UPDATE: Notre Dame, Wartburg, Grand View, Clackamas, King win NWCA National Duals title

By Jason Bryant, NWCA | Jan. 09, 2016, 6:32 p.m. (ET)
Photo from the Clackamas CC vs. Northeastern Oklahoma A&M courtesy of the 2016 NWCA Multi-Divisional Nationa Duals/Sara Levin

Fort Wayne, Indiana – It was a familiar scenario for all five teams that claimed championships at the United Wrestling Group NWCA Multi-Divisional National Duals presented by the Marine Corps in honor of Cliff Keen.

Notre Dame College, Wartburg, Grand View, Clackamas and King each returned to the top spot in their respective divisions as competition concluded on Saturday night at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Wartburg ran the table for the sixth straight year as the Knights topped Wabash 28-12 for the Division III National Duals title. Wartburg lost four bouts the entire weekend. While Wabash only won three bouts in the final, one of them was significant as Devin Broukal defeated returning Division III champion Kenny Martin at 149 pounds.

Grand View collected its fifth straight title in the NAIA division, topping Indiana Tech 33-15 in the finals. Like Wartburg, the Vikings performed exceptionally, dropping just five individual bouts on the weekend.

Grand View 184-pounder Michael Pixley earned three falls in his four bouts. He defeated Indiana Tech All-American L.J. Grayson 7-1 in the championship final.

On the women’s side, King University claimed its third straight championship in the Women’s Collegiate Wrestling Association portion of the event. The Tornado defeated rival Oklahoma City 27-19 in the final.

With Oklahoma City leading 14-13 with four bouts to go, King picked up a pair of tech falls and a pin from Hanna Jewell at 143, Jessi Kee at 155 and Forrest Molinari at 170 to clinch the championship.

The biggest nail-biter came in the NJCAA Division as Clackamas won its fourth title in the past five years and third in a row with a 19-18 criteria victory over upstart Ellsworth.

As the dual finished tied with each team winning five individual bouts, the second criteria was also tied, with both teams scoring one six-point victory. The third criteria, most individual match points was also tied, leaving the fourth criteria -- total near fall points scored only from decisions, major decisions and technical falls – as the deciding factor.

In Division II, Notre Dame College won its second championship with a 21-15 win over St. Cloud State. Notre Dame won six of the 10 bouts, but upended a pair of top-ranked wrestlers in the process. At 125 pounds, Jacob Goodwin beat defending Division II champion Tim Prescott 6-5 and at 165 pounds, Juwon Edmond topped No. 1 Clint Poster 6-4 in sudden victory. Three-time Division II champion Joey Davis remained unbeaten in his college career, collecting an 8-3 win at 184 pounds for Notre Dame.

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NWCA MULTI-DIVISIONAL NATIONAL DUALS
At Fort Wayne, Ind., January 8

NCAA Div. II
Championship Dual – Notre Dame 21, St. Cloud State 15

125 - Jacob Goodwin (Notre Dame) over Tim Prescott (St. Cloud State) Dec 6-5
133 - Jarred Oftedahl (St. Cloud State) over David Bavery (Notre Dame) Dec 5-1
141 - Cobey Fehr (Notre Dame) over Matt Nelson (St. Cloud State) Fall 3:57
149 - Jay Hildreth (St. Cloud State) over Isaac Dulgarian (Notre Dame) Dec 12-8
157 - Jonatan Rivera (Notre Dame) over Larry Bomstad (St. Cloud State) Dec 11-5
165 - Juwan Edmond (Notre Dame) over Clint Poster (St. Cloud State) SV-1 6-4
174 - Clayton Jennissen (St. Cloud State) over Roberto Rivera (Notre Dame) Dec 4-3
184 - Joey Davis (Notre Dame) over Uthman Rabiu (St. Cloud State) Dec 8-3
197 - Garrett Lineberger (Notre Dame) over VJ Giulio (St. Cloud State) Dec 8-2
285 - Austin Goergen (St. Cloud State) by forfeit

3rd – Pitt-Johnstown 19, Maryville 18
5th – Upper Iowa 21, Nebraska-Kearney 20
7th – Lake Erie College 19, Tiffin 18
Semifinals
Notre Dame 22, Maryville 21
St. Cloud State 30, Pitt-Johnstown 7
Consolation Semifinals
Nebraska Kearney 25, Lake Erie College 14
Upper Iowa 29, Tiffin 15

NCAA Div. III
Championship Dual - Wartburg 28, Wabash 12

125 - Arnulfo Olea (Wartburg) over Chris Diaz (Wabash) TF 21-5
133 - Connor Campo (Wartburg) over AJ Belden (Wabash) Maj 11-1
141 - Cross Cannone (Wartburg) over Michael Venezia (Wabash) Dec 2-0
149 - Devin Broukal (Wabash) over Kenneth Martin (Wartburg) Dec 5-4
157 - Drew Wagenhoffer (Wartburg) over Nick Bova (Wabash) Dec 9-8
165 - Andrew Steiert (Wartburg) over Connor Brummett (Wabash) Dec 11-4
174 - Eric Devos (Wartburg) over Grant Gough (Wabash) TF 16-0
184 - Riley Lefever (Wabash) by forfeit
197 - Brett Thumm (Wabash) over Bryan Levsen (Wartburg) Dec 6-3
285 - Benjamin Nagle (Wartburg) over Jake Barclay (Wabash) TF 17-0

