Olympic Sports Roundup: UVA rally comes up short in ACC title against UNC

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The Virginia field hockey team suffered a 3-2 loss against No. 1 North Carolina in the final match of the 2022 ACC Field Hockey Championships on Friday at Jack Katz Stadium in Durham, N.C.

Virginia (13-7) did not take a shot in the first half and trailed the Tar Heels 2-0 heading into the final period. The Cavaliers scored twice in the final 12:30 of the game, but an insurance goal by the Tar Heels’ Ryleigh Heck in the final four minutes of the contest proved to be the difference.


North Carolina (17-0) scored on a penalty corner ten minutes into the first quarter. They added a second penalty corner goal nine minutes into the second half to put Virginia in a 2-0 deficit.

The Cavaliers took their first shot 6:44 into the second half, a shot wide right by Laura Janssen. The Cavaliers scored on their second shot of the game. Meghen Hengerer sent a pass to the far side of the cage where Annie McDonough had an open view of the net and scored to cut the deficit to one. Heck scored with 3:03 remaining, taking a shot from the end line after getting past the Virginia defenders to put the Tar Heels back up by two. Ninety seconds later, Janssen scored on a redirect off a shot by Cato Geusgens on a penalty corner, making it a one-goal game with 1:35 remaining. Virginia pulled its goalkeeper, but the Tar Heel defense held on for the win.


  • Annie McDonough, Adele Iacobucci and Taryn Tkachuk were named to the All-Tournament Team
  • UNC outshot Virginia 18-5 and led 10-3 on penalty corners
  • Jet Trimborn made a career-high seven saves
  • Annie McDonough’s goal was her second of the tournament and third of the season
  • Laura Janssen’s goal was her team-leading 11th of the season
  • Meghen Hengerer’s assist was her third of the tournament
  • This is North Carolina’s sixth-straight ACC title. The last team to win the Championship other than the Tar Heels was Virginia in 2016
  • This is the second-straight year Virginia lost by one goal to North Carolina in the championship match


“The team fought hard to the end with the belief and desire they competed with to get us to the final. There were some world-class hockey moments today. We had several players come through when needed. Emily Fields sparked us in the third quarter today and got the attack going.  Taryn, Annie and Adele sparked us in the semi-final to win it. Solid play by Jet as she set a career high in saves. Total team defense that was fierce and relentless. I am looking forward to a good rest and the release of the brackets on Sunday. Thank you to Duke for hosting a great ACC tournament, and congratulations to UNC.”


  • The NCAA Championship Selection Show will stream tonight at 10 p.m. on NCAA.com
  • First and second-round matches will be played at four sites to be announced on Sunday evening. First-round matches will be played on Friday, Nov. 11 and second-round games on Sunday, Nov. 13
  • The NCAA semifinals and championships will be held Nov. 18-20 in Storrs, Conn.

Chervinsky, Subhash make doubles semifinals at ITA National Fall Championships

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Three members of the Virginia women’s tennis team competed at the 2022 ITA National Fall Championships, being held this week at the Barnes Tennis Center in San Diego, California. The Championships are the grand finale to the fall collegiate tennis season and feature 64 of the nation’s top collegiate singles players (32 men and 32 women) and 64 of the nation’s top collegiate doubles teams (32 men’s teams and 32 women’s teams).

Grad student Julia Adams and sophomore Elaine Chervinsky earned spots in the singles draw by virtue of being finalists at the ITA Atlantic Regional. Chervinsky and senior Natasha Subhash earned an at-large bid into the doubles draw and were the 5-8 seed, finishing as semifinalists.

Chervinsky and Subhash opened the doubles tournament with a 6-4, 6-1 victory against Maquet and Quiterio of Charlotte. They topped Anet Koskel and Zoey Weil of Minnesota 6-4, 6-1 in the Round of 16 before defeating Mary Brumfield and Selma Cadar of Maryland, 6-4, 6-4 to advance to the semifinals.  They fell 6-1, 6-2 against No. 2 seed, Fiona Crawley and Carson Tanguilig of UNC, on Saturday in the semifinals.

