Press Release

2011-12 Wrestling: PSU DuBois

November 19, 2011

Freshman Alex Myers pinned his opponent at 4:04

Freshman Alex Myers pinned his opponent at 4:04

DUBOIS, Pa. - Freshmen Logan Gresock (Wadsworth, Ohio) and Alex Myers (Horsham, Pa.) each notched wins but the Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team lost its first conference match of the year 42-10 to Penn State - DuBois. Gresock won 15-6 in a major decision at 184 while Myers pinned his 285 opponent at 4:04. "We made some silly mistakes," said head coach Schuyler Frey. "They capitalized on all of them. We need to do better."

Penn College (1-2, 1-1 PSUAC) fell behind 6-0 early having to forfeit at 125 and 133. Freshman Kyle Sunseri (Athens) was pinned in 4:28 at 242 followed by a 7-6 decision loss by freshman Derek Leiby (Troy).

Sophomore Tyler Myers (Centre Hall) had a tight match at 157 but lost 8-5 in a decision. Freshman Austin Clark (Elysburg) was pinned in 2:29 at 165 while freshman Paul Crutchlow (Morris Plains, N.J.) lost a tough 174 match 4-1.

Gresock put the Wildcats on the board in his match. He remains undefeated on the season so far with a 3-0 record. Freshman Cameron Price (East Freedom) was pinned in 50 seconds in his 197 match while freshman Jasper Ocker (Burnham) was pinned in 4:04 at 235. Myers concluded the match with his dominant performance and final points for the team.

Next up, Penn College travels to Lock Haven University on Saturday, Nov. 26 for the Mat Town Open.

Full Results:

125: DuBois win by forfeit

133: DuBois win by forfeit

141: Kyle Sunseri lost by pin 4:28

149: Derek Leiby lost by dec. 7-6

157: Tyler Myers lost by dec. 8-5

165: Austin Clark lost by pin 2:29

174: Paul Crutchlow lost by dec. 4-1

184: Logan Gresock win by maj. dec. 15-6

197: Cameron Price lost by pin :50

235: Jasper Ocker lost by pin 4:18

285: Alex Myers win by pin 4:04

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