Jan. 5, 2011
BALTIMORE, MD – Freshman Ray Yagloski scored a pin of Will Ladnier at 2:15 of the first period to jump-start a string of eight straight wins for the Johns Hopkins wrestling team as the Blue Jays knocked off visiting NYU, 40-3, in non-conference action at Goldfarb Gymnasium Wednesday night. The win improves JHU’s record to 2-6, while the Violets slip to 1-4.
Yagloski’s pin, the second of his career and the fifth-fastest by a JHU wrestler this season, ignited the Blue Jays, who got wins by decision from Paul Marcello (133), Henry Stauber (141), Rocky Barilla (157) and Patrick Stanley (184) and a major decision from senior Eric Levenseller (165). Barilla improved to a team-best 15-6 with his 6-0 victory over Michael Roberson at 157.
Marcello, an NCAA qualifier as a freshman last season, took a hard-fought 6-3 win over Adlee Fayyaz, while Stanley, an NCAA qualifier as a freshman in 2008, moved up a weight class to take on Sabino Galassi and earned a 4-2 win.
Johns Hopkins will return to action on Friday, January 7 when the Blue Jays participate in the 2011 Virginia Duals.
Johns Hopkins-40, NYU-3
125 – Ray Yagloski (J) pinned Will Ladnier (N) – 2:15
133 – Paul Marcello (J) def, Adlee Fayyaz (N), 6-3
141 – Henry Stauber (J) def. Clement Bommier (N), 8-2
149 – Duncan Crystal (J) win by forfeit
157 – Rocky Barilla (J) def. Michael Roberson (NY), 6-0
165 – Eric Levenseller (J) def, David Rice (NY), 14-5
174 – Robbie Nedbor-Gross (J) win by forfeit
184 – Patrick Stanley (J) def. Sabino Galassi (N), 4-2
197 – Steve Massey (N) def. Ben Finelli (J), 6-0
285 – Rick Danilkowicz (J) win by forfeit
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