Chervinsky won her singles opener against Kimmi Hance of UCLA, 6-4, 6-3 and then advanced to the quarterfinals when her next opponent, the tournament’s 4-seed, Madison Sieg of USC, withdrew with an injury. She suffered a 6-2, 6-2 loss against Carol Lee of Georgia Tech in the quarterfinals.

Adams was edged 6-7 (3), 6-1, 7-5 by Carolina Gomez Alonso of Arkansas in Wednesday’s opening round. She dropped into the consolation bracket where she faced Chloe Beck of Duke on Thursday, falling 6-2, 6-2.

The tournament concludes the fall individual tennis season. Dual match play begins on Friday, Jan. 20, 2023, when the Cavaliers have a home doubleheader, hosting Richmond at noon and James Madison at 4 p.m.

32 Carolina Gomez Alonso (ARK) def. Julia Adams (VA) 6-7 (3), 6-1, 7-5
C Chloe Beck (Duke) def. Julia Adams (VA) 6-2, 6-2
32 Elaine Chervinsky (VA) def. Kimmi Hance (UCLA) 6-4, 6-3
16 Elaine Chervinsky (VA) def. Madison Sieg (USC), WO
QF Carol Lee (GT) def. Elaine Chervinsky (VA) 6-2, 6-2

32 Chervinsky/Subhash (VA) def. Maquet/Quiterio (UNCC) 6-4, 6-1
16 Chervinsky/Subhash (VA) def. Koskel/Weil (MINN) 6-4, 6-1
QF Chervinsky/Subhash (VA) def. Brumfield/Cadar (MD) 6-4, 6-4
SF Crawley/Tanguilig (UNC) def. Chervinsky/Subhash (VA) 6-1, 6-2

Virginia outlasted in dual meet at Texas

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The No. 9 Virginia men’s and No. 1 Virginia women’s swimming & diving teams fell to No. 2 Texas men’s and No. 3 Texas women’s swimming & diving teams on Saturday at the Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center.

The teams competed in a combined exhibition meet on Friday before swimming a regularly scored dual meet on Saturday.

Sophomore Gretchen Walsh highlighted the weekend as she won three individual events with three of the fastest times in the country over the two days. Walsh swam the fastest time ever recorded in the 100-yard IM (not an NCAA event) and followed that with top times on the season in the 50-yard freestyle and 100-yard freestyle.

The teams added some fun swims on Friday night, including the mixed 400-yard freestyle relay, which featured junior Matt Brownstead, junior Matt King, senior Kate Douglass and G. Walsh finishing in 2:58.50, three full seconds ahead of the field.


  • UVA won six events on Friday night and took the top two finishes in three of those events. The Cavaliers won four events on Saturday and took the top two spots in two of those.
  • Junior Alex Walsh won the 100-yard backstroke (52.10) and picked up UVA’s first event win on Saturday with a 1:56.59 in the 200-yard IM. The Cavaliers took four of the top five spots in the 200 IM.
  • G. Walsh led a trio of Cavaliers at the top of the 100 free, with junior Maxine Parker and Douglass finishing second and third, respectively.
  • Sophomore Reilly Tiltmann won the 200-yard backstroke with a time of 1:55.16, topping her previous season-high against Florida by over a second.
  • The Cavaliers finished the dual with a tie in the 200-yard freestyle relay in a time of 1:28.34. G. Walsh, freshman Carly Novelline, senior Lexi Cuomo and sophomore Reilly Tiltmann, respectively, tied with Parker, A. Walsh, freshman Zoe Skirboll and Douglass, respectively.
  • Freshman Claire Tuggle picked up her second dual meet win, finishing first in the 500-yard freestyle (4:46.27) on Friday.


