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Navy Coaching Staff Interim Head Coach Brian Antonelli Asst. Coaches Danny Song & Lloyd Rogers 2013-14 Navy Midshipmen 2013-14 Roster 2013-14 Breakdown by Weight Class Midshipmen Bios

2013-14 Navy Wrestling Schedule

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Review 2012-13 Season In Review 2013 EIWA Championship 2013 NCAA Championship

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Record Book All-Time Series Records 2013-14 Dual Meet Opponents Army-Navy Rivalry Tournament History Year-By-Year Records Year-By-Year Results All-Time Letterwinners Navy Career / Single-Season Records EIWA Championship History NCAA Championship History

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General Information

Location Annapolis, Md. Founded October 10, 1845 Enrollment 4,400 Nickname Midshipmen or Mids Colors Navy Blue and Gold Conference EIWA Facility Halsey Field House (5,000) Superintendent Vice Adm. Mike Miller, USN Director of Athletics Chet Gladchuk Athletics Web Site www.navysports.com

Coaching Staff

Interim Head Coach Brian Antonelli Alma Mater Navy ‘97 Navy Record 0-0 (First Yr.) Career Record 0-0 (First Yr.) Antonelli’s Office Phone 410-293-5833 Antonelli’s Email antonell@usna.edu Assistant Coach Danny Song Alma Mater Iowa ‘08 Song’s Office Phone 410-293-4631 Song’s Email song@usna.edu Assistant Coach Lloyd Rogers Alma Mater Tennessee at Chattanooga ‘08 Rogers’ Office Phone 410-293-3011 Rogers Email rogers@usna.edu

Sports Information

Wrestling SID Stacie Michaud Office Phone 410-293-8773 Email michaud@usna.edu SID Fax 410-293-8954

Date Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 23 Dec. 6-7 Dec. 14 Jan. 1-2 Jan. 4 Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 18 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 8 Feb. 21 March 7-8 March 20-22 All Times Eastern * EIWA Opponents

Opponent Blue and Gold (Wesley Brown Field House) at Michigan State Open at Hokie Open at Roadrunner Open Navy Classic (Wesley Brown Field House) at Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational at Boston University at Southern Scuffle at Franklin & Marshall Open Maryland (Alumni Hall) at Lehigh at Shorty Hitchcock Open at North Carolina at All Academy Championship at American Army (Alumni Hall) at EIWA Championship at NCAA Championship

Navy Wrestling History

All-Time Record NCAA Tournament Appearances / Last NCAA Championships / Last All-Americans / Last EIWA Championships / Last EIWA Individual Champions / Last

Time Site 7:00 pm Annapolis, Md. All Day East Lansing, Mich. All Day Blacksburg, Va. All Day Fresno, Calif. All Day Annapolis, Md. All Day Las Vegas, Nev. 7:00 pm Boston, Mass. All Day Chattanooga, Tenn. All Day Lancaster, Pa. 7:30 pm Annapolis, Md. 7:30 pm Bethlehem, Pa. All Day Millersville, Pa. 1:00 pm Chapel Hill, N.C. All Day New London, Conn. 7:00 pm Washington, D.C. 7:00 pm Annapolis, Md. All Day Philadelphia, Pa. All Day Stillwater, Okla.

857-287-26 (105 Yrs.) 65 / 2013 3 / 1973 61 / 2011 13 / 1990 91 / 2013

Team Information

2012-13 Dual Meet Record 6-1 2012-13 EIWA Record 3-1 EIWA Tournament 2nd / 14 teams (117.5 Pts) NCAA Tournament T49th / 72 teams (3 Pts) Letterwinners Returning/Lost 23/10 Starters Returning/Lost 6/4 NCAA Qualifiers Returning/Lost 3/3

Starters Returning (6) Wt. Name Yr. 125 Patrick Prada Jr. 133 Colton Rasche Jr. 141 Joe Locksmith Sr. 149 Raymond Borja • Sr. 165 Peyton Walsh • Jr. 174 Mathew Miller • Fr. • 2013 NCAA qualifier

Hometown Laurel, Md. Plano, Ill. Kissimmee, Fla. Virginia Beach, Va. Glen Allen, Va. Edgewood, Md.

— 2012-13 — Overall Dual 19-11 1-4 19-12 4-3 17-16 2-3 24-9 3-2 28-13 6-1 24-7 5-2

— Career — Overall Dual 23-23 1-8 22-13 4-3 34-35 5-10 36-25 3-6 42-24 9-4 24-7 5-2

Hometown River Forest, Ill. Fairmont, W.Va. Stafford, Va. Berlin, Md.

— 2012-13 — Overall Dual 32-8 4-1 31-15 4-3 27-9 6-1 21-13 5-2

— Career — Overall Dual 67-29 12-6 75-46 9-10 83-40 16-5 66-41 18-6

Starters Lost (4)

Wt. Name Yr. 157 Bobby Barnhisel • Sr. 165 Mason Bailey • Sr. 197 Oscar Huntley • Sr. 285 Dan Miller Sr. • 2013 NCAA qualifier

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Brian Antonelli

Danny Song

Interim Head Coach

Assistant Coach

Naval Academy graduate Brian Antonelli, who is in his eighth season as a member of the Navy coaching staff, will serve as the interim head coach during the 2013-14 season. A former Captain in the Marine Corps and letterwinner for the Midshipmen wrestling program, Antonelli joined the program in August of 2006 and has brought with him a wealth of experience and leadership both on and off the mat to the Navy wrestling program. Antonelli has played an instrumental role in Navy’s recruiting since joining the staff, bringing in two-time All-American (2009, ‘11) and four-time NCAA qualifier Bryce Saddoris, who became the Mids’ all-time winningest wrestler in 2011 behind a 147-40 record. Saddoris is only the fourth different wrestler in program history to reach 40 wins in a season, while his 43 wins were just one shy of tying the all-time single-season record set by Mark Conley in 2002 and later tied by Matt Stolpinski in 2007. Meanwhile, in 2008-09, NCAA qualifier Luke Rebertus turned in 36 wins as a rookie, the most wins by a freshman since Tyrone Neal’s 37 victories in 1998-99. In August of 2005, Antonelli left the Marine Corps and earned his first coaching position when The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey hired him as its head wrestling coach. There he helped mold two New Jersey Prep State Champions and one of his pupils garnered All-America recognition at the national tournament. In addition to his wrestling duties, he served as quarterback and special teams coach of the football team. A New Jersey native, Antonelli graduated from the McDonogh School in 1992 where was the Maryland State Wrestling Champion at 160 pounds and a two-time all-state football player. He went on to spend a year at Blair Academy in 1993, winning the 160pound prep state title and was the quarterback of the undefeated state championship football team. As a member of the Midshipmen wrestling team, he earned letters in 1996 and ‘97. As a senior, he was the recipient of the H.McCoy Memorial Award, given to that midshipmen that displays the “highest degree of athletic leadership and competitive spirit.” Antonelli graduated from the Naval Academy in 1997 and was commissioned a 2nd Lt. in the Marine Corps. Prior to receiving his first assignment in the Marine Corps as Production Control Officer for MALS 26 in 1998, he spent five months wrestling for the Marine Corps team in Quantico. Between August of 1999 and ‘02, he was the MMCO for HMM-266 and for the 24th MEU. In the summer of 2001, he participated in Operation Rapid Cheetah where he patrolled the borders between Kosovo and Bosnia. In August of 2002, Antonelli returned to the Naval Academy where he served as an Admissions Officer for three years and was a USMC Green Belt instructor. In addition, he returned to his wrestling roots and served as the officer representative for the Midshipmen wrestling program. Antonelli’s older brother, Jay, is a 1992 graduate of the Naval Academy and was a two-year letterwinner for the Midshipmen wrestling team. He has continued his involvement in the wrestling community serving on the Greco-Roman coaching staff at the 2000, ‘04 and ‘08 Olympic Games, as well as many other U.S. international tour teams. In 2006, it was announced that he was selected to assist USA Wrestling National Greco-Roman Coach Steve Fraser at the 2007 World Championships. In addition, he served as the head coach of the 2002 World Cup team and four CISM World Military Championship teams. In 1998, he was named the USA Wrestling Greco-Roman Coach of the Year. He retired in the summer of 2012 as a Major in the Marine Corps and serves as the team’s volunteer assistant. Antonelli and his wife, Susie, are the parents of two daughters, Katie and Samantha and two sons, Christopher and Michael.

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Danny Song is in his first season as an assistant coach at the Naval Academy, after coming aboard in the summer of 2013. A 2008 graduate of the University of Iowa, Song began his coaching career serving as an assistant coach and strength coordinator for his alma mater in 2009. During Song’s tenure, the Hawkeyes won the 2010 NCAA Championship and Big Ten Tournament crowns, while earning Big Ten regular-season titles in 2010 and 2011. The Hawks finished third at the NCAA Championship in 2011 and 2012. In addition to his position at the University of Iowa, Song served as an administrator, coach and competitor with the Hawkeye Wrestling Club. As an integral member of the Hawkeye Wrestling Club, Song knows first-hand the importance of his role in supporting and developing student-athletes who aspire to compete for World and Olympic gold medals. Following three seasons at Iowa, Song moved on to Bloomsburg where he saw the Huskies finish the 2012-13 campaign with a 17-3 dual meet record, while closing out the year ranked 15th by USA Today/ Amateur Wrestling News/National Wrestling Coaches Association. Bloomsburg also won the EWL Conference dual meet title outright and qualified six wrestlers for the NCAA Championship. Shortly after the completion of the 2013 championship season, Song served as interim head coach. Song has also leant his expertise to a number of camps over the years, including at the Naval Academy, the Brands-Gable Summer Camps and in his hometown with the Hauppauge Youth Organization camp systems. Song is engaged to Erin Cunnane, who is the volunteer coach for the Navy men’s swimming team.

Lloyd Rogers Assistant Coach Lloyd Rogers is in his first season as an assistant coach at the Naval Academy, after coming aboard in the fall of 2013. Rogers comes to Annapolis after serving as an intern with the University of Iowa wrestling program where he was involved in all aspects of the program including sitting on the committee for the Dirty Hawk Mudder, the Hawkeye Wrestling Club fundraiser. Additionally, Rogers served as the Eastern Iowa Wrestling Club coach for the last year and was a member of the Hawkeye Wrestling Club from 2009 to 2013. Rogers was a standout wrestler at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga where he was a two-time NCAA qualifier (174 lbs), a Southern Conference champion and the 2008 Southern Conference Wrestler of the Year. As a freestyle wrestler, Rogers claimed the 2009 University National title after placing as the runner-up a year prior. He finished seventh at the 2010 US Open and sixth in 2011. He competed in the World Team Trial in 2009, ‘10 and ‘11 in preparation to compete in the 2012 Olympic Trials. Rogers has also leant his leadership and experience to a number of camps over the years, including at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, the University of Iowa, the Workhorse Wrestling Camps and the Wrestle the World Camps to name a few. An Academic All-Southern Conference selection and member of the honor roll, Rogers graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in criminal justice. He received his Master of Science in kinesiology and sport management from the University of Central Missouri in 2012.


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2013-14 Navy Wrestling Roster Name Gary Albright Dakota Beach Alex Bergman David Borden Raymond Borja Bobby Burg Brenden Campbell Jonathan Clemente Colynn Cook Connor Coyle Robert Davis Trey Duncan Willie Fox Taylor French Dustin Fuller Ryan Harman Ryan Hedgcorth Ben Hunter Alex Johnson Zach Johnson Brendan Kahle John Keck Jordan Krulik Quentin Leadbeter Dane Lemmon Joe Locksmith James Mannier Thomas Manning Kevin Marvel Mathew Miller William Miller Bradford Mills Tee Nguyen Blake Peek Walter Pope Patrick Prada Paul Rands Colton Rasche Andrew Roche Luke Schaeffer Edward Schultz Joseph Simpson Max Smith Cody Solari Matthew Sommers Ethan Stanley Kaden Steingruber Jericho Urmenita Colton Van’t Hof Cam Wade Peyton Walsh Johnny Watson Stout Watson Robert Winning Michael Woulfe

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

Wt. 184 133 165 174 149 157 125 141 285 174 141 157 149 125 157 184 133 149 149 157 285 165 174 141 125 141 184 184 197 174 184 285 141 149 157 141 197 133 165 197 157 165 157 165 125 285 157 133 184 157 165 165 174 174 184

Hometown / High School Sparks, Nev. / Bishop Manogue Catholic Rio Rico, Ariz. / Rio Rico Oak Harbor, Ohio / Oak Harbor Rupert, Idaho / Minico Virginia Beach, Va. / Hayfield Secondary Gasport, N.Y. / Mercersburg Academy New Castle, Ind. / New Castle Troy, N.Y. / La Salle Institute Murrysville, Pa. / The Kiski School Union, Ky. / Ryle Stuttgart, Germany / Patch Spring Grove, Pa. / Spring Grove Area Gilroy, Calif. / Gilroy Forsyth, Mont. / Forsyth Sioux City, Iowa / North West Linn, Ore. / West Linn Jacksonville, N.C. / White Oak Harrisonville, Mo. / Harrisonville Memphis, Tenn. / Christian Brothers Memphis, Tenn. / Christian Brothers Abingdon, Md. / Jackson Liberty (N.J.) Wading River, N.Y. / Shoreham-Wading River Martinsville, Ind. / Martinsville Owings, Md. / Northern California, Md. / Leonardtown Kissimmee, Fla. / Osceola Troy, Ohio / Graham Tooele, Utah / Tooele Cordova, Md. / McDonogh Edgewood, Md. / The John Carroll School Chinook, Mont. / Chinook Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. / St. Thomas Aquinas Klamath Falls, Ore. / Klamath Union Odessa, Mo. / Odessa Framingham, Mass. / Framingham Laurel, Md. / DeMatha Catholic Cary, Ill. / Cary-Grove (Northwestern Univ.) Plano, Ill. / Montini Catholic Vail, Ariz. / Cienega Carmel, Ind. / Westfield Vienna, Va. / James Madison Benson, Ariz. / Benson Union Arlington, Va. / Charles E. Smith Jewish Day Sergeant Bluff, Iowa / Sergeant Bluff-Luton Mt. Prospect, Ill. / Notre Dame College Prep Saugerties, N.Y. / Saugerties Meridian, Idaho / Rocky Mountain Auburn, Wash. / Auburn Mountainview Sioux Center, Iowa / Sioux Center Stanwood, Wash. / Archbishop Murphy Glen Allen, Va. / Deep Run Lexington, N.C. / Forsyth Country Day Lexington, N.C. / Forsyth Country Day Poolesville, Md. / Poolesville Oak Park, Ill. / Oak Park River Forest

Interim Head Coach: Brian Antonelli (8th season, Navy ‘97) Assistant Coach: Danny Song (1st season, Iowa ‘08 ) Assistant Coach: Lloyd Rogers (1st season, Tennessee at Chattanooga ‘08) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Jay Antonelli Officer Representative: Capt. Mike Barikian, USMC Faculty Representative: Cmdr. Marty Herzog, USN 2013-14 Team Captain: James Mannier

Mids by Weight 125 (4): Campbell, French, Lemmon, Sommers 133 (4): Beach, Hedgcorth, Rasche, Urmenita 141 (6): Clemente, Davis, Leadbeter, Locksmith, Nguyen, Prada 149 (5): Borja, Fox, B.Hunter, A. Johnson, Peek 157 (9): Burg, Duncan, Fuller, Z. Johnson, Pope, Schultz, Smith, Steingruber, Wade 165 (7): Bergman, Keck, Roche, Simpson, Solari, Walsh, J. Watson 174 (6): Borden, Coyle, Krulik, M. Miller, S. Watson, Winning 184 (7): Albright, Harman, Mannier, Manning, W. Miller, Van’t Hof, Woulfe 197 (3): Marvel, Rands, Schaeffer 285 (4): Cook, Kahle, Mills, Stanley Mids by Class Seniors (13): Albright, Borja, Davis, B. Hunter, A. Johnson, Z. Johnson, Krulik, Locksmith, Mannier, Pope, Roche, Urmenita, J. Watson Juniors (12): Cook, Hedgcorth, Kahle, Q. Leadbeter, Manning, Prada, Rands, Rasche, Schultz, Sommers, Van’t Hof, Walsh Sophomores (17): Beach, Burg, Clemente, Coyle, Duncan, Fox, Keck, Marvel, M. Miller, W. Miller, Mills, Peek, Schaeffer, Solari, Wade, S. Watson, Woulfe Freshmen (13): Bergman, Borden, Campbell, French, Fuller, Harman, Lemmon, Nguyen, Simpson, Smith, Stanley, Steingruber, Winning Mids by State • Arizona (3) Beach (Rio Rico), Roche (Vail), Simpson (Benson) • California (1) Fox (Gilroy) • Florida (2) Locksmith (Kissimmee), Mills (Ft. Lauderdale) • Idaho (2) Borden (Rupert), Steingruber (Meridian) • Illinois (4) Rands (Cary), Rasche (Plano), Sommers (Mt. Prospect), Woulfe (Oak Park) • Indiana (3) Campbell (New Castle), Krulik (Martinsville), Schaeffer (Carmel) • Iowa (3) Fuller (Sioux City), Solari (Sergeant Bluff), Van’t Hof (Sioux Center) • Kentucky (1) Coyle (Union) • Maryland (7) Kahle (Abingdon), Leadbeter (Owings), Lemmon (California), Marvel (Cordova), M. Miller (Edgewood), Prada (Laurel), Winning (Poolesville) • Massachusetts (1) Pope (Framingham) • Missouri (2) B. Hunter (Harrisonville), Peek (Odessa) • Montana (2) French (Forsyth), W. Miller (Chinook) • Nevada (1) Albright (Sparks) • New York (4) Burg (Gasport) , Clemente (Troy), Keck (Wading River), Stanley (Saugerties) • North Carolina (3) Hedgcorth (Jacksonville), J. Watson (Lexington), S. Watson (Lexington) • Ohio (2) Bergman (Oak Harbor), Mannier (Troy) • Oregon (2) Harman (West Linn), Nguyen (Klamath Falls) • Pennsylvania (2) Cook (Murrysville), Duncan (Spring Grove) • Tennessee (2) A. Johnson (Memphis), Z. Johnson (Memphis) • Utah (1) Manning (Tooele) • Virginia (4) Borja (Virginia Beach), Schultz (Vienna), Smith (Arlington), P. Walsh (Glen Allen) • Washington (2) Urmenita (Auburn), Wade (Stanwood) • Germany (1) Robert Davis (Stuttgart)

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2013-14 Navy Weight-By-Weight Depth Chart

165 Pounds

125 Pounds

Brendan Campbell

Taylor French

Matthew Sommers

Peyton Walsh

133 Pounds

Colton Rasche

Patrick Prada

Quentin Leadbeter

Jericho Urmenita

Matthew Miller

Willie Fox

Tee Nguyen

James Mannier

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Trey Duncan

David Borden

William Miller

Colton Van’t Hof

197 Pounds

Ben Hunter

Paul Rands

157 Pounds

Bobby Burg

Stout Watson

184 Pounds

149 Pounds

Raymond Borja

Johnny Watson

174 Pounds

141 Pounds

Joe Locksmith

John Keck

Kevin Marvel

Luke Schaffer

285 Pounds

Max Smith

Brendan Kahle

Ethan Stanley

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Gary albright

David Borden

• Albright in 2012-13 (Jr.): Turned in a 7-6 record, seeing action in three tournaments ... posted a 2-2 record at the season-opening Knight Point Open, a 2-2 mark at the Navy Classic and a 3-2 record at the Nittany Lion Open. • 2011-12 (So.): Put together a 3-6 record, seeing action in four tournaments, including the Navy Classic where he placed fifth with a 2-2- mark ... also participated in the Knight Point Open, the Nittany Lion Open and the Southern Scuffle. • 2010-11 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action. • High School: A 2010 graduate of Bishop Manogue Catholic High School in Reno, Nev., Albright was a four-year letterwinner in wrestling and earned two letters as a middle linebacker on the football team ... a two-time state champion (‘09, ‘10), he also served as the team captain of the wrestling team his junior and senior years ... member of the National Honor Society. • Personal: Son of Samuel and Linda Albright ... was a volunteer at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Reno ... majoring in Ocean Engineering.

• Borden in High School: A 2012 graduate of Minico High School in Rupert, Idaho, Borden attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2012-13 academic year ... a four-year wrestling letterwinner, he was a two-time Idaho State Champion (2011, ‘12) and four-time state placewinner ... turned in a 43-0 record his senior year and was the only undefeated wrestler in the state that year ... also served as team captain his junior and senior years. • Personal: Son of Steve and Jennifer Borden ... was an NCWA All-American while at the Naval Academy Prep School.

Senior • 184 Sparks, Nev. • Bishop Manogue Catholic

Albright’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2010-11 Did Not See any Varsity Action 2011-12 3-6 0-0 2-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2012-13 7-6 0-0 5-6 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Career 10-12 0-0 7-10 3-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Dakota Beach

Sophomore • 133 Rio Rico, Ariz. • Rio Rico

• Beach in 2012-13 (Fr.): Made appearances at the Navy Classic and the Nittany Lion Open where he produced a 2-4 record. • High School: A 2011 graduate of Rio Rico High School, Beach attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a four-year letterwinner in wrestling, he was a four-time state placewinner ... after finishing fourth and second in his first two years, respectively, he was a four-time Arizona state placewinner who was crowned the 2011 Arizona State Champion ... an NWCA All-American who placed seventh at the national meet in 2012. • Personal: Son of Brad and Alejandra Beach ... named the 2011 Mexican-American Student-Athlete of the Year in Southern Arizona ... majoring in Chemistry ... named to the Commandant’s List in the fall of his freshman year. Beach’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2012-13 2-4 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 Career 2-4 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0

Alex Bergman

Freshman • 165 Oak Harbor, Ohio • Oak Harbor

• Bergman in High School: A 2012 graduate of Oak Harbor High School in Oak Harbor, Ohio, Bergman attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2012-13 academic year ... a two-sport standout who earned letters in football (2) and wrestling (4) ... a twotime state placewinner, he was coached by his father ... earned All-State (Ohio) honors and served as the wrestling team captain his senior year. • Personal: Son of George and Cathy Bergman ... cousin, J.D. Bergman, was a threetime All-America wrestler at Ohio State ... he finished among the top four at three NCAA Championships, including the national runner-up his senior year ... grandfather, Eldo, is a 1940 graduate of the Academy.

Freshman • 174 Rupert, Idaho • Minico

Raymond Borja

Senior • 149 Virginia Beach, Va. Hayfield Secondary

• Borja in 2012-13 (Jr.): Posted a 24-9 record and capped off an outstanding junior season by earning his first NCAA Championship berth ... came into the season with 12 wins over his first years and having seen action in 28 matches total ... competed at six tournaments and placed in three of them including the All-Academy Championship where he was crowned the champion at 149 pounds ... placed third at the Navy Classic, beating teammate Zach Johnson by major decision in the third-place bout ... was called upon in mid-January to replace Zach Basich in the starting lineup ... scored a tech fall (19-3) over Shane Arechiga of Maryland which helped springboard the Mids to a 22-18 victory over the 23rd-ranked Terps ... followed up with an 8-3 decision over North Carolina’s Nick Heilmann and scored a 19-9 victory over Rutgers’ Ken Theobold, helping lead Navy to a 19-15 win over the Scarlet Knights in Annapolis ... turned in a 4-1 record at the EIWA Championship to place third and earn an automatic berth to the NCAA Championship ... earned a 5-3 win over fifth-seeded Kevin Tao of American by way of sudden victory to earn his way into the third-place match ... Tao had beaten Borja a month prior in a dual match, 7-4 ... among Navy’s six NCAA qualifiers, he found the most success with a 2-2 record ... earned a 9-7 victory over Clarion’s Tyler Bedelyon in his opener at the NCAA Championship before dropping a 9-3 decision to Tao in the second round ... bounced back with a 9-6 victory win over Donnie Corby of Central Michigan in the wrestlebacks ... bowed out of the championship after dropping a 9-2 decision to six-ranked Dylan Ness of Minnesota, who went on to finish fourth. • 2011-12 (So.): Put together a 7-10 record at 141 pounds, including a 0-4 mark in dual action ... placed in two of the four tournaments in which he saw action, including a sixth-place showing at the season-opening Eastern Michigan Open ... was the runner-up at the Navy Classic, dropping his championship bout to 19th-ranked Nathan Pennesi of West Virginia ... his dual losses were against nationally-ranked programs Oklahoma, Lehigh and Maryland, while also falling short against Richard Durso of Franklin & Marshall. • 2010-11 (Fr.): Saw action in three tournaments for the Midshipmen en route to a 5-6 record as a freshman ... opened his collegiate career with a second-place finish at the Navy Classic, dropping the title match to teammate and fellow rookie Joe Locksmith ... followed up with an eighth-place showing at the Nittany Lion Open ... also competed at the Southern Scuffle. • High School: A 2009 graduate of Hayfield Secondary School in Alexandria, Va., Borja attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... a three-year letterwinner in wrestling as a prep ... a three-time State placewinner who was an NHSCA All-American ... placed fourth at the NCWA national meet when he was at NAPS. • Personal: Son of Raymond and Wendy Ann Borja ... father, who is a graduate and former wrestler at Cal State Bakersfield, is an E-7 in the Navy where he is part of the EOD community ... his father is the head coach of the All-Navy Wrestling Team ... majoring in History. Borja’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2010-11 5-6 0-0 1-4 2-1 1-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 2011-12 7-10 0-4 3-3 2-4 0-0 1-2 1-1 0-0 2012-13 24-9 3-2 12-8 5-1 2-0 2-0 3-0 1-0 Career 36-25 3-6 16-15 9-6 3-1 4-2 4-1 1-0

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EIWA Championship History: 4-1 M8, 2013 Todd Preston, Harvard M8, 2013 #18 Shane Welsh (2), Lehigh M8, 2013 #20 Daniel Young (3), Army M9, 2013 Kevin Tao (5), American M9, 2013 Chris Villalonga (4), Cornell

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Major 14-4 Med Forfeit Dec 3-6 Dec 5-3 sv Med Forfeit

NCAA Championship History: 2-2 M21, 2013 Tyler Bedelyon, Clarion M21, 2013 Kevin Tao, American M22, 2013 Donnie Corby, Central Michigan M22, 2013 #6 Dylan Ness, Minnesota

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Dec Dec Dec Dec

9-7 3-9 9-6 2-9

Bobby Burg

Sophomore • 157 Gasport, N.Y. • Mercersburg Academy

• Burg in 2012-13 (Fr.): Produced an 11-7 record in his rookie season which featured gual victories over Rutgers’ Scott Winston (9-2) and American’s Mark Cirello (13-1) ... wrestled at three tournaments, placing in a pair ... earned his first collegiate victory at the Eastern Michigan Open where he pinned Cleveland State’s Mike Monson (4:23) ... opened up the Navy Classic with a pair of wins, but would go on to finish sixth ... placed seventh at the Southern Scuffle ... after opening the tournament with an 8-7 loss via a tie breaker, came back to win four in a row ... beat The Citadel’s Matthew Frisch, 7-6, to take seventh. • High School: A 2011 graduate of Mercersburg Academy, Burg attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a four-time Prep National All-American who was a three-time prep national finalist ... a two-time Virginia Prep School State Champion ... also won a Pennsylvania Prep School State Championship and was also a runnerup. • Personal: Son of Robert and Ginger Burg ... majoring in Cyber Operations. Burg’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2012-13 11-7 2-0 4-6 3-0 2-0 2-0 0-1 0-1 Career 11-7 2-0 4-6 3-0 2-0 2-0 0-1 0-1

Brenden Campbell

Freshman • 125 New Castle, Ind. • New Castle

• Campbell in High School: A 2012 graduate of New Castle High School in New Castle, Ind., Campbell attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2012-13 academic year ... a four-year wrestling letterwinner, he was a three-time Indiana state placewinner ... finished second as a junior and senior and third as a sophomore ... named a 2012 Intermat High School All-American at 120 pounds ... was a three-time conference champion ... served as team captain three years ... member of the National Honor Society. • Personal: Son of Van and Cathrine Campbell ... a freestyle Fargo All-American who was the runner-up at the NCWA Championship ... father, Van, played hockey at Iowa State and Minnesota-Crookston.

Jonathan Clemente

Sophomore • 141 Troy, N.Y. • La Salle Institute

• Clemente in 2012-13 (Fr.): Made appearances at the Knight Point Open and the Navy Classic where he posted a combined 2-4 record. • High School: A 2011 graduate of La Salle Institute, Clemente attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a multiple-year wrestling letterwinner who was a Fargo All-American. • Personal: Son of Carl and Ann Clemente ... brother, Ben, is a 2013 graduate of Army ... majoring in Political Science.

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Clemente’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2012-13 2-4 0-0 1-4 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Career 2-4 0-0 1-4 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Colynn Cook

Junior • 285 Murrysville, Pa. • The Kiski School

• Cook in 2012-13 (So.): Made his lone appearance at the Southern Scuffle where he was 0-2. • 2011-12 (Fr.): Competed in four tournaments en route to a 2-8 record ... scored his first collegiate win by way of a 5-3 decision over teammate Matt McVay at the Knight Point Open. • High School: A 2011 graduate of The Kiski School in Saltsburg, Pa., Cook was a three sport athlete who earned letters in football (4), wrestling (4) and lacrosse (2) ... served as team captain of the wrestling team his senior year and garnered all-county recognition ... earned all-conference honors in football as a senior ... recipient of the 2010 Bob Mathis Award. • Personal: Son of Jeff and Lisa Cook ... majoring in Systems Engineering. Cook’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2011-12 2-8 0-0 2-3 0-2 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 2012-13 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Career 2-10 0-0 2-4 0-3 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0

Connor Coyle Sophomore • 174 Union, Ky. • Ryle

• Coyle in 2012-13 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action. • High School: A 2011 graduate of Ryle High School, Coyle attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a four-year letterwinner in wrestling, who also earned a letter as a linebacker on the football team ... a three-time state placewinner and regional champion ... was the state runnerup as a junior ... part of the Ryle wrestling team that was four-time team regional champion ... Ryle was the state runnerup in 2008 and ‘10 ... served as team captain of the wrestling team his senior year. • Personal: Son of Ken and Cheryl Coyle ... high school teammate T.J. Ruschell is a redshirt freshman on the wrestling team at Wisconsin ... majoring in History.

Robert Davis

Senior • 141 Stuttgart, Germany • Patch

• Davis in 2012-13 (Jr.): Made his only appearance at the Navy Classic where he registered a 1-2 record. • 2011-12 (So.): Turned in a 1-3 record at the Navy Classic in what was his lone appearance of the season ... earned his first collegiate victory in his first career match, a 2-1 decision over The Citadel’s Kyle Casaletto. • 2010-11 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action. • High School: A 2010 graduate of Patch High School in Stuttgart, Germany, Davis earned letters in wrestling (2) and football (1) ... placed third at the European Championship his junior year and first his senior season ... member of the wrestling teams that were crowned the DODDS European National Champions in 2009 and ‘10 ... won the Tough as Nails and Takedown Tournaments as a junior and the Takedown Tournament again as a senior ... served as co-captain of the wrestling team his junior year and was the sole captain his senior season ... member of the National Honor Society ... served as the JROTC Color Guard Commander. • Personal: Son of George and Rebecca Davis ... majoring in Mathematics.


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Davis’ Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2010-11 Did Not See any Varsity Action 2011-12 1-3 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2012-13 1-2 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Career 2-5 0-0 2-3 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Trey Duncan

Sophomore • 157 Spring Grove, Pa. • Spring Grove Area

• Duncan in 2012-13 (Fr.): Produced a combined 7-4 record in the two tournaments in which he wrestled over the course of the season ... was 2-1 at the Knight Point Open ... pinned Binghamton’s James Eustice in under a minute for his first DI victory at the Knight Point Open ... posted a 5-3 record at the Nittany Lion Open to place eighth. • High School: A 2011 graduate of Spring Grove Area High School, Duncan attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a four-year letterwinner in wrestling, he placed sixth at the Pennsylvania State Championship his senior year. • Personal: Son of Duane and Lori Duncan ... brother, Matt, played cornerback at Temple ... mother was a track standout for Penn State ... majoring in Political Science. Duncan’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2012-13 7-4 0-0 4-3 0-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 Career 7-4 0-0 4-3 0-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-0

Willie Fox

Sophomore • 149 Gilroy, Calif. • Gilroy

• Fox in 2012-13 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action. • High School: A 2012 graduate of Gilroy High School, Fox was a four-year wrestling letterwinner ... a three-time NHSCA All-American, he claimed the California State Championship his senior year. • Personal: Son of William and Gloria Fox ... majoring in Oceanography.

