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It’s Penn State 5 out of 6 NCAA Final- Team Scores, Results & Wrestler Info

125:
1st: Nico Megaludis (Penn State) dec. Thomas Gilman (Iowa), 6-3
3rd: Nathan Tomasello (Ohio State) dec. David Terao (American), 5-3
5th: Conor Youtsey (Michigan) by medical forfeit over Dylan Peters (Northern Iowa)
7th: Ryan Millhof (Oklahoma) dec. Connor Schram (Stanford), 1-0
1. Nico Megaludis, Penn State Wow finally gets his as a senior
2. Thomas Gilman, Iowa
3. Nathan Tomasello, Ohio State returning champ
4. David Terao, American most improved at this weight class
5. Conor Youtsey, Michigan
6. Dylan Peters, Northern Iowa
7. Ryan Millhof, Oklahoma
8. Connor Schram, Stanford
133:
1st: Nahshon Garrett (Cornell) dec. Cory Clark (Iowa), 7-6
3rd: Cody Brewer (Oklahoma) dec. Zane Richards (Illinois), 9-4
5th: Eric Montoya (Nebraska) dec. Jordan Conaway (Penn State), 7-4
7th: Earl Hall (Iowa State) tech. fall Jade Rauser (Utah Valley), 17-1
1. Nahshon Garrett, Cornell electric
2. Cory Clark, Iowa
3. Cody Brewer, Oklahoma returning champ
4. Zane Richards, Illinois
5. Eric Montoya, Nebraska finished strong
6. Jordan Conaway, Penn State
7. Earl Hall, Iowa State
8. Jade Rauser, Utah Valley
141:
1st: Dean Heil (Oklahoma State) dec. Bryce Meredith (Wyoming), 3-2
3rd: Joey McKenna (Stanford) dec. Anthony Ashnault (Rutgers), 7-6
5th: Chris Mecate (Old Dominion) dec. Solomon Chishko (Virginia Tech), 5-3
Joey Ward (North Carolina) dec. Randy Cruz (Lehigh), 3-1 SV
1. Dean Heil, Oklahoma State Mean Dean had a great season
2. Bryce Meredith, Wyoming cinderella
3. Joey McKenna, Stanford great freshman season
4. Anthony Ashnault, Rutgers Shnaulty seemed slow and maybe dinged up a bit
5. Chris Mecate, Old Dominion
6. Solomon Chishko, Virginia Tech
7. Joey Ward, North Carolina
8. Randy Cruz, Lehigh
149:
1st: Zain Retherford (Penn State) maj. dec. Brandon Sorensen (Iowa), 10-1
3rd: Lavion Mayes (Missouri) dec. Anthony Collica (Oklahoma State), 3-2
5th: Mike DePalma (Kent State) pinned Alec Pantaleo (Michigan), 3:30
7th: Justin Oliver (Central Michigan) dec. Geo Martinez (Boise State), 5-1
1. Zain Retherford, Penn State most dominant
2. Brandon Sorenson, Iowa
3. Lavion Mayes, Missouri
4. Anthony Collica, Oklahoma State
5. Mike DePalma, Kent State
6. Alec Panteleo, Michigan
7. Justin Oliver, Central Michigan
8. Geo Martinez, Boise State
157:
1st: Isaiah Martinez (Illinois) dec. Jason Nolf (Penn State), 6-5
3rd: Nick Brascetta (Virginia Tech) dec. Dylan Palacio (Cornell), 4-1
5th: Chad Walsh (Rider) by medical forfeit over Ian Miller (Kent State)
7th: Joe Smith (Oklahoma State) dec. Tommy Gantt (NC State), 6-3
1. Isaiah Martinez, Illinois beast
2. Jason Nolf, Penn State this is gonna be a great rivalry if Imar stays at 57
3. Nick Brascetta, Virginia Tech
4. Dylan Palacio, Cornell
5. Chad Walsh, Rider Great run
6. Ian Miller, Kent State
7. Joe Smith, Oklahoma State true-freshman!
8. Tommy Gantt, NC State
165:
1st: Alex Dieringer (Oklahoma State) dec. Isaac Jordan (Wisconsin), 6-2
3rd: Bo Jordan (Ohio State) dec. Daniel Lewis (Missouri), 9-7
5th: Steven Rodrigues (Illinois) dec. David McFadden (Virginia Tech), 8-5
7th: Austin Wilson (Nebraska) dec. Anthony Perrotti (Rutgers), 4-2
1. Alex Dieringer, Oklahoma State Stud
2. Isaac Jordan, Wisconsin gave a good effort in finals
3. Bo Jordan, Ohio State go up a weight class and get more aggressive
4. Daniel Lewis, Missouri
5. Steven Rodriguez, Illinois
6. David McFadden, Virginia Tech
7. Austin Wilson, Nebraska
8. Anthony Perrotti, Rutgers
174:
1st: No. 11 Myles Martin (Ohio State) dec. Bo Nickal (Penn State), 11-9
3rd: Zach Epperly (Virginia Tech) dec. Casey Kent (Pennsylvania), 8-4
5th: Nathan Jackson (Indiana) dec. Lelund Weatherspoon (Iowa State), 5-2
7th: Cody Walters (Ohio) dec. Alex Meyer (Iowa), 4-3
1. Myles Martin, Ohio State True Freshman huge, great game plan
2. Bo Nickal, Penn State great season-to confident or super aggressive game plan
3. Zach Epperly, Virginia Tech
4. Casey Kent, Penn
5. Nathan Jackson, Indiana served notice
6. Lelund Weatherspoon, Iowa State
7. Cody Walters, Ohio
8. Alex Meyer, Iowa
184:
1st: Gabe Dean (Cornell) dec. T.J. Dudley (Nebraska), 5-3
3rd: Pete Renda (NC State) tech. fall Nolan Boyd (Oklahoma State), 18-3
5th: Mathew Miller (Navy) dec. Willie Miklus (Missouri), 4-2
7th: Nate Brown (Lehigh) dec. Sammy Brooks (Iowa), 9-3
1. Gabe Dean, Cornell 2x stud
2. Tim Dudley, Nebraska great season
3. Pete Renda, NC State
4. Nolan Boyd, Oklahoma State
5. Mat Miller, Navy
6. Willie Miklis, Missouri
7. Nate Brown, Lehigh
8. Sammy Brooks, Iowa
197:
1st: J’den Cox (Missouri) dec. Morgan McIntosh (Penn State), 4-2
3rd: Brett Pfarr (Minnesota) dec. Nathan Burak (Iowa), 2-1
5th: Pat Downey (Iowa State) pinned Jared Haught (Virginia Tech), 3:48
7th: Conner Hartmann (Duke) maj. dec. Brett Harner (Princeton), 11-2
1. J’Den Cox, Missouri He’s back
2. Morgan McIntosh, Penn State reverted to the old MM the last 2 matches
3. Brett Pfarr, Minnesota
4. Nathan Burak, Iowa
5. Pat Downey, Iowa State
6. Jared Haught, Virginia Tech
7. Connor Hartmann, Duke
8. Brett Harner, Princeton
285:
1st: Kyle Snyder (Ohio State) dec. Nick Gwiazdowski (NC State), 7-5 SV
3rd: Adam Coon (Michigan) pinned Ty Walz (Virginia Tech), 7:57
5th: Amarveer Dhesi (Oregon State) pinned Austin Marsden (Oklahoma State), 1:29
7th: Michael Kroells (Minnesota) dec. Max Wessell (Lehigh), 5-2
1. Kyle Snyder, Ohio State Wow great match. I’d like to see these guys go at it again
2. Nick Gwiazdowski, NC State lost focus late?
3. Adam Coon, Michigan
4. Ty Walz, Virginia Tech wrestles like a 57lber
5. Amarveer Dhesi, Oregon State
6. Austin Marsden, Oklahoma State
7. Mike Kroells, Minnesota
8. Max Wessel, Lehigh

