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of Table Contents photo of carver To learn more about Bloomsburg University visit our web site at www.bloomu.edu To schedule a visit to campus, call the admissions office at (570) 389-4316. Table of Contents ........................................................................................... Inside Front Cover Bloomsburg University .................................................................................................................. 1 Quick Facts/Media Outlets .......................................................................................................... 2 Administration/Staff ..................................................................................................................... 3 Media Information/Important Phone Numbers ....................................................................... 3 Head Coach Dan Wirnsberger .................................................................................................. 4-5 Assistant Coaches ........................................................................................................................... 5 2003-04 Roster ............................................................................................................................... 6 2003-04 Preview .......................................................................................................................... 7-8 2003-04 Profiles ....................................................................................................................... 9-14 2003-04 Team Photo ................................................................................................................... 15 2002-03 Season in Review .................................................................................................... 16-17 2002-03 Scores/Over the Years/Coaching Records ............................................................... 18 2002-03 Individual Statistics ....................................................................................................... 19 NCAA Division I All-Americans .................................................................................................. 20 The Eastern Wrestling League ........................................................................................... 21-24 Top 10 Win Club .......................................................................................................................... 24 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference ........................................................................... 25-26 All-Time Series Records .............................................................................................................. 27 Bloomsburg Wrestling Camps .................................................................................................... 28 Nelson Field House ......................................................................................... Inside Back Cover 2003-04 Schedule ........................................................................................................ Back Cover On the cover: Justin Johnson (top) and Justin Haupt (bottom) will lead the Huskies into the 2003-04 season. About Bloomsburg Bloomsburg University, a member of Pennsylvanias State System of Higher Education, is a four-year coeducational public university founded in 1839. Through the stages of its development from a normal school to a teachers college to a multipurpose state college and finally to a university in 1983, the institution has retained its emphasis on liberal arts and career education. Bloomsburg is recognized as one of the best 100 public universities in the United States, and excellence, ranging from its 10 NCAA championships to its international reputation in a number of its academic programs, is an attitude found throughout the faculty and staff. About 90 percent of Bloomsburgs students come from throughout Pennsylvania, creating a diverse mix of cultures and ideas. Its a place where friendships that last a lifetime begin. And its a busy place with more than 150 student organizations and activities, NCAA Division II athletic programs and a popular recreation center. The universitys Division of Continuing and Distance Education serves students through nondegree credit courses, noncredit minicourses, off-campus classes, credit for life experience and distance learning courses on public television. The Town of Bloomsburg, located in the Susquehanna River Valley, has a population of about 12,000 people. The central business district is just three blocks southwest of campus, and includes more than 80 retail stores, restaurants and the Bloomsburg Fair in September. More stores, restaurants and theaters can be found along nearby Route 11 and at the Columbia Mall, northwest of town. The university is within a one-hour drive from such cities as Hazleton, Williamsport, Wilkes-Barre and Scranton; 1.5 hours from Harrisburg; 2.5 hours from Philadelphia; 3 hours from New York City and Baltimore; and four hours from Pittsburgh and Washington, DC. A Few Facts About Bloomsburg Enrollment Total enrollment is over 7,500, with an average incoming SAT of 1070 and class rank in the upper 25 percent; Bloomsburg admits one in seven applicants and has a four-year retention rate significantly higher than the national average. More than 80 percent are fulltime students. About 65 percent are women. About 90 percent of Bloomsburg graduates are quickly placed in their chosen fields. Faculty With approximately 1,000 employees, Bloomsburg University has 378 full-time faculty, 73 percent of whom hold doctoral degrees and 72 percent of whom are tenured. The staff is organized into four divisions: Academic Affairs, Administration, Student Life and University Advancement. Governance is through the State System of Higher Educations Board of Governors and through the universitys Council of Trustees. Degrees Bloomsburg University offers 64 baccalaureate degrees, one associate degree, 19 masters degrees and a joint doctoral degree in elementary education in cooperation with Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Financial Aid About 70 percent of all students receive some form of financial aid; average amount of aid is $4,782 per year. School Colors, Mascot The school colors of Bloomsburg University, originally lemon and garnet, have been maroon and gold since the 1920s. In the early 1930s, the Husky became the school mascot when a dog owned by a faculty member accompanied Adm. Richard E. Byrd on an expedition to the South Pole. 1 Quick Facts/Media Outlets Location: Bloomsburg, PA 17815 Enrollment: 7,500 General Information: 570-389-4000 President: Dr. Jessica Kozloff Athletic Director: Mary Gardner Athletic Department: 570-389-4050 Head Coach: Dan Wirsnberger Wrestling Office: 570-389-4282 E-Mail Address: dwirnsbe@bloomu.edu Colors: Maroon and Gold Nickname: Huskies Home Gym: Nelson Field House (3,000) Trainers: Joe Hazzard, Ellen West Training Room: 570-389-4369/4668 Conference: Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, Eastern Wrestling League 2001-02: Dual Meet Record: 8-8, 2-5 EWL EWL Finish: 8th NCAA Finish: t70th All of Bloomsburgs athletic publications are published by the Office of Marketing and Communication/University Advancement. Copyright 2003. Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. This publication was written by sports information director Tom McGuire and student assistant Mark Vellek. Editing by Tom McGuire. Printed by David A. Smith Printing, Harrisburg, PA. Photography by Keith Haupt, Dave Ashby and Office of Marketing and Communication. Some photos from University Archives. PRIMARY NEWSPAPERS, RADIO AND TELEVISION OUTLETS Press Enterprise 3185 Lackawanna Avenue Bloomsburg, PA 17815 (570) 784-2121 Danville News 14 East Mahoning Street Danville, PA 17821 (570) 275-3235 Daily Item 200 South Market Street Sunbury, PA 17801 (570) 286-5671 Milton Standard 19 Arch Street Milton, PA 17847 (570) 742-9671 WBRE-TV (28)/WYOU-TV (22) 62 South Franklin Street Wilkes-Barre, PA 18703 (570) 208-1194 News-Item 701 North Rock Street Shamokin, PA 17872 (570) 648-4641 Sun Gazette 252 West Fourth Street Williamsport, PA 17701 (570) 326-1552 Patriot News P.O. Box 2265 Harrisburg, PA 17105 (717) 255-8180 WNEP-TV (16) 16 Montage Mountain Road Moosic, PA 18641 (570) 826-1616 Standard Speaker 21 North Wyoming St. Hazleton, PA 18201 (570) 455-3636 Citizens Voice 75 N. Washington St. Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711 (570) 821-2062 Times Leader 15 North Main Street Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711 (570) 829-7229 WHLM Radio West Main Street Bloomsburg, PA 17815 (570) 784-1200 Associated Press Suite 250 One Franklin Plaza Philadelphia, PA 19102 (215) 561-1133 2 Administration/Staff President Dr. Jessica Kozloff Director of Athletics Mary Gardner Associate Director of Athletics Kathy Heitzman Sports Information Director Tom McGuire Athletic Trainer Joe Hazzard Athletic Trainer Ellen West Director of Athletic Operations Karen Hansen Media Information For media credentials, photos, stories, statistics or to arrange an interview with a coach or student-athlete, contact Tom McGuire, Director of Sports Information or Kerry Cavanaugh, Graduate Assistant. All members of the media are welcome to visit the Huskies home sporting events. If members of the media are interested in covering a Bloomsburg University game, please contact the Office of Sports Information for assistance. Office of Sports Information ..................................................................... (570) 389-4413 Sports Information FAX .............................................................................. (570) 389-4724 Tom McGuires Home ................................................................................. (570) 868-5749 Tom McGuires Home FAX...................................................................(570) 868-6909 Husky Hotline ........................................................................................... (570) 389-BUBU E-mail Address .................................................................................. tmcguire@bloomu.edu Internet Athletic Address ............................................................. www.bloomu.edu/sports 3 Head Coach Dan Wirnsberger NUMERICALLY SPEAKING... 2 Number of wrestlers who qualified for the NCAA championships in 2002-03. 5 Number of times the Huskies scored more than 25 points in a match during the 2002-03 season. 8 Number of wins in Wirnsbergers first year which tied the record for most wins by a first year wrestling coach in Bloomsburg history. 12 Dan Wirsnsberger begins his second season as head coach of the Huskies. Wirnsberger came to Bloomsburg after spending six years as an assistant at Virginia Tech. A 1995 graduate of Michigan State University, Wirnsberger was an outstanding 158-pounder for the Spartans from 1990-1995. The Greer, SC native earned All-American honors three times while wrestling for coach Tom Minkel. A three-year captain of the MSU wrestling team, Wirnsberger was named the teams MVP in 1995 after posting a record of 358 and winning the Big 10 title and finishing as the NCAA runner-up in his weight class. Overall in his career, Wirnsberger posted a record of 120-44, third most wins in school history. In NCAA competition, Wirnsberger posted 11 wins for the Spartans in three trips to nationals. During his career at Michigan State, the team went from a struggling program to an 12th-place national ranking his sophomore year, 25th his junior year and third in the nation his senior season. Number of freshmen on the Huskies 2003-04 roster. 33 Number of pins posted by the Huskies in 2002-03. 122 Number of wins posted by former Huskies standout George Carter during his career. Following graduation, Wirnsberger continued his wrestling career at the Dave Schultz Wrestling Club while training for the 1997 World Team Trials. He qualified for the trials after placing sixth at the USA Senior Freestyle Tournament, his first senior competition. Participating at a higher weight class of 167 pounds, Wirnsberger defeated such renowned opponents as two-time NCAA champion Marcus Mollica of Arizona State and Iowas NCAA champion Darryl Weber. After graduation, Wirnsberger began work as a coach for the Mason (Michigan) Youth Wrestling Program. He later moved back to South Carolina where he served as head wrestling coach at Greer High School. In addition to his 4 Coaching Staff head coaching duties, Wirnsberger was the junior varsity football coach and taught classes for autistic students at the Greer Middle School. In 1996 he became an assistant at Virginia Tech where he was part of a staff that built the Hokies into a top-25 national program. He was part of staff that helped coach three NCAA AllAmericans and one that sent a schoolrecord five individuals to the NCAA championships in 1999-2000. He also helped lead the Hokies to a 19th place finish at the NCAA championships in 1999-00 and a 23rd place finish in 200001. At Tech, Wirnsberger was also responsible for organizing practices, supervising the strength and conditioning program and individual workouts. He also organized Techs team and individual summer camps and recruiting efforts. Wirnsberger is married to the former Dana Bottiglieri. ASSISTANT COACH JOHN STUTZMAN John Stutzman begins his second year as the top assistant coach for Dan Wirsnberger. Stutzman came to Bloomsburg after being an assistant at Northern Illinois University for two years. He helped