Augsburg University men’s wrestlers Tyler Shilson (SR, Maple Grove, Minn./Centennial HS) and Charlie Stuhl (SO, Ellsworth, Wis./Ellsworth HS) were named to the Academic All-District Men’s At-Large Team, as selected by College Sports Communicators (formerly CoSIDA), on Tuesday.
The CSC Academic All-District team is part of the CSC Academic All-America program. Top student-athletes are nominated for inclusion on the Academic All-District teams by college and university sports information directors. Student-athletes must have a grade-point average above 3.50 (4.0 scale) and have outstanding athletic credentials. The Division III Academic All-America program is being financially supported by the NCAA Division III national governance structure, to assist CSC with handling the awards fulfillment aspects for the Division III Academic All-America teams program.
A CSC Academic All-District and Academic All-America second-team honoree last season, Shilson is a finance major with a 4.00 grade-point average. Shilson earned the third All-America honor of his career in 2022-23, finishing second at 157 pounds at the 2023 NCAA Division III National Championships. He went 29-5 in his senior season, with six pins, 13 technical falls and five major decisions. Shilson earned National Wrestling Coaches Association Division III All-America honors with a third-place finish at 157 in 2021, and finished third at 157 at the 2022 NCAA Division III National Championships.
A two-time NWCA Scholar All-American who competed at Wisconsin in 2017-18 and Tennessee-Chattanooga in 2019-20 before transferring to Augsburg, Shilson finished his three-season Augsburg career at 72-10, with 12 pins, 36 technical falls and 11 major decisions. In his full college career, Shilson was 100-34, with 17 pins, 44 technical falls and 17 major decisions.
A finance major with a 4.00 grade-point average, Stuhl earned All-American honors with an eighth-place finish at 149 pounds at the 2023 NCAA Division III National Championships. He won the NCAA Division III Upper Midwest Regional title at 157 this season, and finished 32-6 with five pins, four technical falls and five major decisions. He was making his second national tournament appearance of his career, after competing at the 2021 National Wrestling Coaches Association Division III National Championships at 149.
A three-time NWCA Scholar All-American, Stuhl is now 67-21 in his Auggie career, with 12 pins, 12 technical falls and 10 major decisions.