  • King matched his season-best time with a 42.46 to win the 100-yard freestyle on Saturday.
  • UVA’s relay of Brownstead, King, sophomore Jack Aikins and senior August Lamb, respectively, combined for the fastest time on the season to win the 200-yard freestyle relay to close out the weekend.
  • Virginia swept the top three finishes in the men’s 200-yard breaststroke. Junior Noah Nichols won with a 1:53.74, the second fastest time in the NCAA so far this season. Sophomores Max Iida and Matt Styczen were second and third, respectively.
  • Senior Sean Conway and freshman Kamal Muhammad took two of the top three spots in the men’s 200-yard IM. Conway finished second in 1:47.15 and Muhammad was third in 1:47.31.
  • Sophomore Jack Aikins finished second in the 200-yard backstroke with a season-best 1:42.90, six seconds faster than his previous season-best. Junior Will Cole took third in 1:44.35, both recording NCAA B standards.
  • Brownstead tied for the second-fastest time in the country with a 19.29 in his 50-yard freestyle win on Friday


  • Nicholas Saunders won the platform event with a NCAA Zone score and the eight-best score in UVA history with a 314.55.
  • Sophomore Lizzy Kaye had the top finish for the Cavaliers on Saturday, placing third on the 1-meter with a 283.65.


UVA will compete at the Tennessee Invitational on November 17-19, in Knoxville, Tenn.

BC prevails in five sets as Turner posts career-best 24 kills

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For the second year in a row, Boston College knocked off Virginia on the Eagles’ homecourt in a five-set showdown, this time 25-19, 19-25, 26-24, 23-25, 15-13 from the Connell Recreation Center on Friday afternoon. The two teams were separated by just two points for the entire match with BC holding the edge, 108-106.

It only took Virginia outside hitter Grace Turner four complete sets to register a career-high 24 kills, the most by a Cavalier in a single match since 2018. Turner took 54 swings, hit .296 and registered eight digs. Middle blocker Veresia Yon notched 11 kills with no attack errors on 14 swings to hit .786, the best hitting percentage by a UVA player in a single match since 2016. Setter Gabby Easton dished out match-high 46 assists and tied for a match-high four aces.

For the match, Virginia (11-13, 3-10 ACC) hit .280, its best hitting percentage in an ACC contest since 2019.

Set 1: Boston College 25, Virginia 19
Despite out-hitting Boston College (17-10, 5-8) at the media timeout, UVA found itself trailing 15-14 after racking up five of its six total service errors in the first half of the set. The Eagles led 18-17 before embarking on their largest scoring run of the game, 5-0, to extend their lead to 23-17. Virginia broke up the BC scoring run on a block by Turner and Abby Tadder coming out of a UVA timeout, but the Eagles won two of the next three points to win the set. Turner led all UVA players with five kills on 12 swings at the end of game No. 1.

Set 2: Virginia 25, Boston College 19
Virginia looked much more refined in the second as the Cavaliers claimed four of the five total service aces in set No. 2. Turner led all players with six kills in the second. Virginia pushed out to a 12-7 lead thanks to a 4-0 run in the middle of the frame. Later, the Cavaliers secured their largest lead of the match, 22-14, which prompted a BC timeout. Coming out of the huddle, the Eagles finessed four straight points to cut the UVA lead to just four, 22-8, before the Cavaliers signaled for time. Virginia closed out the second by registering kills on three of the final four plays of the game, which began and ended with Turner’s 10th and 11th kills of the match, respectively.

Set 3: Boston College 26, Virginia 24
Coming out of the intermission, the Cavaliers dug themselves an early hole, trailing 16-8 to start the third. With the score 17-10 in favor of the Eagles, Virginia switched from a 5-1 to a 6-2, which seemed to be the catalyst in shifting momentum in Virginia’s favor for the latter half of game No. 3. After trailing 19-10 – its largest deficit of the set – UVA came roaring back to tie the frame, 21-21, with the help of a 6-0 run. Three straight UVA kills gave the Hoos set point, 24-22, but the Eagles scored four straight to claim the set, 26-24. Tadder provided a lift for the Cavaliers with three kills late in game No. 3. Once again, Turner finished the set with five kills, bringing her total to 16 terminations through three games.