the Huskies of Northern Illinois post two consecutive winning seasons withthe teams 2001-02 record of 14-4 being the most wins for the school since 1976. He was also the personal coach of All-American Scott Owen, a fifth-place finisher at the NCAA Division I championships in 2001-02. Prior to working at Northern Illinois, Stutzman was an assistant the University at Buffalo for two seasons. He helped the school compile was dual meet mark of 1910-2 while sending six wrestlers to the Division I national championships. A 1998 graduate of the University of Buffalo, Stutzman was 95-27 in a threeyear career for the Bulls and was the schools all-time leader in career wins until last year. His best year for the Bulls was the 1996-97 season when he posted a mark of 35-4. He was two-time captain at Buffalo, a three-time East Coast Wrestling Association place-winner and a two-time alternate for the Division I championships. In addition to his work at Northern Illinois and Buffalo, Stutzman has also worked with several wrestling clubs in both New York and Illinois. Stutzman is a native of New Castle, DE. GRADUATE ASSISTANT MARLON FELTON Marlon Felton begins his first season as a graduate assistant for the Huskies. Felton comes to the Huskies after graduating from Northern Illinois University where he was a two-time NCAA qualifier. 5 At Northern Illinois he posted a career record of 50-43 with 11 pins. As a senior he was third at the MAC championships at 125 pounds. He was 15-7 with four pins and one technical fall as a senior. 2003-04 Roster Name Shawn Albert James Bertulis Ryan Chulada Brian Clark Mike Collins Will English Aaron Ferrance Brad Forbes Ryan Garner Bryan Hart Bryce Hasseman Justin Haupt Scott Heckman Chad Hoare Justin Johnson Jon Kokinda Josh Loew B.J. Mikeska Mark Piermattei Adam Rupert Brian Sellers Nate Shirk Dustin Swartz Chris Tate Lou Tirado Justin Thomas Ivan Usztics Tyler Williams Class So. Jr. Sr.-R Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr.-R. Fr. Fr. So-R. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Wt. HWT 174 174 125 125 149 HWT 141 165 133 174 133 141 197 184 174 165 157 141 174 125 174 HWT 149 125 125 125 149 Hometown (High School) Hatboro (Upper Moreland) Aston (Garnett Valley) Honesdale (Honesdale) Sterling, VA (Potomac Falls) Pequannock (Pequannock) Fort Pierre, FL (Port Saint Luise) Northern Cambria (Bishop Caroll) Downingtown (Downingtown) Dover (Upper Perkiomen) Easton (Easton) Franklin, IN (Franklin) Nazareth (Northampton) Bangor (Bangor) Reynoldsville (DuBois) Wyalusing (Wyalusing) Langhorne (Council Rock) Harrisburg (Central Dauphin) Derry (Derry) Middleburg (Middleburg) Andreas (Damaquan) Pennsbury (Pennsbury) Paxtonville (Middleburg) Port Royal (Juniata) Boothwyn (Garnett Valley) Swedesboro, NJ (Kingsway) Hunlock (Benton) Dauphin (Central Dauphin) Carol Stream, IL (Clenbard North) 6 2003-04 Preview As Bloomsburg University wrestling coach Dan Wirnsberger gets ready for placewinners on our team this year so the present and future looks bright. This years freshmen class was ranked 14th by one national publication so Wirnsberger and his staff know they have plenty of talent to work with. I feel we have a good mix of experienced wrestlers to go along with our youth, said the second year coach. We have three returning EWL place-winners along with two transfers who will have to help us develop the freshmen. But no matter how talented the athlete, Wirnsberger knows they will need to step up and be ready to face a challenging schedule. I need for our team to mature and grow up quickly, Wirnsberger continued. By facing the type of schedule we will face this year, I am trying to show our wrestlers how hard they have to work in order to become an All-American or even a national champion. I am confident they can get it done. WEIGHT BY WEIGHT LOOK 125Mike Collins and Brian Sellers will battle for the starting job. Collins moved into the starting lineup midway through the 2002-03 season after an injury forced Brock Hite to the sidelines. Justin Thomas and Lou Tirado will challenge for time as well at this weight. 133Its a two way battle at this weight for the starting job between Justin Haupt and Bryan Hart. Haupt, was last years starter, while Hart is a former the start of the 2003-04 season he is sure of just one thing, the season will be exciting for both the team and the fans. From there your guess will be as good as his as to how the season will play out. Wirnsbergers uncertainty comes from the fact that this years team will feature 16 newcomers to the roster. Many of the those freshmen will be in the lineup on a regular basis facing one of the toughest schedules in recent memory. New to the Bloomsburg schedule this year are Big 10 team Ohio State and Indiana as well as perennial top-five Cornell. Our success on the mat will depend on how quickly we can develop our talented athletes into Division I caliber wrestlers, said Wirnsberger. We have numerous Pennsylvania State 7 2003-04 Preview PIAA state place-winners. The Huskies will be deep at this weight. 157Red-shirt sophomore B.J. Mikeska will start for the Huskies. As a true freshman, Mikeska won 11 matches for the Huskies, but used his off year to get stronger. He will battle for mat time with Josh Loew, another PIAA state place-winner. 165Ryan Garner, last years starter, will once again get the nod at this weight. Garner was an EWL placewinner as well and posted 17 wins during the season. Adam Rupert will be his backup. 174After losing an NCAA qualifier, Hunter Guenot, at this weight, freshman Nate Shirk will battle with Jim Bertulis and Jon Kokinda for mat time. 184After missing last season with an injury, former NCAA qualifier Justin Johnson returns to the lineup. Two years ago Johnson was an EWL runnerup and goes into this season ranked 11th in the country. Chad Hoare will backup Johnson. 197Ryan Chulada will get the nod here to start the season. In the second half the year, Pat Bennett, a transfer from Morrisville, Jr. College in New York will battle for time. HWTTwo freshmen, Dustin Swartz and Shawn Albert, will compete for mat time at this weight. Look for either one of them on the mat this season. B.J. Mikeska Returns to the Bloomsburg Lineup in 2003-04. 141Brad Forbes and Scott Heckman will see time at this weight. Forbes started last season at 141 pounds, but moved up to 149 pounds during the year. Heckman was a three-time PIAA state place-winner. Mark Piermattei adds depth, 149The Huskies will use a true freshman, Tyler Williams, at this weight. Williams comes to Bloomsburg from Illinois where he was a four-time Illinois State place-winner, including State Champion as a senior. He was ranked third in the nation at 145 pounds after finishing third at the high school nationals. Will English and Chris Tate will add depth for the Huskies. 