Most Outstanding Wrestler: Kyle Snyder
Coach of the Year: Kevin Dresser, Virginia Tech
Gorrarian Award: Mat Miller, Navy
Most Dominant: Zain Retherford
Team Scores
1. Penn State 123.0 5 out of the last 6
2. Oklahoma St. 97.5 finished much better than they started
3. Ohio St. 86.0 Pulled shirts did their job
4. Virginia Tech 82.0 Best finish ever
5. Iowa 81.0 the slide continues
6. Missouri 74.5 Brian Smith has built this program so well
7. Cornell 67.0 On the back of Garrett & Dean
8. Nebraska 58.0 For having 10 qualifiers maybe a little under expectations
9. Illinois 50.5
9. Michigan 50.5
11. NC State 49.0 They had a great dual season and will only get better
12. Iowa St. 35.0 KJ does a great job coaching these guys up. Can he get better recruits?
13. Oklahoma 33.5
14. Lehigh 31.0 Underperformance?
15. Rutgers 30.0 10 qualifiers, under performance?
16. Kent St. 28.5
17. Minnesota 26.0 Is this the beginning of the end for this former national power? I think so.
18. Wyoming 24.5
19. Stanford 24.0
20. Pennsylvania 23.5 Senior level talent scored big for highest finish in my memory
21. Oregon St. 22.0
22. Navy 21.0
23. Wisconsin 20.0
24. Rider 19.0 Chad Walsh
25. Northern Iowa 17.5
25. Old Dominion 17.5
27. American 16.0
28. Indiana 13.0
29. Ohio 12.5
29. Princeton 12.5
31. Duke 11.0
32. Bucknell 10.0
32. Central Michigan 10.0
32. Edinboro 10.0
32. North Carolina 10.0
36. Arizona St. 9.5
36. Bakersfield 9.5
38. Utah Valley 8.0
39. Pittsburgh 7.5
39. South Dakota St. 7.5
41. Appalachian St. 6.5
41. Purdue 6.5
43. Boise State 6.0
44. North Dakota St. 5.5
45. Drexel 5.0
45. Harvard 5.0
47. West Virginia 4.0
48. Buffalo 3.5
48. Virginia 3.5
50. Campbell 3.0
50. Cleveland St. 3.0
50. Columbia 3.0
50. Frank. & Marsh. 3.0
50. Gardner-Webb 3.0
50. Lock Haven 3.0
50. Northern Ill. 3.0
50. Northwestern 3.0
58. Army 2.5
58. Hofstra 2.5
60. Chattanooga 2.0
60. SIU Edwardsville 2.0
62. Air Force 1.5
62. Clarion 1.5
64. Maryland 1.0
65. Binghamton 0.5
65. Brown 0.5
65. Eastern Mich. 0.5
65. George Mason 0.5
69. Citadel 0.0
69. Michigan St. 0.0
69. VMI 0.0
72. Northern Colo. -1.0

