EIWA Championship Pre-Seeds Are Out

Championship tournament weekend keeps chugging along. The EIWA pre-seeds were just released, which you can find below. You can watch every round of the tournament live on FloWrestling and follow along with instantly updated brackets and results on FloArena. 

EIWA wrestlers earned 47 NCAA Tournament Automatic Qualifying spots (AQs). That includes the spot originally earned by Navy's Corey Wilding. Jared Prince, who it appears will be starting for the Midshipmen, also met the AQ threshold, and so the bid stays with the conference at 149 pounds. 

EIWA Championships

Date: March 3-4 | Time: 10 AM CT | Where: Hempstead, NY
Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE


125 Pounds (1 AQ)

1
Darian Cruz
Lehigh
2
Trey Chalifoux
Army West Point
3
Gage Curry
American
4
Zack Fuentes
Drexel
5
Joe Nelson
Binghamton
6
Noah Baughman
Cornell
6
Nolan Hellickson
Harvard
8
Aslan Kilic
Navy
9
Matteo DeVincenzo
Princeton
10
Trey Keeley
Brown


133 Pounds (3 AQs)

1
Austin DeSanto
Drexel
2
Scott Parker
Lehigh
3
Josh Terao
American
4
Chaz Tucker
Cornell
5
Lane Peters
Army West Point
6
Gianni Ghione
Pennsylvania
7
Cody Trybus
Navy
8
Jacob Nicholson
Binghamton
9
Hunter Kosco
Brown
10
Ryan Friedman
Harvard
11
Chris Scorese
Columbia


141 Pounds (4 AQs)

1
Yianni Diakomilhalis
Cornell
2
Tyler Smith
Bucknell
3
Luke Karam
Lehigh
4
Nicholas Gil
Navy
5
AJ Jaffe
Harvard
6
Joe Russ
Binghamton
7
Kizhan Clarke
American
8
Austin Harry
Army West Point
9
Pat D'Arcy
Princeton
10
Brett Kulp
Franklin & Marshall
11
Julian Flores
Drexel


149 Pounds (4 AQs)

1
Matthew Kolodzik
Princeton
2
Will Koll
Cornell
3
Cortlandt Schuyler
Lehigh
4
Jared Prince
Navy
5
Michael Sprague
American
6
Hunter Ladnier
Harvard
7
Trevor Elfvin
Drexel
8
Jacob Macalolooy
Columbia
8
Joe Oliva
Pennsylvania
10
Frank Garcia
Binghamton


157 Pounds (6 AQs)

1
Mike D'Angelo
Princeton
2
Markus Scheidel
Columbia
3
Justin Staudenmayer
Brown
4
Fredy Stroker
Cornell
5
Garett Hammond
Drexel
5
Ian Brown
Lehigh
7
Zack Davis
Navy
8
Lucas Weiland
Army West Point
9
Eric Hong
American
10
Joe Velliquette
Pennsylvania
10
Paul Klee
Sacred Heart
12
Tristan Rifanburg
Binghamton


165 Pounds (6 AQs)

1
Jon Jay Chavez
Cornell
2
May Bethea
Pennsylvania
3
Jonathan Schleifer
Princeton
4
Gordon Wolf
Lehigh
5
Drew Daniels
Navy
6
Vincent DePrez
Binghamton
7
Andrew Mendel
Army West Point
8
Ebed Jerrell
Drexel
9
DJ Hollingshead
Bucknell
10
Tyler Tarsi
Harvard
11
Jon Viruet
Brown


174 Pounds (5 AQs)

1
Jordan Kutler
Lehigh
2
Jadaen Bernstein
Navy
3
Ben Harvey
Army West Point
4
Brandon Womack
Cornell
5
Tyrel White
Columbia
6
Josef Johnson
Harvard
7
Sage Heller
Hofstra
8
Anthony Lombardo
Binghamton
9
Austin Rose
Drexel
10
Nick Stephani
Bucknell
11
Josh Young
Franklin & Marshall


184 Pounds (7 AQs)

1
Max Dean
Cornell
2
Ryan Preisch
Lehigh
3
Steve Schneider
Binghamton
4
Alex DeCiantis
Drexel
5
Christian LaFragola
Brown
6
Michael Coleman
Navy
7
Joe Heyob
Pennsylvania
8
Drew Phipps
Bucknell
9
Noah Stewart
Army West Point
10
Kanon Dean
Harvard
11
Kevin Parker
Princeton


197 Pounds (6 AQs)

1
Ben Darmstadt
Cornell
2
Patrick Brucki
Princeton
3
Frank Mattiace
Pennsylvania
4
Chris Weiler
Lehigh
5
Jeric Kasunic
American
6
Stephen Loiseau
Drexel
7
Rocco Caywood
Army West Point
8
Steban Cervantes
Navy
9
Nezar Haddad
Hofstra
10
Tucker Ziegler
Brown


285 Pounds (5 AQs)

1
Mike Hughes
Hofstra
2
Jordan Wood
Lehigh
3
Garrett Ryan
Columbia
4
Jeramy Sweany
Cornell
5
Brett Dempsey
American
6
Antonio Pelusi
Franklin & Marshall
7
Ian Butterbrodt
Brown
7
Christian Araneo
Princeton
9
Tyler Hall
Pennsylvania
10
Andrew Piehl
Navy
11
Robert Heald
Army West Point

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