2013-2014 Johns Hopkins Preview

Johns Hopkins University Blue Jays
Head Coach:
 Keith Norris
Years at School as head coach:
 9th Season
Career Record at school:
Assistant Coaches:

 James Gillispie, Marco Priolo

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2012-2013 Dual Meet Record:
2012-2013 National Qualifiers and All-Americans:
 Paul Bewak (125), Paul Marcello (2nd, 141)
Returning Qualifiers and All-Americans:
Paul Bewak (Jr.) – 125 (2x qualifier • 7th place in 2012)
Henry Stauber (Sr.) – 149 (2012 qualifier)
Reid Mosquera (Sr.) – 197 (8th Place in 2012 – 2x qualifier) – Missed 2012-13 season. Hoping to return in January, 2014

Top returning starters:
Paul Bewak (Jr. – 125) – 2012 & 2013 Centennial Conference Champion, 7th place at NCAA Championships (2012)
Ray Yagloski (Sr. – 133) – 3rd place at 2013 Centennial Championships, 4th place at 2013 NCAA East Regional
Duncan Crystal (Sr. – 141/149) – 2013 Centennial Conference runner-up at 149
Henry Stauber (Sr. – 149) – 2012 Centennial Conference Champion, 6th place at 2013 NCAA East Regional
Christian Salera (Jr. – 157) – 2nd place at 2013 Centennial Championships
Christian Ostrowski (So. – 165) – 2013 Centennial Conference Champion
Kyle Spangler (So. – 184) – 2nd place at 2013 Centennial Championships, 4th place at 2013 NCAA East Regional
Evan Johnson (Jr. – 184/197) – 31-41 over the last two seasons

Top incoming wrestlers:
Ellis Flannery 285 22-9 as a senior • Two-time Regional Qualifier
Alex McLaughlin 141/149 Two-time National Prep qualifier • Two-time state qualifier
Sam Sands 141 Two-time conference champion and state qualifier • National prep qualifier

Season outlook:
Johns Hopkins returns a veteran lineup that will bring a lot of experience to bear in 2013-2014. This team has finished first or second at the Centennial Championships each of the past three seasons. Even though the team graduated its only All-American from last year in runner-up Paul Marcello, 2012 All-American and 2013 qualifier Paul Bewak remains, as does 2012 qualifier Henry Stauber. 2012 All-American at 197 Reid Mosquera missed all of last season with an injury, but he hopes to return by the second half of this year to give the Blue Jays a trio of former NCAA qualifiers to go along with Kyle Spangler and Ray Yagloski who both finished one place away from from going to the NCAA Championships last March. The team should again be able to challenge for the conference championship.