Top-ranked Wartburg wins 25th consecutive IIAC Championship

Top-ranked Wartburg (20-0 overall, 8-0 IIAC) won its 25th consecutive and 35th overall Iowa Conference Championship Thursday in the 32-0 win over No. 16 Loras.

Complete results:
125: #5 Arnulfo Olea (WB) won by 4-0 dec vs. Matt Randone (LC) WB 3-0
133: Connor Campo (WB) won by 6-2 dec vs. Michael Triplett (LC) WB 6-0
141: #3 Cross Cannone (WB) won by 5-4 dec vs. Clint Lembeck (LC) WB 9-0
149: #1 Kenny Martin (WB) won by 10-8 dec vs. Evan Weaver (LC) WB 12-0
157: #3 Logan Thomsen (WB) won by 9-0 maj dec vs. Jimmy Davis (LC) WB 16-0
165: #3 Andrew Steiert (WB) won by 4-1 dec vs. Ross Lembeck (LC) WB 19-0
174: #2 Eric DeVos (WB) won by 12-4 maj dec vs. Eddie Smith (LC) WB 23-0
184: #5 Bryan Levsen (WB) won by 5-2 dec vs. Awais Arain (LC) WB 26-0
197: #2 Kyle Fank (WB) won by 10-5 dec vs. #10 Guy Patron Jr. (LC) WB 29-0
285: #2 Lance Evans won by 1-0 dec vs. Quin Gilliam (LC) WB 32-0

Notes:
-Olea earned his 20th win of the season.
-Cannone recorded his 24th win on the season.
-Cannone moved his winning streak to 12.
-Martin remains undefeated at 10-0.
-Martin increased his winning streak to 26, which dates back to last season.
-Thomsen earned his 26th win of the year.
-Steiert remains undefeated on the year at 8-0.
-Steiert moved his winning streak to 17, which dates back to last season.
-DeVos remains undefeated on the season at 12-0.
-DeVos moved his winning streak to 12.
-All but one of DeVos’ victories on the season have been by bonus points.
-Levsen earned his 17th win of the year.
-Fank has a team-best 27 wins this season.
-Fank moved his winning streak to 20.
-Evans remains undefeated on the year at 21-0.
-Evans moved his winning streak to 21.
-Wartburg has an overall winning streak of 55 straight duals.
-Wartburg enters the match with an IIAC consecutive dual streak of 196.
-Wartburg has won 25 straight and 35 overall Iowa Conference Championships.
-This is first IIAC Championship in shutout fashion since beating Buena Vista 51-0 on Feb. 9, 2005.
-This was the third IIAC Championship in shutout fashion as the first occurred against William Penn in 1999.

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