (Woodstock, NY/ Onteora) will add depth to a very solid group as a freshman. Weigel finished out his very impressive career at Onteora High School with two Section 9 titles to go along with 123 career victories which ranks him second in school history.

197 The Bulls filled a critical position last season thanks to the transfer of Angelo Malvestuto (Niagara Falls, NY/ Virginia Tech) from Virginia Tech. Malvestuto will be looked at as a team leader this season and will be relied on for key victories throughout the season. After finding success in a tough Hokie weight room, Malvestuto moved closer to home and has the UB coaching staff thrilled about his potential.

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Newcomers Mike Silvis (Holley, NY/ Holley) and James Benjamin (Vestal, NY/ Vestal) will look to learn from the more experienced BUFFALOBULLS.COM


University at Buffalo Wrestling 2013-14 Preview

wrestlers and work towards a starting role later in their careers as they will back up Malvestuto.

Heavyweights The heavyweights class for the Bulls has the most questions marks heading into the 2013-14 season but the coaching staff is very confident in the addition of freshman Anthony Tufaro (Scotch Plains, NJ/Scotch Plains-Fanwood). The Bulls new coaching staff will be looking for Tufaro to keep improving and growing after a widely successful career at Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School in New Jersey.

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University at Buffalo Wrestling 2013-14 Preview: Schedule

SCHEDULE An expanded Mid-American Conference schedule and a rigorous non-conference dual slate, the 2013-14 UB wrestling schedule was announced Wednesday afternoon. With 13 duals and a pair of dual meet tournaments, with young Bulls will face five teams that finished 2012-13 in the NWCA Top 25. The season begins with a pair of tournaments, with the Oklahoma Gold in Brockport, NY on Nov. 9 and the New York State Collegiate Tournament two weeks later, on Nov. 23. To cap off the opening month, the team will head to Albany for the Northeast Duals on Nov. 30. The MAC season begins the following weekend, with grueling back-to-back matches at Kent State and at Central Michigan within a 24-hour span. The team will then head into the winter holiday break with a trip to the historic Carver-Hawkeye Arena, where UB will face the Iowa Hawkeyes. The Dec. 12 dual will begin at 7 pm. To end the month of December, select wrestlers will compete at the Lock Haven Invitational on Dec. 29. After competing together at the MAC tournament this past season, the Bulls will welcome the Northern Iowa Panthers to Alumni Arena as conference rivals for the first time ever on Jan. 4. It will be just the second meeting between the two programs, with the inaugural dual coming in the 2008-09 season. A week later, the team will compete in the Pitt Duals, a round-robin duals tournament hosted by the Pittsburgh Panthers. A cross-state rivalry will be renewed on Jan. 17, when Buffalo travels down to New York City to take on the Columbia Lions. Though the two teams have long competed in the NYS Tournament, this will be the first dual since the 2000-01 season. January will be capped by a pair of home conference duals, with new member Old Dominion at 7 pm on Jan. 25, and the Ohio Bobcats the following afternoon. Buffalo will then go back out on the road with a pair of teams that finished last season high up in the national rankings. First will be Edinboro on Feb. 1, and then a trip to Columbia, MO to take on Missouri in a MAC dual. The Tigers did not formally compete in the conference’s dual meet season last year, but did win the postseason tournament to snap Central Michigan’s long-standing reign. Following two more non-conference duals, the regular season will come to a close with a pair of conference matches. The team will travel to Ypsilanti for a dual against Eastern Michigan, then end the season at home Feb. 22 against Northern Illinois. This season, the postseason MAC tournament will be hosted by Kent State. The one-day event will be held March 9. Two weeks later, the NCAA tournament will take place in Oklahoma City. “Being the young team that we’re going to be, I wanted to develop a schedule that would challenge our guys but allow them to succeed,” head coach John Stutzman said. “There are no breaks in our schedule, and we need to be ready, but this will prepare us for the goals we want our guys to achieve.”

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University at Buffalo Wrestling Stutzman By The Numbers John STUTZMAN Head Coach First Season Buffalo ‘98 After a standout career on the mats in Alumni Arena, John Stutzman will begin a new era of Buffalo wrestling as its head coach. After eight seasons developing Bloomsburg into a national power, Stutzman has been hired as the 15th coach in the 79-year-history of the program, University at Buffalo Director of Athletics Danny White announced on Tuesday. Stutzman guided the Huskies to a record of 97-56-1 in his eight seasons, putting him third all-time in career wins. The team finished with doubledigit wins in six of his eight seasons as head coach. He has coached three NCAA Division I All-Americans, eight Eastern Wrestling League (EWL) champions, 76 EWL place winners and 33 NCAA Division I national qualifiers. Personally, Stutzman has earned the EWL Coach of the Year honors in 2007, 2010, and 2013, as well as producing the 2007 EWL and PSAC Freshman of the Year; the 2009 EWL Championship’s Outstanding Wrestler and the 2011 PSAC Freshman of the Year. “We are excited to welcome John back to Buffalo. His impressive career on the mat has been matched by his long history of excellence as a coach,” White said. “Given the amount of success that Coach Stutzman has experienced at Bloomsburg, I’m confident with the resources and enhanced facilities we have available, he can build UB into one of the premier wrestling programs in the nation.” A 1998 graduate of UB, Stutzman was 95-27 in a three-year career for the Bulls and left as the school’s all-time leader in career wins. His best year for the Bulls was the 1996-97 season when he posted a mark of 35-4, the fourth best single-season winning percentage in program history. Statistically, he is tied with recent graduate John-Martin Cannon for fourth in career takedowns, with 135. He also was a three-time East Coast Wrestling Association place winner. In 2012-13, Stutzman’s Huskies posted a record of 17-3 claiming the first outright EWL Dual Meet Championships in program history while beating three nationally ranked teams in Maryland, Pittsburgh and Edinboro. The 17 wins are tied for the most in the program’s history. As a team, the Huskies finished ranked 15th in the country by the NWCA. At the EWL Championships, Sutzman led the Huskies to a third place finish overall, with two EWL Champions, while qualifying six wrestlers for the NCAA Championships. In the 2008-09 season Bloomsburg was third at the EWL championships and had the tournament’s Outstanding Wrestler in Matt Moley. At the NCAA Championships, Moley earned All-American honors for the second straight year, the first time since the 1988-89 season that a BU wrestler was All-American in consecutive seasons.

NCAA MAC YEAR W L T PCT. QUALS W L TOUR. 2005-06 11 9 0 .550 AT BLOOMSBURG 2006-07 12 9 0 .571 AT BLOOMSBURG 2007-08 8 7 1 .531 AT BLOOMSBURG 2008-09 9 7 0 .563 AT BLOOMSBURG 2009-10 10 8 0 .556 AT BLOOMSBURG 2010-11 14 6 0 .700 AT BLOOMSBURG 2011-12 16 7 0 .696 AT BLOOMSBURG 2012-13 17 3 0 .850 AT BLOOMSBURG TOTAL 97 56 1 .633 33 - - CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • Won 97 duals in eight seasons as the head coach at Bloomsburg (2005-2013). • Led the Huskies to the first-ever outright EWL Dual Meet Championship in 2012-13, winning 17 duals for a top 15 ranking in the NWCA Top 25. • Has coached three All Americans, eight EWL champions, and 33 national qualifiers. • Three-time EWL Coach of the Year: 2007, 2010, and 2013. • He wrestled for three years at Buffalo, leaving the school with the all-time wins record (95-27 overall). • His best year for the Bulls was the 1996-97 season when he posted a mark of 35-4, the fourth best single-season winning percentage in program history. • Member of the USA Wrestling staff since 2009, coaching the World University team in Warsaw, Poland. He has coached Six World Team Trials participants, three Olympic Team Trials participants, and one USA National Team Member.

Prior to becoming Bloomsburg University’s head wrestling coach, he was an assistant coach for seven years at the Division I level. During those seven seasons, he worked at UB, and at MAC-rival Northern Illinois University before joining Bloomsburg as an assistant. In addition to his college coaching duties, Stutzman has coached with the New York Athletic Club at the 2004, 2008 and 2012 USA Olympic Freestyle Trials, as well as the 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011 Senior World Team Trials where he has coached Six World Team Trials participants, three Olympic Team Trials participants, and one USA National Team Member. He was also an assistant wrestling coach for the 2009 NWCA All-American tour in Seoul, South Korea. Stutzman is also a member of the USA Wrestling coaching staff since 2009. He has served as the head coach of the University World Team in Warsaw, Poland; the Ziolkowski International in Spala, Poland; the Stephen Sargsyan International in Armenia; the 2011 Fila Junior World Championships; the Dimtry Korkin International in Yakutsk, Russia and the Ramzan Kadirov Cup in Chechnya, Russia. He also served as an assistant wrestling coach for Team USA for the University Team Championships in Poland in 2009. Stutzman, a native of New Castle, DE. He and his wife, Annette, have two daughters, Alexa Bryanna and Torin Valera.

During the 2006-07 season Stutzman earned EWL Coach of the Year honors, after helping Moley earn the EWL and PSAC Rookie of the Year Award and heavyweight Mike Spaid becoming the school’s first AllAmerican since the 1993 season.

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University at Buffalo Wrestling Coaching Staff

Bryce

Quincy

Assistant Coach First Season Bloomsburg ‘05

Assistant Coach First Season Augsburg ‘07

Osborn

Hasseman

Bryce Hasseman is entering his first season as an assistant coach at Buffalo. He comes from the historically strong Mishawka High School wrestling program in Indiana, where he coached the team for the 2012-13 season. He made the transition to high school wrestling after enjoying success as an assistant coach on the collegiate level. Hasseman served as an assistant at Oklahoma State University from 2010-12, where he worked under legendary wrestler and coach John Smith. He also worked with Terry Brands at the Hawkeye Wrestling Club prior to that. In his career on the mat, Hasseman has competed all over the world. His international tournament victories include the 2009 Dan Kolov International and Dave Schultz Memorial International championships, the 2008 Guelph Open championship, the 2006 Canada Cup and Northern Plains Regional championship, and the 2004 Northeast Regional championship. He trained from 2004-11 at the University of Iowa and the United States Olympic Training Center, he earned a spot on Team USA for 2009-10 and was ranked as high as number two in his weight class. He tried out for the 2012 London Olympics, but suffered a knee injury that kept him from a fair shot to make the team. In national events, his highlights included second-place finishes at the 2009 U.S. World Team Trials and 2004 University Nationals, third in the 2008 and 2009 U.S. Nationals, and third at the 2005 University Nationals.

Quincy Osborn is in his first season as recruiting coordinator and assistant coach at Buffalo. He recently finished his fourth year as an assistant with MAC rival Ohio in 2013. Over that time with the Bobcats, he helped to recruit two top 25 ranked recruiting classes and coached up Germane Lindsey to All American status in the 2010 season. His first coaching job came at Augsburg College, where he worked for two years after wrestling at the school for two seasons. After originally started his collegiate wrestling career at Minnesota before going to Augsburg, Osborn qualified twice for the NCAA Division I tournament while with the Gophers. Wrestling for Augsburg in 2007, he was the Division III National Champion at 141 pounds, also leading the Auggies to the national team title. In that season, he had the most team points, takedowns, and falls. Quincy earned a degree in history from Augsburg in 2009, and received his Master’s degree in Coaching Education from Ohio in 2011. He and his wife Hannah are the proud owners of two cats and a dog.

John-Martin

Cannon

After coming out of Franklin High School in Indiana in 2000 as a high school state champion, he started his career at Northern Illinois while Stutzman was an assistant with the Huskies. He would finish his career in 2005 under Stutzman, who was then the first-year head coach at Bloomsburg. In that season, he was a 2005 EWL champion and an NCAA qualifier after going 38-6. Hasseman is married to the former Angie McGinnis, after the two met in 2008 at the Olympic Training Center. Angie was there as an alternate for the U.S. volleyball team.

Volunteer Assistant Coach First Season Buffalo ‘13 John-Martin Cannon begins his first season as a Volunteer assistant coach for the University at Buffalo Wrestling team. Cannon is a 2013 gradute of UB and was a three-time NCAA Tournament qualifier. Cannon finished his illustrious UB career with 84 career victories including 33 dual meet wins. Enjoyed the best season of his Bulls career as a junior, finishing with a career-high 27 victories and qualifying for the NCAA Tournament. Cannon was also named to the NWCA All-Academic Division I Team and Academic All-MAC team three straight seasons.

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University at Buffalo Wrestling 2013-14 Roster

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR OVR DUAL MAC FALLS T E 13-14 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 CAREER 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0

Joe

Ariola

184

Freshman Oak Park, IL • Oak Park River

High School: Won the State Championship as a senior with a overall record of 47-1. Was a National Champion dual team participant for freestyle and greco. Garnered All-Conference accolades on two ocassions. Two-time greco state champion and one-time folkstyle state champion. Personal: Born June 9, 1995. Son of Jim and Nancy Ariola. Has two sisters, Alyssa and Sophia and one brother, Dominic. Lists his favorite movies as Step Brothers and Gladiator. His two favorite athletes are Adrian Peterson and Walter Payton. Enjoys listening to rap and country music. Undecided major at UB.

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James

Benjamin

197

Freshman Vestal, NY • Vestal

High School: Earned six letters and captained two seasons for coach James Cannon at Brockport High School... went 53-1 as a senior for the Blue Devils and set the school record for most career wins (191), most wins in a season (53) and most takedowns in a season (239)... finished third in the 2007 and 2008 NYS Championships and fifth in 2006... also played wide receiver for the Blue Devils’ football team. Personal: Born August 9, 1990... son of James and Joanne Cannon... has two brothers, Jordan and Jamaal and a sister, Janelle... enjoys hanging out with friends, cooking and listening to music... favorite food is anything Italian... favorite movie is The Pursuit of Happyness... favorite TV channel is the Food Network... favorite quote is “We are what we repeatedly do, excellence then is not an act but a habit” by Aristotle... nickname is JMC... admires his greatest athletic influence and non-sports hero, his father... majoring in elementary education.

Jake

Campana

157

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Freshman Manahawkin, NJ • Southern Regional

High School: Recorded 24 wins as a senior and was district runner-up. Earned district championship as a junior and was a three time medalist. Four year starter and team captain senior year at Southern Regional. Personal: Born February 23, 1995. Son of Shane and Megan Campana. Has four brothers, Brandon, Nick, Kieran and Collin and two sisters, Isabella and Kayleigh. Enjoys listening to rap music. Lists his favorite food as crab and his favorite movie as Pulp Fiction. Majoring in mechanical engineering.

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Dehney

157

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR OVR DUAL MAC FALLS T E 10-11 17-16 Redshirt Year - Does Not Count on Career Record 11-12 4-7 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 12-13 - - - - - 13-14 - - - - - CAREER 4-7 0-1 0-0 0 0 1

R-Junior Dracut, MA • Dracut

Previous School: Spent three seasons at Cleveland State... won 13 matches with four pins and a major decision as a junior... tied a school record with six dual meet pins and won 20 bouts, with 10 coming in dual meets as the team’s starter at 133 as a sophomore... tied for third on the team with 12 wins with two pins and a team-best five major decisions while wrestling at 133 pounds as a true freshman. High School: Inducted into the Massachusetts Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2010… finished high school career with a 153-23 record, including going 45-2 as a senior… three-time all-state champ… finished fourth at nationals as a senior… member of a squad that won the state championships in 2009. Personal: Born in Buffalo, New York…son of Ernie and Kelly Flannery…has two brothers and one sister… majored in criminology at Cleveland State.

Justin

Farmer

133

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR OVR DUAL MAC FALLS T E 09-10 16-15 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 10-11 21-14 R edshirt Year - Does Not Count on Career Record 11-12 16-23 5-13 1-3 0 9 19 12-13 7-20 0-6 0-3 0 3 5 13-14 - - - - - CAREER 39-58 5-19 1-6 0 12 24

R-Senior New Lenox, IL • Lincoln-Way Central

2012-13: Earned the starting role at 133 and finished the season 7-20, 0-6 in dual meets...finished the season with five escapes and three takedowns...Picked up two victories at the Lock Haven Invite (12/29), downing Tyler Ziegler of Gardner-Webb and Sean Walton of Buffalo...beat Tom Davidson of Jamestown CC 21-8 at the NYS Intercollegiate Championships (11/17)...posted a 3-1 victory over Mitch Hrnyak of Central Michigan at the Nittany Lion Open (12/2). 2011-12: Earned the starting role at 133 and finished the season 16-21, 5-13 in dual meets... finished fourth on the team with 19 escapes and second with four reversals in dual meets... placed third at the UB Open, posting a 5-1 record (11/6)... beat Evan Kolb of Lock Haven 7-6 at the Wrestle for a Cure Duals (11/12)... finished fourth at the Storm Open, winning three matches (1/7)... went 2-0 on the first day of the Virginia Duals, beating Bucknell’s Shawn Armato 3-2 and Kent State’s Troy Opfer 3-0 (1/13)... placed fifth at the New York State Championships (1/22)... beat Rob Jilliard 7-1 in Buffalo’s win over Northern Illinois (2/18). 2010-11: Redshirted but had a terrific year, posting a 21-14 record… finished sixth at the UB Open after going 4-2 (11/7)… went 4-2 at the William & Jefferson Open… won the 133-pound ‘B’ bracket of the New York State Championship, going 4-0… finished fourth at the JCC Open (1/29)... participated in the National Collegiate Open. 2009-10: Finished fourth at the UB Open for the 125 weight class... lost to teammate Dan Bishop at 125 to finish second at the Niagara County Community College duals… finished fourth in the “B” bracket of the New York State Championships… won 16 matches overall. High School: Four-year letterwinner and two-time captain for coach Mark Ruettiger at Lincoln-Way Central High School... posted a career record of 148-17... as a senior, posted an overall record of 24-2 at 130 pounds...three-time conference champion... two-time regional champion... third-place finish at Illinois State Championships in 2007 and 2009... second-place finish at 2008 Illinois State Championship... finished in eighth-place at NHSCA Senior Nationals earning All-American honors. Personal: Born April 11, 1991... son of Kenneth and Karen Farmer... has a brother, Kenny and a sister, Kalia... favorite athlete and greatest athletic influence is three-time All-American wrestler Mike Poeta... favorite quote is “What doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger”... dream is to be a NCAA national champion... chose to attend UB because of the campus environment and wrestling program... favorite thing about UB and Buffalo is the nice people... majoring in mathematics.

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Flannery

141

Senior Framingham, MA • Framingham

Previous School: Spent three seasons at Cleveland State... won 13 matches with four pins and a major decision as a junior... tied a school record with six dual meet pins and won 20 bouts, with 10 coming in dual meets as the team’s starter at 133 as a sophomore... tied for third on the team with 12 wins with two pins and a team-best five major decisions while wrestling at 133 pounds as a true freshman. High School: Inducted into the Massachusetts Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2010… finished high school career with a 153-23 record, including going 45-2 as a senior… three-time all-state champ… finished fourth at nationals as a senior… member of a squad that won the state championships in 2009. Personal: Born in Buffalo, New York…son of Ernie and Kelly Flannery…has two brothers and one sister… majored in criminology at Cleveland State.

