Iowa's Spencer Lee picked up an upset pin over Ohio State's Nathan Tomasello.
Yianni Diakomihalis from Cornell avenged an earlier season loss to Jaydin Eierman of Missouri.
Vincenzo Joseph kept a great Penn State semifinal round going with his win at 165 pounds.
NCAA DIVISION I CHAMPIONSHIPS SEMIFINALS
Kyle Snyder of Ohio State advanced into the 285 pounds final.
Seth Gross scores a pin at 133 pounds.
Bo Nickal of Penn State showed his dominance at 184 pounds.
125- Nick Suriano (Rutgers) dec. Darian Cruz (Lehigh) 2-0
Spencer Lee (Iowa) pinned Nathan Tomasello (Ohio State) 6:04
133- Seth Gross (SDakota St) pinned Tarif Wilson (NC State) 7:16
Stevan Micic (Michigan) dec. Luke Pletcher (Ohio State) 8-4
141- Yianni Diakomihalis (Cornell) dec. Jaydin Eierman (Missouri) 6-4 OT
Bryce Meredith (Wyoming) dec. Joey McKenna (Ohio State) 1-0
149- Zain Retherford (Penn State) dec. Troy Heilmann (NCarolina) 10-4
Ronald Perry (Lock Haven) dec. Matthew Kolodzik (Princeton) 5-3
157- Jason Nolf (Penn State) tech fall Micah Jordan (Ohio State) 16-0
Hayden Hidlay (NCState) maj.dec. Alec Pantaleo (Michigan) 10-2
165- Isaiah Martinez (Illinois) dec. Alec Marinelli (Iowa) 5-2
Vincenzo Joseph (Penn State) dec. David McFadden (Virginia Tech) 3-1
174- Zahid Valencia (Arizona State) dec. Myles Amine (Michigan) 7-5
Mark Hall (Penn State) pinned Daniel Lewis (Missouri) 6:22
184- Bo Nickal (Penn State) dec. Domenic Abounder (Michigan) 6-3
Myles Martin (Ohio State) dec. Zachary Zavatsky (Virginia Tech) 8-4
197- Michael Macchiavello (NC State) pinned Kyle Conel (Kent State) 4:23
Jared Haught (Virginia Tech) pinned Ben Darmstadt (Cornell) 5:39
285- Kyle Snyder (Ohio State) dec. Jacob Kasper (Duke) 10-4
Adam Coon (Michigan) dec. Amar Dhesi (Oregon State) 4-2
Jason Nolf from Penn State overcame a late season injury to roll into the finals at 157 pounds.
NC State's Michael Macchiavello scores a second period fall at 197.
Unbeaten Zain Retherford of Penn State lifts Troy Heilmann from UNC en route to a 10-4 win.
Top seed Zahid Valencia of Arizona State and three-time California state champion advanced to the finals at 174 pounds.