Taylor French

Freshman • 125 Forsyth, Mont. • Forsyth

• French in High School: A 2013 graduate of Forsyth High School in Forsyth, Mont., French was a four-year wrestling letterwinner who was a three-time state champion and four-time state placewinner ... he won titles as a senior (125), junior (130) and sophomore (135) and placed second as a freshman (105) ... member of the Forsyth wrestling teams that were crowned state champions in 2012 and ‘13 ... earned All-State (Mont.) honors all four years ... served as team captain his final three seasons and was named the team MVP his senior year. • Personal: Son of Pat and Deb French.

Dustin Fuller

Freshman • 157 Sioux City, Iowa • North

• Fuller in High School: A 2013 graduate of North High School in Sioux City, Iowa, Fuller was a four-year wrestling letterwinner who was a two-time state placewinner finishing fourth his senior year and eighth as a junior ... led North to conference titles in 2011 and ‘13 ... graduated among the top 5 percent of his class ... awarded the Iowa Bankers Association Student Athlete Achievement Award in Wrestling ... also considered Air Force and Princeton. • Personal: Son of Michael and Deborah Fuller ... a freestyle Fargo All-American.

Ryan Harman

Freshman • 184 West Linn, Ore. • West Linn

• Harman in High School: A 2012 graduate of West Linn High School in West Linn, Ore., Harman attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2012-13 academic year ... a four-year wrestling letterwinner who was a two-time state placewinner ... finished second as a junior and third as a senior. • Personal: Son of Todd and Kelly Harman ... an NCWA All-American ... father, Todd, is a 1992 graduate of the Naval Academy and was a member of the Mids’ wresting team ... grandfather, Mike Harman, is a member of the Class of ‘63 and also wrestled for Navy.

Ryan Hedgcorth

Junior • 133 Jacksonville, N.C. • White Oak

• Hedgcorth in 2012-13 (So.): Made his lone appearance at the Navy Classic where he earned his first collegiate victory, an 8-0 major decision over West Virginia’s Mike Bolash. • 2011-12 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action. • High School: A 2011 graduate of White Oak High School, Hedgcorth attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... Hedcorth was a four-year wrestling letterwinner who garnered all-county honors as a junior and senior ... served as team captain his senior year. • Personal: Son of Christopher and Lisa Hedgcorth ... majoring in Oceanography. Hedgcorth’S Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2011-12 Did Not See any Varsity Action 2012-13 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 Career 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0

Ben Hunter

Senior • 149 Harrisonville, Mo. • Harrisonville

• Hunter in 2012-13 (Jr.): Turned in a 6-5 record, including a 1-1 mark in dual action ... competed at three tournaments - the Eastern Michigan Open, the Nittany Lion Open and the Southern Scuffle ... earned his first collegiate dual victory by way of a 10-5 win over George Mason’s Greg Flournoy. • 2011-12 (So.): Put together an 8-6 record competing in three tournaments ... was 3-2 at the season-opening Knight Point Open, posted a 1-3 record at the Navy Classic and was 4-2 at the Nittany Lion Open which included a 5-3 decision over Army’s Ryan Bilyeu. • 2010-11 (Fr.): Turned in a 2-5 record in his freshman season ... opened the year at the Knight Point Open and followed up with a sixth-place finish at the Navy Classic ... scored his first collegiate victory at the Navy Classic with an 11-4 win over Bucknell’s Jack Ingram.

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• High School: A 2009 graduate of Harrisonville High School, Hunter attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who earned four letters in both wrestling and soccer ... a four-time All-State (Mo.) wrestling selection who won the 112-pound state title in 2005 and went undefeated en route to taking the 136-pound state championship his senior year ... named an Honorable Mention All-State selection in soccer his senior year ... member of the National Honor Society. • Personal: Son of Richard and Julie Hunter ... brother, Joe, is a freshman at the Naval Academy and plans to wrestle ... brother, Jake, wrestled at Penn ... mother, Julie, played basketball at Northwest Missouri State ... majoring in History. Hunter’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2010-11 2-5 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 2011-12 8-6 0-0 7-4 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 2012-13 6-5 1-1 5-2 0-2 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 Career 16-15 1-1 13-10 1-2 0-2 1-2 0-0 0-0

Alex Johnson

Senior • 149 Memphis, Tenn. • Christian Brothers

• Johnson in 2012-13 (Jr.): Competed in four tournaments an a pair of duals en route to a 17-7 record ... produced wins in both of his dual appearances - a 6-2 decision over Lehigh’s Laike Gardner and a fall (4:44) against American’s Matt Dorf ... placed third at the Knight Point Open where he lost his only match by way of a 3-2 decision against Shyheim Brown who was wrestling unattached ... finished sixth at the Navy Classic and competed at the Nittany Lion Open and the Southern Scuffle. • 2011-12 (So.): Turned in a 10-8 record, making appearances in four tournaments ... earned his first collegiate victory by way of fall over Aaron Lett of Mercyhurst North East at the Knight Point Open ... also competed in the Navy Classic, Nittany Lion Open and the Southern Scuffle ... placed fifth at the Navy Classic with a 9-6 decision over Franklin & Marshall’s Richard Durso. • 2010-11 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action. • High School: A 2010 graduate of Christian Brothers High School, Johnson was a fouryear letterwinner in wrestling and also was a member of the football and track & field teams ... a four-time all-region selection who served as team captain of the wrestling team his senior year ... high school team claimed four-consecutive region championships (2007-08-09-10) ... was the state champion as a junior at 130 pounds and the title winner at 135 pounds as a senior ... member of the National and Spanish Honor Societies. • Personal: Son of Danny and Susan Johnson ... twin brother, Zach, is also a senior at the Naval Academy and is a member of the wrestling team ... cousin, Terry Garbazinski, is a 1985 graduate of the Naval Academy ... majoring in Operations Research ... named to the Commandant’s List in the fall of his junior year after earning a 3.06 grade-point average for the semester. Johnson’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2010-11 Did Not See any Varsity Action 2011-12 10-8 0-0 5-5 2-2 0-0 2-1 1-0 0-0 2012-13 17-7 2-0 9-5 3-2 1-0 3-0 1-0 0-0 Career 27-15 2-0 14-10 5-4 1-0 5-1 2-0 0-0

Zach Johnson

Senior • 157 Memphis, Tenn. • Christian Brothers

• Johnson in 2011-12 (Jr.): Competed at the Knight Point Open and the Navy Classic where he posted a combined 7-4 record ... placed fourth at the Navy Classic where he turned in a 4-2 record ... lost to teammate and 2013 NCAA qualifier Raymond Borja in the third-place bout. • 2011-12 (So.): Produced a 2-2 record at the Navy Classic in what was his only tournament appearance of the year. • 2010-11 (Fr.): Competed in a pair of tournaments for the Mids where he put together

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a combined 3-3 record ... opened his collegiate career with a fourth-place finish at the Navy Classic which featured his first collegiate victory, a 19-2 technical fall against Franklin & Marshall’s Chris Barksdale ... also wrestled at the Nittany Lion Open. • High School: A 2010 graduate of Christian Brothers High School, Johnson was a fouryear letterwinner in wrestling and also was a member of the football and track & field teams ... high school team claimed four-consecutive region championships (2007-08-0910) ... a three-time state placewinner, he won the state championship as a senior at 140 pounds ... finished as the state runner-up at 140 pounds as a junior and placed third at 130 pounds in his sophomore year ... served as team captain of the wrestling team his senior year ... member of the National and Spanish Honor Societies. • Personal: Son of Danny and Susan Johnson ... cousin, Terry Garbazinski, is a 1985 graduate of the Naval Academy ... twin brother, Alex, is also a senior at the Naval Academy and is a member of the wrestling team ... owns a 3.46 GPA in Ocean Engineering ... has been a member of the Commandant’s List in all six semesters at the Academy and was named to the Dean’s List the spring of his sophomore year ... has been named to the Superintendent’s List three times ... ranked among the top 17 percent of his class (1,098) in overall order of merit and the top 15 percent in military order of merit.

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Brendan Kahle

Junior • 285 Abingdon, Md. • Jackson Liberty (N.J.)

• Kahle in 2012-13 (So.): Amassed a 7-10 record among the five tournaments in which he appeared, including a 5-2 mark at the Franklin & Marshall Open where he placed fifth ... defeated Lock Haven’s Cody Mason by a 3-2 decision to win the fifth-place bout. • 2011-12 (Fr.): Turned in a 1-4 record in his rookie season, competing at the Knight Point Open, the Navy Classic and the Nittany Lion Open ... scored his first collegiate victory against George Mason’s Hunter Manspile en route to a fourth-place effort at the Navy Classic. • High School: A 2010 graduate of Jackson Liberty High School in Jackson, N.J., Kahle attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a twosport standout who earned four letters in wrestling and three in football ... claimed the district individual title at heavyweight his junior year ... served as captain of the wrestling and football teams his senior year, while also picking up team MVP honors in both sports as a senior ... earned all-county recognition in football in 2010. • Personal: Son of John and Melanie Aponte ... majoring in Oceanography. Kahle’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2011-12 1-4 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-0 2012-13 7-10 0-0 3-5 1-1 0-1 2-3 1-0 0-0 Career 8-14 0-0 4-6 1-1 0-1 2-6 1-0 0-0

John Keck

Sophomore • 165 Wading River, N.y. Shoreham-Wading River

• Keck in 2012-13 (Fr.): Turned in an 8-7 record in his rookie season where he competed at four tournaments ... earned his first collegiate victory in what was his first collegiate match, a 4-2 decision over Lycoming’s Andrew Reca at the Knight Point Open ... placed fifth at the Franklin & Marshall Open after defeating Kent State’s Alex Rice. • High School: A 2012 graduate of Shoreham-Wading River High School, Keck was a four-year wrestling letterwinner ... garnered All-State (N.Y.), all-county and all-league honors as a senior ... placed third at Super 32 Nationals in 2011 ... served as team captain his junior and senior years ... member of the National Honor Society ... a three-time New York State Scholar-Athlete.


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• Personal: Son of William and Eileen Keck ... father was a standout wrestler at Hofstra ... high school teammate of All-American Harvard wrestler Steven Keith ... majoring in Mechanical Engineering. Keck’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2012-13 8-7 0-0 5-5 0-2 0-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 Career 8-7 0-0 5-5 0-2 0-0 1-0 2-0 0-0

Jordan Krulik

Senior • 174 Martinsville, Ind. • Martinsville

• Krulik in 2012-13 (Jr.): Finished the season with a 2-3 record, seeing action at the Knight Point Open and the Navy Classic. • 2011-12 (So.): Turned in a 3-4 record seeing action in the Navy Classic and the Nittany Lion Open ... produced his first career win by way of a 3-1 decision over Franklin & Marshall’s Colin Lahiff ... placed sixth at the Navy Classic ... recorded a 1-1 record at the Nittany Lion Open before bowing out with an injury. • 2010-11 (Fr.): Forced to sit out the season after suffering an injury in the preseason. • High School: A 2009 graduate of Martinsville High School, Krulik attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a four-year letterwinner in wrestling who also earned three letters as a member of the track & field team ... led Martinsville HS to the 2009 section team title. • Personal: Son of Tom and Debra Krulik ... brother, Mathew, wrestled four years at the University of Indianapolis ... majoring in International Relations. Krulik’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2010-11 Did Not See any Varsity Action 2011-12 3-4 0-0 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 2012-13 2-3 0-0 2-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 Career 5-7 0-0 5-4 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0

Quentin Leadbeter Junior • 141 Owings, Md. • Northern

• Leadbeter in 2012-13 (So.): Produced an 8-8 record, seeing action in four tournaments ... placed sixth at the Navy Classic ... opened the year at the Eastern Michigan Open and fell a match shy of placing at the Roadrunner Open where he posted a 4-2 record. • 2011-12 (Fr.): Registered a 4-9 record in his rookie campaign, inlcuding a 0-3 mark in dual action ... competed at the Knight Point Open, Navy Classic and Nittany Lion Open ... earned his first collegiate victory by way of a 5-3 decision over teammate Alex Johnson at the Knight Point Open ... had his best showing at the Nittany Lion Open where he posted a 3-2 record. • High School: A 2010 graduate of Northern High School, Leadbeter attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... owned a 147-16 career record in high school ... a four-time state placewinner (6th, 3rd, 5th, 3rd), he placed sixth at the NCWA while wrestling at NAPS. • Personal: Son of Michael and Carolyn Leadbeter ... brother, Collin, is 2012 graduate of the Naval Academy and was a four-year member of the wrestling team ... majoring in History. Leadbeter’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2011-12 4-9 0-3 4-4 0-2 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-0 2012-13 8-8 0-0 5-7 2-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-1 Career 12-17 0-3 9-11 2-2 0-0 1-4 0-0 1-1

Dane Lemmon

Freshman • 125 California, Md. • Leonardtown

• Lemmon in High School: A 2013 graduate of Leonardtown High School, Lemmon was a four-year wrestling letterwinner where he garnered all-county honors as a sophomore and senior ... he served as team captain his senior year and was named the team MVP his final season ... member of the National Honor Society. • Personal: Son of Capt. John and Julie Lemmon ... father, John, is a 1988 graduate of the Naval Academy ... a pilot in the United States Navy, Capt. Lemmon is stationed at Naval Air Station Patuxent River.

Joe Locksmith

Senior • 141 Kissimmee, Fla. • Osceola

• Locksmith in 2012-13 (Jr.): Dropped to 141 pounds his junior year where he put together a 17-16 record including a 2-3 mark in dual meets ... competed in seven tournaments, placing in four ... finished fourth at the Roadrunner Open in California where he turned in a 4-2 record ... placed second at the Navy Classic, dropping his championship bout against All-American Undrakhbayer Khishgnyam of The Citadel ... defeated Air Force’s Carter McElhany to place third at the All-Academy Championship ... placed eighth at the EIWA Championship, dropping back-to-back 3-2 decisions in his final two matches of the year ... came up just short of upsetting top-seeded and nin-ranked Michael Nevinger of Cornell in the second round of the EIWA Championship ... dropped a 2-1 decision to Nevinger in a tie breaker ... scored dual wins over George Mason’s Sahid Kargbo (7-5) and Maryland’s Frank Goodwin (fall, 4:55). • 2011-12 (So.): Produced a 9-9 record, including a 3-5 mark in dual action ... competed in four tournaments, including winning the Navy Classic by way of a 3-1 victory over teammate Peyton Walsh in the finals ... also saw action at the Eastern Michigan Open, the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational and the Southern Scuffle ... picked up dual victories over Frnaklin & Marshall’s Andrew Murano (3-1), North Carolina’s Jon Burns (6-4) and helped lead the Mids to their 12th-straight win over the Black Knights via a 5-3 victory against Army’s Ryan Bilyeu. • 2010-11 (Fr.): Recorded an 8-10 record, including an 0-2 dual mark in his rookie season ... competed in five tournaments for the Mids, including the Navy Classic where he put together a 4-0 record and won the 141-pound title ... defeated fellow Navy freshman Raymond Borja, 8-7, in the championship match of the Mids’ home tournament ... opened his career by pinning SUNY Brockport’s Scott Witt in the first match of the Eastern Michigan Open ... also competed at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational, the Reno Tournament of Champions and bumped up to 149 pounds for the EIWA Championship ... battled injuries throughout the second half of the season. • High School: A 2010 graduate of Osceola High School, Locksmith was a four-year letterwinner in wrestling ... a two-time state champion and three-time placewinner, he was crowned an individual champion as a junior and senior ... led Osceola to the 2009 Florida State Championship ... named a Fargo All-American after finishing as the national runner-up in Greco-Roman. • Personal: Son of Gregory and Mary Anne Locksmith ... father wrestled at Notre Dame ... majoring in Mechanical Engineering. Locksmith’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2010-11 8-10 0-2 4-5 0-2 0-0 4-2 0-1 0-0 2011-12 9-9 3-5 9-8 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 2012-13 17-16 2-3 12-15 3-0 0-0 2-1 0-0 0-3 Career 34-35 5-10 25-28 3-2 0-0 6-4 0-1 0-3 EIWA Championship History: 2-3 M8, 2013 Kevin Moylan, Princeton M8, 2013 #9 Michael Nevinger (1), Cornell M8, 2013 Alec Mooradian, Columbia M8, 2013 Trevor Melde (4), Rutgers M9, 2013 #18 Connor Hanafee (6), Army

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James Mannier

2013-14 Team Captain Senior • 184 Troy, Ohio • Graham

• Mannier in 2012-13 (Jr.): Registered a 17-9 record which featured his first collegiate individual title ... turned in a 5-0 record and scored a 5-3 decision over Cal Poly’s Sean Dougherty to win the Roadrunner Open crown ... followed up with a fourth-place effort at the Navy Classic and finished second at the Franklin & Marshall Open ... also competed at the Eastern Michigan Open, the Nittany Lion Open and the Southern Scuffle. • 2011-12 (So.): Produced a 13-10 record, including an 0-2 mark ... saw action in four tournaments, including the Navy Classic where he scored a 10-6 win over Bucknell’s Stephen McPeek to take third ... after winning his first three matches at the Nittany Lion Open, went on to place eighth ... also competed at the Eastern Michigan Open and the Southern Scuffle ... knocked off 17th-ranked Eric Starks of Arizona State at the Eastern Michigan Open ... dropped duals against nationally-ranked foes from Maryland and Rutgers. • 2010-11 (Fr.): Finished his freshman season with a 7-5 record which included tournament action at the Clarion Knight Point, the Navy Classic and the Nittany Lion Open ... scored a fall over Dean Moffo in his first-collegiate match, however, it did not count toward his record because Moffo wrestled unattached ... officially earned his first win later in the day by way of a 10-2 major decision over Clarion’s Ryan Darch at the Clarion Knight Point where he placed third ... did not place at the Nittany Lion Open, however he posted a 4-2 mark at the event. • High School: A 2009 graduate of Graham High School in St. Paris, Ohio, Mannier attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a fouryear letterwinner in wrestling, he was a two-time state placewinner, finishing third his junior and senior years ... his high school team placed No. 1 in the nation his junior year ... was also an Ironman placewinner and while at NAPS was a NCWA Placewinner ... member of the National Honor Society. • Personal: Full name is James Wyatt Mannier ... son of Chet and Jackie Mannier ... born March 29, 1990, in Dayton, Ohio ... one of 10 children (5 sisters, 4 brothers) born to Chet and Jackie Mannier ... majoring in Naval Architecture ... named to the Commandant’s List in the fall of his freshman year. Mannier’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2010-11 7-5 0-0 4-4 2-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 2011-12 13-10 0-2 13-7 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 2012-13 17-9 0-0 7-6 4-2 1-1 4-0 1-0 1-0 Career 37-24 0-2 24-17 6-4 1-1 5-2 1-0 2-1

Thomas Manning

Junior • 184 Tooele, Utah • Tooele

• Manning in 2012-13 (So.): Made his lone appearance at the Navy Classic where he produced a 2-2 record ... earned his first collegiate victory in his opening match against George Mason’s Matthew Stull, beating him 2-1. • 2011-12 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action. • High School: A 2011 graduate of Tooele High School, Manning was a two-sport athlete who earned four letters in wrestling and one as a fullback on the football team ... a two-time region champion who won the state title his senior year ... placed at the state tournament three times ... served as team captain of the wrestling team his junior and senior years. • Personal: Son of Jared and Gretta Manning ... majoring in Economics ... named to the Commandant’s List the fall of his sophomore year after registering a 3.06 grade-point average. Manning’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2011-12 Did Not See any Varsity Action 2012-13 2-2 0-0 2-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Career 2-2 0-0 2-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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Kevin Marvel

Sophomore • 197 Cordov, Md. • McDonogh

• Marvel in 2012-13 (Fr.): Competed in four tournaments where he amassed a 4-8 record ... earned his first collegiate victory in his first career appearance ... defeated Pitt’s Matt Patrick via a 6-1 decision at the Knight Point Open. • High School: A 2012 graduate of McDonogh High School, Marvel was a two-sport athlete who earned four letters in wrestling and three as a linebacker on the football team ... led McDonogh to the 2012 state championship ... was a two-time national prep All-American who also placed at the Ironman national tournament, as well as at the Beast of the East. • Personal: Son of Ronald Sr. and Lisa Marvel. Marvel’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2012-13 4-8 0-0 1-4 0-1 0-0 2-3 1-0 0-0 Career 4-8 0-0 1-4 0-1 0-0 2-3 1-0 0-0

Mathew Miller

Sophomore • 174 Edgewood, Md. • The John Carroll School

• Miller in 2012-13 (Fr.): A starter at 174 pounds, he finished the season with a 24-7 record, including a 5-2 dual mark ... one of six Navy wrestlers to earn a berth to wrestle at the NCAA Championship ... placed in five of the seven tournaments in which he competed, winning three individual crowns ... opened his career by winning 11 in a row and capturing the Eastern Michigan Open and Roadrunner Open titles ... suffered his first loss of the season, a 17-5 loss to Nebraska’s Robert Kokesh, ranked sixth nationally, at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational where he would place fourth ... cruised through the field to win the All-Academy Championship ... scored a 15-0 tech fall over VMI’s John Dommert in his opening bout of the All-Academy Championship ... pinned The Citadel’s Jack Duane in the semis and pinned Air Force’s Daniel Barringer in 1:45 to take the crown ... won his first two matches of the EIWA Championship to punch his ticket into the finals where he would suffer a disappointing 3-2 decision to top-seeded and 15th-ranked Nathaniel Brown of Lehigh ... seeded 12th and ranked 10th nationally, Miller lost both of his NCAA Championship matches ... earned dual wins over George Mason’s Ryan Hemsbury (fall, 5:40), North Carolina’s Tanner Eitel (4-1), Rutgers’ Greg Zannetti (9-6), American’s Keithan Cast (fall, 0:52) and Army’s Cole Gracey (5-3) ... owned a remarkable 10-1 record in matches decided by fall. • High School: A 2011 graduate of the John Carroll School, Miller attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a four-year wrestling letterwinner who led John Carroll to the 2007 MIAA Conference Championship ... a two-time state champion was also named the most outstanding wrestler after producing the most falls ... a National Prep Champion in 2011 ... an NCWA National Champion who was named the meet’s outstanding wrestler in 2012 ... placed third at the Junior Nationals in 2010 ... a two-time All-Maryland Academic Team selection. • Personal: Son of Lorus and Lisa Miller ... majoring in Information Technology. Miller’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2012-13 24-7 5-2 9-5 2-1 3-0 10-1 0-0 0-0 Career 24-7 5-2 9-5 2-1 3-0 10-1 0-0 0-0 EIWA Championship History: 2-1 M8, 2013 Cameron Croy (7), Harvard M8, 2013 Cole Gracey (6), Army M9, 2013 #15 Nathaniel Brown (1), Lehigh

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William Miller

Sophomore • 184 Chinook, Mont. • Chinook

• Miller in 2012-13 (Fr.): Produced a 16-8 record and placed in three of the five tournaments in which he competed ... earned his first collegiate victory in his first career match, pinning Lycoming’s Harris Nowotarski in 1:17 ... scored an 11-6 win over Pitt’s PJ Tasser to take third place at the season-opening Knight Point Open ... placed fourth at the Navy Classic, dropping his third-place bout to teammate and 2012-13 team captain Oscar Huntley ... earned a 21-5 tech fall victory over Princeton’s Abe Ayala to finish fifth at the Franklin & Marshall Open. • High School: A 2010 graduate of Chinook High School, Miller attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year and Montana State University Northern in 2011-12 ... a four-year letterwinner in football, track & field and wrestling ... a two-time Montana State Champion, who was also an NCWA All-American. • Personal: Son of Perry and Pauly Miller ... majoring in History. Miller’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2012-13 16-9 0-0 9-4 1-1 2-0 4-4 0-0 1-1 Career 16-9 0-0 9-4 1-1 2-0 4-4 0-0 1-1

Bradford Mills

Sophomore • 285 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. • St. Thomas Aquinas

• Mills in High School: A 2012 graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Mills was a two-sport standout lettering in wrestling (4) and football (3) ... member of the 2010 football team that put together a flawless 15-0 record en route to winning state and national titles ... a Second-Team All-State (Fla.) football selection his senior year, who was a first-team all-county honoree ... member of his high school’s wrestling team that won the district and county championship his senior year ... a two-time state qualifier in wrestling • Personal: Son of Casey and Jayne Mills ... majoring in Quantitative Economics.

Tee Nguyen

Freshman • 141 Klamath Falls, Ore. • Klamath Union

• Nguyen in High School: A 2013 graduate of Klamath Union High School in Klamath Falls, Ore., Nguyen was a three-sport athlete who earned letters in cross country (3), track & field (3) and wrestling (4) ... a four-time Oregon state placewinner, finishing sixth as a freshman, second as a sophomore, fourth as a junior and third as a senior ... his is Klamath Union’s first four-time state placewinner ... served as wrestling team captain his sophomore through senior years ... served as an Associated Student Body Officer for three years in high school ... also considered Stanford. • Personal: Son of Phong and Quyen Nguyen ... father, Phong, is a 1985 graduate of the Naval Academy and was on the boxing team for three years.

Blake Peek

Freshman • 149 Odessa, Mo. • Odessa

• Peek in 2012-13 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action. • High School: A 2011 graduate of Odessa High School, Peek attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a four-sport athlete who earned letters in wrestling (4), cross country (3), track & field (2) and golf (1) ... a four-time Missouri State Qualifier (2008, ‘09), who placed third as a junior and senior ... served as team captain of the wrestling team his junior and senior years ... an NWCA National Qualifier in 2012 ... garnered All-State (Mo.) academic honors in wrestling as a senior ... also a state qualifier in cross country in 2011. • Personal: Son of Edward and Tammy Peek ... majoring in History.

Walter Pope

Senior • 157 Framingham, Mass. • Framingham

• Pope in 2010-11 (Fr.), 2011-12 (So.), 2012-13 (Jr.): Did not see any varsity action. • High School: A 2009 graduate of Framingham High School, Pope attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a four-year letterwinner in wrestling who led his high school team to a 23-3 record and a state championship ... captured and individual state championship his senior year and served as team captain. • Personal: Son of Michael and Nancy Borghese ... majoring in Computer Science ... stands among the top 25 percent in his class in military order of merit.

Patrick Prada

Junior • 141 Laurel, Md. • DeMatha Catholic

• Prada in 2012-13 (So.): Turned in a 19-11 record which featured his first collegiate title ... placed in four of the five tournaments in which he competed, including winning the Franklin & Marshall Open by way of a 3-2 victory over Virginia’s Will Mason ... placed third at the Navy Classic, defeating Cleveland State’s Ben Willeford, 10-4, in his placement match ... turned in a fourth-place effort at the Roadrunner Open ... struggled during the dual slate (1-4), however, came up with a big 3-1 win in sudden victory over Army’s Hunter Wood in the annual dual ... went on to place eighth at the EIWA Championship where he claimed a 4-2 win over Columbia’s Penn Gottfried in his placement match ... upset seventh-seeded Alexander Abreu of Lehigh in the wrestlebacks, 4-2, whom he lost to, 7-1, in the dual match in mid-January. • 2011-12 (Fr.): Finished his rookie campaign with a 3-12 record, representing Navy at four tournaments and four duals ... earned his first collegiate win at the Navy Classic where he scored a 19-5 major decision over West Virginia’s Mike Bolash ... placed fifth at the Navy Classic with an 8-1 decision over teammate James Kerrick ... also won by major against North Idaho’s Joaquin Calderon at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational ... was 0-4 in dual action. • High School: A 2010 graduate of DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyattsville, Md., Prada attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a four-year wrestling letterwinner who was a two-time state champion ... named the All-Met Wrestler of the Year his senior year ... served as team captain as a senior ... garnered Fargo All-America status ... an NCWA Placewinner who was also a National Prep finalist. • Personal: Son of Pat and Katie Prada ... sister, Alexis, is a sophomore at Campbell where she is a member of the soccer team ... majoring in General Science. Prada’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2011-12 3-12 0-4 1-8 2-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-2 2012-13 19-11 1-4 16-10 3-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 Career 23-23 1-8 17-18 5-2 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-2

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EIWA Championship History: 3-2 M8, 2013 Penn Gottfried, Columbia M8, 2013 #5 Nashon Garrett (1), Cornell M8, 2013 Alexander Abreu (7), Lehigh M8, 2013 Jeffrey Ott (5), Harvard M9, 2013 Penn Gottfried, Columbia

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Paul Rands

Junior • 197 Cary, Ill. • Cary-Grove (Northwestern)

• Rands in 2012-13 (So.Jr.): Wrestled unattached throughout the year to maintain NCAA eligibility for his final two years at the Academy. • Rands in 2011-12 (Fr./So.): After serving a two-year Mormon Mission, Rands enrolled at the Naval Academy where he spent the 2011-12 season as a freshman academically and sophomore in terms of athletic eligibility ... put together a 13-22 record, including a 2-10 mark in dual meets ... placed in three of the six tournaments in which he competed ... earned his first win in a Navy singlet at the Eastern Michigan Open behind a 6-3 victory over Kent State’s Ryan Buckner ... went on to place sixth in the tournament ... finished second at the Navy Classic, dropping a 5-2 decision to The Citadel’s Kelby Smith in the championship bout ... placed fourth at the All-Academy Championship ... won dual matches against Justin Heisermen of Buffalo and East Stroudsburg’s Zachary Koller. • at Northwestern (Fr.): Saw time as a starter at heavyweight as a true freshman following a season-ending injury to Ben Kuhar ... finished 5-12 overall and 2-6 in duals ... was 0-5 in the Big Ten and 0-2 at the Big Ten Championship ... pinned Zak Saevre of Northern Illinois in 1:22 in dual match ... also pinned Arizona State’s Imamiboum Etukeren for his only victory at Midlands Championship ... was 2-2 at Michigan State Open. • High School: A 2008 graduate of Cary-Grove High School in Cary, Ill., Rands attended Northwestern University as a freshman (2008-09) before serving a two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints ... spent his mission in the Spanishspeaking communities of Arizona ... a four-sport athlete in high school, he earned four letters in wrestling, three in football, one each in track and baseball ... produced a career record of 116-28 in wrestling, including a 42-5 mark his senior campaign ... set the school pin record in his junior year with 32 ... garnered All-State (Ill.) honors after finishing fourth at the state championship his senior year ... claimed the Freestyle State Championship his senior year ... voted team captain of the wrestling team three years ... two-time conference, regional and sectional wrestling champion ... two-time all-conference and all-area selection in football who earned All-State honors his senior year ... also served as team captain of the football team as a senior ... his football team lost one-regular season contest during his four seasons ... member of the National Honor Society ... recipient of the Faculty Award, presented to that student who the teachers felt best embodied the spirit of the school. • Personal: Son of Steven and Linda Rands ... majoring in Operations Research, he owns a 3.14 grade-point average ... has been named to the Commandant’s List three times and appeared on the Superintendent’s List in the spring of his freshman year ... ranked 84th in his class (1,140) in military order of merit. Rands’ Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2008-09 5-12 2-6 1-1 0-8 1-2 2-1 1-0 0-0 2009-10 Was Not Enrolled - fulfillng Missionary Service 2010-11 Was Not Enrolled - fulfillng Missionary Service 2011-12 13-22 2-10 4-16 3-2 0-0 4-4 2-0 0-0 2009-10 Did not compete - wrestled unattached Career 18-34 4-16 5-17 3-10 1-2 6-5 3-0 0-0 EIWA Championship History: 1-2 M3, 2012 Daniel Mitchell, American M3, 2012 Nicholas Mills, Columbia M4, 2012 James Fox, Harvard

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Colton Rasche

Junior • 133 Plano, Ill. • Montini Catholic

• Rasche in 2012-13 (So.): Navy’s starter at 133 pounds, he posted a 19-12 record that included a 4-3 dual mark ... won a pair of individual crowns among the seven tournaments he competed at ... earned an 8-5 victory over Bucknell’s Paul Petrov to win the Navy Classic and scored a 6-2 decision over Army’s Jordan Thome to take the All-Academy Classic ... earned dual wins over George Mason’s Zach Isenhour (8-2), North Carolina’s Patrick Owens (10-2), American’s Esteban Gomez-Rivera (7-6) and Army’s Jordan Thome (3-1) ... went 1-2 at the EIWA Championship. • 2011-12 (Fr.): Recorded a 3-1 record in the two tournaments in which he competed as a rookie ... earned his first collegiate win in a 5-4 decision over Bucknell’s Shawn Armato at the Navy Classic ... came up just short of winning the Navy Classic, dropping a 5-4 decision to teammate and NCAA qualifier Aaron Kalil. • High School: A 2010 graduate of Montini Catholic High School, Rasche attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a four-year wrestling letterwinner who owned a 191-24 career record ... claimed the state championship his senior year and was the runner-up his junior year ... led Montini Catholic HS to three state team titles ... served as team captain his senior year and was named the team MVP ... was a Fargo All-American and runner-up at the Ironman tournament ... claimed the NCWA crown while wrestling at NAPS. • Personal: Son of Mark Sr. and Lisa Rasche ... majoring in General Science. Rasche’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2011-12 3-1 0-0 2-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2012-13 19-12 4-3 16-10 3-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 Career 22-13 4-3 18-11 4-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 EIWA Championship History: 2-1 M8, 2013 Shay Warren, Harvard M8, 2013 Andrew Hirai, Princeton M8, 2013 Bricker Dixon (3), Cornell

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Andrew Roche

Senior • 165 Vail, Ariz. • Cienega

• Roche in 2010-11 (Fr.), 2011-12 (So.), 2012-13 (Jr.): Did not see any varsity action. • High School: A 2009 graduate of Cienega High School, Roche attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a three-sport standout who earned letters in baseball (3), football (3) and wrestling (2) ... led Cienega to the region title in 2008 and `09 and the state championship in 2009 ... a two-time region individual champion, he placed fourth at the state meet his junior year and was the runner-up as a senior ... garnered first-team all-region honors in wrestling as a junior and senior ... member of Student Council and the Key Club. • Personal: Son of Gerard and Deborah Roche ... majoring in General Science.