8 Wrestler Profiles RYAN CHULADA SENIOR (RS) HONESDALE (HONESDALE ) MAJOR: ELEM. EDUCUCATION WT. CLASS: 174 2002-03: Saw limited action for Bloomsburg. Picked up a win by technical fall at the Oklahoma Gold Classic. Won by major decision against Slippery Rock at the Ohio University Duals. 2001-02: Saw limited action action for the Huskies. Year 2001-02 2002-03 Career Record: Won-Lost 2-9 2-10 4-19 Pins 0 0 0 MIKE COLLINS JUNIOR PEQUANNOCK, NJ (PEQUANNOCK) MAJOR:CRIMINAL JUSTICE WT. CLASS: 125 2002-03: Took over as the teams regular 125-pounder midway through the year. Won by fall at the Bloomsburg Duals as well as the Beast of the East Tournament. 2001-02: Saw limited action action for the Huskies. Year 2001-02 2002-03 Career Record: Won-Lost 3-15 7-14 10-29 Pins 0 2 2 Mike Collins In Action Last Year 9 Wrestler Profiles WILL ENGLISH JUNIOR FORT PIERCE, FL (PORT ST. LUCIE) MAJOR:EXERCISE SCIENCE WT. CLASS: 125 2002-03: Saw limited action for the Huskies. Picked up his only win of the year by a 13-10 score at the Oklahoma Gold Classic. Also lost a tough 3-1 decision at the Gold Classic. Year 2002-03 Career Record: Won-Lost 1-4 1-4 Pins 0 0 BRAD FORBES SOPHOMORE DOWNINGTOWN (DOWINGTOWN) MAJOR: UNDECLARED WT. CLASS: 141 2002-03: Took second at the PSAC Championships. Had three victories by major decision during the year. Wrestled at 149 pounds for part of the year after an injury left the Huskies without anyone at that weight class. Won three consecutive matches at the Penn State Open. Year 2002-03 Career Record: Won-Lost 14-18 14-18 Pins 0 0 Brad Forbes saw action at both 141 and 149 pounds last year for the Huskies. Chad Hoare was third on the Huskies last season with 21 wins. 10 Wrestler Profiles RYAN GARNER SENIOR PENNSBURG (UPPER PERKIOMEN) MAJOR: HISTORY WT. CLASS: 165 2002-03: Became the starter at 165 pounds. Had a five-match winning streak during the year. Took fourth at the Beast of the East Tournament and fifth at the PSAC Championships. Posted back-toback wins by fall at the Penn State Open. Pinned his opponent from Slippery Rock in just 39 seconds at the PSAC Championships. 2001-02: Saw action in just one match during the season. Year Won-Lost Pins 2001-02 0-1 0 2002-03 17-19 5 Career Record: 17-20 5 JUSTIN HAUPT SENIOR (RS) NAZARETH (NORTHAMPTON) MAJOR: SPECIAL EDUCATION WT. CLASS: 141 2002-03: Won three straight matches by fall early in the season. Won by fall in just 30 seconds in first round match at PSAC championships. Earned a win by technical fall and major decision at the Ohio University Duals. Finished second on the team with six pins. 2001-02: Did not wrestle. 2000-01: Season was cut to an injury. Posted a win over West Virginia in an EWL matchup. Picked up a win by fall at the PSAC championships. 1999-00: Saw all of his action at 133 pounds. Took first place at the Bloomsburg Invitational and was fourth at PSAC championships. Helped Huskies to a two-point over Rider with a major decision to start the match. Won seven matches by fall. Year 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 Career Record: Won-Lost Pins 15-13 7 3-4 1 Did not wrestle 15-17 6 33-34 14 CHAD HOARE JUNIOR REYNOLDSVILLE (DUBOIS) MAJOR: BUSINESS MANAGEMENT WT. CLASS: 174 2002-03: Had a four-match winning streak during the season holding his opponent scoreless in two of those wins. Finished second at the Beast of the East Tournament picking up wins over wrestlers from Old Dominion, Ohio Univ. and The Citadel. Took 6th at the PSAC Championships. 2001-02: Posted one major decision during the season. Year Won-Lost Pins 2001-02 4-9 0 2002-03 21-15 0 Career Record: 25-24 0 11 Wrestler Profiles JUSTIN JOHNSON JUNIOR(RS) WYALUSING (WYALUSING) MAJOR: BIOLOGY WT. CLASS:184 2002-03: Missed the entire 2002-03 season due to an injury. 2001-02: Made an immediate impact with the Huskies after coming over from football. Won his first match of the year pinning his opponent from Pittsburgh in 4:01. Johnson was second at the EWL championships and earned a trip to the NCAA championships. Won two and lost two at the NCAA championships. Had a stretch during the season in which he won seven of eight matches. Year 2001-02 Career Record: Won-Lost 16-10 16-10 Pins 4 4 B.J. MIKESKA SOPHOMORE DERRY (DERRY) MAJOR: EXERCISE SCIENCE WT. CLASS: 157 2002-03: Took a red-shirt year. 2001-02: Was the starter at 157 pounds and posted an 11-21 overall record. Won his first-ever collegiate match at Oklahoma Gold Clasic. Had a three-match winning streak during the season. Won two matches by major decision, including EWL matchup against Cleveland St. Year 2001-02 Career Record: Won-Lost 11-21 11-21 Pins 2 2 SHAWN ALBERT SOPHOMORE HATBORO UPPER MORELAND MAJOR: SECONDARY EDUCATION WT. CLASS: HWT JIM BERTULIS JUNIOR ASTON GARNET VALLEY MAJOR: UNDECLARED WT. CLASS: 174 CAREER RECORD: 1-2 BRIAN CLARK FRESHMAN STERLING,VA POTOMAC FALLS MAJOR: ELEM. EDUC. WT. CLASS: 125 AARON FERRANCE JUNIOR NORTHERN CAMBRIA BISHOP CARROLL MAJOR: EXERCISE SCIENCE WT. CLASS: HWT CAREER RECORD: 1-2 12 Wrestler Profiles BRYAN HART FRESHMAN EASTON EASTON MAJOR: HISTORY WT. CLASS: 133 BRYCE HASSEMAN JUNIOR FRANKLIN,IN FRANKLIN MAJOR: EXERCISE SCIENCE WT. CLASS: 174 SCOTT HECKMAN FRESHMAN BANGOR BANGOR MAJOR: UNDECLARED WT. CLASS: 141 JON KOKINDA FRESHMAN LANGHORNE COUNCIL ROCK MAJOR: UNDECLARED WT. CLASS:174 JOSH LOEW FRESHMAN HARRISBURG CENTRAL DAUPHIN MAJOR: UNDECLARED WT. CLASS: 165 MARK PIERMATTEI JUNIOR MIDDLEBURG MIDDLEBURG MAJOR: SPECIAL EDUCATION WT. CLASS: 141 CAREER RECORD: 12-41 PINS: 1 ADAM RUPPERT FRESHMAN ANDREAS DAMAQUAN MAJOR: UNDECLARED WT. CLASS:174 BRIAN SELLERS FRESHMAN PENNSBURY PENNSBURY MAJOR: BUSINESS MANAGEMENT WT. CLASS: 125 13 Wrestler Profiles NATE SHIRK FRESHMAN PAXTONVILLE MIDDLEBURG MAJOR: UNDECLARED WT. CLASS: 174 DUSTIN SWARTZ FRESHMAN PORT ROYAL JUNIATA MAJOR: SPECIAL EDUCATION WT. CLASS: HWT CHRIS TATE FRESHMAN BOOTHWYN GARNETT VALLEY MAJOR: UNDECLARED WT. CLASS: 149 LOU TIRADO FRESHMAN SWEDESBORO, NJ KINGSWAY MAJOR: EXERCISE SCIENCE WT. CLASS: 125 JUSTIN THOMAS JUNIOR HUNLOCK BENTON MAJOR: SECONDARY EDUCATION WT. CLASS: 125 CAREER RECORD: 3-4 IVAN USZTICS JUNIOR DAUPHIN CENTRAL DAUPHIN MAJOR: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS WT. CLASS: 125 CAREER RECORD: 2-2 TYLER WILLIAMS FRESHMAN CAROL STREAM,IL CLENBARD NORTH MAJOR: UNDECLARED WT. CLASS: 149 14 2003-04 Team Photo 15 Front Row (L-R): Tyler Williams, Brad Forbes, Mike Collins, Lou Tirado, Justin Haupt, Mark Piermattei, Bryan Hart Middle Row (L to R): Justin Thomas, Ryan Garner, Scott Heckman, Josh Loew, Will English, Brian Clark, Brian Sellers, B.J. Mikeska, Ivan Usztics Back Row (L to R): Jon Kokinda, Nate Shirk, Chris Tate, Justin Johnson, Ryan Chulada, Head Coach Dan Wirnsberger, Assistant Coach John Stutzman, Chad Hoare, Bryce Hasseman, Jim Bertulis, Shawn Adam Albert, Rupert 2002-03 