CLEVELAND – Sophomore Keyveon Roller took sixth place at 133 pounds on Saturday (Dec. 9) to lead three members of the Virginia wrestling team in competition at the Cleveland State Open.

Roller went 4-2 on the day, posting three victories by major decision, on the way to the sixth-place finish. His two losses came to wrestlers from Michigan and Missouri.

Also competing for the Hoos were transfer Sammie Hayes (125), who was in action for the first time as a Cavalier, and junior Gavin Cagle (157). Cagle was competing in his second tournament of the season.

Sammie Hayes
R32: No. 29 Ethan Berginc (Army) pinned Hayes, 4:43
R16-2: Jordan Rodriguez (Lake Erie) dec. Hayes, 12-5 

Keyveon Roller
Dylan Ragusin (Michigan) major dec. Roller, 20-11
Conso. R16-2:
Roller dec. Dyson Dunham (VMI), 9-6
Conso. R8-1: Roller major dec. Jacob Brenneman (Edinboro), 14-6
Conso. R8-2: Roller major dec. Andrew Austin (Central Michigan), 14-6
Conso. R4: Roller major dec. Brendan Hamilton (Lake Erie), 12-2
FIFTH-PLACE MATCH: Eric Lovelace (Missouri) major dec. Roller, 9-1 

Gavin Cagle
R16: Cagle dec. Matthew Leehan (unattached), 6-1
QF: Nate Lukez (Army) dec. Cagle, 8-1
Conso. R8-2: Carson Miller (Pittsburgh) major dec. Cagle, 11-1