Erik

Galloway

141

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR OVR DUAL MAC FALLS T E 10-11 R edshirt Year - Does Not Count on Career Record 11-12 13-6 0-1 With the Pittsburgh Panthers 12-13 16-11 5-5 4-1 0 7 13

R-Junior State College, PA • State College (Pittsburgh)

2012-13: Posted a 16-11 overall record and a 5-6 record in dual matches in his first season at UB...ranked fourth on the team with 14 escapes...racked up six takedowns which ranked him fifth on the team...finished off MAC play with a record of 4-1...won seven of his first eight matches on the season and closed the year with four straight wins...went 5-1 at the UB open (11/4) taking home a third place finish...defeated Jimmy Kyreakedes of SUNY Brockport 15-0 at the Oklahoma Gold Classic (11/10). Previous School: Posted a record of 10-9 in 2010-11, his first season with the Pittsburgh Panthers... wrestled in numerous open tournaments, including a fourth-place showing in the East Stroudsburg Open... went 3-2 at the National Collegiate Open, 2-2 at the Cleveland State Open and won one match at the Clarion Open... finished 13-6 in 2011-12, with three wins by fall and three tech falls... recorded the third-fastest pin on the team, with a fall in the time of 1:22... won the East Stroudsburg Open with four wins... finished second at the Mat Town Open... placed sixth at the prestigious Mat Town Invitational... earned the start at 133 in the Panthers’ dual against Princeton. High School: Compiled a 123-42 career record at State College High School, tying him for fourth place on the school’s all-time wins list... As a senior, finished with a 32-8 record... Placed eighth in NHSCA during both his junior and senior years, earning him All-American honors... Placed sixth in PIAA state championships as a sophomore and eighth as a senior. Personal: Born May 11, 1992... son of Jack and Tracey Galloway... has two brothers, Nathan and Seth, and two sisters, Elisa and Lindsay... Computer Sciences major... enjoys motocross... favorite music artist is Tupac Shakur... was also recruited by Penn State, Edinboro, Rider, and Lock Haven before choosing Pittsburgh coming out of high school... his older brother Nathan was a four-year starter for Penn State and was the top recruit in the country, also being named the NHSCA Senior National Wrestler of the Year in 2002... dream vacation destination is the Bahamas.

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Cory

Hollister

125

Freshman Perry, NY • Perry

High School: Four year member and three year team captain at Perry high school. Finished his senior season with a overall record of 45-4. First wrestler from Perry to earn multiple trips to the NYS tournament. Sectional class champion on two occasions and section V champion as a senior. Four-time LCAA League All-Star. Named to the All-Greater Rochester team as a senior. Personal: Born March 2, 1995. Son of Frank and Roxanne Hollister. Has two brothers, Christian and Andrew. Enjoys listening to rock, metal and pop and his two favorite groups are Falling in Reverse and Rise Against. Lists his favorite movies as Now You See Me and The Heat. His favorite athletes are Kyle Dake and Jordan Burroughs. Majoring in biology.

Tony

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Lock

184

Sophomore Chaffee, NY • Pioneer

2012-13: Finished off his freshman season with a 8-12 overall record and a 2-3 record in dual matches...he recorded seven escapes and three takedowns on the season...went 4-2 at thew NYS Intercollegiate Championships (11/17) taking home a fifth place finish...finished in fifth place at the Oklahoma Gold Classic (11/10) after defeating Nathan Dow of Army, 10-2 and Greg Wilson of Oklahoma 8-6. High School: Won the 182-pound title at the 2012 National High School Coaches Association Senior Tournament, beating Nolan Boyd of Oklahoma 5-4 in overtime... won the Division II NYSPHSAA Wrestling Championship as a senior after finishing second as a junior... he did not allowing a single point to his opponent through his four matches in the 182 pound bracket at the state tournament and finished his season with a flawless 51-0 record... the title caps off a two-year run that earned him a record of 99-2, with one of those losses coming in the state final his junior year... earned five letters and captained for two seasons under coach Chris Edwards at Pioneer High School... set school records for season and career wins... threetime sectional champion... also played football for the Panthers... wrestled for the Bear’s Den Wrestling Club for his high school coach for five years. Personal: Born May 6, 1993... son of Mathias Lock and Carey Reukauf... has one brother, Zack Lock, and two sisters, Ashley Lock and Trisha Phinney... majoring in exercise science, with the goal of becoming a physical therapist... enjoys fishing, hiking, and kayaking... favorite athlete is Eli Manning... dream vacation destination is Spain... favorite TV show is The Walking Dead.

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Jarred

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Lux

184

Sophomore Pittsburgh, PA • North Allegheny

2012-13: Finished off his first season at UB with a record of 3-7 including a dual match record of 1-4...he recorded eight escapes and two takedowns as a freshman...he picked up two victories at the Mercyhurst Open (11/17) as he defeated Austin Roland of Mercyhurst and Jared Merritt of Lake Erie College...downed Frank Crocco of Rider by the score of 6-1 at the Virginia Duals (1/11). High School: Wrestled for four letters and was captain for two seasons for head coach Jamie Kyriazis... Helped North Allegheny finish the 2011-12 season with a 20-6 record, while posting a personal record of 34-1 overall... was ranked third in the state of Pennsylvania... was a place winner at the prestigious Super 32 tournament... also played football at North Allegheny... wrestled for the Quest wrestling team under head coach Jim Akerly. Personal: Born October 26, 1993... son of Regis and Kristen... will major in business... is the nephew of UB wrestling volunteer coach Jeff Catrabone... favorite athlete is Michael Jordan.

Angelo

Malvestuto

197

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR OVR DUAL MAC FALLS T E 10-11 R edshirt Year - Does Not Count on Career Record 11-12 21-13 1-1 with the Virginia Tech Hokies 12-13 14-12 2-3 2-0 0 5 9 CAREER 14-12 2-3 2-0 0 5 9

R-Junioir Niagara Falls, NY • Niagara-Wheatfield (Virginia Tech)

2012-13: Finished off his first season at UB with a record of 14-12 with a dual record of 2-3 and a MAC record of 2-0...finished off the season with nine escapes and five takedowns...finished in third place at the Oklahoma Gold Classic (11/10) after going 3-1...recorded a fifth place finish at the NYS Intercollegiate Championships (11/17) as he went 4-2 in his matches...opened the season with a fifth place finish at the UB Open (11/4) after going 3-2. Previous School: 2011-12: Went 21-13 on the year at Virginia Tech… Picked up five major decision, two technical falls and six pins … Competed at the Wolfpack Open … Went 7-1 at the Harris Open, hosted by Ashland University, to place third … Placed sixth at the Nittany Lion Open after going 5-2 … Participated in the Southern Scuffle … Went 6-1 to take third place at the Shorty Hitchcock Memorial … Went 0-2 at the ACC Championships... 2010-11: Took a redshirt year. High School: Lettered six times for Coach Rick Sweeny at Niagara Wheatfield High School … A New York state champion as a senior after taking second place twice and fourth place once … Went 48-0 as a senior with a school-record 38 pins … Owns the Wheatfield record with 225 career victories … Took second at the 2009 NHSCA Junior Nationals … A three-time high school All-American … Ranked the No. 20 189-pounder in the country after his senior year by InterMat. Personal: Born November 24, 1991… son of Robert and Karen… Has two brothers, Robert and Joey, and a sister, Maria.

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Maziarz

165

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR OVR DUAL MAC FALLS T E 10-11 15-11 R edshirt Year - Does Not Count on Career Record 11-12 13-17 6-5 2-2 2 8 9 12-13 23-18 3-8 1-4 0 8 19 CAREER 36-35 9-13 3-6 2 16 28

R-Junior North Tonawanda, NY • North Tonawanda

2012-13: Finished the season with a record of 23-18, ranking third on the team in total wins...recorded a 3-8 record in dual meets and a 1-4 record in MAC action...led the team with 19 escapes on the season...recorded eight takedowns...took home a second place finish at the Lock Haven Invite (12/29) after going 3-1 on the afternoon...finished in third place at the NYS Intercollegiate Championships after going 6-1 including six straight wins...won five of six matches at the Oklahoma Gold Classic (11/17) as he took a third place finish. 2011-12: Handed the starting job at 157 pounds mid-way through the season and performed well, winning 13 matches (six in dual meets)... pinned Edinboro’s Casey Fuller in the second period of the team’s dual meet (1/7)... won two matches at the Virginia Duals, beating Bucknell’s Ray Schlitt 13-2 and Kent State’s Mallie Shuster 9-7 (1/13)... finished sixth at the NYS Collegiate Tournament (1/22)... pinned Northern Illinois’ Tyler Loethen in the team’s dual win over the Huskies (2/18). 2010-11: Redshirted but turned in a solid freshman season, finishing 15-11 in open action… competed in the UB Open, William & Jefferson Open, Bill Harris Open, Penn State Open, New York State Championships, JCC Open and National Collegiate Open… went 4-0 to win his bracket at the NCCC Open (12/4)... earned All-American status at the 2011 University Greco-Roman Nationals. High School: Despite an injury-plagued senior year, Maziarz came in first at the state freestyle tournament and third in the greco tournament... Despite only being able to compete in 18 matches in his senior season, Maziarz leaves North Tonawanda High School as the career wins leader with 149 total victories... two-time team captain... also boxed and played football for the Lumberjacks... a NY National Team member. Personal: Born February 27, 1992... son of David Maziarz and Sandra Leverenz and has two brothers - Dave and Jake - and one sister, Mary... favorite athletes are Muhammed Ali and wrestler Henry Cejudo... favorite quote is “what you have, give, because what you save you lose forever”... enjoys listening to country music... plans to study exercise science at UB.

Branden

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Muntz

133

Freshman Falconer, NY • Falconer

High School: Was team captain as a senior and led Falconer High School to an overall record of 17-1...Finished his senior season with a overall record of 45-5...Took 6th place at the NYSPHSAA wrestling tournament...Set the school record for wins in a season with 45 as a senior...Was a two-time Post Journal All-Star...Named Most Oustanding Wrestler at the Section 6 wrestling tournament as a senior. Personal: Born October 19, 1995...son of Jaon and Jill Muntz...has one brother, Dylan...his favorite food is chicken wings...lists his favorite musical groups as the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Cage the Elephant. His favorite movie of all-time is Vision Quest...His major is undeclared.

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Rrok

Ndokaj

165

R-Freshman Staten Island, NY • Monsignor Farrell

Previous School: Won 12 matches as a redshirt, with four pins, a tech fall and a major decision. High School: Had a career record of 106-40... All-State and All-American... Varsity Coaches Award winner as a senior. CAREER STATISTICS YEAR OVR DUAL MAC FALLS T E 12-13 6-7 R edshirt Year - Does Not Count on Career Record CAREER 0-0 - - - - -

John

Northrup

157

R-Freshman Rochester, NY • Rush-Henrietta

2012-13: Finished his first season with a overall record of 6-7...took home a fourth place finish at the UB Open (11/4) after winning three matches and losing two...won two matches at the Storm Open, defeating teammate Tyler Newton 8-3 and Arien Mase of Gannon 4-0...defeated Rob Coukos of Northwestern by the score of 11-5 at the Cleveland State Open (12/15). High School: Was captain for three years at Rush-Henrietta under head coach Mickey Marlowe... won 151 career matches, including a 41-4 record as a senior to lead the Lions to a 16-3 team record... All-Greater Rochester team 2012... NYS Section V Class AA champion as a senior... Spencerport Tournament Champion... made the all-county team five times, was a five-time Section V state qualifier placewinner... earned the NewYork State Section V Large School Sportsmanship Award... also played football, helping the team to back-to-back section titles, and a Class AA state championship as a junior. Personal: Born December 9, 1993... son of Tom and Chris Northrup... has one brother, Matt... will major in business administration... also enjoys playing golf... favorite movie is Cinderella Man... favorite athlete is wrestler and recent Olympic gold medalist Jordan Burroughs... did volunteer work at Strong Memorial Hospital’s “Helping Hands” program for three years... dream vacation destination is Hawaii.

Jaydon

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Rice

133

Sophomore Bethlehem, PA • Bethlehem Catholic

Previous School: Wrestled at Hunter College for head coach Michael Simmon-Pappadakos...Was named Most Valuable Player in his first season... Finished the season with an overall record of 27-5...Ranked fifth by d3wrestle.com. High School: Was a four-year letterwinner and one year captain at Bethlehem Catholic...Finished his senior season with a record of 37-13 and led his team to a record of 14-2 while winning the AA State Championship...Was named to the District 11 All-Star team as a senior...Finished in sixth place at the State Tournament as a senior.

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Personal: Born December 25, 1992...Son of Pete Suida and Kimlie Crouse...Has four siblings, Jody, Jase, Anthony and Dominic...His favorite food is pizza...Lists his favorite TV show as Breaking Bad...His favorite movie is the Fast and the Furious...Business Administration major at UB.

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Rill

174

R-Freshman Hampstead, MD • Mount Saint Joseph (Bloomsburg)

Previous School: Posted a 12-10 record with two pins and two major decisions as a redshirt wrestler at Bloomsburg. High School: Named to the MSWA All-Junior team and All-Conference... 2011 Maryland state champion... third place finish at the national prep championships... posted a career record of 117-34. Personal: Son of Brad and Tracey Rill. YEAR

Andrew

Schutt

149

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15-20 6-10 1-4 3 12 13

10-11 24-13 7-3 1-0 1 10 13 11-12 6-4 R edshirt Year - Does Not Count on Career Record 12-13 9-13 1-6 0-1 0 2 9

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4 24 35

R-Senior Greenwood Township, MI • Yale

2012-13: He finished the season with a record of 9-13 and a 1-6 record in dual matches...finished the season with nine escapes and two takedowns... took home a second place finish at the NYS Intercollegiate Championships (11/17) as he won three of four matches...defeated Eliah Golding of SUNY Brockport by the score of 3-1 and Connor Hanafee of Army by the score of 8-5 as he finished with a second place finish at the Oklahoma Gold Classic (11/10)...also picked up a sixth place finish as he defeated Randall Languis of Ohio State by the score of 6-3. 2011-12: Redshirted, but finished the season 6-4 in open tournaments... finished sixth at the UB Open (11/6)... competed at the Midlands Championship... finished 2nd at the Purple Raider Open, winning three matches along the way (1/15). 2010-11: Made his first appearance in the NCAA tournament after winning the 141-pound bracket at the Mid American Conference championship… finished the season with a career-bests in overall (24) and dual meet (7) wins despite missing over a month of action due to injury… led the team in two-point near falls and was second on the team in three-point near falls… asserted himself on top, pinning his opponents eight times… went 4-0 at the UB Open, good for first place… finished fifth at the Oklahoma Gold Classic (11/13) and third at the Body Bar Invite (11/20)… won a major decision over Josh Yurasits of Drexel, 13-2, at the Bloomsburg Duals (12/12)… shutout Brian Guilfoyle of Binghamton 8-0 for another major decision (1/2)… pinned Gus Sako of Virginia to lead Buffalo to an upset at the Virginia Duals (1/7)… started 3-0 at the New York State Championships before finishing sixth due to injury (1/22)… came back from injury in the regular season finale, beating #30 Tristan DeShazer of Northern Illinois (2/20).... lost to eventual national runner-up Boris Novachkov of Cal Poly at the NCAA Championships (3/17). 2009-10: Handled the main starter role for the Bulls in his first season with the team... finished fourth at the UB Open... went 4-2 in the “A” bracket of the New York State Championships... won 15 matches in his first season. High School: Four-year letterwinner and two-time captain for coaches Jim Peltier and Rob Majcher at Yale High School... posted a career record of 221-18... as a senior, posted an overall record of 54-2 at 135 pounds... set the Bulldogs’ record for most career wins, most takedowns in a season and most career pins... three-time conference champion... four-time Michigan State Championships top-three finisher... third-place finish in 2006, 2007 and 2009... first-place finish in 2008... 2009 Yale High School Outstanding Athlete of the Year... finished 14-0 overall and named Outstanding Wrestler at 2009 AAU Junior Olympic Games... two-time All-American (silver and bronze) at Disney Duals... five-time AAU Junior Olympics All-American (two gold, a silver and two bronze)... earned All-American honors with a seventh-place finish at NHSCA Senior Nationals... also played football and golf and participated in track and field.

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Personal: Born October 19, 1990... son of Lemual and Melissa Schutt... has a sister, Kristina... enjoys watching movies and hanging out with friends... also enjoys all sports... favorite food is tacos... dream is to become an All-American... majoring in pharmacology.

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Mike

Silvis

197

Freshman Holley, NY • Holley

High School: He was the NHSCA Senior High School National champion at 106 pounds and Fargo Freestyle Junior National runner-up... posted 39 wins as a senior and was a two-time third place finisher at the New York State Large School Tournament... a three-time all league, two-time all section and two-time all state member... was a member of the NY National Team and was ranked in the top 10 in the country for his class by Wrestling USA magazine, WIN magazine, Intermatwrestle.com and theopenmat.com. Personal: Born September 13, 1991... son of Robert and Karen Soria and has one brother, his teammate Mike... enjoys freerunning and BMX biking... also enjoys playing football and baseball... also was recruited by Iowa, Ohio State and Edinboro... volunteers at his church’s day camp... believes that “it’s not the size of the dog in the fight, but it’s the size of the fight in the dog”... will study engineering at Buffalo.

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR OVR DUAL MAC FALLS T E 10-11 12-16 R edshirt Year - Does Not Count on Career Record 11-12 21-19 9-5 1-3 2 21 21 12-13 25-15 8-3 4-1 0 21 14 CAREER 46-34 17-8 5-4 2 42 35

Max

Soria

125

R-Junior Kings Park, NY • Kings Park

2012-13: Earned a 5-1 victory over Ryan Jauch of Northern Iowa at the MAC Championships to earn his second straight trip to the NCAA tournament... led the team in takedowns (20)...finished second on the team in total wins (25), dual meet wins (8) and 2-point near falls (3)...opened the season with three straight victories at the UP Open (11/4) to earn the first place finish...took home the fourth place finish at the Oklahoma Gold Classic (11/10) after winning two matches...he earned a fifth place finish at the NYS Intercollegiatre Championships (11/17) after compiling four wins. 2011-12: Earned a 19-8 major decision over #20 Nick Smith of Northern Illinois to finish as the true fourth at the Mid-American Conference Championships, earning a bid to the NCAA tournament in his first season as the team’s starter... finished fourth on the team in takedowns (21) and third in escapes (21)... finished sixth at the UB Open, winning three matches (11/6)... swept all four of his matches at the Wrestle For A Cure Duals outscoring his opponents 36-15 - and had a second-period pin of Utah Valley’s Eric Dunnet (11/12)... beat Michigan’s Grant Pizzo 8-3 in a home dual meet (11/18)... finished fourth at the Body Bar Invite (11/19). 2010-11: Redshirted but won 12 matches in open tournaments… competed at the UB Open, William & Jefferson Invite, Bill Harris Open, Penn State Open, Cleveland State Open, New York Championships and National Collegiate Open… placed fourth at the NCCC Open (12/4)... finished second at the Edinboro Open including a win over Kyle Fluke, who was once ranked tenth in the nation (2/12). High School: He was the NHSCA Senior High School National champion at 106 pounds and Fargo Freestyle Junior National runner-up... posted 39 wins as a senior and was a two-time third place finisher at the New York State Large School Tournament... a three-time all league, two-time all section and two-time all state member... was a member of the NY National Team and was ranked in the top 10 in the country for his class by Wrestling USA magazine, WIN magazine, Intermatwrestle.com and theopenmat.com. Personal: Born September 13, 1991... son of Robert and Karen Soria and has one brother, his teammate Mike... enjoys freerunning and BMX biking... also enjoys playing football and baseball... also was recruited by Iowa, Ohio State and Edinboro... volunteers at his church’s day camp... believes that “it’s not the size of the dog in the fight, but it’s the size of the fight in the dog”... will study engineering at Buffalo.

