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Best Wrestlers in Lehigh History


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The top five wrestlers in Mountain Hawks history won a total of sixteen NCAA medals and eleven titles and include a two-time NCAA champion and four-time finalist, a three-time NCAA champion, two two-time NCAA champions and three-time finalists, and a two-time NCAA champion.

Check out the best Lehigh wrestlers of all-time ranked by NCAA medals!

Rank - Name - Score - Medals

#1 - Darryl Burley - 56 - 1,2,2,1
#2 - Mike Caruso - 48 - 1,1,1
#3 - Eddie Eichelberger - 44 - 2,1,1
#3 - Mark Lieberman - 44 - 2,1,1
#5 - Mike Frick - 41 - 4,1,1

There have been 90 All-American wrestlers who have won 153 medals in Lehigh history!


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5 minutes ago, TobusRex said:

Wow, pretty cool they used to show wrestling on PBS up there. 

live too! the announcers were incredible, Shel  Siegel and Larry Sheridan.

Larry Sheridan has been around EIWA wrestling for 86 years -- his entire lifetime.

The son of Billy Sheridan, Lehigh's iconic Hall of Fame wrestling coach, was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania where he still resides. As a teen he wrestled for Bethlehem High School (now Liberty High School) and for Mercersburg Academy, winning the National Prep School title at 154 pounds in 1950. He wrestled briefly for Lehigh University, but had to curtail competing in the sport as a sophomore due to repeated knee injuries.

Shortly after his graduation from Lehigh, Sheridan became a wrestling official, a position that he excelled at for nearly 20 years. In 1968 he began announcing wrestling matches for Channel 39 in the Lehigh Valley along with EIWA Hall of Famer, Shel Siegel. The twosome covered all Lehigh meets, the EIWA finals, the PIAA finals, several East-West duals and several Russia vs USA matches. He retired from wrestling announcing for Channel 39 in 1994.

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