Men’s Wrestling: SETO FINISHES NATIONALS IN SECOND AT 133, EARNS ALL-AMERICAN STATUS WITH WILLIAMS

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WICHITA, KAN. – Jacob Seto finished with just two points short of the National Championship at 133
pounds, but capped off an incredible season with a second place finish and his third All-American
honor. Seto won his first three matches of the nationals, and dropped a close 3-1 decision in
the final match.


Seto was not the only Eagle to earn All-American honors, as James Williams also got his third All-American spot at ERAU. Williams ended the weekend in seventh place, and went 5-2 in the 157-pound tournament.

Keller Rock finished just one spot shy of an All-American honor, but was impressive in his Freshman season at Nationals. Rock made it all the way to the quarterfinals at 165, and finished as the ninth-best wrestler in the weight class. The Eagles had two others also finished within the top 30 of their respective weight classes, as Jayce Cunha and Beau Blackham competed a handful of matches at the National Tournament. Cunha wrapped up a great season at 141

As a team, Embry-Riddle finished 14th at Nationals, one of four teams in from the Cascade to finish inside the top 15. For more information on the Embry-Riddle wrestling program during the offseason, visit eraueagles.com often.

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