Set 4: Virginia 25, Boston College 23
Virginia nabbed an early 6-3 lead after scoring on three straight kills and a block assist. The Eagles remained in striking distance the rest of the way, tying the set three times throughout. A kill from Easton gave UVA set point, 24-22, before the Eagles cut the UVA lead back to one (24-23) on the very next play. Coming out of a Virginia timeout, Turner ripped her eighth kill of the set and 24th of the match on an assist from Easton, which ultimately ricocheted off the BC backrow defender and fell to the floor.

Set 5: Boston College 15, Virginia 13
The Eagles led by as many as four points twice, including as late as 13-9 before UVA signaled for time. The two teams traded points coming out of the Virginia timeout to deliver match point for BC, 14-10. The Cavaliers claimed three straight points on kills from Yon and Tadder, who finished the match with seven kills, and an Eagles’ attack error to make the score 14-13 in favor of BC. Virginia appeared to have tied the frame, 14-14, after an Eagles’ attack landed out of bounds, but a successful challenge by Boston College head coach Jason Kennedy flipped the score and delivered BC’s third consecutive victory.


  • Grace Turner posted a career-high 24 kills on 54 swings with just eight attack errors to hit .296. Turner also added a pair of aces, eight digs and a block assist.
  • Turner’s 24 kills are the most by a Cavalier in a single match since Oct. 5, 2018, when Sarah Billiard also record 24 kills against Boston College.
  • Turner currently has 896 career kills, just four shy of No. 900.
  • Middle blocker Veresia Yon notched 11 kills with no attack errors on 14 swings to hit .786, the best hitting percentage (min. 10 TA) by a UVA player since Chino Anukwuem hit .833 with 10 kills, no errors and 12 swings against Saint Louis in 2016.
  • Setter Gabby Easton dished out match-high 46 assists and tied for a match-high four aces, marking the second four-ace performance for Easton this season.
  • With 60 kills, 23 attack errors and 132 total swings, Virginia hit .280, which is its best hitting percentage in a conference matchup since Nov. 3, 2019, when the Cavaliers hit .319 against Wake Forest.
  • Virginia finished with eight total service aces, which marks the fourth time this season the Cavaliers have aced their opponent at least eight times.
  • Out of Virginia’s 24 matches this season, 10 of them have required a fifth set. Virginia is now 6-4 in such contests.
  • With the win, the Eagles improved to 19-9 in the all-time series, which began in 1988, and extend their win streak over UVA to three consecutive matches.

The Cavaliers travel to Syracuse this afternoon. First serve from the Women’s Building is set for 1 p.m. on ACC Network Extra (ACCNX).

Five first-year Hoos clinch titles at Southeast Open

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Five freshmen members of the Virginia wrestling team grabbed titles to lead the Cavaliers in action at the Southeast Open on Saturday at the Cregger Center in Salem. Virginia had 18 members of the squad place at the event.

Kyle Montaperto (125), Garrett Grice (133), Michael Gioffre (149), Nick Sanko (157) and Nick Hamilton (165) all took first-place finishes at their weight classes in the freshman and sophomore bracket. In addition to the five champions, two other freshmen placed in the event in their bracket with Keyveon Roller (133) and Mason Stefanelli (149) taking third and fifth, respectively.

On the open side of the bracket, the Cavaliers had 11 wrestlers place in their weight classes.

Dylan Cedeno led the way with a runner-up finish at 141 pounds, while three wrestlers took third-place finishes: Marlon Yarbrough (133), Jarod Verkleeren (149) and Vic Marcelli (174). Grad transfer Neil Antrassian (184) took a fourth-place finish, while Joe Haynes (125), Denton Spencer (149) and Hadyn Danals (184) took fifth-place finishes. Spencer was competing in an unattached capacity.

Three wrestlers took sixth-place finishes: Evan Buchanan (141), Michael Battista (197) and Gabe Christenson (HWT).


