Baldwin Wallace Wrestling Team Falls to Muskingum, 33-10, in New Concord
NEW CONCORD, OHIO -- The Baldwin Wallace University wrestling team falls host Muskingum University, 33-10, in an Ohio Athletic Conference dual match tonight (Tuesday, February 7, 2012) in the John Glenn Performance Center.
With this loss, BW is now 1-3 overall and 0-3 in the OAC. With its victory, Muskingum is now 2-7 overall, and 1-2 in the OAC.
The Yellow Jackets were led by, freshman 184-pounder Tyler Blaine (Worthington/Kilbourne) who pinned his opponent in a time of 3:54. Blaine is now 7-4 on the season.
Along with Blaine, senior 133-pounder Jeremy Dombrady (Copley) won by a major decision with a score of 9-1. Dombrady is now 3-2 wrestling at 133 pounds.
BW is back in action on Tuesday, February 14 when it will travel to Tiffin to face Heidelberg University in an Ohio Athletic Conference dual match in the Seiberling Gymnasium at 7:30 p.m. The next and final home match is on Thursday, February 16 when BW hosts the University of Mount Union in the Rudolph Ursprung Gymnasium in the Lou Higgins Center at 7:30 p.m.
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Muskingum University 33, Baldwin Wallace University 10
125 Pounds: no match
133 Pounds: Jeremy Dombrady (BW) maj. dec. Patrick McKernan, 9-1
141 Pounds: Brock Yackey (MU) win by forfeit
149 Pounds: Kenny Poland (MU) win by forfeit
157 Pounds: Michael Frasure (MU) dec. Alex Cahill (BW) l, 6-0
165 Pounds: Ronnie Hepner (MU) win by forfeit
174 Pounds: Mitch King (MU) win by forfeit
184 Pounds: Tyler Blaine (BW) pin Tre Martin, 3:54
197 Pounds: Lucas Weber (MU dec. Joe Georgian (BW), 9-7
285 Pounds: Brian Barnhart (MU) dec. Pete Meadows (BW), 5-1