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College Week 9 Recap

By MI Grappler, 01/19/22, 7:45AM EST

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University of Michigan

#3 Michigan claimed eight bouts, earning bonus points in three, to claim a dominant 29-8 win at #7 Ohio State in its Big Ten Conference dual opener on Friday night in Columbus. The Wolverines have claimed three straight against Ohio State since 2019. The Wolverines were led by Nick Suriano, Dylan Ragusin, and Mason Parris, who all picked up bonus point wins. Logan Massa and Myles Amine also picked up big wins over All Americans.

Michigan will kick off a three-match homestand with a pair of Crisler Center duals next weekend. The Wolverines host #1 Penn State on Friday at 6pm before welcoming Rutgers on Sunday at 4pm.

#3 Michigan 29, #7 Ohio State 8
125 - #1 Nick Suriano (UM) major dec. #18 Malik Heinselman, 11-3
133 - #8 Dylan Ragusin (UM) major dec. Will Betancourt, 14-5
141 - #4 Stevan Micic (UM) dec. #21 Dylan D'Emilio, 12-7
149 - #2 Sammy Sasso (OSU) dec. Cole Mattin, 9-4
157 - #15 Will Lewan (UM) dec. Jashon Hubbard, 6-3
165 - #7 Carson Kharchla (OSU) tech. fall Pat Nolan, 21-6 (6:30)
174 - #6 Logan Massa (UM) dec. #7 Ethan Smith, 10-4
184 - #2 Myles Amine (UM) dec. #7 Kaleb Romero, 3-1 SV
197 - #8 Patrick Brucki (UM) dec. #20 Gavin Hoffman, 5-2
285 - #2 Mason Parris (UM) pinned #12 Tate Orndorff, 2:21

Michigan State University

Michigan State had two come-from-behind victories over the weekend, improving them to 7-1 overall and 2-1 in the Big Ten. On Saturday, Michigan State won the swing matches at 149, 165, 174, and 184 to upset #16 Purdue. On Monday, the dual against Indiana came down to the last match where Brad Wilton won 2-1 at 285lbs. Caleb Fish and Cam Caffey went 2-0 on the weekend for the Spartans.

MSU will be at home this weekend with matches against Rutgers on Friday and #1 Penn State on Sunday. 

MSU 17, Purdue 16
125 - #15 Devin Schroder (PUR) dec. Tristan Lujan (MSU)
133 - #12 Rayvon Foley (MSU) maj. dec. Matt Ramos (PUR)
141 - #24 Parker Filius (PUR) dec. Matt Santos (MSU), 7-5 (SV-1)
149 - Peyton Omania (MSU) dec. Alec White (PUR), 5-2
157 - #9 Kendall Coleman (PUR) dec. #19 Chase Saldate (MSU), 10-3
165 - Caleb Fish (MSU) dec. Hayden Lohrey (PUR), 5-3 (SV-1)
174 - #19 Gerrit Nijenhuis (PUR) maj. dec. Nathan Jimenez (MSU), 11-3
184 - #27 Layne Malczewski (MSU) dec. #28 Max Lyon (PUR), 4-2
197 - #15 Cameron Caffey (MSU) dec. #16 Thomas Penola (PUR), 8-1
285 - Michael Woulfe (PUR) dec. Brad Wilton (MSU), 10-4
***MSU wins via tiebreaker with 50-49 total match points***

MSU 17, Indiana 15
125 - Tristan Lujan (MSU) maj. dec. Jacob Moran (IU), 8-0
133 - #11 Brock Hudkins (IU) dec. #12 Rayvon Foley (MSU), 5-3
141 - #30 Cayden Rooks (IU) dec. Jordan Hamdan (MSU), 3-1
149 - Graham Rooks (IU) dec. Peyton Omania (MSU), 8-4
157 - #19 Chase Saldate (MSU) maj. dec. Jonathan Kervin (IU), 12-0
165 - Caleb Fish (MSU) dec. Kasper McIntosh (IU), 7-1
174 - Nick South (IU) dec. Nathan Jimenez (MSU), 2-1 (TB-2)
184 - #8 DJ Washington (IU) dec. #27 Layne Malczewski (MSU), 8-5
197 - #15 Cameron Caffey (MSU) dec. Nick Willham (IU), 2-0
285 - Brad Wilton (MSU) dec. Jacob Bullock (IU), 2-1

Central Michigan University

CMU went 3-0 at the inaugural Chippewa Challenge, beating CSU Bakersfield, American, and Campbell. CMU is coached by Tom Borrelli, who squared off with three of his former wrestlers in the quad.

 American is coached by Jason Borrelli, Tom's son; Campbell is led by Scotti Sentes, and CSU Bakersfield is coached by Luke Smith. All three wrestled for Borrelli, as did Campbell assistant Wynn Michalak. Both CMU assistants, Ben Bennett and Colin Heffernan, are also former Chippewas who wrestled under Borrelli, who is in his 31st season in charge of the program.

CMU cruised against CSU Bakersfield and American before having a close match with Campbell. CMU led by only 1 point against Campbell heading into the final bout at heavyweight. #9 Matt Stencel met #27 Taye Ghadiali, who is a graduate of Warren Fitzgerald HS. Stencel would win on a stalling point in sudden victory to give CMU the 19-15 win.

CMU is back in action on the road this weekend. They are in Dekalb, IL, on Friday to wrestle Northern Illinois. On Sunday, the Chippewas will wrestle at SIUE.

