Senior team captain Peyton Walsh received three awards, including the award named after Hall of Famer Ed Peery.
The Mids own a 21-6 advantage over the Scarlet Knights.
Senior team captain Peyton Walsh is one win shy of becoming the 31st different wrestler in school history to reach 30 wins in a season.
Three returning NCAA qualifiers are expected to be in the lineup for the Mids this weekend.
Thirty-one teams are competing in this year's Scuffle, including 14 ranked among the top 25.
• Keck in 2014-15 (Jr.): Put together a 12-9 record among the six tournaments in which he competed ... won five straight matches, including a 5-1 decision over Penn’s Daniel McDevitt to win the 174-pound individual title at the East Stroudsburg Open ... took sixth at the Edinboro Open.
• 2013-14 (So.): Competed in four tournaments, including the Navy Classic where he took sixth after bowing out with an injury ... turned in a 4-2 mark at the Shorty Hitchcock Open ... finished the year with a 7-8 record.
• 2012-13 (Fr.): Turned in an 8-7 record in his rookie season where he competed at four tournaments ... earned his first collegiate victory in what was his first collegiate match, a 4-2 decision over Lycoming’s Andrew Reca at the Knight Point Open ... placed fifth at the Franklin & Marshall Open after defeating Kent State’s Alex Rice.
• High School: A 2012 graduate of Shoreham-Wading River High School, Keck was a four-year wrestling letterwinner ... garnered All-State (N.Y.), all-county and all-league honors as a senior ... placed third at Super 32 Nationals in 2011 ... served as team captain his junior and senior years ... member of the National Honor Society ... a three-time New York State Scholar-Athlete.
• Personal: Son of William and Eileen Keck ... father was a standout wrestler at Hofstra ... high school teammate of All-American Harvard wrestler Steven Keith ... majoring in General Engineering.