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Jays win heading into CC playoffs

By SAM GLASSMAN | March 15, 2012

Men's wrestling ended
their regular season on
a high note, after many
members would consider
the early part of the year to
be a disappointment. Several
key wrestlers suffered
injuries early in the season,
which played a significant
part in the team's struggle
to a 6-15 overall record.
"It all really comes down
to the conference tournament
this weekend," sophomore
Matt Fusaro said. "We
have most of those guys
back from injury, so I'm excited
to see how things turn
out on Saturday.
"Our goal since the beginning
of the season has
been to win the Centennial
Conference Tournament,"
Fusaro continued. "I am
very confident that we will
achieve that goal."
This past weekend, on
the 28th, Hopkins Men's
wrestling went 2-1, with
two convincing defeats
over Scranton and Muhlenberg
and a loss to NYU.
The Jays pinned the Royals,
45-0, and the Mules, 42-
18. NYU, however, got the
best of the Jays, 24-15.
The team hopes that
these results will be indicative
of upcoming matches,
that it can find its feet over
these last few weeks.
Men's wrestling very
much has its sight set on
the future, as this young
team moves towards the
playoffs and towards
building themselves up for
next year.
"We're looking to be
two-time conference
champions by the end of
next season," Fusaro said.

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