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    Rutgers 19 American 15

    Good win by Rutgers despite Mason and Russo taking it on the chin. Cocozzo looked real good, had the first TD and rode Fittery well in the 3rd.

    125: #29 Joseph Langel (Rutgers) dec. Nick Arujau 7-4
    133: #57 Mike Demarco Rutgers over #35 Kevin Tao (American) dec. 7-5
    141: #22 Matthew Mariacher (American) dec. #27 Trevor Melde 3-1
    149: #7 Ganbayar Sanjaa (American) dec. #12 Mario Mason 2-0
    157: #2 Steve Fittery (American) dec. #9 Daryl Cocozzo 6-3 Coco had the 1st TD at :10
    165: #10 Scott Winston (Rutgers) dec. #32 Patrick Graham 4-1
    174: #19 Alex Caruso (Rutgers) dec. #66 Tanner Shaffer 14-5 MD
    184: #19 Dan Rinaldi (Rutgers) decj. #65 Thomas Barreiro by Fall
    197: #22 Daniel Mitchell (American) dec. #39 Michael Wagner 6-1
    285: #4 Ryan Flores (American) dec. #7 Dominick Russo 9-2 Russo didn't show anything, Flores dominated with 2 TD and 2 NF in the 1st.
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    I didn't know they ranked all the way down to 66.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold View Post
    I didn't know they ranked all the way down to 66.
    Those are the resident SHP rankings.
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    I was about to say that same thing, after #30 aren't you just kind of on the bottom half of D1?
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    Kevin Tao's ranking was 35, and Mike Demarco's was 57. (both were at 133 pounds) That was the only matchup that qualified as an upset, although had Arujau been ranked, that would have qualified as well.

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    so if you're #66 guy basically that's saying "There could be two NCAA tournaments for our weight and I wouldn't be invited to either of them"
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    so if you're #66 guy basically that's saying "There could be two NCAA tournaments for our weight and I wouldn't be invited to either of them"
    Hahahahaha!!!!!!!

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    I still don't get why they pulled Arujau's redshirt so late in the season. Though clearly tough, doesn't look like an instant AA contender. Why pull him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gantry View Post
    I still don't get why they pulled Arujau's redshirt so late in the season. Though clearly tough, doesn't look like an instant AA contender. Why pull him?
    Umm, because he's from New York. Duh. Limarty already informed us that he's a potential finalist this year.
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