3rd Place Bouts
125: Nathan Tomasello, Ohio St. dec. David Terao, AU, 5-3 Great match. Terao for most improved wrestler of the year. Tomasello could have folded after his loss last night but he didn’t. Character.
133: Cody Brewer, OU dec. Zane Richards, ILL 9-4 Brewer rebounded.
141: Joey McKenna, STAN dec. Anthony Ashnault, RUT 7-6 McKenna is a Freshman and looks to put Stanford back on the map.
149: Lavion Mayes, MIZZ dec. Anthony Collica, OKST 3-2. Revenge was served.
157: Nick Brascetta, VT dec. Dylan Palacio, CORN 4-1 Huge come back from surgery for Palacio, fall short.
165: Bo Jordan, OHST dec. Daniel Lewis, MIZZ 9-7 Great match. Lewis really pushed Jordan but he just wasn’t as solid in transitions.
174: Zach Epperly, VT dec. Casey Kent, PENN 8-4
184: Pete Renda, NCST tf. Nolan Boyd, OKST 18-3
197: Brett Pfarr, MINN dec. Nathan Burak, IOWA 2-1 Thank all that is just for the Pfarr victory over drying paint.
285: Adam Coon, MICH fall Ty Walz, VT 7:57 sv Making big guys fun to watch.

5th Place Bouts
125: Conor Youtsey, MICH, ff. Dylan Peters, Northern Iowa
133: Eric Montoya, NEB dec. Jordan Conaway, PSU 7-4 Bad match strategy for Conaway. Did Montoya win this or Conway lose it?
141: Chris Mecate, ODU dec. Solomon Chishko, VT 5-3
149: Mike DePalma, KENT fall Alec Pantaleo, MICH 3:29
157: Chad Walsh, RID ff. Ian Miller, KENT i ish we could have seen this one. Free Ian Miller
165: Steven Rodrigues, ILL dec. David McFadden, VT 8-5
174: Nathan Jackson, IND dec. Lelund Weatherspoon, ISU 5-2
184: Mathew Miller, NAVY dec. Willie Miklus, MIZZ 4-2
197: Patrick Downey, ISU fall Jared Haught, VT 3:48
285: Amarveer Dhesi, ORST fall Austin Marsden, OKST 1:29

7th Place Bouts
125: Ryan Millhof, OU, dec. Connor Schram, STAN, 1-0
133: Earl Hall, ISU tf. Jade Rauser, UVU 17-1
141: Joey Ward, UNC dec. Randy Cruz, LEH 3-1 sv
149: Justin Oliver, CMU dec. Geo Martinez, BSU 5-1
157: Joseph Smith, OKST dec. Thomas Gantt, NCST 6-3
165: Austin Wilson, NEB dec. Anthony Perrotti, RUT 4-2
174: Cody Walters, OHIO dec. Alex Meyer, IOWA 4-3
184: Nate Brown, LEH dec. Sammy Brooks, IOWA 9-3
197: Conner Hartmann, DUKE mdec. Brett Harner, PRIN 11-2
285: Michael Kroells, MINN dec. Max Wessell, LEH 5-2

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Semifinals Results
125: Thomas Gilman, Iowa fall. Nathan Tomasello, Ohio St. 7:37 OT Great match. Opens the door for Nico
125: Nico Megaludis, PSU dec. David Terao, AU, 8-2 Terao is maybe the most improved wrestler from last season

133: Nahshon Garrett, COR fall. Cody Brewer, OU, 0:21 The Cali-kid is on fire and feeling it. Wow.
133: Corey Clark, Iowa dec. Zane Richards, ILL, 4-3

141: Dean Heil, OKST dec. Anthony Ashnault, RUT, 8-3
141: Bryce Meredith, WYO dec. Joey McKenna, STAN, 5-3 Meredith is the biggest Cinderella of the NCAA’s.

