Tiffin University had numerous standout performances, posting three champions and 10 overall placers at the Ohio Northern Invitational.
Overall the Dragons finished 4th of 13 teams, trailing only Washington & Lee (128), Heidelberg (119), and Ohio Northern (115.5) with 111 total points.
Hunter Langeloh (141 pounds) was an individual champion for TU, winning by fall in 56 seconds over Washington & Lee, dispatching Muskingum 19-0, flattening Mount St. Joseph in 6:37, and winning the title 7-5 over Trine.
Dylan Mansor (149) also won his weight class, outpointing Washington & Lee 11-4, edging Ohio Northern 4-2 in sudden victory, beating Adrian 18-8, and pinning ONU in 6:40 for the title.
Richard Screptock (165) gave TU their third championship of the day, winning by tech falls 17-0 over MSJ and 15-0 over Otterbein, then posting a pin victory in 5:00 over teammate Zachary Bierfeldt and a 5-4 win over Bryan LaVearn of TU for the title.
The 165 pound weight class was a good one for TU, as LaVearn took second on the day and Bierfeldt 4th. LaVearn got a forfeit win over Alma, a pin over Adrian 3:44, and a 9-7 win over Thomas More, while Bierfeldt had a pin over Heidelberg in 2:09, an 18-2 win over Trine, a 14-10 win over Muskingum, and a 12-0 win over ONU.
Chase Carter (285) finished 3rd overall, pinning Alma in 2:37, outpointing Otterbein 7-4 and Washington & Lee 6-2 before falling 4-2 to ONU. He then had a 4-2 win over teammate David Henson and took third by rule over Heidelberg.
Henson placed fifth, bouncing back from a 5-1 loss to Heidelberg to get a 3-1 win over Adrian, two pins over Adrian (3:38) and Otterbein (2:13) and two medical forfeits against Alma and Otterbein.
Derek Gross (157) also finished 5th, getting wins over Ohio Wesleyan 8-5, Ohio Northern 17-4, Ohio Wesleyan 12-11, and a decision by rule over Heidelberg.
Nathaniel Stubblefield (125) was Tiffin's other placer, taking 8th. He had victories against Thomas More 9-1 and Trine 9-6.