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Wartburg Athletics | January 11, 2014

Wartburg extends winning streak to 43

Wartburg Wrestling

DES MOINES -- Top-ranked Wartburg advanced to the semifinals of the NWCA National Duals with its 34-10 win against No. 19 Mount Union. The Knights will face Wisconsin-Whitewater in the semifinals on Sunday.

Complete results:
125: #3 Gilberto Camacho (WB) won by forfeit
133: Jeremy Border  (MU) wins by 14-0 maj dec vs Braxton Chiccelly
141: #6 Connor Campo (WB) wins by 5-1 dec vs Bryant Roby
149: #8 Brandon Welter (WB) wins by 5-0 dec vs. Ben Kazimir
157: Jon Garrison (MU) wins by fall (1:15) vs #4 Drew Wagenhoffer
165: #3 Cole Welter (WB) wins by 7-2 dec vs Joe Schindel
174: #1 Landon Williams (WB) wins by fall (2:00) vs Lambert Mcelrath
184: #5 Sam Upah (WB) win by 9-2 dec vs Brent Kirk
197: #5 Puna Soriano (WB) win by 12-4 maj dec vs Nick Rajcsak
285: #3 Ryan Fank (WB) win by forfeit

Notes:
- Wartburg increased its winning streak to 43 matches, which dates back to Nov. 2011.
- Williams recorded his fifth pin of the season.

Check out the NWCA website for more information on the Division III National Duals.

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