Luke Schaeffer

Sophomore • 197 Carmel, Ind. • Westfield

• Schaeffer in 2012-13 (Fr.): Turned in a 3-6 record among the three tournaments in which he competed ... claimed his first collegiate win via a 3-2 victory over Nicholas Grossi of The Citadel at the Navy Classic ... also wrestled at the Knight Point Open and the Nittany Lion Open. • High School: A 2012 graduate of Westfield High School, Schaeffer was a two-sport athlete who lettered in football and wrestling ... a two-time Indiana State Qualifier in wrestler ... qualified at 189 pounds as a junior and was the runnerup at 182 pounds as a senior ... served as the wrestling team captain his senior year.


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• Personal: Son of Eric and Gina Schaeffer ... majoring in History.

Schaeffer’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2012-13 3-6 0-0 1-2 0-2 0-1 2-1 0-0 0-0 Career 3-6 0-0 1-2 0-2 0-1 2-1 0-0 0-0

Albert Schultz

Junior • 157 Vienna, Va. • James Madison

• Schultz in 2012-13 (So.), 2011-12 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action. • High School: A 2011 graduate of James Madison High School, Schultz was a four-year letterwinner in wrestling who also picked up a pair of letters in football ... a threetime Virginia State Qualifier who was a two-time district champion (2010, ‘11) ... was the region champion in 2010 and the runner-up in 2011 ... served as a four-year wrestling team captain ... served as football team captain his senior year ... member of the National Honor Society. • Personal: Son of Edward and Mary Beth Schultz ... father played football at Maryland (1981-84) and mother ran track at LSU (1981-84) ... uncle, Lenny Schultz, played football and wrestled at NC State (1983-87) ... majoring in Mechanical Engineering ... ranked among the top 24 percent of his class (1,140) in military order of merit.

Joseph Simpson

Freshman • 165 Benson, Ariz. • Benson Union

• Simpson in High School: A 2013 graduate of Benson Union High School in Benson, Ariz., Simpson was a twosport athlete lettering in football (3) and wrestling (4) ... a three-time sectional champion at 170 pounds, he placed second at the Arizona State Wrestling Championship his senior year and was third as a junior ... served as captain of the wrestling team his junior and senior years, while being voted captain of the football team his senior year ... was the Salutatorian of his graduating class. • Personal: Son of Shelby and Bonnelyn Thwaits.

Max Smith

Freshman • 157 Arlington, Va. • Charles E. Smith Jewish Day

• Smith in High School: A 2013 graduate of Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School in Rockville, Md., Smith was a four-year wrestling letterwinner ... a three-time Maryland state placewinner, he finished third as a senior, third as a junior and fourth as a sophomore ... placed eighth at the prep nationals in 2012 ... served as team captain all four years. • Personal: Son of David and Elizabeth Smith.

fourth at the Iowa State Wrestling Tournament as a junior and third as a senior ... a threetime sectional and district wrestling champion ... served as wrestling team captain three years ... garnered all-district and all-city football honors as a junior and senior ... was the runner-up at the USA Folkstyle Nationals in 2008. • Personal: Son of Lou and Jodi Solari ... majoring in Economics.

Solari’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2012-13 1-2 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Career 1-2 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Matthew Sommers

Junior • 125 Mt. Prospect, Ill. • Notre Dame College Prep

• Sommers in 2012-13 (So.), 2011-12 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action. • High School: A 2011 graduate of Notre Dame College Prep School, Sommers was a three-sport athlete who earned letters in wrestling (4), cross country (3) and track & field (1) ... member of the wrestling squad that claimed the region championship in 2011 ... garnered Fargo AllAmerica honors ... served as team captain of the wrestling and cross country teams his senior year ... member of the National Honor Society. • Personal: Son of Thomas and Susan Sommers ... majoring in Information Technology ... named to the Commandant’s List the fall of his Plebe year.

Ethan Stanley

Freshman • 285 Saugerties, N.Y. • Saugerties

• Stanley in High School: A 2012 graduate of Saugerties High School in Saugerties, N.Y., Stanley attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2012-13 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who earned letters in football (4) and wrestling (4) ... a two-time New York state placewinner ... served as the President of the Saugerties chapter of the National Honor Society ... also served as his class president throughout high school. • Personal: Son of Kendall Sr. and Lisa Stanley ... earned NWCA All-America honors while at the Naval Academy Prep School ... brother, Derek, graduated from Army in 2012 and was a member of the wrestling program.

Kaden Steingruber

Freshman • 157 Meridian, Idaho • Rocky Mountain

• Steingruber in High School: A 2013 graduate of Rocky Mountain High School in Meridian, Idaho, Steingruber was a four-year wrestling letterwinner and a three-time Idaho state placewinner ... he was a three-time 5A District III champion ... served as team captain all four years ... member of the National Honor Society. • Personal: Son of Eric and Robin Steingruber.

Cody Solari

Sophomore • 165 Sergeant Bluff, Iowa • Sergeant Bluff-Luton

• Solari in 2012-13 (Fr.): Made his only appearance of the year at the Navy Classic where he posted a 1-2 record ... earned his first collegiate win via an 11-5 decision over The Citadel’s Michael Harper. • Solari in High School: A 2011 graduate of Sergeant Bluff-Luton High School, Solari attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a four-year wrestling letterwinner who also lettered three times in football ... placed

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Jericho Urmenita

Senior • 133 Auburn, Wash. • Auburn Mountainview

• Urmenita in 2012-13 (Jr.): Turned in a 12-13 record among the five tournaments in which he saw action ... also wrestled in a pair of duals ... placed fourth at the Franklin & Marshall Open, as well as at the All-Academy Championship ... finished sixth at the Navy Classic. • 2011-12 (So.): Did not see any varsity action. • 2010-11 (Fr.): Made his first collegiate appearance at the Navy Classic ... scored his first-career win by way of a forfeit by Franklin & Marshall in dual action. • High School: A 2009 graduate of Auburn Mountainview High School, Urmenita attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a four-year letterwinner in wrestling who served as team captain his senior year ... placed fourth at the state wrestling championship as a junior and was third at the state freestyle championship ... placed third at districts and regionals his senior year ... member of the drumline, he placed second in the state for his snare solo ... served as the drumline section leader. • Personal: Son of Richard and Elizabeth Urmenita ... majoring in Naval Architecture. Urmenita’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2010-11 1-3 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-0 0-0 2011-12 Did Not See any Varsity Action 2012-13 12-13 0-2 7-9 3-3 0-0 1-1 1-0 1-2 Career 13-16 1-2 7-10 3-3 0-2 1-1 2-0 1-2

Colton Van’t Hof

Junior • 184 Sioux Center, Iowa • Sioux Center

• Van’t Hof in 2012-13 (So.): Wrestled in three tournaments where he amassed a 2-6 record ... wrestled, but did not place, at the Knight Point Open, Navy Classic and Nittany Lion Open ... won three matches at the Knight Point Open, however, they did not count towards his record because they were unattached wrestlers. • 2011-12 (Fr.): Competed in a pair of tournaments as a rookie, including the Navy Classic where he placed sixth at 174 pounds ... earned his first collegiate victory by way of fall against George Mason’s Seth Robertson ... posted a 2-4 record in his freshman season. • High School: A 2011 graduate of Sioux Center Community High School, Van’t Hof was a three-sport standout who earned letters in wrestling (4), track & field (4) and football (3) ... earned first-team all-district and All-State (Iowa) All-Academic his junior and senior years ... placed third at the state wrestling championship as a junior and second his senior year ... led the track team to the district title his junior season. • Personal: Son of Randal and Gretchen Van’t Hof ... majoring in Naval Architecture. Van’t Hof’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2011-12 2-4 0-0 1-1 0-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-0 2012-13 2-6 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-0 1-0 Career 4-10 0-0 2-5 0-2 0-1 2-2 0-0 2-0

Cam Wade

Sophomore • 157 Stanwood, Wash. Murphy

Archbishop

• Wade in 2012-13 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action. • High School: A 2011 graduate of Archbishop Murphy High School, Wade attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a four-sport athlete who earned letters in wrestling (4), cross country (3), track & field (3) and football (1) ... a three-time Washington State Placewinner, including winning the 2010 state title and being named the wrestler of the year ... served as team captain of the wrestling team his senior year ... member of his prep team that claimed the league wres-

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Peyton Walsh

Junior • 165 Glen Allen, Va. • Deep Run

• Walsh in 2012-13 (So.): One of six wrestlers who earned berths to the NCAA Championship, Walsh produced a 28-13 record which included a 6-1 dual record ... placed in six of the eight tournaments in which he competed, including winning titles at the Eastern Michigan Open and the All-Academy Championship ... defeated Michigan State’s Bobby Nash by a 4-2 decision to take the crown at the Eastern Michigan Open ... suffered his first loss of the season at the Roadrunner Open where he lost to Stanford’s Jim Wilson to place second ... finished fifth at the Navy Classic and sixth at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational ... pinned (1:36) Army’s Paul Hancock to win the All-Academy Championship ... placed fourth at the EIWA Championship to earn an automatic bid to the NCAA Championship where he would bow out after two matches ... suffered his lone dual loss against Army’s Paul Hancock (9-5) ... earned dual victories over George Mason’s Ty Knepp (9-3), Lehigh’s Ben Haas (fall, 3:57), Maryland’s Domenic DeRobertis (14-2), North Carolina’s John Staudenmayer (2-0), Rutgers’ Nick Visicaro (11-5) and American’s Phillip Barreiro (6-2). • 2011-12 (Fr.): Turned in a 14-11 record, including a 3-3 mark in dual action his rookie season ... competed in six tournaments, placing in three of them ... opened his collegiate career with a second-place effort at the Knight Point Open where he earned his first career win, a 4-0 decision over West Virginia’s Mickey Bennett ... placed second at the Navy Classic, dropping a 3-1 decision to teammate Joe Locksmith in the championship bout ... earned a 6-3 victory over VMI’s David Yost to take third at the All-Academy Championship ... claimed dual victories over Maryland’s Ben Dorsey and Campbell’s Mark Hartenstine ... represented Navy at the EIWA Championship at 149 pounds where he turned in a 1-2 record. • High School: A 2010 graduate of Deep Run High School, Walsh attended the Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory School during the 2010-11 academic year ... a four-year wrestling letterwinner, he earned All-State (Va.) honors as a senior, while also being named all-region ... served as team captain his senior year. • Personal: Son of Patrick and Maryalice Walsh ... grandfather, Tom O’Connor, graduated from the Naval Academy in 1948 ... majoring in Oceanography ... named to the Commandant’s List the fall of his Plebe year. Walsh’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2011-12 14-11 3-3 9-7 2-3 1-0 1-1 1-0 0-0 2012-13 28-13 6-1 16-8 4-4 1-1 7-0 0-0 0-0 Career 42-24 9-4 25-15 6-7 2-1 8-1 1-0 0-0 EIWA Championship History: 4-4 M3, 2012 Steve Santos, Columbia M3, 2012 Richard Bailey, Brown M3, 2012 Christopher Villalonga, Cornell

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Johnny Watson

Senior • 165 Lexington, N.C. • Forsyth Country Day

• Watson in 2012-13 (Jr.): Placed in two of the four tournaments in which he competed to post an 8-7 record ... finished fouth at the season-opening Knight Point Open and earned a 3-0 decision over teammate Bobby Burg to place fifth at the Navy Classic. • 2011-12 (So.): Turned in a 5-5 record competing in three tournaments for the Mids ... posted a 4-2 record at the Nittany Lion Open despite not placing ... also competed at the Knight Point Open and the Navy Classic. • 2010-11 (Fr.): Put together a 4-4 record among the two tournaments in which he competed ... all three of his wins at the Clarion Knight Point did not count towards his record due to prep school or unattached opponents ... scored his first-collegiate victory in the opening round of the Navy Classic, picking up a 12-2 major decision over West Virginia’s Rick Guerreri ... placed fifth at the Navy Classic after Bloomsburg’s Josh Veltre was forced to forfeit due to injury. • High School: A 2009 graduate of Forsyth Country Day School, Watson attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a four-year letterwinner in wrestling who led his high school to four-straight NCISAA State Championships ... a four-time North Carolina Individual State Champion, who placed third at the National Prep Tournament in 2009 ... a three-time National Prep All-American, who was also a two-time North Carolina Freestyle Champion ... member of the National Honor Society. • Personal: Son of Phil and Kathleen Watson ... brother, Stout, is a sophomore at the Naval Academy and is a member of the wrestling team ... uncle, Jeff Simpson, wrestled at Ohio State ... majoring in History. Watson’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2010-11 4-4 0-0 2-3 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2011-12 5-5 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 2-1 0-0 0-0 2012-13 8-7 0-0 5-4 1-3 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 Career 17-16 0-0 9-9 3-6 0-0 3-1 2-0 0-0

Stout Watson

Sophomore • 174 Lexington, N.C. • Forsyth Country Day

Robert Winning

Freshman • 174 Poolesville, Md. • Poolesville

• Winning in High School: A 2012 graduate of Poolesville High School in Poolesville, Md., Winning attended Old Dominion University during the 2012-13 academic year ... a two-sport athlete, he lettered three times in both football and wrestling ... two-time Montgomery County champion (2010-11, 2011-12) and region champion ... placed fifth in the 1A/2A Maryland State Wrestling Championship as a junior and third as a senior ... garnered first-team all-county wrestling recognition as a junior and senior ... served as captain of the wrestling team his junior and senior years and was also named the team MVP in both of those seasons ... also voted the captain of the football team his senior year ... was the Vice President of his graduating class ... recipient of the Certificate of Meritorious Achievement for his more than 300 community service hours served. • Personal: Son of Craig and Lillian Winning ... grandfather Charles E. Jackson graduated from the Naval Academy in 1946.

Michael Woulfe

Sophomore • 184 Oak Park, Ill. • Oak Park River Forest

• Woulfe in 2012-13 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action. • High School: A 2012 graduate of Oak Park River Forest High School, Woulfe was a three-year wrestling letterwinner who also earned a letter in soccer ... part of the wrestling program that was the 2012 Illinois State Runnerup ... a two-time All-State (Ill.) selection in freestyle and Greco Roman (2010, ‘11) ... was a Greco Roman national qualifier in 2010 ... served as the wrestling team captain his senior year. • Personal: Son of Brian and Nancy Woulfe ... majoring in Physics, he boasts a 3.74 grade-point average ... named to the Commandant’s List in each of his first two semesters ... earned Superintendent’s List mention in the fall of his freshman year and garnered Dean’s List mention following the spring term ... ranked 79th in his class (1,169) in overall order of merit ... he’s in the top 12 percent in academic order of merit and the top 14 percent in military order of merit.

• Watson in 2012-13 (Jr.): Put together a 3-4 record wrestling at the Nittany Lion Open and the Franklin & Marshall Open ... defeated Clarion’s Ryan Darch, 6-3, to earn his first collegiate victory. • High School: A 2011 graduate of Forsyth Country Day School, Watson attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2011-12 academic year ... a six-year letterwinner in wrestling who was a four-time North Carolina State Champion and a twotime national prep All-american ... served as Student Body President and Vice President ... member of the National Honor Society. • Personal: Son of Phil and Kathleen Watson ... brother, Johnny, is a senior at the Naval Academy and is a member of the wrestling team ... uncle, Jeff Simpson, wrestled at Ohio State ... majoring in History. Watson’s Career Stats Record Dual Dec MD TF Fall Inj/Forf OT 2012-13 3-4 0-0 2-4 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 Career 3-4 0-0 2-4 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

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2012-13 Season In Review

2012-13 Schedule/Results (6-1 Overall / 3-1 EIWA) Date Nov. 3 Nov. 4 Nov. 10-11 Nov. 17 Nov. 30-Dec. 1 Dec. 2 Dec. 8 Jan. 1-2 Jan. 5 Jan. 12 Jan. 19 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Feb. 2 Feb. 9 Feb. 24 March 8-9 March 21-23

Opponent / Tournament at Eastern Michigan Open at Clarion Open at Roadrunner Open Navy Classic + at Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational at Nittany Lion Open at George Mason at Southern Scuffle at Franklin & Marshall Open Lehigh # at #23 Maryland North Carolina # Rutgers + at All-Academy Championship American + at Army at EIWA (Rutgers) at NCAA Championships

Location Result / Time Overall Ypsilanti, Mich. --- NTS; 4 Champs Clarion, Pa. --- NTS Fresno, Calif. --- NTS; 3 Champs Annapolis, Md. --- 2nd (9 teams); 3 Champs Las Vegas, Nev. --- 10th (32 teams) State College, Pa. --- NTS Fairfax, Va. W 33-4 1-0 Chattanooga, Tenn. --- 12th (25 teams) Lancaster, Pa. --- NTS; 2 Champs Annapolis, Md. L 15-19 1-1 College Park, Md. W 22-18 2-1 Annapolis, Md. W 27-6 3-1 Annapolis, Md. W 19-15 4-1 West Point, N.Y. --- 1st (8 teams); 7 Champs Annapolis, Md. W 32-9 5-1 West Point N.Y. W 22-10 6-1 New Brunswick, N.J. 2nd (14 teams); 1 Champ Des Moines, Iowa T49 (72 teams)

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* EIWA opponent; + Wesley Brown Field House; # Alumni Hall; NTS - No Team Scoring; all times Eastern and subject to change

Dual Meet Breakdown

Opponent 125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 HWT Total George Mason L 0 / 4 W 3 / 0 W 3 / 0 W 3 / 0 W 4 / 0 W 3 / 0 W 6 / 0 W 5 / 0 W 3 / 0 W 3 / 0 33 / 4 Lehigh L 0 / 3 L 0 / 3 W 3 / 0 L 0 / 4 L 0 / 3 W 6 / 0 L 0 / 3 L 0 / 3 W 3 / 0 W 3 / 0 15 / 19 Maryland L 0 / 3 L 0 / 6 W 6 / 0 W 5 / 0 W 4 / 0 W 4 / 0 L 0 / 3 L 0 / 3 L 0 / 3 W 3 / 0 22 / 18 North Carolina L 0 / 3 W 4 / 0 L 0 / 3 W 3 / 0 W 3 / 0 W 3 / 0 W 3 / 0 W 3 / 0 W 4 / 0 W 4 / 0 27 / 6 Rutgers L 0 / 3 L 0 / 3 L 0 / 3 W 4 / 0 W 3 / 0 W 3 / 0 W 3 / 0 L 0 / 3 W 6 / 0 L 0 / 3 19 / 15 American L 0 / 3 W 3 / 0 W 6 / 0 L 0 / 3 W 4 / 0 W 3 / 0 W 6 / 0 W 4 / 0 W 6 / 0 L 0 / 3 32 / 9 Army W 3 / 0 W 3 / 0 L 0 / 3 L 0 / 4 W 4 / 0 L 0 / 3 W 3 / 0 W 3 / 0 W 3 / 0 W 3 / 0 22 / 10 Overall 3 / 19 13 / 12 18 / 9 15 / 11 22 / 3 22 / 3 21 / 6 15 / 9 25 / 3 16 / 6 170 / 81

Starting Lineup Opponent Buffalo George Mason Lehigh Maryland North Carolina Rutgers American Army

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125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 HWT Prada Kalil Q. Leadbeter Locksmith Barnhisel Bailey Huntley Rebertus Rands Miller Urmenita Rasche Locksmith Hunter Barnhisel Walsh M. Miller Bailey Huntley D. Miller Prada Rasche A. Johnson Hunter Barnhisel Walsh M. Miller Bailey Huntley D. Miller Prada Rasche Locksmith Borja Barnhisel Walsh M. Miller Bailey Huntley D. Miller Prada Rasche Locksmith Borja Barnhisel Walsh M. Miller Bailey Huntley D. Miller Prada Rasche Locksmith Borja Burg Walsh M. Miller Bailey Huntley D. Miller Urmenita Rasche A. Johnson Borja Burg Walsh M. Miller Bailey Huntley D. Miller Prada Rasche Locksmith Borja Barnhisel Walsh M. Miller Bailey Huntley D. Miller


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2012-13 Individual Records All Matches Wt. Wrestler Season Career 125 Patrick Prada (So) 19-11 23-23 Ryan Hedgcorth (So) 1-2 1-2 James Kerrick (Sr) 0-0 2-3 Matthew Sommers (So) 0-0 0-0 Jericho Urmentia (Jr) 12-13 13-16 Sam Warne (Jr) 9-11 9-11

Duals Ranked All EIWA Tourneys Opp. 1-4 1-2 18-7 0-3 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1 12-11 0-1 0-0 0-0 9-11 0-0

Overtime SV TB Dec 1-0 0-0 16-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1 7-9 0-0 0-0 5-7

133 Colton Rasche (So) 19-12 Dakota Beach (Fr) 2-4 Quentin Leadbeter (So) 8-8 Ryan Lewandowski (Fr) 1-1 141 Joe Locksmith (Jr) 17-16 Jon Clemente (Fr) 2-4 Robert Davis (Jr) 1-2 Alex Johnson (Jr) 17-7

22-13 2-4 12-17 1-1

4-3 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-1 0-0 16-10 3-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 5-7 2-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

34-35 2-4 2-5 27-15

2-3 0-2 15-13 0-6 0-1 0-2 12-15 3-0 0-0 2-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 2-0 15-7 0-1 0-0 0-0 9-5 3-2 1-0 3-0 1-0

149 Raymond Borja (Jr) Zach Basich (Sr) Trey Duncan (Fr) Willie Fox (Fr) Ben Hunter (Jr.) Zach Johnson (Jr) Blake Peek (Fr)

24-9 10-7 7-4 0-0 6-5 7-4 0-0

36-25 37-25 7-4 0-0 16-16 12-9 0-0

3-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

21-7 10-7 7-4 0-0 5-4 7-4 0-0

2-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 12-8 5-1 2-0 2-0 3-0 0-1 0-0 8-5 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 4-3 0-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-2 0-2 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-1 1-0 3-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

157 Bobby Barnhisel (Sr) Bobby Burg (Fr) Albert Schultz (So) Cam Wade (Fr) Johnny Watson (Jr) Zach White (Sr)

32-8 67-29 11-7 11-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 8-5 17-14 0-0 2-6

4-1 1-1 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

28-7 9-7 0-0 0-0 8-5 0-0

2-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

1-0 0-0 13-4 7-0 9-1 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 4-6 3-0 2-0 2-0 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 0-0 0-0 5-2 1-3 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

15-9 2-4 8-8 1-1

0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0

MD TF Fall For/Def 3-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 1-1 1-0 1-1 0-0 2-3 1-0

165 Peyton Walsh (So) 28-13 42-24 Matt Cusack (Fr) 0-0 0-0 Matt Jackson (Sr) 12-7 25-18 John Keck (Fr) 8-7 8-7 Jordan Krulik (Jr) 2-3 5-7 Thomas Manning (So) 2-2 2-2 Jake Schalles (Sr) 5-7 24-23 Stout Watson (Fr) 2-2 2-2 Cody Solari (Fr) 1-2 1-2

6-1 3-1 22-12 1-5 0-0 0-0 16-8 4-4 1-1 7-0 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 12-7 0-1 0-0 0-0 8-6 2-1 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 8-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-5 0-2 0-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-7 1-0 0-1 0-0 2-5 2-2 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-2 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

174 Mathew Miller (Fr) Gary Albright (Jr) Connor Coyle (Fr) William Miller (Fr) Michael Woulfe (Fr)

5-2 3-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

24-7 24-7 7-6 10-12 0-0 0-0 16-8 16-8 0-0 0-0

19-5 7-6 0-0 16-8 0-0

2-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

9-5 5-6 0-0 9-3 0-0

2-1 3-0 10-1 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 2-0 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

184 Mason Bailey (Sr) 31-15 75-46 James Mannier (Jr) 17-9 37-24 James Maxwell (So) 0-0 3-5 Matt McVay (Sr) 0-3 3-11 Colton Van’t Hof (So) 2-6 4-10

4-3 2-2 27-12 3-11 0-0 1-1 17-14 8-0 4-0 1-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 17-9 0-3 1-0 0-0 7-6 4-2 1-1 4-0 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 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-6 0-1 1-0 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-0

197 Oscar Huntley (Sr) Colynn Cook (So) Michael Love (Jr) Kevin Marvel (Fr) Paul Rands (So) *+ Luke Schaeffer (Fr)

6-1 4-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

27-9 83-40 0-2 2-10 1-4 1-4 4-8 4-8 0-0 18-34 3-6 3-6

21-8 0-2 1-4 4-8 0-0 3-6

0-5 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

0-0 1-0 14-6 4-0 1-1 8-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-1 0-0 2-3 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-2 0-1 2-1 0-0

HWT Dan Miller (Sr) 21-13 66-41 5-2 2-2 16-11 1-5 2-1 1-1 17-12 1-0 0-0 3-1 0-0 Brendan Kahle (So) 7-10 8-14 0-0 0-0 7-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-5 1-1 0-1 2-3 1-0 Chance Rauscher (Sr) 0-0 13-17 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 * wrestled his freshman season (2008-09) at Northwestern; + wrestled the 2012-13 season unattached

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2012-13 Dual Results Dual 1 • Dec. 8, 2012 • Fairfax, Va. Navy 33, George Mason 4 Wt 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 285 125

Win Colton Rasche Joe Locksmith Ben Hunter #13 Bobby Barnhisel Peyton Walsh #13 Mathew Miller #19 Mason Bailey Oscar Huntley Dan Miller Rich Lavorato

Type dec dec dec major dec fall t-fall dec dec major

Dual 5 • Jan. 26, 2013 • Annapolis, Md. Navy 19, Rutgers 15 Loss Zach Isenhour Sahid Kargbo Greg Flournoy Jaaziah Bethea Ty Knepp Ryan Hembury Corey Smith Matt Meadows Jake Kettler Jericho Urmenita

Score N GM 8-2 3 0 7-5 6 0 10-5 9 0 14-0 13 0 9-3 16 0 5:40 22 0 15-0 27 0 5-4 30 0 5-2 33 0 10-2 33 4

Type Loss dec #12 Greg Zannetti dec #20 Mason Bailey fall Hayden Hrymack dec Dan Miller dec Patrick Prada dec Colton Rasche dec Joe Locksmith major Ken Theobold dec Scott Winston dec Nick Visicaro

Dual 2 • Jan. 12, 2013 • Annapolis, Md. Lehigh 19, Navy 15

Dual 6 • Feb. 9, 2013 • Annapolis, Md. Navy 32, American 9

Wt Win 125 Alex Abreu 133 Randy Cruz 141 Alex Johnson 149 Shane Welsh 157 #3 Joey Napoli 165 Peyton Walsh 174 #13 N. Brown 184 #3 Robert Hamlin 197 Oscar Huntley 285 Dan Miller

Wt Win 197 Oscar Huntley 285 Blake Herrin 125 David Terao 133 Colton Rasche 141 Alex Johnson 149 Kevin Tao 157 Bobby Burg 165 Peyton Walsh 174 #11 Mathew Miller 184 #20 Mason Bailey

Type Loss Score N L dec Patrick Prada 7-1 0 3 dec Colton Rasche 4-1 0 6 dec Laike Gardner 6-2 3 6 major Ben Hunter 10-2 3 10 dec #13 Bobby Barnhisel 6-2 3 13 fall Ben Haas 3:57 9 13 dec #14 Mathew Miller 5-3 9 16 dec #20 Mason Bailey 4-2 9 19 dec John Bolich 3-2 12 19 dec Jack Delia 7-2 sv2 15 19

Dual 3 • Jan. 19, 2013 • College Park, Md. Navy 22, #23 Maryland 18 Wt Win 149 Raymond Borja 157 #14 Bobby Barnhisel 165 Peyton Walsh 174 #6 Josh Asper 184 #6 Jimmy Sheptock 197 #15 Christian Boley 285 Dan Miller 125 Shane Gentry 133 #19 G. Alexander 141 Joe Locksmith

Type Loss t-fall Shane Arechiga major Danny Orem major Domenic DeRobertis dec #14 Mathew Miller dec #20 Mason Bailey dec Oscar Huntley dec Dallas Brown dec Patrick Prada fall Colton Rasche fall Frank Goodwin

Wt Win 197 Oscar Huntley 285 Dan Miller 125 #7 Nathan Kraisser 133 Colton Rasche 141 #7 Evan Henderson 149 Raymond Borja 157 #14 Bobby Barnhisel 165 Peyton Walsh 174 #14 Mathew Miller 184 #20 Mason Bailey

Type major major dec major dec dec dec dec dec dec

Loss Frank Abbondanza Cody Klempay Patrick Prada Patrick Owens Joe Locksmith Nick Heilmann Chris Mears John Staudenmayer Tanner Eitel Alex Utley

Type Loss fall Devon Bradley dec Dan Miller dec Jericho Urmenita dec Esteban Gomez-Rivera fall Matt Dorf dec Raymond Borja major Mark Cirello dec Phillip Barreiro fall Keithan Cast major Thomas Barreiro

Score N R 9-6 3 0 5-0 tb 3 3 4:20 9 3 8-5 9 6 5-2 9 9 6-5 9 12 2-0 9 15 19-9 13 15 9-2 16 15 11-5 19 15

Score N A 0:14 6 0 3-2 6 3 6-3 6 6 7-6 9 6 4:44 15 6 7-4 15 9 13-1 19 9 6-2 22 9 0:52 28 9 14-4 32 9

Dual 7 • Feb. 24, 2013 • West Point, N.Y.. Navy 22, Army 10 Score N M 19-3 5 0 9-0 9 0 14-2 13 0 3-1 13 3 5-1 13 6 9-4 13 9 3-1 sv 16 9 3-2 16 12 2:34 16 18 4:55 22 18

Dual 4 • Jan. 25, 2013 • Annapolis, Md. Navy 27, North Carolina 6

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Wt Win 174 #14 Mathew Miller 184 #11 Dan Rinaldi 197 Oscar Huntley 285 Billy Smith 125 Joseph Langel 133 Vincent Dellefave 141 Trevor Melde 149 Raymond Borja 157 Bobby Burg 165 Peyton Walsh

Score N NC 14-2 4 0 9-0 8 0 11-7 8 3 10-2 12 3 10-4 12 6 8-3 15 6 4-1 18 6 2-0 21 6 4-1 24 6 2-1 27 6

Wt Win 285 Dan Miller 125 Patrick Prada 133 Colton Rasche 141 Connor Hanafee 149 Daniel Young 157 #14 Bobby Barnhisel 165 Paul Hancock 174 #12 Mathew Miller 184 #19 Mason Bailey 197 Oscar Huntley

Type Loss dec Bryce Barnes dec Hunter Wood dec Jordan Thome dec Joe Locksmith major Raymond Borja major John Belanger dec Peyton Walsh dec Cole Gracey dec Ryan Tompkins dec Collin Wittmeyer

Score N A 8-2 3 0 3-1 sv 6 0 3-1 9 0 8-5 9 3 13-5 9 7 14-0 13 7 9-5 13 10 5-3 16 10 4-2 19 10 10-4 22 10


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2013 EIWA Championship 2013 Team Standings Rk. Team Points 1. Cornell 142.0 2. Navy 117.5 3. Penn 110.5 4. Lehigh 101.5 5. Rutgers 91.0 6. Army 81.0 7. Harvard 78.5 8. Columbia 75.0 9. American 57.0 10. Bucknell 47.0 11. Brown 38.0 12. Princeton 24.5 13. Franklin & Marshall 21.5 14. Sacred Heart 0.0

Award Winners

The Coaches’ Trophy — Kyle Dake, Cornell Given at the conclusion of the EIWA Tournament to the championship’s most valuable wrestler. Fletcher Award — Kyle Dake, Cornell Named in honor of a former Navy wrestler who died at sea in the service of his country, is presented to the wrestler who has scored the most team points during his EIWA tournament career. Sheridan Award — Kyle Dake, Cornell Given in honor of the former Lehigh coach to the wrestler who scores the most falls in the least amount of time. Coach of the Year — Bruce Burnett, Navy Presented to the coach, who, in the judgment of his peers, has done the most outstanding job during the season. Good Sportsmanship Award — Columbia Presented by the tournament officials to the team which exhibits the best sportsmanship in the EIWA Tournament. Wrestler of the Year — Kyle Dake, Cornell Presented by the coaches to the wrestler who had the most outstanding season. Freshman of the Year — Nahshon Garrett, Cornell Awarded by the coaches at the end of the season to the freshman wrestler who shows the most promise for the future.

