Intercollegiate Sports
2011-12 Wrestling

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NCWA National Championship Tournament - Daytona Beach, FL (A)
Saturday, March 10, 2012

Leiby and Myers become the first All-Americans for the Penn College wrestling programDAYTONA BEACH, Fla.. – Freshman Derek Leiby (Troy) took third and sophomore Tyler Myers (Centre Hall) placed eighth on the final day of the National Collegiate Wrestling Association Championships. Lieby defeated Alexander Stemer of Simon Frasier College in the 149 third place bout. At 157, Myers lost a tough seventh place bout to Josh Ballard of McKendree College. Myers defeated Ballard 16-9 earlier in the tournament. Both placements earn the wrestlers All-American status, the first two for Penn College since the program's inception.

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NCWA National Championship Tournament - Daytona Beach, FL (A)
Friday, March 9, 2012

Logan Gresock was eliminated in the 174 bracket off a pin from Danny Apgar of Northwest MissouriDAYTONA BEACH, Fla.. – Freshman Derek Leiby (Troy) booked his ticket into the 149 national semifinal with a win over Lindenwood St. Charles' Cullen Halpin as the Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team competed on day two of the National Collegiate Wrestling Association Championships. Lieby was up 2-0 in the first period when his takedown caused Halpin an arm injury forcing him to forfeit. Sophomore Tyler Myers (Centre Hall) is only other Wildcat wrestler remaining out of the six that qualified with freshmen Paul Crutchlow (Morris Plains, N.J.), Logan Gresock (Wadsworth, Ohio), and Jasper Ocker (Burnham) eliminated on the day. Myers started the day in the quarterfinal match against Ryan Madsen of MIT losing a 10-6 decision. He bounced back in consolation with a pin against Kyle Loweman of Southern Illinois at 1:40.

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NCWA National Championship Tournament - Daytona Beach, FL (A)
Thursday, March 8, 2012

The Wildcats have three wrestlers remaining in the championship bracketsDAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – It was a strong day one for the Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestlers as they competed at the National Collegiate Wrestling Association (NCWA) Championship Tournament. Freshman Paul Crutchlow (Morris Plains, N.J.) had the biggest win of the day upsetting #1 seed CJ Knowland of California Baptist in the second round of the 184 class. With the first two rounds completed, the Wildcats have three remaining in the championship bracket and two still alive in consolation.

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NCWA Mid East Conference Championships - Valley Forge Military Academy (Wayne, Pa.) (A)
Saturday, February 25, 2012

Freshman Paul Crutchlow took third and qualified for the national tournament in DaytonaKING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. – Freshman Derek Leiby (Troy) captured the 149 title as the Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team competed at the Mid-East Conference (MEC) Championships at Valley Forge Military Academy Saturday. Leiby pinned his Blair Academy opponent in the title bout and was named Outstanding Wrestler of the Tournament. Overall, the Wildcats placed fourth out of the 10 teams in attendance with West Chester University taking the top spot. Penn College had four wrestlers qualify for the National Collegiate Wrestling Association (NCWA) Championship Tournament in Daytona Beach, Fla.

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Lock Haven University - Prelim. (A)
Friday, February 17, 2012

Tyler Myers notched the lone win for the WildcatsLOCK HAVEN, Pa. - Sophomore Tyler Myers (Centre Hall) notched a win as three Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestlers competed in preliminary bouts at Lock Haven University Friday. Myers won by fall at 2:31 over Joe Salinetro at 157. Also competing was freshman Paul Crutchlow (Morris Plains, N.J.) who was pinned by Zach Haffnerin 1:04 at the 184 class. At 197, Chris White won by major deicision over freshman Jasper Ocker (Burnham) 15-4.

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PSUAC/USCAA Invitational - Rec Hall, Penn State Univ. (A)
Sunday, February 12, 2012

Gresock (left) and Leiby (right) took top spots at the 174 and 149 weight classes respectivelySTATE COLLEGE, Pa. – The Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team competed at the Penn State University Athletic Conference (PSUAC) /United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) Invitational on Sunday. The Wildcats had five place in the top three including freshmen Derek Leiby (Troy) and Logan Gresock (Wadsworth, Ohio) who took home the top spot at 149 and 174 respectively. The event also served as the PSUAC Championships in which the Wildcats took the top spot in the inaugural year.

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Bucknell University - Prelim. (A)
Sunday, February 5, 2012

Leiby recorded a major decision in his 141 boutLEWISBURG, Pa. - Freshman Derek Leiby (Troy) won his 149 match on Sunday as the Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team competed in preliminary bouts at the Division I school. Leiby won by major decision against Jack Ingram 13-1. The bout was one of four contested.

Next up, the Wildcats travel to Penn State University for the Penn State University Athletic Conference Championships on Sunday, Feb. 12.
Full Results:
141: Shawn Armato (B) maj. dec. Kyle Sunseri 16-1
149: Derek Leiby (P) maj. dec. Jack Ingram 13-1
165: Ray Schlitt (B) dec. Austin Clark 11-3
165: Doug Kellermyer (B) pinned Tom Ayers 2:24

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Bloomsburg University - Prelim. (A)
Friday, February 3, 2012

The Wildcats took two of five bouts at BloomsburgBLOOMSBURG, Pa. - The Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team competed in five preliminary bouts at Bloomsburg University Friday night. The Wildcats took two of the five matches wrestled against the Division II institution. Freshman Derek Leiby (Troy) won his 149 match with a 5-1 decision over Matt Hicks and sophomore Tyler Myers (Centre Hall) pinned Alex Lincoln at 1:44 at 157. The wins are the first the program has earned against Bloomsburg since its reinception in 2010.

