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Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Nov 07, 2014 4:57 am

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Del Gallo, Deupree & Fagan Named USM Wrestling Captains

GORHAM, Maine – Prepping to rumble into the 2014-2015 wrestling season, the University of Southern Maine Huskies’ wrestling staff has named sophomore Daniel Del Gallo (Gardiner, Maine) and seniors Jonathan Deupree (Ozona, Fla./Countryside) and Sean Fagan (Arlington, Mass.) team captains. The Huskies, ranked ninth in the New England Wrestling Association (NEWA) Preseason Coaches Poll, open their season on the road this Sunday (12:00 p.m.) at the United States Coast Guard Academy.

With all three student-athletes earning NEWA post-season honors in 2014, Del Gallo, Deupree and Fagan are among the five Huskies’ wrestlers who enter the 2014-2015 season individually ranked by NEWA. Del Gallo and Deupree enter the season ranked second at 149 pounds and 184 pounds, respectively, while Fagan is ranked third in the 194-pound division. Junior Mike Arangio (Wakefield, Mass.) and sophomore Carl Luth (Milford, Conn./Foran) also enter the season in the preseason top five. Arangio is ranked third at 125-pounds, while Luth returns after a strong freshman campaign ranked fifth at 157-pounds.

“Dan, Jon and Sean exhibit the characteristics to succeed at a high level on the mat and in the classroom,” noted Southern Maine head coach Joe Pistone, now in his 12th season with the Huskies. “They are all very coachable student-athletes who put the time in during the off-season to prepare themselves to achieve their individual goals. As leaders, there commitment and dedication to the program provides and excellent basis for lead by example. Additionally, all three are committed to team success and are vocal in their encouragement of their teammates.”

Del Gallo’s first season with the Huskies’ was a tremendous success, culminating in a record of 20 wins against eight losses as a rookie. For his efforts, Del Gallo was named to All-NEWA honorable mention. Del Gallo narrowly missed out on all-regional honors competing in his first NCAA Division III Northeast Regional Championship, posting a 2-2 record against stout competition. Del Gallo also excelled in the classroom, posting a 4.0 grade point average while majoring in Sociology/Philosophy, to earn National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) Scholar All-American honors.

Earning All-NEWA honorable mention honors, Fagan had an outstanding junior season with a 24-10 overall record, including eight wins by fall and scoring 109 points. A 2013 all-region grappler, Fagan earned second place finishes at the Williams Invitational and Ted Reese Invitational last season. At the North Atlantic Wrestling Championship, Fagan came out on top capturing the 197-pound title.

As a junior, Deupree became just the sixth Huskies’ wrestler to advance to the NCAA Division III National Championship after winning the 184-pound title at the 2014 NCAA Division III Northeast Regional Championship. Deupree’s championship at the regional gave him an automatic berth in the national championship and put his name along side of other Husky greats who have competed at the national level: Adam Farrington (1999 and 2001), Steven Valastro (2007), Mike Morin (2008, 2009, 2010), Matt Ulrich (2010) and Billy Cole (2011). Deupree’s outstanding wrestling at the Northeast Regional earned him the honor of co-Most Outstanding Wrestler honors. Deupree finished the 2013-2014 season with a remarkable record of 29 wins and three losses, posting seven wins by fall.

The Huskies will host three home events in the first semester. Southern Maine will entertain Trinity College in a dual meet on December 6 (5:00 p.m.) and then will host its annual Ted Reese Invitational on December 7 (10:00 a.m.). The final home contest of the first semester will be a tri-match with Plymouth State and Rhode Island College on December 13 (1:00 p.m.). In the second semester, Southern Maine will be the side of the 2014 North Atlantic Wrestling Championships held at the Costello Sports Complex on February 14 (tba).
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Southern Maine Opens 2014-2015 Season With a Dual Meet Split

NEW LONDON, Conn. – Senior captain Jonathan Deupree (Ozona, Fla./Countryside) began the season with a 2-0 record to lead the University of Southern Maine Huskies’ wrestling team to a split in its season-opening tri-match at Coast Guard Sunday afternoon.

Deupree, the 2013 NCAA Division III Northeast Regional Champion at 184-pounds, won both of his matches decisively as the Huskies fell to the United States Coast Guard Academy Bears 34-10 in their opener before bouncing back to for a convincing 48-12 win over Daniel Webster College to stand at 1-1 on the season.

Despite the loss to the Coast Guard in the opener, USM had some strong matches and solid wins. Junior Mike Arangio (Wakefield, Mass.) began the season strong pinning his opponent Earl Roberts in 1:56 for his first win of the season at 125 pounds. Deupree opened his season with an 11-3 major decision against Marc Wagner. Huskies’ sophomores Daniel Del Gallo (Gardiner, Maine) and Carl Luth (Milford, Conn./Foran) each battled to narrow losses at 157 and 165 pounds respectively.