Individual Champions 125 - Nahshon Garrett 165 - Kyle Dake 184 - Steve Bosak 285 - Dan Miller 197 - Micah Burak 133 - Randy Cruz 157 - Joseph Napoli 174 - Nathaniel Brown

149 - Steve Santos

141 - Richard Durso

Navy at the 2013 EIWA Championship 125 Pounds • Patrick Prada (Placed 7th) Rd Win Type Loss 1R (8) Patrick Prada dec Penn Gottfried, Col QF (1) Nahshon Garrett, Cor t-fall (8) Patrick Prada C2R (8) Patrick Prada dec (7) Alexander Abreu, L CQF (5) Jeffrey Ott, H dec (8) Patrick Prada 7th (8) Patrick Prada dec Penn Gottfried, Col

Score/Time 6-4 17-0 4-2 5-4 4-2

165 Pounds • Peyton Walsh (Placed 4th, NCAA Qualifier) Rd Win Type Loss 1R (5) Peyton Walsh dec Devon Gobbo, H QF (5) Peyton Walsh dec (4) Paul Hancock, Ar SF (1) Kyle Dake, Cor major (5) Peyton Walsh CSF (5) Peyton Walsh fall (2) Corey Lear, Bu 3rd (4) Paul Hancock, Ar dec (5) Peyton Walsh

133 Pounds • Colton Rasche Rd Win 1R Shay Warren, H C1R (4) Colton Rasche C2R (3) Bricker Dixon, Cor

Score/Time 7-4 7-0 2-0

174 Pounds • Mathew Miller (Placed 2nd, NCAA Qualifier) Rd Win Type Loss Score/Time QF (2) Mathew Miller dec (7) Cameron Croy, H 3-2 SF (2) Mathew Miller dec (6) Coleman Gracey, Ar 6-4 1st (1) Nathaniel Brown, L dec (2) Mathew Miller 3-2

Type Loss dec (4) Colton Rasche dec Andrew Hirai, P dec (4) Colton Rasche

141 Pounds • Joe Locksmith (Placed 8th) Rd Win Type Loss 1R (8) Joe Locksmith dec Kevin Moylan, P QF (1) Michael Nevinger, Cor dec (8) Joe Locksmith C2R (8) Joe Locksmith dec Alec Mooradian, Col CQF (4) Trevor Melde, R dec (8) Joe Locksmith 7th (6) Connor Hanafee, Ar dec (8) Joe Locksmith

Score/Time 11-4 2-1 tb 3-2 3-2 3-2

149 Pounds • Raymond Borja (Placed 3rd, NCAA Qualifier) Rd Win Type Loss Score/Time 1R (7) Raymond Borja major Todd Preston, H 14-4 QF (7) Raymond Borja forfeit (2) Shane Welsh, L --SF (3) Daniel Young, Ar dec (7) Raymond Borja 6-3 CSF (7) Raymond Borja dec (5) Kevin Tao, Am 5-3 sv 3rd (7) Raymond Borja default (4) Christopher Villalonga, Cor --157 Pounds • Bobby Barnhisel (Placed 3rd, NCAA Qualifier) Rd Win Type Loss Score/Time 1R (3) Bobby Barnhisel t-fall John Belanger, Ar 16-1 QF (3) Bobby Barnhisel major (6) Jesse Shanaman, Cor 12-0 SF (2) Joseph Napoli, L fall (3) Bobby Barnhisel 6:06 CSF (3) Bobby Barnhisel fall (4) Scott Winston, R 5:36 3rd (3) Bobby Barnhisel dec (5) Jake O’Hara, Col 4-0

Score/Time 9-3 5-2 10-2 4:28 6-1

184 Pounds • Mason Bailey (Placed 2nd, NCAA Qualifier) Rd Win Type Loss QF (4) Mason Bailey dec (5) Canaan Bethea, Pe SF (4) Mason Bailey default (1) Robert Hamlin, Le 1st (2) Steve Bosak, Cor dec (4) Mason Bailey

Score/Time 3-1 tb --7-1

197 Pounds • Oscar Huntley (Placed 6th) Rd Win Type Loss QF (3) Oscar Huntley dec (6) Jace Bennett, Cor SF (2) James Fox, H med (3) Oscar Huntley CSF (4) Bryce Barnes, Ar med (3) Oscar Huntley 5th (5) John Bolich, L med (3) Oscar Huntley

Score/Time 7-1 -------

285 Pounds • Dan Miller (Champion, NCAA Qualifier) Rd Win Type Loss QF (4) Dan Miller dec (5) Joe Stolfi, Bu SF (4) Dan Miller dec (1) William Smith, R 1st (4) Dan Miller dec (2) Blake Herrin, Am

Score/Time 10-5 3-1 2-1 tb

1R - First Round; 2R - Second Round QF - Quarterfinals; SF - Semifinals; CH - Championship; C1R - Consolation First Round; C2R - Consolation Second Round; CQF Consolation Quarterfinals; CSF - Consolation Semifinals Am - American; Ar - Army; Br - Brown; Bu - Bucknell; Col - Columbia; Cor - Cornell; F&M - Franklin & Marshall; H - Harvard; L - Lehigh; Pe - Penn; Pr - Princeton; R - Rutgers; SH - Sacred Heart

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2013 NCAA Championship

2013 National Placewinners

2013 Team Standings (top 20) Rk. Team Pts. AA Ch 1. Penn State 123.5 5 2 2. Oklahoma State 119.5 7 2 3. Minnesota 103.0 8 1 4. Iowa 73.0 4 1 5. Cornell 65.0 4 1 6. Ohio State 59.5 3 1 7. Missouri 56.5 5 0 8. Oregon State 48.5 3 0 9. Illinois 45.5 3 1 10. Virginia Tech 43.5 4 0

Rk. Team 11. Iowa State 12. Oklahoma 13. Nebraska 14. Edinboro 15. Northern Iowa Pitt 17. Northwestern 18. Central Michigan 19. Boise State 20. The Citadel

Pts. AA Ch 41.5 3 0 38.5 2 1 38.0 2 0 37.5 2 0 34.0 2 0 34.0 2 0 32.5 2 0 30.5 2 0 29.0 1 0 27.0 2 0

Navy at 2012 NCAA Championship 149 Pounds — Raymond Borja, Jr. Rd Win Type Loss Score/Time 1R R. Borja dec T. Bedelyon, Clarion 9-7 2R K. Tao, American dec R. Borja 9-3 W2R R. Borja dec D. Corby, Central Michigan 9-6 W3R (6) D. Ness, Minnesota dec R. Borja 9-2 157 Pounds — Bobby Barnhisel, Sr. Pl Win Type Loss 1R D. Bonin, Northern Iowa dec B. Barnhisel W1R (4) J. Green, Nebraska t-fall B. Barnhisel

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Score/Time 1-0 21-6

165 Pounds — Peyton Walsh, So. Pl Win 1R R. Leblanc, Indiana W1R M. Martin, Ohio State

Type Loss dec P. Walsh dec P. Walsh

Score/Time 6-1 6-1

174 Pounds — Mathew Miller, Fr. Pl Win 1R J. Cannon, Buffalo W1R A. Gabel, Virginia Tech

Type Loss dec (12) M. Miller dec (12) M. Miller

Score/Time 5-4 5-1

184 Pounds — Mason Bailey, Sr. Pl Win 1R M. Bailey 2R (4) S. Bosak, Cornell W2R M. Bailey W3R (5) K. Steinhaus, Minnesota

Type Loss Score/Time dec J. Rizqallah, Michigan St. 5-2 dec M. Bailey 2-0 dec C. Magrum, Ohio State 6-1 dec M. Bailey 4-1

285 Pounds — Dan Miller, Sr. Pl Win 1R (10) J. Trice, C. Michigan W1R D. Marone, Virginia Tech

Type Loss dec D. Miller dec D. Miller

Score/Time 2-0 5-4 tb

125 Pounds Rd Win Type Loss Score/Time CH (2) J. Delgado, Illinois dec (4) N. Megaludis, Penn St. 7-4 3rd (6) N. Garrett, Cornell dec (1) A. Waters, Missouri 6-1 5th (9) T. Sprenkle, N. Dakota St. dec J. Garnett, Virginia Tech 7-2 7th D. Thorn, Minnesota fall (12) T. Cox, Wyoming 1:17 133 Pounds Pl Win Type Loss Score/Time CH (1) L. Stieber, Ohio State dec (2) T. Ramos, Iowa 7-4 3rd (3) T. Graff, Wisconsin dec (4) A. Schopp, Edinboro 6-3 5th (7) J. Morrison, Oklahoma St. dec (5) C. Dardanes, Minnesota 6-4 7th (8) C. Brewer, Oklahoma dec (6) N. McCormick, Missouri 15-10 141 Pounds Pl Win CH (2) K. Maple, Oklahoma 3rd (1) H. Stieber, Ohio State 5th (11) M. Nevinger, Cornell 7th (8) N. Dardanes, Minnesota

Type Loss Score/Time dec (4) M. Port, Edinboro 4-3 major (6) U. Khishignyam, The Citadel 12-4 dec (5) E. Henderson, N. Carolina 9-2 dec Z. Neibert, Virginia Tech 9-5

149 Pounds Pl Win CH (1) J. Oliver, Oklahoma St. 3rd (5) S. Santos, Columbia 5th (7) S. Sakaguchi, Oregon St. 7th (10) I. Lopouchanski, Purdue

Type Loss Score/Time dec (2) J. Chamberlain, Boise St. 3-2 dec (6) D. Ness, Minnesota 7-3 dec D. Houdashelt, Missouri 6-5 dec (8) N. Brascetta, Virginia Tech 5-3

157 Pounds Pl Win CH (2) D. St. John, Iowa 3rd (6) A. Dieringer, Oklahoma St. 5th (10) R. Pena, Oregon St. 7th (4) J. Green, Nebraska

Type Loss Score/Time dec (1) J. Welch, Northwestern 3-2 fall D. Bonin, Northern Iowa 1:39 major (12) J. Moore, Virginia 11-2 major (5) J. Fleming, Clarion 14-4

165 Pounds Pl Win Type Loss Score/Time CH (1) K. Dake, Cornell dec (2) D. Taylor, Penn State 5-4 3rd (4) T. Caldwell, Oklahoma St. dec (3) P. Yates, Virginia Tech 5-1 5th (7) C. Polz, Illinois dec M. Moreno, Iowa State 7-5 7th (11) C. Yohn, Minnesota dec (8) N. Sulzer, Virginia 8-5 tb 174 Pounds Pl Win CH (1) C. Perry, Oklahoma St. 3rd (4) R. Kokesh, Nebraska 5th (8) N. Heflin, Ohio State 7th (7) J. Blanton, Illinois

Type Loss Score/Time dec (2) M. Brown, Penn State 2-1 tb dec (6) L. Storley, Minnesota 3-1 sv fall (3) M. Evans, Iowa 2:10 dec C. Walters, Ohio 4-3

184 Pounds Pl Win CH (1) E. Ruth, Penn State 3rd (4) S. Bosak, Cornell 5th (12) E. Lofthouse, Iowa 7th (6) R. Loder, Northern Iowa

Type Loss Score/Time major (3) R. Hamlin, Lehigh 12-4 dec (2) B. Bennett, C. Michigan 2-0 dec (7) J. Sheptock, Maryland 6-2 major (11) M. Larson, Missouri 8-0

197 Pounds Pl Win CH (2) Q. Wright, Penn State 3rd (3) M. Wilps, Pitt 5th (10) S. Schiller, Minnesota 7th (4) A. Hernandez, Wyoming

Type Loss Score/Time dec (1) D. Kilgore, Kent State 8-6 t-fall (5) T. Meeks, Oregon State 18-2 dec (6) K. Gadson, Iowa State 6-2 dec (11) B. Rosholt, Oklahoma State 7-4

285 Pounds Pl Win CH (2) A. Nelson, Minnesota 3rd (3) A. Gelogaev, Oklahoma St. 5th (9) Z. Thomusseit, Pitt 7th O. Delaney, The Citadel

Type Loss Score/Time dec (5) M. McMullan, Northwestern 6-2 dec (1) D. Bradley, Missouri 3-2 dec (10) J. Trice, C. Michigan 3-1 fall M. Gibson, Iowa State 2:44


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Series Records EIWA Opponents

Inaugural Opponent Matches Rec. Pct. Mtg. Last Match American 9 8-1-0 88.9 1997 2/9/13 W 32-9 Army 57 47-5-5 86.8 1957 2/24/13 W 22-10 Binghamton 0 0-0-0 00.0 --- --- --- --Boston U. 1 1-0-0 100.0 1978 2/18/78 W 35-6 Brown 8 8-0-0 100.0 1922 1/6/07 W 35-3 Bucknell 21 20-1-0 95.2 1979 1/10/09 W 18-12 Columbia 23 23-0-0 100.0 1911 1/5/08 W 31-9 Cornell 26 20-6-0 76.9 1912 1/8/98 L 3-32 Drexel 13 9-4-0 69.2 1986 1/26/02 L 15-20 Franklin & Marshall 20 20-0-0 100.0 1952 12/9/11 W 31-12 Harvard 10 9-0-1 95.0 1932 1/13/73 W 35-7 Hofstra 5 5-0-0 100.0 1961 2/16/74 W 34-8 Lehigh 93 47-46-0 50.5 1910 1/12/13 L 15-19 Penn 36 33-3-0 91.7 1909 1/10/09 W 21-13 Princeton 39 34-3-2 89.7 1910 2/15/03 W 34-15 Rutgers 27 21-6-0 77.8 1950 1/26/13 W 19-15 Sacred Heart 1 1-0-0 100.0 2002 1/26/02 W 33-12

Nonconference Opponents

Inaugural Opponent Matches Rec. Pct. Mtg. Last Match Alabama Polytechnic 1 1-0-0 100.0 1948 1/17/48 W 27-5 Appalachian State 3 3-0-0 100.0 1983 1/2/90 W 22-9 Arizona State 1 0-1-0 00.0 1990 1/27/90 L 12-24 Ashland College 3 3-0-0 100.0 1971 1/18/98 W 23-13 Auburn 1 1-0-0 100.0 1966 1/15/66 W 31-3 Baltimore Polytechnnic 1 1-0-0 100.0 1922 1/30/22 W 29-0 Baltimore YMCA 2 2-0-0 100.0 1924 1/29/97 W 16-9 Bloomsburg 6 4-2-0 66.7 1975 1/18/98 L 15-18 Brigham Young 1 1-0-0 100.0 1993 1/8/93 W 22-12 Brooklyn Polytechnic 1 1-0-0 100.0 1924 2/2/24 W 28-0 Buena Vista 1 1-0-0 100.0 1988 1/2/88 W 29-9 Buffalo 3 3-0-0 100.0 1973 11/12/11 W 21-15 C.W. Post/Long Island 1 1-0-0 100.0 1980 1/19/80 W 30-12 Cal Poly 8 4-4-0 50.0 1970 11/13/04 W 26-16 Cal State Bakersfield 4 3-1-0 75.0 1995 11/8/08 W 23-16 Cal State Fullerton 3 2-1-0 66.7 2004 11/7/08 L 17-21 Cal Univ. (Pa.) 1 1-0-0 100.0 1980 12/9/80 W 38-2 Campbell 1 1-0-0 100.0 2012 1/28/12 W 23-9 Canadian National Team 2 2-0-0 100.0 1925 2/27/26 W 29-0 Central Florida 3 3-0-0 100.0 1982 12/8/85 W 42-2 Central Oklahoma 4 4-0-0 100.0 1982 1/2/86 W 27-14 Chicago 1 1-0-0 100.0 1935 2/9/35 W 30-0 Citadel 1 1-0-0 100.0 1984 12/8/84 W 50-0 Clarion 2 2-0-0 100.0 1975 1/24/76 W 20-17 Clemson 4 2-2-0 50.0 1981 1/14/94 L 16-17 Cleveland State 4 1-3-0 25.0 1977 1/13/96 W 23-9 Coast Guard 4 4-0-0 100.0 1946 1/13/62 W 29-2 Colgate 2 2-0-0 100.0 1970 1/29/81 W 36-3 Coppin State 3 3-0-0 100.0 1991 1/16/99 W 39-9 Cumberland 1 1-0-0 100.0 2006 11/12/06 W 35-6 Dartmouth 2 2-0-0 100.0 1921 1/11/47 W 24-6 Davidson 1 1-0-0 100.0 1925 2/7/25 W 27-0 Delaware State 4 4-0-0 100.0 1993 2/12/05 W 48-0 Drake 1 1-0-0 100.0 1971 12/16/71 W 34-8 Duke 13 12-1-0 92.3 1925 2/13/00 W 21-14 Duquesne 2 2-0-0 100.0 1998 1/16/99 W 29-9 East Carolina 1 1-0-0 100.0 1980 2/17/80 W 28-13 East Stroudsburg 15 15-0-0 100.0 1970 1/13/12 W 43-6 Eastern Michigan 2 2-0-0 100.0 1996 2/7/04 W 24-15 Edinboro 2 1-1-0 50.0 1992 1/14/95 L 17-20 Florida 2 0-2-0 00.0 1977 12/16/78 L 12-31 Fresno State 1 0-1-0 00.0 2001 11/10/01 L 13-28 George Mason 6 6-0-0 100.0 1983 12/8/12 W 33-4 Gettysburg 5 5-0-0 100.0 1948 12/12/59 W 29-5 Howard 2 2-0-0 100.0 1996 1/16/99 W 31-21 Illinois 2 1-1-0 50.0 1952 1/14/95 L 13-20 Indiana 3 1-2-0 33.3 1923 2/12/38 L 6-22 Iowa State 3 0-3-0 00.0 1926 1/20/73 L 5-35 James Madison 2 2-0-0 100.0 1988 1/15/00 W 21-15 Kansas State 4 2-2-0 50.0 1936 1948 W 31-3 Kent State 3 1-2-0 33.3 1996 11/12/11 L 14-29

Inaugural Opponent Matches Rec. Pct. Mtg. Last Match Kentucky 1 1-0-0 100.0 1974 12/7/74 W 25-12 Lafayette 4 4-0-0 100.0 1914 2/15/81 W 40-5 Liberty 2 2-0-0 100.0 1982 1/21/11 W 34-6 Lock Haven 2 2-0-0 100.0 1990 1/11/92 W 22-14 Louisiana State 1 0-1-0 00.0 1984 1/11/84 L 13-19 Lycoming 2 2-0-0 100.0 1977 1/11/86 W 44-6 Mankato State 1 1-0-0 100.0 1970 12/18/70 W 27-10 Maryland 64 50-11-3 80.5 1951 1/19/13 W 22-18 Massachusetts 3 3-0-0 100.0 1975 1/23/82 W 37-3 Menlo College 3 3-0-0 100.0 2001 11/8/03 W 41-0 Merchant Marine 4 4-0-0 100.0 1946 1/14/61 W 23-3 Miami (Ohio) 2 2-0-0 100.0 1996 1/18/98 W 19-13 Michigan 7 2-5-0 28.6 1933 12/5/70 L 14-17 Minnesota 3 3-0-0 100.0 1966 1/10/92 W 25-9 Missouri 2 1-1-0 50.0 1970 1/4/03 L 12-30 MIT 3 3-0-0 100.0 1922 2/9/24 W 22-3 Morgan State 1 1-0-0 100.0 1982 1/15/82 W 37-6 Muhlenburg 3 3-0-0 100.0 1945 2/1/47 W 34-0 Nebraska 5 2-3-0 40.0 1937 11/12/11 L 6-27 Nebraska - Kearney 1 1-0-0 100.0 2004 1/3/04 W 30-3 Nebraska - Omaha 1 0-0-1 50.0 1971 1/13/71 T 17-17 New York University 1 1-0-0 100.0 1993 1/5/93 W 38-10 N.C. Pre-Flight School 2 2-0-0 100.0 1944 2/24/45 W 26-6 North Carolina 55 37-17-1 68.2 1930 1/25/13 W 27-6 NC State 33 24-9-0 72.7 1949 1/23/10 W 38-3 Northern Iowa 2 2-0-0 100.0 1970 1/14/95 W 33-6 Northwestern 7 4-3-0 57.1 1931 11/12/06 L 16-20 Notre Dame 1 1-0-0 100.0 1979 12/8/79 W 29-10 Ohio State 4 1-3-0 25.0 1940 1/9/99 L 6-26 Oklahoma 13 0-13-0 00.0 1965 1/7/12 L 10-26 Oklahoma State/A&M 7 0-7-0 00.0 1927 1/9/09 L 3-34 Old Dominion 7 6-1-0 85.7 1966 1/10/09 L 12-22 Oregon State 5 3-2-0 60.0 1985 11/28/89 L 14-20 Penn State 85 30-48-7 39.4 1910 12/9/05 L 6-28 Pittsburgh 39 25-12-2 66.7 1916 12/1/95 L 15-20 Pittsburgh - Johnstown 1 1-0-0 100.0 1982 1/9/82 W 42-3 Purdue 3 1-2-0 33.3 1996 1/7/06 W 25-12 Rhode Island 4 2-2-0 50.0 1974 2/17/78 L 16-23 Rider 16 13-3-0 81.3 1981 1/8/98 L 13-19 Sacramento City College 1 1-0-0 100.0 2002 11/9/02 W 47-0 Shippensburg 1 1-0-0 100.0 1987 2/21/87 W 35-6 South Dakota State 1 1-0-0 100.0 1970 12/19/70 W 31-3 Southern Connecticut St. 2 2-0-0 100.0 1980 1/24/81 W 43-6 Southern Illinois 5 5-0-0 100.0 1972 12/6/78 W 34-6 Springfield College 3 3-0-0 100.0 1967 1/13/73 W 33-0 Stanford 5 5-0-0 100.0 2001 11/8/08 W 27-11 Stetson 2 2-0-0 100.0 1984 1/2/86 W 44-3 SUNY Maritime 1 1-0-0 100.0 1980 1/19/80 W 59-0 Swarthmore 1 1-0-0 100.0 1944 1/29/44 W 27-3 Syracuse 30 19-9-2 66.7 1957 1/6/96 W 21-15 Temple 13 12-1-0 92.3 1942 1/9/82 W 26-8 Tennessee 2 2-0-0 100.0 1973 1/6/82 W 31-16 Tenn.-Chattanooga 1 1-0-0 100.0 2006 1/7/06 W 26-14 Toledo 1 1-0-0 100.0 1988 12/31/88 W 28-9 Toronto 1 1-0-0 100.0 1931 1/24/31 W 34-0 Tufts 2 2-0-0 100.0 1921 1/30/32 W 32-0 UC Davis 4 3-1-0 75.0 2001 11/12/05 W 23-13 UCLA 1 0-1-0 00.0 1978 1/2/78 L 13-20 Utah Valley State 1 1-0-0 100.0 2006 1/7/06 W 39-7 Virginia 7 7-0-0 100.0 1951 1/9/09 W 20-15 VMI 15 12-2-1 83.3 1922 1/23/71 W 37-2 Virginia Tech 15 15-0-0 100.0 1928 1/13/94 W 28-11 Washington 1 0-1-0 00.0 2006 12/14/06 L 15-24 Washington & Lee 9 8-0-1 94.4 1922 1/13/51 W 31-3 West Chester 3 3-0-0 100.0 1975 2/19/77 W 22-15 West Virginia 31 25-6-0 80.6 1921 1/17/97 W 22-15 Western Maryland 1 1-0-0 100.0 1928 1/28/28 W 33-0 Wilkes 25 18-7-0 72.0 1973 12/3/96 W 48-0 William & Mary 14 13-1-0 92.9 1969 2/9/91 W 35-11 Wisconsin 6 1-5-0 16.7 1993 1/5/08 L 12-23 Wyoming 1 0-1-0 00.0 2001 1/6/01 L 12-18 Yale 25 20-5-0 80.0 1911 1/12/91 W 29-8 *** 2013-14 dual meet opponents in bold ***

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Navy vs. 2013-14 Dual Meet Opponents American (8-1)

H: 3-1 A: 3-0 N: 0-0 1/12/97 H W 30-10 2/7/03 A W 40-6 2/12/05 H W 30-13 2/10/06 A W 23-13 12/8/06 H W 31-9 1/12/08 A W 31-16 1/16/09 H L 17-19 1/8/10 A W 18-17 2/9/13 H W 32-9

Boston UNIV. 0-0) First Meeting

Campbell (1-0)

H: 0-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 1/28/12 A W 23-9

Lehigh (47-46)

H: 37-21 A: 10-25 N: 0-0 2/26/10 H W 5-2 2/17/12 H W 6-1 2/15/13 H L 6-11 2/14/14 H W 32-0 2/13/15 H W 18-11 2/9/18 H W 26-4 2/8/19 H W 27-5 2/7/20 H W 31-0 2/25/22 H W 27-0 2/10/23 H W 20-10 1/26/24 H W 16-11 1/17/25 H W 19-6 3/13/26 A W 13-9 3/5/27 H L 11-14 2/11/28 H L 9.5-15.5 2/2/29 H L 8-15 2/15/30 H W 27-3 2/28/31 H L 9-19 1/23/32 H W 23-13 2/25/33 A L 12-16 3/10/34 H L 11-19 2/16/35 H W 26-8 3/6/37 A L 15-21 2/5/38 H L 4.5-25.5 2/4/39 H L 12.5-7.5 2/17/40 H W 17-11 2/22/41 A W 21-9 2/5/44 H W 25-5 2/28/48 H W 18-11 2/19/49 H W 19-16 2/18/50 A L 7-24 2/16/52 H W 18-10 2/28/53 A L 6-22 2/27/54 H W 16-14 3/5/55 A L 8-19 2/25/56 H W 20-13 2/23/57 A L 6-22 2/8/58 H L 11-14 2/7/59 A L 5-21 2/5/60 H W 18-13 2/4/61 A L 8-24 2/3/62 H L 9-18 2/2/63 A L 6-23 2/8/64 H W 20-11

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2/6/65 2/5/66 2/4/67 2/3/68 2/8/69 2/7/70 2/6/71 2/5/72 2/3/73 2/2/74 2/1/75 1/31/76 1/29/77 1/28/78 1/27/79 2/9/80 2/14/81 2/13/82 2/18/83 2/11/84 2/9/85 2/8/86 2/7/87 2/6/88 2/4/89 2/3/90 2/2/91 2/1/92 1/30/93 1/28/94 1/28/95 1/27/96 1/25/97 1/24/98 1/23/99 1/22/00 1/12/01 1/25/02 1/24/03 1/24/04 1/15/05 1/14/06 1/13/07 1/19/08 1/17/09 1/16/10 1/15/11 1/14/12 1/12/13

A L H W A L H W A W H W A W H W A W H W A L H W A L H L A L H L A L H W A W H L A L H L A L H W A W H W A W H W A W H W A W H W A L H L A L H L H L A L H L A L H L A L H W A L H L A L H W A L H L

11-17 19-14 11-20 21-13 22-12 23-13 23-14 26-8 21-15 20-12 14-18 22-16 16-25 18-24 11-33 10-25 19-21 35-10 24-20 12-22 17-25 12-28 16-22 21-13 21-19 23-11 29-8 25-9 19-12 27-6 22-9 19-15 13-24 3-37 3-33 12-26 15-22 10-25 0-37 9-29 16-20 12-20 16-12 19-22 13-30 9-28 19-15 6-28 15-19

Maryland (50-11-3)

H: 30-4-1 A: 20-6-2 N: 0-0 1/20/51 H W 24-6 1/19/52 H W 21-9 1/31/53 H L 11-15 1/20/54 H W 22-6 2/5/55 H W 21-7 2/4/56 H W 24-6 2/16/57 H W 15-9 1/18/58 A T 14-14 1/17/59 H L 10-19 1/16/60 H W 24-5 1/21/61 A L 8-18 1/20/62 H T 12-12 2/9/63 A L 8-17 2/15/64 H W 23-9 2/13/65 A L 11-17 2/12/66 H W 23-6 2/11/67 A W 21-10 2/10/68 H W 26-8 2/22/69 A T 15-15 2/21/70 H W 34-0 2/20/71 A W 28-6 12/5/71 H W 24-12 2/16/73 A W 24-6 1/9/74 H W 34-5 1/18/75 A W 23-15 1/17/76 H W 23-9 1/15/77 H W 24-11 1/14/78 H W 35-5 1/13/79 A W 36-9 1/14/80 H W 26-15 1/17/81 A W 26-8 1/9/82 H W 27-11 1/11/83 A W 25-12 2/4/84 H W 32-3 2/14/85 A W 21-17 2/12/86 H L 18-22 2/12/87 A W 29-12 2/13/88 H W 22-11 2/14/89 A W 28-10 2/6/90 H W 33-7 2/12/91 A W 21-15 2/5/92 H W 22-13 2/3/93 A W 16-15 1/13/94 A W 21-15 2/8/94 H W 22-14 2/9/95 A W 24-12 2/7/96 H W 18-13 2/6/97 A L 13-24 1/13/98 H W 23-11 1/13/99 A W 33-9 1/11/00 H W 22-12 1/17/01 A W 27-13 1/16/02 H W 24-12 1/15/03 A W 26-9 1/14/04 H W 39-3 1/13/05 A W 35-6 1/11/06 H W 33-9 1/10/07 A W 25-12 1/10/08 H L 18-21 1/30/09 A L 14-20 1/22/10 H W 19-14 1/22/11 A L 12-19 1/20/12 H L 12-23 1/19/13 A W 22-18

North Carolina (36-17-1)

H: 28-7-1 A: 5-9 N: 3-1 1/25/30 H W 22-8 1/17/31 H W 19.5-12.5 2/24/34 H W 29-3 1/25/36 H W 25.5-4.5 1/30/37 H W 16-14 1/29/38 H W 21-11 1/28/39 H W 27.5-6.5 1/20/40 H W 29-3 1/18/41 H W 24-8 1/10/42 H W 23-11 1/15/44 H W 32-0 2/17/45 H W 38-0 2/22/47 H W 28-6 1/27/51 H W 36-0 2/21/59 H W 23-3 1/25/75 H W 37-7 1/24/76 H W 22-16 1/8/77 N W 24-15 12/9/78 H W 18-16 1/11/80 A L 13-26 1/17/81 N W 30-5 2/6/82 H L 19-26 2/3/83 H W 29-5 1/21/84 A L 13-23 1/19/85 H L 19-23 1/18/86 A L 11-32 2/21/87 H W 19-17 2/20/88 A L 16-18 2/18/89 H T 16-16 2/17/90 A W 21-17 2/16/91 H W 27-15 1/11/92 N L 11-23 2/15/92 A L 15-16 1/8/93 H W 21-13 2/20/93 H W 24-13 2/19/94 A L 9-26 2/18/95 H L 14-30 2/17/96 H L 3-37 2/15/97 H L 9-30 2/14/98 A L 6-28 2/13/99 H L 11-29 2/12/00 A L 18-23 2/10/01 H L 13-21 2/9/02 A W 18-16 2/8/03 H W 21-10 2/7/04 N W 24-11 1/29/05 A W 27-10 1/28/06 H W 41-4 1/20/07 A W 25-9 1/24/09 A L 9-25 1/23/10 H W 21-15 1/28/11 H W 21-19 1/28/12 A W 25-12 1/25/13 H W 27-6


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Army-Navy Rivalry

There are few rivalries in all of sports that compare to that of Army-Navy. On the mat, Army-Navy wrestling is no exception. The two schools have been going to battle on the mat every year since 1957, when the Mids topped the Cadets, 17-8. Army then took four of the next five matches, before Navy went on the most dominant streak in the history of intercollegiate competition between the two academies. From 1963 to 1996, the Mids wrestled 34 consecutive matches without a loss. Navy won 30 matches and tied four times between 1963’s 18-9 win, and 1996’s 21-9 win. Through the streak, there were a few close matches, like Navy’s 22-18 win in 1993. But the majority were lopsided, such as the Mids’ 40-2 win in 1975. Navy’s dominance was most evident in the 1970s, when the Mids never failed to score fewer than 23 points, and never gave up more than 14. The average score between 1970 and 1979 was an amazing Navy 31.3, Army 6.7. In 2001, Navy kicked off its current 13-match winning streak by capturing an exciting 19-13 victory at West Point. In 2002, the Mids scored an electrifying 22-9 win over the Black Knights in Alumni Hall with a crowd of over 3,000 looking on that included Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. Last year the Mids won seven of the 10 bouts, including each of the first three to secure a 22-10 victory over the Black Knights at West Point. The Mids own a 17-match unbeaten streak against the Black Knights that dates back to 1997. In the last 51 matches between the two teams, Navy is a remarkable 45-1-5.

