All-Conference Wrestling Team
Paul Bewak, Johns Hopkins, Fr, 125, Redondo Beach, CA / South
Alex Blank, Ursinus, Sr, 133, Ridgefield, CT / Ridgefield
Paul Marcello, Johns Hopkins, Jr, 141, Pembroke Pines, FL / Cardinal Gibbons
Henry Stauber, Johns Hopkins, So, 149, Waccabuc, NY / John Jay
Matt Fusaro, Johns Hopkins, So, 157, Huntington, NY / John Glenn
Joe Favia, Stevens, Jr, 165, Brick, NJ / Christian Brothers Academy
Ryan Dormann, Stevens, Jr , 174, Mickleton, NJ / Kingsway Regional
Erik Schott, Merchant Marine, Sr, 184, Alliance, OH / Marlington
Reid Mosquera, Johns Hopkins, Jr, 197, Andover, MA / Phillips Academy
Kevin Poplaski, Gettysburg, Jr, 285, North Reading, MA / St. John's Prep
Chris Donaldson, Ursinus, Fr, 125, Wilmington, DE / Salesianum School
Mike Tancredi, McDaniel, Jr, 133, Wall, NJ / Wall Township
Mike Polizzi, Stevens, Fr, 141, Montville, NJ / Montville
CJ Caserta, Stevens, So, 149, Mt. Arlington, NJ / Roxbury
David Dennis, Washington and Lee, Sr, 157, Sherman, WV / Ravenswood
Zach Thomson, Gettysburg, Fr, 165, Mechanicsburg, PA / Mechanicsburg
Jared Leon, Gettysburg, So, 174, Hillsborough, NJ / Hillsborough
Dan Manganaro, Ursinus, Fr, 184, Horseheads, NY / Horseheads
Connor McNamara, Ursinus, Sr, 197, Winchester, MA / Winchester
Bill Cornely, Ursinus, Jr, 285, Cinnaminson, NJ / Camden Catholic
Wrestler of the Year – Zach Thomson, Gettysburg, Fr., 165
Coach of the Year – Keith Norris, Johns Hopkins
- Champions at the Centennial Conference meet are named first-team All-Centennial, while runners-up receive honorable mention.
- Bewak, Marcello, Stauber and Fusaro are the first wrestlers from Johns Hopkins to win the Centennial championship at their weight class.
- Marcello is a three-time champion, winning at 133 each of the past two seasons.
- Dormann and Mosquera are repeaters from the 2011 All-Centennial first team.
- Ursinus leads the gold medal count in the 19-year history of the championship with 43, while McDaniel and Muhlenberg are tied for second with 38. Merchant Marine is third with 22, followed by Gettysburg (20), Johns Hopkins (15), Stevens (11), Swarthmore (2) and Washington and Lee (1).