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2022 D-I NCAA Championships

Meet every 2022 Division I Wrestling All-American

Pictured: A Look inside Little Caesars Arena before the start of the 222 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships in Detroit, Michigan, March 17-19, 2022. Photo by Sam Janicki / @SJanickiPhoto

Session V is officially in the books inside Little Little Caesars Arena at the  2022 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships in Detroit, Michigan.

With that, all 80 All-Americans  and  the 2022 NCAA team champion (Penn State) have been crowned. Only 10 matches remain as every 2022 NCAA finalist will fight for the top spot on the podium. 

 

HERE ARE ALL 80 2022 DIVISION I NCAA ALL-AMERICANS 

 

125

 

Finals: No. 1 Nick Suriano (Michigan) vs. No. 3 Pat Glory (Princeton)

3rd – Vito Arujau (Cornell)

4th – Michael DeAugustino (Northwestern)

5th – Patrick McKee (Minnesota)

6th – Brandon Courtney (Arizona State)

7th – Eric Barnett (Wisconsin)

8th – Brandon Kaylor (Oregon State)

 

133

 

Finals: No. 1 Roman Bravo-Young (Penn State) vs. Daton Fix (Oklahoma State)

3rd – Austin DeSanto (Iowa)

4th – Michael McGee (Arizona State)

5th – Lucas Byrd (Illinois)

6th – Korbin Myers (Virginia Tech)

7th – Chris Cannon (Northwestern)

8th – Devan Turner (Oregon State)

 

141

 

Finals: No. 1 Nick Lee (Penn State) vs. No. 15 Kizhan Clarke (North Carolina)

3rd – Sebastian Rivera (Rutgers)

4th – Grant Willits (Oregon State)

5th – Cole Matthews (Pittsburgh)

6th – Real Woods (Stanford)

7th – Jake Bergeland (Minnesota)

8th – CJ Composto (Penn)

 

149

 

Finals: No. 1 Yianni Diakomihalis (Cornell) vs. No. 10 Ridge Lovett (Nebraska)

3rd – Bryce Andonian (Virginia Tech)

4th – Austin Gomez (Wisconsin)

5th – Sammy Sasso (Ohio State)

6th – Jonathan Millner (Appalachian State)

7th – Tariq Wilson (NC State)

8th – Kyle Parco (Arizona State)

 

157

 

Finals: No. 2 Ryan Deakin (Northwestern) vs. No. 5 Quincy Monday (Princeton)

3rd – David Carr (Iowa State)

4th – Peyton Robb (Nebraska)

5th – Will Lewan (Michigan)

6th – Jacori Teemer (Arizona State)

7th – Hunter Willits (Oregon State)

8th – Austin O’Connor (North Carolina)

 

165

 

Finals: No. 3 Keegan O’Toole (Missouri) vs. No. 5 Shane Griffith (Stanford)

3rd – Evan Wick (Cal Poly)

4th – Cam Amine (Michigan)

5th – Alex Marinelli (Iowa)

6th – Dean Hamiti (Wisconsin)

7th – Carson Kharchla (Ohio State)

8th – Peyton Hall (West Virginia)

 

174

 

Finals: No. 1 Carter Starocci (Penn State) vs. No. 2 Mekhi Lewis (Virginia Tech)

3rd – Hayden Hidlay (NC State)

4th – Michael Kemerer (Iowa)

5th – Logan Massa (Michigan)

6th – Dustin Plott (Oklahoma State)

7th – Mikey Labriola (Nebraska)

8th – Clay Lautt (North Carolina)

 

184

 

Finals: No. 1 Aaron Brooks (Penn State) vs. No. 2 Myles Anime (Michigan)

3rd – Parker Keckeisen (Northern Iowa)

4th – Bernie Truax (Cal Poly)

5th – Trent Hidlay (NC State)

6th – Kaleb Romero (Ohio State)

7th – Marcus Coleman (Iowa State)

8th – Jonathan Loew (Cornell)

 

197

 

Finals: No. 1 Max Dean (Penn State) vs. Jacob Warner (Iowa)

3rd – Stephen Buchanan (Wyoming)

4th – Rocky Elam (Missouri)

5th – Yonger Bastida (Iowa State)

6th – Gavin Hoffman (Ohio State)

7th – Eric Schultz (Nebraska)

8th – Greg Bulsak (Rutgers)

 

285

 

Finals: No. 1 Gable Steveson (Minnesota) vs. No. 2  Cohlton Schultz (Arizona State)

3rd – Jordan Wood (Lehigh)

4th – Greg Kerkvliet (Penn State)

5th – Mason Parris (Michigan)

6th – Lucas Davison (Northwestern)

7th – Tony Cassioppi (Iowa)

8th – Christian Lance (Nebraska)

 

Updated  Brackets and Team Results 

The NCAA D-I Finals will get underway Saturday evening (March 19) at 7 PM ET on ESPN. 

 

2022 NCAA WRESTLING TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

 

ON SITE SCHEDULE: 
All times in Eastern Time

DAY DATE DOORS OPEN SESSION STARTS
Thursday March 17 10:30am  12pm
Thursday March 17 5:30pm 7pm
Friday March 18 9:30am 11am
Friday March 18 6:30pm 8pm
Saturday Mach 19 9:30am 11am
Saturday March 19 5:30pm 7pm

 TV SCHEDULE: 

DAY DATE TIME DURATION PRODUCTION
Thursday March 17 12pm 3:30 ESPNU
Thursday March 17 7pm 3:30 ESPN
Friday March 18 11am 3:00 ESPNU
Friday March 18 8:00pm 3:00 ESPN
Saturday Mach 19 11am  3:00 ESPNU
Saturday March 19 7pm 3:00 ESPN

 

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