QUARTERFINAL RESULTS


125- Thomas Gilman (Iowa) pinned Nick Piccininni (Okla St) 6:04

         Darian Cruz (Lehigh) dec. Sean Fausz (NCSt) 5-2

         Ethan Lizak (Minnesota) tech fall  Freddie Rodriguez (SIUE) 15-0

         Jack Mueller (Virginia) dec. Joey Dance (Virginia Tech) 4-2


133- Nate Tomasello (Ohio St) dec.  Zane Richards (Illlinois) 3-1

         Cory Clark (Iowa) dec. Steven Micic (Michigan) 6-4

         Kaid Brock (Okla St) dec.  Bryan Lantry (Buffalo) 7-3

         Seth Gross (SDSU) maj.dec. Eric Montoya (Nebraska) 11-1


141- Dean Heil (Okla St) dec.  Jaydin Eieman (Missouri) 6-5

         Anthony Ashnault (Rutgers) dec. Matthew Kolodzik (Princeton) 6-2

         George DiCamillo (Virginia) dec. Thomas Thorn (Minnesota) 5-2

         Bryce Meredith(Wyoming) dec. Kevin Jack (NCState) 6-5

149- Zain Retherford (Penn St) tech fall Alex Koser (SDSU) 19-2

         Brandon Sorensen (Iowa) dec. Micah Jordan (Ohio St) 3-0

         Lavion Mayes (Missouri) dec. Solomon Chishko (Virginia Tech) 4-2

         Max Thomsen (UNI) dec.  Kenny Theobold (Rutgers) 5-1


157- Jason Nolf (Penn St) pinned Bryant Clagon (Rider) 4:07

         Joe Smith (Okla St) vs Tyler Berger (Nebraska) dec. Joe Smith (Okla St) 6-2

         Joey Lavallee (Missouri) dec. Paul Fox (Stanford) 6-2

         Dylan Palacio (Cornell) pinned Michael Kemmerer (Iowa) 3:28


165- Isaiah Martinez (Illinois) dec. Chandler Rogers (Okla St) 10-5

         Issac Jordan (Wisconsin) dec.  Chad Walsh (Rider) 6-4

         Vincenzo Joseph (Penn St) dec. Daniel Lewis (Missouri) 6-5

         Logan Massa (Michigan) maj. dec. Anthony Valencia (Arizona St) 9-0


174- Zahid Valencia (Ariz St) dec. Myles Amine (Michigan) 14-8

         Mark Hall (Penn St) maj.dec. Zavh Epperly (Virg Tech) 10-2

         Bo Jordan (Ohio St) dec. Alex Meyer (Iowa) 4-3

         Brian Realbuto (Cornell ) pinned Zac Brunson (Illinois) 1"12


184- Gabe Dean (Cornell) dec.  Jack Dechow (Old Dominion) 4-3 OT

         Nolan Boyd (Okla St) dec.  Drew Foster (UNI) 11-7

         Sammy Brooks (Iowa) pinned Emery Parker (Illlinois) 1:01

         Bo Nickal (Penn St) pinned BJ Dudley (Nebraska) 4:33


197- J'den Cox (Missouri) maj.dec. Ryan Wolfe (Rider) 10-1

         Jared Haught (Virg Tech) maj. dec. Matt McCutcheon (Penn St) 13-5

         Kollin Moore (Ohio St) maj.dec. Preston Weigel (Okla St) 13-5

         Brett Pfarr (Minn) dec. Kevin Beazley (Old Dominion) 6-0


285- Kyle Snyder (Ohio St) dec.  Michael Kroells (Minn) 13-7

         Jacob Kasper (Duke) dec.  Nick Nevillis (Penn St) 3-1

         Ty Walz (Virg Tech) maj.dec. Jared Jennings (NW) 15-4

         Connor Medbery (Wisconsin) dec. Tanner Hall (Arizona St) 5-3


Mat Notes:

   The lone returning NCAA champion that didn't advanced to the quarterfinal round was Ohio State's Myles Martin (28-8) who dropped an action-packed 14-9 decision to Emery Parker (Illinois) at 184 pounds. New York natives that advanced to the quarterfinals were Nick Piccininni (24-6) of Okla State at 125, Buffalo's Bryan Lantry (22-5) at 133 and Cornell teammates Dylan Palacio (10-1) and Brian Realbuto (25-1) who posted two tech falls at 174. Palacio (Long Beach HS), a returning All-American faces second-seeded Michael Kemmerer (29-2) of Iowa in a quarterfinal battle at 157 pounds. Of the 330 wrestlers in the NCAA field there are still ten unbeatens: Gilman, Tomasello, Heil, Retherford, Nolf, Martinez, Valencia, Dean, Cox and Snyder. Their are eight sets of brothers at the 2017 NCAA meet, including the Valencias out of California and now Arizona State: Anthony at 165 and top-seeded Zahid (35-0) at 174 pounds. The attendance for each session on Day One was 18,157 true fans.

       



Iowa's top seeded Thomas Gilman takes down Oklahoma State's Nick Piccininni. Gilman won by fall in this 125 pound quarterfinal.

Ohio State's

Kyle Snyder  advanced to tonight's semifinals and helped his team take over second place.

Cornell's 2nd seeded

Brian Realbuto 

picked up a fall over Zac Brunson of Illinois at 174 pounds.

In NCAA quarterfinal action Penn State's Bo Nikal works for this stunning fall over BJ Dudley of Nebraska at 184 pounds as coach Cael Sanderson looks on.

Oklahoma State's Dean Heil works for a takedown in his 6-5 win over Jaydin Eiman of Missouri at 141 pounds.

2017

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

QUARTERFINAL UPDATE  

Cornell's 7th seeded

Dylan Palacio pinned  2nd seeded Michael Kremmerer in the 157 pound quarterfinal.