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College Wrestling: UF has 4 wrestlers in Midwest Classic Semifinals

INDIDNAPOLIS — Four University of Findlay wrestlers advanced to the semifinal round during the first day of the Midwest Classic at the University of Indianapolis.
At 125, Ben Sergent went 3-0 on the first day with two pins and a major decision win.  Sergent pinned Maryville’s Brandon Oshiro in 1:40 during his first match and then came back with a 9-1 win over Brewton-Parker’s Sam Rosario in the second round.  He then reached the semifinals with a pin in 5:31 over Trine’s Brandon Preston.
At 165, Mason True sported a 2-0 record as he claimed a 5-2 win over West Liberty State’s Mike Emery and an 8-2 victory against Indianapolis’ Jeff Weiss.
In the 184-pound weight class, Adam Walters went 3-0 to reach the semifinals.  Walters won 12-5 against Limestone’s Blake Steiert before claiming a 23-9 major decision victory over Brewton-Parker’s Heath McGregor.  He then wrapped up his Saturday matches with an 8-4 win against Jameel Bryant of Lindsey Wilson.
Andrew Tumlin was the fourth Roughneck to reach the semifinals as he went 2-0 in the 285-pound weight class.  Tumlin won 5-2 by decision over Lindsey Wilson’s Theodore Furnish and then had another 5-2 win, this time against West Liberty State’s Mike Carpenter.
Three other Roughnecks are still alive and looking to place at the event as Joey White went 2-1 at 141, Jan Unlinski was 3-1 with two pins at 149 and Jordan Cowell went 3-1 at 157.
Ohio Northern defending Division III NCAA champion Kyle Kwiat, a Tiffin Calvert graduate, advanced to the semifinals at 174 pounds with a pair of victories.

Team Standings
1, Newberry 100. 2, Upper Iowa 811/2. 3, Findlay 71. 4, Ashland 561/2. 5, Ohio Northern 50. 6, Maryville 491/2. 7, Campbellsville 471/2. 8, McKendree 44. 8, North Carolina-Pembroke 44. 10, Lindsey Wilson 421/2. 11, Northern State 391/2. 12, Western State 3911/2. 13, Lake Erie 331/2. 14, Central Missouri 31. 15, Indiana Tech 281/2. 15, Indianapolis 281/2. 17, Limestone 25. 18, Tiffin 231/2. 19, West Libert State 211/2. 20, Trine 14. 21, Mount St. Joseph 131/2. 22, Brewton-Parker 12. 23, Ohio Valley 91/2. 24, Shorter 61/2. 25, Manchester 5. 26, Lincoln 41/2.