Trinity's Vaughan Ranked No. 10 Nationally Among Heavyweight Wrestlers
Hartford, Conn. - Trinity College senior wrestling captain Greg Vaughan (Hingham, Mass.) has jumped into the National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) Division III Individual National Rankings as the No. 10-ranked competitor in the heavyweight division. Vaughan is 20-3 with nine pins this fall. Trinity, which will compete in a quad meet on Saturday, January 28 at Wilkes with Gettysburg and Rochester Tech, is 4-7 in dual meets this winter after taking eighth place of 14 teams in the New England Wrestling Association (NEWA) Duals at Springfield on Sunday. The Bantams, coached by Steve Makein (5th Season), earned a 30-15 win against Worcester Tech in the NEWA Duals, but lost, 30-19, to Western New England and, 28-14, to Williams.
Vaughan is undefeated in 11 dual meets this season. He has an 85-16 record in his career, including a College-record 50 pins. A two-time All-New England selection, Vaughan missed ther 2011 NEWA Championships with an injury suffered shortly before the competition. An exemplary student-athlete, Vaughan is a two-time NEWA All-Academic Team and NESCAC All-Academemic honore. Vaughan is a graduate of Hingham High School and is majoring in mathematics and computer science at Trinity. He is the son of Lucy Vaughan.