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Centenary LogoTeam: Centenary College
Head Coach: John Garriques
Years at School as Head Coach: 10
Career Record at Current School: 80-65-1
Assistant Coaches: Zach Huxford, Chris Burdge, Lenny Carida

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2015-2016 Dual Meet Record: 7-13

2016 NCAA Qualifiers: Joshua Sibblies (174, 6th), Etiini Udott (197)

Returning NCAA Qualifiers (any year): Sibblies and Udott

Top Returning Starters:
133 Joey Zargo (11-17 2015/2016)
141 Max Nauta (6-4 2015/2016)
141 Collin Farley (7-5 2015/2016)
149 Chris Muce (16-11 2015/2016)
165 Anthony Kubish (15-8 2015/2016)
174 Joshua Sibblies – 3x NCAA National Qualifier/All-American (31-5 2015/2016)
197 Etiini Udott- NCAA National Qualifier (20-12 2015/2016)

Top Incoming Wrestlers:
125/133 Alex Erven (Fr.) – NJSIAA Region Qualifier
125/133 Eddie Medine (So.) – NJSIAA Region Qualifier
125/133 Bobby Demeter (Fr.) – NJSIAA Region Qualifier
125/133 Dylan Luciano (Fr.) – NJSIAA District Champion/State Qualifier
125/133 Dino Cancellieri (So.) – NJSIAA County/District Champion/Region Qualifier
125/133 JP Wilder (Fr.)
149/157 Thomas Miller (Fr.) – NJSIAA Region Champion/Top 12 NJ States
149 Jeremy Nurnberger (Fr.) – NJSIAA Region Qualifier
157 Alec Donovan (So.) – NJSIAA State Champion/2 Time State Place Winner
157/165 Thomas Hinz (Fr.) – NJSIAA Region Qualifier
184 Gus Protogeropoulos (So.) – NJSIAA State Place Winner
184/197 Todd Eckert (Fr.) – NJSIAA County Champion/State Qualifier
197/285 Justin Goodman (So.)
197/285 Jerald Goodman (Fr.)
285 Danny Colabella (Fr.) – NJSIAA Region Qualifier
285 Anthony Colabella (So.) – NJSIAA Region Qualifier

Season Outlook:
After two years of rebuilding the Cyclones look to make some noise this year, with the help of a returning class, along with a tough recruiting class. These hungry newcomers look to fill in the spaces of a all ready strong team that is sporting two national qualifiers, one of them being an All-American last season. The balance of returners and new faces give the Cyclones power from 125 all the way to 285.