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Wartburg Athletics | March 14, 2015

Wartburg leads championships after Day 1

2015 DIII Wrestling Championship: Day One Recap

HERSHEY, Pa. -- Top-ranked Wartburg is in first after the second round of the NCAA Championships with 58.0 points. The Knights lead Augsburg by 1.5 points.

Kenny Martin won by a 10-7 decision against Waynesburg's Luke Lohr to extend his win streak to 17. Drew Wagenhoffer's 6-1 win against Reed VanAnrooy of Luther avanged a loss earlier in the season.

Round 2, Friday:
125: Jake Agnitsch (WB) win by 9-7 dec OT vs. Bobby Jordan (Johnson & Wales)
125: Jake Agnitsch (WB) win by 5-2 dec vs Cole Ferguson (UW-Platteville)
133: Matthew Grossmann (Wilkes) wins by fall at 6:02 vs Connor Campo (WB)
133: Connor Campo (WB) win by 7-3 dec vs Eric Harder (Pacific)
149: Kenny Martin (WB) win by 10-7 dec vs Luke Lohr (Waynesburg)
157: Reece Lefever (Wabash) won by 4-1 dec vs Drew Wagenhoffer (WB)
157: Drew Wagenhoffer (WB) win by 6-1 dec vs Reed VanAnrooy (Luther)
165: Andrew Steiert (WB) win by 4-3 dec vs Nick Velez (Ithaca)
174: Jordan Newman (UW-Whitewater) win by 9-4 dec vs Brandon Welter (WB)
184: Devin Peterson (WB) win by 12-4 maj dec vs Jonathan Deupree (Southern Maine)
197: Donnie Horner (Coe) win by 4-3 ­­dec 3 OT vs Gerard Roman (WB)
197: Gerard Roman (WB) win by 10-2 maj dec vs Jonathan Secor (Lycoming)
285: Ben Nagle (WB) win by 5-2 dec­ by vs Trevor Maresh (Alma)

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