In the win over Daniel Webster, Southern Maine had five wins by fall. Deupree had the fastest pin of the day for USM putting his opponent Emilio Eldakkache to the mat in just 32 seconds. Sophomores Kevin Moore, Luth and freshmen Dan DeCarlo (Port Jervis, N.Y.) and David Goodsell (Clinton, Mass.) each accounted for the other Huskies’ pins. Earning their first intercollegiate victories, DeCarlo, wrestling at 165 pounds, pinned DWC’s Jerry Sipple in 1:53, while Goodsell topped Sal Santa Maria in 1:07 at 174 pounds.

Southern Maine returns to action on Sunday (1:00 p.m.). The Huskies’ will travel to Western New England University for a quad-meet with WNEU, Yeshiva and Springfield Tech.
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Huskies Go 3-0 at Western New England Quad Meet

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – The University of Southern Maine Huskies’ wrestling team received strong efforts from top to the bottom of their lineup en route to posting a 3-0 record at the Western New England University Quad Meet Sunday. The Western New England Golden Bears hosted Southern Maine, Yeshiva University and Springfield Technical Community College for a series of dual meets.

With the three dual meet victories, Southern Maine is now 4-1 on the season. The Huskies’ earned decisive victories in all three matches, defeating Springfield Tech 34-15, Yeshiva University 52-6 and host Western New England 25-13.

Freshman Dan DeCarlo (Port Jervis, N.Y./Port Jervis) and sophomores Daniel Del Gallo (Gardiner, Maine) and Carl Luth (Milford, Conn./Foran) highlighted a very successful day for Southern Maine with each grappler posting 3-0 records in strong fashion.

Wrestling at 149, Del Gallo started all three of the Huskies’ meets off with victories. Del Gallo pinned Springfield Tech’s Abbas Tamaradze in 4:00 and earned a 19-3 technical fall over Abraham Aaron Siegel of Yeshiva University. In his final bout of the day, Del Gallo continued to put the Huskies’ in the right position earned a 7-2 win over WNEU’s Sean McAllister.

Luth, competing at 157 pounds, earned a pair of wins by technical fall and a decision. Luth dominated his Springfield Tech opponent, Anthony Brooks, earning a 16-0 win, before a crushing 17-2 win over Yeshiva’s Michael Gabay. Luth continued to score big points, working his way to a 21-16 victory over WNEU’s Cenzo Cariddi.

DeCarlo won all three of his matches by fall in a dominating day on the mat. The Huskies’ freshman pinned Springfield Tech’s Ibrigm Ibrigimov in 4:50 and then put Ezra Kapetansky to the mat in 2:27. In his final competition of the day, DeCarlo took down WNEU’s James Black in 3:20. With the three pins in today’s matches, DeCarlo now has four wins by fall this season out of a possible five matches.

Husky seniors Jonathan Deupree (Ozona, Fla./Countryside) and Sean Fagan (Arlington, Mass.) each posted 3-0 records. Deupree earned an 18-0 technical fall over Springfield Tech’s Domenic Liquori and a 6-1 decision against WNEU’s Andrew Cole while also earning a win by forfeit over Yeshiva. Fagan took a technical fall over Springfield Tech’s Muradbek Usmonov 16-2 and worked his way to a 9-3 decision against WNEU’s Brian Donovan. Fagan also picked up a win by forfeit against Yeshiva.

Southern Maine returns to action on Saturday (12:00 p.m.) at the WPI Quad Meet.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 23, 2014 6:45 am

Huskies’ Split: Defeat Norwich 23-18, Fall to WPI 33-13

Pistone Earns 100th Career Win as Head Coach

WORCESTER, Mass. – Senior Sean Fagan (Arlington, Mass. and sophomore Daniel Del Gallo (Gardiner, Maine) each posted a pair of wins to lead the University of Southern Maine Huskies in dual meet action at WPI Saturday afternoon. Southern Maine defeated Norwich University 23-18 in its first meet of the day and then dropped a 33-13 decision to WPI to close out the day.

With the split, Southern Maine stands at 5-2 in dual meet action. Norwich is 0-2 with the loss to the Huskies, while WPI earned its first dual meet win of the season over USM to stand at 1-0. Southern Maine’s 23-18 victory over Norwich marked Huskies’ head coach Joe Pistone’s 100th career victory. Pistone has been with USM since the 2003-2004 season. In his 12 seasons, Pistone has posted a career record of 100-109-2. He is the program’s all-time leader in coaching wins.

