Supsic said, "I thought we were going to win. We had a great week of practice; I think it was the best week of practice we had all year."
But he didn't think his team brought its "A" game. "Take nothing away from Jersey Shore. They wrestled a great match. They were well-prepared."
The Braves' downfall was their inability to get the bonus points they needed, which was key.
Shikellamy got two pins, from Dwayne Pepper at 195 and Dylan Houseknecht at 120, and just the one major.
The Braves were victims of five locked-hands penalties, including one at the buzzer that cost Jesse Shambach a major decision. He led 14-6 before the penalty.
The Braves also got a big comeback win at 170 by freshman Darryl Englehardt. He got the winning takedown at the edge of the mat with seven seconds left to beat Utoah Agae-Naipo 10-9.