Navy Leads the All-Time Series:

47-5-5

Overall cumulative series score Average match score

Navy 1308, Army 595 Navy 22.9, Army 10.4

Longest winning streak Longest unbeaten streak

Navy 19 (1965-1984) Navy 34 (1965-1996)

Highest score Lowest score Largest margin of victory

Navy 40 (twice, 1975, 1976) Army 2 (twice, 1975, 1986) Navy 38 (1975)

Current streak Score during streak Average score during streak

Navy - 13 matches Navy 307, Army 125 Navy 23.6, Army 9.6

Year-By-Year Army-Navy Results Date Location Score 3/2/57 Annapolis W 17-8 3//1/58 West Point L 20-8 2/28/59 Annapolis W 17-9 2/27/60 West Point L 16-15 2/25/61 Annapolis L 15-14 2/24/62 West Point L 20-8 2/23/63 Annapolis W 18-9 2/29/64 West Point T 14-14 2/2765 Annapolis T 16-16 2/26/66 West Point W 19-14 2/25/67 Annapolis W 25-10 2/24/68 West Point W 19-13 3/1/69 Annapolis W 22-11 2/28/70 West Point W 26-6 2/27/71 Annapolis W 25-8 3/4/72 Annapolis W 37-3 3/3/73 West Point W 23-14 2/23/74 Annapolis W 34-3 2/22/75 West Point W 40-2 2/21/76 Annapolis W 40-5 2/26/77 West Point W 27-11 2/25/78 Annapolis W 26-12 2/15/79 West Point W 35-3 2/23/80 Annapolis W 29-7 2/21/81 West Point W 26-9 2/20/82 Annapolis W 36-6 2/19/83 West Point W 33-3 2/17/84 Annapolis W 33-6 2/23/85 West Point T 16-16 2/22/86 Annapolis W 29-2 2/28/87 West Point W 22-12 2/27/88 Annapolis W 20-15 2/25/89 West Point W 18-13 2/24/90 Annapolis W 21-11 2/23/91 West Point W 19-13 2/22/92 Annapolis W 22-18 2/27/93 West Point W 22-10 2/26/94 Annapolis W 19-12 2/25/95 West Point T 15-15 2/24/96 Annapolis W 21-9 2/22/97 West Point L 19-12 2/21/98 Annapolis W 21-10 2/20/99 West Point W 26-6 2/19/00 Annapolis T 16-16 2/24/01 West Point W 19-13 2/22/02 Annapolis W 22-9

Date Location Score 2/22/03 West Point W 21-14 2/21/04 Annapolis W 22-9 2/20/05 West Point W 23-10 2/28/06 Annapolis W 24-9 2/18/07 West Point W 29-6 2/22/08 Annapolis W 22-12 2/21/09 West Point W 26-9 2/20/10 Annapolis W 26-6 2/19/11 West Point W 24-9 2/17/12 Annapolis W 27-9 2/24/13 West Point W 22-10

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Tournament History Navy Classic

Navy # Year Pl. Tms Winner 1978 1 4 Navy 1979 1 8 Navy 1980 1 8 Navy 1981 1 8 Navy 1982 1 8 Navy 1983 1 8 Navy 1984 1 8 Navy 1985 4 9 N/A 1986 2 9 Lock Haven 1987 2 9 Lock Haven 1988 1 9 Navy 1989 1 9 Navy 1990 3 9 W. Virginia 1991 1 8 Navy 1992 4 7 NC State 1993 2 8 W. Virginia 1994 1 8 Navy 1995 3 8 W. Virginia 1996 1 7 Navy 1997 3 8 Nebraska 1998 2 9 W. Virginia 1999 2 8 W. Virginia 2000 5 8 Va. Tech 2001 4 8 Purdue 2002 3 8 W. Virginia 2003 3 7 The Citadel 2004 1 8 Navy 2005 1 8 Navy 2006 1 13 Navy 2007 2 12 Bloomsburg 2008 1 12 Navy 2009 1 9 Navy 2010 1 7 Navy 2011 1 7 Navy 2012 2 9 Kent State

Navy Champions 126 Doug Heimbach, 134 David Halladay, 1 42 Robert Trombadore, 150 Larry Kihistadius, 158 Paul Supchak 126 Scott Lynch, HWT Pat Brady 126 Doug Heimbach, 158 Mike Rodgers, 167 John Reich, 177 Mark Phillips, 190 George Fears 118 Sal LaCorte, 150 Frank Shaffer, 177 John Reich 166 Rob Kuzy, 177 John Reich, 190 Pat Ryan 126 Dave Marquis, 134 Andy Lynch, 142 Don Schleicher 142 Craig Dellorso, 177 Tim Curry 142 Craig Dellorso 190 Scott Kelly 190 Scott Kelly, HWT John Devine 158 Scott Schleicher, 167 Ron Neff 126 Mark Smith, 158 Scott Schleicher, 190 Davy Raby, HWT Brett Bourne 126 Mark Smith, 134 Kelly Davis, 177 Steve Cantrell 134 Ned Biehl, 190 Tom Storey 190 Tom Storey 142 Ned Biehl 142 Kurt Kyle, 177 Doug Zembiec, HWT Dan Hicks HWT Shannon Willits 126 Donny Williams, 167 Greg Gingeleskie, 190 Frank Workman 177 Greg Gingeleskie 157 Tyrone Neal, 197 Justin Woodruff 197 Justin Woodruff --141 Mark Conley HWT Steve Kovach --133 Sam Gray, 141 Nate Gulosh, 149 John Cox, 197 Thayer Paxton, HWT Tanner Garrett 125 Mike Kohler, 133 Brad Canterbury, 149 John Cox, 174 Matt Stolpinski, 197 Antonio Miranda, HWT Tanner Garrett 149 John Cox, 174 Matt Stolpinski, 197 Antonio Miranda, HWT Ed Prendergast 174 Matt Stolpinski, HWT Scott Steele 149 Bryce Saddoris, 174 Luke Rebertus 125 Aaron Kalil, 165 Oscar Huntley 125 Aaron Kalil, 141 Joe Locksmith, 149 Eric Filipowicz, 157 Bryce Saddoris, 174 Matt DeMichiel, 184 Luke Rebertus, HWT Dan Miller 133 Aaron Kalil, 149 Joe Locksmith, 165 Mason Bailey, 174 Oscar Huntley,184 Luke Rebertus 133 Colton Rasche, 149 Zach Basich, 157 Bobby Barnhisel

Navy Classic Miscellany Two-Time Navy Champions Doug Heimbach 126 Craig Dellorso 142 Scott Kelly 190 Scott Schleicher 158 Mark Smith 126 Tom Story 190 Ned Biehl 134/142 Greg Gingeleskie 167/177 Justin Woodruff 197 Tanner Garrett HWT Antonio Miranda 197 Bryce Saddoris 149/157 Joe Locksmith 141/149 Oscar Huntley 165/174

78-80 84-85 86-87 88-89 89-90 91-92 91-93 96-97 98-99 04-05 05-06 08-10 10-11 09-11

Three-Time Navy Champions John Reich 177 John Cox 149 Matt Stolpinski 174 Aaron Kalil 125/133 Luke Rebertus 174/184

80-81-82 04-05-06 05-06-07 09-10-11 08-10-11

Four-Time Navy Champions ---

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Navy Freshman Champions David Halladay Scott Lynch Sal LaCorte Rob Kuzy Tyrone Neal Luke Rebertus Oscar Huntley Joe Locksmith

134 126 118 167 157 174 165 141

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Tournament History All-Academy Championship Navy # Year Place Tms Winner 1995 1 8 Navy 1996 3 7 Army 1997 1 8 Navy 1998 3 8 Air Force 1999 1 8 Navy 2000 3 8 Air Force 2001 3 8 Air Force 2002 3 8 Air Force 2003 4 8 VMI 2004 1 8 Navy 2005 1 8 Navy 2006 1 8 Navy 2007 1 8 Navy 2008 2 8 Army 2009 1 8 Navy 2010 1 7 Navy 2011 1 8 Navy 2012 1 8 Navy 2013 1 8 Navy

Navy Champions 118 Travis Campbell, 150 Randy Walsh, 177 Doug Zembiec, HWT Dan Hicks 150 Randy Walsh, 158 Craig Schlottke, 190 Frank Workman 118 Steve Puskar, 126 Donny Williams, 150 Mike Stabile, 167 Greg Gingeleskie, 190 Frank Workman 118 Zane Stickel, 177 Greg Gingeleskie 125 Jason Homestead, 133 Zane Stickel, 141 Don Waters, 184 Greg Gingeleskie, 197 Justin Woodruff 141 Mark Conley 141 Mark Conley, 197 Mike Bigrigg 141 Mark Conley, 197 Mike Bigrigg 165 Frank Edwards, 197 Jim Letchford 141 Nate Gulosh, 149 John Cox, 165 Michael Barikian, 197 Thayer Paxton, HWT Tanner Garrett 141 Nate Gulosh, 174 Matt Stolpinski, 184 Jonny Kane, 197 Thayer Paxton, HWT Tanner Garrett 125 Alex Usztics, 133 Joe Baker, 174 Matt Stolpinski, HWT Tanner Garrett 157 John Jarred, 174 Matt Stolpinski, 184 Antonio Miranda, 197 Matt Parsons, HWT Ed Prendergast 133 Joe Baker, 149 Bryce Saddoris, 157 Spencer Manley, 174 Matt Stolpinski, HWT Ed Prendergast 133 Joe Baker, 174 Luke Rebertus, 184 Casey Caldwell 125 Aaron Kalil, 149 Glenn Shober, 157 Bryce Saddoris, 165 Robby Neill, 174 Mike Billings, 184 Andrew Buck 125 Aaron Kalil, 133 Allen Stein, 157 Bryce Saddoris, 174 Matt DeMichiel, 184 Luke Rebertus 133 Aaron Kalil, 141 Dustin Haislip, 157 Bobby Barnhisel 184 Luke Rebertus 133 Colton Rasche, 149 Raymond Borja, 157 Bobby Barnhisel, 165 Peyton Walsh 174 Mathew Miller, 184 Mason Bailey, 197 Oscar Huntley

All-Academy Miscellany Two-Time Navy Champions Randy Walsh 150 Frank Workman 190 Zane Stickel 118/133 Mike Bigrigg 197 Nate Gulosh 141 Thayer Paxton 197 Ed Prendergast HWT Bobby Barnhisel 157

95-96 96-97 1998-99 01-02 04-05 04-05 07-08 12-13

Three-Time Navy Champions Greg Gingeleskie 167/177/184 97-98-99 Mark Conley 141 00-01-02 Tanner Garrett HWT 04-05-06 Joe Baker 133 06-08-09 Bryce Saddoris 149/157 08-10-11 Aaron Kalil 125/133 10-11-12 Luke Rebertus 174/184 09-11-12 Four-Time Navy Champions Matt Stolpinski 174 05-06-07-08 Navy Freshman Champions Travis Campbell 118 John Cox 149 Matt Stolpinski 174 Joe Baker 133 Bryce Saddori 149 Luke Rebertus 174 Andrew Buck 184 Mathew Miller 174

95 04 05 06 08 09 10 13

Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational 2007 16 50 Michigan 2009 14 42 Ohio State 2010 18 36 Cornell 2011 18 33 Ohio State

Southern Scuffle

2004 3 23 Minnesota 2005 9 32 Minnesota 2006 5 32 Missouri 2007 9 28 Minnesota 2008 6 31 Cornell 2009 10 33 Cornell 2010 12 35 Cornell 2011 11 23 Penn State

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141 Nate Gulosh --- -- HWT Ed Prendergast --- -------

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Year-By-Year Records

Navy’s All-Time Coaching Ledger Coach Years Record Pct. John Schutz 27 1909, 1913-38 126-40-4 75.3 Paul Steifan 3 1910-12 9-3-0 75.0 Ray Swartz 22 1939-1960 125-37-4 76.5 Ed Peery 27 1961-87 311-90-13 76.7 Reg Wicks 13 1988-00 173-60-5 73.7 Bruce Burnett 13 2001-13 113-57-0 66.5 Totals 105 1909-present 857-287-26 74.4

Year 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62

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Coach John Schutz Paul Steifen Paul Steifen Paul Steifen John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz John Schutz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ed Peery Ed Peery

Captain Marc Mitscher Arthur Eddins Frank Loftin Fred Elder Leman. Babbitt Lewis Stecher John Davis Henry Broadfoot Ben Wyatt John Redman Frank Maichle Oral Swigart Oral Swigart Clarke Lewis Benjamin Arnold Hampton Ericsson Frank Timberlake Heywood Edwards Howell Dyson George Ashford George Ashford Claud Hughes Hugh Gray DanielGoodman Garrett Coleman Joseph Dougherty Joseph Dougherty Otis Cole Jr. John Merryman Heber Player Charles Leigh Allen Bergner John Landreth William Carmichael Charles Swift Josiah Henson John Hale Oscar Greene Jr. John Fletcher III John Fletcher III Leon Smith Leon Smith Robert Sutley Robert Sutley John Godek Art Jesser Pete Blair Ed Zabrycki Bob Daughenbaugh J. Longton, T. Stremic Doug Volgenau Paul Ilg Dick Royston Mike McGrath

NCAA Tourn. NCAA Appearances Champions All-Americans 2 0 2 0 0 0 11 2 15 27 1 28 12 0 6 13 0 10 65 3 61

Record EIWA NCAA 1-0-0 — — 3-1-0 — — 3-1-0 — — 3-1-0 — — 3-3-0 — — 5-1-0 — — 6-0-0 — — 4-1-0 — — 2-2-0 — — 3-1-0 — — 5-0-0 — — 7-0-0 — — 5-0-0 — — 8-0-0 — — 6-1-0 — — 7-0-1 — — 6-1-0 — — 3-3-0 — — 4-3-0 — — 3-4-0 — — 5-3-0 — — 7-0-0 — — 6-1-1 — — 6-1-0 — T8th 5-2-0 — — 4-2-1 — — 5-1-1 — — 4-2-0 — T10th 3-4-0 — — 3-4-0 — — 5-2-0 — T12th 5-3-0 — — 4-3-1 3rd — 5-3-0 3rd T5th 7-0-0 1st — 7-0-0 1st — 6-0-0 1st — 6-0-0 1st — 8-0-0 2nd 12th 8-0-0 3rd T9th 6-1-1 3rd T12th 4-3-0 6th T10th 6-2-0 8th T12th 6-2-0 10th — 5-3-0 6th — 7-1-0 4th T4th 7-1-0 4th 8th 6-1-0 4th T21st 5-2-0 5th T13th 3-3-2 7th — 4-4-0 11th — 5-3-0 16th — 6-3-0 6th T28th 4-5-1 3rd T30th

Year 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Coach Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett

EIWA Champs — — 4 8 1 0 13

Captain Mike Harman Dave Carey Gerry Franzen Wayne Hicks Dave Palmer Gary Burger Steve Comiskey Dale Stahl Lewis Mason Lloyd Keaser Ross Chaffin Fred Hahndorf Jeff Simons M. Costello, K. Goodrow J. Althans, M. Beck J. Hanson, D. Holoubek Larry Kihlstadius Rick Episcopo Doug Heimbach D. Halladay, G. Zanti John Reich Donald Schleicher Kevin Bianchi James Reich Craig Dellorso Scott Kelly Paul Radomski Scott Schleicher Brett Bourne Mark Smith Jamey Cummings Jeff Stepanic Dan Hicks Randy Walsh Alex Garcia Coleman Ruiz Greg Gingeleskie Justin Woodruff Mark Newman Mark Conley Stephen Kovach Mike Barikian Patrick Lukanich Tanner Garrett John Jarred Matt Stolpinski Scott Steele Bryce Saddoris Aaron Kalil Oscar Huntley

EIWA Ind. Champions — — 27 48 16 10 101

Record EIWA NCAA 5-3-0 4th T11th 6-2-1 5th T29th 3-3-2 3rd T10th 10-1-0 2nd 19th 7-1-1 2nd 9th 9-0-0 1st 5th 9-0-1 1st 19th 7-2-0 1st 23rd 16-1-2 2nd T9th 12-3-0 1st T9th 11-5-0 2nd T10th 12-1-1 1st 17th 20-1-0 2nd T35th 13-2-0 T2nd 13th 12-6-0 2nd 23rd 8-11-0 4th 36th 13-6-0 3rd T28th 18-5-0 2nd T19th 18-4-0 3rd 39th 19-3-0 1st 17th 18-0-2 2nd 11th 15-4-1 1st 32nd 13-4-1 5th T55th 11-10-0 1st T53rd 16-4-0 2nd 24th 18-3-1 2nd 29th 14-5-1 3rd 23rd 18-5-0 1st 13th 19-2-0 2nd 36th 13-5-0 2nd T36th 19-3-1 3rd T30th 13-6-0 2nd 32nd 10-6-1 3rd T43rd 14-5-0 7th — 7-6-0 6th T38th 9-6-0 6th T46th 9-5-0 6th T59th 10-3-1 6th T62nd 7-7-0 6th 30th 11-6-0 6th 36th 11-6-0 10th T39th 12-4-0 6th T60th 12-3-0 3rd T33rd 13-2-0 4th 34th 11-4-0 2nd 18th 6-4-0 4th 18th 7-9-0 5th 25th 5-3-0 6th T37th 6-6-0 5th T48th 6-1-0 2nd T49th


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Year-By-Year Dual Results 1908-09 • Coach: John Schutz 3/13 Penn 1909-10 • Coach: Paul Steifen 2/2 Penn 2/17 Penn St. 2/24 Lehigh 3/3 Princeton 1910-11 • Coach: Paul Steifen 2/11 Yale 2/18 Penn 2/25 Princeton 3/11 Columbia 1911-12 • Coach: Paul Steifen 2/10 Princeton 2/17 Lehigh 2/24 Cornell 3/2 Yale 1912-13 • Coach: John Schutz 2/8 Columbia 2/15 Lehigh 2/22 Cornell 3/1 Penn 3/3 Princeton 3/8 Yale 1913-14 • Coach: John Schutz 1/31 Lafayette 2/7 Penn St. 2/14 Lehigh 2/21 Cornell 2/28 Penn 3/7 Columbia 1914-15 • Coach: John Schutz 2/6 Penn St. 2/13 Lehigh 2/20 Penn 2/27 Yale 3/6 Cornell 3/13 Princeton 1915-16 • Coach: John Schutz 2/5 Penn St. 2/12 Penn 2/19 Pittsburgh 2/26 Yale 3/4 Princeton 1916-17 • Coach: John Schutz 2/17 Pittsburgh 2/24 Yale 3/3 Penn St. 3/10 Cornell

Record: 1-0 W

24-9

Record: 3-1 W W W L

6-1 18-9 24-8 15-18

Record: 3-1 L W W W

14-16 4-3 5-2 6-1

Record: 3-1 W W L W

4-3 6-1 3-4 6-1

Record: 3-3 W L L W W L

14-4 6-11 14-16 14-5 11-7 8-9

Record: 5-1 W L W W W W

21-0 5-12 32-0 27-4 25-6 26-6

Record: 6-0 W W W W W W

19-10 18-11 32-0 26-4 17-12 27-4

Record: 4-1 W W W L W

26-4 21-10 20-13 14-19 31-0

Record: 2-2 W L L W

33-0 14-17 8-19 1

1917-18 • Coach: John Schutz 2/9 Lehigh 2/16 Penn 3/2 Penn St. 3/9 Cornell 1918-19 • Coach: John Schutz 2/8 Lehigh 2/15 Penn 2/22 Columbia 3/1 Yale 3/8 Penn St. 1919-20 • Coach: John Schutz 2/7 Lehigh 2/14 Penn 2/21 Princeton 2/28 Columbia 3/6 Penn St. 3/13 Cornell 3/20 Yale 1920-21 • Coach: John Schutz 2/5 Tufts 2/12 Penn 2/19 Dartmouth 2/26 W. Virginia 3/12 Penn St. 1921-22 • Coach: John Schutz 1/30 Balt. Poly 2/4 Wash. & Lee 2/18 Va. Military 2/18 Brown 2/25 Lehigh 3/4 W. Virginia 3/11 Penn St. 3/18 MIT 1922-23 • Coach: John Schutz 2/10 Lehigh 2/17 Wash. & Lee 2/24 Penn St. 2/28 Indiana 3/3 W. Virginia 3/10 MIT 3/17 at Cornell 1923-24 • Coach: John Schutz 1/26 Lehigh 2/2 Brooklyn Poly 2/9 MIT 2/13 W. Virginia 2/16 Balt. YMCA 2/23 at Penn St. 3/1 Wash. & Lee 3/8 Brown

Record: 3-1 W W L W

26-4 27-4 14-16 30-0

Record: 5-0 W W W W W

27-5 33-0 27-4 24-4 30-0

Record: 7-0 W W W W W W W

31-0 22-8 28-4 33-0 18-14 27-4 26-5

Record: 5-0 W W W W W

33-0 27-4 26-5 26-4 19-6

Record: 8-0 W W W W W W W W

29-0 28-5 25-0 29-0 27-0 27-0 20-5 28-3

Record: 6-1 W W W W W W L

20-10 33-0 16-11 22-3 16-8 21-8 11-13

Record: 7-0-1 W W W W W T W W

16-11 28-0 22-3 17-8 16-13 3-3 31-0 20-3

1924-25 • Coach: John Schutz 1/17 Lehigh 1/31 Wash. & Lee 2/7 Davidson 2/21 Duke 2/28 C. Canadians 3/7 Penn St. 3/14 at W. Virginia 1925-26 • Coach: John Schutz 2/10 Iowa St. 2/23 Duke 2/20 W. Virginia 2/27 C. Canadians 3/6 Penn St. 3/13 at Lehigh 1926-27 • Coach: John Schutz 1/29 Balt. YMCA 2/5 Wash. & Lee 2/12 Oklahoma St. 2/19 Yale 2/26 at Penn St. 3/5 Lehigh 3/12 W. Virginia 1927-28 • Coach: John Schutz 1/21 Duke 1/28 W. Maryland 2/4 Virginia Tech 2/11 Lehigh 2/18 at Yale 2/25 W. Virginia 3/3 Penn St. 1928-29 • Coach: John Schutz 1/19 VMI 1/26 Duke 2/2 Lehigh 2/9 Virginia Tech 2/16 Indiana 2/23 at W. Virginia 3/2 Penn St. 3/9 Princeton 1929-30 • Coach: John Schutz 1/25 N. Carolina 2/1 Va. Military 2/8 Duke 2/15 Lehigh 2/22 at Princeton 3/1 W. Virginia 3/8 Penn St. 1930-31 • Coach: John Schutz 1/17 N. Carolina 1/24 Univ. of Toronto 1/31 Va. Military 2/7 Northwestern 2/14 Princeton 2/21 W. Virginia

Record: 6-1 W W W W W L W

19-6 26-5 27-0 24-5 29-0 9-18 22-3

Record: 3-3 L W L W L W

8-19 26-3 13-14 29-0 10-12 13-9

Record: 4-3 W 16-9 W 19-8 L 5-20 W 18.5-8.5 L 9.5-17.5 L 11-14 W 19-6 Record: 3-4 L 8-17 W 33-0 W 21-8 L 9.5-15.5 W 14-13 L 8-21 L 8-17 Record: 5-3 W 22.5-6.5 W 17-6 L 8-15 W 15-8 L 6-15 W 17-8 L 6-19 W 17-6 Record: 7-0 W W W W W W W

22-8 25-3 25-3 27-3 26-8 28-0 15-9

Record: 6-1-1 W 19.5-12.5 W 34-0 W 19-11 W 21-13 T 16-16 W 33-3

2/28 Lehigh 3/7 at Penn St.

L W

9-19 21-11

1931-32 Record: 6-1 • Coach: John Schutz • NCAA Champ. Finish: T8th • All-Americans: 158 - Silverstein 1/23 Lehigh W 23-13 1/30 Tufts W 32-0 2/6 at Princeton W 25-3 2/13 Oklahoma St. L 8-20 2/20 Harvard W 22-8 2/27 Brown W 34-0 3/5 Penn St. W 32-0 1932-33 • Coach: John Schutz 1/21 Princeton 1/28 Penn 2/4 VMI 2/11 Michigan 2/18 Wash. & Lee 2/25 at Lehigh 3/4 West Virginia

Record: 5-2 L W W W W L W

14-16 22-8 23-13 22-6 19-13 12-16 18-12

1933-34 • Coach: John Schutz 1/27 Penn 2/3 VMI 2/10 at Harvard 2/17 Wash. & Lee 2/24 N. Carolina 3/3 Oklahoma St. 3/10 Lehigh

Record: 4-2-1

1934-35 • Coach: John Schutz 1/26 Penn 2/2 VMI 2/9 U. of Chicago 2/16 Lehigh 2/23 Harvard 3/2 Pittsburgh 3/9 at Penn St.

Record: 5-1-1

W W W T W L L

27-3 26-8 19-13 16-16 29-3 3-31 11-19

W 38-0 T 16-16 W 30-0 W 26-8 W 21-11 W 38-0 L 3-29

1935-36 Record: 4-2 • Coach: John Schutz • NCAA Champ. Finish: T10th • All-Americans: 174 - Vogel 1/25 N. Carolina W 25.5-4.5 2/1 VMI W 18-12 2/8 Kansas St. L 10.5-15.5 2/15 Wash. & Lee W 16-12 2/22 Penn St. L 6-24 3/1 at Penn W 14-12 1936-37 • Coach: John Schutz 1/28 VMI 1/30 N. Carolina 2/6 Penn St. 2/13 Penn 2/20 Harvard 2/27 Nebraska 3/6 at Lehigh

Record: 3-4 L 8-20 W 16-14 L 0-30 W 23-3 W 17.5-12.5 L 14-16 L 15-21

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Record: 3-4

L 12.5-15.5 W 21-11 L 4.5-25.5 L 6-22 W 20-8 W 24.5-9.5 L 9-17

1938-39 Record: 5-2 • Coach: Ray Swartz • NCAA Champ. Finish: T12th 1/21 VMI W 17-9 1/28 N. Carolina W 27.5-6.5 2/4 Lehigh L 12.5-17.5 2/11 Harvard W 20.5-7.5 2/18 Penn W 30-0 2/25 at Penn St. L 11-17 3/4 Kansas St. W 16-12 1939-40 • Coach: Ray Swartz 1/13 Ohio St. 1/20 N. Carolina 1/27 Penn 2/10 Oklahoma St. 2/17 Lehigh 2/22 Harvard 2/24 at Michigan 3/2 Penn St. 1940-41 • Coach: Ray Swartz • EIWA Finish: T3rd 1/11 Duke 1/18 N. Carolina 1/25 Penn 2/1 W. Virginia 2/8 at Harvard 2/15 Penn St. 2/22 at Lehigh 3/1 Michigan

Record: 5-3 L W W L W W L W

11-21 29-3 24-6 3-23 17-11 23-5 10-24 14-12

Record: 4-3-1 W W L W T L W L

31-5 24-8 13-17 35-5 16-16 11-17 21-9 9-19

1941-42 Record: 5-3 • Coach: Ray Swartz • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T5th / 3rd • All-Americans: 155 - Bennett, 165 - Carmichael, HWT - Swift 1/10 N. Carolina W 23-11 1/17 at Penn St. L 14-16 1/31 Kansas St. L 9-17 2/7 Northwestern W 32-5 2/14 Temple W 36-0 2/21 at Penn L 12-16 2/28 W. Virginia W 34-0 3/7 VMI W 19-9 1942-43 • Coach: Ray Swartz • EIWA Finish: 1st 1/16 Virginia Tech 1/23 at Yale 1/30 VMI 2/6 Ohio St. 2/13 Penn St. 2/24 Penn 3/6 Columbia

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Record: 7-0 W W W W W W W

36-0 25-3 34-0 34-0 29-5 31-3 29-3

1943-44 • Coach: Ray Swartz • EIWA Finish: 1st 1/15 N. Carolina 1/22 Penn 1/29 Swarthmore 2/5 Lehigh 2/12 Penn St. 2/19 at Columbia 2/26 N.C. Pre-Flight

Record: 7-0

W W W W W W W

32-0 29-5 27-3 25-5 34-0 31-5 3

1944-45 Record: • Coach: Ray Swartz • EIWA Finish: 1st 1/13 Penn W 1/20 at Columbia W 1/27 Muhlenberg W 2/3 Penn St. W 2/17 N. Carolina W 2/24 NC Pre-Flight W

6-0

1945-46 • Coach: Ray Swartz • EIWA Finish: 1st 1/5 at Penn 1/12 Penn St. 1/19 Muhlenberg 1/26 USMMA 2/2 Columbia 2/23 Coast Guard

30-0 38-0 34-0 36-0 38-0 26-6

Record: 6-0 W W W W W W

29-3 23-13 36-0 26-6 31-3 29-3

1946-47 Record: 8-0 • Coach: Ray Swartz • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 12th / 2nd • All-Americans: 147 - Fletcher, 136 - Smith 1/11 Dartmouth W 24-6 1/18 Penn W 24-8 1/25 USMMA W 25-3 2/1 Muhlenberg W 34-0 2/8 Coast Guard W 27-3 2/15 at Columbia W 22-8 2/22 N. Carolina W 28-6 3/1 at Penn St. W 27-3 1947-48 Record: 8-0 • Coach: Ray Swartz • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T9th / 5th • All-Americans: 147 - Fletcher 1/10 Gettysburg W 21-3 1/17 Alabama Poly W 27-5 1/31 Kansas St. W 31-3 2/7 Columbia W 33-5 2/14 Princeton W 24-5 2/21 Penn St. W 28-6 2/28 Lehigh W 18-11 3/6 at Penn W 26-5 1948-49 Record: • Coach: Ray Swartz • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T12th / 3rd 1/8 at Columbia W 1/15 NC State W 1/22 at Yale W 2/5 Michigan W 2/12 at Princeton T 2/19 Lehigh W 2/26 Penn St. L 3/5 Penn W