In the win over Norwich, the Huskies’ rallied to win the final two bouts of the match earning the 23-18 win. Trailing 18-15, Huskies’ senior Jonathan Deupree (Ozona, Fla./Countryside), ranked no. 1 in New England at 184 pounds, dominated Norwich’s William Burns earning a win by technical fall 18-3 (5:24) to give USM a slim 20-18 lead. With the match in the balance, Fagan battled to a narrow 2-0 decision in the final bout of the match – the 197-pound class - defeating Norwich’s Saetyre McDowell for the 23-20 victory.

Against WPI, Fagan and Del Gallo scored seven of the Huskies’ 13 points. Wrestling at 149 pounds, Del Gallo earned his second win by major decision defeating WPI’s Jack Nigro 9-1. Del Gallo had previously earned a 12-2 major decision over Norwich’s James Duncan. Fagan picked up another win by decision defeating WPI’s Ted Kostopoulos 5-3. Senior Michael Frey (Monroe, NY / Monroe-Woodbury) scored the Huskies’ other six points of the match rumbling his way to a win by fall over Logan Mendelson. Frey put Mendelson to the mat in 5:47.

Southern Maine is off until Saturday, December 6. The Huskies will host Trinity College (Conn.) in a dual meet starting at 5:00 p.m. On Sunday, the Huskies will host their annual Ted Reese Invitational beginning at 10:00 a.m.
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Southern Maine Rolls Over Trinity 42-9

GORHAM, Maine – Sophomore Daniel Del Gallo (Gardiner, Maine) and senior Sean Fagan (Arlington, Mass.) each earned wins by fall to help lead the University of Southern Maine Huskies to a dominant 42-9 win over the Trinity College (Conn.) Bantams in a wrestling dual meet Saturday evening at Hill Gymnasium.

With the win, Southern Maine improves its dual meet record to 6-2. Trinity College, competing in just its second dual match of the season, stands at 0-2.

After a series of forfeits, Southern Maine led the Bantams 12-6. Wrestling at 149 pounds, Del Gallo earned his second pin of the season putting Trinity freshman Winston Brewer (Dallas, Texas/St. Mark’s) to the mat in 4:29. With the win, Del Gallo improved his season record to 7-1. Fagan remained undefeated with his win by fall at 197 pounds, overpowering his opponent junior Taylor Hennessey (New York, N.Y./St. Andrew’s (Del.)) in 2:59 to improve to 7-0. It is Fagan’s first pin of the season.

Freshman Daniel DeCarlo (Port Jervis, N.Y.) earned a solid win wrestling up a class at 174 pounds. DeCarlo downed Trinity senior Joe Gerrish (Fairfield, N.J./Newark Academy) 2-1 in a tight battle, while sophomore Aaron Weiss (East Machias, Maine/St. Paul’s School) also scored three points for the Huskies defeating senior Varun Konanki (Newton, Mass./Loomis Chaffee (Conn.)) 7-4 at 184 pounds. DeCarlo is now 5-3 in his rookie campaign.

Southern Maine hosts its annual Ted Reese Invitational on Sunday (10:00 a.m.). Ten teams, including the University of Southern Maine, will compete in the invitational tourney in honor of Ted Reese, the founder of USM wrestling an pioneer of the sport in the State of Maine.
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Southern Maine Claims Ted Reese Invitational Championship

Del Gallo Named Most Outstanding Wrestler

GORHAM, Maine – Led by four first place finishes the University of Southern Maine Huskies scored 119 points to lead a field of nine teams and claim 2014 Ted Reese Invitational Championship Sunday afternoon at Hill Gymnasium.

Sophomore Daniel Del Gallo (Gardiner, Maine), named the tournament’s Most Outstanding, was joined by sophomore Kevin Moore (Owls Head, Maine/Mt. Blue), and seniors Sean Fagan (Arlington, Mass.) and Jonathan Deupree (Ozona, Fla./Countryside) as the Huskies’ four first place finishers. Overall 10 Southern Maine grapplers finished in the top four of their respective weight classes.

The tournament is named in honor of Ted Reese, the founder of the University of Southern Maine wrestling program – the only NCAA wrestling program in the State of Maine. Reese coached the Huskies’ for six seasons prior to handing it off to current USM head coach Joe Pistone. A pioneer of the sport in the State of Maine, Reese has helped develop wrestling programs at Camden-Rockport, Georges Valley and Bonny Eagle.