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Mike

Soria

125

R-Junior Kings Park, NY • Kings Park

2012-13: Finished the year with a record of 13-11 including a 1-0 record in dual matches...took home a fourth place finish at the UB Open (11/4) after winning three matches...finished in second place at thew NYS Intercollegiate “B” Championships (11/17) as he won three matches...placed fourth at the Cleveland State Open (12/15) as he defeated wrestlers from Notre Dame College, Gardner-Webb and Michigan State. 2011-12: Finished the season 4-3... competed at the UB Open, Oklahoma Gold Classic and CSU Open... placed second at the Jayhawk Open. 2010-11: Redshirted but was one of the team’s top freshman performers, winning 15 matches… competed at the UB Open, Penn State Open, Cleveland State Open, New York State Championship and National Collegiate Open… placed fourth at the William & Jefferson Invite (11/13)… placed sixth at the Bill Harris Open (11/20)… lost in the finals of the NCCC Open, finishing second (12/4)… came in second at the JCC Open (1/29). High School: Lost only one match his senior year and defeated a Triple Crown winner at the North East regional... 1st state champion ever in Kings Park HS history, also the first all american in school history... finished fourth at the NHSCA Senior Nationals and joined his brother on the NY National Team... was ranked in the top 10 in the country for his class by Wrestling USA magazine, WIN magazine. Personal: Born September 13, 1991... son of Robert and Karen Soria and has one brother, his teammate Max... enjoys rap music, with his favorite artist being Eminem... also recruited by Edinboro, Iowa and Ohio State... the toughest opponent he ever faced was Indiana state champion (Zach Stevens), losing to him earlier before beating him by 2 points in a match... also enjoys playing baseball, football and basketball... volunteered at his church’s children’s camp... will study engineering at Buffalo. CAREER STATISTICS YEAR OVR DUAL MAC FALLS T E 12-13 2-8 - - - - CAREER 2-8 - - - - -

Ryan

Therrien

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R-Freshman Boxford, MA • Masconomet Regional

2012-13: Finished off his first season with the Bulls with a 2-8 record...picked up his first career victory against Nathan Hartless from Edinboro by the score of 5-4 at the Cleveland State Open (12/15)...won his second match of the year at the Stom Open (1/5) against Mitchell Porter of Lake Erie College by the score of 13-7. High School: Was captain for two seasons under head coaches Nick Eddy and Brian Mintz... won a state championship as a senior, becoming the first wrestler to do so in the program’s history... set the school record for career takedowns, recording over 400 to shatter the previous record of 200... also earned three letters in football... also wrestled club under coach Mike Pedro and assistant coach Radu Brestyan, the number-one ranked Judo fighter in the United States. Personal: Born September 21, 1993... son of Roger and Louise... has three sisters, Meghan, Caitlin, and Kelli... will major in engineering... favorite athlete is MMA fighter George St. Pierre... favorite music is metal... favorite movies are Ted and Braveheart... nickname is Bruiser.

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Ryan

Todora

149

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR OVR DUAL MAC FALLS T E 13-14 - - - - - CAREER - - - - - -

Freshman Breinigsville, PA • Bethlehem Catholic

High School: Was a four-year letter winner and two-year captain at Bethlehem Catholic High School...Led his team to a perfect 12-0 record as a senior...Finished off his senior year with a individual record of 46-8...Ranks third all-time in wins at Bethlehem Catholic...Three-time District, Regional and State champion...Earned All-Lehigh Valley accolades on three occasions. Personal: Born April 28, 1994...Son of Lee and Jennifer Todora...Has five siblings, Lee, Mason, Braden, Kailee, Hailea...Enjoys rock music and his favorite band is Avenged Sevenfold...He lists his favorite movie as Dumb and Dumber and his favorite TV show as Archer...His favorite athlete is Jordan Burroughs...Majoring in buisness.

Anthony

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR OVR DUAL MAC FALLS T E 13-14 - - - - - CAREER - - - - - -

Tufaro

HWT

Austin

Freshman Breinigsville, PA • Scotchplains-Fanwood

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR OVR DUAL MAC FALLS T E 13-14 - - - - - CAREER - - - - - -

Weigel

184

Freshman Woodstock, NY • Onteora

High School: Held a 43-4 record as a senior. Two-time section 9 champion. His 123 career victories ranks second in school history. Earned All-Section accolades four times. Was team captain as a junior and senior. Personal: Born December 11, 1994. Son of Eric and Kimberly Weigel. HAs four brothers, Dillon, Nathan, Patrick and Nicholas. Listed his favorite foods as steak and shrimp. Favorite musician is Kendrick Lamar. Majoring in exercise science.

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Anthony Tufaro

Joey Ariola

Jarred Lux

Mike Silvis

James Benjamin

Austin Weigel

Tony Lock

Angelo Malvestuto

Tyler Rill

Mike Soria

Corey Hollister

Mike Soria

Brandon Muntz

Nick Flannery

Andrew Schutt

Jake Campana

Mat Dehney

Rrok Ndokaj

Ryan Therrien

Jayden Rice

Max Soria

Justin Farmer

Erik Galloway

Ryan Todora

John Northrup

Wally Maziarz

University at Buffalo Wrestling Roster By Weight Class

125

133

141

149

157

165

174

184

197

HWT

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University at Buffalo Wrestling Career Individual and Dual Meet Statistics

Career Individual Statistics Wrestler

Wt Cl.

Overall* Dual

MAC Falls T-Falls TD N(2) N(3) RV E RT

John-Martin Cannon 174/184 84-63 33-28 11-8 1 2 135 0 0 3 29 13 Matt Dehney 157/165 4-7 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Justin Farmer 133 39-58 5-17 1-5 0 0 12 0 2 4 27 2 Erik Galloway 133/141 16-11 5-6 4-1 0 0 6 1 4 2 14 4 Justin Heiserman HWT 21-45 6-24 2-6 1 0 11 0 1 0 40 0 Ryan Howes 125/133 4-12 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jimmy Kloc 149 3-3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mark Lewandowski 165 111-42 41-16 11-6 0 10 76 28 21 3 51 27 Tony Lock 184/197 8-12 2-3 1-1 0 0 3 1 0 0 7 1 Justin Lozano 165/174 26-17 1-5 0-1 0 0 7 1 0 0 6 1 Jarred Lux 184/197 3-7 1-4 0-1 0 0 2 0 0 0 8 1 Angelo Malvestuto 197 14-12 2-3 2-0 0 0 5 1 2 0 9 1 Jedd Mason HWT 23-39 5-19 0-6 2 0 11 1 0 1 32 2 Wally Maziarz 149/157 36-35 9-13 3-6 2 0 16 5 2 1 28 4 Dom Montesanti 157/165 25-25 2-14 0-5 0 0 6 0 1 1 32 1 Tyler Newton 149/157 1-5 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 John Northrup 149 6-7 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jeff Palmeri 165/174 9-29 0-5 0-3 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 Blake Roulo 149 40-26 14-9 5-3 0 1 32 7 9 1 35 4 Andrew Schutt 141 48-46 14-17 2-5 4 0 24 6 5 6 35 2 Max Soria 125 46-34 17-8 5-4 2 0 42 6 5 5 33 10 Mike Soria 125 17-14 1-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 Ryan Therrien 165/174 2-8 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sean Walton 125/133 37-47 6-15 0-7 5 0 6 2 3 6 12 1 Jake Waste 174/184 39-13 16-4 3-1 1 1 24 4 8 4 17 8 Abbreviations E................................................ Escapes F........................................................Falls N(2).....................Near Falls (2-Point) N(3).....................Near Falls (3-Point)

R..............................................Reversals RT........................Riding Time Points T..........................................Takedowns T-Falls..........................Technical Falls

* - Indicates overall statistic, including dual meets and tournaments.

^ - Indicates a wrestler who redshirted in the 2011-12 season. Season stats do not count on career record.

% - Indicates a wrestler who will likely redshirt in 2012-13. All wins and stats will not count towards career records.

Career Statistical Leaders On The Active Roster Overall Wins*

1. Andrew Schutt............... 48 2. Max Soria......................... 46 3. Justin Farmer.................. 39 4. Wally Maziarz.................. 36 5. Mike Soria........................ 17

Takedowns

1. Max Soria......................... 42 2. Andrew Schutt............... 24 3. Wally Maziarz.................. 16 4. Justin Farmer.................. 12 5. Erik Galloway.....................6

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1. Max Soria......................... 17 2. Andrew Schutt............... 14 3. Wally Maziarz.....................9 4. Justin Farmer.....................5 Erik Galloway.....................5

Falls

Technical Falls

1. Andrew Schutt..................4 2. Max Soria............................2 Wally Maziarz.....................2 4. -...............................................-

1. -...............................................

2-Point Near Falls

3-Point Near Falls

Escapes

1. Andrew Schutt..................6 Max Soria............................6 3. Wally Maziarz.....................5 4. Three others tied..............1

1. Andrew Schutt..................5 Max Soria............................5 3. Erik Galloway......................4 4. Wally Maziarz......................2 Angelo Malvestuto..........2

1. Andrew Schutt............... 35 2. Max Soria......................... 33 3. Wally Maziarz.................. 28 4. Justin Farmer.................. 27 5. Jeff Palmeri...................... 15

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University at Buffalo Wrestling Team Dual Meet & Tournament Statistics

2012-13 Dual Meets (1-11, 1-4 MAC) Date

Opponent

Score

UB Winners

12/9/12 at C. Michigan 12/17/12 IOWA 12/18/12 at Bloomsburg

1/6/13

1/11/13

1/18/13

1/26/13

2/3/13

2/16/13

2/23/13

L, 28-7 Cannon (174), Malvestuto (197) L, 39-3 LEWANDOWSKI (165) L, 18-15 Mike Soria (125), Schutt (141), Roulo (149), Cannon (174), Lock (184) EDINBORO L, 28-9 MAX SORIA (125), LEWANDOWSKI (165), CANNON (174) vs. Boise State % L, 29-9 Max Soria (125), Galloway (133), Lewandowski (165) vs. Bucknell % L, 20-16 Roulo (157), Maziarz (165), Montesanti (174), Lewandowski (184 vs. Rider % L, 21-16 Max Soria (125), Blake Roulo (149), Maziarz (157), Lewandowski (165), Lux (184) E. MICHIGAN W, 19-14 MAX SORIA (125), GALLOWAY (141), ROULO (149), LEWANDOWSKI (165), CANNON (174), HEISERMAN (HWT) at Ohio L, 26-13 Max Soria (125), Galloway (141), Roulo (149), Lewandowski (165) KENT STATE L, 22-19 MAX SORIA (125), GALLOWAY (141), ROULO (149), MAZIARZ (157), LEWANDOWSKI (165) N. ILLINOIS L, 20-18 MAX SORIA (125), GALLOWAY (141), LEWANDOWSKI (165), LOCK (184), MALVESTUTO (197) vs. Purdue # L, 31-10 Max Soria (125), Roulo (157), Lewandowski (165) HOME MATCHES IN BOLD CAPS * - Indicates Mid-American Conference match % - Virginia Duals match # - Regional Duals match

2012-13 Tournaments November 4 • UB Open • Buffalo, NY • Third of Six Team Finishes (Points) 1. Ohio State (148) 2. Kent State (111) 3. Buffalo (108) 4. Edinboro (101) 5. Army (90.5) 6. American International (3)

Individual Finishes (Place) Max Soria (1st) Mike Soria (4th) Erik Galloway (3rd) Andrew Schutt (6th) John Northrup (4th) Blake Roulo (5th) Mark Lewandowski (1st) Justin Lozano (3rd) Jake Waste (2nd) Jeff Palmeri (4th) Angelo Malvestuto (5th) Justin Heiserman (5th)

November 10 • Oklahoma Gold Classic • Buffalo, NY • Fifth of Six Team Finishes (Points) 1. Oklahoma (155.5) 2. Maryland (127.5) 3. Army (110) 4. American (102) 5. Buffalo (90.5) 6. Brockport State (22.5)

Individual Finishes (Place) Max Soria (4th) Andrew Schutt (2nd) Wally Maziarz (3rd) Clay Reeb (4th) Dominic Montesanti (5th) Jeff Palmeri (5th) Anthony Lock (5th) Angelo Malvestuto (3rd) Justin Heiserman (3rd)

November 17-18 • New York State Collegiate • Ithaca, NY • Fourth of 19 Top 10 Team Finishes (Points) 1. Cornell (183.5) 2. Columbia (152.5) 3. Hofstra (135.5) 4. Buffalo (130.5) 5. Army (125.5) 6. SUNY-Cortland (113.5) 7. Binghamton (84.5) 8. Ithaca (56) 9. Oneonta State (47.5) 10. RIT (44)

‘A’ Bracket Individual Finishes (Place) Max Soria (5th) Andrew Schutt (2nd) Wally Maziarz (3rd) Mark Lewandowski (1st) Anthony Lock (5th) Angelo Malvestuto (5th) Justin Heiserman (2nd)

December 2 • Penn State Open • State College, PA • No Team Scoring Individual Finishes (Place) Mark Lewandowski (2nd) Max Soria (7th) Wally Maziarz (8th) December 29 • Midlands • Evanston, IL • 21st of 45 Individual Finishes (Place) John-Martin Cannon (4th) Mark Lewandowski (6th) Jake Waste (7th) - Unattached December 29 • Brute Invitational • Lock Haven • 7th of 13 Individual Finishes (Place) Max Soria (4th) Blake Roulo (3rd) Wally Maziarz (2nd) March 10 • MAC Championships • Buffalo, NY • 7th of 8 Team Finishes (Points) 1. Missouri (136) 2. Central Michigan (88) 3. Northern Iowa (83) 4. Kent State (82) t5. Northern Illinois (63.5) t5. Ohio (63.5) 7. Buffalo (51.5) 8. Eastern Michigan (44.5)

Individual Finishes (Place) Max Soria (4th) Erik Galloway (5th) Blake Roulo (2nd) Mark Lewandowski (2nd) John-Martin Cannon (2nd)

March 21-23 • NCAA National Championships • Des Moines, IA • 57 of 66

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University at Buffalo Wrestling Individual and Dual Meet Statistics

2012-13 Individual Statistics

Career

Wrestler Wt Cl. Overall* Dual MAC Falls T-Falls TD N(2) N(3) RV E RT Overall* Dual John-Martin Cannon 174 12-9 4-3 2-2 0 0 19 0 0 0 3 1 84-63 33-28 Matt Dehney 157/165 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-7 0-1 Justin Farmer 133 7-20 0-6 0-3 0 0 3 0 0 1 5 0 39-58 5-19 Erik Galloway 141 16-11 5-6 4-1 0 0 6 1 4 2 14 4 16-11 5-6 Justin Heiserman HWT 9-20 1-10 1-3 0 0 1 0 0 0 11 0 21-45 6-24 Ryan Howes 133/141 4-12 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-12 0-0 Jimmy Kloc 149 3-3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-3 0-0 Mark Lewandowski 165 31-9 10-2 4-1 0 1 19 3 2 2 10 8 111-42 41-16 Tony Lock 184 8-12 2-3 1-1 0 0 3 1 0 0 7 1 8-12 2-3 Justin Lozano 165/174 11-4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26-17 1-5 Jarred Lux 174/184 3-7 1-4 0-1 0 0 2 0 0 0 8 1 3-7 1-4 Angelo Malvestuto 197 14-12 2-3 2-0 0 0 5 1 2 0 9 1 14-12 2-3 Jedd Mason HWT 4-7 0-1 0-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23-38 5-18 Wally Maziarz 157 23-18 3-8 1-4 0 0 8 1 0 0 19 2 36-35 8-13 Dominic Montesanti 165/174 14-13 1-5 0-3 0 0 3 0 1 1 8 0 25-25 2-14 Tyler Newton 149/157 1-5 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-5 0-0 John Northrup 149/157 6-7 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6-7 0-0 Jeff Palmeri 165/174 5-14 0-5 0-3 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 9-28 0-4 Blake Roulo 149 18-13 7-4 3-2 0 1 20 4 6 0 18 3 40-26 14-9 Andrew Schutt 141 9-13 1-6 0-1 0 0 2 1 0 2 9 0 48-46 14-19 Max Soria 125 25-15 8-3 4-1 0 0 21 3 3 3 14 3 46-34 17-8 Mike Soria 125 13-11 1-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 17-14 1-0 Ryan Therrien 165/174 2-8 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-8 0-0 Sean Walton 125/133 8-12 0-3 0-1 0 0 2 0 1 0 7 0 37-47 6-14 Jake Waste 174 15-4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39-13 16-4 Totals: 0 2 116 15 19 11 155 25 Abbreviations E................................................ Escapes F........................................................Falls N(2).....................Near Falls (2-Point) N(3).....................Near Falls (3-Point)

R..............................................Reversals RT........................Riding Time Points T..........................................Takedowns T-Falls..........................Technical Falls

* - Indicates overall statistic, including dual meets and tournaments.

% - Indicates a wrestler who will likely redshirt in 2012-13. All wins and stats will not count towards career records.

2012-13 Dual Meet Statistical Leaders Overall Wins*

Dual Meet Wins

Falls

Technical Falls

1. Mark Lewandowski...... 31 2. Max Soria......................... 25 3. Wally Maziarz.................. 23 4. Blake Roulo..................... 18 5. Erik Galloway.................. 16

1. Mark Lewandowski...... 10 2. Max Soria............................8 3. Blake Roulo........................7 4. Erik Galloway.....................5 5. John-Martin Cannon......4

1. -............................................... 2. -............................................... 3. -............................................... 4. -............................................... 5. -...............................................-

1. Blake Roulo........................1 Mark Lewandowski.........1 3. -............................................... 4. -............................................... 5. -...............................................-

Takedowns

3-Point Near Falls

2-Point Near Falls

Escapes

1. Max Soria......................... 20 2. John-Martin Cannon... 19 3. Blake Roulo..................... 17 Mark Lewandowski...... 17 5. Wally Maziarz.....................8

1. Blake Roulo........................6 2. Erik Galloway.....................4 3. Max Soria............................3 4. Angelo Malvestuto..........2 Mark Lewandowski.........2

1. Blake Roulo........................4 2. Max Soria............................3 Mark Lewandowksi.........3 4. Five tied with.....................1

1. Wally Maziarz.................. 19 2. Blake Roulo..................... 18 3. Jeff Palmeri...................... 15 4. Erik Galloway.................. 14 Max Soria......................... 14

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University at Buffalo Wrestling Year-by-Year Results

553-433-15 Overall Record (.554 Winning Percentage) MAC

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YEAR W L T PCT. W L T PCT. W L T PCT. 1933-34 2 1 0 .667 - - - - - - - 1934-35 2 0 0 1.000 - - - - - - - 1935-36 0 6 0 .000 - - - - - - - 1936-37 2 4 0 .333 - - - - - - - 1937-38 4 3 0 .571 - - - - - - - 1938-39 5 1 1 .786 - - - - - - - 1939-40 4 3 0 .571 - - - - - - - 1940-41 0 6 0 .000 - - - - - - - 1941-42 0 2 0 .000 - - - - - - - 1942-46 NO WRESTLING DUE TO WORLD WAR II 1946-47 4 3 1 .563 - - - - - - - 1947-48 5 5 0 .500 - - - - - - - 1948-49 7 4 1 .625 - - - - - - - 1949-50 9 3 1 .731 - - - - - - - 1950-51 9 2 0 .818 - - - - - - - 1951-52 2 7 0 .222 - - - - - - - 1952-53 2 7 0 .222 - - - - - - - 1953-54 5 8 0 .385 - - - - - - - 1954-55 2 9 0 .182 - - - - - - - 1955-56 6 5 1 .542 - - - - - - - 1956-57 6 5 0 .545 - - - - - - - 1957-58 2 9 0 .182 - - - - - - - 1958-59 1 10 0 .091 - - - - - - - 1959-60 9 6 0 .600 - - - - - - - 1960-61 7 7 0 .500 - - - - - - - 1961-62 5 6 2 .462 - - - - - - - 1962-63 9 1 0 .900 - - - - - - - 1963-64 6 4 0 .600 - - - - - - - 1964-65 9 2 0 .818 - - - - - - - 1965-66 5 5 1 .500 - - - - - - - 1966-67 5 6 0 .455 - - - - - - - 1967-68 8 3 0 .727 - - - - - - - 1968-69 8 2 0 .800 - - - - - - - 1969-70 10 4 0 .714 - - - - - - - 1970-71 14 6 1 .690 - - - - - - - 1971-72 17 1 0 .944 - - - - - - - 1972-73 14 2 1 .853 - - - - - - - 1973-74 22 1 0 .957 - - - - - - - - 1973-74 22 1 0 .957 - - - - - - - 1974-75 14 3 1 .806 - - - - - - - 1975-76 9 8 0 .529 - - - - - - - 1976-77 8 8 0 .500 - - - - - - - 1977-78 13 3 0 .813 - - - - - - - 1978-79 6 8 0 .429 - - - - - - - 1979-80 5 10 0 .333 - - - - - - - 1980-81 3 11 0 .214 - - - - - - - 1981-82 9 4 0 .692 - - - - - - - 1982-83 9 4 0 .692 - - - - 4 0 0 1.000 1983-84 6 6 0 .500 - - - - 1 4 0 .200 1984-85 11 2 0 .846 - - - - 6 0 0 1.000 1985-86 13 2 0 .867 - - - - 5 2 0 .714 1986-87 10 3 0 .769 - - - - 3 0 0 1.000 1987-88 8 5 0 .615 - - - - 6 2 0 .750 1988-89 7 7 0 .500 - - - - 1 3 0 .250

