Southern Scuffle Update: UTC's Nick Soto in Round of 16

Round of 16 - 5:45 p.m. at McKenzie Arena

Wednesday, January 1, 2014 - by B.B. Branton

UTC junior Nick Soto won two matches earlier today and will wrestle in the championship round of 16 as that session starts at 5:45 p.m.

Soto defeated Austin Marsico (Army), 18-2, in the round of 64 and edged Tyler Keselring (Cental Mich.), , 4-0, in the round of 32.

Soto meets Brian Crutchmer (Oklahoma State) in the round of 16.

He is the only Moc wrestler to advance to the championship round of 16.

RESULTS: for all results go to: trackwrestling.com   click on browser and tournaments and Scuffle icon is on the left.

Afternoon Consolation Matches:

Other UTC wrestlers are competing this afternoon in consolation matches.

141- Mike Pongracz won his second round consolation match, defeating Quentin Leadbeter (Navy), 3-1.

149 - Shawn Greevy majored Nick Montgomery (Cleveland State), 13-5

157 - Michael Hooker dec. Andrew Romanchik (Unattached, Ohio),5-3

 157 - Alex Hudson dec. Nick Hall (Appalachian State), 5-2

165 - Trey Stavrum  received a bye and will wrestler during the early evening session

 UTC in 3rd Consolations

141 - Mike Pongracz (UTC) major dec. Xaviel Ramos (Duke), 12-3

149 - Shawn Greevy (UTC) dec. Gerald McInty (Air Force), 7-3

149 - Scott Sakaguchi (Oregon State) dec. Austin Sams (UTC)  

157 - Tristan Warner (Old Dominion) dec. Michael Hooker (UTC), 4-0

157 - Brandon Kingsley Minnesota) pinned Alex Hudson (UTC), 1:55

165 - Alex Elder (Oregon State) pinned Trey Stavrum (UTC), 2:11

174 - Levi Clemons (UTC) dec.  Eric Des Lauriers (Boston U.),  8-1

174 - Johnny Watson (Navy) dec. Barrett Walthall (UTC), 9-2

184 - John Lampe (UTC)  dec. Ryan Tompkins (Army), 3-2

184- Devin Hightower (Air Force) major dec. Devaunje Franklin Smith (UTC) , 9-0

Afternoon Consolation Matches 1st and 2nd Rounds:

Other UTC wrestlers are competing this afternoon in consolation matches.

141- Mike Pongracz won his second round consolation match, defeating Quentin Leadbeter (Navy), 3-1.

149 - Shawn Greevy majored Nick Montgomery (Cleveland State), 13-5

157 - Michael Hooker dec. Andrew Romanchik (Unattached, Ohio),5-3

 157 - Alex Hudson dec. Nick Hall (Appalachian State), 5-2

165 - Trey Stavrum  received a bye and will wrestler during the early evening session

174 - Levi Clemons dec.  Samson Imonode (Army), 7-1

174- Johnny Watson dec. arrett Walthall received a bye

184 -John Lampe dec. Ira Dent (UTC), 8-7

197 - Scottie Boykin tech. fall Cole Breigel (N. Colorado) 16-1

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