BUFFALO, NY – The University at Buffalo wrestling team is back on the road on Saturday to face Kent State. The Bulls are coming off a win at Old Dominion and have won five of their last seven duals.
Buffalo is coming off a hard-fought 19-12 road win at Old Dominion. The Bulls won the final three matches to secure the win.
Kent State is 6-11 in duals on the season and is coming off 24-12 loss at Ohio last Friday. The Golden Flashes are led by Andrew McNally. Kent State's 184-pounder is 25-5 on the season.
It will be the 35th meeting between the schools. Kent State leads the all-time series, 25-9. The Bulls have won the last two meetings, including a 16-15 win at Kent State last season.
Saturday's dual is scheduled to start at 1 pm. Video of the dual is available here.
Projected Matchups vs. Kent State
125: Kyle Akins (10-6) vs. Jake Ferri (11-13) or Tomas Gutierrez (10-11)
133: Derek Spann (14-2) vs. Tim Rooney (18-10)
141: #9 Bryan Lantry (7-0) vs. Cory Simpson (14-21)
149: Jason Estevez (7-8) vs. Kody Komara (16-21)
157: Alex Smythe (7-4) vs. Richard Jackson (7-17)
165: Troy Keller (8-5) vs. Isaac Bast (15-15)
174: Jake Lanning (3-10) vs. Dylan Barreiro (17-12)
184: Logan Rill (8-10) or Pete Acciardi (20-9) vs. Andrew McNalty (25-5)
197: Brett Perry (12-8) vs. Shane Mast (8-15)
285: #10 Jake Gunning (12-3) vs. Spencer Berthold (13-15)