“All in all it was a really solid day for us. Our first years continue to really progress. They’ve been a spark for us since arriving on Grounds and really represented well today bringing home five championships. There was a lot of good wrestling as well, but the most important thing is we now have a really solid idea of what we can work on in the wrestling room on Monday.”


Virginia will return to action next weekend with wrestlers competing at the Mountaineer Open and the Mountaineer Invitational at Appalachian State on Saturday.

Patrick McCormick
R16: McCormick dec. Aedyn Concepcion (Gardner-Webb), 6-2
QF: Nicholas Babin (Columbia) dec. McCormick, 7-2
Conso. R8-2: McCormick pinned Gio Diaz (Franklin & Marshall), 2:46
Conso. SF: Cooper Hilton (Boom Ranch) dec. McCormick, 2-1

Joe Haynes – Fifth-Place Finish
 Haynes dec. Brandan Mendoza (Tiffin), 3-2
QF: Jack Wagner (UNC) dec. Haynes, 5-1
Conso. R8-2: Haynes tech fall Josman Gamez (Newberry), 17-0 (4:20)
Conso. SF: Haynes vs. pinned Chad Bellis (App. State), 1:29
FIFTH-PLACE MATCH: Cooper Hilton (Boom Ranch) dec. Haynes, 2-1

Erik Roggie

R16: Eathan Oakley (App. State) dec. Roggie, 10-4
Conso. R8-1: Mark McGowan (Blairstown WC) pinned Roggie, 0:34

Marlon Yarbrough – Third-Place Finish
 Yarbrough major dec. Joe Manchio (NYC-RTC), 10-1
QF: Yarbrough major dec. Logan Heil (Campbell), 13-5
SF: Joey Melendez (UNC) pinned Yarbrough, 2:02
THIRD-PLACE MATCH: Yarbrough over Angelo Rini (Columbia) by medical forfeit

Evan Buchanan – Sixth-Place Finish
Buchanan major dec. Nate Cotroneo (Citadel), 8-0
QF: Collin Gerardi (VT) dec. Buchanan, 1-0
Conso. R8-2: Buchanan dec. Isaac Byers (App. State), 3-2
Conso. SF: Buchanan dec. Freddy Junko (VMI), 3-1
Fifth-Place Match: Matt Kazmir (Columbia) over Buchanan by medical forfeit 

Kyren Butler
R16: Butler over Zach Price (Gardner-Webb), injury default
QF: Lachlan McNeil (UNC) major dec. Butler, 15-3
Conso. R8-2: Butler tech fall Morgan Robinson (Roanoke College), 21-5 (5:26)
Conso. SF: Matt Kazmir (Columbia) dec. Butler, 2-1

Dylan Cedeno – Second-Place Finish
 Cedeno tech fall Morgan Robinson (Roanoke), 18-2 (3:58)
QF: Cedeno major dec. Mason Clarke, 18-5
SF: Cedeno dec. Collin Gerardi (VT), 4-2
FINAL: Tom Crook (VT) dec. Cedeno, 7-3

Jarod Verkleeren – Third-Place Finish
R32: Verkleeren pinned Charley Barry (UNC), 1:15
R16: Verkleeren pinned Dylan Mansor (Tiffin), 3:39
QF: Verkleeren dec. Danny Nini (UNC), 1-0
SF: Sam Hillegas (West Virginia) dec. Verkleeren, 3-1
THIRD-PLACE MATCH: Verkleeren dec. Jayden Scott (UNC), 8-3

Denton Spencer – Fifth-Place Finish
R16: Jayden Scott (UNC) dec. Spencer, 3-2
Conso. 16 -R2: Spencer over Connor Alexander (UNC) by medical forfeit
Conso. 8-R1: Spencer pinned Matthew Zuckerman (Tiffin), 1:41
Conso. 8-R2: Spencer dec. Danny Nini (UNC), 6-2
Conso. SF: Spencer pinned Sincere Bailey (UNC), 3:45
FIFTH-PLACE MATCH: Spencer dec. Danny Fongaro (Columbia), 8-3

