East Tennessee State University 18 v Mercer University 30       Florida Gulf Coast University 5 v Auburn University 34       Massachusetts Institute of Technology 18 v The Ohio State University 31       University of Texas at Arlington 24 v University of Florida 30       University of South Florida 18 v University of Toledo 25       Marion Military Institute 33 v Wayne State College 20       University of North Florida 15 v Grand Valley State University 48       Auburn University 24 v Massachusetts Institute of Technology 30       Florida Gulf Coast University 11 v The Ohio State University 36       Middle Tennessee State University 26 v Marion Military Institute 18       

Team Press Releases

Orange kick off season at Titan Open

12/14/2009 -
ALBANY,NY. - Syracuse, ranked pre-season 23rd in the nation, began the 09-10 season with a decimated lineup at the Titan Open held at Washington Avenue Armory in Albany, NY. With several scratches, the Orange took only four wrestlers, three of whom made their college debut.

The tournament got off to a rocky start with all wrestlers losing their first match. "I didn't bother me," head coach John Crandall commented, "and I made sure it didn't bother them. The losses came from simple mistakes that could be easily corrected." The second round of matches went much better with freshman Connor Policastro (Danbury, CT/Immaculate) pinned his opponent in 2:53 and Freshman Mike Lucks (Port Jefferson, NY/Vandermeulen) won a 6-3 decision. Policastro and Lucks both went 1-2 and came within one win of placing.

Senior Craig Tompkins (Beacon, NY/Beacon) went 0-2. "Despite going 0-2 Craig fought hard in his matches," Crandall noted, "He only gets one season to make an impact, and I feel he will do just that." Senior David Tubiolo (Yonkers, NY/Fordham Prep) also went 0-2, having been pinned in the first round in both matches. "Dave is still on a learning curve and will no doubt improve as the season progresses. Unfortunately, he missed a season of competition. We'll be working hard to get him in top form by Regionals."

Up next for Syracuse is the Northeast Conference Duals at University of New Hampshire on the 22nd.

NCWA Season Preview

NCWA Season Preview 10/26/2005 Jim Heath/NCWA Sports Information Director Heading into the ninth year of National Collegiate Wrestling Association action, a few questions loom for the 2005-06 campaign: Can someone step up and stop Central Florida from a “three-peat”? Will the Appr....