NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018: Final results, scores, brackets, standings

NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018 have concluded. National champion Penn State surged past Ohio State to win the team title. Find the results, scores, brackets and standings below.

In the last matchup Ohio State’s Kyle Snyder beat Michigan’s Adam Coon at 285 pounds.

NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018: Final results, brackets

125 pounds

  1. SPENCER LEE (IOWA)
  2. Nick Suriano (Rutgers)
  3. Nathan Tomasello (Ohio State)
  4. Ethan Lizak (Minnesota)
  5. Darian Cruz (Lehigh)
  6. Sebastian Rivera (Northwestern)
  7. Ronnie Bresser (Oregon State)
  8. Zeke Moisey (West Virginia

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133 pounds

  1. SETH GROSS (SOUTH DAKOTA STATE)
  2. Stevan Micic (Michigan)
  3. Tariq Wilson (N.C. State)
  4. Luke Pletcher (Ohio State)
  5. Kaid Brock (Oklahoma State)
  6. Scott Delvecchio (Rutgers)
  7. Scott Parker (Lehigh)
  8. Montorie Bridges (Wyoming)

141 pounds

  1. YIANNI DIAKOMIHALIS (CORNELL)
  2. Bryce Meredith (Wyoming)
  3. Joey McKenna (Ohio State)
  4. Jaydin Eierman (Missouri)
  5. Nick Lee (Penn State)
  6. Kevin Jack (N.C. State)
  7. Chad Red (Nebraska)
  8. Sa’Derian Perry (Eastern Michigan)

149 pounds

  1. ZAIN RETHERFORD (PENN STATE)
  2. Ronald Perry (Lock Haven)
  3. Matthew Kolodzik (Princeton)
  4. Troy Heilmann (North Carolina)
  5. Brandon Sorensen (Iowa)
  6. Grant Leeth (Missouri)
  7. Jason Tsirtsis (Arizona State)
  8. Boo Lewallen (Oklahoma State)

157 pounds

  1. JASON NOLF (PENN STATE)
  2. Hayden Hidlay (N.C. State)
  3. Tyler Berger (Nebraska)
  4. Michael Kermer (Iowa)
  5. Alec Pantaleo (Michigan)
  6. Micah Jordan (Ohio State)
  7. Joshua Shields (Arizona State)
  8. Luke Zilverberg (South Dakota State)

165 pounds

  1. VINCENZO JOSEPH (PENN STATE)
  2. Isaiah Martinez (Illinois)
  3. Evan Wick (Wisconsin)
  4. Chance Martsteller (Lock Haven)
  5. David McFadden (Virginia Tech)
  6. Alex Marinelli (Iowa)
  7. Jonathon Chavez (Cornell)
  8. Chandler Rogers (Oklahoma State)

174 pounds

  1. ZAHID VALENCIA (ARIZONA STATE)
  2. Mark Hall (Penn State)
  3. Myles Amine (Michigan)
  4. Daniel Lewis (Missouri)
  5. Bo Jordan (Ohio State)
  6. Jordan Kutler (Lehigh)
  7. David Kocer (South Dakota State)
  8. Jacobe Smith (Oklahoma State)

184 pounds

  1. BO NICKAL (PENN STATE)
  2. Myles Martin (Ohio State)
  3. Emory Parker (Illinois)
  4. Taylor Venz (Nebraska)
  5. Domenic Abounader (Michigan)
  6. Zachary Zavatsky (Virginia Tech)
  7. Chip Ness (North Carolina)
  8. Maxwell Dean (Cornell)

197 pounds

  1. MICHAEL MACCHIAVELLO (N.C. STATE)
  2. Jared Haught (Virginia Tech)
  3. Kyle Conel (Kent State)
  4. Kollin Moore (Ohio State)
  5. Jacob Holschlag (Northern Iowa)
  6. Ben Darmstadt (Cornell)
  7. Shakur Rahseed (Penn State)
  8. Willie Miklus (Missouri)

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285 pounds

  1. KYLE SNYDER (OHIO STATE)
  2. Adam Coon (Michigan)
  3. Amar Dhesi (Oregon State)
  4. Jacob Kasper (Duke)
  5. Samuel Stoll (Iowa)
  6. Mike Hughes (Hofstra)
  7. Nick Nevills (Penn State)
  8. Youssif Hemida (Maryland)

NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018: Scores, standings

Teams standings

  1. Penn State — 141.5
  2. Ohio State — 134.5
  3. Iowa — 97
  4. Michigan and N.C. State — 80

NCAA Wrestling Championships 2018: Format

A total of 330 wrestlers competed in 10 weight classes: 125 pounds, 133 pounds, 141 pounds, 149 pounds, 157 pounds, 165 pounds, 174 pounds, 184 pounds, 197 pounds, heavyweight. There are individual national champions, with top-8 finishers in the double-elimination format named All-Americans.

  • Session I: Thursday, March 15; 12 p.m. ET on ESPNU
  • Session II: Thursday, March 15; 7 p.m. on ESPN
  • Session III: Friday, March 16: 11 a.m. on ESPNU
  • Session IV: Friday, March 16: 8 p.m. on ESPN
  • Session V: Saturday, March 17: 11 a.m. on ESPNU
  • Session VI: Saturday, March 17: 8 p.m. on ESPN2

Here’s a more specific breakdown of the schedule by session:

  • Session I (Eight Mat Configuration): Pigtails, First-Round competition
  • Session II (Eight Mat Configuration): Preliminaries (wrestle-back prelims as needed), Wrestle-back First Round; followed by Championship Round, Second round, Consolation round
  • Session III (Eight Mat Configuration): Quarterfinals on middle four mats; Wrestle-back Second and Third Rounds on outside mats
  • Session IV (Six Mat “Dog Bone” Configuration): Semifinals on two inside mats (one weight at a time), wrestle-back Fourth Round on outside four mats; followed by Wrestle-back Fifth Round on all six mats
  • Session V (Three Mat Configuration): Wrestle-back Semifinals on all three mats; Followed by Third, Fifth, Seventh place medal round matches
  • Session VI (One Championship Mat): Championship weight class finals; Individual weight class awards

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