Dual-Meet Results Bloomsburg 20 Millersville 12 Nov. 9, 2002 125: 133: 141: 149: 157: 165: 174: 184: 197: Hwt: BU MU BU BU BU MU BU BU MU MU Hite dec. Bunting, 8-4 Blanchard dec. Haupt, 11-9 Piermattei dec. Witmner, 3-3 Warner maj. dec. Wolverton, 10-1 Carter dec. Pequinot, 12-5 Reed dec. Garner, 13-8 Guenot maj. dec. Yeager, 11-0 Hoare dec. Knock, 6-3 Schaff dec. Ludlow, 7-4 Kelly dec. Polley, 2-1, TB Army 22 Bloomsburg 16 Nov. 9, 2002 125: 133: 141: 149: 157: 165: 174: 184: 197: Hwt: BU A A A A BU BU BU A A Hite maj. dec. Henry, 12-4 Garner dec. Haupt, 7-2 Duncan WBF Piermattei, 0:57 Simpson maj dec. Forbes, 10-2 Conner dec. Warner, 9-7 Carter WBF Schroeder, 0:20 Guenot dec. Calvert, 3-1 Hoare dec. Ready, 8-3 Forsman dec. Ludlow, 3-2 Paxton dec. Chalet, 4-1 125: 133: 141: 149: 157: 165: 174: 184: 197: Hwt: 125: 133: 141: 149: 157: 165: 174: 184: 197: Hwt: Bloomsburg 20 Pittsburgh 13 Nov. 26, 2002 UP UP UP UP BU BU BU BU BU BU Sianni maj. dec. Collins, 14-0 May dec. Piermattei, 10-3 Tarquinio dec. Forbes, 9-3 Giovinco dec. Warner, 5-3 Carter maj. dec. Nestor, 13-4 Garner dec. Catullo, 8-4 Guenot maj. dec. Selcher, 13-2 Hoare dec. Croyle, 8-2 Ludlow dec. Osbeck, 8-5 Milone dec. Shirley, 12-5 West Virginia 34 Bloomsburg 0 Jan. 11, 2003 WV WV WV WV WV WV WV WV WV WV Lisa dec. Hite, 7-5 Forte dec. Haupt, 6-1 Cuanan WTF Piermattei, 21-5, 6:14 Smith maj. dec. Forbes, 10-2 Lebe dec. Carter, 7-6 McMath maj. dec. Garner, 17-8 Jones dec. Guenot, 5-3 Wilman dec. Hoare, 9-4 Thompson dec. Ludlow, 11-5 Miller dec. Milone, 3-2 Bloomsburg 18 (Criteria) Jan. 17, 2003 Bloomsburg 39 Princeton 3 Nov. 23, 2002 125: 133: 141: 149: 157: 165: 174: 184: 197: Hwt: BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU P BU Collins WBF Chu, 6:27 Haupt WBF Kirschbaum, 2:43 Forbes dec. in OT Knorring, 6-4 Warner maj. dec. Millen, 11-2 Carter WBF Boroditsky, 0:53 Garner dec. Adams, 6-5 Guenot maj. dec. Wiggins, 19-10 Hoare dec. Fleming, 8-5 Fisher dec. Ludlow, 7-6 Milone maj. dec. Hawrilenko, 13-2 Bloomsburg 33 Findlay 7 Nov. 23, 2002 125: 133: 141: 149: 157: 165: 174: 184: 197: Hwt: BU BU BU UF BU BU BU BU UF BU Collins dec. Dew, 6-4 Piermattei maj. dec. McIntire, 12-1 Forbes dec. in OT Graham, 3-1 Lowe maj. dec. Warner, 15-6 Carter WBF Morris, 1:14 Garner maj. dec. Patterson, 14-5 Guenot WBF Cooper, 2:15 Hoare dec. Klepacz, 5-0 Salisbury dec. Rice, 10-7 Polley maj. dec. Weidinger, 10-2 16 Clarion 18 125: 133: 141: 149: 157: 165: 174: 184: 197: Hwt: BU C C C BU BU BU BU C C Hite dec. Derstine, 2-0 Martinez tech. fall Haupt, 21-5; 6:31 Edgar dec. Permattei, 9-4 Perry dec. Forbes, 4-0 Carter maj. dec. Reitz, 10-2 Garner dec. Horning, 5-4 ot tb Guenot tech. fall Gardner, 19-3; 6:53 Hoare dec. Spence, 9-5 Mausser dec. Ludlow, 7-0 Testa maj. dec. Milone, 15-6 Virginia Tech 25 Bloomsburg 14 Jan. 18, 2003 125: 133: 141: 149: 157: 165: 174: 184: 197: Hwt: BU BU BU VT BU VT BU BU VT BU Hite WBF over Head, 6:21 Haupt over Head, 1-0, OT TB Miller maj. dec. Piermattei, 16-8 Carpenter dec. Forbes, 5-4 Carter maj. dec. Stith, 16-7 Cox dec. Garner, 6-3 Guenot win by Forfeit Hoare dec. Borja, 8-5 Justus maj. dec. Ludlow, 15-6 Milone dec. Wiedegreen, 6-1 2002-03 Dual-Meet Results Bloomsburg 31 Slippery Rock 12 Feb. 1, 2003 125: 133: 141: 149: 157: 165: 174: 184: 197: Hwt: SR BU BU SR BU BU BU BU BU BU Renner dec. Collins, 6-1 Haupt WTF Gross, 17-1, 5:00 Piermattei dec. Clark, 9-4 Cieleski dec. Forbes, 4-1 Carter WBF Cardillo, 6:05 Garner dec. Smith, 3-2 Chaluda maj. dec. Stamm, 11-3 Guenot WBF Opfar, 2:04 Ludlow maj. dec. Hart, 18-5 McKillop WBF Milone, 3:33 125: 133: 141: 149: 157: 165: 174: 184: 197: Hwt: Edinboro 27 Bloomsburg 10 Feb. 6, 2003 EU EU EU BU BU EU BU EU EU EU Gray dec. Collins, 5-0 Bunch dec. Haupt, 6-5 Ace WBF Piermattei, 4:02 Forbes dec. Doppelheuer, 4-3 Carter maj. Ring, 18-5 King maj. dec. Garner, 13-3 Guenot dec. Yetzer, 3-1 Clemsen maj. dec. over Hoare, 13-3 Shunamon maj. dec. over Ludlow, 10-2 Hennis dec. over Milone, 7-4 Bloomsburg 42 Millersville 6 Feb. 1, 2003 125: 133: 141: 149: 157: 165: 174: 184: 197: Hwt: BU BU MU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU Collins forfeit Bunting Haupt maj. dec. Roberts, 14-5 Witmer WBF English, 1:16 Forbes maj. dec. Blanchard, 10-1 Carter WTF Ebersole, 23-4, 6:48 Garner WBF Rugg, 4:54 Guenot maj. dec. Yeager, 9-1 Hoare maj. dec. Knock, 12-3 Ludlow dec. Schaaf, 10-4 Milone WBF Kelley, 2:03 125: 133: 141: 149: 157: 165: 174: 184: 197: Hwt: Lock Haven 29 Bloomsburg 12 Feb. 14, 2003 LH LH LH LH BU LH BU BU LH LH Collins maj. dec. Collins, 11-2 Owens maj. dec. Haupt, 10-2 Maney WBF Piermattei, 2:14 LaValle dec. Forbes, 7-5 Carter WBF Marquart, 3:20 Gilligan dec. Garner, 6-3 Guenot dec. Haines, 6-2 Hoare dec. Greenberg, 9-6 Horner WBF Ludlow, 0:56 Itterly dec. Milone, 5-3 Ohio University 24 Bloomsburg 10 Feb. 1, 2003 125: 133: 141: 149: 157: 165: 174: 184: 197: Hwt: BU OU OU OU BU OU BU OU OU OU Collins dec. Daviaux, 8-2 Carrizales maj. dec. Haupt, 13-2 Spires dec. Piermattei, 10-9 Percival maj. dec. Forbes, 13-2 Carter maj. dec. Cooper, 14-5 Moore maj. dec. Garner, 13-5 Guenot dec. Willis, 2-1, 2OT Shrout dec. Hoare, 7-3 Weimer dec. Ludlow, 6-5 Jones dec. Milone, 7-2 125: 133: 141: 149: 157: 165: 174: 184: 197: Hwt: Bloomsburg 23 East Stroudsburg 15 Feb. 21, 2003 ES BU ES ES BU BU BU BU BU ES Koszyk forfeit Haupt WBF Smith, 0:50 Smith dec. Piermattei, 5-3 Kleckner dec. Forbes, 7-1 Carter maj. dec. Smith, 10-2 Garner dec. Mihalko, 12-7 Guenot maj. dec. Carr, 10-2 Hoare dec. Smith, 10-8 Ludlow dec. Foster, 6-2 Pahira dec. Spirelli, 7-3 Rutgers 21 Bloomsburg 13 Feb. 26, 2003 125: 133: 141: 149: 157: 165: 174: 184: 197: Hwt: 17 R BU R R BU R BU R R R Sehar dec. Collins, 9-4 Haupt dec. Smigelsky, 4-3 TB Rodriquez dec. Piermattei, 5-2 Austin (RU) dec. Forbes, 3-2 2OT Carter (BU) maj. dec. Zannetti, 15-6 Khan (RU) dec. Garner, 10-6 Guenot (BU) forfeit Medini (RU) dec. Hoare, 9-3 Foscolo (RU) dec. Ludlow, 7-2 Sabatino (RU) dec. Spirelli, 3-1 2OT Cleveland State 37 Bloomsburg 7 Feb. 2, 2003 125: 133: 141: 149: 157: 165: 174: 184: 197: Hwt: CS CS CS CS BU CS BU CS CS CS Mansuetto WTF Collins, 18-3 Mansuetto won by forfeit Theodore dec. Piermattei 5-1 Coleman dec. Forbes 6-2 Carter maj. dec. Ging 15-7 Effner dec. Garner, 8-3 Guenot dec. Howard, 5-2 Harris maj. Dec. Hoare, 18-5 Miocic dec. Ludlow, 15-0 Davie WBF Milone, time n/a 2002-03 Results/Over the Years vs. Millersville at Tri-Valley HS ...................................................................................... w, 20-12 vs. Army at Tr-Valley HS ................................................................................................. L, 22-16 at Univ. of Oklahoma Classic at Brockport, NY ................................................................... 