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College Choices for 2019 Beast of the East Placewinners

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photo courtesy of Sam Janicki; SJanickiPhoto.com

With the 2019 Beast of the East in the books we get to find out which college’s recruits fared the best at the tournament. The Beast has been one of the elite events for regular season high school competition since its inception, so there is always plenty of talent on hand. This list only accounts for wrestlers that have signed or committed and earned places among the top eight. There are plenty of other athletes that will be competing in college that missed out on placing.

CollegeNameHigh SchoolHome StateWeightPlacementClass
Air ForceGarrett KuchanChristiansburgVirginia1325th2020
ArmyDalton HarkinsMalvern PrepPennsylvania1521st2020
ArmyTrae McDanielClevelandTennessee1268th2020
BinghamtonAlex StrashinskyBergen CatholicNew Jersey1526th2020
CampbellChris RiveraLake Highland PrepFlorida1385th2020
CampbellJustin RiveraLake Highland PrepFlorida1453rd2020
ColumbiaMatt AriuoloSaucon ValleyPennsylvania1603rd2020
CornellCole HandlovicBethlehem CatholicPennsylvania1522nd2020
CornellEthan HatcherBrecksvilleOhio2202nd2020
DrexelLuke NitcherChambersburgPennsylvania1604th2020
HarvardKenny HerrmannBethlehem CatholicPennsylvania1382nd2020
HarvardDominic MataBlair AcademyNew Jersey1702nd2020
IowaWyatt HensonWaynesburgPennsylvania1383rd2020
IowaBretli ReynaSouth DadeFlorida1454th2020
LehighManzona BryantWestern ReserveOhio1451st2020
LehighJT DavisSmyrnaDelaware1826th2020
LehighConnor HercegNazarethPennsylvania1707th2020
Lock HavenDaShawn FaberNazarethPennsylvania1458th2020
NavyAndrew CernigliaNotre DamePennsylvania1601st2020
NC StateBrock DelSignoreShenendehowaNew York1828th2021
NC StateDylan ReinertGettysburgPennsylvania1703rd2020
NebraskaJagger CondomittiNorthamptonPennsylvania1452nd2021
Old DominionKolby AllredGreat BridgeVirginia1523rd2020
PennJackson DeanCesar RodneyDelaware1456th2020
PennMax HaleDownington WestPennsylvania1956th2020
PennRyan MillerBlair AcademyNew Jersey1202nd2020
PennDante StefanelliDelbartonNew Jersey1706th2020
Penn StateRobert HowardBergen CatholicNew Jersey1266th2020
PittsburghLuca AugustineWaynesburgPennsylvania1605th2021
PittsburghMick BurnettElyriaOhio1384th2020
PrincetonPeyton CraftBlair AcademyNew Jersey1952nd2021
PrincetonNick KayalBergen CatholicNew Jersey1205th2021
PrincetonDean PetersonSt. John VianneyNew Jersey1201st2021
PurdueBen VanadiaBrecksvilleOhio1953rd2021
RiderAngel GarciaMariana BracettiPennsylvania1704th2020
RutgersKyonte HamiltonGeorgetown PrepMaryland2201st2021
RutgersConnor O’NeillDePaul CatholicNew Jersey1701st2020
RutgersJohn PoznanskiColoniaNew Jersey1821st2020
RutgersDylan ShawverElyriaOhio1263rd2020
VirginiaEvan BuchananAtleeVirginia1327th2020
VirginiaDylan CedenoBergen CatholicNew Jersey1323rd2020
Virginia TechHunter CatkaSun ValleyPennsylvania2851st2020
Virginia TechSam FisherFauquierVirginia1825th2020
Virginia TechClayton UlreyLower DauphinPennsylvania1602nd2020
Virginia TechEddie VetrescaPope John XXIIINew Jersey1262nd2020
WisconsinJoseph ZargoBergen CatholicNew Jersey1457th2020

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