Hartford, Conn. – The Trinity College wrestling team fell behind, 29-6, to the visiting NCAA Division II East Stroudsburg University Warriors in their season-opening dual match this evening at Oosting Gymnasium and lost by an eventual score of 29-15. Both teams will compete in the Doug Parker Invitational tomorrow at Springfield College.
Bantam sophomore Mason Sangillo (Florham Park, N.J.) won an 11-7 decision in the heavyweight bout to put six of 15 points on the board for the home squad. Trinity sophomore captain Grant Sorensen (Moore, Okla.) was edged, 3-2, in the 157-pound match by East Stroudsburg sophomore Blake Cohen (Cortlandt Manor, N.Y.), while senior Tyler Richardson (Brick, N.J.) won by fall at 184 pounds for the Warriors.
125: TC- Matt Siems won by forfeit (0-6)
133: ES- Francesco Palagruto won by forfeit (6-6)
141: ES- Dylan Nace d. Ian Moritz, 17-4 (10-6)
149: ES- Christian Silva d. Keith Martin, 13-3 (14-6)
157: ES- Blake Cohen d. Grant Sorensen, 3-2 (17-6)
165: ES- Joey Kratochvil d. Nolan Cornu, 8-3 (20-6)
174: ES- Joe Welk d. Steve Cerrone, 8-5 (23-6)
184: ES- Tyler Richardson d. Joe Caggiano, WBF at 6:24 (29-6)
|197: TC- Ian Steckel won by forfeit (29-9)
285: TC- Mason Sangillo d. Dan Makagon, 11-7, (29-15)
East Stroudsburg 29, Trinity (Conn.) 15