149: Zain Retherford, PSU fall. Alec Panteleo, MICH, 4:49 Spartacus Retherford is on fire.
149: Brandon Sorenson, Iowa dec. Anthony Collica, OKST, 4-2 Too bad Sorenson is at 149 and the same eligibility as Retherford. Actually it’s not too bad. A wrestler that is so defensive deserves it.

157: Isaiah Martinez, ILL dec. Ian Miller, KSU, 7-5 Best match of the semis. Was Miller robbed again? There isn’t supposed to be reaction time for a takedown.
157: Jason Nolf, PSU tf. Chad Walsh, RID, 19-4. Shark attack Nolf does it again.

165: Alex Dieringer, OKST md. Daniel Lewis, MIZZ, 14-4 Ringer, what can I say. On another level.
165: Isaac Jordan, WISC dec. Bo Jordan, Oh St., 5-4 At least Bo took 1 shot in the match. Cousin love.

174: Bo Nickal, PSU dec. Nate Jackson, IU, 4-3. Nickal toughest test at NCAA’s ending Jackson’s Cinderella run.
174: Myles Martin, Oh St. dec. Lelund Weatherspoon, ISU, 8-2. Great call to pull Martin’s Redshirt but he’s got to have doubts going into the finals versus Nickal.

184: Gabe Dean, COR dec. Pete Renda, NCST, 9-4 Dean is one of my all time favorites.
184: Tim Dudley, NEB md. Willie Miklus, MIZZ, 12-4. Dudley’s gast tank looked fine here.

197: Morgan McIntosh, PSU dec. Nathan Burak, Iowa, 3-2. McIntosh is reverting back to his former self, not pushing the pace, not sure that’s a good thing if he wants to be a national champion.
197: J’Den Cox, MIZZ fall. Brett Pfarr, MINN, 6:28 Cox is looking fantastic!

285: Nick Gwiazdowski, dec. Adam Coon, MICH, 3-2. Gwiz isn’t looking as sharp as he needs to be to beat Snyder. I had Gwiz coming into NCAA’s.
285: Kyle Snyder, Oh. St dec. Ty Walz, VT, 10-6. Entertaining match. Yup the 285ers put on a show.
Team Scores After Quarterfinals
1. Penn State 68.5
2. Ohio St. 54.0
3. Iowa 47.0
4. Oklahoma St. 45.0
5. Missouri 41.5
6. Michigan 31.5
6. NC State 31.5
6. Nebraska 31.5
9. Cornell 28.0
9. Illinois 28.0
Semifinals my picks in bold
125: Nathan Tomasello, Ohio St. vs. Thomas Gilman, Iowa
125: Nico Megaludis, PSU vs. David Terao, AU
133: Nahshon Garrett, COR vs. Cody Brewer, OU
133: Zane Richards, ILL vs. Corey Clark, Iowa
141: Dean Heil, OKST vs. Anthony Ashnault, RUT
141: Bryce Meredith, WYO vs. Joey McKenna, STAN
149: Zain Retherford, PSU vs. Alec Panteleo, MICH
149: Anthony Collica, OKST vs. Brandon Sorenson, Iowa
157: Isaiah Martinez, ILL vs. Ian Miller, KSU rooting for Miller
157: Jason Nolf, PSU vs. Chad Walsh, RID what a tournament Walsh has had Wow.
165: Alex Dieringer, OKST vs. Daniel Lewis, MIZZ
165: Bo Jordan, Oh St. vs. Isaac Jordan, WISC
174: Bo Nickal, PSU vs. Nate Jackson, IU
174: Myles Martin, Oh St. vs. Lelund Weatherspoon, ISU
184: Gabe Dean, COR vs. Pete Renda, NCST
184: Willie Miklus, MIZZ vs. Tim Dudley, NEB
197: Morgan McIntosh, PSU vs. Nathan Burak, Iowa
197: Brett Pfarr, MINN vs. J’Den Cox, MIZZ
285: Nick Gwiazdowski, NC St. vs. Adam Coon, MICH
285: Ty Walz, VT vs. Kyle Snyder, OH. St