Wrestling at 149 pounds, Del Gallo was dominant in four matches to rumble his way to a first place finish. Del Gallo opened with a win by technical fall over John Clark of Maine 20-2, before posting back-to-back wins by fall over Trinity’s Cameron Driscoll and RPI’s Matthew Mawby. Del Gallo downed Driscoll in 2:35 and then quickly put Mawby to the mat 37 seconds. In the championship game, Del Gallo earned a 5-4 decision over Springfield Tech’s Abbas Tamardze.

Moore won the 141-pound bracket winning both of matches. Moore opened with a win by fall over MIT’s Trevor Romero in 6:59. In the championship, Moore fought his way to a 4-3 decision over teammate Colin Sevigny (Wells, Maine).

Co-captains Fagan and Deupree won the 197-pound and 184-pound divisions. Fagan opened his day earning back-to-back pins. Fagan pinned PSU’s Nick Pacheco in 3:19 and then pinned Lawrence Chan of MIT in 4:28 to advance to the championship. Fagan then worked his way to an 8-6 win over Plymouth State’s Cody Carrillo. With his three wins, Fagan has improved his undefeated record to 10-0.

Deupree also had a dominant effort pinning PSU’s Matt Moher in 1:31 to open the tournament, before taking a 16-2 major decision over River Robertson of UMaine. In the championship, Deupree won by decision 6-1 over PSU’s Christopher Perreault.

Junior Michael Arangio (Wakefield, Mass.), Sevigney and sophomore Carl Luth (Milford, Conn.) each earned second place finishes for USM at 125, 141 and 157 pounds respectively. Freshman Daniel DeCarlo (Port Jervis, N.Y.) placed third at 165 pounds winning three of four matches, including a pin over Springfield Tech’s Ibragim Ibragimov in 4:48 to secure third place. Freshman Zachary Stevens (Lisbon Falls, Maine/Lisbon) and sophomore Aaron Weiss (East Machias, Maine/St. Paul’s School) each placed fourth in 149 and 174 pounds respectively.

Southern Maine remains in Gorham for its next contest, hosting Plymouth State and Rhode Island College for a pair of dual meets on Saturday (1:00 p.m.).



Team Scores: 1. Southern Maine 119 2. Plymouth State 116.5 3. Springfield Tech 70.0 4. UMaine 51.0 5. Trinity 31.0 6. MIT 31.0 7. SUNY Sullivan 17.5 8. RPI 13.5 9. Daniel Webster 11.5



USM `Ted Reese` Invitational Results for Southern Maine

College 125 - Michael Arangio's place is 2nd and has scored 11.00 team points.

Quarterfinal - Michael Arangio (Southern Maine) received a bye

Semifinal - Michael Arangio (Southern Maine) won by fall over Alex Otis (Plymouth State) (Fall 1:44)

1st Place Match - Dylan Booth (SUNY Sullivan ) won by decision over Michael Arangio (Southern Maine) (Dec 9-4)



College 141 - Colin Sevigny's place is 2nd and has scored 9.00 team points.

Quarterfinal - Colin Sevigny (Southern Maine) received a bye

Semifinal - Colin Sevigny (Southern Maine) won by decision over Tristan Leek (Plymouth State) (Dec 13-12)

1st Place Match - Kevin Moore (Southern Maine) won by decision over Colin Sevigny (Southern Maine) (Dec 4-3)



College 141 - Kevin Moore's place is 1st and has scored 14.00 team points.

Quarterfinal - Kevin Moore (Southern Maine) received a bye

Semifinal - Kevin Moore (Southern Maine) won by fall over Trevor Romero (MIT) (Fall 6:59)

1st Place Match - Kevin Moore (Southern Maine) won by decision over Colin Sevigny (Southern Maine) (Dec 4-3)



College 149 - Daniel Del Gallo's place is 1st and has scored 18.50 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Daniel Del Gallo (Southern Maine) won by tech fall over John Clark (Maine-Orono) (TF 20-2)

Quarterfinal - Daniel Del Gallo (Southern Maine) won by fall over Cameron Driscoll (Trinity) (Fall 2:35)

Semifinal - Daniel Del Gallo (Southern Maine) won by fall over Matthew Mawby (Rensselaer Polytechnic) (Fall 0:37)

1st Place Match - Daniel Del Gallo (Southern Maine) won by decision over Abbas Tamaradze (Springfield Tech) (Dec 5-4)



College 149 - Zachary Stevens's place is 4th and has scored 3.50 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Zachary Stevens (Southern Maine) received a bye

Quarterfinal - Alexander Gerhold (Plymouth State) won by decision over Zachary Stevens (Southern Maine) (Dec 11-5)

Cons. Round 2 - Zachary Stevens (Southern Maine) received a bye

Cons. Round 3 - Zachary Stevens (Southern Maine) won by decision over John Clark (Maine-Orono) (Dec 7-4)