6-1-1 32-0 28-5 17-9 21-10 14-14 19-16 10-20 23-9

1949-50 Record: 4-3 • Coach: Ray Swartz • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T10th / 6th • All-Americans: 136 - Smith 1/7 Columbia W 24-6 1/14 at Penn W 20-6 1/21 Yale W 16-11 2/4 at Michigan L 6-20 2/11 Rutgers W 15-14 2/18 at Lehigh L 7-24 2/25 Penn St. L 6-18

1950-51 Record: 6-2 • Coach: Ray Swartz • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T12th / 8th • All-Americans: 167 - Thomas 1/13 Wash. & Lee W 31-3 1/20 Maryland W 24-6 1/27 N. Carolina W 36-0 2/3 Rutgers L 11-14 2/10 Princeton W 26-4 2/17 at Cornell W 22-8 2/24 at Penn St. L 5-24 3/3 Virginia W 24-6 1951-52 • Coach: Ray Swartz • EIWA Finish: 10th 1/12 at Duke 1/19 Maryland 2/2 Illinois 2/9 Cornell 2/16 Lehigh 2/23 Penn St. 3/1 F&M 3/8 Penn 1952-53 • Coach: Ray Swartz • EIWA Finish: 6th 1/10 Temple 1/24 at Cornell 1/31 Maryland 2/7 Penn St. 2/14 Duke 2/21 Penn 2/28 at Lehigh 3/7 Columbia

Record: 6-2 W W W L W L W W

26-5 21-9 25-8 11-15 18-10 5-22 18-10 26-4

Record: 5-3 W W L L W W L W

31-3 18-10 11-15 3-27 30-0 30-0 6-22 22-6

1953-54 Record: 7-1 • Coach: Ray Swartz • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T4th / 4th • All-Americans: 167 - Gattuso, 191 - Blair 1/9 N. Carolina W 36-0 1/16 Cornell W 17-9 1/20 Maryland W 22-6 1/30 Pittsburgh L 13-15 2/6 at Penn W 22-6 2/13 at Columbia W 27-3 2/20 Penn St. W 19-9 2/27 Lehigh W 16-14 1954-55 Record: 7-1 • Coach: Ray Swartz • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 8th / 4th • All-Americans: 167 - Gattuso, 191 - Blair 1/8 Duke W 40-0 1/15 Rutgers W 19-11 1/29 at Penn St. W 16-12

2/5 Maryland 2/12 at Cornell 2/19 Columbia 2/26 Penn 3/5 at Lehigh

W W W W L

21-7 20-6 28-5 30-0 8-19

1955-56 Record: 6-1 • Coach: Ray Swartz • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T21st / 4th • All-Americans: 177 - Zabrycki 1/7 Gettysburg W 29-3 1/14 at Rutgers W 22-6 1/28 Penn St. L 7-23 2/4 Maryland W 24-6 2/11 W. Virginia W 33-3 2/18 at Columbia W 36-0 2/25 Lehigh W 20-13 1956-57 Record: 5-2 • Coach: Ray Swartz • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T13th / 5th • All-Americans: 191 - Stremic 1/5 at Penn W 27-3 1/12 Syracuse L 14-16 2/2 Columbia W 29-5 2/9 Penn St. W 14-13 2/16 Maryland W 15-9 2/23 at Lehigh L 6-22 3/2 Army W 17-8 1957-58 • Coach: Ray Swartz • EIWA Finish: 7th 12/14 Gettysburg 1/11 at Columbia 1/18 at Maryland 2/1 at Penn St. 2/8 Lehigh 2/15 Pittsburgh 2/22 VMI 3/1 at Army

Record: 3-3-2

1958-59 • Coach: Ray Swartz • EIWA Finish: 11th 12/13 Gettysburg 1/10 USMMA 1/17 Maryland 1/31 Penn St. 2/7 at Lehigh 2/14 at Pittsburgh 2/21 N. Carolina 2/28 Army

Record: 4-4

1959-60 • Coach: Ray Swartz • EIWA Finish: 16th 12/12 Gettysburg 1/9 Duke 1/16 Maryland 1/23 Pittsburgh 2/5 Lehigh 2/13 at Penn St. 2/20 at Temple 2/27 Army

W W T T L L W L

W W L L L L W W

30-0 34-0 14-14 12-12 11-14 8-18 27-5 8-20

34-0 25-3 10-19 8-17 5-21 3-27 23-3 17-9

Record: 5-3 W W W L W L W L

29-5 34-0 24-5 6-21 18-13 8-25 32-3 15-16


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1960-61 Record: 6-3 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T28th / 6th 12/17 Coast Guard W 25-2 1/7 Virginia Tech W 18-11 1/14 USMMA W 23-3 1/21 at Maryland L 8-18 1/28 at Hofstra W 19-13 2/4 at Lehigh L 8-24 2/11 Penn St. W 17-11 2/18 Temple W 27-6 2/25 Army L 14-15 1961-62 Record: • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T30th / 3rd 12/9 at Penn St. L 12/11 Michigan L 12/16 Hofstra W 1/6 Virginia Tech W 1/13 at Coast Guard W 1/20 Maryland T 2/3 Lehigh L 2/10 Pittsburgh L 2/17 at Temple W 2/24 at Army L

4-5-1 12-17 11-21 20-6 25-6 29-2 12-12 9-18 3-26 32-2 8-20

1962-63 Record: 5-3 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T11th / 4th • All-Americans: 137 - Harman, 177 - Franzen 12/8 Penn St. W 17-12 12/15 at Hofstra W 24-0 1/12 Va. Tech W 30-0 1/19 Syracuse L 10-20 2/2 at Lehigh L 6-23 2/9 at Maryland L 8-17 2/16 Temple W 25-5 2/23 Army W 18-9 1963-64 Record: • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T29th / 5th • All-Americans: 177 - Franzen 12/14 Hofstra W 12/19 Cornell W 1/11 at Temple W 1/18 Va. Tech W 2/1 at Syracuse L 2/8 Lehigh W 2/15 Maryland W 2/22 at Penn St. L 2/29 at Army T 1964-65 Record: • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T10th / 3rd • All-Americans: 137 - Hicks 12/12 at Cornell W 1/9 Syracuse W 1/16 Va. Tech W 1/23 Temple L 2/6 at Lehigh L 2/13 at Maryland L 2/20 Penn St. T 2/27 Army T

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26-9 28-10 32-0 14-16 11-17 11-17 16-16 16-16

1965-66 Record: 10-1 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 19th / 2nd • All-Americans: 191 - Nichols 12/4 Oklahoma L 12-21 12/11 Cornell W 19-15 1/8 at Syracuse W 26-13 1/15 at Va. Tech W 32-8 1/15 # Auburn W 31-3 1/15 # Old Dominion W 25-10 1/22 Pittsburgh W 35-3 2/5 Lehigh W 19-14 2/12 Maryland W 23-6 2/19 at Penn St. W 20-14 2/26 at Army W 19-14 # - Blacksburg, Va. 1966-67 Record: • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 9th / 2nd • All-Americans: 123 - Burger, 145 - Vanderlofske, 160 - Kent 12/3 Minnesota W 12/10 at Cornell W 1/7 Syracuse W 1/14 at Pittsburgh W 1/21 Va. Tech W 2/4 at Lehigh L 2/11 at Maryland W 2/18 Penn St. T 2/25 Army W

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1967-68 Record: 9-0 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 5th / 1stt • All-Americans: 137 - Vanderlofske, 152 - Kent 12/16 Springfield W 33-6 1/5 at Cornell W 23-13 1/6 at Syracuse W 30-9 1/13 Pittsburgh W 33-2 1/20 Va. Tech W 25-8 2/3 Lehigh W 21-13 2/10 Maryland W 26-8 2/17 at Penn St. W 17-14 2/24 at Army W 19-13 1968-69 Record: • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 19th / 1st • All-Americans: 167 - Welch 12/7 at Cornell W 12/14 Springfield W 12/20 Syracuse W 1/11 at Pittsburgh W 1/18 Va. Tech W 2/1 William & Mary W 2/8 at Lehigh W 2/15 Penn St. W 2/22 at Maryland T 3/1 Army W

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1969-70 Record: 7-2 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 23rd / 1st • All-Americans: 137 - Harman, 177 - Franzen 12/13 at Syracuse W 34-8 12/17 Oklahoma L 5-26 1/10 Pittsburgh W 28-6 1/17 Northwestern W 28-6

1/31 at Temple 2/7 Lehigh 2/14 at Penn St. 2/21 Maryland 2/28 at Army

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1971-72 Record: 12-3 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T9th / 1st • All-Americans: 118 - Schuler, 142 - Keaser 12/4 Ashland W 35-5 12/5 Maryland W 24-12 12/11 at Syracuse W 33-2 12/15 William & Mary W 34-6 12/15 Princeton W 23-11 12/16 at Drake W 34-8 12/17 at Iowa St. L 3-33 12/18 at Oklahoma St. L 0-32 1/8 Pittsburgh W 33-5 1/12 at Temple W 32-5 1/15 Harvard W 37-0 1/15 Virginia W 30-5 2/5 Lehigh W 26-8 2/12 at Penn St. L 12-23 3/4 Army W 37-3 1972-73 Record: 11-5 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T10th / 2nd • All-Americans: 142 - Muthler 12/6 S. Illinois W 23-8 12/9 Syracuse W 33-3 12/13 Cal Poly L 11-21 12/14 at Washington L 15-24 1/6 at Pittsburgh W 19-15 1/10 at Princeton W 26-10 1/10 at Temple W 33-6 1/13 at Harvard W 35-7 1/13 # Springfield W 33-0 1/17 Wilkes L 15-26 1/20 Iowa St. L 5-35 2/3 at Lehigh W 21-15 2/10 Penn St. L 13-24 2/16 at Maryland W 24-6

2/16 $ Buffalo W 26-14 3/3 Army W 23-14 # - Boston, Mass.; $ - College Park, Md. 1973-74 Record: • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 17th / 1st • All-Americans: 134 - Hahndorf, 190 - Simons 12/5 Tennessee W 12/7 at Cornell W 12/8 at Syracuse W 12/15 Wilkes W 1/7 at S. Illinois W 1/12 Pittsburgh W 1/12 Oklahoma L 1/12 Princeton W 1/15 Rhode Island W 1/19 Maryland W 2/2 Lehigh W 2/9 at Penn St. T 2/16 Hofstra W 2/23 Army W

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24-9 29-12 28-6 21-17 24-12 36-3 14-20 34-3 32-9 34-5 20-12 18-18 34-8 34-3

1974-75 Record: 20-1 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T35th / 2nd 12/4 S. Illinois W 17-14 12/7 # Kentucky W 25-12 12/7 # F&M W 36-2 12/7 at Princeton W 30-6 12/13 at Rutgers W 28-9 12/14 at Wilkes W 24-12 12/18 Cal Poly W 19-18 1/4 at Clarion W 29-15 1/6 at Bloomsburg W 29-6 1/7 Virginia W 29-5 1/8 Yale W 25-6 1/11 at Pittsburgh W 33-6 1/15 Cornell W 36-6 1/18 at Maryland W 23-15 1/18 $ Buffalo W 27-6 1/18 $ Massachusetts W 42-0 1/25 N. Carolina W 37-7 2/1 at Lehigh L 14-18 2/8 Penn St. W 19-16 2/15 West Chester W 33-6 2/22 at Army W 40-2 # - Princeton, N.J.; $ - College Park, Md. 1975-76 Record: 13-2 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 13th / T2nd • All-Americans: 118 - Costello, 158 - Althans 12/13 Rutgers W 35-5 12/13 Wilkes W 27-16 1/5 Bloomsburg W 29-11 1/7 Yale L 18-21 1/10 William & Mary W 18-16 1/10 Pittsburgh L 15-18 1/10 Princeton W 25-12 1/14 Rhode Island W 20-19 1/17 Maryland W 23-9 1/24 N. Carolina W 22-16 1/24 Clarion W 20-17 1/31 Lehigh W 22-16 2/7 at Penn St. W 20-19 2/14 West Chester W 35-8 2/21 Army W 40-5

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1976-77 Record: 12-6 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 23rd / 2nd • All-Americans: 158 - Althans 12/8 S. Illinois W 34-5 12/10 at Wilkes L 17-21 12/11 at Rutgers W 31-8 12/14 Cal Poly L 11-25 1/8 at Princeton W 23-15 1/8 # Lycoming W 29-6 1/8 # NC State W 24-15 1/12 Rhode Island L 19-21 1/15 Maryland W 24-11 1/22 Yale W 32-3 1/22 N. Carolina W 26-9 1/29 at Lehigh L 16-25 2/5 Penn St. L 13-23 2/12 at Pittsburgh W 29-15 2/19 William & Mary W 30-6 2/19 West Chester W 22-15 2/22 Cleveland St. L 16-19 2/26 at Army W 27-11 # - Princeton, N.J.

1977-78 Record: 8-11 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 36th / 5th 12/10 Wilkes L 14-17 12/10 Rutgers W 26-12 12/10 Florida L 17-19 1/2 at UCLA L 13-20 1/3 at Cal Poly L 2-40 1/7 Va. Tech W 23-11 1/7 NC State W 27-13 1/7 Princeton L 11-29 1/14 Maryland W 35-5 1/28 Lehigh L 18-24 2/4 at Penn St. L 14-23 2/11 William & Mary L 11-2 2/11 Pittsburgh L 18-25 2/11 Cleveland St. L 17-19 2/17 at Rhode Island L 16-23 2/18 # Boston U. W 35-6 2/18 at Yale W 36-11 2/18 at Mass. W 41-8 2/25 Army W 26-12 # - New Haven, Conn. 1978-79 Record: 13-6 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T28th / 3rd • All-Americans: 150 - Kihlstadius 12/6 S. Illinois W 34-6 12/9 Yale W 27-9 12/9 N. Carolina W 18-16 12/9 Wilkes L 19-21 12/16 Florida L 12-31 1/6 # Bucknell W 28-11 1/6 # Syracuse L 17-22 1/6 at Princeton W 21-17 1/9 at NC State L 15-19 1/10 at Duke W 25-11 1/13 at Maryland W 36-9 1/20 Columbia W 31-6 1/27 at Lehigh L 11-33 1/28 at Lafayette W 35-10 2/3 Penn St. W 23-11 2/10 at Pittsburgh W 21-16 2/10 $ William & Mary W 26-8 2/10 $ Cleveland St. L 13-22 2/15 at Army W 35-3

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1979-80 Record: 18-5 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T19th / 2nd • All-Americans: 167 - Reich 12/7 at Wilkes L 15-21 12/7 at Yale W 29-12 12/8 # Notre Dame W 29-10 12/12 W. Virginia W 30-15 1/8 Princeton W 24-11 1/9 at O. Dominion W 23-15 1/10 at NC State L 12-20 1/11 at N. Carolina L 13-26 1/14 Maryland W 26-15 1/18 at Rutgers W 33-7 1/19 $ C.W. Post W 30-12 1/19 $ N.Y. Maritime W 59-0 1/19 at Columbia W 27-10 1/26 S. Conn. St. W 28-12 1/26 Syracuse W 34-5 1/26 Pittsburgh W 37-6 1/28 Lafayette W 40-2 2/2 at Penn St. L 13-21 2/9 at Lehigh L 10-25 2/17 William & Mary W 30-9 2/17 East Carolina W 28-13 2/17 Nebraska W 19-14 2/23 Army W 29-7 # - New Haven, Conn.; $ - New York, N.Y. 1980-81 Record: 18-4 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 39th / 3rd 12/6 Wilkes W 29-13 12/9 Cal Univ. (Pa.) W 38-2 1/6 # Rider W 31-6 1/6 @ Princeton W 30-3 1/9 $ Va. Tech W 22-13 1/9 $ Clemson W 41-0 1/9 $ NC State L 15-20 1/14 Bucknell W 41-10 1/17 % N. Carolina W 30-5 1/17 at Maryland W 26-8 1/17 % Yale W 40-3 1/24 Rutgers W 40-8 1/24 West Virginia W 32-6 1/24 S. Conn. St. W 43-6 1/29 Colgate W 36-3 1/31 Penn St. L 15-17 2/1 at Syracuse L 16-19 2/8 ^ Bloomsburg W 27-17 2/8 at Pittsburgh W 32-9 2/14 at Lehigh L 19-21 2/15 at Lafayette W 40-5 2/21 at Army W 26-9 # - Princeton, N.J.; $ - Hampton, Va.; % College Park, Md.; ^ - Pittsburgh, Pa. 1981-82 Record: 19-3 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 17th / 1st • All-Americans: 167 - Reich 12/5 at Wilkes W 24-14 1/2 # C. Oklahoma W 24-13 1/4 at C. Florida W 40-7 1/6 at Tennessee W 31-16 1/9 Pitt.-Johnstown W 42-3 1/9 Maryland W 27-11 1/9 Temple W 26-8 1/11 Princeton W 36-3

1/15 $ Morgan St. W 37-6 1/15 $ William & Mary W 31-9 1/16 Old Dominion W 30-7 1/16 Cal Poly L 14-20 1/18 W. Virginia W 30-14 1/22 at Rider W 30-9 1/23 % Massachusetts W 37-3 1/23 at Rutgers W 43-5 1/30 at Penn St. L 18-24 2/6 N. Carolina L 19-26 2/6 Liberty W 34-2 2/6 Pittsburgh W 32-7 2/13 Lehigh W 35-10 2/20 Army W 36-6 # - Orlando, Fla.; $ - Hampton, Va.; % - Piscataway, N.J.

1982-83 Record: 18-0-2 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 11th / 2nd • All-Americans: 167 - Reich, HWT - Fears 12/3 Wilkes W 23-15 1/2 # App. St. W 34-0 1/2 at C. Florida W 43-3 1/3 # C. Oklahoma W 30-13 1/6 Rider W 33-9 1/8 $ G. Mason W 37-6 1/8 $ Princeton W 35-6 1/8 at F&M W 35-5 1/11 at Maryland W 25-12 1/15 Syracuse T 19-19 1/22 Bucknell W 30-10 1/22 NC State W 20-16 1/22 Rutgers W 33-6 1/29 Penn St. T 20-20 2/3 N. Carolina W 29-5 2/5 at Pittsburgh W 27-12 2/5 % Bloomsburg W 31-9 2/6 at W. Virginia W 39-3 2/18 at Lehigh W 24-20 2/19 at Army W 33-3 # - Orlando, Fla.; $ - Lancaster, Pa.; % - Pittsburgh, Pa. 1983084 Record: • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 32nd / 1st • All-Americans: 118 - Peters 12/3 at Wilkes W 12/6 Nebraska W 1/2 # Clemson W 1/2 # Central Okla. W 1/3 at Stetson W 1/6 at Rider W 1/7 $ G. Mason W 1/7 at Princeton W 1/7 $ F&M W 1/11 Louisiana St. L 1/13 at Syracuse T 1/20 at NC State W 1/21 at N. Carolina L 1/28 at Penn St. L 1/30 W. Virginia W 2/4 Old Dominion W 2/4 Maryland W 2/4 Pittsburgh W 2/11 Lehigh L 2/17 Army W # - Deland, Fla.; $ - Princeton, N.J.

15-4-1

23-13 26-18 21-9 33-8 55-0 24-12 39-6 24-9 32-0 13-19 22-22 27-15 13-23 13-28 33-11 30-9 32-3 21-17 12-22 33-6

1984-85 Record: 13-4-1 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T55th / 5th 11/30 Wilkes W 27-12 12/8 # App. State W 21-12 12/8 # The Citadel W 50-0 12/8 at NC State W 24-15 12/8 # C. Florida W 42-2 1/7 F&M W 37-3 1/7 Princeton W 27-12 1/7 G. Mason W 46-0 1/12 Syracuse W 21-15 1/19 N. Carolina L 19-23 1/26 Penn St. L 12-29 2/2 at Pittsburgh W 30-11 2/3 at W. Virginia L 13-20 2/9 at Lehigh L 17-25 2/14 at Maryland W 21-17 2/16 Bucknell W 27-12 2/16 Rider W 42-2 2/23 at Army T 16-16 # - Raleigh, N.C.

1985-86 Record: 11-10 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T53rd / 1st 12/2 Oregon St. L 11-30 12/6 at Wilkes W 22-18 1/2 at Stetson W 44-3 1/2 # C. Oklahoma W 27-14 1/2 # Clemson L 18-19 1/6 at F&M W 33-16 1/6 $ Princeton W 27-8 1/8 Syracuse L 15-24 1/11 % Drexel W 32-8 1/11 % Lycoming W 44-6 1/11 at Rider W 26-21 1/17 at NC State L 14-18 1/18 at N. Carolina L 11-32 1/26 at Penn St. L 15-27 1/27 W. Virginia W 20-19 2/1 William & Mary W 26-11 2/1 Pittsburgh L 14-19 2/8 Lehigh L 12-28 2/12 Maryland L 18-22 2/15 at Bucknell L 12-19 2/22 Army W 29-2 # - Deland, Fla.; $ - Lancaster, Pa.; % - Princeton, N.J. 1986-87 Record: 16-4 • Coach: Ed Peery • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 24th / 2nd • All-Americans: 126 - Treaster 12/1 Oregon St. W 36-6 12/5 Wilkes L 13-20 1/10 at Princeton W 33-6 1/10 # F&M W 39-6 1/17 at E. Stroud. W 35-8 1/17 $ Yale W 39-6 1/17 $ Drexel W 27-11
1/24 Penn St. L 13-25 1/26 N.C. State W 38-5 1/31 Syracuse W 28-10 2/1 Pittsburgh L 17-25 2/7 Lehigh L 16-22 2/12 at Maryland W 29-12 2/14 Bucknell W 28-7 2/14 Rider W 23-15 2/14 Old Dominion W 29-6


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2/21 William & Mary W 33-3 2/21 Shippensburg W 35-6 2/21 N. Carolina W 19-17 2/28 at Army W 22-12 # - Princeton, N.J.; $ - East Stroudsburg, Pa.

1987-88 Record: 18-3-1 • Coach: Reg Wicks • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 29th / 2nd 12/2 Oregon St. W 12-10 12/4 at Wilkes W 21-18 1/2 Buena Vista W 29-9 1/9 Princeton W 26-9 1/9 G. Mason W 39-3 1/9 F&M W 42-3 1/16 # E. Stroudsburg W 30-12 1/16 at Yale W 44-3 1/16 # Drexel W 33-10 1/18 W. Virginia W 22-12 1/23 at Penn St. L 17-21 1/24 at Bucknell W 27-13 1/30 Syracuse W 26-16 1/30 Pittsburgh T 19-19 2/6 Lehigh W 21-13 2/13 Maryland W 22-11 2/13 Rider W 27-12 2/13 J. Madison W 33-8 2/19 at NC State L 13-21 2/20 at N. Carolina L 16-18 2/21 at William & Mary W 23-13 2/27 Army W 20-15 # - New Haven, Conn. 1988-89 Record: 14-5-1 • Coach: Reg Wicks • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 23rd / 3rd • All-Americans: 158 - Schleicher 11/28 Oregon St. W 27-6 12/2 Wilkes W 22-12 12/10 at Syracuse L 12-26 12/31 # Toledo W 28-9 1/4 at Rider L 12-23 1/7 at F&M W 37-0 1/7 $ Princeton W 22-11 1/14 Drexel W 30-9 1/14 Yale W 35-8 1/14 E. Stroudsburg W 34-9 1/21 Penn St. L 8-30 1/27 at W. Virginia L 15-26 1/28 at Pittsburgh L 20-22 2/4 at Lehigh W 21-19 2/5 NC State W 21-13 2/11 Bucknell W 27-10 2/11 William & Mary W 36-6 2/14 at Maryland W 28-10 2/18 N. Carolina T 16-16 2/25 at Army W 18-13 # - Tampa, Fla.; $ - Lancaster, Pa. 1989-90 Record: 18-5 • Coach: Reg Wicks • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 13th / 1st • All-Americans: 158 - Schleicher, HWT - Bourne 11/28 Oregon St. L 14-20 12/1 at Wilkes L 12-27 12/8 Syracuse W 22-17 1/2 # Appalachian St. W 22-9 1/6 at Princeton W 35-3 1/6 $ F&M W 22-12 1/6 $ G. Mason W 21-16

1/12 at Rider W 1/13 at E. Stroud. W 1/13 % Drexel W 1/13 % Yale W 1/20 at Penn St. L 1/27 at W. Virginia L 1/27 ^ Arizona L 1/28 at Pittsburgh W 2/3 Lehigh W 2/6 Maryland W 2/10 at Bucknell W 2/17 at N. Carolina W 2/17 at NC State W 2/18 at Duke W 2/24 Army W 3/3 at Will. & Mary W # - Tampa, Fla.; $ - Princeton, N.J.; % - East Stroudsburg, Pa.; ^ - Morgantown, W.Va.

25-11 32-11 26-11 38-11 9-28 12-19 12-24 31-9 23-11 33-7 25-15 21-17 20-13 29-8 21-11 25-17

1990-91 Record: 19-2 • Coach: Reg Wicks • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 36th / 2nd 12/1 at Syracuse W 22-13 12/2 # Brown W 21-11 12/2 # Lock Haven W 25-8 12/2 at Cornell W 17-15 12/7 Wilkes W 29-11 1/5 Princeton W 33-5 1/5 F&M W 34-3 1/12 at Yale W 29-8 1/12 $ E. Stroudsburg W 36-9 1/12 $ Drexel W 37-3 1/19 Penn St. L 12-25 1/25 Pittsburgh L 9-25 1/26 W. Virginia W 18-16 2/2 at Lehigh W 29-8 2/9 Bucknell W 23-12 2/9 Coppin St. W 36-6 2/9 William & Mary W 35-11 2/12 at Maryland W 21-15 2/16 N. Carolina W 27-15 2/17 NC State W 26-12 2/23 at Army W 19-13 # - Ithaca, N.Y.; $ - New Haven, Conn. 1991-92 Record: 13-5 • Coach: Reg Wicks • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T36th / 2nd 12/2 Syracuse W 21-18 12/6 at Wilkes W 23-9 1/4 Bloomsburg L 15-17 1/4 Drexel W 18-13 1/10 # Edinboro W 18-14 1/10 # Minnesota W 25-9 1/11 # Lock Haven W 22-14 1/11 # N. Carolina L 11-23 1/18 at Penn St. L 3-34 1/24 at W. Virginia W 19-16 1/25 at Pittsburgh W 22-15 2/1 Lehigh W 25-9 2/5 Maryland W 22-13 2/8 $ Bucknell W 27-9 2/15 at N. Carolina L 15-16 2/16 at NC State L 15-22 2/22 Army W 22-18 2/26 Rider W 17-14 # - Hampton, Va.; $ - West Point, N.Y.

1992-93 Record: 19-3-1 • Coach: Reg Wicks • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T30th / 3rd 11/14 Penn St. L 9-22 12/4 Wilkes W 33-3 1/5 at Princeton W 33-3 1/5 # New York U. W 38-10 1/5 # Delaware St. W 54-3 1/8 BYU W 22-12 1/8 Oklahoma L 12-24 1/8 N. Carolina W 21-13 1/9 Brown W 20-10 1/9 Wisconsin L 12-18 1/9 Cornell W 21-13 1/16 at Syracuse W 21-9 1/22 W. Virginia W 21-10 1/23 Pittsburgh T 15-15 1/23 Coppin St. W 40-10 1/30 at Lehigh W 19-12 2/3 at Maryland W 16-15 2/6 Bucknell W 22-15 2/6 Rider W 18-17 2/20 N. Carolina W 20-12 2/20 NC State W 24-13 2/20 F&M W 21-12 2/27 at Army W 22-10 # - Princeton, N.J. 1993-94 Record: 13-6 • Coach: Reg Wicks • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 32nd / 2nd • All-Americans: HWT - Hicks 11/14 at Penn St. W 17-15 12/3 at Wilkes W 26-9 12/11 Syracuse L 15-18 1/8 at Drexel L 9-25 1/8 at Rider W 30-7 1/13 # Va. Tech W 28-11 1/13 # Maryland W 21-15 1/14 # Cal Poly W 28-15 1/14 # Wisconsin W 23-14 1/14 # Cornell L 15-17 1/14 # Clemson L 16-17 1/21 at W. Virginia L 10-22 1/22 at Pittsburgh W 21-14 1/28 Lehigh W 27-6 2/5 at Bucknell W 29-9 2/8 Maryland W 22-14 2/19 at NC State W 24-16 2/19 at N. Carolina L 9-26 2/26 Army W 19-12 # - Hampton, Va. 1994-95 Record: • Coach: Reg Wicks • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T43rd / 3rd • All-Americans: 177 - Zembiec 12/2 Wilkes W 1/7 at Syracuse L 1/13 # Old Dominion W 1/13 # CS-Bakersfield L 1/13 # Cornell W 1/14 # N. Iowa W 1/14 # Illinois L 1/14 # Edinboro L 1/20 West Virginia W 1/21 Penn L 1/21 Bucknell W 1/28 at Lehigh W 2/9 at Maryland W

10-6-1

28-6 12-25 23-12 12-23 19-13 33-6 13-20 17-20 24-9 15-17 19-18 22-9 24-12

2/11 Rider 2/18 NC State 2/18 N. Carolina 2/25 at Army # - Hampton, Va.

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19-15 19-18 14-30 15-15

1995-96 Record: 14-5 • Coach: Reg Wicks • EIWA Finish: 7th 12/1 Pittsburgh L 15-20 12/8 at Wilkes W 33-9 1/6 Syracuse W 21-15 1/12 at Kent St. W 19-15 1/12 # E. Michigan W 24-13 1/13 at Cleveland St. W 23-9 1/14 $ Purdue L 18-19 1/14 at Ashland W 31-6 1/14 $ Ohio St. L 6-28 1/14 $ Miami (Ohio) W 27-5 1/20 at Bucknell W 32-7 1/27 Lehigh W 19-15 2/7 Maryland W 18-13 2/10 E. Stroudsburg W 29-7 2/10 Virginia W 18-11 2/10 Howard W 32-9 2/17 at NC State L 12-31 2/17 at N. Carolina L 3-37 2/24 Army W 21-9 # - Kent, Ohio; $ - Ashland, Ohio 1996-97 Record: 7-6 • Coach: Reg Wicks • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T38th / 6th 12/3 Wilkes W 48-0 1/3 Syracuse W 29-13 1/6 NC State W 31-6 1/12 Kent St. L 12-21 1/12 American W 30-10 1/17 at W. Virginia W 22-15 1/18 at Pittsburgh W 21-16 1/25 # Columbia W 37-3 1/25 at Lehigh L 13-24 2/6 at Maryland L 13-24 2/8 at Rider L 11-26 2/15 N. Carolina L 9-30 2/22 at Army L 12-19 # - Bethlehem, Pa. 1997-98 Record: 9-6 • Coach: Reg Wicks • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T46th / 6th • All-Americans: 184 - Gingeleskie 12/13 Drexel W 25-10 1/8 Cornell L 3-32 1/8 Virginia W 19-18 1/8 Rider L 13-19 1/13 Maryland W 23-11 1/16 at Duquesne W 25-15 1/18 at Bloomsburg L 15-18 1/18 at Ashland W 23-13 1/18 # Miami (Ohio) W 19-13 1/18 # Delaware St. W 46-6 1/24 Lehigh L 3-37 2/14 at NC State L 15-23 2/14 at N. Carolina L 6-28 2/21 Army W 21-10 2/28 at Bucknell W 26-10 # - Ashland, Ohio

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1998-99 Record: 9-5 • Coach: Reg Wicks • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T59th / 6th 12/4 at Oklahoma L 6-36 1/9 at Brown W 18-15 1/9 # Ohio St. L 6-26 1/13 at Maryland W 33-9 1/16 Coppin St. W 39-9 1/16 Howard W 31-21 1/16 Duquesne W 29-9 1/23 at Lehigh L 3-33 1/24 at Drexel L 12-20 1/30 Rutgers W 23-15 2/13 NC State W 25-9 2/13 N. Carolina L 11-29 2/20 at Army W 26-6 2/27 at Bucknell W 19-16 # - Providence, R.I. 1999-00 Record: • Coach: Reg Wicks • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T62nd / 6th 12/12 Penn St. L 12/12 F&M W 1/11 Maryland W 1/15 at Virginia W 1/15 at J. Madison W 1/22 Lehigh L 1/28 at Drexel W 1/29 at Princeton W 1/29 # Rutgers W 2/12 at NC State W 2/12 at N. Carolina L 2/13 at Duke W 2/19 Army T 2/26 at Bucknell W # - Princeton, N.J.