Quarterfinals
125: Nathan Tomasello, Ohio St. dec. Dylan Peters, UNI, 10-4
125: Thomas Gilman, Iowa md. Ryan Millhof, OU, 16-5
125: Nico Megaludis, PSU dec. Conor Youtsey, MICH, 4-0 Youtsey’s rolled stopped in its tracks
125: David Terao, AU fall. Connor Schram, STAN, 5:40 Terao is on a roll. Hawaii will be new wrestling hotbed

133: Nahshon Garrett, COR dec. Earl Hall, ISU, 5-0 Closer than I thought.
133: Cody Brewer, OU dec. Jordan Conaway, PSU, 8-4 Brewer the returning champ gets less respect than he deserves.
133: Zane Richards, ILL md. George DiCamillo, UVA, 12-4
133: Corey Clark, Iowa dec. Eric Montoya, NEB, 4-0

141: Dean Heil, OKST dec. Joey Ward, UNC, 8-3
141: Anthony Ashnault, RUT dec. Chris Mecate, ODU, 5-3 Shnaulty is dinged up I think.
141: Bryce Meredith, WYO dec. Micah Jordan, Oh St., 5-2 Did Meredith win the match or Jordan loose the match
141: Joey McKenna, STAN dec. Solomon Chishko, VT, 6-1 More seperation than I thought

149: Zain Retherford, PSU fall. Justin Oliver, CMU, 2:12 Rutherford is Spartacus!
149: Alec Panteleo, MICH fall. Matt Cimato, DREX, 3:48 Panteleo crushes the Drexel dream
149: Anthony Collica, OKST dec. Lavion Mayes, MIZZ, 3-2 Collica wins with the help of poor match strategy from Mayes.
149: Brandon Sorenson, Iowa dec. Jake Sueflohn, NEB, 4-2 OT Sorenson is saving himself or boring. You choose.

157: Isaiah Martinez, ILL dec. Nick Brascetta, VT, 6-3
157: Ian Miller, KSU dec. Brian Murphy, MICH, 6-3
157: Jason Nolf, PSU md. Joe Smith, OKST, 11-3 Great match, closer than the score but Nolf did get the bonus points this time around.
157: Chad Walsh, RID dec. Cody Pack, SDSU, 11-10 Are you kidding me? Walsh doesn’t look like Cinderella.

165: Alex Dieringer, OKST dec. Tanner Weatherman, ISU, 11-5 Ringer got taken down and looked human at times.
165: Daniel Lewis, MIZZ dec. Connor Brennan, RID, 3-0
165: Bo Jordan, Oh St. md. Steven Rodriguez, ILL, 10-2
165: Isaac Jordan, WISC dec. Austin Wilson, NEB, 3-1 Not exciting but sound fundamentals.

174: Bo Nickal, PSU md. Chandler Rogers, OKST, 15-4 Make you kids watch Nickal, seriously.
174: Nate Jackson, IU md. Jaeden Bernstein, Navy, 14-4 Jackson is peaking in March. Can he beat Nickel again?
174: Myles Martin, Oh St. dec. Matt Reed, OU, 2-0 Two Cinderella’s someone had to loose.
174: Lelund Weatherspoon, ISU dec. Cody Walters, Ohio, 5-3

184: Gabe Dean, COR dec. Nolan Boyd, OKST, 10-4 Dean gets the revenge for the loss to Boyd during the season.
184: Pete Renda, NCST dec. Zack Zavatsky, VT, 4-3
184: Willie Miklus, MIZZ md. Lorenzo Thomas, PENN,16-6
184: Tim Dudley, NEB dec. Sammy Brooks, Iowa, 9-6 Mullet goes down. Dudley has a gas tank problem that will catchup with him.

197: Morgan McIntosh, PSU md. Aaron Studebaker, NEB, 16-4 Looking solid but got into a couple of bad positions that he’s avoided all season.
197: Nathan Burak, Iowa dec. Connor Hartmann, Duke, 5-1 A little surprised by this one.
197: Brett Pfarr, MINN md. Pat Downey, ISU, 12-3
197: J’Den Cox, MIZZ dec. Brett Harner, Princeton, 6-2 Cox is looking like he did 2 seasons ago.

285: Nick Gwiazdowski, md. Max Wessel, LEH, 9-1 Is Gwiz hearing foot steps?
285: Adam Coon, MICH dec. Austin Marsden, OKST, 3-2 Closer than I thought.
285: Ty Walz, VT dec. Brooks Black, ILL, 4-1 Where has this BB been for the last couple of years?
285: Kyle Snyder, OH. St md. Amarveer Dhesi, Or. St., 16-5 Snyder looks great, like Cael Sanderson.

