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2017 NCAA DIII Champions

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http://www.jerseywrestling.com/news.php?story=2017 NCAA DIII Champions

Take a look back at the NCAA DIII champions and medalists of 2017!

This class includes a top-three finish at 133 pounds by NJ native Troy Stanich of Stevens!

2017 NCAA DIII Champions

125 - Lucas Malmberg, Messiah
133 - Nathan Pike, NYU
141 - Dustin Weinmann, Wisconsin-La Crosse
149 - Dan Del Gallo, Southern Maine
157 - Robert Dierna, Cortland State
165 - Logan Hermsen, Wisconsin-Stevens Point
174 - Eric DeVos, Wartburg
184 - Justin Kreiter, Luther
197 - Riley Lefever, Wabash
285 - Zachery Roseberry, Delaware Valley

Check out all the medalists!

https://www.jerseywrestling.com/ncaa_diii_medalists.php?year=2017

If anyone has the champions picture from another year, you can email it to support@jerseywrestling.com, and it will be added to the website!

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On 2/1/2021 at 9:30 AM, Gantry said:

Bold move rocking the backwards hat for your NCAA championship photo. 

I think that is probably an NCAA team champions hat awarded moments earlier, as Wartburg won the title that year.  Still wish he had removed the hat, but those circumstances make it a little more excusable in my eyes.

Edited by JHRoseWrestling
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8 hours ago, JHRoseWrestling said:

I think that is probably an NCAA team champions bat awarded moments earlier, as Wartburg won the title that year.  Still wish he had removed the hat, but those circumstances make it a little more excusable in my eyes.

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Do you want to give Dan Hicks a piece of your mind too?

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2 hours ago, jchapman said:

Do you want to give Dan Hicks a piece of your mind too?

Ah yes, 1979 was the year that the HVAC in the arena failed and all participants and spectators spent the event bundled up to fight off the sub-freezing temperatures in the venue.  Still wish he had removed the hat, but those circumstances make it a little more excusable in my eyes.

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55 minutes ago, JHRoseWrestling said:

Ah yes, 1979 was the year that the HVAC in the arena failed and all participants and spectators spent the event bundled up to fight off the sub-freezing temperatures in the venue.  Still wish he had removed the hat, but those circumstances make it a little more excusable in my eyes.

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Same HVAC crisis happened in 1978 too!

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