Navy won the title in 2014, Air Force in 2015 and Army West Point in 2016
Navy and Duke meet for the 14th time in series history, however, the two have not wrestled since 2000.
One of the longest series in both programs' histories, Navy and Lehigh will meet for the 97th time.
The Midshipmen own a 48-6-5 series advantage, including a 26-1-2 mark in Annapolis.
The Midshipmen were without four starters in their lineup, but came away with wins in four bouts.
• 2015-16 (So.): Turned in a 9-11 record wrestling at 184 pounds ... made appearances in four regular-season tournaments and recorded a 2-3 dual meet mark ... recorded the first two dual victories of his career against Delaware Valley’s Chris Jastrzebski (5-1) and York College’s Jesse Huber (6:49) ... placed sixth at the Michigan State Open (Fr/So Div).
• 2014-15 (Fr.): Produced a 5-6 record in his rookie season, seeing action in three tournaments ... posted a 3-2 decision over Kalen Gans of Stevens Institute of Technology at the East Stroudsburg Open for his first collegiate victory.
• High School: A 2013 graduate of Patch American High School in Stuttgart, Germany, Mannier attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2013-14 academic year ... wrestled two years in wrestling at Graham High School in St. Paris, Ohio before moving to Germany and lettering his final two years ... was a two-time 182-pound European Champ and was undefeated both years ... he was named the Stars and Stripes Wrestling Athlete of the Year in 2013 ... placed fourth at the NHSCA National Championship his senior year.
• Personal: Son of Chet and Jackie Mannier, he is one of 10 children in the family (5 sisters, 4 brothers) ... brother, James, graduated from the Naval Academy in 2014 and was the captain of the wrestling team his senior year ... majoring in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, he owns a 3.16 grade-point average ... has been named to the Commandant’s List three times and Dean’s List twice.