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Bengal Bouts: Quarterfinals, 147 pounds

Tim Singler, Andrew Owens, Matt Robison, Kaitlyn Murphy, Megan Finneran, Molly Sammon and Chris Alle | Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Kieran Bulger def. Sean “The Machine” Mullen

Bulger defeated Mullen by unanimous decision as he kept quick feet and was able to avoid many punches. Mullen had a tough time landing shots against the senior because Bulger evaded well and was quick on his feet. Bulger landed a series of punches that almost knocked Mullen off of his feet. Mullen fought well against Bulger despite falling short.

Matthew Lemanski def. Scott “Rawr!” Lahr

Both sophomores came out swinging early, and there was no clear leader in the first round.
Lemanski had a strong second round, getting some strong shots in on Lahr.

In the third round, Lemanski put the finishing touches on a decisive victory. The referee stopped the match and named Lemanski the winner.

Thomas “Shake and Bake” Enzweiler def. Mike “It’s all about the Q” Quigley

Enzweiler came out swinging and never looked back. The junior almost knocked the sophomore Quigley off of his feet during the first round. Enzweiler used his long arms to his advantage by having the opportunity to land a number of shots on Quigley. Enzweiler pinned Quigley against the ropes in the second round, when the referee ended the match early and gave the victory to Enzweiler.