Wartburg is in third after the second session at Division III National Tournament

By Katie Jo Kuhens, Wartburg Sports Information

Kyle Briggs (Wartburg) won by decision over Ben Sarasin (Chicago) (Dec 9-5)

ROANOKE, Va.--  Wartburg is in third after the second session at the NCAA National Championships with 36.5 points. The Knights have three advance in Championship bracket, and one is alive in wrestlebacks.

Second Session
125: #3 Brady Kyner (WB) win by 8-4 dec vs. #8 Jordan Burkholder (Muskingum)
125: Ferdinand Mase (Ithaca) win by 8-2 dec vs. #3 Brady Kyner (WB)
141: #6 Brady Fritz (WB) win by 11-3 dec vs. Tommy Stokes (Wilkes)
141: #6 Brady Fritz (WB) win by 7-6 dec vs. #1 Troy Stanich (Stevens)
149: #5 Brett Kaliner (Stevens) win by 11-2 maj dec vs. #6 Kris Rumph (WB)
149: #10 Luke Hernandez (Mount Union) win by fall at 4:26 vs. #6 Kris Rumph (WB)
157: #1 Cross Cannone (WB) win by 9-4 dec vs. #8 Grant Zamin (UW-LaCrosse)
174: #3 Kyle Briggs (WB) win by 9-5 dec vs. #9 Ben Sarasin (Chicago)
285: Bowen Wileman (WB) win by 7-5 dec vs. #2 James Bethel (SUNY-Oneonta)
-Cannone becomes a three-time All-American.
-Fritz, Briggs and Wileman become All-Americans.
-Cannone moves his overall winning streak to 63, which dates back to the 2017 National Championship title bout.
-Cannone leads the team in wins (29).
-Cannone remains undefeated on the year (29-0).
-Cannone has 116 career victories, which is tied for 14th on the career leader list.
-Briggs moved his winning streak to 12.
-Wileman earned his 25th win of the season.
-Wileman also moved the string of consecutive years of Wartburg having All-Americans at 285 to 21