Four Binghamton wrestlers receive EIWA Academic Honors
March 31, 2020

 


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In order to qualify for the award, student-athletes must either have maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.2 and participated in this year's EIWA tournament, or maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and qualified for the NCAA championships through the EIWA.

Sparacio is recognized after maintaining a GPA of 3.37 in Human Development. He placed sixth at this year's EIWA tournament, including a big win over the No. 1 seeded Sal Profaci from American. The Baybylon, N.Y. native finished the season with a 21-15 overall record, including seven dual wins and also finished in second place finish at the Jonathan Kaloust Bearcat Open.

Redshirt-sophomore Swanson is recognized for posting a 3.34 GPA in Economics this semester. A native of Lynbrook, N.Y., Swanson opened Binghamton's EIWA Championships with a 7-4 decision over Harvard's Zeth Sean to kick things off for the Bearcats, and posted a record of 7-16 this season. He also picked up his first career dual victory against Lehigh on Jan. 10.

Doyle earns the award having maintained a 3.23 GPA in economics and placing sixth at this year's EIWA tournament. The Richboro, Pa. won a team high 11 dual bouts, and recorded four pins, seven majors and a tech. fall. A big pin over N.C. State's Deonte Wilson highlighted the dual season. The redshirt sophomore finished 2019-20 with a 21-14 overall record.

Redshirt sophomore Monteverdi is recognized after maintaining a 3.66 in Business Administration. He picked up a 13-5 major over American's Anthony Wokasch at EIWA Championships and added three more wins on the year, including a 2-1 record in dual meets. The Whippany, N.J. native moved up from 165 pounds to 174 pounds to close out the season.">Binghamton University wrestlers
received EIWA Academic Achievement Awards following the conclusion of the 2019-20 season. Senior Anthony Sparacio and redshirt sophomores Matt Swanson, Aidan Monteverdi and Joe Doyle were all recognized for their accomplishments off the mat.

"I'm proud of our wrestlers that have been recognized by the conference for their academic achievement," head coach Kyle Borshoff said. "Success in the classroom and on the mat is what being a student-athlete is all about."

In order to qualify for the award, student-athletes must either have maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.2 and participated in this year's EIWA tournament, or maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and qualified for the NCAA championships through the EIWA.

Sparacio is recognized after maintaining a GPA of 3.37 in Human Development. He placed sixth at this year's EIWA tournament, including a big win over the No. 1 seeded Sal Profaci from American. The Baybylon, N.Y. native finished the season with a 21-15 overall record, including seven dual wins and also finished in second place finish at the Jonathan Kaloust Bearcat Open.

Redshirt-sophomore Swanson is recognized for posting a 3.34 GPA in Economics this semester. A native of Lynbrook, N.Y., Swanson opened Binghamton's EIWA Championships with a 7-4 decision over Harvard's Zeth Sean to kick things off for the Bearcats, and posted a record of 7-16 this season. He also picked up his first career dual victory against Lehigh on Jan. 10.

Doyle earns the award having maintained a 3.23 GPA in economics and placing sixth at this year's EIWA tournament. The Richboro, Pa. won a team high 11 dual bouts, and recorded four pins, seven majors and a tech. fall. A big pin over N.C. State's Deonte Wilson highlighted the dual season. The redshirt sophomore finished 2019-20 with a 21-14 overall record.

Redshirt sophomore Monteverdi is recognized after maintaining a 3.66 in Business Administration. He picked up a 13-5 major over American's Anthony Wokasch at EIWA Championships and added three more wins on the year, including a 2-1 record in dual meets. The Whippany, N.J. native moved up from 165 pounds to 174 pounds to close out the season.





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