Gavin Cagle
 Cesar Alvan (Columbia) dec. Cagle, 6-2
Conso. 8-R1: Clayton Ulrey (VT) dec. Cagle, 4-1

Dominic Isola
 Sonny Santiago (unaffiliated) dec. Isola, 2-1
Conso. 8-R1: Isola dec. Andrew Garr (Columbia), 3-1
Conso. 8-R2: Isola dec. Brayden Roberts (West Virginia), 2-0
Conso. SF: Clayton Ulrey dec. Isola, 11-5

Nic Sansone
 Sansone dec. Andrew Garr (Columbia), 10-5
R16: Sansone dec. Daniel Yetsick (Davidson), 7-1
QF: Caleb Dowling (West Virginia) dec. Sansone, 3-2
Conso. 8-R2: Clayton Ulrey (VT) dec. Sansone, 8-2

Rocco Contino
 Scott Joll (West Virginia) dec. Contino, 10-6
Conso. 8-R1: Contino dec. Jack McGill (Columbia), 8-3
Conso. 8-R2: Aaron Ayserov (Columbia) dec. Contino, 7-2 

Vic Marcelli – Third-Place Finish
R16: Marcelli dec. Noah Fox (Franklin & Marshall), 7-3
QF: Marcelli dec. Brett Mordecai (App. State), 4-1
SF: Clay Lautt (UNC) dec. Marcelli, 2-1
THIRD-PLACE MATCH: Marcelli over Mekhi Lewis (VT) by medical forfeit

Justin Phillips
R16: Phillips dec. Dayton Fields (Newberry), 6-3
QF: Nick Fine (Columbia) dec. Phillips, 10-3
Conso. R8-2: Kyle Mosher (Columbia) pinned Phillips, 3:49

Hudson Stewart
 Aaron Ayserov (Columbia) dec. Stewart, 9-3
Conso. R8-1: Stewart dec. Jon Hoover (VMI), 3-1
Conso. R8-2: Stewart dec. Scott Joll (West Virginia), 8-3
Conso. SF: Kyle Mosher (Columbia) dec. Stewart, 10-8

Neil Antrassian – Fourth-Place Finish
Antrassian pinned Blah Danweih (UNC), 4:50
QF: Antrassian dec. Kyle Myers (West Virginia), 8-2
SF: Anthony Carman (West Virginia) dec. Antrassian, 5-4
THIRD-PLACE MATCH: Gavin Kane (UNC) dec. Antrassian, 6-3

Hadyn Danals – Fifth-Place Finish
Gavin Kane (UNC) dec. Danals, 6-1
Conso. 8-R2: Danals tech fall Kyle Myers (West Virginia), 16-1 (2:41)
Conso. SF: Danals tech fall Zach Brown (VMI), 15-0 (2:35)
FIFTH-PLACE MATCH: Danals dec. James Conway (Franklin & Marshall), 10-6 

Robby Patrick
R16: Zach Brown (VMI) dec. Patrick, 6-0
Conso. R8-1: Patrick tech fall Desmon Mason (Newberry), 18-0 (1:39)
Conso. R8-2: Patrick dec. Dennis Robin (West Virginia), 5-1
Conso. SF: James Conway (Franklin & Marshall) dec. Patrick, 4-2

Michael Battista – Sixth-Place Finish
 Battista dec. Conor Maslanek (Campbell), 9-2
QF: John Crawford (Franklin & Marshall) dec. Battista, 3-2
Conso. 8-R2: Battista dec. Harrison Shapiro (Franklin & Marshall), 6-1
Conso. SF: Battista dec. Gavin Henry (Davidson), 8-2
FIFTH-PLACE MATCH: Tyler Mousaw (VMI) pinned Battista, 2:15

Gabe Christenson – Sixth-Place Finish
QF: Brandon Whitman (UNC) dec. Christenson, 3-1
Conso. R8-2: Christenson major dec. Chance Jackson (Newberry), 9-0
Conso. SF: Christenson dec. Luke Davis (Campbell), 7-2
FIFTH-PLACE MATCH: Daniel Conley (Columbia) dec. Christenson, 4-2

