Feb. 8, 2003
Stork defeated Brian Neuman 6-4 for his 23rd consecutive win, and Aquia defeated Matt Doak 7-4 to give the Terps a 6-0 lead early. For the third consecutive match this season, Stork and Aquia were able give the Terps the upper hand by winning the opening bouts of the match.
Eric Fehnel lost a major decision 11-0 to Marc Allenmang, but three consecutive Terps wins gave them an 18-4 lead. Matt Pandullo won a 3-0 decision, Mike Lupa won a 4-1 decision, and John-Henry Zarzycki earned a forfeit as the Terps piled on 12 consecutive points.
The Terps handed the Dukes their eighth loss of the season, while the Terps won for the first time in three matches.
Maryland will be in action next Wednesday, Feb. 12th in Washington D.C. against American. The match is scheduled to start at 7 p.m.
Maryland 21, Duquesne 13 DUQ MD 184 Jake Stork (MD) dec. Brian Neuman (DUQ) 6-4 0 3 197 Sal Aquia (MD) dec. Matt Doak (DUQ) 7-4 0 6 HWT Marc Allenmang (MD) maj. dec. Eric Fehnel (MD) 11-0 4 6 125 Matt Pandullo (MD) dec. Keith Pavlekovsk (DUQ) 3-0 4 9 133 Mike Lupa (MD) dec. Dean Jacobs (Duq.) 4-1 4 12 141 John-Henry Zarzycki (MD) wins by forfeit 4 18 149 Jon Denk (DUQ) dec. Adam James (MD) 6-4 7 18 157 Jason Kiessling (MD) dec. Rob Dempsey (DUQ) 3-1 7 21 165 Bill Boeh (DUQ) dec. Sean Collins (MD) 9-3 10 21 174 Mike Himes (DUQ) dec. Patrick Cissne (MD) 14-12 13 21