Quarterfinals Set Match ups below Attendance for quarters was 17,899
By School 35 schools with wrestlers in the quarters.
OKSt 7
Penn State 6
Iowa 5
Ohio State 5
Neb 5
Mich 4
ISU 4
Mizz 4
VT 3
OU 3
Ill 3
Stan 2
Cornell 2
Rider 2
NCST 2
UVA 1
UNC 1
ODU 1
Rut 1
Wyo 1
CMU 1
Drex 1
KSU 1
SDSU 1
IU 1
UNI 1
Navy 1
Ohio 1
AU 1
Penn 1
Duke 1
Minn 1
Lehigh 1
OR St 1
Princeton 1
Bold is T-W Prediction
125: Nathan Tomasello, Ohio St. vs. Dylan Peters, UNI
125: Ryan Millhof, OU vs. Thomas Gilman, Iowa
125: Nico Megaludis, PSU vs. Conor Youtsey, MICH
125: Connor Schram, STAN vs. David Terao, AU

133: Nahshon Garrett, COR vs. Earl Hall, ISU
133: Jordan Conaway, PSU vs. Cody Brewer, OU
133: Zane Richards, ILL vs. George DiCamillo, UVA
133: Eric Montoya, NEB vs. Corey Clark, Iowa

141: Dean Heil, OKST vs. Joey Ward, UNC
141: Chris Mecate, ODU vs. Anthony Ashnault, RUT
141: Bryce Meredith, WYO vs. Micah Jordan, Oh St.
141: Solomon Chishko, VT vs. Joey McKenna, STAN

149: Zain Retherford, PSU vs. Justin Oliver, CMU
149: Alec Panteleo, MICH vs. Matt Cimato, DREX
149: Lavion Mayes, MIZZ vs. Anthony Collica, OKST
149: Jake Sueflohn, NEB vs. Brandon Sorenson, Iowa

157: Isaiah Martinez, ILL vs. Nick Brascetta, VT
157: Brian Murphy, MICH vs. Ian Miller, KSU
157: Jason Nolf, PSU vs. Joe Smith, OKST
157: Cody Pack, SDSU vs. Chad Walsh, RID

165: Alex Dieringer, OKST vs. Tanner Weatherman, ISU
165: Connor Brennan, RID vs. Daniel Lewis, MIZZ
165: Bo Jordan, Oh St. vs. Steven Rodriguez, ILL
165: Austin Wilson, NEB vs. Isaac Jordan, WISC

174: Bo Nickal, PSU vs. Chandler Rogers, OKST
174: Nate Jackson, IU vs. Jaeden Bernstein, Navy
174: Matt Reed, OU vs. Myles Martin, Oh St.
174: Cody Walters, Ohio vs. Lelund Weatherspoon, ISU

184: Gabe Dean, COR vs. Nolan Boyd, OKST
184: Zack Zavatsky, VT vs. Pete Renda, NCST
184: Willie Miklus, MIZZ vs. Lorenzo Thomas, PENN
184: Tim Dudley, NEB vs. Sammy Brooks, Iowa

197: Morgan McIntosh, PSU vs. Aaron Studebaker, NEB
197: Connor Hartmann, Duke vs. Nathan Burak, Iowa
197: Brett Pfarr, MINN vs. Pat Downey, ISU
197: Brett Harner, Princeton vs. J’Den Cox, MIZZ

285: Nick Gwiazdowski, NCST vs. Max Wessel, LEH
285: Adam Coon, MICH vs. Austin Marsden, OKST
285: Ty Walz, VT vs. Brooks Black, ILL
285: Amarveer Dhesi, Or. St. vs. Kyle Snyder, Oh. St

Round 2 Attenence 17,805
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Penn State overtakes Ohio State. Oklahoma State bounces back from a disappointing round 1 and climbs into 3rd place

