Centennial Conference Wrestling Home Stevens 7-0 | 22-0 Ursinus 6-1 | 11-1 Gettysburg 4-3 | 10-6 Washington & Lee 4-3 | 8-7 Johns Hopkins 3-4 | 5-10 Merchant Marine 3-4 | 5-9 Muhlenberg 1-6 | 10-11 McDaniel 0-7 | 3-12
Centennial Conference Dual Results
Jan. 14 Won vs. U.S. Merchant Marine Academy 29-18 Recap Jan. 21 Won vs. Muhlenberg 35-19 | Lost vs. Ursinus 3-37 Recap Jan. 28 Won vs. McDaniel 21-13 | Lost vs. Gettysburg 15-21 Recap Feb. 4 Won vs. Johns Hopkins 27-13 | Lost vs. Stevens 14-29 Recap
*Also defeated two non-conference opponents, 39-15 over Hampden-Sydney on Jan 28 and 36-9 over Southern Virginia on Feb 3
Zach Bylykbashi was recently a guest on the W&L Sports Weekly show with Jeremy Franklin. Zach discusses the team’s recent success, his season, and excitement to compete in the upcoming post-season tournaments.
Matt Kaminer was selected as the Generals.com athlete of the week in February. Matt notched three wins (Southern Virginia University, Stevens Institute, and Johns Hopkins) over the weekend.
The Generals stand at 3-2 in conference duals, and will look to battle to finish in the top half of the Centennial Conference when they host Johns Hopkins and Stevens Institute of Technology on Saturday January 4th. Stevens will be a tough test for the Generals, as they are currently ranked #6 in the nation and are 16-0 on the season. The winner of the Hopkins-W&L match will likely secure for themselves the #4 spot in the Conference. It would be the best Conference Dual finish for W&L since 2007, when the Generals finished 5-2 and were part of a 3-way tie for 2nd place.
Washington & Lee 3-2
Johns Hopkins 3-2
Merchant Marine 3-3
Jan. 14 Won vs. U.S. Merchant Marine Academy 29-18 Recap Jan. 21 Won vs. Muhlenberg 35-19 | Lost vs. Ursinus 3-37 Recap Jan. 28 Won vs. McDaniel 21-13 | Lost vs. Gettysburg 15-21 | Won vs. Hampden-Sydney* 39-15 Recap
*Hampden-Sydney is not a Centennial Conference opponent