2017 NCAA D1 Wrestling Final Medalists and Team Scores

The 87th NCAA D1 Wrestling Championships has crowned ten national champions, and Penn State has won their sixth national team title in seven years.   The top 30 teams and the eight All-American medalists for the ten weight classes are detailed below.

2017 NCAA Division One Wrestling Championships
US National Collegiate Athletic Association
Scottrade Center, St. Louis, MO USA
Thursday, March 16 – Saturday, March 18, 2017

Final Team Scores – 3/18/2017 (Top 30 of 69)

1 – 146.5 – Penn State, PA (PSU)
2 – 110.0 – Ohio State, OH (OHST)
3 – 103.0 – Oklahoma State, OK (OKST)
4 – 97.0 – Iowa, IA (IOWA)
5 – 86.5 – Missouri, MO (MIZZ)
6 – 63.5 – Virginia Tech, VA (VT)
7 – 62.5 – Minnesota, MN (MINN)
8 – 60.5 – Cornell, NY (COR)
9 – 59.5 – Nebraska, NE (NEB)
10 – 47.5 – Michigan, MI (MICH)
11 – 43.5 – Illinois, IL (ILL)
12 – 40.0 – Lehigh, PA (LEH)
13 – 39.5 – Wisconsin, WI (WISC)
14 – 39.0 – Arizona State, AZ (ASU)
15 – 29.5 – Virginia, VA (UVA)
16 – 28.5 – South Dakota State, SD (SDSU)
17 – 26.0 – NC State, NC (NCST)
18 – 25.5 – Northern Iowa, IA (UNI)
19 – 24.5 – Rutgers, NJ (RUT)
20 – 20.5 – Edinboro, PA (EDIN)
21 – 20.0 – Rider, NJ (RID)
21 – 20.0 – Wyoming, WY (WYO)
23 – 19.5 – Central Michigan, MI (CMU)
24 – 16.0 – Stanford, CA (STAN)
25 – 15.5 – Princeton, NJ (PRIN)
26 – 13.5 – Appalachian State, NC (APP)
26 – 13.5 – Old Dominion, VA (ODU)
28 – 12.5 – Oregon State, OR (ORST)
29 – 12.0 – SIUE, IL (SIUE)
30 – 11.5 – Northern Illinois, IL (NIU)

 

All-American Medalists: 1st through 8th Place

125
1st: Darian Cruz (Lehigh)
2nd: Ethan Lizak (Minnesota)
3rd: Thomas Gilman (Iowa)
4th: Nicholas Piccininni (Oklahoma State)
5th: Joey Dance (Virginia Tech)
6th: Jack Mueller (Virginia)
7th: Sean Russell (Edinboro)
8th: Nathan Kraisser (Campbell)

133
1st: Cory Clark (Iowa)
2nd: Seth Gross (South Dakota State)
3rd: Nathan Tomasello (Ohio State)
4th: Stevan Micic (Michigan)
5th: Kaid Brock (Oklahoma State)
6th: Eric Montoya (Nebraska)
7th: Zane Richards (Illinois)
8th: Scotty Parker (Lehigh)

141
1st: Dean Heil (Oklahoma State)
2nd: George DiCamillo (Virginia)
3rd: Kevin Jack (NC State)
4th: Bryce Meredith (Wyoming)
5th: Jaydin Eierman (Missouri)
6th: Anthony Ashnault (Rutgers)
7th: Matthew Kolodzik (Princeton)
8th: Thomas Thorn (Minnesota)

149
1st: Zain Retherford (Penn State)
2nd: Lavion Mayes (Missouri)
3rd: Brandon Sorensen (Iowa)
4th: Micah Jordan (Ohio State)
5th: Max Thomsen (Northern Iowa)
6th: Solomon Chishko (Virginia Tech)
7th: Kenny Theobold (Rutgers)
8th: Alex Kocer (South Dakota State)

157
1st: Jason Nolf (Penn State)
2nd: Joey Lavallee (Missouri)
3rd: Michael Kemerer (Iowa)
4th: Joseph Smith (Oklahoma State)
5th: Tyler Berger (Nebraska)
6th: Dylan Palacio (Cornell)
7th: Paul Fox (Stanford)
8th: Sal Mastriani (Virginia Tech)

165
1st: Vincenzo Joseph (Penn State)
2nd: Isaiah Martinez (Illinois)
3rd: Logan Massa (Michigan)
4th: Isaac Jordan (Wisconsin)
5th: Chandler Rogers (Oklahoma State)
6th: Daniel Lewis (Missouri)
7th: Chad Walsh (Rider)
8th: Brandon Womack (Cornell)

174
1st: Mark Hall (Penn State)
2nd: Bo Jordan (Ohio State)
3rd: Zahid Valencia (Arizona State)
4th: Myles Amine (Michigan)
5th: Brian Realbuto (Cornell)
6th: Zac Brunson (Illinois)
7th: Kyle Crutchmer (Oklahoma State)
8th: Jake Residori (SIUE)

184
1st: Bo Nickal (Penn State)
2nd: Gabe Dean (Cornell)
3rd: TJ Dudley (Nebraska)
4th: Sammy Brooks (Iowa)
5th: Myles Martin (Ohio State)
6th: Nolan Boyd (Oklahoma State)
7th: Drew Foster (Northern Iowa)
8th: Nathan Jackson (Indiana)

197
1st: J`den Cox (Missouri)
2nd: Brett Pfarr (Minnesota)
3rd: Kollin Moore (Ohio State)
4th: Jared Haught (Virginia Tech)
5th: Aaron Studebaker (Nebraska)
6th: Preston Weigel (Oklahoma State)
7th: Ryan Wolfe (Rider)
8th: Kevin Beazley (Old Dominion)

285
1st: Kyle Snyder (Ohio State)
2nd: Connor Medbery (Wisconsin)
3rd: Tanner Hall (Arizona State)
4th: Ty Walz (Virginia Tech)
5th: Nick Nevills (Penn State)
6th: Jacob Kasper (Duke)
7th: Michael Kroells (Minnesota)
8th: Denzel Dejournette (Appalachian State)