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2022 D-I NCAA Championships

Quarterfinals are Set at the 2022 Division I NCAA Wrestling National Championships

Graphic courtesy of the NCAA. 

It’s been a wild first day inside Little Little Caesars Arena at the  2022 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships in Detroit, Michigan. Reigning NCAA champs, reigning NCAA finalists, and a plethora of former All-Americans are heading to the consolation side of the brackets before the conclusion of day number one.

That said, as we progress into day number two, we have a stellar set of quarterfinal bouts slated to get underway Friday afternoon.

Updated Brackets

Semifinal action will get underway Friday night (March 18) at 8 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

Quarterfinal Matchups

125 #1 Nick Suriano, (Michigan) vs #19 Sam Latona, (Virginia Tech)

125 #13 Killian Cardinale, (West Virginia) vs #4 Brandon Courtney, (Arizona State)

125 #3 Pat Glory, (Princeton) vs #12 Brandon Kaylor, (Oregon State)

125 #8 Michael Deaugustino, (Northwestern) vs #2 Vito Arujau, (Cornell)

133 #1 Roman Bravo-Young, (Penn State) vs HM Brian Courtney, (Virginia)

133 #3 Austin DeSanto, (Iowa) vs #4 Korbin Myers, (Virginia Tech)

133 #5 Michael McGee, (Arizona State) vs #6 Dylan Ragusin  (Michigan)

133 #9 Chris Cannon, (Northwestern) vs #2 Daton Fix, (Oklahoma State)

141 #1 Nick Lee, (Penn State) vs Grant Willits, (Oregon State)

141 #21 CJ Composto, (Penn) vs #4 Real Woods, (Stanford)

141 #3 Sebastian Rivera, (Rutgers) vs #9 Cole Matthews, (Pittsburgh)

141 #10 Jake Bergland, (Minnesota) vs #14 Kizhan Clarke, (North Carolina)

149 #1 Yianni Diakomihalis, (Cornell) vs #10 Max Murin, (Iowa)

149 #7 Kyle Parco, (Arizona State) vs #4 Sammy Sasso, (Ohio State)

149 #3 Austin Gomez , (Wisconsin) vs #6 Bryce Andonian, (Virginia Tech)

149 #5 Ridge Lovett, (Nebraska) vs #2 Tariq Wilson, (NC State)

157 #17 Hunter Willits, (Oregon State) vs #9 Will Lewan, (Michigan)

157 #4 Quincy Monday, (Princeton) vs #6 Ed Scott, (NC State)

157 #3 Jacori Teemer, (Arizona State) vs #5 Jared Franek, (North Dakota State)

157 #8 Josh Humphreys, (Lehigh) vs #2 Ryan Deakin, (Northwestern)

165 #1 Evan Wick, (California Poly) vs #13 Peyton Hall, (West Virginia)

165 #3 Shane Griffith, (Stanford) vs #5 Dean Hamiti, (Wisconsin)

165 #4 Alex Marinelli, (Iowa) vs #7 Cameron Amine, (Michigan)

165 #6 Carson Kharchla, (Ohio State) vs #2 Keegan O’Toole, (Missouri)

174 #1 Carter Starocci, (Penn State) vs #7 Mikey Labriola, (Nebraska)

174 #4 Michael Kemerer, (Iowa) vs #5 Hayden Hidlay, (NC State)

174 #2 Logan Massa, (Michigan) vs #9 Dustin Plott, (Oklahoma State)

174 #8 Clay Lautt, (North Carolina) vs #3 Mekhi Lewis, (Virginia Tech)

184 #1 Myles Amine, (Michigan) vs #15 Zach Braunagel, (Illinois)

184 #6 Bernie Truax, (California Poly) vs #4 Parker Keckeisen, (Northern Iowa)

184 #3 Trent Hidlay, (NC State) vs #5 Trey Munoz, (Oregon State)

184 #8 Kaleb Romero, (Ohio State) vs #2 Aaron Brooks, (Penn State)

197 #1 Max Dean, (Penn State) vs #13 Lou DePrez, (Binghamton)

197 #20 Gavin Hoffman, (Ohio State) vs #9 Jake Woodley, (Oklahoma)

197 #3 Eric Schultz, (Nebraska) vs #5 Jacob Warner, (Iowa)

197 #8 Rocky Elam, (Missouri) vs #2 Stephen Buchanan, (Wyoming)

285 #1 Gable Steveson, (Minnesota) vs #10 Lucas Davison, (Northwestern)

285 #14 Christian Lance, (Nebraska) vs #3 Greg Kerkvliet, (Penn State)

285 #2 Tony Cassioppi, (Iowa) vs #6 Jordan Wood, (Lehigh)

285 #4 Mason Parris, (Michigan) vs #5 Cohlton Schultz, (Arizona State)

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