No. 10 EDINBORO DOWNS WVU
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (February 16, 2001) – West Virginia's wrestling team
lost to No. 10 Edinboro 38-6 in an EWL matchup at the WVU Coliseum, tonight.
West Virginia (4-8, 1-5) won just two matches on the evening, highlighted
by No. 15 Joe Carr's upset of 2000 NCAA All-American and No. 9 ranked Shaun
Shapert. Freshman Anthony Regalbuto defeated Chad Caros, 7-5 in overtime.
Carr and Regalbuto are now 18-5 and 6-5, respectively, on the season.
No. 7 Ryan Kehler lost a close match to Edinboro's Josh Pearce, 5-3.
Kehler is now 25-5 on the season.
Edinboro (11-3-1, 6-0-1) is now unbeaten in 22 straight EWL matches
(21-0-1). The Fighting Scots also wrapped up there third straight EWL
regular season dual meet championship and their sixth in the last eight years.
West Virginia closes out its dual meet season at home Sunday, February 18,
at 3:00 p.m. when they host EWL foe Cleveland State.
Edinboro 38, West Virginia 6
125 Jacob Gray (E) dec. Greg White (W), 3-0
133 Charlie Soto (E) medical forfeit over Zach Allen (W)
141 #20 Cory Ace (E) pinned Brian Floyd (141), 0:59
149 Anthony Regalbuto (W) dec. Chad Caros (E), 7-5, ot
157 #15 Joe Carr (W) dec. #9 Shaun Shapert (E), 4-2
165 Ben Boozer (E) tech. fall Orlando Ricci, (W), 17-0
174 #1 Josh Koscheck (E) pinned Jason Ward (W), 4:00
184 Justin Millard (E) dec. Jon Foster (W), 8-3
197 #12 David Shunamon (E) won by forfeit
HWT Josh Pearce (E) dec. #7 Ryan Kehler (W), 5-3
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