Legend and team scores
1. Penn State (PSU) 178.5, 2. Oklahoma State (OkSt) 158, 3. Missouri (Mo)147.5, 4. Minnesota (Minn) 139.5, 5. Cornell (Cor) 136, 6. Virginia (UVa) 109.5, 7. Ohio (O) 64.5, 8. Air Force (AF) 62.5, 9. Arizona State (AS) 58, 10. Army (Army) 48, 11. The Citadel (Cit) 45, 12. Navy (Navy) 42, 13. Old Dominion (ODU) 32.5, 14. Chattanooga (UTC) 31.5, 15. American University (AU) 25.5, 16. Duke (Duke) 23.5, 17. Campbell (Camp) 20.5, 18. Appalachian State (App) 18.5, 19. South Dakota State (SDSt) 17.5, 20. Cleveland State (CS) 15.5, 21. North Carolina State (NCSt) 15, 22. North Carolina (UNC) 12, 23. Northern Colorado (NColo) 8.5, 24. Boston University (BU) 8.
For first: Nico Megaludis (PSU) dec. Matt Snyder (Uva), 7-4;
for third: Nahshon Garrett (Cor) major dec. Josh Martinez (AF), 17-5;
for fifth: Jerome Robinson (ODU) dec. Rob Deutsch (ODU), 4-2;
for seventh: Eric Montoya (Camp) dec. David Terao (AU), 4-2 OT.
For first: John Morrison (OkSt) dec. Chris Dardanes (Minn), 3-2 ;
for third: Nathan mcCormick (Mo) pinned James Gulibon (PSU), 4:44;
for fifth: Mark Grey (Una) dec. Jordan Thome (Army), 2-0;
for seventh: George DiCamillo (UVa) medical forfeit over Zach Watson (Una/UVa).
For first: Michael Nevinger (Cor) dec. Undrakhb Khishignya (Cit), 3-2;
for third: Nick Dardanes (Minn) dec. Chris Mecate (ODU), 10-4;
for fifth: Conner Hanafee (Army) dec. Julian Feikert (OkSt), 7-4;
for seventh: Dean Pavlou (UTC) dec. Bryan Pearsall (PSU), 4-2.
For first: Jordan Oliver (OkSt) major dec. Cole VonOhlen (AF), 20-8;
for third: James English (PUS) dec. Drake Houdashelt (Mo), 5-2 ;
for fifth: Chris Villalonga (Cor) medical forfeit over Dylan Ness (Minn);
for seventh: Luke Frey (PSU) dec. Justin Walraven (SDSt), 4-3.
For first: Jedd Moore (UVa) dec. James Volrath (PSU), 3-1 OT;
for third: Alex Dieringer (OkSt) dec. Kyle Brdley (Mo), 3-2;
for fifth: Daniel Zilverberg (Minn) dec. Spartak Chino (O), 11-8;
for seventh: Robert Burg (Navy) dec. Matthew Frisch (Cit), 7-6.
For first: Kyle Dake (Cor) dec. David Taylor (PSU), 3-2;
for third: Tyler Caldwell (OkSt) dec. Nick Sulzer (Va), 5-2;
for fifth: Zach Toal (Mo) pinned Zach Strickland (App), 2:12;
for seventh: Cody Yohn (Minn) dec. Harrison Hightower (O), 5-2.
For first: Chris Perry (OkSt) dec. Logan Storley (Minn), 7-6;
for third: Matthew Brown (PSU) dec. Jon Fausey (UVa), 10-3;
for fifth: Todd Porter (Mo) by medical forfeit over Blake Stauffer (AS);
for seventh: Cody Walters (O) dec. Marshall Peppelman (Cor), 4-1.
For first: Ed Ruth (PSU) dec. Steve Bosak (Cor), 7-3;
for third: Kevin Steinhaus (M9nn) dec. Mike Larson (Mo), 7-3;
for fifth: Chris Chionuma (OkSt) dec. Kevin Radford (AS), 9-3;
for seventh: John Eblen (Mo) dec. Mason Bailey (Navy), OT.
For first: Quentin Wright (PSU) pinned Jake Meredith (AS), 5:34;
for third: Brent Haynes (Mo) dec. Phillip Wellington (O), 4-3;
for fifth: Scott Schiller (Minn) dec. Conner Hartmann (Duke), 8-3;
for seventh: Jace Bennett (Cor) dec. Josh Mohr (AF), 9-3.
For first: Dom Bradley (Mo) dec. Anthony Nelson (Minn), 2-1 OT;
for third: Nick Gwiazdowski (NCSt) medical forfeit over Ala Gelogaev (OkSt);
for fifth: Jeremy Johnson (O) medical forfeit over Oddie Delaney (Cit);
for seventh: James Lawson (PSU) pinned Levi Cooper (AS), 6:11.
Ward Gossett is an assistant sports editor and writer for the Times Free Press. Ward has a long history in Chattanooga journalism. He actually wrote a bylined story for the Chattanooga News-Free Press as a third-grader. He Began working part-time there in 1968 and was hired full time in 1970. Ward now covers high school athletics, primarily football, wrestling and baseball and University of Tennessee at Chattanooga wrestling. Over a 40-year career, he has covered ...
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