Cons. Semi - Zachary Stevens (Southern Maine) won by decision over Matthew Mawby (Rensselaer Polytechnic) (Dec 7-5)

3rd Place Match - Alexander Gerhold (Plymouth State) won by decision over Zachary Stevens (Southern Maine) (Dec 6-2)



College 149 - Matthew Wheeler's place is unknown and has scored 3.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Matthew Wheeler (Southern Maine) received a bye

Quarterfinal - Matthew Mawby (Rensselaer Polytechnic) won by fall over Matthew Wheeler (Southern Maine) (Fall 3:00)

Cons. Round 2 - Matthew Wheeler (Southern Maine) received a bye

Cons. Round 3 - Matthew Wheeler (Southern Maine) won by injury default over Cameron Driscoll (Trinity) (Inj. 1:32)

Cons. Semi - Alexander Gerhold (Plymouth State) won by fall over Matthew Wheeler (Southern Maine) (Fall 1:32)



College 157 - Carl Luth's place is 2nd and has scored 14.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Carl Luth (Southern Maine) won by tech fall over Phasathon Itthipalakorn (Maine-Orono) (TF 15-0)

Quarterfinal - Carl Luth (Southern Maine) won by tech fall over Patrick Drummond (Springfield Tech) (TF 16-0)

Semifinal - Carl Luth (Southern Maine) won by major decision over Nick Simeti (Plymouth State) (Maj 8-0)

1st Place Match - Ray Welch (Plymouth State) won by decision over Carl Luth (Southern Maine) (Dec 6-3)



College 157 - David Goodsell's place is unknown and has scored 3.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - David Goodsell (Southern Maine) received a bye

Quarterfinal - Wilson Pellot (Springfield Tech) won by fall over David Goodsell (Southern Maine) (Fall 3:52)

Cons. Round 2 - David Goodsell (Southern Maine) received a bye

Cons. Round 3 - David Goodsell (Southern Maine) won by fall over Stewart Buzzell (Maine-Orono) (Fall 4:47)

Cons. Semi - Nick Simeti (Plymouth State) won by fall over David Goodsell (Southern Maine) (Fall 2:59)



College 165 - Daniel DeCarlo's place is 3rd and has scored 11.50 team points.

Quarterfinal - Daniel DeCarlo (Southern Maine) won by fall over Johnny Grandson (SUNY Sullivan ) (Fall 4:59)

Semifinal - Moises Diaz (Plymouth State) won by fall over Daniel DeCarlo (Southern Maine) (Fall 1:03)

Cons. Semi - Daniel DeCarlo (Southern Maine) won by fall over Cooper Power (Maine-Orono) (Fall 1:35)

3rd Place Match - Daniel DeCarlo (Southern Maine) won by fall over Ibragim Ibragimov (Springfield Tech) (Fall 4:48)



College 174 - Aaron Weiss's place is 4th and has scored 4.50 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Aaron Weiss (Southern Maine) received a bye

Quarterfinal - Aaron Weiss (Southern Maine) won by decision over Justin Montgomery (Plymouth State) (Dec 9-8)

Semifinal - Jacob Powers (Maine-Orono) won by decision over Aaron Weiss (Southern Maine) (Dec 8-2)

Cons. Semi - Aaron Weiss (Southern Maine) won by decision over Trevor Wassel (Plymouth State) (Dec 7-6)

3rd Place Match - Joe Gerish (Trinity) won by medical forfeit over Aaron Weiss (Southern Maine) (MFF)



College 174 - Aaron Pierce's place is unknown and has scored 0.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Sal Santa Maria (Daniel Webster) won by fall over Aaron Pierce (Southern Maine) (Fall 2:38)

Cons. Round 1 - Aaron Pierce (Southern Maine) received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Grant Genzman (MIT) won by fall over Aaron Pierce (Southern Maine) (Fall 0:15)



College 184 - Jonathan Deupree's place is 1st and has scored 16.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Jonathan Deupree (Southern Maine) received a bye

Quarterfinal - Jonathan Deupree (Southern Maine) won by fall over Matt Moher (Plymouth State) (Fall 1:31)

Semifinal - Jonathan Deupree (Southern Maine) won by major decision over River Robertson (Maine-Orono) (Maj 16-2)

1st Place Match - Jonathan Deupree (Southern Maine) won by decision over Christopher Perreault (Plymouth State) (Dec 6-1)



College 197 - Sean Fagan's place is 1st and has scored 17.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Sean Fagan (Southern Maine) received a bye

Quarterfinal - Sean Fagan (Southern Maine) won by fall over Nick Pacheco (Plymouth State) (Fall 3:19)