10-3-1 13-20 24-13 22-12 27-12 21-15 12-26 30-6 31-6 20-12 28-7 18-23 21-14 16-16 32-3

2000-01 Record: 7-7 • Coach: Bruce Burnett • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 30th / 6th • All-Americans: 141 - Conley 12/2 at F&M W 44-3 12/10 at Penn St. L 9-28 1/6 # Stanford W 20-18 1/6 # Wisconsin L 9-25 1/6 # Northwestern W 29-16 1/6 # Wyoming L 12-18 1/12 Lehigh L 15-22 1/17 at Maryland W 27-13 1/27 Drexel L 10-30 1/27 Rutgers L 15-21 2/10 NC State W 19-16 2/10 N. Carolina L 13-21 2/16 Bucknell W 31-8 2/24 at Army W 19-13 # - Dallas, Texas 2001-02 Record: 11-6 • Coach: Bruce Burnett • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 36th / 6th • All-Americans: 141 - Conley 11/9 # UC-Davis W 23-10 11/9 at Stanford W 22-12 11/10 at Menlo Coll. W 23-13 11/10 at Fresno St. L 13-28 12/8 E. Stroudsburg W 41-3 1/5 $ Northwestern L 13-27 1/5 $ Oklahoma L 9-29 1/5 $ Wisconsin L 3-35 1/12 at Rutgers W 19-16

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2002-03 Record: 11-6 • Coach: Bruce Burnett • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T39th / 10th • All-Americans: 165 - Edwards 11/8 # Menlo College W 30-6 11/8 at Stanford W 29-16 11/9 $ Sac. City Coll. W 47-0 11/9 at UC-Davis L 15-16 1/4 % Missouri L 12-30 1/4 % Northwestern L 10-27 1/4 % Oklahoma L 6-27 1/11 Rutgers W 18-13 1/15 at Maryland W 26-9 1/17 Penn St. L 3-31 1/24 Lehigh L 0-37 2/8 N. Carolina W 21-10 2/8 NC State W 27-16 2/15 ^ Princeton W 34-15 2/15 at F&M W 36-3 2/15 ^ Delaware St. W 38-3 2/22 at Army W 21-14 # - Palo Alto, Calif.; $ - Davis, Calif.; % - Dallas, Texas; ^ - Lancaster, Pa. 2003-04 Record: 12-4 • Coach: Bruce Burnett • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T60th / 6th 11/7 at UC-Davis W 28-11 11/8 # Menlo College W 41-0 11/8 at Stanford W 30-6 12/13 at Penn St. L 3-41 1/3 $ Purdue L 14-24 1/3 $ Oklahoma L 13-21 1/3 $ Neb.-Kearney W 30-3 1/10 at Rutgers W 25-10 1/14 Maryland W 39-3 1/23 at E. Stroud. W 32-7 1/24 at Lehigh L 9-29 2/7 at American W 40-6 2/7 % N. Carolina W 24-11 2/7 % E. Michigan W 24-15 2/14 F&M W 35-6 2/21 Army W 22-9 # - Palo Alto, Calif.; $ - Dallas, Texas; % Washington, D.C. 2004-05 Record: 12-3 • Coach: Bruce Burnett • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T33rd / 3rd 11/12 at CS-Fullerton W 23-12 11/13 # Cal Poly W 26-16 11/13 at CS-Baker. W 23-19 12/11 at F&M W 34-12 1/8 $ Brown W 29-6 1/8 $ Nebraska L 12-21 1/8 $ Oklahoma L 12-29 1/13 at Maryland W 35-6 1/20 Lehigh L 16-20 1/26 Rutgers W 35-7 1/29 at N. Carolina W 27-10

1/29 at NC State W 2/12 Delaware St. W 2/12 American W 2/20 at Army W # - Temecula, Calif.; $ - Dallas, Texas

34-6 48-0 30-13 23-10

2005-06 Record: 13-2 • Coach: Bruce Burnett • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 34th / 4th 11/11 # CS-Fullerton W 29-6 11/12 at CS-Baker. W 30-13 11/12 $ UC-Davis W 23-13 12/3 at Rutgers W 21-12 12/9 Penn State L 6-28 1/7 % Purdue W 25-12 1/7 % Utah Valley St. W 39-7 1/7 % Chattanooga W 26-14 1/11 Maryland W 33-9 1/13 at E. Stroud. W 30-3 1/14 at Lehigh L 12-20 1/28 NC State W 38-0 1/28 N. Carolina W 41-4 2/10 at American W 23-13 2/18 Army W 24-9 # - Temecula, Calif.; $ - Bakersfield, Calif.; % - Dallas, Texas 2006-07 Record: 11-4 • Coach: Bruce Burnett • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 18th / 2nd • All-Americans: 174 - Stolpinski 11/12 # Cumberland W 35-6 11/12 # Wisconsin L 7-29 11/12 at Northwestern L 16-20 12/1 Rutgers W 42-0 12/8 American W 31-9 1/6 $ Brown W 35-3 1/6 $ Oklahoma L 9-30 1/6 $ Oklahoma St. L 17-19 1/10 at Maryland W 25-12 1/13 Lehigh W 25-12 1/20 at N. Carolina W 25-9 1/20 at NC State W 23-16 1/24 East Stroud. W 40-6 2/10 Bucknell W 31-9 2/18 at Army W 29-6 # - Evanston, Ill.; $ - South Grand Prairie, Texas 2007-08 Record: 6-4 • Coach: Bruce Burnett • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 18th / 4th • All-Americans: 133 - Baker, 174 - Stolpinski, HWT - Prendergast 1/5 $ Oklahoma L 6-28 1/5 $ Columbia W 31-9 1/5 $ Wisconsin L 12-23 1/10 Maryland L 18-21 1/12 at American W 31-16 1/18 at E. Stroud. W 39-3 1/19 at Lehigh L 19-22 1/26 NC State W 21-15 2/15 at Rutgers W 29-6 2/22 Army W 22-12 $ - South Grand Prairie, Texas

2008-09 Record: 7-9 • Coach: Bruce Burnett • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T25th / 5th • All-Americans: 133 - Baker, 149 - Saddoris 11/7 at CS-Fullerton L 17-21 11/8 # Stanford W 27-11 11/8 at CS-Baker. W 23-16 1/9 $ Virginia W 20-15 1/9 $ Oklahoma St. L 3-34 1/10 $ Bucknell W 18-12 1/10 $ Old Dominion L 12-22 1/10 $ Penn W 21-13 1/16 American L 17-19 1/17 Lehigh L 13-30 1/24 at N. Carolina L 9-25 1/24 at NC State L 18-20 1/30 at Maryland L 14-20 1/31 E. Stroudburg W 39-3 1/13 Rutgers L 17-18 # - Bakersfield, Calif.; $ - Hampton, Va. 2009-10 Record: 6-2 • Coach: Bruce Burnett • NCAA / EIWA Finish: 46th / 7th 1/8 at American W 18-17 1/15 at E. Stroud. W 28-12 1/16 at Lehigh L 9-28 1/22 Maryland W 19-14 1/23 N. Carolina W 21-15 1/23 NC State W 38-3 1/30 at Rutgers L 10-23 2/20 Army W 26-6 2010-11 Record: 5-3 • Coach: Bruce Burnett • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T37th / 6th • All-Americans: 157 - Saddoris 12/10 F&M W 32-13 1/7 at Oklahoma L 9-28 1/15 Lehigh W 19-15 1/21 Liberty W 34-6 1/22 at Maryland L 12-19 1/28 N. Carolina W 21-19 1/29 Rutgers L 9-23 2/19 at Army W 24-9 2011-12 Record: 6-6 • Coach: Bruce Burnett • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T48th / 5th 12/9 F&M W 31-12 1/7 Oklahoma L 10-26 1/13 at E. Stroud. W 43-6 1/14 at Lehigh L 6-28 1/20 Maryland L 12-23 1/22 at Rutgers L 19-20 1/28 at N. Carolina W 25-12 1/28 at Campbell W 23-9 2/17 Army W 27-9 2012-13 Record: 6-1 • Coach: Bruce Burnett • NCAA / EIWA Finish: T49th / 2ne 12/8 at George Mason W 33-4 1/12 Lehigh L 15-19 1/19 at Maryland W 22-18 1/25 N. Carolina W 27-6 1/26 Rutgers W 19-15 2/9 American W 32-9 2/24 at Army W 22-10


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Navy All-time Letterwinners List A

Abdill, EverettW. Abeel, George H. III Adams, Andrew J. Adams, Samuel Adell, Bruce B. Adell, Cecil C. Ahern, Joel T. Ahrens, Robert A. Albright, Gary B. Alexander, Robert C. III Allen, Terry J. Althans, John S. Anderson, Hubert H. Anderson, Jon M. Anongos, Jared C. Antonelli, Brian Antonelli, Jon J. Arminio, Thomas J. Arnold, Benjamin W. III Astolfi, Stephen P. Awtrey, Robert K. Jr.

B

Babbitt, Leman L. Bagby, Oliver W. (Mgr) Bailey, Richard M. Baker, Joseph W. Baldwin, Edwin M. (Mgr) Bannat, Edward G. Baravik, Keith A. Barikian, Michael R. Barnhisel, Robert G. Barrett, Simeon D. Basich, Zachary A. Bauer, Brian R. Bauer, Thomas E. Baulig, Daniel T. Beasley, Branden C. Beck, Michael C. Beckley, Paul A. Beckmann, Eric M. Beitler, Benjamin L. Bennett, Milton D. Berger, Kenneth Berger, Matthew L. Bergner, Allen A. Bever, John T. Bianchi, Kevin A. Biehl, Ned M. Biesemeier, Harold Bigrigg, Michael B. Billings, Michael P. Bishop, Earl H. Jr. Bivin, Homer R. Blackmer, Brent M. Blair, Peter S. Blue, Donald D. Blum, Howard E. Boettcher, Michael P. Jr. Bones, Adam C. Boone, John D. Borja, Lawrence R. Bourne, Brett A. Boyd, Cecil S. Boyd, Edwin E. (Mgr) Bracken, Leonard A. Jr. (Mgr)

1924 1938 2006 1935 1922 1922 2009 1969 2014 2000 1968 1977 1919 1995 2013 1997 1992 1977 1923 1981 1944

1924 1937 2004-05-06 1935 1922 1919-21-22 2006-07-08-09 1967-68-69 2012-13 1999 1968 1974-75-76-77 1918 1994-95 2010 1996-97 1991-92 1977 1923 1980-81 1943

1913 1938 2013 2009 1958 1969 1997 2004 2013 2006 2013 1989 1977 1993 2008 1977 1990 1997 2010 1943 1973 2002 1940 2010 1985 1994 1918 2002 2010 1964 1947 1994 1955 1942 1945 2002 2005 1993 2014 1991 1961 1975 1955

1912-13 1938 2010-11-12-13 2006-07-08-09 1958 1968-69 1995-96-97 2001-02-03-04 2010-11-12-13 2004-05 2010-11-12-13 1986 1974-75-76-77 1993 2005 1975-76-77 1989 1995-96-97 2010 1941-42 1973 1999-00 1939-40 2010 1982-83-84-85 1992-93-94 1916-17 1999-00-01-02 2009-10 1963 1946 1993 1952-53-54-55 1940-41 1944 2000 2002 1992 2011-12-13 1988-89-90-91 1960 1975 1955

Bradley, Richard R. Jr. (Mgr) Brady, Patrick H. Brainerd, George E. Brainerd, John L. Brainerd, Phillip C. Brant, Michael A. Brazee, Jonathan P. (Mgr) Breaux, Joseph P. Breen, Joseph * (2011-12 MGR) Brewer, Marcus W. Brimm, Daniel J. III Briner, Richard M. Broadfoot, Henry B. Brochetti, Adam J. Brooks, Edwin H. Jr. Brooks, Kevin S. Buchli, James F. Buck, Andrew J. Buckwalter, Earl E. Burg, Robert C. Burger, Gary C. Burton, Carson M. (Mgr) Butcher, Joseph

C

Caldwell, Kenneth Campbell, Stephen T. Canterbury, Bradford J. Cantrell, Steve L. Carafano, Charles R. Carbonaro, Michael J. Carey, David J. Carloni, Guido J. Carmack, Alan G. (Mgr) Carman, Aron S. Carmichael, Hubert M. Jr. Carmichael, William P. Carson, John D. Chaffin, J. Ross Chandler, Charles R. Chandler, William D. III Charkowski, Jason A. Christ, Leon W. Christensen, John D. Christian, Michael C. Christianson, Robert W. Christopherson, Ryan Clark, Jerome A. Clay, Donald N. Clayton, Michael W. Clemente, Jonathan J. Clouse, Austin P. Cobb, Richard M. Cochran, Larry L. Cochran, RichardA. (Mgr) Cole, Otis R. Jr. Coleman, Andre L. Coleman, Garrett S. Comiskey, Stephen W. Conley, Mark A. Connard, John M. (Mgr) Conrad, Jeremy L. Conte, Ralph W. Jr. Conti, Philip O. Cook, Colynn K. Cook, James D. Cooper, Gregory H.

1936 1981 1959 1955 1956 2012 1979 2010 2012

1936 1978-80 1958 1953-54-55 1954-56 2010-11-12 1978 2009-10 2008-11-12

2013 1946 1964 1916 2006 1953 1985 1967 2013 1943 2016 1968 2011 2008

2010 1944-45 1963 1914-15-16 2004-05-06 1953 1983-84-85 1965 2010 1941-42 2013 1966-67-68 2010-11 2008

2009 1998 2007 1991 2010 2004 1964 1967 1982 1993 1969 1943 1937 1973 1939 1948 1999 1961 1974 1992 1970 1993 1983 1935 1995 2016 2012 1985 1970 1948 1936 1995 1933 1969 2002 1977 1999 1996 1969 2015 1987 1977

2008-09 1995-96-97-98 2004-05-06-07 1988-89-90-91 2009-10 2001-02-03-04 1962-63-64 1965-66-67 1981 1991-92-93 1969 1941-42 1937 1971-72-73 1937-38-39 1947-48 1997 1960 1972-73-74 1990 1968-69-70 1991-92 1980 1935 1992-93-94-95 2013 2009-10 1983-84-85 1969 1948 1935 1994 1933 1967-68-69 1999-00-01-02 1977 1999 1993-94-95 1968-69 2012 1984-85-86-87 1975-76-77

Coppedge, John O. Cosgrove, Edward F. Coski, Bernard “J” (Mgr) Costello, Mark T. Coutoumas, John M. Coyne, Jason R. Cox, John H. II Crane, Herbert C. Crawford, Frederick R. Creel, Clarence A. Cresap, Logan Jr. Crickard, Colin V. Crousore, Derek M. Crowley, Michael P. (Mgr) Culpepper, Edward C. Cummings, James C. Curry, Timothy M. Cuthbert, Douglas L.

D

Daughenbaugh, Robert L. Davies, Michael B. Davis, John T. Davis, Kelly R. Davisson, Frederick A. Day, Barton E. (Mgr) Day, Mark A. Deets, Mark W. Dellorso, Craig S. DeLong, George E. DeLuca, Paul A. DeMichiel, Matthew J. Detweiler, Nicholas J. (Mgr) Devine, John M. Dewald, Edward T. DiBenedetto, Charles Dickens, Anthony T. Dillon, Michael R. (Mgr) Dinardo, Michael Dollard, Christopher T. Donahoe, Gerald J. Donovan, Patrick E. Dougherty, Joseph E. Downes, Barton M. Dreher, Gene R. (Mgr) DuBois, Raymond F. Duelley, Benjamin P. Duncan, Trey D. Dziewiatkowski, Craig T.

E

Ebersole, Kenneth A. (Mgr) Eckles, Richard A. II (Mgr) Edwards, Frank G. IV Edwards, Heywood L. Edwards Howard R. Jr. Eimers, Homer O. Elder, Fred K. Eller, John C. Emerson, Arthur T. Jr. Emmerson, Richard J. Episcopo, Nicholas J. Jr. Episcopo, Richard G. Ericcson, Edward L. Ericsson, Hampton M. Evans, Ralph M. Ewers, Dominic I.

1947 1968 1952 1976 2012 2009 2007 1954 1964 1945 1936 1998 1998 1982 1985 1993 1986 1985

1944-45 1966 1952 1975-76 2010 2007-08-09 2004-05-06-07 1952-53-54 1962-63-64 1943-44 1935-36 1996-97-98 1995-96 1982 1982-83 1991-92-93 1983-84-86 1983

1957 1995 1915 1991 1926 1934 2004 1990 1987 1948 2010 2011 2010 1988 1990 1949 1989 2002 1988 1997 1994 1981 1935 1949 1948 1938 1998 2016 2006

1955-56-57 1994-95 1913 1988-89-90-91 1924 1934 2002-04 1989-90 1984-85-86-87 1946-47 2010 2008-09-10-11 2010 1986-87-88 1988-89-90 1949 1988-89 2000-01-02 1986-87-88 1995-96-97 1994 1980-81 1933-34-35 1948-49 1947 1938 1996-98 2013 2004-05-06

1976 1990 2004 1926 1949 1921 1912 1962 1943 1976 1977 1980 1916 1924 1953 2001

1976 1989-90 2001-03-04 1924 1948-49 1920 1910-12 1960-61 1942 1974 1975-76-77 1979-80 1915-16 1923-24 1951 1999-00-01

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Farrar, Dennis L. Fears, George M. Feinsod, Jesse T. Fessler, Bradley G. Fiedler, Paul W. Filipowicz, Eric Fisher, Stephen M. Flamio, Justis K. Fleischer, Roger G. Fletcher, John A. III Foglesong, George M. Ford, Jason T. Forster, Brian A. Foust, James W. Franzen, Gerald F. Jr. Fraticelli, Christopher Frei, Jason R. (Mgr) French, Edward D. Frerichs, Herbert D. Jr. Friedman, Peter G. Fritter, Charles T. (Mgr) Frye, Benjamin D. Funke, James C. Futch, George G.

1978

1964 1983 2009 1999 1955 2013 1997 2014 1977 1948 1946 2000 2002 1946 1965 1989 1994 1947 1980 1958 1933 1997 1971 1993

1962 1980-81-82-83 2006 1997-98-99 1954-55 2010-11 1995 2011 1975-76-77 1945-46-47-48 1945 1998-00 2000-02 1945 1963-64-65 1987-88-89 1993 1946 1979 1957 1933 1995 1971 1992-93

Gallery, Daniel V. 1921 Gano, John H. 1943 Garcia, Alexander L. 1997 Garcia, Jake Army Exch. Garcia, Nicolas B. (Mgr) 2012 Gardner, Dennis P. 1976 Garman, James C. 1982 Garner, Christopher W. 1982 Garner, Prescott H. 2012 Garrett, Tanner C. 2006 Gates, Olin E. 1921 Gattuso, Joseph A. 1955 Gazaway, Brad A. 1992 Gay, Jesse B. Jr. 1935 Gehring, Paul R. 1979 Giambastiani, Edward P. (Mgr) 1970 Giambastiani, James C. 1972 Gibson, Joseph M. 1947 Gibson, Paul S. 1986 Gilbert, Homer B. 1910 Gillespie, Thomas R. II 1969 Gingeleskie, Gregory J. 1999 Gladden, Charles T.S. 1914 Glova, Michael A. (Mgr) 1996 Godek, John 1953 Godfrey, William C. 1943 Goodrow, Kenneth B. 1976 Gorie, Dominic L. 1979 Gould, George 1939 Graber, Kenneth A. 1977 Grady, James B. 1933 Graf, Homer W. 1915 Grant, Vermon F. 1917 Samuel P. 2005 Green, Robert A. 1958 Greene, Oscar Jr. 1947 Gregory, Richard K. 1952 Griffin, James H. 2000 Griffith, John R. 1961 Grimes, Jeffrey M. 1990 Gulosh, Matthew R. 2006

1919-21 1942 1995-96-97 1991 2010 1975-76 1981 1980 2009 2003-04-05-06 1920 1952-53-54-55 1990-91-92 1934 1977 1970 1970-71-72 1946 1984-86 1910 1967 1996-97-98-99 1914 1996 1952-53 1941 1974-75-76 1978-79 1939 1977 1933 1913 1916-17 Gray, 2002-03-04-05 1956-57-58 1945-46 1951 1999-00 1960-61 1989-90 2003-04-05-06

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1978

Gulosh, Nathan J. Gunning, Thomas I. (Mgr) Guyll, Max E. Jr.

H

Hahndorf, Fred R. Haislip, Dustin, K. Hale, John H. Haley, Vincent F. (Mgr) Halladay, David E. Hamilton, John H. IV Hamilton, Robert B. Hanford, James M. (Mgr) Hansen, John E. Hanson, Jackson L. Hardy, Randall W. (Mgr) Harman, Brett J. Harman, Michael J. Harrell, John P. Harrison, Carter H. Harrison, Thomas W. Jr. Hartman, Robert L. Harvey, Ethan A. Hatef, Benjamin G. Hathaway, Charles E. Haywood, Joseph K. Hedger, John H. Heimark, John J. Helmark, Jacob V. Heimbach, Douglas S. Hemminger, Andrew G. Hemminger, Daniel L. Henry, Eugene M. Henson, Josiah Herlihy, Joseph L. Heskett, Jason C. Hey, Jonathan S. Hickam, Aubrey W. (Mgr) Hicks, Joseph D. Hicks, Wayne E. Hill, Harry H. Hite, Jeremy W. Hogsten, Carl T. Jr. (Mgr) Holloway, Floyd Jr. Holloway, James L. III Holman, Daniel J. Holmberg, Robert A. Holoubek, Daniel L. Holtz, William F. Homestead, Jason K. Hoops, Lyman B. Horn, William A. Hough, Elmer B. Hough, Scott House, Mark A. Howe, George T. Hunt, James C. Jr. Hunter, Benjamin N. Hunter, John C. Huntley, Peter O. Hurm, Scott M. Hylton, Nicholas A.

I

Iiams, Jeffrey A. Ilg, Raymond P. Ingram, David R. Isbell, Arnold J.

2005 1949 1984

2002-03-04-05 1949 1982

1974 2012 1946 1992 1982 1998 1955 1959 1946 1978 1966 2003 1963 1943 1926 1917 1974 2011 2013 1948 1999 1990 1944 1940 1981 2004 2004 1947 1945 1924 2003 1999 1962 1995 1966 1920 2000 1985 1951 1943 1995 1993 1978 1954 2001 1915 1966 1915 1923 1990 1914 1951 2014 1936 2013 1989 2013

1972-73-74 2009-10-11-12 1944-45 1992 1979-80-81-82 1995-96 1952-53 1959 1945 1977-78 1966 2000-01-03 1961-62-63 1941 1923 1915 1972-73-74 2011 2010-12 1946-47-48 1996-97-98-99 1987-88 1943 1940 1978-79-80-81 2001-02-04 2002-04 1946 1943-44 1923 2002 1998 1962 1992-93-94-95 1964-65-66 1918 1998-99 1984-85 1949-50-51 1942 1995 1991 1977-78 1953-54 1999-00-01 1914-15 1965 1914-15 1920 1987-88-89-90 1913-14 1949-50-51 2012-13 1934-36 2010-11-12-13 1987 2010

1973 1960 2010 1921

1971-72 1959-60 2007 1919

J

Jabin, Joshua M. Jackson, James E. Jackson, Richard M. Jacobs, Justin Jacqmin, Michael R. (Mgr) Jarred, John S. Jesser, Arthur D. Johnson, Donald W. Johnson, Larry C. (Mgr) Johnson, Quentin A. Johnson, Zachary T. Johnston, Robert S. Jones, Herbert G. (Mgr) Jones, Thomas D. Jonson, Russell M. Joslin, Charles L. Jr. Jurado, Enrique L.

K

Kahle, Brendan Kainer, John E. Kalil, Aaron D. Kane, Jonathan R. Kane, Mark A. Kane, Paul J. III (Mgr) Kane, William R. Keaser, Lloyd W. Keck, John G. Keehn, Michael R. (Mgr) Kelly, Scott K. Kennington, John Kenny, Barry E. Kenny, Robert L. Kent, John F. Kerrick, ,James Kershner, George F. Kesler, Gene P. Kihlstadius, Larry A. King, Algernon S. Jr. King, Richard D. Kirkland, Thomas J. III (Mgr) Kitt, Robert B. Kleiss, Norman J. Knapp, Caleb C. (Mgr) Knapp, Sean T. Knott, Arthur W. Knox, Arthur C. Koch, George P. Kohler, Michael W. Kovach, Stephen A. Koumparakis, Speros C. Krall, Daniel J. Kropp, Russell J. Krulik, Jordan T. Kuzy, Robert J. Kyle, Kurt A.

L

LaCorte, Salvatore M. Lamb, William E. Lamphear, Stephen C. Landis, Michael K. Landreth, John L. Larabee, Harry W. Lasorsa, Ronald S. Laurita, Anthony M. Lazzo, Luke Leadbeter, Collin M. Leadbeter, Quentin M.

2001 1973 2013 2008 1963 2007 1954 1964 1972 2014 2014 2008 1992 1972 1944 1944 1934

2001 1971 2011-12-13 2006-07-08 1963 2006-07 1952-53-54 1962 1971-72 2012-13 2013 2006-07-08 1991 1970-71-72 1943 1942-43 1933-34

2015 1989 2012 2006 1970 1995 1933 1972 2016 2002 1988 1988 1981 1976 1968 2013 1925 1960 1979 1956 1942 1957 1944 1938 2007 2007 1913 1944 1933 2006 2003 1997 1983 2010 2014 1986 1995

2013 1987-88-89 2009-10-11-12 2004-05-06 1968-69-70 1994-95 1933 1970-71-72 2013 1999 1985-86-87-88 1986 1979-80-81 1975-76 1966-67-68 2013 1924 1958 1977-78-79 1954 1940-41 1957 1943 1937-38 2005-06 2006-07 1910 1943 1933 2006 2000-01-02-03 1995 1980-81-82-83 2010 2012 1983-84 1993-94-95

1985 1940 1959 2011 1941 1962 1989 2009 2003 2012 2015

1982 1939 1957-58 2009-10-11 1939-40-41 1962 1986 2009 2000-01-02-03 2009-11 2013


Lehman, John S. Leigh, Charles F. Leonhardt, Lance F. Leshock, Nicholas A. Letchford, James H. Levee, Caleb Levin, Benjamin J. Lewis, Albert S. Lewis, Andrew L. Lewis, Clarke H. Locksmith, Joseph Loerch, Harold J. Jr. Loftin, Frank Logar, Donald F. Longton, Joseph N. Lucas, Dale W. Lukanich, Patrick J. Lukanich, Philip J. Lynch, Andrew M. Lynch, Scott A.

M

MacDonald, M.W. MacNaughton, John P. Jr. MacSwain, John P. (Mgr) Mahoney, Timothy R. Maichle, Frank M. Majka, John T. Majxner, Robert J. Mallory, William H. Manion, Travis A. Manley, Timothy S. Mann, Stephen S. Jr. Mannier, James W. Manning, Scott F. Marquis, David D. Marr, Lawrence O. Marshall, Gregory S. Martin, Richard J. Mason, Donald R. Mason, Lewis G. Mason, Roberts E. Masters, John H. Masterson, Clarence M. Maxwell, James J. Mayfield, Richard O. (Mgr) McBride, Frank A. III (Mgr) McBride, Patrick M. McCaffrey, Patrick J. McCarthy, Michael C. McClintic, Stephen H. McConnell, James A. Jr. McDermott, Craig W. McGrath, John M. McKinney, James B. McIver, Donald A. McVay, Matthew K. Meinig, Ohn W. Melfi, Nicholas III Mendenhall, William K Jr. Merryman, John W. Meyers, Edward A. Mies, Richard W. Miller, Daniel C. Miller, George T. Miller, Mathew J. Miller, William D. Milligan, John C.K. Jr. Milligan, Kevin C. Mills, Lowis H. Minard, Leon D. Jr.

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1933 1939 1976 2004 2003 2009 2013 1989 1985 1922 2014 1974 1911 1981 1958 1964 2005 2011 1986 1983

1933 1937-38-39 1973 2002 2001-02-03 2006-07 2010-11 1987 1983-84-85 1919-21-22 2011-12-13 1972-73 1910 1979 1956-57-58 1964 2002-03-04-05 2011 1984-85 1980

1946 2000 1974 1949 1919 2012 1973 1994 2004 2008 1938 2014 1988 1985 1956 1967 1981 1974 1971 1940 1936 1958 2015 2007 1973 1996 2012 2012 1945 1975 2000 1962 1960 1948 2013 1964 1993 1923 1937 1982 1967 2013 1980 2016 2016 1985 2001 1935 1959

1943-44-45 1997-98-99-00 1974 1949 1918-19 2009-10 1971 1992 2002-03-04 2005-06-07-08 1936 2011-12-13 1986-87-88 1982-83-84-85 1954-55-56 1965 1979 1973 1970-71 1938 1936 1956 2012 2004 1973 1994-95-96 2009-10 11 1944 1973-74 1998-99 1960-61-62 1958-59-60 1946-47 2011-13 1962 1991-92-93 1923 1935-37 1979-80 1966-67 2010-11-12-13 1978-79 2013 2013 1983 1999 1935 1958

Minvielle, Alphonse Miosi, Christopher L. Miranda, Antonio B. Mitchell, Clay A. Jr. Mitchell, Roger V. Mollohan, Michael S. Moore, Hyatt E. IV Moore, Nelson E. (Mgr) Morgan, Harry R. Morgan, Peter A. Morrissey, Scott Morrow, Arthur J. (Mgr) Moyer, Allan T. Mugg, Richard D. Murray, William T. Muthler, Daniel J. Mygas, Nicholas F.

N

Nardi, Glen E. Neal, Robert T. Neese, Philip M. Neff, Richmond B. Neff, Ronald D. Neill, Robert J. Neller, Michael E. (Mgr) Nelson, Peter J. Newman, Mark P. Nichols, Benjamin R. Nichols, John W. III Nolte, George H. (Mgr) Nunneley, John K. (Mgr)

O

Oddo, Dominick J. Oka, Alan K. Oliver, Raymond B. O’Neill, Kyle J. Osborne, Steven M. Ott, John E. (Mgr)

P

Padgett, Jonathan D. Pagan, Matthew R. Painter, Clarence M. Jr. (Mgr) Palmer, David F. Pappas, Dimitrios Parker, Carl T. Parker, Evan L. Jr. Parker, Willis C. Jr. Parsons, Matthew D. Pausner, Joseph J. Jr. (Mgr) Paxton, James C. III Paxton, William T. Perry, Chester N. Jr. Peters, Aaron S. Peters, James F. Phenegar, Wesley R. Jr. Phillips, Mark D. Phipps, Colin C. Pixton, John E. Player, Heber Pogue, Charles C. Prada, Patrick A. Prendergast, Edward Pridmore, JamesA. Priebe, Joshua Prioleau, Greg H. Pugh, Randall L. Puskar, Steven R.

1938 2006 2007 1941 1977 1993 2001 1956 1923 1964 1988 1946 2009 1938 1993 1975 1979

1938 2004 2005-06-07 1940-41 1976-77 1993 2001 1956 1921-22 1963-64 1985 1945 2006-07-08-09 1938 1992-93 1973-74-75 1977-78-79

1973 2002 2009 1951 1989 2011 1979 1962 2001 2008 1966 1941 1951

1971 1999-00 2007-09 1950-51 1986-87-88-89 2009-10-11 1979 1960-61-62 1998-99-00-01 2007-08 1964-65-66 1941 1951

1987 1980 1945 2010 1999 1996

1985 1978 1944 2007-09-10 1999 1994

2003 2010 1961 1967 1987 1982 1952 1923 2008 1950 1999 2005 1945 1990 1985 1958 1983 1993 1921 1938 2006 2015 2008 1937 2008 2011 1999 1998

2001 2007-08-09-10 1961 1965-66-67 1985 1981-82 1952 1923 2006-07-08 1950 1998-99 2002-03-04-05 1944 1987-88-89-90 1983-84-85 1958 1980-81-82-83 1992 1919-20 1936-37-38 2004-05-06 2012-13 2005-06-07-08 1937 2008 2009-10-11 1996 1995-96-97

Q

Queen, Timothy J.

