Shilson wins 2nd national title, Auggies finish 9th

ADRIAN, Mich. — Augsburg University’s Emily Shilson (FY, Maple Grove, Minn./Mounds View HS) claimed her second national title to close her inaugural collegiate season, leading the Auggie women’s wrestling team to a ninth-place finish at the first Cliff Keen/National Wrestling Coaches Association National Collegiate Championships, completed on Saturday at Adrian University.

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Shilson wins national title, Augsburg 6th at WCWAs

MARIETTA, Ga. — Emily Shilson (FY, Maple Grove, Minn./Mounds View HS) captured the first individual national title in Augsburg University women’s wrestling history, winning the 109-pound crown at the Women’s Collegiate Wrestling Association National Championships on Saturday at the Cobb County Civic Center. Augsburg finished in sixth place in the tournament with 75 points.

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Guillotine Grapevine Podcast: The future is here as Augsburg women win home opener

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The snow couldn’t prevent Augsburg from winning the first women’s dual in school history on Sunday, January 19 at Si Melby Hall. Originally scheduled for Saturday night, Augsburg beat UW-Stevens Point 30-12 in the lone home dual of the year. The win ushered in a new era of women’s wrestling in the midwest and in Minnesota.

Episode 65 of The Guillotine Grapevine talks with Augsburg women’s head wrestling coach Max Mejia and Athletic Director Jeff Swenson on their reaction on the outcome and how the future of women’s wrestling is here before us today.

Augsburg 30, Wisconsin Stevens Point 12

Augsburg earns dual meet victory over Stevens Point

MINNEAPOLIS — In its first-ever home dual, the Augsburg University women’s wrestling team posted a 30-12 victory over the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point on Sunday afternoon at Si Melby Hall.

Augsburg is ranked No. 3 in the latest NWCA/NCAA national rankings and No. 6 in the Women’s Collegiate Wrestling Association national rankings.

Top-ranked 109-pounder Emily Shilson (FY, Maple Grove, Minn./Mounds View HS) kicked off the dual with a 10-0 technical fall in bout that lasted less than 30 seconds.

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