Team Scores
1. Penn State 27.5 Gulibon’s loss my haunt them.
2. Ohio St. 24.0 Solid round
3. Oklahoma St. 22.0 The beginning of a comeback?
4. Nebraska 19.0 right in the mix. Dudley’s win over Brown was solid.
5. Iowa 17.0 Didn’t budge this round.
6. Missouri 16.0 Could have done better
7. Virginia Tech 15.5
8. Michigan 15.0
9. Oklahoma 12.5
10. Iowa St. 12.0
10. NC State 12.0
12. Illinois 11.5
13. Cornell 10.0
14. Rutgers 9.0
15. Kent St. 8.0
15. Lehigh 8.0
17. Stanford 7.0
18. Northern Iowa 6.0
18. Old Dominion 6.0
18. Rider 6.0
21. Wyoming 5.5
22. Drexel 5.0
22. Minnesota 5.0
22. Ohio 5.0
22. Oregon St. 5.0
22. Pennsylvania 5.0
22. Wisconsin 5.0
28. Harvard 4.5
28. South Dakota St. 4.5
30. Bucknell 4.0
30. Central Michigan 4.0
30. Duke 4.0
30. Indiana 4.0
30. Navy 4.0
30. Princeton 4.0
36. Bakersfield 3.5
36. Edinboro 3.5
36. North Carolina 3.5
39. American 3.0
39. Campbell 3.0
39. Gardner-Webb 3.0
39. Pittsburgh 3.0
39. Virginia 3.0
44. Frank. & Marsh. 2.5
44. Northwestern 2.5
46. Appalachian St. 2.0
46. Arizona St. 2.0
46. Army 2.0
46. North Dakota St. 2.0
46. Northern Ill. 2.0
46. Purdue 2.0
52. Columbia 1.5
53. Boise State 1.0
53. Buffalo 1.0
53. Chattanooga 1.0
53. Clarion 1.0
53. Maryland 1.0
53. Utah Valley 1.0
53. West Virginia 1.0
60. Air Force 0.0
60. Binghamton 0.0
60. Brown 0.0
60. Citadel 0.0
60. Cleveland St. 0.0
60. Eastern Mich. 0.0
60. George Mason 0.0
60. Hofstra 0.0
60. Lock Haven 0.0
60. Michigan St. 0.0
60. Northern Colo. 0.0
60. SIU Edwardsville 0.0
60. VMI 0.0

Round 1 Attendance 17,764
Team Scores
1. Ohio St. 16.5 Pulling the shirts is working so far
2. Penn State 16.0 No 285er hurts
3. Nebraska 13.0 Lookie lookie. Manning for coach of the year?
4. Iowa 11.0 Contract extension for Brand better finish top 5
5. Michigan 10.0
5. Missouri 10.0 Most favorable 2nd round match ups
5. Oklahoma St. 10.0 Tough first round
8. NC State 9.0 Didn’t have a great first round
8. Virginia Tech 9.0
10. Illinois 6.5
10. Rutgers 6.5 Didn’t have a good opening round
12. Iowa St. 6.0
12. Lehigh 6.0
12. Oklahoma 6.0
15. Kent St. 5.0
15. Northern Iowa 5.0
15. Stanford 5.0 Cali in the house
18. Bucknell 4.0 Never get the attention a top 20 team deserves
18. Cornell 4.0 Down year but they should move up the list
18. Drexel 4.0 Biggest surprise in the top 20 ? When is the last tie Drexel was in the top 20?
18. Rider 4.0 BJ did his part. They should move up
18. Wyoming 4.0
23. Bakersfield 3.5
24. Campbell 3.0 Kolat is building here
24. Central Michigan 3.0
24. Duke 3.0
24. Edinboro 3.0 Rebuilding
24. Gardner-Webb 3.0
24. Harvard 3.0
24. Indiana 3.0
24. Minnesota 3.0
24. Ohio 3.0
24. Oregon St. 3.0
24. Pennsylvania 3.0
24. Pittsburgh 3.0
24. South Dakota St. 3.0
24. Wisconsin 3.0
38. Frank. & Marsh. 2.5
38. North Carolina 2.5
40. American 2.0
40. Appalachian St. 2.0
40. Arizona St. 2.0
40. Army 2.0
40. Navy 2.0
40. North Dakota St. 2.0
40. Northern Ill. 2.0
40. Old Dominion 2.0
40. Purdue 2.0
40. Virginia 2.0
50. Boise State 1.0
50. Buffalo 1.0
50. Chattanooga 1.0
50. Clarion 1.0
50. Columbia 1.0
50. Maryland 1.0
50. Northwestern 1.0
50. Princeton 1.0
50. Utah Valley 1.0
50. West Virginia 1.0
60. Air Force 0.0
60. Binghamton 0.0
60. Brown 0.0
60. Citadel 0.0
60. Cleveland St. 0.0
60. Eastern Mich. 0.0
60. George Mason 0.0
60. Hofstra 0.0
60. Lock Haven 0.0
60. Michigan St. 0.0
60. Northern Colo. 0.0
60. SIU Edwardsville 0.0
60. VMI 0.0

