January 29, 2011

W&L Wrestling Falls to Hopkins, 45-3

BALTIMORE, Md. – The Washington and Lee wrestling team dropped a 45-3 decision to Centennial Conference-foe Johns Hopkins on Saturday afternoon.

The Generals (1-7, 0-5) lost five matches by forfeit, contesting only the 141-pound, 149-pound, 157-pound, 165-pound and 174-pound weight classes.

Junior Sam Campbell (Winnetka, Ill./New Trier) was the lone W&L wrestler to score a victory on the day, defeating Hugh Barham Bahe by a score of 6-0 at 149 pounds.

The win improved the Blue Jays to 6-9 overall and 3-1 in the Centennial Conference.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday as it travels to Allentown, Pa., to participate in the Muhlenberg Duals against the host Mules and Ursinus.

-- GENERALS --

Johns Hopkins 45, Washington and Lee 3  
125 – Ray Yagloski (J) win by forfeit (6-0)
133 – Adam Stevens (J) win by forfeit (12-0)
141 – Henry Stauber (J) def. Eric Fessel (W), 12-5 (15-0)
149 – Sam Campbell (W) def. Hugh Barham Bahe (J), 6-0 (15-3)
157 – Rocky Barilla (J) def. H.T. Kotchinian (W), 5-0 (18-3)
165 – Matt Fusaro (J) def. Brian Ross (W), 18-2 (23-3)
174 – Eric Levenseller (J) def. Daniel Igel (W), 13-5 (27-3)
184 – Robbie Nedbor-Gross (J) win by forfeit (33-3)
197 – Patrick Stanley (J) win by forfeit (39-3)
285 – Rick Danilkowicz (J) win by forfeit (45-3)