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Coolidge, Wartburg Win Wrestling Titles

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CEDAR RAPIDS Alex Coolidge added to Cornell's rich wrestling history, while Wartburg continued to make history of its own.

Both achieved something that will never be erased.

The Rams' 197-pound senior captured the school's first individual national title in 24 years and the Knights continued its winning ways with a division record fourth straight national team title last night at the NCAA Division III Wrestling Championships at the U.S. Cellular Center. Wartburg crowned three champions, tallying 103 points, 36 more than runner-up Wisconsin-Whitewater.

Top-ranked Coolidge provided the host crowd plenty to cheer about with a 6-5 victory over Wisconsin-Whitewater's Shane Siefert. He experienced the thrill that eluded him with a runner-up finish a year ago.

"Right now, the high is phenomenal," said Coolidge, who became Cornell's first champion since Shawn Voigt in 1990 and first two-time NCAA finalist since Walter Romanowski in 1950-51. "It's an unbelievable feeling. Every second of hard work is well worth it."

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