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YEAR W L T PCT. W L T PCT. W L T PCT. 1989-90 8 6 0 .571 - - - - 3 2 0 .600 1990-91 7 6 0 .538 - - - - 4 4 0 .500 1991-92 2 12 0 .143 - - - - 2 3 0 .400 1992-93 1 16 0 .059 - - - - 0 5 0 .000 1993-94 3 12 0 .200 - - - - 2 1 0 .667 1994-95 0 16 0 .000 - - - - 0 7 0 .000 1995-96 10 4 0 .714 - - - - 3 1 0 .750 1996-97 12 2 2 .813 - - - - 4 2 0 .667 1997-98 9 6 0 .600 - - - - 4 3 0 .571 1998-99 8 6 0 .571 3 2 0 .600 3 3 0 .500 1999-00 11 5 0 .688 2 3 0 .400 6 1 0 .857 2000-01 11 6 0 .647 3 2 0 .600 5 1 0 .833 2001-02 6 10 0 .375 1 4 0 .200 2 2 0 .500 2002-03 9 6 0 .600 1 4 0 .200 4 1 0 .833 2003-04 12 5 0 .706 2 3 0 .400 3 3 0 .500 2004-05 3 10 0 .231 1 4 0 .200 2 1 0 .667 2005-06 9 6 0 .600 2 3 0 .400 9 2 0 .818 2006-07 8 7 0 .533 0 5 0 .000 3 3 0 .500 2007-08 9 7 1 .559 1 4 0 .200 6 1 1 .813 2008-09 9 11 0 .450 1 4 0 .200 1 4 0 .200 2009-10 9 7 1 .559 2 3 0 .400 3 2 0 .600 2010-11 9 8 0 .529 2 3 0 .400 3 2 0 .600 2011-12 7 14 0 .312 1 4 0 .000 0 3 0 .000 2012-13 1 11 0 .090 1 4 0 .200 1 4 0 .200 2013-14 - - - .000 - - - .000 - - - .000 78 YRS 553 443 15 .554 23 51 0 .315 94 69 1 .580

Head Coach Dual Meet Records COACH Ed Michael Jim Beichner Ron LaRocque Gerald Gergley Warren Gregory George King Robert Wilson Fritz Febel Charlie Cheney Robert Rich Andy Lehr Sidney Fine Charles Bryant George Van Bibber John Stutzman 15 Coaches

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YEARS W L T PCT. 1970-91 235 107 3 .686 1995-13 152 121 4 .555 1958-66 51 41 3 .553 1966-70 31 15 0 .674 1948-51 25 9 2 .722 1952-58 23 43 1 .351 1937-42 13 15 1 .466 1946-48 9 8 1 .528 1991-95 6 56 0 .097 1934-35 2 0 0 1.000 1933-34 2 1 0 .667 1936-37 2 4 0 .333 1951-52 2 7 0 .222 1935-36 0 6 0 .000 2013-Present - - - .000 79 years 553 443 15 .554


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TEAM W Akron 2 Alfred 24 Allegheny 4 American 5 Appalachian State 5 Army 2 Ashland 6 Baldwin-Wallace 4 Binghamton 19 BLOOMSBURG 7 BOISE STATE 0 Boston College 3 Boston University 2 Bowling Green 2 Brock 5 Brockport 15 Brown 1 BUCKNELL 9 Buffalo State 8 California St.-Bakersfield 0 California (PA) 4 Campbell 1 Canisius 1 Case Western Reserve 7 Central Connecticut State 1 CENTRAL MICHIGAN 0 Cheyney State 1 Cincinnati 3 The Citadel 1 Clarion 6 Clarkson 0 Cleveland State 6 Colgate 8 Columbia 1 Cornell 4 Cortland 19 Davidson 2 Delaware State 3 Drexel 5 Duke 0 Duquesne 5 East Stroudsburg 4 Eastern Illinois 4 EASTERN MICHIGAN 12 EDINBORO 4 Erie Tech 1 Findlay 5 Gannon 8 Gardner-Webb 3 Geneseo 6 Georgia State 1 Georgia Tech 1 Guelph 18 Hofstra 3 Indiana 0 Indianapolis 0 IOWA 0

L 0 23 1 0 0 1 8 7 6 5 2 0 0 0 1 13 0 4 0 1 6 0 0 18 4 18 0 0 0 8 1 5 12 0 5 17 0 0 5 1 1 0 0 6 20 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 4 3 1 1

T 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

PCT. 1.000 .510 .800 1.000 1.000 .667 .429 .375 .760 .577 .000 1.000 .833 1.000 .833 .533 1.000 .692 1.000 .000 .400 1.000 1.000 .288 .200 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .429 .000 .545 .400 1.000 .444 .528 1.000 1.000 .500 .000 .833 1.000 1.000 .667 .167 1.000 .833 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 .900 .438 .000 .000 .000

LAST MEETING 50-51, W, 21-8 65-66. W, 23-14 87-88, W, 25-11 02-03, W, 44-3 08-09, W, 32-6 73-74, W, 20-14 09-10, W, 31-9 61-62, L, 5-33 11-12, L, 27-12 12-13, L, 18-15 12-13, L, 29-9 97-98, W, 46-0 10-11, W, 20-15 74-75, W, 28-10 86-87, L, 22-28 94-95, L, 13-24 79-80, W, 34-11 12-13, L, 20-16 73-74, W, 50-0 04-05, L, 9-33 93-94, L, 17-37 08-09, W, 35-3 70-71, W, 43-5 63-64, W, 29-3 95-96, W, 24-10 12-13, L, 28-7 96-97, W, 51-4 77-78, W, 44-0 11-12, W, 24-15 07-08, L, 12-18 80-81, L, 22-25 07-08, W,16-15 79-80, L, 19-22 00-01, W, 29-9 00-01, W, 21-19 90-91, W, 44-2 08-09, W, 31-6 07-08, W, 44-4 10-11, W, 26-9 08-09, L, 15-23 03-04, W, 33-9 10-11, W, 30-12 03-04, W, 25-14 12-13, W, 19-14 12-13, L, 28-9 53-54, W, 28-15 09-10, W, 37-3 89-90, W, 38-13 11-12, W, 43-3 79-80, W, 46-4 97-98, L, 15-18 73-74, W, 45-3 85-86, W, 43-3 09-10, T, 16-16 03-04, L, 8-27 91-92, L, 14-21 12-13, L, 39-3

TEAM Ithaca James Madison John Carroll KENT STATE Kentucky Lehigh Lock Haven Marquette Maryland Massachusetts Massachusetts-Lowell Massachusetts Maritime McMaster Maryland Mercyhurst Miami (OH) Michigan Minnesota Missouri Mount Union Montclair State Navy Nebraska New Jersey New York University NCCC Niagara Falls N. Carolina-Greensboro North Dakota State NORTHERN ILLINOIS Northern Iowa Northwestern OHIO Ohio Northern Ohio State Oklahoma Old Dominion Oneonta Ontario Oswego Penn State Penn State-Behrend Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Pitt-Johnstown Plattsburgh Potsdam Princeton PURDUE RIDER R.I.T. Rochester R.P.I. Rutgers Ryerson Tech Sacred Heart St. Catharines

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W L T PCT. 11 19 0 .367 2 0 0 1.000 0 4 0 .000 7 22 0 .241 1 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 .500 4 6 0 .400 1 0 0 1.000 4 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000 8 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000 3 0 0 1.000 2 7 0 .222 0 3 0 .000 0 1 0 .000 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 4 0 1 .900 0 3 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 2 1 0 .667 1 1 0 .500 1 0 0 1.000 5 9 0 .357 0 1 0 .000 0 1 0 .000 3 14 0 .176 1 0 0 1.000 0 6 0 .000 0 2 0 .000 1 2 0 .333 9 2 0 .818 20 4 0 .833 19 16 0 .543 0 3 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000 2 2 0 .500 1 3 1 .300 1 0 0 1.000 10 0 0 1.000 2 1 0 .750 0 2 0 .000 2 8 0 .200 35 21 1 .623 9 3 1 .792 2 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 .500 1 0 0 1.000 3 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000

LAST MEETING 05-06, W, 31-9 03-04, W, 41-3 80-81, L, 13-28 12-13, L, 22-19 74-75, W, 19-16 07-08, W, 22-9 11-12, L, 17-16 99-00, W, 31-12 74-75, W, 21-15 74-75, W, 37-0 95-96, W, 26-6 78-79, L, 16-25 86-87, W, 27-15 09-10, L, 31-9 07-08, W, 24-6 98-99, W, 28-6 11-12, L, 27-13 08-09, L, 13-27 01-02, L, 4-36 03-04, W, 39-6 73-74, W, 18-13 11-12, L, 21-15 09-10, W, 18-17 78-79, L, 11-26 58-59, L, 5-28 09-10, W, 36-8 61-62, W, 23-10 06-07, W,22-14 04-05, W, 25-15 12-13, L, 20-18 08-09, L, 6-28 04-05, L, 9-29 12-13, L, 26-13 70-71, W, 23-11 01-02, L, 9-25 10-11. L, 7-28 11-12, L, 24-15 85-86, W, 34-14 65-66, W, 22-5 90-91, W, 34-9 77-78, L, 4-32 77-78, W, 41-7 00-01, L, 9-26 89-90, W, 22-20 99-00, W, 19-13 65-66, W, 19-16 87-88, W, 50-0 06-07, W, 40-4 12-13, L, 31-10 12-13, L, 21-16 90-91, W, 31-14 67-68, W, 30-5 60-61, W, 16-13 11-12, L, 22-16 81-82, W, 37-3 08-09, W, 38-6 53-54, W, 33-15


University at Buffalo Wrestling All-Time Dual Meet Records vs. Opponents

TEAM St. Francis (PA) St. John Fisher St. Lawrence Sampson Seton Hall Slippery Rock SIU-Edwardsville Spartanburg Methodist Springfield Syracuse Tennessee-Chattanooga Toledo Toronto Utah Valley Virginia Wagner Waterloo Wayne State Waynesburg West Liberty State West Virginia Western Ontario Wilkes Williams College Wright State Wyoming York Youngstown State

W 2 2 0 2 3 9 1 1 1 4 2 0 22 0 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 13 3 1 1 0 1 0

L 0 0 1 0 0 10 0 0 0 18 1 2 9 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 3 2 0 0 1 0 2

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PCT. 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .474 1.000 1.000 1.000 .196 .667 .000 .703 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 .813 .600 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .000

LAST MEETING 71-72, W, 51-6 79-80, W, 33-13 47-48, L, 6-20 48-49, W, 25-3 98-99, W, 27-12 05-06, L, 17-21 11-12, W, 28-10 08-09, W, 47-6 95-96, W, 25-13 99-00, W, 47-0 04-05, L, 6-29 93-94, L, 18-23 64-65, W, 25-3 11-12, L, 19-12 10-11, W 24-12 96-97, W, 50-0 64-65, W, 38-0 66-67, W, 19-18 57-58, L, 0-33 07-08, W, 32-3 01-02, L, 6-26 74-75, W, 34-13 96-97, W, 54-0 85-86, W, 51-2 90-91, W, 21-16 10-11, L, 12-23 86-87, W, 37-6 80-81, L, 8-40

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University at Buffalo Wrestling Year-By-Year Dual Meet Results

1933-1934 (2-1)

Alfred...........................................W 21-15 Colgate.........................................L 0-36 Alfred...........................................W 21-14

1934-1935 (2-0)

Alfred...........................................W 20-8 Alfred...........................................W 17-11

1935-1936 (0-6)

Toronto.........................................L 3-33 Toronto.........................................L 10-26 Alfred............................................L 2.5-35.5 Syracuse.......................................L 0-40 Alfred............................................L 0-36 Case Western Reserve.............L 0-38

1936-1937 (2-4)

Syracuse.......................................L 0-38 Case Western Reserve.............L 3-33 Toronto.........................................L 16-18 Alfred...........................................W 21-15 Toronto.........................................L 12.5-17.5 Alfred...........................................W 17-15

1937-1938 (4-3)

Toronto.........................................L 9-19 Rochester....................................L 18-21 Alfred...........................................W 19-15 Toronto........................................W 17.5-14.5 Case Western Reserve.............L 6.5-21.5 Alfred...........................................W 17-15 Rochester...................................W 17-9

1938-1939 (5-1-1)

Toronto........................................W 21-13 Alfred............................................T 16-16 Colgate.........................................L 5-23 Toronto........................................W 16-14 R.I.T................................................W 22-8 Alfred...........................................W 21-11 R.I.T................................................W 24-8

1939-1940 (4-3)

Findlay.........................................W 26-8 Case Western Reserve.............L 8-18 Toronto........................................W 27-3 Alfred............................................L 8-20 Toronto........................................W 16-11 Rochester....................................L 9.5-20.5 Alfred...........................................W 20-8

1940-1941 (0-6)

R.I.T.................................................L 6-28 Case Western Reserve.............L 0-34 Findlay..........................................L 3-31 Alfred............................................L 0-32 Colgate.........................................L 5-29 Alfred............................................L 4.5-26.5

1941-1942 (0-2)

R.I.T.................................................L 10-30 Alfred............................................L 5-33 No wrestling 1942-1946 (World War II)

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1946-1947 (4-3-1)

Alfred............................................L 3-31 Ontario........................................W 24-10 Case Western Reserve.............L 5-31 Ontario........................................W 24-15 Alfred............................................L 8-30 R.I.T................................................W 35-5 Toronto.........................................T 14-14 R.I.T................................................W 35-5

1947-1948 (5-5)

Ontario........................................W 18-16 R.I.T................................................W 29-5 Case Western Reserve.............L 3-30 Alfred............................................L 15-17 Toronto........................................W 21-12 R.I.T................................................W 24-13 Ontario.........................................L 16-18 Toronto........................................W 18-12 St. Lawrence...............................L 6-20 Alfred............................................L 12-19

1948-1949 (7-4-1)

Ontario.........................................L 16-20 Case Western Reserve.............L 2-25 Sampson.....................................W 16-14 R.I.T.................................................L 13-20 Alfred...........................................W 20-6 Toronto.........................................L 13-16 Ontario........................................W 33-6 Toronto........................................W 18-16 R.I.T.................................................T 14-14 Baldwin-Wallace......................W 26-5 Sampson.....................................W 25-3 Alfred...........................................W 21-11

1949-1950 (9-3-1)

R.I.T.................................................L 10-24 Ontario........................................W 21-13 Baldwin-Wallace......................W 22-6 Case Western Reserve.............L 13-18 Ontario........................................W 33-5 Toronto........................................W 26-5 Case Western Reserve............W 16-14 Alfred............................................T 16-16 Toronto........................................W 23-9 Cornell..........................................L 13-17 R.I.T................................................W 21-11 Alfred...........................................W 17-11 Akron...........................................W 26-6

1950-1951 (9-2)

R.I.T................................................W 16-11 Ontario........................................W 27-3 Case Western Reserve.............L 13-16 Case Western Reserve............W 24-10 Akron...........................................W 21-8 Baldwin-Wallace......................W 25-3 Toronto........................................W 18-17 Ontario........................................W 34-0 Alfred...........................................W 16-12 R.I.T.................................................L 8-22 Alfred...........................................W 19-11

1951-1952 (2-7)

R.I.T................................................L 7-25 Case Western Reserve.............L 0-28 Baldwin-Wallace......................W 19-11 Toronto.........................................L 9-19 R.I.T.................................................L 9-19

Alfred............................................L 7-23 Ontario........................................W 24-15 Case Western Reserve.............L 13-16 Alfred............................................L 14-15

1952-1953 (2-7)

Case Western Reserve.............L 6-24 R.I.T.................................................L 3-27 Cortland.......................................L 5-33 Toronto.........................................L 16-20 Alfred............................................L 13-15 R.I.T.................................................L 6-24 Ontario........................................W 21-13 Western Ontario.......................W 17-11 Alfred............................................L 14-16

1953-1954 (5-8)

St. Catharines............................W 33-15 Erie Tech......................................W 28-15 Case Western Reserve.............L 3-25 Case Western Reserve............W 27-10 R.I.T.................................................L 8-20 Western Ontario.......................W 17-11 Toronto........................................W 23-11 Alfred............................................L 10-22 Ontario.........................................L 6-30 Ithaca............................................L 7-23 Cortland.......................................L 5-24 R.I.T.................................................L 0-36 Alfred............................................L 13-19

1954-1955 (2-9)

Ontario.........................................L 18-21 Case Western Reserve.............L 0-30 Baldwin-Wallace.......................L 15-17 Ontario........................................W 22-10 Toronto.........................................L 3-35 Cortland.......................................L 0-38 Western Ontario........................L 11-21 Alfred............................................L 13-16 R.I.T................................................W 18-16 Ithaca............................................L 10-17 Alfred............................................L 8-26

1955-1956 (6-5-1)

Case Western Reserve.............L 9-23 Baldwin-Wallace.......................T 16-16 Alfred............................................L 8-26 Ontario........................................W 26-10 Toronto........................................W 23-13 Ontario........................................W 25-17 Western Ontario.......................W 16-14 Ithaca............................................L 13-19 Cortland.......................................L 10-24 R.I.T.................................................L 3-27 Oswego.......................................W 25-8 Alfred...........................................W 16-14

1956-1957 (6-5)

Case Western Reserve.............L 13-15 Alfred...........................................W 23-11 Ontario........................................W 29-5 Western Ontario.......................W 20-15 Toronto........................................W 34-0 Ithaca............................................L 11-17 R.I.T................................................W 18-16 Cortland.......................................L 9-19 Oswego........................................L 9-21 Baldwin-Wallace.......................L 14-18 Alfred...........................................W 14-12

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1957-1958 (2-9)

Waynesburg...............................L 0-33 Alfred............................................L 11-21 Western Ontario.......................W 18-13 Toronto........................................W 25-5 Lock Haven.................................L 5-28 Ithaca............................................L 10-23 Cortland.......................................L 3-28 Case Western Reserve.............L 11-26 Baldwin-Wallace.......................L 17-19 Alfred............................................L 15-18 R.I.T.................................................L 10-26

1958-1959 (1-10)

Rochester....................................L 13-25 New York University.................L 5-28 Oswego........................................L 5-29 Toronto........................................W 22-8 Western Ontario........................L 15-20 Baldwin-Wallace.......................L 15-16 Ithaca............................................L 3-33 Allegheny....................................L 6-26 Cortland.......................................L 5-29 Alfred............................................L 3-27 R.I.T.................................................L 0-31

1959-1960 (9-6)

Niagara Falls..............................W 23-12 Colgate.........................................L 8-24 Allegheny...................................W 17-13 Rochester...................................W 29-5 R.P.I................................................W 24-8 Cortland.......................................L 7-24 Ithaca............................................L 12-22 Ontario........................................W 23-10 Oswego........................................L 9-23 Toronto........................................W 26-10 Western Ontario.......................W 28-7 Alfred...........................................W 16-14 Baldwin-Wallace.......................L 13-19 Case Western Reserve............W 24-8 R.I.T.................................................L 3-29

1960-1961 (7-7)

Niagara Falls...............................L 12-17 Oswego........................................L 13-19 Baldwin-Wallace.......................L 14-16 Ontario........................................W 31-6 Toronto........................................W 21-8 Ithaca............................................L 16-18 Colgate.........................................L 11-16 Western Ontario.......................W 26-6 R.P.I................................................W 16-13 Cortland.......................................L 6-28 Case Western Reserve............W 21-8 Alfred...........................................W 23-13 R.I.T.................................................L 6-20 Rochester...................................W 21-11

1961-1962 (5-6-2)

