Shenendehowa’s David Almaviva Makes Verbal Commitment to Binghamton University
The commitments keep coming for the Binghamton wrestling program.
After landing Canastota’s Zack Zupan and Shenendehowa’s Nick Kelley, the Bearcats picked up another of the Empire State’s top seniors over the weekend when David Almaviva gave his verbal pledge to the CAA school, according to an e-mail from his family.
Almaviva earned All-America honors this summer in freestyle at Fargo when he took eighth at 145 pounds. That performance followed a standout showing at the New York State freestyle championships where he defeated Fargo runner up Quinton Murphy, who is now a freshman at Indiana.
The Shenendehowa senior, who projects at 141 or 149 pounds, has twice made the medal stand at the New York high school state tournament, taking third at 138 pounds this season and sixth as a sophomore in 2011.
For more on Almaviva’s commitment, check back later in the week.