Brockport's Caccamise Places First at John Summa Invitational
February 09, 2020

 


BROCKPORT, NY – The SUNY Brockport wrestling team placed fourth with 97 team points at the John Summa Invitational hosted by Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, Ohio on Saturday. Nationally-ranked No. 6 Matt Caccamise placed first in the 125 pound weight class to lead the way for the Golden Eagles.

Caccamise won via tech. fall (21-3) in the quarterfinals and added a 6-3 decision victory in the first place match over West Liberty's Corey Secrist to take home the tournament crown at 125.

Brockport's Elijah Sims placed second in the 141 pound weight class. Sims won his first three matches of the day convincingly to earn a spot in the finals. He dropped a tough 5-3 decision in the finals against Wabash's Brailen Harrington to take home second place in the tournament.

Christopher Eames placed fourth in the 174 pound division. Eames went 5-2 on the day. After dropping his first match of the day, he rattled off five straight victories to claw his way back into the third place match.

Brockport's Richard Knapp posted a third place finish in the heavyweight division for the Golden Eagles. He finished the day with a 4-1 record, including two pins. He won his first two matches of the day via fall before losing to West Liberty's Chase Logan in the semifinals. Knapp went on to win his consolation semifinal match and then bested Isaiah McWilliams by the score of 12-6 in the third place match.

Michael Fronczak placed fifth in the 149 pound weight class to earn 12.5 team points for Brockport. Fronczak finished the day with a 4-2 record and earned a convincing win in the fifth place match as he pinned Alfred State's Anthony Miraglia in 3:40.

Austin Reed placed fourth in the 149 pound weight class. He posted a 3-2 record on the day. He headed into the third place match with a 3-1 record before losing a 10-4 decision against West Liberty's Jacob Simpson.

Brockport returns to the mat on Friday when the Golden Eagles travel to Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport, PA to participate in the Penn Tech Dual at 6 p.m.





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