6th PRINCETON ....................................................................................................................... W, 39-3 FINDLAY ............................................................................................................................. W, 33-7 at Pittsburgh * ................................................................................................................. W, 20-13 at Penn State Open ........................................................................................... no team scoring at Beast of the East Tourn. at Newark, DE .............................................................. 5th, 83 pts WEST VIRGINIA * ............................................................................................................. L, 34-0 at Clarion * ........................................................................................................................ L, 18-18 VIRGINIA TECH .............................................................................................................. W, 25-14 at PSAC Championships at Millersville .................................................................................. 3rd at Cleveland State * ........................................................................................................... L, 35-7 EDINBORO * .................................................................................................................... L, 27-10 LOCK HAVEN ................................................................................................................... L, 29-12 at East Stroudsburg ......................................................................................................... W, 23-15 RUTGERS .......................................................................................................................... L, 21-13 at EWL Championships ............................................................................................... 8th, 44 pts * EWL Match Overall Record: 8-8, 2-5 Eastern Wrestling League ALL-TIME DUAL-MEET RECORD Year 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 Record 3-0 1-3 1-4 No team 1-6 5-3 6-3 5-2 9-1 10-1 11-1 10-1 13-0 10-3 12-0-1 10-1-1 10-5 Year 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 Record 8-4-1 11-3-1 11-5 12-8 no team 7-8 16-3 11-3-1 9-8-1 11-4 11-3 16-2-1 11-3 11-6 13-4 6-7 14-4 15-5 Year 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 T 8 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 Pct. .702 .801 .483 .647 .167 .142 .071 .500 Record 12-5 12-7 12-5-1 13-7 17-7 15-2-1 8-6-3 10-5 8-9 4-15 5-9 8-7 8-7 7-6-1 8-3-1 9-5 1-13 8-8 ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Coach Coaching Years Total W L Roger Sanders (1972-93) 21 250 104 Russ Houk (1957-72) 15 143 34 Tom Martucci (1993-2000 ) 8 57 61 Walter Blair (1955-57) 2 11 6 Kenneth Karner (1936-39) 3 2 10 Jack Yohe (1954-55) 1 1 6 Dave Kennedy (2001-02) 1 1 13 Dan Wirnsberger (2002-pres) 1 8 8 18 2002-03 Individual Results Name -Weight Jim Bertulis George Carter-157 Robert Chalet-HWT Ryan Chulada-174 Michael Collins-125 William English-141 Brad Forbes-149 Ryan Garner-165 Hunter Guenot-174 Justin Haupt-141 Brock Hite-125 Chad Hoare-184 Andy Ludlow-197 Tony Milone-HWT Mark Piermattei-141 Lewis Polley-HWT Tim Rice-197 Pat Spirelli-HWT Justin Thomas-125 Ivan Usztics-125 Jacob Warner-149 Duals 14-1 0-1 1-0 4-6 0-1 4-11 7-8 15-1 5-7 4-1 10-5 4-11 4-7 3-11 1-1 0-1 0-2 2-3 Tourn. 1-1 18-3 1-2 1-10 3-8 1-3 10-7 10-11 22-4 9-10 3-4 11-10 4-5 3-6 2-10 3-4 0-4 2-7 3-4 2-2 3-4 Overall 1-1 32-6 1-3 2-10 7-14 1-4 14-18 17-19 34-6 14-17 7-5 21-15 8-16 7-13 5-21 4-5 0-5 2-9 3-4 2-2 5-7 Pin 0-1 8-0 0-2 2-0 0-1 5-1 5-1 6-0 1-0 0-1 1-3 1-4 1-5 0-1 2-1 Tech. 2-0 1-0 1-2 1-2 3-0 2-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-2 1-0 Major 15-1 1-1 0-5 0-1 2-5 0-5 5-0 3-3 2-0 4-5 3-3 1-1 1-5 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 Ryan Garner Won 17 Matches for the Huskies in 2002-03 19 NCAA Division I All-Americans Floyd Hitchcock * NCAA Champion 177 lbs. 1974 Ricky Bonomo* NCAA Champion 118 lbs. 1985, 86, 87 Don Reese * NCAA 2nd 134 lbs. 1982 Bob Hall * NCAA 5th 167 lbs. 1963 Bill Robb NCAA 6th 130 lbs. 1964 Richard Scorese NCAA 6th 137 lbs. 1964 Ron Russo * NCAA 6th, 4th 150 lbs. 1968,69 Randy Watts NCAA 6th 150 lbs. 1975 Dom DiGioacchino NCAA 5th 167 lbs. 1979 Tony Caravella NCAA 8th,4th 150 lbs. 1980 Rocky Bonomo* NCAA 8th, 4th 150 lbs. 1986,87 Dave Morgan * NCAA 3rd, 6th 150 lbs. 1988,89 Brad Rozanski NCAA 8th 134 lbs. 1992 Chad Bailey NCAA 7th 150 lbs. 1994 Pete Rinella NCAA 8th 118 lbs. 1994 * Bloomsburg University Hall of Fame Member 20 The Eastern Wrestling League Since the league was formed in 1976, Bloomsburg has enjoyed much success in the Eastern Wrestling League, both teamwise and individually. The Huskies won the team championship in 1981 and 1993 and have never placed lower than sixth. Individually, Bloomsburg wrestlers have claimed 34 titles. The EWL will send 37 representatives to the NCAA Division I Tournament in 2003. League members include Bloomsburg, Clarion, Cleveland State, Edinboro, Lock Haven, Pittsburgh, Virginia Tech and West Virginia. Bloomsburg wrestlers hold three of the four fastest EWL tournament fall times. Heavyweight Mel Sharp holds the record with an 18-second fall in 1979, while Al McCollum recorded a fall at 36 seconds in 1981. In 1977, Leszek Radon pinned an opponent in 39 seconds. 2003 BLOOMSBURG PLACE WINNERS Weight 157 165 141 184 Name George Carter Hunter Guenot Mark Piermattei Chad Hoare Place 1st 3rd 6th 6th Place 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 2003 TEAM FINISH Team Edinboro West Virginia Cleveland St. Lock Haven Pittsburgh Clarion Virginia Tech BLOOMSBURG Points 129.5 123.5 80.5 75.5 75.0 63.5 44.5 44.0 ALL-TIME EWL CHAMPIONS Year 1977 1978 1979 1980 Name Chris Poff Dom DiGioacchino Don Reese Dom DiGioacchino Don Reese Tony Caravella Dom DiGioacchino Todd Cummings Ed Fiorvanti Don Reese Tom Fiorvanti Don Reese Al McCollum Joe Wade Rocky Bonomo Ricky Bonomo Rocky Bonomo Darrin Evans Weight 150 177 126 167 126 150 167 118 126 134 150 134 142 190 126 118 126 177 21 Year 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1993 1994 Name Ricky Bonomo Ricky Bonomo Rocky Bonomo Dave Morgan Dave Morgan Dave Kennedy Scott Brown Brad Rozanski Chad Bailey Randy Reidler Chad Bailey Tyrone Howard Pete Rinella Brad Rozanski Brett Tullo George Carter Ed Hockenberry George Carter Weight 118 118 126 150 150 126 177 126 150 126 150 190 118 126 126 149 157 157 1981 1982 1995 1996 2000 2001 2003 1984 1985 The Eastern Wrestling League 2003 EWL TOURNAMENT PLACE WINNERS 125 Pounds 1.Rocco Mansueto ............ Cleveland St. 2.Jacob Gray ............................ Edinboro 3.Seth Lise .......................... West Virginia 4.Peter Derstine ......................... Clarion 5.Jordon Sianni ..................... Pittsburgh 6.Jim Collins ........................ Lock Haven 133 Pounds 1.Shawn Bunch ....................... Edinboro 2.Phil Mansueto ................ Cleveland St. 3.Rad Martinez ........................... Clarion 4.Brandon Lauer .............. West Virginia 5.Justin Owens .................... Lock Haven 6.Mike Ciolli ........................... Pittsburgh 141 Pounds 1.Cory Ace ............................... Edinboro 2.Mike Maney ..................... Lock Haven 3.Shane Cunanan .............. West Virginia 4.Ron Tarquinio ................... Pittsburgh 5.Frank Edger ............................. Clarion 6.Mark Piermattei .............. Bloomsburg 149 Pounds 1.Billy Smith ....................... West Virginia 2.Justin Giovinco ................... Pittsburgh 3.Anthony Coleman ......... Cleveland St. 4.Ron Doppelheuer ............... Edinboro 5.Reed Carpenter ............ Virginia Tech 6.Jim Perry .................................. Clarion 157 Pounds 1.George Carter ................. Bloomsburg 2.Matt Lebe ....................... West Virginia 3.Justin Meslor ....................... Pittsburgh 4.Eric Ring ............................... Edinboro 5.Chris Slith ....................... Virginia Tech 6.Jeremy Reitz ............................. Clarion 165 Pounds 1.Matt King .............................. Edinboro 2.Tom McMath ................. West Virginia 3.Jason Gilligan ................... Lock Haven 4.Mike Cox ....................... Virginia Tech 5.Francis Iorfido ................... Pittsburgh 6.Ryan Garner .................... Bloomsburg 174 Pounds 1.Greg Jones ...................... West Virginia 2.Carl Fronhofer ................... Pittsburgh 3.Hunter Guenot ............... Bloomsburg 4.Nate Yelzer ............................ Edinboro 5.Matt Klinger ................... Cleveland St. 6.Steve Borja ..................... Virginia Tech 184 Pounds 1.Gerald Harris ................. Cleveland St. 2. Scott Justus ................... Virginia Tech 3.Alex Clemsen ........................ Edinboro 4.Mike Greenberg .............. Lock Haven 5.Ryan Wilmen .................. West Virginia 6.Chad Hoare ..................... Bloomsburg 197 Pounds 1.David Shunamon ................. Edinboro 2.Morgan Horner .............. Lock Haven 3.Eric Mausser ............................ Clarion 4.Slipe Miocic .................... Cleveland St. 5.Adrian Thompson ......... West Virginia 6.Shaun Guttridge ........... Virginia Tech Heavyweight 1.John Testa ................................ Clarion 2.Brent Miller .................... West Virginia 3.Russ Davie ....................... Cleveland St. 4.Joe Hennis ............................ Edinboro 5.Steve Itterly ...................... Lock Haven 6.Bob Kail .............................. Pittsburgh 22 The Eastern Wrestling League QUICK FACTS CLARION UNIVERSITY 2003-04 match site: Nelson Field House Nickname: Golden Eagles Colors: Blue and Gold Wrestling Contact: Rich Herman SID Phone: (814) 393-2334 SID Fax: (814) 393-2082 2002-03 Dual Meet Record: 9-8 NCAA Tournament Finish: 26st Head Coach: Ken Nellis Coach's record at School: 40-51-2, 7th yr. EDINBORO UNIVERSITY 2003-04 match site: McCComb Fieldhouse Nickname: Fighting Scots Colors: Red and White Wrestling Contact: Bob Shreve SID Phone: (814) 732-2776 ext. 234 SID Fax: (814) 732-2596 2002-03 Dual Meet Record: 10-5 NCAA Tournament Finish:24th Head Coach: Tim Flynn Coach's record at School: 63-23-1, 7th yr. UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH 2003-04 match site: Nelson Field House Nickname: Panthers Colors: Blue and Gold Wrestling Contact: Brad Cuprik SID Phone: (412) 648-1018 SID Fax: (412) 648-8248 2002-03 Dual Meet Record: 8-5 NCAA Tournament Finish: t19th Head Coach: Rande Stottlemyer Coach's record at School: 207-175-10, 25th yr. CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY 2003-04 match site: Cleveland State Nickname: Vikings Colors: Forest Green and White Wrestling Contact: Paulette Welch SID Phone: (216) 687-4818 SID Fax: (216) 523-7257 2002-03 Dual Meet Record: 13-6 NCAA Tournament Finish: 41st Head Coach: Jack Effner Coach's record at School: 38-43-3, 6th yr. LOCK HAVEN UNIVERSITY 2003-04 match site: Thomas Field House Nickname: Bald Eagles Colors: Crimson and White Wrestling Contact: Danielle Barney SID Phone: (570) 893-2350 SID Fax: (570) 893-2774 2002-03 Dual Meet Record: 12-11 NCAA Tournament Finish: 35th Head Coach: Rocky Bonomo Coach's record at School: 12-11, 2nd year VIRGINIA TECH UNIVERSITY 2003-04 match site: Cassell Coliseum Nickname: Hokies Colors: ChicagoMaroonandBurntOrange Wrestling Contact: Bryan Johnson SID Phone: (540) 231-3387 SID Fax: (540) 231-6984 2002-03 Dual Meet Record: 0-13 NCAA Tournament Finish: n/a Head Coach: Keith Mourlam Coach's record at School: 44-62-1, 7th yr. WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 2003-04 match site: Coliseum Nickname: Mountaineers Colors: Old Gold and Blue Wrestling Contact: Tim Goodenow SID Phone: (304) 293-2821 SID Fax: (304) 293-4105 2002-03 Dual Meet Record: 9-3 NCAA Tournament Finish: 17th Head Coach: Craig Turnball Coach's Record at School: 212-143-6, 25th yr. 23 The Eastern Wrestling League ALL-TIME EWL TOURNAMENT PLACEWINNERS Team Clarion Bloomsburg Penn State Pittsburgh Lock Haven West Virginia Cleveland State Edinboro 1st Place 45 35 59 26 31 25 22 20 2nd Place 42 33 38 37 39 30 21 26 3rd Place 34 43 25 43 41 31 27 17 4th Place 35 37 18 31 38 45 33 21 Total 156 148 140 137 135 131 103 84 ALL-TIME EWL DUAL-MEET RECORDS Team Penn State Edinboro Clarion Lock Haven West Virginia Bloomsburg Pittsburgh Cleveland State Virginia Tech Won 89 61 94 95 81 71 71 57 5 Lost 12 36 72 76 76 96 100 102 28 Tied 2 1 8 3 1 5 5 4 1 Pct. .873 .627 .563 .554 .515 .427 .417 .361 .161 2002-03 EWL DUAL-MEET RECORDS Team West Virginia Cleveland State Edinboro Pittsburgh Lock Haven Bloomsburg Clarion Virginia Tech Won 7 5 4 4 3 2 2 0 Lost 0 2 2 3 4 5 5 6 Overall 9-3 12-6 10-5 8-5 12-11 8-8 9-8 0-13 The Huskies All-Time Top 10 Win Club Name Don Reese Dave Morgan 3. George Carter 4. Ed Hockenberry 5. Ricky Bonomo 6. Rocky Bonomo 7. Dave Kennedy 8. Andy Fitzpatrick 9. Tony Reed 10. Tyrone Howard Todd Cummings 1. Years 1978-82 1985-89 1998-2003 1996-01 1983-87 1984-87 1986-90 1990-94 1986-90 1990-94 1979-83 24 Wins 127 127 122 121 116 110 109 101 100 95 95 Losses 22 29 24 24 12 19 28 38 35 29 47 Ties 4 6 0 0 3 0 4 1 5 2 4 Pct. .843 .802 .824 .834 .897 .853 .787 .725 .732 .761 .664 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference The Huskies have been among the top three teams at the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) championships in 18 of the last 27 years, including seven first-place finishes. Bloomsburg has never placed lower than sixth in the tournament. Individually, the Huskies have earned 95 individual championships. George Carter and Hunter Guenot both won titles during the 2003 championships. In the last PSAC championship, the Huskies finished third with 98.5 total points after placing sixth the year before last. Edinboro was the overall tournament champion with 134.5 points. Lock Haven holds the record for the most team championships in the tournaments 50-year history with 20. Bloomsburg has won 13 team titles, while Clarion has 12 team championships. Bloomsburgs conference championships were in 1959, 1960, 1962, 1963 and 1964 under coach Russ Houk and in 1979, 1980, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989 and 1990 under coach Roger Sanders. 