Wayne State College 66 v University of North Florida 0       Longwood University 24 v Bridgewater College 12       Longwood University 21 v Hampden-Sydney College 12       University of Notre Dame 26 v University of Pittsburgh 24       Wayne State College 20 v Marion Military Institute 33       University of Notre Dame 13 v University of Michigan 42       Wayne State College 19 v The Apprentice School 28       University of Notre Dame 27 v University of Wisconsin - Madison 23       Wayne State College 42 v University of Maryland / Baltimore County 20       Wayne State College 51 v University of Toledo 6       

Team Press Releases

Title Times Three

11/18/2010 -
PRESCOTT, Ariz. --- California Baptist University cleaned house at the 2010 Embry-Riddle Collegiate Wrestling Championships Saturday, claiming three titles and posting seven placers.

Matthew Galton at 125, Dylan Cataline at 141 and Caleb Gerl at 197 all won their respective weight classes.

Anthony Meza (197) finished second, Bronson Gerl (157) and Chris Santana (149) were third, and Kenneth Tribble (174) finished sixth to round out the Lancers' placers.

"This was a good tournament, and we showed really well," said CBU Head Coach John Petty. "The guys wrestled great, and I'm really pleased with our progress. They have put in a lot of work in the weight room working with our new strength coach, and we're seeing the results start to pay off. We're consistently getting better."

Galton won the 125 weight class by defeating Josh Sandoval of Arizona State-Unattached, 5-2, in the finals. Cataline defeated Peter Hoang of Titan Wrestling Club, 6-3, and Gerl scored an 11-2 major decision over his teammate Meza.

The six Lancer placers combined to go an impressive15-5.
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NCWA Season Preview

10/26/2005
NCWA Season Preview 10/26/2005 Jim Heath/NCWA Sports Information Director Heading into the ninth year of National Collegiate Wrestling Association action, a few questions loom for the 2005-06 campaign: Can someone step up and stop Central Florida from a “three-peat”? Will the Appr....