The wrestling team won the NCAA Northeast Regional Championship on Feb. 27 and 28 for the second consecutive season.
Senior Seth Ecker and graduate student Jeremy Stierly are listed in the wrestling team’s history as two of eight national champions, but they will also be remembered for their contributions in the classroom.
Vindication shows itself in different forms, as was the case for senior Seth Ecker and graduate student Jeremy Stierly winning individual titles at the NCAA Championships yesterday in La Crosse, Wis. Ecker defeated all the competitors in the 133-pound weight class, while Stierly took first in the 149-pound category.
Despite having champions in six weight classes, the fifth-ranked wrestling team narrowly failed to retain the Eastern Collegiate Wrestling Conference Championship today in Brockport, N.Y. after it finished 1.5 points behind SUNY-Cortland.
Sometimes a performance can be summed up in one moment. In the wrestling team’s 37-6 win against #29 Stevens Institute of Technology Friday, that moment came when graduate student Nick Sanko stepped on the mat.
The wrestling team won all but one of its matches in yesterday’s 40-3 dual-meet victory against SUNY-Oneonta. The Bombers recorded bonus points in five of their nine wins with three pins and two technical falls. Senior Seth Ecker recorded his third technical fall of the season by opening up an 18-2 lead against Oneonta senior…
The fourth-ranked wrestling team competed alongside five of the top 35 teams in Division I at the Body Bar Invitational yesterday at Cornell University.
Senior Seth Ecker was calm as he approached the Blue and Gold mat in the center of the massive Glazer Arena in the Athletics and Events Center. He took his stance in the circle and looked casually at his opponent before pinning him with one wrap-around motion.
The wrestling team won all four of its bouts at the Wrestle for the Cure Invitational on Saturday in Harrisburg, Pa. Their wins came against Division II Shippensburg University and American International College, Elizabethtown College, and Johns Hopkins University.
Collectively, the wrestling team is ranked fourth in the latest National Wrestling Coaches Association rankings, but five individual Bombers with dominant performances last season have been motivated to achieve individual glory this season.