2003 INDIVIDUAL PLACE WINNERS Weight 157 174 149 133 HWT 165 197 184 Name George Carter Hunter Guenot Brad Forbes Justin Haupt Tony Milone Ryan Garner Andy Ludlow Chad Hoare Place 1st 1st 2nd 4th 5th 5th 6th 6th 2003 TEAM STANDINGS Place 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Team EDINBORO LOCK HAVEN BLOOMSBURG CLARION SLIPPERY ROCK EAST STROUDSB MILLERSVILLE SHIPPENSBURG KUTZTOWN Points 134.5 127.5 98.5 97.5 83.5 67.5 45.0 31.5 29.5 25 All-Time PSAC Champions Year 1957 1958 1959 Name Jim Garman Jim Garman Jim Garman Dick Rimple Robert Rohm Gary Allen Tom Goranti Dale Sullivan Wayne Rider Gene Dixon Robert Rohm Gene Dixon William Garson Don Poust Bob Hall Gerald Fortney Richard Scorese Bill Paule Bob Hall William Garson Ed Taylor Bill Paule Bill Robb James Rolley Tom Vargo James Rolley Barry Sutter Tom Vargo Barry Sutter Joe Gerst Ron Russo Joe Gerst Ron Russo Arnie Thompson Jim McCue Arnie Thompson Ron Sheehan Floyd Hitchcock Floyd Hitchcock Randy Watts Randy Watts Steve Scheib Andy Cappelli Tony Caravella Andy Cappelli Tony Caravella Bucky McCollum Mike Nock Weight 123 123 123 137 157 Hwt 123 130 147 167 177 167 191 177 191 115 147 157 191 Hwt 137 157 123 130 167 130 145 191 145 152 137 152 137 152 Hwt 158 177 190 190 134 150 177 177 150 167 150 158 118 Year 1980 Name Tony Caravella Bucky McCollum Dom DiGioacchino Butch Snyder Ed Fiorvanti Don Reese Al McCollum Tom Fiorvanti Tom Gibble Joe Wade Joe Wade Ricky Bonomo Rocky Bonomo Tom Gibble Ricky Bonomo Rocky Bonomo Marty King Dan Klingerman Darrin Evans Ricky Bonomo Rocky Bonomo Ron Ippolite Dave Morgan Dave Kennedy Mark Banks Dave Kennedy Marty King Dave Morgan Dave Kennedy Tony Reed Scott Brown Tim Casey Tim Casey Andy Fitzpatrick Andy Fitzpatrick Tyrone Howard Brian Keck Tyrone Howard Pete Rinella Brad Rozanski Brett Tullo Brett Tullo George Carter Ed Hockenberry Hunter Guenot Todd Hockenbroch Ed Hockenberry George Carter Hunter Guenot Weight 150 158 167 177 126 134 142 150 167 190 Hwt 118 126 177 118 126 142 158 177 118 126 Hwt. 150 126 158 126 150 158 126 134 177 126 126 150 158 190 Hwt 190 118 126 126 126 149 157 165 197 157 157 174 1981 1982 1960 1961 1962 1963 1983 1984 1985 1986 1964 1965 1987 1988 1989 1966 1967 1968 1969 1990 1991 1992 1993 1970 1971 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1994 1995 1996 1997 2000 2001 2003 26 All-Time Series Records Name Akron Arizona State Army Appalachian State Ashland Ball State Brooklyn Poly. Institute Brigham Young Brown Bucknell Buffalo C. W. Post California (PA) Cal-Poly, SLO Central (OK) Citadel Clarion Clemson Cleveland State Cornell Cortland State Delaware State Drake Drexel Duquesne East Stroudsburg Eastern Michigan Edinboro Franklin & Marshall Findlay George Mason Georgia Georgia State Hampton Institute Hofstra Indiana (PA) Indiana Ithaca Iowa Iowa State James Madison Kutztown Lehigh Liberty Lincoln Lock Haven Louisiana State Manhattan Mankato State Mansfield W 1 1 4 8 2 1 1 2 0 9 1 2 2 0 1 1 11 2 12 1 2 1 1 2 0 35 0 6 5 1 2 1 1 1 2 23 1 1 0 0 1 14 1 1 10 18 0 1 1 17 L 0 3 4 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 3 0 2 2 0 0 20 1 9 2 0 0 0 0 3 9 1 10 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 2 7 0 0 1 0 0 36 1 0 1 3 T 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 Name Massachusetts Miami (OH) Michigan Millersville Minnesota Missouri Montana Montclair State Morgan State Navy Nebraska North Carolina State Northern Iowa Ohio Oklahoma Old Dominion Oregon State Oswego Pennsylvania Penn State Purdue Pittsburgh Princeton Rider RIT Rutgers Seton Hall Shippensburg Slippery Rock S. Ill./Edwardsville Springfield Syracuse Temple Tennessee-Chattanooga Trenton State Virginia Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Tech Wagner Waynesburg West Chester West Virginia Wilkes William & Mary Wisconsin State Wisconsin Wyoming W 2 2 1 36 0 0 1 2 3 1 1 4 2 2 1 2 3 6 0 5 2 16 3 2 8 5 1 33 17 3 1 1 2 1 3 2 1 2 2 11 11 12 4 1 1 3 2 L 0 1 0 7 5 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 3 4 2 0 1 0 2 11 0 11 0 5 0 3 0 2 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 1 5 11 1 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2003-04 Opponents in BOLD Bloomsburg Wrestling Camp Join the Bloomsburg University Coaching Staff for several outstanding wrestling camps in the summer of 2004! The Father and Son Weekends June 18-20 June 25-27 This camp is designed to bring fathers and sons together to spend quality time and learn the sport of wrestling. Learn fundamental takedowns, defense, escapes, reversals and pinning. Included is a free t-shirt and a trip to Knoebel's Amusement Park. Intensive Team Camp July 11-15Senior High Team July 18-22Junior and Senior High Team The team camp provides an awesome challenge, both mentally and physically, to wrestlers and coaches who are looking to gain the competitve edge. Imagine, 20 matches in one week's time. Teams compete in both dual matches and a scholasticstyle double elimination tournament. Each session is limited to the first 24 teams so sign up early. For more information or to request a camp brochure, call the Bloomsburg University wrestling office at 570-389-4282 or 389-3989. 28 Nelson Field House The Nelson Field House, located on Bloomsburg Universitys upper campus, serves as home for most of the universitys indoor athletic events. The facility has all the necessary ingredients as it holds a 3,000-seat arena for all home basketball and wrestling events, an indoor track, two tennis courts, an Olympic-size swimming pool and two handball/racquetball courts. The building has classrooms and offices for use by the health/physical education and athletic staffs. Nelson Field House also houses the wrestling practice room, which is a fully padded area located on the second floor. A totally equipped Nautilus room adds to the strength and conditioning area of the program, and Nelson Field House also offers a training room staffed by two full-time athletic trainers and no less than 12 student assistants. Also located in the facility is an equipment manager who handles the needs of Bloomsburgs 18 varsity athletic teams. 29

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