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DUBUQUE, Iowa - Coe College entered the NCAA Central Regional with just three wrestlers seeded in the top three, but finished with five in the top three, all of which qualified for the NCAA National Championships.


CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - In the final home dual of their careers, seniors Ryan Sheldon (Cedar Rapids, Iowa/Kennedy) and Donnie Horner (Blue Springs, Mo./Blue Spring) sealed the victory for the 17th-ranked Coe wrestling team as they outlasted Dubuque in an Iowa Conference dual meet on Thursday night. The Kohawks defeated the Spartans 18-17 to close out the 2014-15 regular season.


CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - In the 2014-15 home dual opener, the 17th-ranked Coe wrestling team scored three major decision victories to defeat long-time rival #18 Cornell 18-16 Friday night. The Kohawks extend their lead in the Bremner Cup standings to 7-5.


WAVERLY, Iowa - Top-ranked Wartburg won nine of 10 matches against 17th-ranked Coe College Friday night, as the Knights downed the Kohawks 35-3.


INDIANOLA, Iowa - The #9 Coe wrestling team took to the road Saturday as they faced off against three Iowa Conference opponents. The Kohawks finished the day with wins over #25 Loras and Simpson.

Five Kohawks qualified for the NCAA Wrestling National Championships.
Ryan Sheldon and the Coe wrestling team finished the 2014-15 regular season against Dubuque Thursday night.
Jan Rosenberg and the Coe wrestling team took on long-time rival Cornell Friday night.
Second-ranked Farai Sewera earned his 15th-straight victory against Wartburg.
Donnie Horner and the Coe wrestling team took part in the Iowa Conference duals on Saturday.
MAR. 13
NCAA National Championships
11:00 AM CST
Hershey, Penn.
MAR. 14
NCAA National Championships
10:00 AM CST
Hershey, Penn.