Lycoming College won all six contests bouts to defeat Keystone College 56-0 in the regular season and home finale for the Giants Sunday afternoon in the Gambal Athletic Center.
The Giants also lost 48-6 to King’s College Friday night and ends their season with an 8-15 overall record.
Seth Lansberry notched a technical fall over Tunkhannock Area grad and freshman Jake Richards at the 2:39 in the 149 pound contest and, after another forfeit at 157 pounds, Lycoming notched another pin at 165 to put the match away with a 32-0 lead.
Against King’s College, the Monarchs scored three pins and two decision on their way to the victory.
Keystone freshman Thomas Pashinski notched the Giants’ lone points of the match with a pin at 157 pounds by dropping Josh Nagel at the 2:43 mark of the bout to earn the win by fall.
King’s earned three pins on the evening, including one from Tunkhannock grad and freshman Dakota Quick, who pinned Josh Rivera at the 1:56 mark in the 125 pound contest.
Richards came up short in a 6-0 decision against Tony Immediato at 149 pounds.
Keystone will next compete at the NCAA Mideast Regionals hosted by York College starting on Saturday, Feb. 25.