Qualifiers by home state
Complete list
Pennsylvania, Abbottstown–Jordan Conaway (Penn State) Sr
Pennsylvania, Allentown–Darian Cruz (Lehigh) So
Pennsylvania, Apollo–Matt McCutheon (Penn State) So
Pennsylvania, Benton–Colt Cotten (Buffalo) So
Pennsylvania, Benton–Zain Retherford (Benton) So
Pennsylvania, Bethel Park–Nick Bonaccorsi (Pittsburgh) Sr
Pennsylvania, Bethlehem–Randy Cruz (Lehigh) Jr
Pennsylvania, Bethlehem–Ray O’Donnell (Princeton) Jr
Pennsylvania, Biglerville–Laike Gardner (Lehigh) Jr
Pennsylvania, Broomall–Richard Durso (Franklin & Marshall) Sr
Pennsylvania, Canonsburg–Dalton Macri (Cornell) Fr
Pennsylvania, Canonsburg–Connor Schram (Stanford) So
Pennsylvania, Coatesville–Michael Boykin (NC State) So
Pennsylvania, Dover–Brooks Black (Illinois) Sr
Pennsylvania, DuBois–Geno Morelli (Penn State) Jr
Pennsylvania, DuBois–Tom Sleigh (Bucknell) So
Pennsylvania, Enola–Zach Nye (Virginia) Sr
Pennsylvania, Export–Tyler Smith (Bucknell) So
Pennsylvania, Greenville–Austin Matthews (Edinboro) So
Pennsylvania, Hamlin–Casey Fuller (Edinboro) Sr
Pennsylvania, Harleysville–Joe Stolfi (Bucknell) Sr
Pennsylvania, Harrisburg–Kenny Courts (Ohio State) Sr
Pennsylvania, Harrisburg–Tyson Dippery (Rutgers) So
Pennsylvania, Jeannette–Solomon Chishko (Virginia Tech) Fr
Pennsylvania, Jeannette–Michael DePalma (Kent State) Sr
Pennsylvania, Lancaster–Joey Goodhart (Drexel) So
Pennsylvania, Latrobe–Jimmy Gulibon (Penn State) Jr
Pennsylvania, Latrobe–Zack Zavatsky (Virginia Tech) Fr
Pennsylvania, Lewisburg–Nathaniel Brown (Lehigh) Sr
Pennsylvania, Mayport–Brock Zacherl (Clarion) Fr
Pennsylvania, Mechanicsburg–Rustin Barrick (Bucknell) Sr
Pennsylvania, Mill Hall–Tyler Buckwalter (Kent State) Sr
Pennsylvania, Milton–Ryan Solomon (Pittsburgh) So
Pennsylvania, Munhall–Michael Pavasko (Clarion) Sr
Pennsylvania, Murrysville–Nico Megaludis (Penn State) Sr
Pennsylvania, Muse–Cody Wiercioch (Pittsburgh) So
Pennsylvania, Nazareth–Zach Horan (Central Michigan) Sr
Pennsylvania, New Columbia–Ryan Preisch (Lehigh) Fr
Pennsylvania, New Cumberland–Chris Vassar (Gardner-Webb) So
Pennsylvania, New Florence–Evan Henderson (North Carolina) Sr
Pennsylvania, New Florence–Robert Henderson (North Carolina) Sr
Pennsylvania, Norristown–Zack Fuentes (Drexel) So
Pennsylvania, Norristown–Brett Harner (Princeton) Jr
Pennsylvania, Norristown–Casey Kent (Penn) Sr
Pennsylvania, Norristown–Antonio Pelusi (Franklin & Marshall) So
Pennsylvania, Northampton–Zeke Moisey (West Virginia) So
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia–Joey Galasso (Cornell) Fr
Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh–Geoff Alexander (Maryland) Sr
Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh–Te’Shan Campbell (Pittsburgh) Fr
Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh–Dom Forys (Pittsburgh) So
Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh–Lorenzo Thomas (Penn) Sr
Pennsylvania, Plymouth Meeting–John Staudenmayer (North Carolina) Sr
Pennsylvania, Plymouth Meeting–Justin Staudenmayer (Brown) Jr
Pennsylvania, Quarryville–Dan Neff (Lock Haven) Sr
Pennsylvania, Schnecksville–Mike Ottinger (Central Michigan) Sr
Pennsylvania, Schuylkill Haven–Corey Keener (Central Michigan) Jr
Pennsylvania, Seven Valleys–Phil Sprenkle (Lock Haven) Sr
Pennsylvania, Tioga–Logan Everett (Army West Point) Jr
Pennsylvania, Topton–Peter Renda (NC State) Jr
Pennsylvania, Transfer–Mason Beckman (Lehigh) Sr
Pennsylvania, Upper St. Clair–Mackenzie McGuire (Kent State) Sr
Pennsylvania, Willow Grove–John Bolich (Lehigh) Sr
Pennsylvania, Yardley–Matt Cimato (Drexel) Jr
Pennsylvania, Yatesboro–Jason Nolf (Penn State) Fr

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