Six wrestlers from Northwestern competed at the NAIA national meet on March 7 in Topeka, Kan.
Senior Diego Quintana went 1-2 and finished his final collegiate season with a 21-17 record.
Junior JL Mayo overcame a lack of matches to qualify for the meet. He went 2-2 in his four matches at nationals and finished the season 7-3.
Senior John Lynch went 1-2 to close out his second trip to the national meet. He compiled a 24-13 season record.
Junior Zach Fishman, who was named first-team All-GPAC, went 0-2. He boasted a 27-8 record.
Sophomore Luis Rivera-Santiago went 1-2. He closed the books with a 14-16 season record. Sophomore Randy Null went 0-2. He finished his season at 19-10.
The track and field squad featured two All-American performances in Geneva, Ohio, on March 7 and 8.
Senior Matt Huseman finished fourth in the high jump, and the men’s 4-by-800-meter team of senior Taylor Bodin, juniors Skyler Giddings and Logan Hovland, and sophomore Kyle Anderson placed fifth. Top-five finishers receive All-American accolades.
Senior Jeriah Dunk finished 12th in the 60-meter dash.
Sophomore Abby Stevens placed 25th in the 60-meter hurdles and 12th in the pentathlon.
Sophomore Lauren Spranger placed 13th in the 400-meter dash and junior Megan Walhof finished 25th.
Senior Dawn Gildersleeve earned 11th in the 1,000-meter race.