Semifinal - Sean Fagan (Southern Maine) won by fall over Lawrence Chan (MIT) (Fall 4:28)

1st Place Match - Sean Fagan (Southern Maine) won by decision over Cody Carrillo (Plymouth State) (Dec 8-6)



College 197 - Steven Corio's place is unknown and has scored 0.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Steven Corio (Southern Maine) received a bye

Quarterfinal - Stuart Curtis (Rensselaer Polytechnic) won by fall over Steven Corio (Southern Maine) (Fall 2:04)

Cons. Round 2 - Steven Corio (Southern Maine) received a bye

Cons. Round 3 - Domenic Liquori (Springfield Tech) won by fall over Steven Corio (Southern Maine) (Fall 1:22)



College 197 - Sean Keough's place is unknown and has scored 0.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Cody Carrillo (Plymouth State) won by fall over Sean Keough (Southern Maine) (Fall 5:50)

Cons. Round 1 - Sean Keough (Southern Maine) received a bye

Cons. Round 2 - Zachary Ragot (Maine-Orono) won by decision over Sean Keough (Southern Maine) (Dec 5-4)



College 285 - Mike Frey's place is unknown and has scored 0.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Mike Frey (Southern Maine) received a bye

Quarterfinal - Kyle McGuire (Trinity) won by medical forfeit over Mike Frey (Southern Maine) (MFF)

Cons. Round 2 - Mike Frey (Southern Maine) received a bye

Cons. Round 3 - Jaaron Bryant (Daniel Webster) won by medical forfeit over Mike Frey (Southern Maine) (MFF)



College 285 - Thomas Arseneault's place is unknown and has scored 3.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Thomas Arseneault (Southern Maine) received a bye

Quarterfinal - Lucian Cascino (Trinity) won by decision over Thomas Arseneault (Southern Maine) (Dec 6-2)

Cons. Round 2 - Thomas Arseneault (Southern Maine) received a bye

Cons. Round 3 - Thomas Arseneault (Southern Maine) won by fall over Jonathon Cirino (SUNY Sullivan ) (Fall 1:08)

Cons. Semi - Richard Gorton (Maine-Orono) won in sudden victory - 1 over Thomas Arseneault (Southern Maine) (SV-1 3-1)

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Southern Maine’s Jonathan Deupree Ranked Third in Country at 184-Pounds

GORHAM, Maine – University of Southern Maine Huskies’ senior wrestling captain Jonathan Deupree (Ozona, Fla./Countryside), the defending NCAA Division III Northeast Regional 184-Pound Champion, is presently ranked third n the country in the latest (December 9) National Wrestling Coaches’ Association (NWCA) Division III Individual Ranking.

Deupree has helped the Huskies’ to a 6-2 start in dual meet action, is coming off of a 3-0 weekend at the Ted Reese Invitational, earning the 184-pound title and helping USM to a first place finish. So far this season, Deupree has a 9-1 record with his one loss coming at the hands of an injury default. Among his nine wins, Deupree has three wins by fall and two wins by technical fall.

Deupree is no stranger to success as he became just the sixth Husky wrestler to advance to the NCAA Division III National Championship after winning the Northeast Regional title as a junior. Along the way, Deupree posted an outstanding record of 29 wins and three losses. Deupree earned a national ranking as high as fifth in the country as a junior.

Deupree’s national ranking of third is the highest of his career and the highest achieved by a USM wrestler since two-time All-American Mike Morin was ranked first in the nation at 165 pounds in 2009.

Southern Maine remains in Gorham for its next contest, hosting Plymouth State and Rhode Island College for a pair of dual meets on Saturday (1:00 p.m.).
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Southern Maine Sweeps Bridgewater State and Western New England

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Senior captains Sean Fagan (Arlington, Mass.) and Michael Frey (Monroe, N.Y./Monroe-Woodbury) each scored key victories to help lead the University of Southern Maine Huskies to a pair of dual meet victories at the Western New England University Triangular Sunday afternoon at the Alumni Healthful Living Center Fieldhouse.

The Huskies defeated host Western New England University Golden Bears 28-24 and then rumbled their way to a 24-18 victory over the Bridgewater State University Bears. With the pair of wins, Southern Maine improves its dual meet record to 9-3.

The Huskies opened the day against WNEU and fell behind 18-0 after the first three matches. Sophomore Daniel Del Gallo (Gardiner, Maine) posted the Huskies’ first points scoring a 6-3 decision over Sean McAllister at 149 pounds starting a four-bout sweep capped by a major decision win by classmate Aaron Weiss (East Machias, Maine/St. Paul’s School). Grappling at 174-pounds, Weiss defeated WNEU’s Bryan Burnette 11-2 to score four points and pull USM even with the Golden Bears at 18-18. A forfeit at 184 pounds returned the lead to WNEU, 24-18, before Fagan scored a key 13-4 major decision win at 197 pounds defeating Brian Donovan. With Fagan’s win, USM trailed 24-22, and needed a win at 285 to claim the match. Frey delivered for the Huskies, leading Carl Newman 12-2 before Newman conceded the match due to injury for the 28-24 Huskies’ win.

