Jared Prince, Jadaen Bernstein and Michael Coleman have qualified for the NCAA Championship.
Jared Prince, Jadaen Bernstein and Michael Coleman will wrestle in the semifinals of their respective weight classes on Saturday.
Navy has six competitors left in the championship bracket and two in the consolations.
The Midshipmen have won 13 EIWA team titles.
Sunday’s match marks the 61st meeting between Army and Navy in a rivalry that dates back to a 17-8 win by the Mids on March 2, 1957 in Annapolis.
Navy-Old Dominion Wrestling 2.3.17
All-Academy Championship 1-29-17
Navy-Lehigh Wrestling 1-13-17
2016 Navy Classic
2016 Blue-Gold Duals
• 2015-16 (Fr.): Produced a 9-12 record in his rookie season, earning his first collegiate victory with a 47-second fall against SUNY Sullivan’s Rob Cuomo at the East Stroudsburg Open ... went on to capture fourth at the East Stroudsburg Open ... also saw action at the Bearcat Open, Navy Classic, Franklin & Marshall Open and Shorty Hitchcock Memorial.
• High School: A 2014 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes, Del., Ott attended Naval Academy Prep School during the 2014-15 academic year ... a three-sport standout, he earned letters in football (4), lacrosse (4) and wrestling (4) ... a three-time state champion in wrestling, his high school team also won state titles in 2012-13-14 ... a three-time All-State (Del.) defenseman on the lacrosse team, he led Cape Henlopen to the 2014 state crown ... also earned All-State honors as a lineman on the football team ... served as team captain of all three teams for three years ... member of the National Honor Society.
• Personal: Son of Tara Bishop ... majoring in Political Science.