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Callahan Wins Pair, But Wrestling Falls At Journeymen/ASICS Northeast Duals
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Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications
Release: 11/24/2012

A pair of victories during the season debut of junior Ryan Callahan was the Saturday highlight for the Princeton wrestling team, which dropped three matches against a loaded field at the Journeymen/ASICS Northeast Duals.

Callahan, who started much of his freshman season before dealing with injuries, opened his junior season on the sideline battling another injury. After missing the first two season-opening tournaments, Callahan returned to start at 174. He lost his opener to reigning All-America Jordan Blanton of fifth-ranked Illinois, but he bounced back for decisions against both Bloomsburg and Purdue.

The Tigers also got individual wins from Andrew Hirai (133), Zach Bintliff (149) and Scott Gibbons (184), but the injury-depleted squad would not have enough to mount a serious charge. After a 46-0 loss to fifth-ranked Illinois, Princeton fell 31-10 to Bloomsburg and 37-6 to No. 23 Purdue.

Already without a pair of projected starters to open the day, Princeton lost both Garrett Frey (133) and Charles Fox (285) after the Illinois match. Hirai wrestled in place of Frey at 133, but Princeton was without a replacement at the top spot and was forced to forfeit at both 197 and 285 the rest of the way.

Illinois 46, Princeton 0
125 - Jesse Delgado md. Max Rogers 20-6
133 - Daryl Thomas tf. Garrett Frey 22-7
141 - B.J. Futrell p. Nick Maselli
149 - Caleb Ervin d. Zach Bintliff 6-4
157 - Matthew Nora d. Kyle Roddy 11-6
165 - Conrad Polz md. Judson Ziegler 14-3
174 - Jordan Blanton tf. Ryan Callahan 21-2
184 - Tony Dallago md. Scott Gibbons 12-4
197 - Illinois wins by forfeit
285 - Patrick Walker p. Charles Fox

Bloomsburg 31, Princeton 10
125 - Sean Boylan (B) d. Max Rogers 4-1
133 - Andrew Hirai (P) d. Elliot Zackoski 3-0
141 - Matthew Rappo (B) tf. Nick Maselli 21-5
149 - Josh Roosa (B) d. Zach Bintliff 5-2
157 - Frank Hickman (B) md. Kyle Roddy 14-2
165 - Josh Veltre (B) md. Judson Ziegler 12-2
174 - Ryan Callahan (P) d. Kevin Hartnett 9-4
184 - Scott Gibbons (P) md. Andre Petroski 15-5
197 - Bloomsburg wins by forfeit
285 - Richard Perry (B) wins by injury default

Purdue 37, Princeton 6
125 - Camden Eppert (Pur) md. Ryan Cash 12-3
133 - Cashe Quiroga (Pur) tf. Andrew Hirai 22-6
141 - Brandon Nelson (Pur) p. Nick Maselli
149 - Zach Bintliff (Prin) d. Frankie Porras 6-3
157 - Tommy Churchard (Pur) d. Seth Hazleton 13-6
165 - Pat Robinson (Pur) md. Judson Ziegler 17-4
174 - Ryan Callahan (Prin) d. Doug Welch 3-0
184 - Patrick Kissel (Pur) d. Scott Gibbons 8-2
197 - Purdue wins by forfeit
285 - Purdue wins by forfeir

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