In a nip-and-tuck match with Bridgewater State, Southern Maine trailed the Bears 15-13 after a pin at 174 pounds from BSU’s Ryan Cassidy. The Huskies reclaimed the lead as Weiss delivered with a pin of his own at 184 pounds, downing Bobby Gasdia in 3:35 for a 19-15 lead. With the match in the balance, Fagan posted his second win of the day in dominating fashion earning a technical fall with a resounding 15-0 win over Casey Enderlin at 197-pounds. Fagan’s win, his 12th of the season, put the match out of reach for BSU. Fagan is now 12-1 this year.

Southern Maine returns to action on Saturday (10 a.m.) at the Scott Viera Invitational at Roger Williams University.

SOUTHERN MAINE 28, WESTERN NEW ENGLAND 24
Wt. Result Score Running Score
125 Tim McLinden (WNE) won by forfeit F 6-0
133 Austin Sisco (WNE) won by forfeit F 12-0
141 Greg McCrystal (WNE) pins Kevin Moore 2:54 18-0
149 Daniel Del Gallo (USM) dec. Sean McAllister 6-3 18-3
157 Carl Luth (USM) technical fall Frankie Weir 19-4 18-8
165 Dan DeCarlo (USM) pins James Black 2:10 18-14
174 Aaron Weiss (USM) maj. dec. Bryan Burnette 11-2 18-18
184 Andrew Cole (WNE) won by forfeit F 24-18
197 Sean Fagan (USM) maj. dec. Brian Donovan 13-4 24-22
285 Michael Frey (USM) injury default Carl Newman 12-2, ID 24-28

SOUTHERN MAINE 24, BRIDGEWATER STATE 18
Wt. Result Score Running Score
125 Double forfeit --- ---
133 Brett Reed (BSU) wins by forfeit 6-0 0-6
141 Andrew Gauthier (BSU) dec. Kevin Moore 7-3 0-9
149 Daniel Del Gallo (USM) maj. dec. Matthew Jiampetti 14-4 4-9
157 Carl Luth (USM) pins Will Alfano 2:19 10-9
165 Dan DeCarlo (USM) dec. Anthony Cote 4-3 13-9
174 Ryan Cassidy (BSU) pins Matthew Wheeler 2:12 13-15
184 Aaron Weiss (USM) pins Bobby Gasdia 3:35 19-15
197 Sean Fagan (USM) tech. fall Casey Enderlin 15-0 24-15
285 Daniel Quinn (BSU) dec. Thomas Arsenault 2-0 24-18


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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 18, 2015 8:36 am

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Del Gallo Posts 4-0 Record at Wabash Duals
Southern Maine Picks Up Wins Against Ohio Northern (41-6) & Calumet (33-9)

CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. – Sophomore Daniel Del Gallo (Gardiner, Maine) wrestled his way to a perfect 4-0 mark as the University of Southern Maine Huskies placed fifth at the 34th Annual Max Servies Wrestling Duals hosted by Wabash (Ind.) College this Saturday.

Southern Maine dropped a close 25-21 match to UW-Platteville in its opener before falling to No. 4 Wabash College 40-10. The Huskies bounced back to win their final two matches downing Ohio Northern 41-6 and Calumet College 33-9. With the 2-2 record on the day, Southern Maine now holds a 12-6 record in dual meet action.

Wrestling at 157, 165 and 149, Del Gallo won all four of his bouts, opening with an 8-4 decision against UW-Platteville’s Zachary Stevens. Against Wabash, Del Gallo battled his way to a 10-2 major decision win over Patrick Parham. In his match against Ohio Northern’s Matthew Gwin, Del Gallo came out on top with a 7-2 decision before closing his day with a win by fall over Calumet’s Edmundo Llanes in 1:21 at 149 pounds helping the Huskies secure a fifth place finish.

Sophomore Carl Luth (Milford, Conn./Foran) and seniors Sean Fagan (Arlington, Mass.) and Jonathan Deupree (Ozona, Fla./Countryside) each posted 3-1 records. Luth had a pair of wins by fall picking up six points a piece after putting Ohio Northern’s Seth Meyer and Calumet’s Kevin Dix to the mat in 2:59 and 4:26 respectively.

