HOW IT HAPPENED
JWU opened the evening with a
technical fall victory at 125 lbs. when junior Jay Albis
(Fishkill, NY) posted an 18-0 win in a time of 2:37 against RIC
freshman Brandon Nunez (Rockaway, NY).
A second straight technical fall
win at 133 lbs. by JWU senior Joao Vincente (East Providence, RI)
against RIC junior Daniel Murray (Bay Shore, NY) put the
Wildcats up 10-0.
The first pin came for JWU at 141
lbs. when senior Watna Cunha (Brockton, MA) pinned sophomore
Francisco Roman (Parlin, NJ) at 2:12. The Wildcats extended
the lead to 22-0 after a win by forfeit at 149 lbs.
Sophomore Cam Altobelli
(Atkinson, NH) put JWU up 28-0 with a pin at 3:36 against RIC
freshman James Smith (Belle Mead, NJ) at 157 lbs.
Senior Tim Higginson (Flemington, NJ)
increased the Wildcats lead to 33-0 with a tech fall win at 165 lbs.
against RIC freshman Nick Gould (North
JWU's second pin came at 174 lbs.,
where junior Adrian Gonzalez (Providence, RI) pinned junior
Tim Caplan (Portland, CT) at 2:21 to make the score 39-0.
Junior Khamri Thomas (Windsor
Locks, CT) gave JWU a 14-3 major decision victory at 184 lbs.
against RIC freshman Nicholas Coppola (Wantagh, NY) for the
43-0 advantage and the Wildcats went up 49-0 after a forfeit win at
JWU wrapped up the night with its
third pin of the night at 285 lbs. by senior Jonah Aurelio
(Riverside, RI) against RIC freshman Ricky Brown (North
Kingstown, RI) to take the 55-0 victory.