Central Michigan 31, CSU Bakersfield 6
125: Brock Bergelin (C) dec. Eddie Flores, 9-2
133: Vince Perez (C) won by forfeit
141: #13 Dresden Simon (C) dec. Angelo Martinoni, 10-8
149: Josh Brown (CSUB) dec. Mason Breece, 11-5 SV-1
157: #18 Johnny Lovett (C) dec. Brock Rogers, 9-4
165: Tracy Hubbard (C) major dec. Augustine Garcia, 8-0
174: Bret Fedewa (C) dec. Albert Urias, 5-4
184: Jacob Hansen (CSUB) dec. Ben Cushman, 9-3
197: Aaron Bolo (C) dec. Josh Loomer, 7-2
285: #9 Matt Stencel (C) pinned Jacob Sieder, 4:24

Central Michigan 36, American 3
125: Sean Spidle (C) dec. Max Leete, 4-2
133: Ja'Kerion Merritt (C) dec. Andy Fallon, 6-4
141: #13 Dresden Simon (C) tech fall Ethan Szerencsits, 19-0
149: Corbyn Munson (C) dec. Patrick Ryan, 7-2
157: #18 Johnny Lovett (C) dec. Antonio Segura, 6-2
165: Tracy Hubbard (C) major dec. Breon Phifer, 8-0
174: Bret Fedewa (C) dec. Tim Fitzpatrick, 5-3
184: Ben Cushman (C) dec. Colin Shannon, 3-2
197: Aaron Bolo (C) pinned Connor Bourne, 1:57
285: #9 Matt Stencel (C) pinned Isaac Righter, 1:23

Central Michigan 19, Campbell 15
125: Korbin Meink (Camp) dec. Brock Bergelin, 4-1
133: Dom Zaccone (Camp) dec. Vince Perez, 12-9
141: #13 Dresden Simon (CMU) dec. Chris Rivera, 6-1
149: Corbyn Munson (CMU) dec. Shannon Hanna, 6-0
157: #18 Johnny Lovett (CMU) major dec. Matt Dallara, 13-2
165: Tracy Hubbard (CMU) dec. Troy Nation, 7-5
174: Austin Murphy (Camp) dec. Bret Fedewa, 6-1
184: Caleb Hopkins (Camp) pinned Ben Cushman, 1:03
197: Aaron Bolo (CMU) dec. Chris Kober, 7-4
285: #9 Matt Stencel (CMU) dec. Taye Ghadiali, 2-1 SV-1

Other Michigan Grapplers in Duals

125 - Devin Schroder (Purdue, Grand Rapids CC HS) dec Tristan Lujan (MSU) 3-0
133 - Dom LaJoie (Cornell, Gaylord HS) dec Mark Montgomery (Army West Point) 4-1
133 - Kurt Phipps (Bucknell) maj Reese Fry (Brown, Manchester HS), 16-2
141 - Ben Freeman (Buffalo, Walled Lake Central HS) dec Justin Hoyle (Hofstra) 3-1SV
165 - Sean O'Dwyer (Ohio) dec Alec Rees (Northern Illinois, Sparta HS) 6-3
174 - Jay Nivison (Buffalo, Davison HS) maj Ericson Velasquez (Hofstra) 14-5
197 - Max Dean (Penn State, Lowell HS) dec Greg Bulsak (Rutgers) 9-6
285 - Gable Steveson (Minnesota) maj Trent Hillger (Wisconsin, Lake Fenton HS) 23-9
285 - Taye Ghadiali (Campbell, Warren Fitz HS) dec Jacob Sieder (CSUB) 8-7
285 - Matt Stencel (CMU) dec Taye Ghadiali (Campbell, Warren Fitz HS) 2-1SV

Michigan Grapplers in the Rankings

125 - #1 Nick Suriano (Michigan)
125 - #15 Devin Schroder (Purdue, Grand Rapids CC HS)
133 - #8 Dylan Ragusin (Michigan)
133 - #12 Rayvon Foley (Michigan State, Ann Arbor Pioneer HS)
133 - #30 Dom Lajoie (Cornell, Gaylord HS)
141 - #4 Stevan Micic (Michigan)
141 - #11 Ian Parker (Iowa State, St. Johns HS)
141 - #13 Dresden Simon (CMU, Dansville HS)
149 - #16 Kanen Storr (Michigan, Leslie HS)
149 - #21 Josh Edmond (Missouri, Detroit CC HS)
149 - #27 Corbyn Munson (CMU, Chelsea HS)
157 - #15 Will Lewan (Michigan)
157 - #18 Johnny Lovett (CMU)
157 - #19 Chase Saldate (Michigan State)
165 - #10 Cam Amine (Michigan, Detroit CC HS)
174 - #6 Logan Massa (Michigan, St. Johns HS)
184 - #2 Myles Amine (Michigan, Detroit CC HS)
184 - #27 Layne Malczewski (Michigan State, Dakota HS)
184 - #32 Neil Antrassian (Penn, Monroe HS)
197 - #2 Max Dean (Penn State, Lowell HS)
197 - #8 Patrick Brucki (Michigan)
197 - #15 Cam Caffey (Michigan State)
285 - #2 Mason Parris (Michigan)
285 - #8 Trent Hillger (Wisconsin, Lake Fenton HS)
285 - #9 Matt Stencel (CMU)
285 - #25 Taye Ghadiali (Campbell, Warren Fitz HS)