3rd – Roger Williams 26, Concordia-Moorhead 18
5th – Wisconsin-LaCrosse 31, SUNY-Cortland 11
7th – Augsburg 22, Ithaca 21
Semifinals
Wartburg 43, Roger Williams 3
Wabash 25, Concordia-Moorhead 12
Consolation Semifinals
Wisconsin-LaCrosse 20, Augsburg 19
SUNY-Cortland 22, Ithaca 21

NAIA
Championship Dual - Grand View 33, Indiana Tech 15

125 - Mitch Pawlak (Indiana Tech) over Tristan Bundy (Grand View) Dec 9-4
133 - Jacob Colon (Grand View) over Travis Barroquillo (Indiana Tech) Fall 5:37
141 - Matthew Miller (Indiana Tech) over Walker Marshall (Grand View) Fall 1:28
149 - Andrew Long (Grand View) over Justin Atkinson (Indiana Tech) Fall 1:39
157 - Grant Henderson (Grand View) over Chase Hack (Indiana Tech) Maj 12-4
165 - Dallas Houchins (Grand View) over John Weldon (Indiana Tech) Dec 6-3
174 - Tyler Goldman (Indiana Tech) over Dylan Blackford (Grand View) Fall 2:45
184 - Michael Pixley (Grand View) over LJ Grayson (Indiana Tech) Dec 7-1
197 - Grant Harrill (Grand View) over Bo Davis (Indiana Tech) TF 20-5
285 - Dean Broghammer (Grand View) over Kegan Clark-Sanchez (Indiana Tech) Fall 0:39

3rd – Missouri Valley 21, Campbellsville 17
5th – Oklahoma City 24, Life 12
7th – Concordia 19, Lindsey Wilson 15
Semifinals
Grand View 37, Campbellsville 2
Indiana Tech 24, Missouri Valley 17
Consolation Semifinals
Oklahoma City 21, Lindsey Wilson 18
Life 27, Concordia 19

NJCAA
1st – Clackamas CC 18, Ellsworth CC 18

125 - DeVaughn Sapien (Clackamas Community College) over Tepra Wright (Ellsworth CC) Dec 8-3
133 - Michael Knoblauch (Clackamas Community College) over Blake Walker (Ellsworth CC) Dec 6-1
141 - Bobby Alexander (Ellsworth CC) over Zechariah Bresser (Clackamas Community College) Dec 6-3
149 - Christopher Garcia (Clackamas Community College) over Marcus Thompson (Ellsworth CC) Fall 5:50
157 - Matthew Rodriguez-Kirkland (Ellsworth CC) over John Leal (Clackamas Community College) Dec 7-2
165 - Sadarriss patterson (Ellsworth CC) over Brendan Harkey (Clackamas Community College) Dec 10-5
174 - Jordan Gundrum (Ellsworth CC) over Tommy Brewster (Clackamas Community College) Fall 5:33
184 - Haszell West (Clackamas Community College) over De`Andre Jones (Ellsworth CC) Dec 7-2
197 - John Morin (Clackamas Community College) over Terry Martin (Ellsworth CC) Dec 6-0
285 - Dalonte Holland (Ellsworth CC) over Brandon Johnson (Clackamas Community College) Dec 5-2

3rd – Northeastern Oklahoma CC 25, Iowa Central CC 12
5th – Iowa Lakes CC 38, Western Wyoming College 7
7th – Iowa Western CC 40, Harper College 9
Semifinals
Ellsworth CC 20, Iowa Central CC 19
Clackamas CC 26, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M 10
Consolation Semifinals
Iowa Lakes CC 30, Iowa Western CC 21
Western Wyoming 25, Harper College 18

WCWA
Championship Dual - King 27, Oklahoma City 19

101 - Marina Doi (King) by forfeit
109 - Breonnah Neal (King) over Cody Pfau (Oklahoma City) Dec 12-10
116 - Samantha Klingel (King) over Rachel Archer (Oklahoma City) TF 12-2
123 - Becka Leathers (Oklahoma City) over Ricki Liang (King), Fall 1:37
130 - Rachel Young (Oklahoma City) over Hanna Grisewood (King) Dec 5-4
136 - Natalia Hinajo (Oklahoma City University) over Rachel Hale (King) TF 10-0
143 - Hannah Jewell (King) over Carla Ponce (Oklahoma City) TF 11-1
155 - Jessi Kee (King) over Yvonne Galindo (Oklahoma City) Fall 0:53
170 - Forrest Molinari (King) over Rachael Butler (Oklahoma City) TF 12-2
191 - Monica Mason (Oklahoma City) over Jackie Williams (King) Dec 8-5

3rd – Campbellsville 26, University of the Cumberlands 20
5th – McKendree 24, Lindenwood 16
7th – Wayland Baptist 33, Missouri Valley 8
Semifinals
King 27, Campbellsville 14
Oklahoma City 23, University of the Cumberlands 20
Consolation Semifinals
Lindenwood 27, Wayland Baptist 14
McKendree 29, Missouri Valley 18