Jessie Knight
 Devon Rice (Newberr) dec. Knight, 4-3
Conso. R8-1: Knight dec. Solomon Harris (VMI), 11-9
Conso. R8-2: Daniel Conley (Columbia) major dec. Knight, 8-1

Ethan Weatherspoon
QF: Jacob Sartorio (App. State) dec. Weatherspoon, 6-5
Conso. 8-R2: Daniel Conley (Columbia) dec. Weatherspoon, 4-1


Kyle Montaperto – First-Place Finish
R16: Montaperto tech fall Colby McBride (App. State), 22-6 (4:11)
QF: Montaperto dec. Mac Caferullo (Roanoke College), 14-8
SF: Montaperto major dec. Mason Leiphart (Franklin & Marshall), 15-5
FINAL: Montaperto major dec. Caelan Riley (Citadel), 17-5

Garrett Grice – First-Place Finish
 Grice tech fall Ty Daugherty (Roanoke College), 21-5 (5:32)
R16: Grice major dec. Aiden O’Shea (Franklin & Marshall), 16-5
QF: Grice pinned Tharun Svetanant (unaffiliated), 6:58
SF: Grice major dec. Jackson Sichelstiel (Davidson), 18-5
FINAL: Grice major dec. Mark Samuel (Roanoke College), 16-5

Keyveon Roller – Third-Place Finish
 Roller dec. Ethan Shell (App. State), 6-4
R16: Roller dec. Sean Hall (Roanoke College), 10-3
QF: Roller tech fall Brandon Sauter (Franklin & Marshall), 17-0 (7:00)
SF: Mark Samuel (Roanoke College) dec. Roller, 9-8
THIRD-PLACE MATCH: Roller dec. Jackson Sichelstiel (Davidson), 3-1

Michael Gioffre  – First-Place Finish
R32: Gioffre pinned Ryan Tucker (Tiffin), 1:40
R16: Gioffre tech fall Noah Frack (Davidson), 21-6 (5:38)
QF: Gioffre dec. Dominic Rosetti (Columbia), 3-1
SF: Gioffre dec. Richard Fedalan (Columbia), 2-1
FINAL: Gioffre dec. Brayden Ivy (West Virginia), 3-2

Mason Stefanelli – Fifth-Place Finish

R16: Colin Dupill (unaffiliated) dec. Stefanelli, 4-3
Conso. R16-2: Stefanelli dec. Nolan Gessler (Tiffin), 5-0
Conso. R8-1: Stefanelli dec. Nicholas Grizzales (App. State), 10-4
Conso. R8-2: Stefanelli over Dominic Rosetti (Columbia) by medical forfeit
Conso. SF: Stefanelli dec. Hayden Watson (Citadel), 8-1
FIFTH-PLACE MATCH: Stefanelli dec. Colin Dupill (unaffiliated), 6-2

Robert Avila
 Nicholas Alvarez (Franklin & Marshall) dec. Avila, 13-9
Conso. R8-1: Avila pinned Nick Cicciarelli (West Virginia), 3:21
Conso. R8-2: 
Connor Kievman (Columbia) over Avila by injury default

Nick Sanko – First-Place Finish
R32: Sanko major dec. Nick Cicciarelli (West Virginia), 10-2
R16: Sanko dec. Andrew McDougal (Roanoke College), 9-4
QF: Sanko over Casey Barnett (Tiffin) by medical forfeit
SF: Sanko dec. Tanner Peake (Davidson), 12-5
FINAL: Sanko tech fall Thomas Snipes (Citadel), 18-3 (5:45)

Nick Hamilton – First-Place Finish
R16: Hamilton pinned Aiden Lentz (Citadel), 2:34
QF: Hamilton major dec. David Reid (Roanoke College), 14-5
SF: Hamilton major dec. Braxton Lewis (VMI), 14-5
FINAL: Hamilton dec. Ty Finn (VT), 5-2