R

Raby, David E. Radomski, Paul M. Rafanello, Salvaore Rands, Paul N. Rapp, Cody H. Rasche, Colton L. Rauscher, Chance M. Rebertus, Luke Redman, John R. Reed, Phillip L. (Mgr) Reich, James, M. Reich, John P. Reid, John E. Reiner, Craig C. Ressler, Aaron P. Reynolds, Luther S. Rhea, Fitzhugh L. Rice, Richard B. Roberts, Dominic E. Robertson, Benjamin C. Robinson, William M. Rodgers, Brian A. Rodgers, Edwards A. (Mgr) Rodgers, Michael J. Rogers, Richard S. Rossi, Christopher D. Royston, William D.C. Ruddy, Terry E. Ruiz, Coleman V. Jr. Rusnak, John J. Rusnak, Martin S. Ryan, William P.

S

St. Amand, Norman Sackett, Tyler J. Saddoris, Bryce L. Salmen, Mark J. Sandala, Gary Salzman, Kenneth M. (Mgr) Sanders, Robert T. Sattler, John F. Savidge, William L. (Mgr) Schacht, Kenneth G. Schaeffer, Lukas T. Schalles, Jacob W. Schleicher, Donald H. Jr. Schleicher, Scott B. Schlichte, George A. Jr. (Mgr) Schlottke, Craig J. Schneider, Daniel H. (Mgr) Schuenemann, Craig K. Schuler, Thomas M. Scissum, Adolph C. Scofield, Harold W. Scolpino, Frank J. Jr. Searle, Robert F. Seibert, Timothy F. (Mgr) Settle, Henry T. Jr. Shaffer, Frank P. Shapack, Richard A. (Mgr) Sheehan, Leo J. Shellworth, Eugene W. (Mgr) Shemon, Adam G. Shober, Glenn M. Simmonds, Norman B.

1994

1993-94

1990 1989 1990 2015 2006 2015 2013 2012 1919 1965 1986 1983 1950 1992 1989 1939 1924 1962 1989 1997 1942 1979 1940 1983 1937 2007 1961 1979 1998 1993 1992 1983

1987-89-90 1986-87-88-89 1989 2012 2005 2012-13 2010-11-12 2009-10-11-12 1918 1965 1983-84-86 1980-81-82-83 1949 1991-92 1986 1938-39 1923 1961 1987 1995-96-97 1941 1978-79 1940 1981-82-83 1936-37 2004 1959-60-61 1978 1995-96-97-98 1991-92-93 1990-91-92 1981-82-83

1959 2012 2011 1973 1982 1953 1966 1971 1939 1935 2016 2013 1984 1990 1943 1997 1968 1999 1972 1983 1912 1953 1941 1983 1948 1983 1964 1956 1935 2009 2010 1924

1959 2009-11-12 2008-09-10-11 1971-72-73 1982 1953 1964-65-66 1969-70-71 1939 1935 2013 2010-11-12-13 1982-83-84 1987-88-89-90 1942 1995-96-97 1968 1999 1970-71-72 1981-82 1910-12 1951 1939-40 1983 1946-47-48 1980-81-82-83 1964 1955 1935 2009 2007-08-09-10 1924

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Simon, Michael D. Simons, Jeffrey R. Sinclair, Valvin R. Smith, David J. Jr. Smith, Deon Smith, Drew A. Smith, Earl N. Smith, Herschel A. Smith, James S. Smith, Kenneth F.X. (Mgr) Smith, Leon W. Smith, Mark D. Smith, Paula (Mgr) Smith, Robert C. Smith, Roger F. Smith, Thomas A. (Mgr) Smith, Wayne D. Snakenberg, John D. (Mgr) Solenberger, Earl K. Solo, Brian A. Southerland, James J. II Sowell, Ingram C. Spector, Herman Stabile, Michael A. Jr. Stahl, Dale E. Stanford, Douglas Stanford, Keith J. Stapleton, Corey M. Steele, Robert D. (Mgr) Steele, Scott A. (extended) Stein, Samuel A. Steiner, Jeffery A. Stepanic, Jeffrey A. Stepanovich, Mark Stickel, Zane M. Stolpinski, Matthew Storer, Thomas M. Storey, Thomas D. Stout, Daniel P. Strachan, John (Mgr) Stremic, Anthony W. Stuart, Arthur J. Suarez, Carlos M. (Mgr) Supchak, Paul H. Sutley, Robert M. Swanbeck, William B. Swift, Charles S. Swigart, Oral R. Szymanski, Timothy G.J.

T

Tardif, Donald W. Taylor, Justin (Mgr) Taylor, Lewis B. Jr. (Mgr) Taylor, M. Wayne Taylor, Thomas H. Tebben, Ronald D. TenBrook, James J. Thomas, Don W. Thomas, Frederick L. Thomas, Gary L. Thomas, Jeremy F. (Mgr) Thompson, Archibald S. Thorpe, Lester F. Thurlow, Robert S. (Mgr) Tierney, Thomas A. Timberlake, Frank S. Tipton, Henry C. Tluchowski, Michael A. Tolk, Lloyd A. Tousignant, Timothy J.

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2003 1975 1922 1994 1950 2001 1948 1922 1924 1944 1950 1992 1980 1961 1940 1988 1937 1969 1934 1986 1936 1912 1939 1997 1970 1988 1991 1992 1945 2009 2011 1976 1994 1977 2000 2008 2001 1993 1985 1954 1958 1937 1987 1980 1952 1999 1944 1921 1985

2002-03 1972-73-74-75 1921-22 1994 1950 1998-00 1946-47-48 1921-22 1924 1943 1947-48 1990-91-92 1980 1959-60-61 1940 1988 1937 1969 1934 1985 1936 1910-12 1939 1995-96-97 1968-69-70 1985-86-88 1988-89 1991-92 1944 2007-08-10 2008-09-10-11 1975-76 1991-92-93-94 1974-75 1997-98-99-00 2005-06-07-08 1998-99-00-01 1990-91-92-93 1984 1954 1957-58 1937 1986-87 1978-79-80 1950-51-52 1996 1942-43 1919-20-21 1983-84-85

1948 2008 1947 1986 1940 1963 1960 1953 1957 1963 2007 1951 1973 1967 1988 1925 1935 1987 1972 1991

1946-47 2007-08 1946 1984 1939-40 1963 1959-60 1951 1955 1961 2004 1950-51 1972 1967 1985-86-87 1922-23 1935 1985 1970-71-72 1989

Treaster, Matthew Trombadore, Raymond R. Jr. Tucker, Richard P. Turnage, Theodore C. Jr.

U

Uber, Thomas E. Underhill, Samuel G. Urmenita, Jericho G. Usztics, Alexander A.

V

Valore, Orlando M. Van Baush, Brian M. Vanderlofske, Peter J. VanNess, Peter R. (Mgr) Van’t Hof, Colton L. Venu, Anant (Mgr) Vieweg, Walter V.R. Vogel, Raymond W. Jr. Volgenau, Douglas

W

Wagner, Steven (Mgr) Wagner, Thomas O. II Wahlgren, Kipp A. Wahlgren, Kristian L. Walker, Curtis L. Jr. (Mgr) Walsh, Brendan (Mgr) Walsh, Peyton B. Walsh, Randal M. Ward, Clarence O. Ward, Donald W. Wasmund, Dalen W. Waters, Donald G. Watson, Stout N. Watson, Johnny T. Weeden, Richard M. Weems, George T. Weems, Philip V.H. Weiner, Michael D. Weintraub, Caleb D. Weis, Robert A. Weitzel, Charles W. Welch, Benjamin H. III Wentz, Gene Westmoreland, William D. White, Zachary A.C. Whitmer, Grant L. III Wideman, William B. Widhelm, William J. Jr. Wiedorn, Paul H. Wiley, Buford B. Jr. Wilkening, Matthew W. Willkie, Edward E. Williams, Donald J. Williams, Dudley D. III Williamson, Brad Willits, Shannon D. Willis, Andrew C. Wilson, Boyd E. Winters, Theodore H. Jr. Wise, Gregory A. Wise, Richard S. Wisherd, Robert B. Wolff, James A. (Mgr) Woodruff, Justin S. Workman, David F. Wright, Arthur St. C. Wright, Francis D. Jr.

1988 1979 1956 1933

1986-87-88 1978-79 1955 1933

1962 1957 2014 2007

1960-61-61 1957 2011-13 2004-05-06-07

1982 1981 1968 1960 2015 1997 1924 1936 1959

1980-81-82 1980-81 1966-67-68 1960 2013 1997 1923-24 1934-36 1957-58-59

2014 1997 1995 1999 1998 2014 2015 1996 1917 1961 1981 2000 2016 2014 1994 1942 1912 2000 2009 1993 1917 1970 2008 1998 2013 2000 1935 1965 1922 1966 2000 1921 1998 1961 1985 1996 2011 1924 1935 1994 1953 1949 2003 2000 1997 1957 1935

2013 1996-97 1993-94-95 1996-97 1998 2013 2012-13 1993-94-95-96 1914-15-17 1959 1978 1997-99-00 2013 2011-12-13 1993 1941 1910-12 1999-00 2009 1990-91-92-93 1916-17 1968-69-70 2008 1997-98 2013 1998-99-00 1934 1963-65 1921-22 1964-65 1999 1920-21 1995-96-97-98 1961 1983 1993-94-95-96 2011 1922 1935 1991-92-93-94 1952 1947-48-49 2003 1997-98-99-00 1994-95-96-97 1956-57 1934

Wyatt, BenH. Wyatt, James L.

Y

Yamashita, Kenneth J. Yates, E.P. Yeary, Lon M. Yelverton, Ivin N. 1920-22

Z

Zabrycki, Edward A. Zanti, Guy W. Zeberlein, James W. Zembiec, Douglas A. Zendle, Neal H. Zindars, Carl A. Zwilling, Daniel

1917 1920

1914-15-16-17 1918

1985 1944 1978 1922

1983-84-85 1943 1978

1956 1982 1957 1995 1982 2000 1944

1955-56 1979-80-81-82 1957 1992-93-94-95 1981 1997-98-99-00 1943


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Navy Record Book Career Record Book All-Time Wins List

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20.

147 141 127 126 119 114 114 112 111 106 102 101 97 96 95 92 91 91 90 89

Bryce Saddoris Matt Stolpinski Greg Gingeleskie Mark Conley John Reich Dan Hicks Tanner Garrett John Cox Scott Schleicher Ed Prendergast Luke Rebertus Aaron Kalil Steve Kovach Craig Delloroso Frank Shaffer Scott Kelly Doug Zembiec Sam Gray George Fears Mike Bigrigg

Win Percentage (Min. 75 wins) 1. 87.9 John Reich 2. 85.2 Scott Schleicher 3. 84.3 Frank Shaffer 4. 83.0 Scott Kelly 5. 81.2 Brett Bourne 6. 80.4 Greg Gingeleskie 7. 80.3 Dan Hicks 8. 79.5 Steve Kovach 9. 78.6 Bryce Saddoris 10. 78.5 Ed Prendergast

Most Pins

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 12. 15.

63 38 36 35 31 28 27 27 26 24 24 23 23 23 22 22 22 22

John Reich Ed Prendergast Karl Haywood Scott Kelly Pete Blair George Fears Frank Workman John Fletcher Brett Bourne Mickey MacDonald Thayer Paxton Dan Muthler Frank Workman Steve Kovach Bryce Saddoris Matt Stolpinski Sam Gray Steve Kovach

Matches Wrestled

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 13. 14. 15.

187 184 161 158 153 150 147 143 139 136 135 135 132 131 129

Bryce Saddoris Matt Stolpinski Mark Conley Greg Gingeleskie Aaron Kalil John Cox Tanner Garrett Sam Gray Luke Rebertus John Reich Ed Prendergast Mike Bigrigg Scott Schleicher Matt DeMichiel Craig Dellorso

Single-Season Record Book 2008-10 2005-08 1996-99 1999-02 1980-83 1992-95 2003-06 2004-07 1987-90 2005-08 2009-12 2009-012 2000-03 1984-87 1980-83 1985-88 1992-95 2002-05 1980-83 1999-02 1979-83 1986-90 1979-83 1984-88 1987-91 1995-99 1991-95 1999-03 2008-10 2005-08 1979-83 2005-08 1995-99 1984-88 1951-55 1979-83 1993-97 1944-48 1987-91 1942-45 2001-05 1972-75 1993-97 1999-03 2008-10 2005-08 2001-05 1999-03 2008-10 2005-08 1998-02 1995-99 2009-12 2004-07 2002-06 2001-05 2009-12 1979-83 2005-08 1998-02 1986-90 2008-10 1984-87

30-Win Seasons 1. 3. 5. 6. 9. 12. 14. 15. 23. 25. 31. 37. 42.

44 44 43 43 42 39 39 39 38 38 38 37 37 36 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 34 34 33 33 33 33 33 33 32 32 32 32 32 32 31 31 31 31 31 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

Mark Conley Matt Stolpinski Tanner Garrett Bryce Saddoris Matt Stolpinski Scott Kelly Dan Hicks Ed Prendergast Brett Bourne Greg Gingeleskie Steve Kovach Bryce Saddoris Ed Prendergast Luke Rebertus Scott Kelly Kurt Kyle Doug Zembiec Tyrone Neal Steve Kovach Tanner Garrett John Jarred Bryce Saddoris Mark Conley John Cox Matt Treaster Scott Schleicher Greg Gingeleskie Justin Woodruff Antonio Miranda Aaron Kalil Scott Schleicher Thayer Paxton John Jarred Casey Caldwell Bryce Saddoris Bobby Barnhisel John Reich Frank Edwards Matt DeMichiel Luke Rebertus Mason Bailey John Reich John Reich Brett Bourne Greg Gingeleskie Mark Conley Tom Storer Matt Stolpinski

Win Percentage (Min. 10 wins) 1. 95.7 Scott Schleicher 2. 93.5 Frank Shaffer 3. 93.4 Scott Kelly 4. 93.2 Tanner Garrett 5. 91.9 Scott Kelly 6. 90.9 John Reich 7. 90.7 Dan Hicks 8. 90.3 Tim Curry 9. 90.0 John Reich 10. 89.8 Mark Conley

2001-02 2006-07 2005-06 2008-09 2007-08 1987-88 1994-95 2007-08 1989-90 1997-98 2000-01 2010-11 2006-07 2008-09 1986-87 1994-95 1994-95 1998-99 2001-02 2004-05 2005-06 2007-08 2000-01 2005-06 1986-87 1988-89 1996-97 1999-00 2006-07 2011-12 1989-90 2004-05 2006-07 2008-09 2009-10 2012-13 1981-82 2002-03 2008-09 2010-11 2012-13 1979-80 1982-83 1990-91 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2005-06 1988-89 1981-82 1986-87 2005-06 1987-88 1982-83 1994-95 1985-86 1980-81 2001-02

Most Pins 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 9.

24 19 17 15 15 15 14 14 12 12 12

John Reich John Reich Ed Prendergast Scott Kelly Scott Kelly Ed Prendergast Frank Workman John Fletcher Dan Hicks Karl Haywood Steve Kovach

1982-83 1979-80 2006-07 1986-87 1987-88 2007-08 1996-97 1947-48 1994-95 1997-98 2001-02

Matches Wrestled 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 9.

51 50 49 48 47 47 47 47 46 46

Matt Stolpinski Matt Stolpinski Mark Conley Tanner Garrett Tyrone Neal Steve Kovach Tom Storer Bryce Saddoris John Cox Mason Bailey

2006-07 2007-08 2001-02 2005-06 1998-99 2000-01 2000-01 2007-08 2005-06 2012-13

Miscellaneous Records Wins By a Freshman

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

37 36 35 30 29

Tyrone Neal Luke Rebertus Bryce Saddoris John Reich Prescott Garner

1998-99 2008-09 2007-08 1979-80 2008-09

Wins By a Sophomore 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

43 38 33 31 30 30

Bryce Saddoris Steve Kovach Greg Gingeleskie Matt DeMichiel Mark Conley Matt Stolpinski

2008-09 2000-01 1996-97 2008-09 1999-2000 2005-06

Wins in First Two Seasons Combined

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

78 59 58 55 53

Bryce Saddoris Greg Gingeleskie John Reich Matt Stolpinski Tyrone Neal

Wins in Any Combined 1. 2. 3.

86 80 78 78 78

Two

Matt Stolpinski Bryce Saddoris Bryce Saddoris Mark Conley Tanner Garrett

2008-09 1996-97 1980-81 2005-06 1999-00

Seasons 2007-08 2008-11 2008-09 2001-02 2005-06

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Navy Record Book

Most Wins By Weight Class

38

125: 1. 3. 4. 5.

29 29 27 26 22

Aaron Kalil Prescott Garner Alex Usztics Sam Gray Aaron Kalil

2010-11 2008-09 2006-07 2002-03 2009-10

165: 1. 3. 4. 5.

31 31 29 28 25

Matt DeMichiel Frank Edwards Craig Dziewiatkowski Peyton Walsh Luke Lazzo

2008-09 2002-03 2004-05 2012-13 2001-02

133: 1. 2. 3. 4.

33 29 28 23 23

Aaron Kalil Sam Gray Joe Baker Zane Stickel Jason Homestead

2011-12 2004-05 2007-08 1998-99 2000-01

174: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

44 42 36 30 29

Matt Stolpinski Matt Stolpinski Luke Rebertus Matt Stolpinski Mark Newman

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2005-06 2000-01

141: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

44 34 30 28 27

Mark Conley Mark Conley Mark Conley Brad Canterbury Nate Gulosh

2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 2006-07 2004-05

184: 1. 2. 3. 5.

33 32 31 31 30

Antonio Miranda Casey Caldwell Luke Rebertus Mason Bailey Greg Gingeleskie

2006-07 2008-09 2010-11 2012-13 1998-99

149: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

43 35 34 30 29 29

Bryce Saddoris Bryce Saddoris John Cox Tom Storer John Cox John Cox

2008-09 2007-08 2005-06 2000-01 2006-07 2004-05

157: 1. 2. 4.

197: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

33 32 29 28 27 27 27

Justin Woodruff Thayer Paxton Chris Pogue Thayer Paxton Justin Woodruff Mike Bigrigg Oscar Hungley

1999-00 2004-05 2005-06 2003-04 1998-99 2000-01 2012-13

37 35 35 32 32 32

Bryce Saddoris John Jarred Tyrone Neal John Jarred Bryce Saddoris Bobby Barnhisel

2010-11 2005-06 1998-99 2006-07 2009-10 2012-13

285: 1. 43 Tanner Garrett 2. 39 Ed Prendergast 3. 38 Steve Kovach 4. 37 Ed Prendergast 5. 35 Steve Kovach 35 Tanner Garrett all current weight classes were adopted in 1998-99

2005-06 2007-08 2000-01 2006-07 2001-02 2004-05


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EIWA Championship History

Navy’s Year-By-Year EIWA Results/Individual Champions Navy Year Fin. Navy Champions Ray Swartz era 1941 3 155 Milton Bennett, 165 George Weems 1942 3 155 Milton Bennett, 165 Bill Carmichael, HWT C. Shuford Swift 1943 1 121 Malcolm MacDonald, 136 Robert Kitt, 145 Josh Henson, 165 Clarence Creel, HWT C. Shuford Swift 1944 1 121 Malcolm MacDonald, 145 Josh Henson, 155 John Hale 1945 1 121 Malcolm MacDonald, 136 Oscar Greene, 155 John Hale 1946 1 136 Oscar Greene 1947 2 136 L. Wayne Smith, 145 John Fletcher 1948 3 145 John Fletcher, HWT Newbold Smith 1949 3 145 Bart Downes 1950 6 136 L. Wayne Smith 1951 8 --1952 10 --1953 6 --1954 4 167 Joe Gattuso, HWT Peter Blair 1955 4 167 Joe Gattuso, HWT Peter Blair 1956 4 --1957 5 --1958 7 --1959 11 --9160 16 --Ed Peery Era 1961 6 191 John Griffith 1962 3 137 Mike Harman 1963 4 137 Mike Harman, 177 Gerald Franzen 1964 5 137 Wayne Hicks, 177 Gerald Franzen 1965 3 177 Gerald Franzen 1966 2 137 Wayne Hicks 1967 2 145 Pete Vanderlofske, 152 Richard Mies 1968 1 123 Gary Burger, 145 Peter Vanderlofske, HWT Mark Kane 1969 1 130 Dale Stahl, 137 Steve Comiskey, 160 Bob Christianson, 177 Robert Ahrens, 191 Edward Bannat 1970 1 118 Tom Schuler, 126 Lewis Mason, 130 Dale Stahl, 142 Lloyd Keaser, 158 Bob Christianson, 177 Ben Welch 1971 2 118 Tom Schuler, 126 Lewis Mason, 134 Andy Tolk, 142 Lloyd Keaser 1972 1 118 Tom Schuler, 134 Andy Tolk, 142 Lloyd Keaser 1973 2 150 J. Ross Chaffin, 158 Robert Hartman 1974 1 142 Daniel Muthler, 190 Jeffrey Simons 1975 2 --1976 T2 118 Mark Costello 1977 2 158 John Althans 1978 5 111 1979 3 150 Larry Kihlstadius 1980 2 167 John Reich 1981 3 --1982 1 150 Frank Shaffer, 167 John Reich, 177 Mark Phillips 1983 2 167 John Reich, 177 Mark Phillips 1984 1 134 Craig Dellorso 1985 5 --1986 1 150 Paul Radomski 1987 2 190 Scott Kelly, HWT John Devine Red Wicks Era 1988 2 190 Scott Kelly 1989 3 158 Scott Schleicher 1990 1 126 Mark Smith, 167 Ed Dewald, HWT Brett Bourne 1991 2 126 Mark Smith, HWT Brett Bourne 1992 2 HWT Dan Hicks 1993 3 167 Jamie Cummings, 190 Tom Storey 1994 2 177 Doug Zembiec, 190 Greg Wise, HWT Dan Hicks 1995 3 177 Doug Zembiec, HWT Dan Hicks 1996 7 --1997 6 --1998 6 --1999 6 184 Greg Gingeleskie 2000 6 ---

Navy Year Fin. Navy Champions Bruce Burnett Era 2001 6 141 Mark Conley 2002 6 141 Mark Conley 2003 10 --2004 6 --2005 3 --2006 4 --2007 2 174 Matt Stolpinski, HWT Ed Prendergast 2008 4 133 Joe Baker, 174 Matt Stolpinski, HWT Ed Prendergast 2009 5 133 Joe Baker, 149 Bryce Saddoris 2010 7 --2011 6 --2012 5 --2013 2 285 Dan Miller

Navy’s EIWA Team Championships Year Location 1943 Philadelphia, Pa. 1944 Bethlehem, Pa. 1945 Bethlehem, Pa. 1946 Bethlehem, Pa. 1968 Pittsburgh, Pa. 1969 Princeton, N.J. 1970 State College, Pa. 1972 Philadelphia, Pa. 1974 Annapolis, Md. 1982 Bethlehem, Pa. 1984 Annapolis, Md. 1986 Bethlehem, Pa. 1990 Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Points 29 32 35 21 92 83 103 92 135 133.75 118.75 121.25 131.75

Navy’s Three-Time EIWA Champions Malcolm MacDonald Gerald Franzen Lloyd Keaser Tom Schuler John Reich Dan Hicks

1943, 44, 45 1963, 64, 65 1970, 71, 72 1970, 71, 72 1980, 82, 83 1992, 94, 95

Navy’s Two-Time EIWA Champions Milton Bennett Charles Swift Josiah Henson John Hale Oscar Greene John Fletcher Leon Smith Joseph Gattuso Peter Blair Mike Harman Wayne Hicks Pete Vanderlofske Dale Stahl Bob Christianson Lewis Mason Lloyd Tolk Mark Phillips Scott Kelly Brett Bourne Mark Smith Doug Zembiec Mark Conley Ed Prendergast Matt Stolpinski Joe Baker

1941, 42 1942, 43 1943, 45 1944, 45 1945, 46 1947, 48 1947, 50 1954, 55 1955, 56 1962, 63 1964, 66 1967, 68 1969, 70 1970, 71 1970, 71 1971, 72 1982, 83 1987, 88 1990, 91 1990, 91 1994, 95 2001, 02 2007, 08 2007, 08 2008, 09

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EIWA Championship History The Coaches Trophy

Given at the conclusion of the EIWA Tournament to the championship’s most valuable wrestler. 1944 Malcolm MacDonald 1947 John Fletcher 1948 John Fletcher 1965 Gerald Franzen 1966 Wayne Hicks 1971 Lloyd Keaser 1983 John Reich 1987 Scott Kelly 2009 Bryce Saddoris

Billy Sheridan Memorial Award

Given in honor of the former Lehigh coach to the wrestler who scores the most falls in the least amount of time. 1966 1967 1970 1983 1987 1988 1992

Peter Vanderlofske Steve Comiskey Ben Welch John Reich Scott Kelly Scott Kelly Jamie Cummings

John Fletcher Memorial Trophy

Named in honor of a former Navy wrestler who died at sea in the service of his country, is presented to the wrestler who has scored the most team points during his EIWA tournament career. 1955 1957 1966 1968 1969 1970 1972 1990

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Peter Blair Ed Peery Wayne Hicks Gary Burger Steve Comiskey Dale Stahl Lloyd Keaser Scott Schleicher


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NCAA Championship History Navy at the NCAA Championship Year 1931-32 1935-36 1938-39 1941-42 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Coach John Schutz John Schutz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ray Swartz Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Ed Peery Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Reg Wicks Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett Bruce Burnett

NCAA Finish T8 T10 T12 T5 12 T9 T12 T10 T12 T4 8 T21 T13 T28 T30 T11 T29 T10 19 9 5 19 23 T9 T9 T10 17 T35 13 23 36 T28 T19 39 17 11 32 T55 T53 24 29 23 13 36 T36 T30 32 T43 T38 T46 T59 T62 30 36 T39 T60 T33 34 18 18 25 46 T37 T48 T49

Navy All-Americans

(61 total by 44 wrestlers) Yr Wrestler Place Wt 1931-32 • Max Silverstein 2nd 158 1935-36 • Raymond Vogel 2nd 174 1941-42 • Milton Bennett 4th 155 • William Carmichael 2nd 165 • Charles Swift 4th Hwt. 1946-47 • John Fletcher 3rd 147 • L. Wayne Smith 5th 136 • Robert Wisherd 6th 165 1947-48 • John Fletcher 2nd 147 1949-50 • L. Wayne Smith 3rd 136 1950-51 • Don Thomas 3rd 167 1953-54 • Peter Blair 1st, 191 • Joe Gattuso 3rd 167 1954-55 • Peter Blair 1st 191 • Joe Gattuso 3rd 167 1955-56 • Edward Zabrycki 4th 177 1956-57 • Tony Stremic 2nd 191 1962-63 • Gerry Franzen 6th 177 • Mike Harman 3rd 137 1963-64 • Gerry Franzen 5th 177 1964-65 • Wayne Hicks 2nd 137 1965-66 • John Nichols 5th 191 1966-67 • Gary Burger 3rd 123 • John Kent 5th 160 • Pete Vanderlofske 5th 145 1967-68 • John Kent 2nd 152 • Pete Vanderlofske 3rd 137 1968-69 • Benjamin Welch 5th 167 1970-71 • Lloyd Keaser 3rd 142 • Tom Schuler 2nd 118 1971-72 • Lloyd Keaser 3rd 142 • Tom Schuler 4th 118 1972-73 • Dan Muthler 1st 142 1973-74 • Fred Hahndorf 6th 134 • Jeff Simmons 5th 190 1975-76 • John Althans 4th 158 • Mark Costello 6th 118 1976-77 • John Althans 6th 158 1978-79 • Larry Kihlstadius 6th 150 1979-80 • John Reich 4th 167 1981-82 • John Reich 3rd 167 1982-83 • George Fears 7th Hwt. • John Reich 2nd 167 1983-84 • Jim Peters 8th 118 1986-87 • Matt Treaster 5th 126 1988-89 • Scott Schleicher 3rd 158

1989-90 • Brett Bourne 5th • Scott Schleicher 2nd 1993-94 • Dan Hicks 5th 1994-95 • Doug Zembiec 8th 1997-98 • Greg Gingeleskie 7th 2000-01 • Mark Conley 5th 2001-02 • Mark Conley 6th 2002-03 • Frank Edwards 7th 2006-07 • Matt Stolpinski 4th 2007-08 • Joe Baker 8th • Ed Prendergast 3rd • Matt Stolpinski 7th 2008-09 • Joe Baker 8th • Bryce Saddoris 6th 2010-11 • Bryce Saddoris 7th *** National Champions in bold and italics

Hwt. 158 Hwt. 177 184 141 141 165 174 133 Hwt. 174 133 149 157

Three-Time All-Americans (1) • John Reich

1980, 81, 82

Two-Time All-Americans (15) • John Fletcher • L. Wayne Smith • Peter Blair • Joe Gattuso • Gerry Franzen • John Kent • Pete Vanderlofske • Lloyd Kaeser • Tom Schuler • John Althans • Scott Schleicher • Mark Conley • Matt Stolpinski • Joe Baker • Bryce Saddoris

1947, 48 1947, 50 1954, 55 1954, 55 1963, 64 1967, 68 1967, 68 1971, 72 1971, 72 1976, 77 1989, 90 2001, 02 2007, 08 2008, 09 2009, 11

Four-Time NCAA Qualifiers (6) • John Reich (167) • Frank Shaffer (150) • Scott Schleicher (158) • Dan Hicks (HWT) • Joe Baker (133) • Bryce Saddoris (149/157)

1980-81-82-83 1980-81-82-83 1987-88-89-90 1992-93-94-95 2006-07-08-09 2008-09-10-11

Navy’s Olympians 1920 – Antwerp • Hubert Anderson • Daniel Gallery • Frank Maichle • John Redman • Edward Rogers • Oral Swigart • Philip Weems • Edward Willkie 1924 – Paris • Edward Rogers • Herschel Smith 1928 – Amsterdam • Heywood Edwards 1932 – Los Angeles • George Ashford 1948 - London • John Fletcher II • Malcolm MacDonald

133 133 L.Hwt. M. Hwt. WLTRWT WLTRWT 154 Hwt. WLTRWT M. Hwt.

1952 - Helsinki • Josiah Henson • John Fletcher II • Charles Swift • Ray Swartz 1956 – Melbourne • Peter Blair 1976 – Montreal • Lloyd Keaser • Tom Schuler

136.5 147.5 174 Coach 191 149.5 118

L. Hwt. 123 147.5 125.5

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2013-14 Navy Wrestling Schedule Date Opponent Nov. 2 Blue and Gold (Wesley Brown Field House)

Time

Site

7:00 pm Annapolis, Md. Nov. 9 at Michigan State Open All Day East Lansing, Mich. Nov. 10 at Hokie Open All Day Blacksburg, Va. Nov. 17 at Roadrunner Open All Day Fresno, Calif. Nov. 23 Navy Classic (Wesley Brown Field House) All Day Annapolis, Md. Dec. 6-7 at Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational All Day Las Vegas, Nev. Dec. 14 at Boston University 7:00 pm Boston, Mass. Jan. 1-2 at Southern Scuffle All Day Chattanooga, Tenn. Jan. 4 at Franklin & Marshall Open All Day Lancaster, Pa. Jan. 11 Maryland (Alumni Hall) 7:30 pm Annapolis, Md. Jan. 18 at Lehigh 7:30 pm Bethlehem, Pa. Jan. 18 at Shorty Hitchcock Open All Day Millersville, Pa. Jan. 25 at North Carolina 1:00 pm Chapel Hill, N.C. Feb. 1 at All Academy Championship All Day New London, Conn. Feb. 8 at American 7:00 pm Washington, D.C. Feb. 21 Army (Alumni Hall) 7:00 pm Annapolis, Md. March 7-8 at EIWA Championship All Day Philadelphia, Pa. March 20-22 at NCAA Championship All Day Stillwater, Okla. Home events in bold

All times Eastern and subject to change I EIWA Opponents

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