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Jamestown Open - Jamestown Community College (NY) (A)
Saturday, January 28, 2012

The Wildcats sent nine wresters to the open SaturdayWILLIAMSPORT, Pa. –Sophomore Tyler Myers (Centre Hall) placed third at the 157 weight class as the Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team competed at the Jamestown Open in Jamestown, N.Y. Saturday. Nine wrestlers competed at the open for the Wildcats with Myers the only place finisher. “We saw some really good competition,” said head coach Schuyler Frey. “We wrestled tough and some of our guys were only a move or position away from placing.”

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Thaddeus Stevens (H)
Sunday, January 22, 2012

Freshman Logan Gresock just lost his match 2-0WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – The Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team lost a hard fought match to Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology Sunday 30-24. The Wildcats were up 24-21 going into the last two bouts of the game before Stevens earned extra points with a pin in the 197 bout and then took the 285 match in a tight 5-4 decision. The loss drops the Wildcats to 6-3 overall.

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PSU Fayette (H)
Friday, January 20, 2012

The win improves the Wildcats to 5-1 in the PSUACWILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – The Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team defeated Penn State Fayette 41-9 Friday night. The Wildcats took three of the four bouts wrestled and earned bonus points through forfeit. The win improves the team to 6-2 overall and 5-1 in the Penn State University Athletic Conference.

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PSU Mont Alto (H)
Saturday, January 14, 2012

Freshman Austin Clark defeated his opponent 10-2WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – The Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team dominated Penn State Mont Alto Saturday afternoon with a 40-6 victory. The win improves the Wildcats to 5-2 overall and 4-1 in the Penn State University Athletic Conference.

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PSU Fayette (A)
Saturday, January 7, 2012

Freshman Kyle Sunseri went 3-0 at the PSUAC quadMONACA, Pa. – The Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team went 3-0 at a Penn State University Athletic Conference quad match hosted by Penn State Beaver Saturday. The Wildcats defeated Penn State Fayette 28-15 followed by a 30-6 win over Penn State Beaver and 41-6 victory over Penn State Mont Alto. The win improves the team to 4-2 overall.

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Nittany Lion Open (A)
Sunday, December 4, 2011

Freshman Alex Myers defeated Brendan Kale of Navy with a fall at 5:29STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - Freshman Alex Myers (Horsham) defeated Brendan Kale of Navy as the Pennsylvania College of Technology competed at the Nittany Lion Open at Penn State University Sunday. Myers pinned Kale at 5:29 notching the only win for the Wildcats at the highly attended event. "Compared to last week at the Mat Town Open, we wrestled better and against better competition," said head coach Schuyler Frey. "I would have loved to have more wins but I'm happy with how our guys stepped up."

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Mattown Open (A)
Saturday, November 26, 2011

The Wildcats competed against teams from top programs in the areaLOCK HAVEN, Pa. - The Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team competed at the Mat Town Open hosted by Lock Haven University Saturday. The open attracted wrestlers from top programs and clubs all over the area including Lock Haven, Franklin and Marshall, Bloomsburg and Lehigh. Freshmen Alex Myers (Hatboro) and Drew Zettle (Spring Mills) each notched wins in their respective weight classes but nine other Wildcats came our winless at the highly competitive open. "It was good competition," said assistant coach David Livermore. "This is the toughest we have seen all year."

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PSU DuBois (A)
Saturday, November 19, 2011

Freshman Alex Myers pinned his opponent at 4:04DUBOIS, 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."

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PSU Greater Allegheny (H)
Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Freshman Drew Zettle pinned his opponent in just 34 secondsWILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – The Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team started out conference play with a decisive 47-12 victory of Penn State Greater Allegheny. The Wildcats recorded three pins and a technical fall in their first win of the season. They now improve to 1-1 overall and 1-0 in the Penn State University Athletic Conference.

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Elizabethtown College (A)
Saturday, November 12, 2011

The Wildcats dropped their first match of the year 39-6 to ElizabethtownIn its season opener Saturday at NCAA Division II Elizabethtown College, the Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team fell, 39-6. Logan Gresock, of Wadsworth, Ohio, scored all of the Wildcats’ points with a fall in 43 seconds in the 184-pound weight class.

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Latest Score

Saturday, February 25

NCWA Mid East Conference Championships - Valley Forge Military Academy (Wayne, Pa.) (A)
Fourth Place

2011-12 Team

Wrestling 2011-12 Team

#NameHeightWeight ClassPositionHigh SchoolHome TownClass Yr.
Thomas Ayers174 lb. Juniata Valley HSAlexandriaFreshman
Austin Clark165 lb. Southern Columbia Area HSElysburgFreshman
Paul Crutchlow184 lb. Parsippany Hills HSMorris Plains, NJFreshman
Logan Gresock174 lb. Highland HSWadsworth, OHFreshman
Derek Leiby149 lb. Troy Area HSTroyFreshman
Tyler Myers157 lb. Penns Valley Area Jr Sr HSCentre HallSophomore
Jasper Ocker III197 lb. Indian Valley HSBurnhamFreshman
Levi Speicher149 lb. Chestnut Ridge HSManns ChoiceFreshman
Kyle Sunseri141 lb. Athens Area HSAthensFreshman
Kevin Sutherland141 lb. Branford HSBranford, CTFreshman
Edward Turner157 lb. Marion Center Area HSHomeSophomore

Schuyler Frey (portrait)
Schuyler Frey

Head Coach

Conferences

United States Collegiate Athletic AssociationNational Collegiate Wrestling Association

  • Overall Record: 6-3
  • PSUAC: 5-1

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