Niagara Falls..............................W 23-10 Rochester....................................T 16-16 R.I.T.................................................L 11-18 Ithaca............................................L 9-26 Cortland.......................................L 5-30 Toronto........................................W 33-6 Colgate.........................................L 5-26 Ontario........................................W 30-5 Western Ontario.......................W 33-3 Alfred............................................L 10-28


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Case Western Reserve.............T 18-18 Baldwin-Wallace.......................L 5-33 Oswego.......................................W 22-10

1962-1963 (9-1)

Toronto........................................W 30-2 Western Ontario.......................W 35-0 R.I.T.................................................L 11-15 Ithaca...........................................W 23-11 Oswego.......................................W 27-8 Colgate........................................W 31-3 Cortland......................................W 15-13 Rochester...................................W 25-10 Case Western Reserve............W 28-9 Alfred...........................................W 25-10

1963-1964 (6-4)

Alfred...........................................W 25-5 Ontario........................................W 36-2 Toronto........................................W 31-8 Oswego........................................L 8-18 Case Western Reserve............W 29-3 Rochester...................................W 28-10 Colgate.........................................L 11-21 Ithaca............................................L 12-19 Cortland.......................................L 11-19 R.I.T................................................W 26-6

1964-1965 (9-2)

Ontario........................................W 22-5 Colgate........................................W 21-9 Western Ontario.......................W 30-0 Waterloo.....................................W 38-0 Oswego........................................L 9-17 Toronto........................................W 25-3 Rochester...................................W 24-5 R.I.T.................................................L 12-14 Alfred...........................................W 27-3 Cortland......................................W 16-11 Ithaca...........................................W 16-14

1965-1966 (5-5-1)

Ontario........................................W 21-11 R.I.T.................................................L 16-21 Brockport....................................T 16-16 Plattsburgh................................W 19-16 Colgate.........................................L 10-22 Cortland.......................................L 2-36

Ithaca............................................L 5-28 Alfred...........................................W 23-14 Western Ontario.......................W 21-18 Rochester...................................W 23-13 Oswego........................................L 0-35

1966-1967 (5-6)

R.I.T................................................W 21-12 Guelph.........................................W 22-9 Ithaca............................................L 16-19 McMaster....................................W 33-8 Colgate.........................................L 7-31 Wayne State...............................W 19-18 Cortland.......................................L 2-28 Western Ontario........................L 20-22 Brockport....................................L 18-21 Rochester...................................W 22-9 Oswego........................................L 10-22

1967-1968 (8-3)

Buffalo State..............................W 24-11 McMaster....................................W 36-2 Buffalo State..............................W 36-2 Ithaca...........................................W 21-12 Colgate........................................W 21-11 Oswego........................................L 10-25 Cortland.......................................L 14-17 R.I.T................................................W 21-12 Guelph.........................................W 26-11 Brockport....................................L 12-15 Rochester...................................W 30-5

1968-1969 (8-2)

Buffalo State..............................W 30-3 Oswego........................................L 11-28 Gannon.......................................W 39-0 R.I.T................................................W 31-5 Ithaca...........................................W 30-3 Ashland........................................L 12-15 Cortland......................................W 24-11 Guelph.........................................W 28-5 Colgate........................................W 23-8 Brockport...................................W 25-6

1969-1970 (10-4)

Cornell..........................................L 18-20 Montclair State.........................W 28-6 Oneonta......................................W 25-9

1973-74: A Buffalo Best

ED MICHAEL’S SQUAD POSTED A 22-1 OVERALL RECORD

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1970-1971 (14-6-1)

Montclair State.........................W 27-8 Oneonta......................................W 29-2 Wilkes............................................L 9-25 Brockport....................................T 16-16 Buffalo State..............................W 33-5 Ithaca...........................................W 23-12 Oswego........................................L 12-22 St. Francis (PA)...........................W 28-6 California (PA).............................L 6-28 Geneseo......................................W 30-6 Lock Haven.................................L 5-33 Cornell.........................................W 26-12 Army..............................................L 13-19 Guelph.........................................W 39-5 R.I.T................................................W 26-16 Cortland......................................W 19-16 Canisius.......................................W 43-5 Cleveland State........................W 17-15 Ashland........................................L 15-23 Old Dominion...........................W 32-8 Ohio Northern..........................W 23-11

1971-1972 (17-1)

Montclair State.........................W 43-3 Oneonta......................................W 36-3 Wilkes...........................................W 27-6 Buffalo State..............................W 51-0 Ithaca...........................................W 38-5 Brockport ..................................W 27-12 Geneseo .....................................W 46-5 Army.............................................W 18-15 Maryland....................................W 19-16 Clarion..........................................L 14-23 Cleveland State........................W 30-9 R.I.T................................................W 30-7 Kent State...................................W 40-6 St. Francis (PA)...........................W 51-6 California (PA)............................W 34-3 St. John Fisher...........................W 45-6 Guelph.........................................W 26-8 Cortland......................................W 22-17

1972-1973 (14-2-1)

Team Captains Bill Jacoutot, Sr. (left) and Jerry Nowakowski

In the University at Buffalo’s last year at the Division I level before moving all sports down with exception of baseball, head coach Ed Michael put together one of the finest teams in the history of the school. Led by Bill Jacoutot, Sr. and Jerry Nowakowski, the Bulls finished 22-1, with its lone loss coming at Clarion, who went on to finish 11th at the NCAA Championships, on Jan. 16.

Wilkes............................................L 12-22 Geneseo......................................W 26-6 Gannon.......................................W 44-0 Buffalo State..............................W 46-0 Oswego........................................L 10-27 R.I.T................................................W 31-3 Cleveland State.........................L 11-21 Guelph.........................................W 30-5 Western Ontario.......................W 24-13 Brockport...................................W 20-12 Ithaca...........................................W 26-14

Despite that loss, the team still managed to start a school-record 18-match winning streak that began with a 45-3 rout of Georgia Tech at Clark Hall. The Bulls posted a perfect 9-0 slate at the old gym, with wins against Geneseo, Bowling Green, Brockport and Maryland included. The Bulls also went on to win the New York State Championships with a contingent of five champions.

Montclair State..........................T 17-17 Wilkes...........................................W 48-15 Oneonta......................................W 45-0 Brockport ..................................W 20-18 Oswego.......................................W 35-5 Lock Haven ...............................W 26-11 Geneseo......................................W 51-3 Clarion.........................................W 18-15 R.I.T................................................W 43-2 Guelph.........................................W 49-0 Buffalo State..............................W 47-0 Cortland .....................................W 36-3 Syracuse......................................W 49-0 Cleveland State.........................L 17-23 California (PA)............................W 37-6 Maryland....................................W 18-15

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Navy..............................................L 14-26 NCAA Div. II Champ.............. 16th

1973-1974 (22-1)

Geneseo......................................W 47-3 Bowling Green..........................W 24-15 Oneonta......................................W 39-3 Maryland....................................W 28-9 Colgate........................................W 31-9 Army.............................................W 20-14 Princeton....................................W 33-6 Bloomsburg...............................W 18-13 Montclair State.........................W 18-13 Oswego.......................................W 33-12 Lock Haven................................W 22-21 Brockport ..................................W 30-9 Clarion..........................................L 6-32 Georgia Tech.............................W 45-3 Kent State...................................W 21-15 Buffalo State..............................W 50-0 Guelph.........................................W 30.5-9.5 Syracuse......................................W 27-9 Cortland......................................W 38-5 Cleveland State........................W 24-16 R.I.T................................................W 40-4 Ashland.......................................W 25-13 Cincinnati...................................W 21-12

1974-1975 (14-3-1)

Colgate........................................W 38-6 Bowling Green..........................W 28-10 Western Ontario.......................W 34-13 Lock Haven................................W 16-15 Kentucky.....................................W 19-16 R.I.T................................................W 39-6 Clarion.........................................W 22-20 Oswego.......................................W 36-2 Maryland....................................W 21-15 Navy..............................................L 6-27 Massachusetts..........................W 37-0 Binghamton...............................L 13-19 Ashland.......................................W 37-6 Cortland......................................W 33-12 Syracuse.......................................T 17-17 Brockport...................................W 19-18 Guelph.........................................W 40-6 Cleveland State.........................L 12-25

1975-1976 (9-8)

Penn State...................................L 0-39 Cornell.........................................W 32-11 Pittsburgh...................................L 9-28 Lock Haven.................................L 6-34 R.I.T................................................W 43-2 Clarion..........................................L 17-27 Bloomsburg...............................W 28-15 Oswego.......................................W 3 7 - 0 Guelph.........................................W 22-18 Binghamton .............................W 24-12 Oklahoma....................................L 7-39 Cortland......................................W 30-12 Syracuse.......................................L 11-26 Brockport....................................L 21-22 Colgate........................................W 29-6 Bucknell......................................W 30-8 Cleveland State.........................L 15-17


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1976-1977 (8-8)

Edinboro......................................L 12-23 Penn State...................................L 9-30 Pittsburgh...................................L 19-20 Clarion..........................................L 15-26 R.I.T...............................................W 51-2 Guelph........................................W 31-13 Cleveland State.........................L 5-31 Binghamton..............................W 30-9 Lock Haven.................................L 12-26 Bloomsburg..............................W 22-15 Oswego.......................................W 31-6 Ohio State...................................L 16-19 Cincinnati...................................W 28-11 Brockport...................................W 23-15 Syracuse......................................L 13-28 Cornell.........................................W 35-7

1977-1978 (13-3)

Edinboro.....................................W 25-21 Penn State...................................L 4-32 R.I.T...............................................W 41-3 Oswego.......................................W 40-3 Pittsburgh..................................W 32-18 Colgate........................................W 44-0 Lock Haven.................................L 15-31 Syracuse......................................L 12-24 Guelph........................................W 25-19 Bloomsburg..............................W 26-16 Penn State-Behrend...............W 41-7 Ashland.......................................W 34-10 Cincinnati...................................W 44-0 Brockport...................................W 42-0 Binghamton..............................W 29-12 Clarion.........................................W 21-12 NCAA Div. III Champ................1st

1978-1979 (6-8)

Edinboro.....................................W 25-13 Princeton.....................................L 12-26 New Jersey..................................L 11-26 Mass. Maritime..........................L 16-25 Potsdam.....................................W 20-16 Oswego.......................................W 39-6 Colgate.........................................L 15-21 Brockport....................................L 13-28 Binghamton...............................L 20-23 Guelph........................................W 29-19 Syracuse......................................L 18-36 R.I.T...............................................W 32-17 John Carroll................................L 15-25 Cortland......................................W 35-24 NCAA Div. III Champ................7th

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1980-1981 (3-11)

Brockport....................................L 6-44 Youngstown State....................L 8-40 Edinboro......................................L 21-23 Oswego........................................L 9-25 Colgate.........................................L 16-27 Guelph........................................W 24-17 R.I.T...............................................W 24-18 Syracuse......................................L 3-50 Potsdam.....................................W 21-20 Oneonta......................................L 9-39 Binghamton...............................L 3-48 Clarkson.......................................L 22-25 Cortland.......................................L 9-37 John Carroll................................L 9-36 NCAA Div. III Champ.............. 17th

1981-1982 (9-4)

Brockport....................................L 8-33 John Carroll................................L 13-28 Oswego........................................L 13-28 Brock............................................W 28-15 McMaster...................................W 28-16 Ryerson Tech.............................W 37-3 Guelph........................................W 24-18 Syracuse......................................L 6-42 R.I.T...............................................W 36-12 Oneonta.....................................W 27-11 Potsdam.....................................W 24-18 Binghamton..............................W 31-9 Cortland......................................W 32-15 NCAA Div. III Champ.............. 15th

1982-1983 (9-4)

R.I.T...............................................W 34-8 Brockport....................................L 15-27 Edinboro.....................................W 44-6 Brock............................................W 54-6 McMaster...................................W 52-2 Oswego........................................L 11-26 Guelph........................................W 33-12 Syracuse......................................L 12-36 Ithaca............................................L 19-22 Oneonta.....................................W 26-21 Potsdam.....................................W 33-18 Binghamton..............................W 25-21 Cortland......................................W 26-14 NCAA Div. III Champ.............. 29th

1983-1984 (6-6)

Brockport....................................L 11-30 Brock............................................W 22-18 1979-1980 (5-10) McMaster...................................W 21-19 Youngstown State....................L 11-31 Oswego........................................L 19-21 Guelph.........................................L 12-31 Syracuse......................................L 3-43 St. John Fisher..........................W 33-13 Ithaca............................................L 15-29 Edinboro......................................L 11-29 Potsdam.....................................W 28-21 Brown..........................................W 34-11 Oneonta......................................L 20-27 Colgate.........................................L 19-22 Guelph.........................................L 20-26 Brockport....................................L 8-37 Binghamton..............................W 28-16 Binghamton...............................L 11-39 Cortland......................................W 21-19 R.I.T................................................L 14-31 R.I.T...............................................W 45-12 Syracuse......................................L 15-29 NCAA Div. III Champ.............. 19th Geneseo.....................................W 46-4 Potsdam.....................................W 34-11 1984-1985 (11-2) Cortland.......................................L 19-26 Gannon.......................................W 55-0 Oswego.......................................W 28-18 Brockport...................................W 20-18 John Carroll................................L 11-25 McMaster...................................W 35-14 NCAA Div. III Champ.............. 13th

Brock............................................W 51-5 Oswego.......................................W 38-7 Syracuse......................................L 13-37 Ithaca............................................L 17-28 Oneonta.....................................W 44-4 Potsdam.....................................W 43-6 Guelph........................................W 54-6 Cortland......................................W 36-12 R.I.T...............................................W 49-8 Binghamton..............................W 24-22 NCAA Div. III Champ................7th

1985-1986 (13-2)

Brock............................................W 41-8 Allegheny...................................W 28-19 Gannon.......................................W 38-13 Brockport....................................L 9-36 McMaster...................................W 31-8 Oswego.......................................W 22-21 Guelph........................................W 43-3 Ithaca...........................................W 21-20 Oneonta.....................................W 34-14 Potsdam.....................................W 49-0 Williams .....................................W 51-2 Syracuse......................................L 16-36 R.I.T...............................................W 46-8 Cortland......................................W 30-18 Binghamton..............................W 28-20 NCAA Div. III Champ.............. 12th

1986-1987 (10-3)

McMaster...................................W 27-15 York..............................................W 37-6 Allegheny...................................W 35-6 Brockport....................................L 10-31 Gannon.......................................W 37-9 Brock.............................................L 22-28 Oswego.......................................W 40-5 Potsdam.....................................W 45-3 Syracuse......................................L 18-23 Cortland......................................W 29-12 R.I.T...............................................W 46-3 Binghamton..............................W 37-9 Ithaca...........................................W 19-15 NCAA Div. III Champ................5th

1987-1988 (8-5)

Allegheny...................................W 25-11 Gannon.......................................W 32-8 Brockport...................................W 38-5 Oswego.......................................W 43-5 Potsdam.....................................W 50-0 Syracuse......................................L 17-19 Cortland......................................W 27-8 R.I.T...............................................W 36-5 Edinboro......................................L 5-35 Binghamton..............................W 44-4 Slippery Rock.............................L 14-23 Ithaca............................................L 15-19 Kent State...................................L 8-27 NCAA Div. III Champ................5th

1988-1989 (7-7)

Brockport...................................W 24-18 Oswego.......................................W 25-14 Gannon.......................................W 30-9 California (PA)...........................W 30-16 Ashland........................................L 12-25 Miami (OH)................................W 22-17 Syracuse......................................L 9-33 Cortland.......................................L 18-21

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R.I.T...............................................W 28-17 Edinboro......................................L 7-34 Binghamton..............................W 46-3 Slippery Rock.............................L 15-20 Ithaca............................................L 9-31 Kent State...................................L 13-26 NCAA Div. II Champ............... 17th

1989-1990 (8-6)

Brockport...................................W 22-13 Oswego.......................................W 36-3 Gannon.......................................W 39-6 Ashland.......................................W 22-17 Miami (OH).................................L 0-36 California (PA)...........................W 30-12 Pittsburgh..................................W 22-20 Syracuse......................................L 6-30 Cortland......................................W 25-9 R.I.T...............................................W 27-15 Edinboro......................................L 10-30 Kent State...................................L 8-27 Slippery Rock.............................L 14-21 Ithaca............................................L 16-25 NCAA Div. II Champ............... 14th

1990-1991 (9-7)

Brockport...................................W 20-18 Oswego.......................................W 34-9 Wright State..............................W 21-16 Miami (OH).................................L 0-38 Ashland.......................................W 29-13 California (PA)............................L 18-19 Syracuse......................................L 9-32 Cortland......................................W 44-2 R.I.T...............................................W 31-14 Edinboro......................................L 14-26 Kent State...................................L 9-27 Slippery Rock.............................L 13-27 Ithaca...........................................W 40-6 Rutgers........................................W 26-9 Princeton....................................W 20-13 Cornell..........................................L 6-33 NCAA Div. II Champ............... 33rd

1991-1992 (2-12)

Brockport....................................L 12-25 Oswego.......................................W 21-11 Central Connecticut St...........L 7-32 Indianapolis...............................L 14-21 Ashland........................................L 6-35 Miami (OH).................................L 6-32 Georgia State............................W 35-6 Cornell..........................................L 3-34 Kent State...................................L 3-32 Slippery Rock.............................L 17-19 Ithaca............................................L 17-21 Rider..............................................L 15-26 Drexel...........................................L 10-25 California (PA)............................L 15-23

1992-1993 (1-16)

Brockport...................................W 27-12 Central Michigan......................L 12-33 Drexel...........................................L 12-22 Ashland........................................L 9-39 Miami (OH).................................L 4-48 Eastern Michigan.....................L 6-47 California (PA)............................L 12-27 Ashland........................................L 9-39 Toledo..........................................L 15-30 Ohio State...................................L 0-51


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Kent State...................................L 0-33 Bucknell.......................................L 8-41 Slippery Rock.............................L 17-19 Central Connecticut St...........L 3-32 Rider..............................................L 7-35 Hofstra..........................................L 12-28 California (PA)............................L 23-26

1993-1994 (3-12)

1997-1998 (9-6)

Brockport...................................W 31-6 Drexel...........................................L 15-17 Eastern Michigan....................W 31-15 Miami (OH).................................L 6-29 California (PA)............................L 17-37 Toledo..........................................L 18-23 Ohio State...................................L 6-39 Ashland........................................L 12-25 Kent State...................................L 9-29 Central Connecticut St...........L 13-28 Slippery Rock.............................L 16-24 Bucknell.......................................L 10-31 Rider..............................................L 6-34 Hofstra..........................................L 9-22 Duquesne..................................W 25-16 NCAA Div. I Champ.............. T-72nd

Georgia State.............................L 15-18 Central Michigan......................L 15-26 Hofstra.........................................W 31-11 Boston College.........................W 46-0 American....................................W 32-10 Pitt.-Johnstown.........................L 12-23 Ohio..............................................L 12-25 Edinboro......................................L 12-26 Kent State..................................W 19-15 Slippery Rock............................W 34-3 Seton Hall...................................W 29-7 Bucknell......................................W 20-15 Boston University....................W 34-9 Rider..............................................L 9-21 Duquesne..................................W 34-6 NCAA Div. I Champ...............T-71st

Brockport....................................L 13-24 Drexel...........................................L 4-38 Miami (OH).................................L 12-28 Eastern Michigan.....................L 13-25 Rider..............................................L 3-40 Ashland........................................L 12-32 Ohio State...................................L 9-35 Purdue..........................................L 6-43 Miami (OH).............................L/Fft. 0-60 Kent State...................................L 4-35 Central Michigan......................L 9-36 Central Connecticut St...........L 13-29 Slippery Rock.............................L 9-36 Bucknell.......................................L 3-40 Hofstra..........................................L 7-30 Duquesne...................................L 13-27

1998-1999 (8-6, 3-2 MAC)

1994-1995 (0-16)

1995-1996 (10-4)

Rider..............................................L 11-26 Drexel...........................................L 9-21 Wagner.......................................W 43-4 Springfield.................................W 25-13 Pitt.-Johnstown.........................L 7-26 American....................................W 26-15 Kent State...................................L 12-20 Slippery Rock............................W 26-9 Bucknell......................................W 20-15 Hofstra.........................................W 37-3 Boston College.........................W 35-6 Mass.-Lowell..............................W 26-6 Central Connecticut St..........W 24-10 Duquesne..................................W 32-10 NCAA Div. I Championships.53rd

