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Schulte reflects on being All-American

Former Mosinee athlete wraps up Pointers career in style

1:40 AM, Mar. 19, 2013
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point wrestler Jordan Schulte (top) wrapped up his college career by earning All-American status with an eighth-place finish at 165 pounds at the NCAA Division III Championships held March 15 and 16 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point wrestler Jordan Schulte (top) wrapped up his college career by earning All-American status with an eighth-place finish at 165 pounds at the NCAA Division III Championships held March 15 and 16 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
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University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point senior wrestlers Jordan Schulte, Ryan Conat and Ben Strobel weren't sure when it was going to hit them.

The trio figured it was only a matter of time before the emotions of having just wrestled their final college matches would overtake them while driving back from the NCAA Division III Championships in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Schulte had just wrapped up his Pointers career by earning All-American honors with an eight-place showing at 165 pounds, while extenuating circumstances resulted in Strobel (149) and Conat (174) going a combined 1-4 at the ...

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