2012-2013 Johns Hopkins Preview

Johns Hopkins University Blue Jays (East Region)
Head Coach: Keith Norris
Years at School as head coach: 8th
Career Record at school: 43-74
Assistant Coaches: James Gillispie, Marco Priolo

Facebook Page: Johns Hopkins Wrestling

2011-2012 Dual Meet Record: 6-15
2011-2012 National Qualifiers and All-Americans: Paul Bewak (125, 7th), Paul Marcello (141), Henry Stauber (149), Matt Fusaro (157), Reid Mosquera (197, 8th)
Returning Qualifiers and All-Americans: Bewak, Marcello, Stauber, Mosquera

Top returning starters:
Paul Bewak (So. – 125) – 2012 Centennial Conference Champion, 7th NCAA
Duncan Crystal (Jr. – 141) – 19-7 at 141 last season wrestling behind Marcello
Evan Johnson (So. – 184/197) – 15-18 last season wrestling at multiple weight classes
Paul Marcello (Sr. – 141) – 3x Centennial Conference Champion, 3x NCAA qualifier
Reid Mosquera (Sr. – 197) – 2011 & 2012 Centennial Conference Champion – 8th NCAA
Henry Stauber (Jr. – 149) – 2012 Centennial Conference Champion
Ray Yagloski (Jr. – 133) – 15-7 at 133 before missing final month of the 2011-12 season with an injury

Top incoming wrestlers:
Christian Ostrowski – Three-time district runner-up and two-time first team all-county in PA
Evan Krumheuer – Two-time state qualifier in Ohio … finished 7th as a junior
Kyle Spangler – Two-time Pennsylvania state qualifier … two-time section champion
Joey Tilson – Regional place-winner in Oklahoma

Season outlook:
The Johns Hopkins wrestling team enters the 2012-13 season looking to build on the momentum of last season’s run to the Centennial Conference title. The Blue Jays grabbed five individual titles and had all 10 wrestlers score to stun league heavyweights Ursinus, Merchant Marine and Stevens at the Centennial Conference Championships. Returning conference champions Paul Bewak (125), Paul Marcello (141), Henry Stauber (149) and Reid Mosquera (197) are the headliners for head coach Keith Norris as they combined to go 83-30 last season. The Blue Jays will also benefit from the return of junior Ray Yagloski, who posted a 15-7 record at 133 and was undefeated in Centennial action before missing the final month of the season with an injury. Junior Duncan Crystal returns after posting a 19-7 record at 141, while sophomore Evan Johnson won 15 matches last season while wrestling at least three matches at every weight class from 174 – 285. He’s likely to settle into one spot this season.