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Kosman wins two matches in his collegiate debut at Maryland

PRINCETON, N.J., November 4 – Maryland freshman Jarod Kosman won a pair of matches in his collegiate debut at the Princeton Open Sunday at Princeton University.

Wrestling at 125 pounds, Kosman beat Rider’s Sean Foley in the first round, 12-5 and followed that up with a pin of Christian Deehan from The College of New Jersey in 2:53. Kosman lost in the quarterfinals to Rider’s Jonathan Tropea, 10-5 and was pinned in 33 seconds in the consolation round by Hofstra’s Dylan Ryder.

Sacred Heart also opened their season at the Princeton Open with senior Gerard Daly (141) of Port Jervis, N.Y. leading the Pioneers with a 2-2 record in the tournament.

Junior Mason Rambarose (149, Portland), sophomore Shaun Williams (149, Danbury) and freshman Will Bianchi (133, Prospect/Chase Collegiate) each wrestled in the tournament but dropped their two respective matches.

Connecticut Wrestling Online has been covering the sport of wrestling in Connecticut and New England since 2001.

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