1996-1997 (12-2-2)

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Slippery Rock............................W 32-12 Bucknell......................................W 20-11 Boston College.........................W 44-6 Hofstra.........................................W 40-4 Duquesne..................................W 27-14 Ohio.............................................W 25-14 NCAA Div. I Champ. ............... 70th

Pitt.-Johnstown.........................T 18-18 Rider..............................................L 12-25 American....................................W 32-10 James Madison........................W 32-9 Wagner.......................................W 50-0 Kent State...................................L 12-18 Boston University.....................T 20-20 Seton Hall...................................W 31-12 Cheyney State..........................W 51-4 Wilkes..........................................W 54-0

Pitt.-Johnstown.........................L 9-26 Ohio*............................................L 12-20 Edinboro......................................L 12-20 Kent State*................................W 22-17 Syracuse.....................................W 36-1 Miami (OH)*..............................W 28-6 Eastern Illinois..........................W 20-19 Eastern Michigan*..................W 35-3 Seton Hall...................................W 27-12 Bucknell......................................W 22-18 Slippery Rock.............................L 17-23 Central Michigan*....................L 6-41 Cornell..........................................L 6-28 Duquesne..................................W 28-15 MAC Championships...............4th NCAA Div. I Champ................. 62nd

1999-2000 (11-5, 2-3 MAC)

Appalachian State...................W 28-15 Binghamton..............................W 45-0 Drexel..........................................W 31-6 Eastern Michigan*..................W 29-6 Northern Illinois*.....................W 18-15 Pitt.-Johnstown........................W 19-13 Clarion.........................................W 18-17 Ohio*............................................L 10-23 Edinboro......................................L 9-26 Kent State*.................................L 9-21 Marquette..................................W 31-12 Bucknell......................................W 38-3 Slippery Rock............................W 39-0 Central Michigan*....................L 12-26 Cornell..........................................L 13-23 Syracuse.....................................W 47-0 MAC Championships...............4th NCAA Div. I Champ...............T-53rd

2000-2001 (11-6, 3-2 MAC)

Northern Illinois*.....................W 19-15 Eastern Michigan*...................W 31-9 Sacred Heart..............................W 37-3 Columbia....................................W 29-9 Drexel...........................................W 28-6 Clarion..........................................L 9-25

Cleveland State........................W 34-10 Tenn.-Chattanooga.................W 36-6 Ohio State...................................L 6-31 Pennsylvania..............................L 9-26 West Virginia...............................L 16-19 Kent State*.................................W 21-10 Bucknell......................................W 37-11 Slippery Rock............................W 43-3 Central Michigan*....................L 12-19 Ohio*.............................................L 9-23 Cornell.........................................W 21-19 MAC Championships...............4th NCAA Div. I Champ................. 48th

2001-2002 (6-10, 1-4 MAC)

Northern Illinois*......................L 13-22 Eastern Michigan*...................W 33-6 Binghamton..............................W 29-10 Ohio State...................................L 9-25 Eastern Illinois...........................W 21-16 Indiana.........................................L 10-30 Clarion..........................................L 15-26 Kent State*..................................L 9-28 West Virginia...............................L 6-26 Bucknell......................................W 34-8 Central Michigan*....................L 9-28 Slippery Rock............................W 29-10 American....................................W 36-6 Old Dominion............................L 15-20 Ohio*.............................................L 12-29 Missouri........................................L 4-36 MAC Championships...............5th NCAA Div. I Champ..................61st

2002-2003 (9-6, 1-4 MAC)

Lock Haven................................W 23-20 Binghamton..............................W 34-7 Tenn.-Chattanooga.................W 31-15 Indiana.........................................L 16-19 Eastern Illinois...........................W 41-3 Drexel...........................................W 25-10 American....................................W 44-3 Clarion..........................................L 17-20 Kent State*..................................L 9-22 Mercyhurst.................................W 31-12 Slippery Rock............................W 33-9 Central Michigan*....................L 12-19 Northern Illinois*......................L 6-31 Eastern Michigan*...................W 19-16 Ohio*^..........................................L 16-16 ^ - Lost on criteria (less near falls) MAC Championships...............5th NCAA Div. I Champ................T-59th

2003-04 (12-5, 2-3 MAC)

Binghamton..............................W 24-13 Findlay.........................................W 22-12 Bloomsburg...............................W 21-13 Kent State*.................................W 21-13 Mount Union.............................W 39-6 James Madison.........................W 41-3 East Stroudsburg.....................W 33-9 Sacred Heart..............................W 25-10 Lehigh...........................................L 6-32 Eastern Illinois...........................W 25-14 Indiana.........................................L 8-27 Clarion.........................................W 19-17 Ohio*.............................................L 16-17 Central Michigan*....................L 6-32 Slippery Rock............................W 33-9 Northern Illinois*......................L 9-25

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Eastern Michigan*...................W 26-18 MAC Championships...............4th NCAA Div. I Champ................T-33rd

2004-05 (3-10, 1-4 MAC)

Bloomsburg................................L 9-21 Edinboro......................................L 9-24 Northern Illinois*......................L 15-20 Tenn.-Chattanooga..................L 6-29 Northwestern.............................L 9-29 Cal. State-Bakersfield..............L 9-33 North Dakota State.................W 25-15 Edinboro......................................L 15-24 Ohio*.............................................L 13-20 Eastern Michigan*....................L 19-20 Central Michigan*....................L 9-30 Kent State*.................................W 18-16 Slippery Rock............................W 29-6 MAC Championships...............6th NCAA Div. I Champ................T-56th

2005-06 (9-6, 2-3 MAC)

Gardner-Webb..........................W 44-3 Bloomsburg...............................W 30-11 Findlay.........................................W 36-0 Edinboro......................................L 13-20 Appalachian St.........................W 35-0 Mercyhurst.................................W 34-3 Northern Illinois*......................L 21-23 UNC-Greensboro......................L 20-22 Ohio*............................................W 25-9 Delaware State.........................W 49-3 Ithaca...........................................W 31-9 Eastern Michigan*...................W 29-12 Central Michigan*....................L 3-30 Kent State*..................................L 13-21 Slippery Rock.............................L 17-21 MAC Championships...............3rd NCAA Div. I Champ................. 46th

2006-07 (8-7, 0-5 MAC)

Princeton....................................W 40-4 Edinboro......................................L 6-31 Delaware State.........................W 43-9 Bloomsburg................................L 13-23 Clarion.........................................W 23-16 Davidson.....................................W 33-6 Gardner-Webb..........................W 42-3 Appalachian State...................W 25-16 UNC-Greensboro.....................W 22-14 Northern Illinois*......................L 6-30 Ohio*.............................................L 9-25 Eastern Michigan*....................L 10-28 Central Michigan*....................L 3-35 Kent State*..................................L 7-31 Binghamton..............................W 22-18 MAC Championships...............6th NCAA Div. I Champ................. 60th

2007-08 (9-7-1, 1-4 MAC)

Appalachian State...................W 19-16 Bloomsburg................................T 17-17 Michigan......................................L 6-35 Lehigh..........................................W 22-9 Eastern Michigan*....................L 12-21 Clarion..........................................L 12-18 Delaware State.........................W 44-4 West Liberty State...................W 32-3 Mercyhurst.................................W 24-6 Cleveland State........................W 16-15 Northern Illinois*......................L 12-25


University at Buffalo Wrestling Year-By-Year Dual Meet Results

Findlay.........................................W 25-6 Ohio*............................................W 24-9 Central Michigan*....................L 3-32 Kent State*..................................L 9-23 Edinboro......................................L 3-37 Binghamton..............................W 20-16 MAC Championships....... tied for 4th

#25 Central Michigan*............L 19-14 Northern Illinois*.....................W 22-9 MAC Championships......... 3rd of six NCAA Div. I Champ...........t-39th of 72 % - Virginia Duals

2011-2012 (7-14, 1-4 MAC)

Davidson.....................................W 31-6 Campbell....................................W 35-3 Duke..............................................L 15-23 Appalachian State...................W 32-6 Spartanburg Methodist........W 47-6 Eastern Michigan*...................W 25-8 Bloomsburg...............................W 18-16 East Stroudsburg.....................W 31-12 Sacred Heart..............................W 38-6 Cleveland State........................W 26-12 #21 Northern Iowa...................L 6-28 #11 Minnesota...........................L 13-27 Wyoming.....................................L 10-24 Ohio*.............................................L 15-19 #9 Central Michigan*..............L 3-32 #23 Kent State*..........................L 7-31 #13 Edinboro..............................L 10-31 Hofstra..........................................L 10-24 Northern Illinois*......................L 15-21 Binghamton...............................L 12-23 MAC Championships....... tied for 4th NCAA Div. I Champ.......... tied for 48th

Old Dominion............................L 24-15 Navy..............................................L 21-15 Lock Haven.................................L 17-16 Utah Valley..................................L 19-12 #6 Michigan................................L 27-13 #18 Central Michigan*............L 30-6 Gardner-Webb..........................W 43-3 Bloomsburg...............................L 23-10 Niagara County CC..................W 47-3 #23 Binghamton.......................L 27-12 #24 Edinboro..............................L 30-14 Bucknell %.................................W 19-13 #22 Kent State %.......................L 22-12 Rider %........................................W 27-14 #20 Rutgers %............................L 22-16 The Citadel %............................W 24-15 Ohio*.............................................L 22-18 #14 Kent State*..........................L 26-9 Eastern Michigan*....................L 31-7 Northern Illinois*.....................W 23-14 SIU-Edwardsville......................W 28-10 MAC Championships......... 6th of six NCAA Div. I Champ............63rd of 70 % - Virginia Duals

2009-2010 (9-7-1, 2-3 MAC)

2012-2013 (1-11, 1-4 MAC)

2008-09 (9-11, 1-4 MAC)

Ashland.......................................W 31-9 #25 Hofstra..................................T 16-16 East Stroudsburg.....................W 35-7 Drexel...........................................W 27-15 Niagara County CC..................W 36-8 Findlay.........................................W 37-3 Bloomsburg................................L 21-16 Binghamton..............................W 19-16 #9 Boise State.............................L 31-7 #12 Nebraska............................W 18-17 #7 Maryland................................L 31-9 #23 Edinboro..............................L 19-17 Ohio*.............................................L 22-17 Eastern Michigan*...................W 28-12 #19 Kent State*..........................L 31-6 #6 Central Michigan*..............L 35-3 Northern Illinois*.....................W 25-8 MAC Championships......... 4th of six NCAA Div. I Champ............ 52nd of 77

2010-2011 (9-8, 2-3 MAC)

Boston University....................W 20-15 #8 Oklahoma..............................L 28-7 Bloomsburg................................L 21-12 East Stroudsburg.....................W 30-12 Drexel...........................................W 26-9 Binghamton..............................W 24-12 Virginia %...................................W 24-12 #15 Michigan %.........................L 29-7 Rider %........................................W 30-9 Wyoming %................................L 23-12 Edinboro %.................................L 24-21 Edinboro.....................................W 18-16 Ohio*.............................................L 16-15 #15 Kent State*..........................L 19-13 Eastern Michigan*...................W 20-12

at #11 Central Michigan*.......L 28-7 #4 Iowa.........................................L 39-3 at Bloomsburg...........................L 18-15 #17 Edinboro..............................L 29-9 vs. Boise State %.......................L 29-9 vs. Bucknell %............................L 20-16 vs. Rider %...................................L 21-16 Eastern Michigan*...................W 19-14 at Ohio*........................................L 26-13 Kent State*..................................L 22-19 Northern Illinois*......................L 20-18 vs. #14 Purdue#.........................L 31-10 MAC Championships......7th of eight NCAA Div. I Champ........... 57th of 66 % - Virginia Duals # - Regional Duals

2013-2014 (0-0, 0-0 MAC)

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University at Buffalo Wrestling NCAA National Qualifiers

Marcus Hutchins 1996

Jake Schaus 1999

Jason Wartinger 1996, 1997

Chad Caros 1998

Vince DeAugustine 1998

Joe Downey 2000

Jeromy McVige 1998

Brian Schaal 1999

Shawn Kegel 2000, 2001

John Eschenfelder 1999, 2001

Labe Black 2003

Gary Cooper 2003

Kyle Cerminara

2004 All-American 2002, 2006 NCAA Qualifier 2006 #2 Seed at 197 pounds Josh States 2000, 2001

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Mickey Moran 2009

Dave Guarino 2001

Mark McKnight 2004, 2005

Nate Rock 2009

Ed Pawlak 2004

Desi Green 2009, 2010, 2011

Harold Sherrell 2006

Jimmy Hamel 2009, 10

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Mark Budd 2006, 2007

John-Martin Cannon 2010, 2011, 2013

B Kevin Smith 2010, 2011


University at Buffalo Wrestling NCAA National Qualifiers

Brett Correll 2011

Mark Lewandowski 2011, 2012, 2013

Andrew Schutt 2011

Max Soria 2012, 2013

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Blake Roulo 2013


University at Buffalo Wrestling UB Athletics’ Hall of Fame Wrestlers

• Charles K. Bassett, Honorary Member • Donald B. Beitelman, Class of 1951 - Two-year team captain - Member of the United States Olympic Wrestling Committee - Inducted to Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2012 • Ron Brandt, Class of 1972 - Two-year team captain - Finished third at 1972 NCAA East Regionals • Kevin Brinkworth, Class of 1963 • Kyle Cerminara, Class of 2006 - Program’s first Division I All American - Two-time MAC Champion - All-time winningest wrestler (137 wins) • Gerald Gergley, Class of 1962 - Voted 1958-59 Most Outstanding Wrestler - Head coach (1966-70) • Jeff Howard, Class of 1990 - Won the New York State Collegiate Championship - Tied for 9th all time in program in escapes - All-American in 1989, finishing 2nd in Division II in the 158 pound class • Marcus Hutchins, Class of 1996 - Three-time NCAA Division I Championship qualifier - Posted a 66-22 record over a four-year span • Robert H. Jackson, Class of 1965 - 123-pound Four-I champion in 1965 - Voted 1965 Most Outstanding Wrestler

• Thomas J. Jacoutot, Class of 1983 - 1980 NCAA Division III 118-pound Champion - Two-time NCAA Division III All American - 1979 New York State Collegiate Champion

• Scott Slade, Class of 1982 - Ranks ninth on UB’s all-time wins list with 81 career victories - Posted a 32-3 record in 1981-82

• Tom Jobin, Class of 1985 ­- Two-time NCAA Division III All-American. - Top 15 in school history in both wins and winning percentage.

• Paul L. Snyder, Class of 1957 - Former school record-holder for the fastest win-by-fall (15 seconds)

• Stephen M. Klein, Class of 1987 - 1986 NCAA Division III 167-pound champion - Two-time NCAA Division III All-American - 1985 New York State Collegiate Champion • Joseph Manch, Class of 1932 • Ed Michael, Honorary Member - Coached for 21 seasons (1970-91) - Program’s winningest coach (213 wins) - Coached the Bulls to the only NCAA National Championship in school history • Eugene S. Miller, Class of 1940 - Wrestled in the 1940 U.S. Olympic Trials - A leader in promoting high school wrestling in the Western New York area • Tony Policare, Class of 1973 - Two-time NCAA qualifier - 29-3-1 career dual meet record - Team captain and MVP from 1971-1973 • Peter Rao, Class of 1956 • Robert E. Rich, Class of 1935 - Captained UB’s first varsity wrestling team - Head coach (1934-35)

Bill Stanbro, Class of 1991 - Placed Fourth at 1990 NCAA Division II Championships - UB Male Athlete of the Year and Recepient of Alumni Award - 17 career Falls are second most in program history • Charles ‘Bud’ Upper, Class of 1952 - Undefeated at the 128-pound weight class for two seasons - Member of four U.S. and Canadian championship racing shell crews • John M. Valentic, Class of 1963 - 1963 Four-I Champion - Posted a 56-1 record while wrestling in three different weight classes • Robert Wilson, Honorary Member - Head coach (1937-42) - First coach inducted into the Western New York Wrestling Coaches Hall of Fame in 1973 • Jim Young, Class of 1976 - Two-time New York State Collegiate Champion - Received the ECAC Medal of Honor

The 1977-78 NCAA Division III Champions The University at Buffalo wrestling program is the only team in the school’s existence to capture an NCAA national championship. For winning the NCAA Division III title, the entire 1977-78 squad and its coaching staff were inducted into the University at Buffalo Athletics Hall of Fame in 1995. Front Row (L-R): Edward L. Tyrrell, Anthony C. Oliveri, David Tundo, Stephen H. Zoota, Allan G. Sluberski, Walter R. Hellmich, Michael T. Jacoutot, Thomas J. Jacoutot. Middle Row (L-R): Thomas J. Egan, Richard M. Silvestri, Kurt A. Linske, Paul J. Grandits, Jeffrey T. Wheeler, Bruce L. Hadsell, Paul D. Curka, Chris Guy Ness. Back Row (L-R): Head Coach Edward W. Michael, Kirk D. Anderson, Joseph B. Cirillo, Tab B. Mak, Francis P. Cirillo, John A. Bottone, Bernard J. Quinn, Michael Galasso, John H. Hughes, Daved P. Mitchell, Patrick M. Riley, Assistant Coach Scott Stever, Manager Anthony Butera. Missing: Frank J. Massaro and Equipment Manager Joseph Staebell

UB Wrestling’s NCAA All-Americans Wrestler.........................Season. ........ Wt. Cl..................... Finish Kirk Anderson....................1977-78.............150................... 3rd - Div. III Paul Bailey...........................1986-87.............190................... 3rd - Div. III Rob Beck..............................1986-87.............118................... 8th - Div. III 1987-88.............118................... 5th - Div. III Jim Capone.........................1987-88.............158................... 3rd - Div. III 1988-89.............167.................... 6th - Div. II Kyle Cerminara..................2003-04.............197.....................8th - Div. I Paul Curka...........................1977-78............ Hwt................... 3rd - Div. III 1978-79............ Hwt.................. 2nd - Div. III Dan Engels..........................1990-91.............177.................... 7th - Div. II Joe Errigo.............................1986-87.............177................... 5th - Div. III 1987-88.............177................... 8th - Div. III Dave Grabenstatter.........1989-90.............177.................... 4th - Div. II Chuck Guptill.....................1989-90............ Hwt.................... 7th - Div. II Bruce Hadsell.....................1977-78.............150................... 5th - Div. III Dave Hickson.....................1984-85.............158................... 6th - Div. III 1986-87.............150................... 4th - Div. III Jeff Howard.........................1988-89.............158....................2nd - Div. II Steve Irving.........................1986-87.............134................... 6th - Div. III Mike Jacoutot....................1977-78.............126.................. 2nd - Div. III

Wrestler.........................Season. ........ Wt. Cl..................... Finish Tom Jacoutot.....................1978-79.............118 ..................3rd - Div. III 1984-85.............118................... 1st - Div. III Tom Jobin...........................1983-84.............167...................5th - Div. III 1984-85.............177..................2nd - Div. III Steve Klein..........................1984-85.............167...................3rd - Div. III 1985-86.............167................... 1st - Div. III Andy Komarek...................1983-84.............142...................4th - Div. III 1984-85.............142...................8th - Div. III Gary Lucas...........................1982-83.............190...................8th - Div. III Dave Mitchell.....................1977-78.............177...................4th - Div. III Pete Rao...............................1984-85.............158...................7th - Div. III Dean Salvaggio.................1986-87.............142...................5th - Div. III 1987-88.............142..................2nd - Div. III Scott Slade..........................1980-81.............167..................2nd - Div. III 1981-82.............167...................3rd - Div. III Bill Stanbro..........................1989-90.............167....................4th - Div. II Russ Sutherland................1985-86............ Hwt...................8th - Div. III 1986-87............ Hwt...................6th - Div. III Ed Tyrrell..............................1978-79.............126..................2nd - Div. III Jeff Wheeler........................1977-78.............190...................4th - Div. III

