University of Tennessee at Knoxville 18 v University of Memphis 24       MTSU Alumni Duals       Cumberland University 21 v Middle Tennessee State University 18       Huntingdon College (AL) 49 v University of Memphis 6       Middle Tennessee State University 53 v Huntingdon College (AL) 0       Ramapo College of New Jersey 24 v Rutgers - The State University of NJ 18       University of Memphis 24 v University of Tennessee at Knoxville 18       Rowan University 46 v Ramapo College of New Jersey 16       Middle Tennessee State University 53 v University of Tennessee at Knoxville 9       Montclair State University 41 v Ramapo College of New Jersey 18       

Black Knights Attack Armory at Albany

11/17/2009 -

The weekend of November 13-14th ended on a positive note for the Army Prep Black Knights in the Armory of Albany, New York. On Friday night, the knights wrestled a dual with Navy Prep. The knights lost an up and down battle that was a four point dual going into the last two weight classes. The line up was as follows:
125: Zack Wells-Won by forfeit
133: None- Lost by forfeit.
141: Ryan Bilyeu- Lost the match by decision 8-11.
149: Paul Hancock – Lost the match by decision 10-13.
157: Spencer Breeden- Lost the match by major decision 4-14.
165: Alexandre Roy- Won by decision 6-2.
174: John Mejia- Lost by major decision 4-18.
184: Shawn Sweany- Won by fall.
197: Jeff Ducote – Won by decision 5-4.
235: None- Lost by forfeit.
285: None- Double forfeit
Team Score of 24-32.
The Army Prep Black Knights look to avenge this loss on December 5th as they try to adapt and overcome their own weaknesses and the opponent’s strengths.
The following day, in the same venue, the prepsters wrestled in the Titan Open. The MAPS had an impressive showing by placing two first place finishes; Ryan Bilyeu and Shawn Sweany. MAPS also had two third place finishes by Spencer Breeden and Jeff Ducote. Due to unforeseen circumstances Paul Hancock and Alexandre Roy did not complete the tournament. However, both wrestled extremely hard were definitely on track to take third or fourth. John Mejia, Zack Wells, Abraham Rivera, and Michel Russell all competed in the tournament.