100 Days of the Big Ten Medal of Honor: Day 74

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Michigan's Ryan Bertin (2005, Wrestling)
A 2005 Big Ten Medal of Honor winner, Bertin was a two-time NCAA champion for the Michigan wrestling team, twice winning the 157-pound title (2003 and2005). He was an All-American four times, claimed Michigan's first NCAA individual title in 18 years and became the fifth multiple champion in U-M history. The 2005 Big Ten Wrestler of the Year, Bertin finished his college career with a 142-21 career record, and was also a three-time NWCA All-Academic and Academic All-Big Ten selection. He currently is senior vice president at Signature Associates.

Check out this Q&A with Bertin to learn more about how winning the Big Ten Medal of Honor helped him later in life.

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