Riley Shaw at 285 took third and Mike Kostandaras, wrestling unattached, placed fourth at 133. Shaw defeated nationally ranked Matt Tourdot of Old Dominion 14-6 to finish third. All of his wins came by bonus points. His only loss was to Jake Henderson of Old Dominion in an extremely close double overtime match. 285 was an especially tough bracket with four nationally ranked wrestlers competing. Jacob Aiken-Phillips of Cornell ranked top 20 by Intermat failed to even win a match. Mike Kostandaras earned his first tournament placing as a true freshman. He won four matches and lost twice to veteran Mike Hayes of Old Dominion.
Additionally, Latrell Davis at 157, Matt Donohoe at 165, and Xavier Dye at 184 finished in the top 6. For Davis and Dye, it was their first outing of the season. Donohoe followed up his top 6 finish at the Clarion Open with another five win tournament. He is now the first Viking wrestler to reach ten wins on the young season. He also pinned the Clarion Open champ, Ryan Preisch of Lehigh, in the wrestlebacks. RJ LaBeef at 149 wrestling unattached finished in the top 8 in a very tough weight class. Chris Brown wrestling unattached at 125 had a solid tournament as well losing only to the third and fourth place finishers. Amon Willis (285), Ray Stone (197), Kanez Omar (197), Chas Busz (149), Jayce Carr (141), Alfredo Gray (133), and Bobby Vedda (125) all had wins on the day as well.