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Nick Racanelli and Zach Wilhelm Competing in NCAA Divisiion III National Championships

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Wilkes University wrestler Nick Racaniello Credits: Wilkes University Athletics
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Zach Wilhelm, Stevens Institute of Technology Credits: Stevens Institute File Photo
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LACROSSE, WISCONSIN - Southern Regional Athletic Director Chuck Donohue Jr. has informed us that two former standout Southern Regional wrestlers are competing in the NCAA Division III National Championships this weekend in Lacrosse, Wisconsin.

Nick Racanelli , who wrestles for Wilkes University will compete in the 157 lb. weight class.  Nick had a record of  34-7 this season.  

Zach Wilhelm wrestles for the Stevens Institute of Technology will compete in the 149 lb. weight class competition. Wilhelm is a junior and a Bio-medical Engineering student.  Zach had a record of 45-7 this season.  

Good luck to these two former Rams this weekend.

 

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