Adrian College Men's Wrestling Tradition And All-Time Honors

All-America (1 student-athletes 1 times)
2016--Angus Arthur, Freshman, 197 pounds (4th place)

NCAA Division III Championship Appearances (5)
1975--T-47th (2 points) of 62 schools (University Heights, Ohio; Hosted by John Carroll University)
1976--T-44th (2 points) of 59 schools (Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Hosted by Coe College)
1977--T-43rd (3 points) of 72 schools (Binghamton, N.Y.; Hosted by SUNY Binghamton)
1979--T-60th (1 point) of 67 schools (Humboldt, Calif.; Hosted by Humboldt State)
2016--T-23rd (15-1/2 points) of 58 schools (Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Hosted by Cornell College)

NCAA Division III Championship Qualifiers (3+ student-athletes 3+ times)
1975--unknown
1976--unknown
1977--unknown
1979--unknown
2016--Angus Arthur, Freshman, 197 pounds
2017--Zach Rieger, Junior, 285 pounds
2019--Devon Pingel, Sophomore, 184 pounds

NCAA Division III Regional Championships (6 placers 7 times)
2016--Angus Arthur, Freshman, 197 pounds (champion); Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind.
2016--James Davis, Freshman, 184 pounds (4th place); Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind.
(Adrian was 10th of 15 teams with 37 points in 2016 Midwest Region)
2017--Zach Rieger, Junior, 285 pounds (3rd place); Manchester University, Fort Wayne, Ind.
(Adrian was 12th of 16 teams with 22 points in 2017 Midwest Region)
2018--Zach Rieger, Senior, 285 pounds (4th place); Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind.
2018--Dylan Steward, Sophomore, 157 pounds (5th place); Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind.
(Adrian was 11th of 18 teams with 36-1/2 points in 2018 Central Region)
2019--Devon Pingel, Sophomore, 184 pounds (Runner-up); Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind.
2019--Collin Lewis, Freshman, 285 pounds (5th place); Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind.
(Adrian was 13th of 19 schools with 40-1/2 points in 2019 Central Region)

National Wrestling Coaches Association All-America Scholars (2 student-athletes 4 times)
2016--Angus Arthur (Laingsburg, Mich.), Freshman, Criminal Justice
2016--Zach Rieger (Hudson, Mich.), Sophomore, Social Studies
2017--Zach Rieger (Hudson, Mich.), Junior, Social Studies
2018--Zach Rieger (Hudson, Mich.), Senior, Social Studies

Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Championships (3 titles)
1969--6-0, 11-6 overall
1970--6-0, 11-4-1 overall
1971--5-0, 9-6 overall 

All-Time MIAA Champions (14 student-athletes 21 times)
1969 (7)--Mike Smith, 130; Dennis Mateyka, 137; Bill Ellenburg, 152; Steve Fuguban, 160; Doug Koval, 167; Steve Rulewicz, 177; Dan VanBlaricom, 191
1970 (3)--Mike Selleck, 118; Bob Knox, 126; Steve Fuguban, 167
1971 (4)--Mike Selleck, 118; Neal Fuchs, 126; Eric Larson, 177; Steve Fugaban, 190
1972 (1)--Mike Selleck, 118
1974 (1+)--Lou Stravopolus, 142 (MIAA unknown at 158)
1975 (1)--Lou Stravopolus, 150
1976 (1)--Lou Stravopolus, 150
1977 (2)--Dan Matthews, 150; Lou Stravopolus, 158
1979 (1)--Jim Bicknell, 118

All-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (13 student-athletes all-conference 20 times)
1969--Bill Ellenburg
1969--Steve Fugaban
1969--Doug Koval
1969--Dennis Mateyka
1969--Steve Rulewicz
1969--Dan VanBlaricom
1970--Steve Benedict
1970--Steve Fugaban
1970--Bob Knox
1970--Steve Rulewicz
1971--Neal Fuchs
1971--Steve Fugaban (MIAA Most Valuable Player at 190 pounds)
1971--Mike Selleck
1972--Mike Selleck
1974--Lou Stravroplus
1975--Lou Stravoplus
1976--Lou Stravoplus (MIAA Most Valuable Player at 150 pounds)
1977--Dan Matthews
1977--Lou Stravoplus
1979--Jim Bicknell 
2019--Devon Pingel

Academic All-Conference (x student-athletes x times)
2019-- 

updated 3/15/2019