Southern Maine returns to action at the Wabash Duals hosted by Wabash College in Indiana on Sunday (10:00 a.m.).
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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 31, 2015 7:16 pm

Southern Maine Defeats PSU, Falls to Coast Guard

WORCESTER, Mass. – Sophomores Daniel Del Gallo (Gardiner, Maine) and Carl Luth (Milford, Conn./Foran) each earned their 50th career victories helping the University of Southern Maine Huskies’ wrestling team to a split of its dual meet matches at the WPI Quad Meet in Worcester, Mass. this Saturday.

Southern Maine defeated Plymouth State 34-9 before dropping a close 27-19 match to the United State Coast Guard Academy. With the split, Southern Maine is 13-9 in dual meet action this season.

After falling behind 3-0 dropping the 125-pound bout, Southern Maine won six of the next seven bouts contested to rumble to the dominating 34-9 win over the Panthers. Del Gallo, who is ranked second in the NEWA individual rankings at 149-pounds and is one of the Huskies’ co-captains, pinned PSU’s Alexander Gerhold in 1:32 to score six of the Huskies’ 34 points. Sophomore Aaron Weiss (East Machias, Maine/St. Paul’s School) and senior captain Michael Frey (Monroe, N.Y./Monroe-Woodbury) each earned wins by fall for USM. Grappling at 174, Weiss downed Moises Diaz in 2:40, while Frey, wrestling at 285, overpowered Zack Stewart in 2:14. Huskies’ senior captain Sean Fagan (Arlington, Mass.), ranked fifth at 197 pounds by NEWA, defeated PSU’s Chris Perrault by major decision 11-2. Perrault, who is ranked third at 184-pounds by NEWA, was wrestling up a class.

Against Coast Guard, Southern Maine dropped its first three bouts to fall behind the Bears 18-0. Del Gallo earned the Huskies’ first points with a 13-3 major decision victory over Matt Viera, notching his 50th win in a Huskies’ uniform. Luth followed Del Gallo earning his 50th career win, besting Coast Guard’s Chris Sullivan by decision 6-4 while wresting at 157 pounds.

Fagan also earned a solid win for USM, defeating Joel Wyman by a 3-2 decision, while Husky freshman Thomas Arsenault (Lynnfield, Mass.) earned a 4-2 overtime win at 285-pounds, defeating Kevin Painten.

Del Gallo, a 2014 NCAA Wrestling Scholar All-American, is an outstanding 29-2 this season. He has won his last eight bouts consecutively and has 10 wins by fall. Luth, who is also a NCAA Wrestling Scholar All-American, is 19-6 this season and is riding a six-match win streak.

Southern Maine returns to action on Saturday (12:00 p.m.) at the Wesleyan Quad Meet. USM will face Wesleyan, Oneonta State and Williams College in its final three dual meets of the season.

Southern Maine 34, Plymouth State 9
Weight Result Score/Time Running Score
125 Alex Otis (PSU) Dec. Lucas Dion (USM) 6-5 0-3
133 No Contest ---- 0-3
141 Bradon Curtis (USM) Won by Forfeit ---- 6-3
149 Daniel DelGallo (USM) Pinned Alexander Gerhold (USM) 1:32 12-3
157 Carl Luth (USM) Won by Forfeit ----- 18-3
165 Clay Callahan (PSU) Pinned Matthew Wheeler (USM) 2:17 18-9
174 Aaron Weiss (USM) Pinned Moises Diaz (PSU) 2:40 24-9
184 No Contest ---- 24-9
197 Sean Fagan (USM) Major Dec. Christopher Perreault (PSU) 11-2 28-9
285 Michael Frey (USM) Pinned Zack Stewart (PSU) 2:14 34-9


Coast Guard 27, Southern Maine 19
Weight Result Score/Time Running Score
125 Dominick Summers (CGA) Won by Forfeit ----- 6-0
133 Nathaniel Giorgio (CGA) Won by Forfeit ----- 12-0
141 Benjamin Crutchfield (CGA) Pinned Brandon Curtis (USM) ----- 18-0
149 Daniel DelGallo (USM) Major Dec. Matt Vieira (CGA) 13-3 18-4
157 Carl Luth (USM) Dec. Chris Sullivan (CGA) 6-4 18-7
165 Michael Palomba (CGA) Won by Forfeit ----- 24-7
174 Dan Fiorvanti (CGA) Dec. Aaron Weiss (USM) 7-5 27-7
184 Jon Deupree (USM) Won by Forfeit ----- 27-13
197 Sean Fagan (USM) Dec. Joel Wyman (CGA) 3-2 27-16
285 Thomas Arsenault (USM) Dec. Kevin Painten (CGA) 4-2 (OT) 27-19


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