The Bald Eagles (18-1, 4-0) won eight of ten matches, including four in a row to seal the victory.
Juniors Joe Carr and Ryan Kehler provided the only scoring on the evening for the Mountaineers (4-5, 1-3). Carr, a Lexington, Ky., native pinned Lock Haven's Jason Gilligan at 1:28 in the first period to give the Mountaineers their only lead of the night at 6-0. The pin was Carr's second of the season. He is now 16-4 on the year, is 9-0 in dual meet action and leads the team with 38 dual meet team points.
Kehler won his 23rd victory of the season by way of a forfeit. The native of Klingerstown, Pa., is just three victories shy of being tied for second on WVU's all-time heavyweight seasonal wins list.
The Mountaineers are back in action, Friday, February 9, at 7:30 p.m., when the play host to Ohio at the WVU Coliseum.
No. 14 Lock Haven 33, West Virginia 12
157 #12 Joe Carr (W) pinned Jason Gilligan (L), 1:28
165 Brian Olenek (L) medical forfeit over Tom McMath (W)
174 Dave Surovec (L) dec. Jason Ward (W), 7-5
184 Josh Millard (L) dec. Jon Foster (W), 7-6
197 #19 Avery Zerkle (L) dec. Martius Harding (W), 3-2
HWT #7 Ryan Kehler (W) won by forfeit
125 #13 Trap McCormack (L) tech fall (Greg White), 21-4, 6:22
133 #12 Scott Bair (L) dec. Brian Floyd (W), 9-5
141 #15 Mike Maney (L) won by forfeit
149 #9 Jamarr Billman (L) maj. dec. Anthony Regalbuto (W), 15-7