Penn State's Bo Nickal works for this stunning fall over Iowa's Sammy Brooks in 184 pound semifinal action. Nickal went on to defeat 2-time NCAA champ Gabe Dean in the final.

PENN STATE WINS 

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS 

 Penn State's Zain Retherford (28-0) won his second NCAA title and was voted the Outstanding Wrestler. The Nittany Lions crowned 5 champions tying the record set by Iowa (1986 & 1997) and Oklahoma State (2005). Penn State had the tournament locked up before the start of the final round.

J'den Cox (28-0) of Missouri works for a takedown in this 197 pound semifinal win. Cox, an Olympic medalist, won his third NCAA title. The Missouri Tigers finished fifth in the team standings.

CURRENT

NCAA

RANKINGS

FROM INTERMAT

 

 

4X NYS Champion

Jacori Teemer (178-5)  Recently won a NHSCA  Jr. Title & the Flo Nationals at 132.

Ohio State's

Kyle Snyder  (17-0) won his second NCAA crown to go along with is Olympic Gold medal and World Championship. The Buckeyes finished second in the team scoring.

NITTANY LIONS TIE RECORD CROWNING 5 CHAMPS

NEW YORK STATE

NCAA DIVISION I

ALL-AMERICANS:


Nick Piccininni (Okla St)

4th - 125 lbs.


Dylan Palacio (Cornell)

6th - 157 lbs.


Brian Realbuto (Cornell)

5th - 174 lbs.


Iowa's Cory Clark picked up this late takedown in his semifinal win, he then went on to win the coveted 133-pound crown.

SUFFOLK WINS NYS TOURNAMENT



NCAA HOST SITES

2019- Pittsburgh, PA

2020- Minneapolis, MN

2021- St.Louis, MO

2022- Detroit, MI






Adam Busiello of ESM battles Anthony Cirillo of Rocky Point in the 120 pound final. Busiello won his third NYS title with a second period fall. As Section XI (Suffolk County) won the tournament again.

 JIM & TONY NORDLAND TO BE INDUCTED INTO THE NATIONAL WRESTLING HALL OF FAME

FRIDAY, APRIL 28

at the Melville Marriott - 6 PM


4X NYS Champion

Vito Arujau (216-1)

 Has been named the Inter Mat HS Wrestler of the Year

The Cornell-bound Arujau is a projected NCAA 141-pounder.

Oklahoma State's Dean Heil  (32-0)works for a near fall en route to winning his second NCAA title at 141 pounds.

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In Memoriam

NCAA TOP TEN

   

      1. Penn State (146.5 pts.)      

        2. Ohio State (110)                   

 3. Oklahoma State (103)  

 4. Iowa  (97)                        

  5. Missouri (86.5)               

  6. Virginia Tech (63)          

     7. Minnesota (62.5)              

      8. Cornell (60.5)                      

9. Nebraska (59.5)           

 10. Michigan (47.5)