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National Champions Tom Jacoutot

1979-80 118 pounds Division III

Kyle Cerminara 2003-04 197 Pounds Division I


University at Buffalo Wrestling

BUILDING ON A PROSPEROUS PAST: A BRIEF TOUR THROUGH UB WRESTLING’S HISTORY Although the University at Buffalo was founded in 1846, it was not until the mid-1930’s that UB fully entered the world of intercollegiate athletics. Six sports - hockey, golf, tennis, cross country, track and field, and wrestling then formed the field of competition with football and basketball having started in 1894 and 1915, respectively. It was in the early 1930s that the University’s athletic teams adopted the nickname Bulls. Prior to that, UB’s athletic teams were referred to as the Bison. The change was made by Buffalo’s sportsmen due to the fact that several Western New York professional sports teams were also called the Bisons. While there was a desire to have more men participate in intercollegiate athletics, an outstanding intramural program had developed. Football, basketball, wrestling, boxing, golf, tennis, fencing, baseball, and softball were among some of the more popular sports. Wrestling and fencing matches began during the 1933-1934 academic year as by this time, UB clearly had the most comprehensive intercollegiate athletic program in Western New York. Among UB wrestling’s most distinguished alumnus is Robert E. Rich Sr., the founder and Chairman of the Board of Rich Products Corporation - the nation’s largest privately-held frozen foods manufacturer. Known as the “Father of UB Wrestling,” he not only was an organizer of wrestling at the varsity level, but the team’s first captain and head coach during his senior year. World War II had a dramatic effect on the University’s campus, and it presented serious personnel problems for athletic teams. Between 1943 and 1945, virtually no official athletic teams were in existence as the entire University’s physical education department concentrated on the training of American Air

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Force personnel. Consequently, UB’s wrestling program was put on hold until after the war. Following World War II, athletics at Buffalo returned to normal. During the 1948-1949 season, the wrestling team compiled its best record to date, posting seven wins under former Purdue University star Warren Gregory. In 1950-51, Gregory led the Bulls to a 9-3-1 record and UB wrestling began to garner attention. Over 1,000 fans saw the Bulls’ 17-13 loss to Cornell University at Clark Hall where meets used to take place. In March, UB was one of 12 teams participating in the Niagara District Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Tournament which was televised live on WBEN-TV, the first UB athletic event broadcast on television. Although the UB wrestling program enjoyed success throughout the 1940s and early 1950s, it floundered in a sea of inconsistency between 1951 and 1966, compiling a 76-91-1 record. The 1966-67 season saw the program’s fortunes change however, as Gerald Gergley was named head coach. In his four seasons at the helm, Gergley compiled a 31-15 record as his squads were consistently strong performers in the powerful NCAA University Divisions Cup. In 1970, Ed Michael was announced as the 12th coach in the history of UB wrestling. Although he compiled an impressive 45-5-0 record at Corning Community College, little did anybody know the impact he would have on the Bulls’ wrestling program. In his inaugural season as coach, Michael led his Bulls to a 14-6-1 record and the first of eight consecutive New York State Wrestling Championships. As a matter of fact, during his first five seasons, Michael guided UB to an amazing 81-13-2 dual meet record. Michael’s second season saw more success as UB posted a 17-1 record and captured first place in the NCAA Division I Regional Tournament, along with its second New York State title. In 1973-1974, the Bulls won a school-record 22 dual meet matches and a fourth-place finish in the NCAA Division I Regional Tournament.

The UB wrestling program achieved the ultimate during the 1977-78 season when they not only won their eighth-straight New York State Title, but the NCAA Division III Wrestling Championship. To this day, this remains the only national championship won by an athletic team in the history of UB athletics. However, Michael’s thirst for success wasn’t quenched by this tremendous accomplishment. Between 1978 and 1991, UB wrestling teams placed in the top 20 at 13 NCAA Championship tournaments. In 1986, the Bulls won the SUNYAC Wrestling title after back-to-back top three finishes, while the 1989-90 season saw the Bulls capture the Division II Qualifier and a national ranking as high as 11th. In 1991 after more than two decades as head coach of UB’s wrestling program, Michael stepped down in order to concentrate more on his increasing responsibilities as Assistant Athletic Director for Recreation and Intramural Services at UB. Inducted into the UB Athletic Hall of Fame in 1995 with his 1977-78 National Title team, Michael retired as Buffalo’s winningest head wrestling coach, compiling a 213-106-3 dual meet record while coaching at the Division I, II, and III levels. In his 21 years as the Bulls’ head coach, Michael’s teams produced 39 All-Americans, captured UB’s only national title, placed in the Top 20 at 13 NCAA Championships, ranked in the nation’s Top 20 on four occasions, captured eight straight NYS titles, won the SUNYAC Championship, and won 98 tournament championships. Following Michael’s retirement, assistant coach Charlie Cheney took over as head wrestling coach. Cheney came to the Bulls in 1988 as an assistant after holding the same position at Ashland College. Cheney had been co-captain of the 1982 NCAA Division II Champion California State University at Bakersfield squad, finishing second in his weight class and earning All-America honors. However, his success on the mat didn’t translate into success as a coach, and he was dismissed following four disappointing seasons. The 1995-96 season saw former University of Pittsburgh assistant coach Jim Beichner named as the 14th head coach of UB’s wrestling program. The program experienced a rebirth as the Bulls posted 10 dual meet victories (more wins than in any of the previous eight UB seasons) and captured third place in the New York State Collegiate Wrestling Championships and at the East Coast Wrestling Championships. Additionally, the Bulls qualified two wrestlers for the NCAA Division I National Wrestling Championships as the Bulls finished 53rd out of 80 teams. Beichner was named the New York State Wrestling Coach of the Year for Divisions I, II, and III, the ECWA Coach of the Year, and the Amateur Wrestling News’ Rookie Head Coach of the Year. In addition, the wrestling team was recognized for its outstanding effort, receiving the Athletic Department’s Quantum Leap Award. The Bulls continued to experience success in Beichner’s second season, compiling a 12-2-2 dual meet record, including the program’s 400th dual meet victory at Ohio, and finishing third in the ECWA for the second time in as many seasons. Jason Wartinger (118/126 pounds) advanced to the NCAA Championships and finished his career at Buffalo with 61 wins. John Stutzman (150) posted a 35-4 record, highlighted by a school-record 24-match win streak and four tournament championships. In the 1997-98 season, three was the magic number. It was Beichner’s third season as coach and he guided the Bulls to a third-place finish in the ECWA for the third straight season. In addition, he led three individuals, Chad Caros, Jeromy McVige and Vince DeAugustine, to the NCAA Championships. Buffalo finished the 2000-01 regular season third overall in the MAC. Four wrestlers qualified for the 2001 NCAA Championships. Shawn Kegel (133), Dave Guarino (165), Josh States (184), and John Eschenfelder (Hwt) represented the Bulls, securing them a national team finish of 48th. States also broke the school’s career overall wins record by finishing his career with 102 victories. In 2005-06, Beichner’s 11th season with the Bulls, the team had a breakthrough season, receiving votes for the first time in the National Wrestling Coaches’ Association Division I poll and reaching 24th in the nation in WrestlingReport.com’s national rankings. Led by Kyle Cerminara, who rewrote the UB record book during the season as he set career wins, dual meet wins and dual meet takedowns records, the Bulls crashed the national scene. Cerminara went on a 34-match winning streak, smashing Stutzman’s mark and Mark Budd (133) also pulled off a first, as he upset a No. 1-ranked wrestler, Shawn Bunch of Edinboro, 6-4, marking the first time a UB grappler beat a Division I No. 1-ranked wrestler. Harold Sherrell (Hwt), a walk-on five years before, had one of the most memorable seasons in school history, winning 35 matches and a MAC Championship to earn a bid to the NCAA Championships, along with Budd and Cerminara. In all, the Bulls tied a school-record with seven placewinners at the MAC Championships and also posted a record six MAC Wrestler of the Week winners. Cerminara earned a No. 2-seed at the NCAA Championships, the highest-ever for a UB grappler before finishing in the top 12 at the event. The Bulls earned another winning dual meet record in 2006-07 and the

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program also welcomed another member to the exclusive 100-win club. Mark Budd joined that exclusive list when he capped his outstanding UB career with 104 victories and his second appearance at the NCAA Championships. In 2010-11, the team won a program-record four individual titles and finished third at the MAC championships. A record nine Bulls also placed in the postseason tournament and junior John-Martin Cannon was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler, the first Buffalo wrestler to ever earn that honor. Aside from the postseason success, the team also inducted two more members to the 100-win club, as senior Jimmy Hamel and junior Desi Green earning their membership. Green additionally became the first junior in program history to win 100 matches. In the national tournament, rising sophomore Mark Lewandowski made his name known among all of Division I. After barely losing to eventual national champion Bubba Jenkins of Arizona State late in the match, Lewandowski won three straight matches - including an upset of fifth seed Jesse Dong of Virginia Tech - en route to a top-12 finish. The 2011-12 season was one of growing pains for a young, and inexperienced team. The team still sent a pair of wrestlers to the national tournament: junior Mark Lewandowski for the second straight season, and redshirt freshman Max Soria. Senior Kevin Smith not only reached the 100-win mark for his career, but he also finished the season with 121 total wins (2nd most all time) and won a dual match on the final day of the regular season to pass Kyle Cerminara for the most career dual wins (with 52). Lewandowski won over 30 matches for the second straight year and set the single season record for most two-point near falls. For the fourth-straight season, a UB wrestler reached 100 career wins, as Mark Lewandowski reached the mark early in 2012-13. It was a difficult season for the Bulls, who won one dual but still sent four to the national tournament: Lewandowski, Soria, Cannon, and Blake Roulo. In the Spring of 2013, John Stutzman was named the 15th coach of the wrestling program. He returned to his alma mater after winning 97 duals in eight seasons as the head coach at Bloomsburg. The Bulls will offer plenty of talented youth as the next generation of Buffalo begins in 2013-14.

UB All-Time Captains Kirk Anderson....................... 1976-77, 1977-78 Paul Bailey................................................ 1987-88 Edward Bardol........................................ 1934-45 Dennis Bauer........................................... 1992-93 Don Beitelman........................................ 1949-50 Ryan Bentley.............................. 2001-02, 02-03 Don Bero................................................... 1950-51 Garrett Bontempo................................. 2002-03 Ron Brandt.................................. 1970-71, 71-72 Mark Budd................................... 2005-06, 06-07 Tony Butera.............................................. 1979-80 John-Martin Cannon............................ 2010-13 Jim Capone............................ 1987-88, 1988-89 Kyle Cerminara.......................... 2003-04, 05-06 Vince Cipolaro............................ 1951-52, 52-53 Gerald Coles............................................ 1954-55 Paul Curka................................................ 1978-79 Joe Downey............................................. 2000-01 Erik Drasgow........................................... 1975-76 John Eschenfelder.................... 1999-00, 00-01 Emad Faddoul......................................... 1974-75 Walter Ferguson..................................... 1951-52 Paul Fiorvant........................................... 1991-92 Gary Fowler................................ 1966-67, 67-68 Dave Guarino.......................................... 2001-02 Dave Grabenstatter.............................. 1990-91 Desi Green................................... 2009-10, 10-11 Eric Gross.................................................. 1996-97 Bruce Hadsell............................. 1975-76, 77-78 Jimmy Hamel..................................09-10, 10-11 Todd Hammerle..................................... 1991-92 John Hannah........................................... 1980-81 Garrett Hicks............................................ 2005-06 Dave Hickson................1984-85, 85-86, 86-87 Gene Hiller............................................... 1938-39 Jeff Howard.............................................. 1989-90 Marcus Hutchins....................... 1994-95, 95-96 Steve Irving................................. 1987-88, 88-89 Bill Jacoutot, Jr........................................ 2001-02 Bill Jacoutot, Sr....................................... 1973-74 Tom Jacoutot............................. 1978-79, 79-80 Tom Jobin.................................... 1982-83, 84-85 Shawn Kegel............................................ 1999-00 Steve Klein............................................... 1985-86 Eric Knuutila............................................ 1972-73 Andy Komarek........................................ 1983-84 Ted LaVigna............................................. 1957-58 Ted Lawson.............................................. 1971-72

Bill Leahy................................................... 1956-57 Guy Lucas.................................... 1981-82, 82-83 John Lucas............................................... 1980-81 John MacGamwell................................. 1936-37 Morris Macklin........................... 1955-56, 56-57 Bob Martineck........................................ 1976-77 Sean McLaughlin................................... 1994-95 Jeromy McVige....................................... 1997-98 Mickey Moran............................ 2007-08, 08-09 Ralph Morento........................................ 1955-56 George Movesian.................................. 1954-55 Joe Muscarella........................................ 1991-92 Jerry Nowakowski................................. 1973-74 Jeff Parker................................................. 2007-08 Jake Partlow............................................ 1999-00 Rob Pavis..................................... 1994-95, 95-96 Ed Pawlak................................................. 2003-04 Charles Pearson...................................... 1936-37 Julius Perlini................................ 1952-53, 53-54 Art Pittman.............................................. 1982-83 Tony Policare........................................... 1972-73 Pete Rao....................................... 1983-84, 84-85 Matt Ricci.................................................. 1998-99 Robert Rich.............................................. 1933-34 Dan Rosa................................................... 1980-81 Dean Salvaggio...................................... 1987-88 Brian Schaal............................................. 1998-99 Jake Schaus.............................................. 1998-99 Herbert Seubert..................................... 1939-40 Harold Sherrell........................................ 2005-06 Scott Slade............................................... 1981-82 Kevin Smith................................ 2009-10, 10-11 Anthony Spardaro................................. 1940-41 Bill Stanbro.................................. 1989-90, 90-91 Josh States............................................... 2000-01 Rich Steck................................................. 1939-40 John Stutzman.......................... 1996-97, 97-98 Mike Trotta............................................... 2003-04 Russ Sutherland..................................... 1986-87 John Valentic......................... 1961-62, 1962-63 Mike Valentic.................1958-59, 59-60, 60-61 Charlie Voorhees.................................... 2001-02 Jason Wartinger........................ 1995-96, 96-97 Mike Watson............................................ 1968-69 Todd Webb............................................... 1992-93 Ward White.............................................. 1937-38 Donald Worth......................................... 1953-54 Jim Young................................................. 1974-75

ROBERT E. RICH SR, LAST OF A SPECIAL BREED Food company giant never left Buffalo roots nor forgot his love of sports

It seems hard to imagine now, much less duplicate. A University at Buffalo graduate founding a one-horse, two truck dairy with his father’s $5,000 loan in 1937. Seventy years later, with family still in charge, Rich Products Corp. has $2.5 billion in annual sales and 7,000 employees in 85 countries. To paraphrase, is Buffalo a great place or what? Robert E. Rich Sr. (1913-2006) Considered the father of UB Wrestling for his contributions to the founding of the team in 1933.

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Robert E. Rich Sr. certainly thought so and showed it, for all his 92 years. When he passed away, his name was on his company, had been on the home of the Buffalo Bills in their Super Bowl years, on the prize given to the best wrestlers at UB and the Harvard Cup MVP award. He was also behind the Triple A baseball Bisons and Dunn Tire Park. He was in the Buffalo and UB sports halls of fame and on the Forbes list of the richest Americans. And it’s an easy guess which list he cares about the most.

He was one of the last century’s giants. The Rich, Knox, Jacobs, Schoellkopf and Butler familes led Buffalo. Their legacies in business, media and arts thrive today, and Rich’s overlooks the river from Niagara Street. Bob Rich Sr. once said his crowning professional achievement was receiving the second Frozen Food Industry Founders Award in 1976. The first went to Clarence Birdseye. But Rich’s happiest moment was coaching Riverside High to its first Harvard Cup in 1936. That blend of a man who built and ran a global business in the decades before computer required such thinking, and one who knew the names of UB wrestlers 60 years younger than him, speaks to his character. Like so many of his generation, he was a product of vision, hard work and drive to succeed. He gave the same back to his beloved Buffalo.

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Abdulgawi, Mohamed.......2011

Greg Bentley

Adams, Chuck........ 82-84 Adams, Donald...... 49-50 Adler, Brian.............. 79-80 Aguilar, Jim............. 88-89 Aiello, Joseph......... 62-63

Emad Faddoul

Alesius, Brian.......... 93-95 Alexander, Gordon.....66-68 Altvater, Jon..............2006 Anderson, Kirk....... 74-78 Ardieta, Leonard... 62-65 Ariola, Joe.......... 13-prs Aris, Mike................. 06-07 Aris, Vince................ 06-08 Ascone, Darren...... 93-97 Ashker, Angelo...... 01-02 Ashline, Jody.......... 03-04 Azzariti, Ron............ 83-84

Jimmy Hamel

Bill Jacoutot, Sr.

Tom Jobin

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-BBachman, Larry..... 72-74 Bager, William........ 71-72 Bailey, Paul.............. 84-88 Barbato, Jim............ 90-92 Barber, Jason.......... 96-97 Bardanis, Paul......... 80-82 Barnes, Patrick....... 72-73 Barringer, Ron........ 87-91 Bartosch, William.. 74-75 Bashaw, Rob........... 92-93 Bass, Eric.................. 84-88 Bates, Jim................. 88-89 Baudo, John............ 90-92 Bauer, Sean............. 06-07 Bauer, Dennis......... 91-94 Bauss......................... 33-34 Beaugard, Paul....... 66-68 Beaver, Gerald........ 59-60 Beck, Rob................. 84-88 Beichner, Jeremy... 99-00 Beitelman, Donald.....47-51 Bell, Harry................ 67-70 Beltrami, John........ 70-71 Benjamin, James.13-prs Benson, Jon............ 78-79 Benson, Mike.......... 91-92 Bentley, Greg.......... 96-99 Bentley, Ryan.......... 98-03 Bernatz, Kenneth.. 71-73 Bero, Donald........... 49-51 Betts, Kenneth....... 09-10 Bishop, Dan............. 05-10 Black, Labe.............. 00-03 Black, Ryan.............. 08-09 Blalock, William..... 60-61 Blazkiewicz, John.. 70-71 Blinsky, Scott.......... 79-80 Blowers, Jake.......... 02-07 Bogardus, Matt...... 08-10 Bona, Joe................. 78-79 Bontempo, Garrett.....99-03 Booth, Greg............ 86-87 Booth, Shawn......... 87-88 Bopp, Richard......... 75-76

Borrelli, Frank......... 73-74 Borrelli, Gary........... 99-00 Bottone, Butch....... 77-79 Boucard, Dwayne. 88-89 Boyle, James........... 49-50 Brady, Pat................. 09-12 Brandt, Ron............. 70-72 Brantico, Jeff........... 92-93 Braun, W................... 46-47 Breed, Jim................ 75-76 Bremer, Richard..... 46-48 Breon, Bill................. 80-81 Brinkworth, Kevin.61-63 Brittain, Caleb........ 95-99 Brooker, Scott......... 85-86 Bronson, Rickey.........10-12

Brown, Dennis....... 88-92 Brown, Ed................ 68-71 Brown, Jason.......... 06-10 Brown, Jeff.............. 86-90 Brown, Michael...... 99-01 Brown, Shawn........ 09-10 Budd, Mark.............. 02-07 Bulling, Kevin......... 93-96 Bullock, Ward......... 53-54 Bunch, Robert........ 61-62 Burchfield, Casey.. 02-04 Burr, Daniel............. 65-67 Burton, Steve.......... 80-81 Butera, Tony............ 77-80 Bystrak, Matthew.. 92-93 -CCabezudo, Luis...... 85-89 Cacciatore, Many.. 78-79 Campana, Jake.. 13-prs Cannata, Dave........ 91-92 Cannon, John-Martin.... 08-13

