Wieber Earns All-American Honors – Mounties Finish 24th at National Championships

JAMESTOWN, N.D. – Eastern Oregon Women’s Wrestling had one competitor in action on the final day of the 2024 NAIA National Championships. Liv Wieber battled to a fifth-place finish earning All-American honors for her outstanding performance. As a team the Mountaineers finished 24th with 17 team points in the tournament.
Wieber started the day off in the semifinals with a national championship berth on the line. Paired up with Life University’s Latifah McBryde, Wieber wasn’t able to find a rhythm or weakness in the No. 2-seed’s defense. McBryde took the match 10-0.
Still in the running for a third-place finish, Wieber’s next match was against the No. 5 seed, Josette Partney of Missouri Baptist. Despite falling behind 8-0 in the first period, Wieber battled back in the second. She worked her way to two takedowns to make it 9-4, but couldn’t muster anything more as Partney walked away with a 10-4 victory.
Wieber had one more match on the day competing in the fifth-place match with a familiar foe in Evergreen State’s Flor Parker-Borreo. Parker-Borreo forfeited the match due to injury giving Wieber the fifth spot on the podium and an All-American honor.
The last of today’s action marks the end of the 2023-2024 season for EOU Women’s Wrestling. All future updates can be found at www.eousports.com.

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