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  2. Lock Haven Bald Eagles - Wikipedia

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    On Saturday, September 29, 2012, Lock Haven lost to the Shippensburg Raiders by a score of 49-6. With the loss Lock Haven took sole possession of the all-time NCAA Division II Football consecutive losing streak record at 47 games, with their last win occurring on November 3, 2007.

  3. Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania ( LHU) is a public university in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. It is part of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. The main campus consists of 200 acres (81 ha) and the branch campus covers 12.9 acres (5.2 ha). It offers 69 undergraduate programs and 4 graduate programs. Contents 1 History 2 Campus

  4. List of NCAA Division I wrestling programs - Wikipedia

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    The Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association (EIWA) is a wrestling-only conference that had 16 members in the 2018–19 season, and added another member for 2019–20 and beyond. Six members are also full members of the Ivy League and compete for that conference's dual meet championship during the EIWA season.

  5. 1953 NCAA Wrestling Championships - Wikipedia

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    The 1953 NCAA Wrestling Championships were the 23rd NCAA Wrestling Championships to be held. Penn State University in State College, Pennsylvania hosted the tournament at Rec Hall . Penn State took home the team championship with 21 points and having one individual champion. Frank Bettucci of Cornell College was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler.

  6. 1966 NCAA University Division Wrestling Championships

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    The 1966 NCAA University Division Wrestling Championships were the 36th NCAA University Division Wrestling Championships to be held. Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa hosted the tournament at the Iowa State Armory . Oklahoma State took home the team championship with 79 points despite having three individual champions.

  7. Eastern Wrestling League - Wikipedia

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    Lock Haven Bald Eagles (1975–2019) Rider Broncs (2013–2019) Schools leaving before 2018–19 Buffalo Bulls (1975–1977) Millersville Marauders (1981–1984) Penn State Nittany Lions (1975–1992) Pittsburgh Panthers (1975–2013) Virginia Tech Hokies (1998–2004) West Virginia Mountaineers (1977–2012) Membership timeline Team dual meet champions

  8. NAIA Wrestling Championship - Wikipedia

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    It has been held annually since 1958. The tournament consists of both a team national title and individual titles at various weight classes. The most successful program is Grand View (IA), with ten team NAIA national titles. The current champion is Grand View, who won their tenth team national title in 2022. Contents 1 Champions 2 Multiple winners

  9. Rutgers Scarlet Knights wrestling - Wikipedia

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    Goodale is a graduate 1995 of Lock Haven University. He came to Rutgers from the high school ranks. Previously he coached Jackson Memorial High School in Jackson, New Jersey where he coached four state champions. In 2019, Nick Suriano and Anthony Ashnault became the first NCAA champions for Rutgers.