Capone, Jim............ 87-89 Caretenuto, Ralph.92-95 Carlon, Danny........ 99-01 Carnrite, Joshua.... 97-00 Carone, John.......... 62-63 Caros, Chad............. 97-98 Carotenuto, Ralph.92-93 Carriero, Frank........ 47-48 Carroll, Brian........... 85-87 Carson, Todd........... 88-89 Carty, Mike.............. 87-88 Caruso, Paul............ 92-93 Cave, W..................... 46-47 Cellino, Dave.......... 80-81 Cellino, Joe.............. 80-81 Cellino, Ross............ 51-52 Cerminara, Kyle..... 01-06 Cesar, Benjamin..... 48-50 Cesari, Joseph........ 59-62 Chamberlin, Ray.... 53-54 Chamoun, George.92-97 Chamoun, Lou....... 97-99 Chapman, Ralph... 35-38 Charpentier, Albert....72-74 Chase, Gary............. 90-92 Chirayath, Tom....... 85-86 Christofferson, Eric.....88-89 Churder, Paul.......... 76-77 Ciner, Jon................. 69-71

Cipolaro, Vincent... 50-53 Cipriano, Tony........ 54-55 Cirillo, Joe................ 75-77 Clancy, Pat............... 96-97 Clark, Dave.............. 86-88 Clark, Daymond.... 75-76 Clayback, Ronald.. 59-62 Coleman, Mace...... 73-74 Coleman, Tim......... 85-87 Coles, Gerald.......... 54-55 Collins, Jason.......... 93-96 Conger...................... 33-34 Connelly, Richard.. 84-86 Conner, Nick........... 84-85 Conte, Anthony..... 91-95 Conti, Chris.............. 08-12 Cooper, Ben............ 99-02 Cooper, Gary.......... 98-03 Cooper, Mike.......... 01-03 Corcoll, W................. 46-47 Cordova, Mitch...... 88-90 Correll, Brett............ 08-12 Costanzo, Al............ 66-67 Cotter, Jeff............... 76-77 Craig, Paul............... 72-73 Crays, Mark.............. 88-92 Crisafulli, Eric.......... 93-95 Crisafulli, John....... 07-11 Crisafulli, Josh........ 00-02 Crisafulli, Rennie... 93-95 Crocoll, William...... 47-48 Cruz, Robert............ 91-93 Cummings, John... 05-08 Cunningham, John....66-67 Cunningham, Mel.71-72 Curka, Paul.............. 77-79 Curl, Tom.................. 02-03 Currie, Dave............ 86-88 Cushing, Dick......... 65-67 Cuthbert.................. 33-34 -DDabolt, Dylan......... 07-10 Daddino, Patrick.... 07-08 Davies, Jack............. 56-58 Davis, Walt............... 73-75 Day, Frank................ 10-11 DeAugustine, Vince. 97-98 Define, Gary............ 89-90 DeGregario, Nunzio.85-88 Dehney, Matt..... 10-prs Delia, Dennis.......... 73-75 DelSignore, Michael.99-01 DeMarco, Bobby... 84-85 Dennis, Chris.......... 02-03 Detwiler, John........ 59-60 Devin, Gary............. 75-77 DiLullo, Albert........ 36-37 DiSciullo, Matt........ 82-83 DiSciullo, Robert... 81-83 Dixon, Bill................. 94-95 Dolan, Martin......... 49-50 Donatelli, Todd...... 88-91 Donner, James.........2010 Donohoe, Michael.62-65 Dowdell, Brian....... 94-96

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Golba, Taylor........... 08-12 Goldberg, Samuel.36-38 Goldschmidt, Werner.....50-51 Gormley, Dan......... 11-12 Grabenstatter, David....89-91 Graber, Mike........... 02-03 Gracza, John........... 50-51 Graff, Tom................ 06-08 Grandits, Paul......... 73-78 Grecco, John........... 82-84 Greco, Marty........... 87-91 Green, Desi.............. 07-11 Greene, Corey........ 06-08 Greene, Stanley..... 85-89 Griffin, Jim............... 78-81 Grillo, Adam............ 99-03 Gross, Eric................ 96-97 Guagliano, Joel...... 84-85 Guarino, David....... 97-02 Guarino, Roy........... 71-73 Guest, Dave............. 56-57 Gullia, Henry........... 65-68 Guptill, Chuck........ 89-90 Guy, Marcus............ 95-99 -HHadsell, Bill.............. 80-81 Hadsell, Bruce........ 73-78 Haggerty, Jim......... 84-85 Hain, Harry.............. 53-54 Halberstadt, Howard....85-86 Hall, Mark................. 88-92 Hall, Richard............ 59-60 Hamamjian, Seb.... 69-70 Hamel, Jimmy........ 06-11 Hamilton, Edward.72-74 Hamm, Adam......... 96-00 Hammerle, Todd... 88-92 Hannah, John......... 78-81 Hanzlik, Stephen... 60-61 Haradon-Keane, Ben....02-04 Harder, Pat............... 69-71 Harhara, Ameen........... 2011 Harwood, Vincent.81-82 Hasbrouck, Brian... 83-84 Hassan, Peter.......... 73-74 Haverly, lloyd.......... 35-36 Heckathorn, Ben... 94-96 Heidt, Robert.......... 65-66 Heiserman, Justin.......11-13 Hernandez, Joe...... 96-98 Hershman, Dave... 70-74 Hershman, Richard....68-70 Hesslink, John........ 63-64 Hickey, Andrew..... 81-82 Hicks, Garrett.......... 01-06 Hickson, Brian........ 85-86 Hickson, Dave........ 84-87 Higley, Andrew...... 81-82 Hiller, Eugene......... 37-40 Hilliard, Jason......... 05-07 Hino, Earle............... 53-54 Hittle, Brian............. 08-10 Cory Hollister..... 13-prs Hood, Wesley......... 81-82 Hosler, Dave............ 67-68


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Howard, Jeff............. 86-90 Howard, Mike.......... 81-82 Howard, Paul........... 90-91 Howes, Ryan..............2012 Hughes, James........ 81-84 Hughes, John.......... 76-79 Hunt, Clarence........ 94-96 Hunt, James............. 90-91 Hutchins, Marcus....... 91-96 -IIllg, Kiel...................... 02-03 Imm, Chuck.............. 86-88 Inclema, Sam........... 84-86 Irving, Steve............. 85-89 Izzo, Carlo................. 06-07 -JJackson, Mike.......... 91-92 Jackson, Robert...... 62-65 Jacoutot Jr., Bill....... 97-02 Jacoutot, Sr., Bill..... 72-74 Jacoutot, Mike........ 77-78 Jacoutot, Tom.......... 77-80 Janis, Mike................ 54-55 Jarman, Matt........... 94-95 Jay, Mark................... 71-72 Jerge, Earl................. 41-42 Jobin, Tom................ 81-85 Johnson, C................ 46-47 Johnson, Ken........... 92-95 Johnson, Paul.......... 92-93 Jones, Keith.............. 96-98 Jones, Steven.......... 68-70 Judd, Pat................... 50-51 Jung, Elmer.............. 47-49 -KKadircan, Serfer...... 83-84 Kaiser, Sam............... 46-48 Kalinowski, Marcus.....92-93 Katz, Bill..................... 66-67 Kearney, Robert...... 89-93 Kegel, Shawn........... 99-01 Kehoe, Paul.............. 56-58 Keller, Norman........ 63-66 Kelley, Steve............. 79-81 Kidder, Russell......... 35-36 Kidwell, Nate........... 91-93 Kikuchi, Taisei.......... 97-01 King, Mark................ 79-81 Klein, Donald........... 95-98 Klein, Steve.............. 84-86 Kloc, Jimmy.............. 12-13 Knapp, Chris............ 90-92 Knox, Barry............... 59-60 Knuutila, David....... 71-73 Kolba, Jon................. 07-08 Kolly, Stephen......... 66-67 Komarek, Andrew........81-85 Konikoff, Reuben.........35-36 Kopalek, John......... 71-73 Korshak, Stoner...... 91-93 Koshinski, Jake........ 07-08 Kryszcuk, Chester........46-49 Kucharski, Ted......... 73-75 Kumm, Gary............. 70-73 Kumm, Ron.............. 70-71 Kusiowski, Daniel.........92-93

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Laipple, Bill............... 86-88 Lamb, James............ 71-74 Lamb, Ray................. 02-07 Landel, Robert........ 49-50 Landro, Sal................ 81-82 Lang, Paul................. 67-70 Langdon, Ron......... 73-74 Langworthy, Pat.......2011 Lanno, Carl............... 52-53 Laracy, Tyler............. 05-06 LaRocque, Ronald........53-54 Laurentino, Joe....... 80-81 LaVigna, Ted............ 55-58 Lawson, Edward..... 71-72 Lawson, Theodore..... 72-73 Leahy, William......... 54-56 LeBlanc, Duane....... 81-82 Lechner, Greg.......... 86-87 Ledeck, Steve.......... 91-92 Lee, Ben..................... 03-04 Lehman, Charles.... 71-73 Lehman, Taylor....... 98-00 Leipler, Robert........ 47-48 Lemmo, Chris.......... 92-96 Lempka, Cory.......... 07-09 Lennon, Paul............ 80-81 Lent, Richard........... 72-73 LeRoy, Steve............ 76-77 Letson, Doug........... 73-74 Levine, Daniel......... 40-41 Lewandowski, Leon....... 54-55 Lewandowski, Mark.... 08-13

Licata, Sam............... 47-49 Lindsey, Jim............. 80-81 Linske, Kurt.............. 75-77 Lister, Pat.................. 02-03 Lloyd, Pat.................. 03-08 Lloyd Jones, Thomas........ 72-75 Lock, Tony...........12-prs Long, Samuel.......... 35-36 Lontrato, Edward..........63-65 Loomis, James...............10-12 Love, Josh................. 02-03 Lowry, Doug............ 81-85 Lozano, Justin......... 11-13 Lucas, Guy................ 81-83 Lucas, John.............. 79-81 Luick, Mike............... 90-94 Lux, Jarred..........12-prs -MMacera, James........ 51-52 MacGamwell, John....... 36-37 MacKellar, Bruce..... 66-67 MacKellar, Russ....... 66-67 Macklin, Moses....... 54-57 Maines, Mark........... 87-88 Majerus, Ron............ 08-11 Mak, Tab.................... 77-78 Malay, Patrick.......... 81-83 Malvestuto, Angelo....12-prs Mamet, Allen........... 85-86 Mangan, Todd......... 92-93 Mangione, Joe........ 86-88 Mantrone, Bruce.... 76-77 Manzur, Gus............. 04-06 Maquet, Eric............. 83-84 Marcello, Fred......... 71-73 Marcus, M................. 46-47 Marcus, Marvin....... 38-40 Margliano, Lee........ 91-92

Mariacher, Reece.... 07-08 Marianetti, Alex...... 08-09 Marino, Mark........... 80-82 Marone, Steve......... 78-79 Marsch, Jack............ 70-71 Martin, Armand...... 60-61 Martineck, Bob....... 73-77 Mason, Jedd............ 08-13 Massaro, Frank........ 77-78 Massaro, Mike......... 82-83 Maziarz, Wally........ 10-prs Mazzeo, Arturo....... 95-98 McAllister, William.49-50 McBryde, Mustafa.. 91-95 McCarthy, Michael......85-86 McCarthy, Rich........ 87-88 McConnell, Ian........ 96-01 McGivern, Mike...... 80-81 McGuire, John......... 86-87 McKeever, Dick....... 57-58 McKnight, Mark...... 03-05 McLaughlin, Sean.. 93-95 McNamara, Jim....... 88-92 McVige, Jeromy...... 93-98 Meissner, Jerry........ 67-70 Meranto, Ralph....... 55-57 Merk, Tony................ 82-83 Messinger, Samuel......41-42 Meyers, Greg........... 93-96 Meyers, Rich............ 93-95 Micek, Josh.............. 09-11 Miller, Donald.......... 54-55 MIller, Jeff................. 09-10 Miller, John............... 99-00 Miller, Robert........... 59-60 Miner, William......... 64-66 Misener, John.......... 65-68 Mitchell, Dave......... 76-78 Modera, Jim............. 83-84 Mohre, Jeff............... 91-92 Molnar, Jamie.......... 86-87 Molnar, Jim.............. 82-83 Molnar, Leslie.......... 51-52 Molnar, Michael...... 85-86 Monin, Mark............ 76-77 Montesanti, Sam.... 07-08 Montesanti, Dom.........11-13 Montroy, Joseph.... 98-02 Moore, Kevin........... 91-92 Moran, Mickey........ 04-09 Mordente, Joe......... 87-89 Mordente, Ralph.... 88-90 Morrell, Michael..... 63-64 Morrison, Ritchie.... 82-83 Moss, Wilfred........... 91-94 Movesian, George.53-55 Muldrow, Steven.... 05-06 Muntz, Brandon.. 13-prs Muscarella, Joe....... 90-92 Muzi, Carl.................. 85-86 -NNdokaj, Rrok.......13-prs Nebelecky, Chris.... 04-06 Needle, Ryan........... 05-08 Nelson, David.......... 55-57 Ness, Chris................ 77-78 Newton, Tyler........ 12-prs Ng, Anthony............ 06-07 Nichols, Alan............ 73-75 Nicorta, Rich............ 88-92

Norman, Mike........ 55-56 Northrup, Tyler...... 85-87 Northrup, John.... 12-prs Nowakowski, Jerome.....72-74 -OO’Brachta, Jefff...... 79-80 O’Donnell, Eugene.....47-49 Oliveri, Tony............ 75-79 Olnas, Stephen...... 71-74 Olschewski, Chris.. 96-97 Ordonez, Phillip..... 03-05 Orta, John................ 86-89 O’Sullivan, John..... 78-81 Oswald, Robert...... 46-49 -PPacillo, Gerald........ 97-98 Pacillo, Robert........ 94-97 Paladino, Tom......... 00-03 Palmeri, Jeff............ 11-13 Pankow, Bradley.... 35-36 Pantelis, Demetrios....96-98 Pantle, Michael...... 96-97 Parker, Jeff............... 04-08 Parker, Ron.............. 73-75 Parrott, Mike........... 86-87 Partlow, Jacob........ 96-00 Pavis, Rob................ 91-96 Pawlak, Ed............... 03-04 Payne, Bill................ 96-97 Pearl, Robert........... 50-53 Pearson, Charles.... 35-37 Perez, Felix.............. 00-01 Perez, Roberto....... 85-87 Perez, Tristan.......... 00-01 Perlini, Julius........... 51-54 Pesce, Michael....... 81-82 Pessa, Charlie......... 95-00 Peter, Tyler............... 08-12 Peters, Josh............. 08-11 Petz, Michael.......... 63-64 Pheifer, Raymond. 74-77 Picozzi, Mike........... 85-86 Piedimonte, Eric.... 05-06 Pidel, Marty............. 82-83 Pie, Rick.................... 79-80 Pierce, Ed................. 86-87 Pifer, Joseph............ 56-57 Pittinaro, Ted.......... 83-84 Pittman, Pat............ 83-84 Pittman, Arthur..... 81-83 Poles, Edgar............ 63-64 Policare, Anthony. 71-73 Poulsen, Dan.......... 95-96 Powell, William....... 46-48 Powers, Jason......... 91-93 Price, Fritx................ 47-49 Priest, Robert.......... 81-85 Prince, Bill................ 00-02 Prunella, Warren.... 60-62 Pryce, Stuart........... 85-89 Pusateri.................... 33-34 -QQuattrone, Dave.... 69-71 -RRagin, Mark............. 82-83 Ragusa, Mike.......... 03-08 Raines, Justin.......... 91-93

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Shannon, Mike........ 04-07 Shapiro, Adam........ 98-99 Shapiro, Steve......... 83-85 Sharp, Andy............. 84-87 Sheehan, Brian..............09-11 Sherrell, Harold....... 01-06 Short, Michael......... 97-98 Shur, Joe.................... 85-86 Siegel, Eric................ 97-98 Silvestri, Rick............ 75-78 Silvis, Mike..........13-prs Simon, Shahean..... 75-76 Slade, Scott.............. 78-82 Small, Alvin.............. 36-37 Smallidge, Joe......... 91-92 Smith, Cliff................ 01-06 Smith, Kevin............ 07-12 Smith, Kyle............... 10-11 Smyth, Kenneth..... 48-49 Snape, Jason............ 88-89 Snyder, Paul............. 54-57 Sofia, Mark............... 76-77 Sorenson, Geoff..... 96-98 Soria, Max.......2010-prs Soria, Mike......2010-prs Soto, Jose.................. 83-84 Spadaro, Anthony.38-40 Spinelli, Victor......... 84-87 St. Clair, Alan............ 95-98 Stanbro, Bill.............. 87-91 Stangl, Al................... 76-77 States, Joshua......... 97-01 Steck, Richard......... 37-40 Steinbrecher, Eric... 88-89 Stella, Andrew......... 05-10 Stever, Scott............. 68-70 Stiglitis, Avery......... 65-66 Stoerr, Keith............. 09-10 Stowell, Richard...... 36-37 Stuart, Douglas....... 72-74 Stuart, William......... 48-50 Stutzman, John...... 95-98 Styer, E....................... 46-47 Stylinger, Bill............ 66-67 Sullivan, William..... 47-48 Sutherland, Russ.... 85-87 Syed, Umar............... 00-01 -TTaylor, Keith............. 83-84 Tercho, Jerry............ 57-58 Testa, Len.................. 83-84 Tharp, Mike.............. 68-69 Theirman, Don........ 86-88 Therrien, Ryan....12-prs Thomas, Greg.......... 03-06 Thurnay, Tim............ 91-92 Tingue, Doug.......... 76-77 Toal, Eric.................... 89-90 Tobias, Rory............. 00-01 Todora, Ryan.......13-prs Torres, Milt................ 83-84 Toth, A........................ 46-47 Toy, Ted...................... 83-84 Triftshauser, Roger......55-56 Tripodi, Steve.......... 76-77 Trotta, Mike.............. 02-04 Tufaro, Anthony.. 13-prs Tummino, Frank..... 84-85 Tundo, Dave............ 77-78 Tundo, Gene............ 75-77

Tyrrell, Ed.................. 75-79 Tyrrell, Jim................ 80-85 -UUpper, Charles........ 49-50 Urbanowicz, Arthur.. 37-38 Ureitti, George........ 49-50 Utz, Andy.................. 86-90 -VValentic, John.......... 60-63 Valentic, Michael.... 58-61 Van Wie, Andy......... 87-89 Vandenberg, Brian......66-68 Vaughn, Tyler.......... 04-05 Veney, Evan.............. 05-08 Veres, Bob................. 70-72 Veronica, Lawrence... 61-62 Vigliotti, Chris.......... 07-09 Vink, Joshua............. 92-94 Von Balith, Imre.........66-67 Voorhees, Charlie............97-02 -WWalgate, Dan........... 67-70 Walton, Sean........... 09-12 Ward, Zach............... 10-12 Warner, Phillip......... 59-60 Warnock, Pete......... 57-58 Warren, Sidney....... 37-40 Wartinger, Jason.... 94-97 Waste, Jake............... 11-12 Watson, Matt........... 09-10 Watson, Mike........... 67-69 Watson, Paul............ 56-57 Webb, Todd.............. 90-93 Weber, Jason........... 06-10 Weigel, Austin.....13-prs Wellmon, Bernard........61-62 Wende, John............ 36-37 Westler, Ira................ 84-85 Wettlaufer, Dale...... 66-69 Wheeler, Jeff............ 76-78 White, Ward............. 36-38 Whitton, Matt.......... 92-94 Wielechowski, Mike....... 90-92

Wiggin, Leon........... 52-53 Wilson, Joe............... 06-08 Wisiek, Martin......... 41-42 Wloch, John............. 60-61 Woidzik, Fran........... 55-57 Wolanyk, Steve....... 87-88 Woogen, Bruce....... 73-74 Worden, Alan.......... 64-65 Worth, Donald........ 53-55 Woznek, Kevin........ 72-73 Wright, Ben.............. 87-88 Wright, Charles....... 72-75 Wyckoff, Marty........ 87-90 -YYeostros, Sarantos..........52-53 Young, Chris............ 96-98 Young, Jim................ 73-75 -ZZack, Dave................ 81-82 Zatko, Steven.......... 53-54 Zuk.............................. 33-34 Zwolinski, Alfred.......49-51

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