Greg Warner
Greg Warner
Height: 5-9
Weight: 149
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Newville, Pa.
High School: Big Spring
Class: 149
Major: Sport Management

2017-18: Had another strong season as a junior ... earned his third consecutive All-American honors as he was the national runner-up at 149 pounds at the Division III National Championships ... went 32-4 during the year ... now has a career record of 94-28 ... he accumulated four major decisions, seven technical falls, and eight pin fall victories ... took first place at 149 at the Fall Brawl and the New Standard Invitational ... also placed first at the NCAA Division III Southeast Regional at 149.

2016-17: Had another fantastic year for the Spartans ... earned his second straight All-American honors as he finished eighth at 141 pounds at the Division III National Championships ... went 32-13 during the year at 141 pounds ... owns a career record at 62-24 ... had six major decisions ... recorded eight technical falls and six pin fall victories ... finished sixth at the Monarch Invitational at 141 pounds ... won the 141 pound championship at the Roger Williams Invitational ... finished second at 141 at the New Standard Invitational ... finished third at the NCAA Division III Mideast Regional at York to earn a berth in the NCAA Championships.

2015-16: Had a very memorable freshman year as he earned All-American honors in his first year in the Green and White ... saw action in 41 matches as he finished the year 30-11 ... finished fifth at 141 pounds at the NCAA Championships ... is the 26th NCAA All-American in Spartan wrestling history ... went 8-8 in the first semester and 22-3 in the second semester ... finished third at the Mideast regionals at 141 ... recorded six technical falls and nine major decisions during the year.

Personal: Is a sport managment major while he is also pursing a minor in marketing ... is the son of Jeff Warner and Heidi Sponseller ... born August 9, 1995 ... wrestled for Nate Gutshall at Big Spring High School ... three-time PIAA state qualifier ... accumulated 120 wins in high school.

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