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2014.05.30

YAMANASHI GAKUIN REPEATS AS EAST JAPAN COLLEGIATE CHAMPS


TOKYO (May 27-29) – Yamanashi Gakuin University, led by Masakazu KAMOI and anchored by Kazakh world team member Oleg BOLTIN, rolled to a 5-2 win over Nippon Sports Sciences University to repeat as champions of the East Japan collegiate wrestling tournament.

Kamoi and Boltin went undefeated in the three-day tournament at Komazawa Gymnasium in Tokyo as YGU won its fifth overall title by also defeating Kokushikan University, 6-1, and Nihon University, 5-2, in the championship group of the 16-team first division.

Kokushikan, meanwhile, defeated NSSU for the first time since 1997 in the championship group duals and claimed their first runner-up trophy since 1998.

In the second division, Tokai University won three straight duals in the top group to earn promotion to the first division. Second-place Rikkyo lost its challenge with Tokyo Agricultural and missed out on its chance for promotion or net yar's torne.

Championship group results

Round 1 – YGU 6, Kokushikan 1; NSSU 5, Nihon 2

Round 2 – YGU 5, Nihon 2; Kokushikan 4, NSSU 3

Round 3 – YGU 5, NSSU 2; Kokushikan 6, Nihon 1

 

Group for 5th-8th rankings

5. Takushoku, 3 wins; 6. Senshu, 2-1; 7. Waseda, 1-2; 8. Toyo, 0-3

 

Group for 9th-12th

9. Meiji, 3-0; 10. Daito Bunka, 2-1; 11. Kanagawa, 1-2; 12. Aoyama Gakuin, 0-3

 

Group for 13th-16th

13. Chuo, 3-0; 14. Hosei, 2-1; 15. Tokyo Agricultural, 1-2; 16. Gunma, 0-3

 

Division Two Championship group

1. Tokai, 3-0; 2. Rikkyo, 2-1; 3. Kokusai Budo, 1-2; 4. Tokyo, 0-3

 

Group for 5th-8th

5. Keio, 3-0; 6. Boei, 2-1; 7. Tohoku Gakuin, 1-2; 8. Hachinohe Kogyo, 0-3

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