Favorites largely took over in the quarterfinal round as the team favorites, Penn State, have begun to distance themselves. Here are the results and tonight's semi's will begin at 8pm Eastern.
Terao looked to be on his way to be taken down off a single to a body lock, but he threw a lefty headlock for the pin.
No. 1 Nathan Tomasello (Ohio State) dec. No. 9 Dylan Peters (Northern Iowa), 10-4
No. 4 Thomas Gilman (Iowa) maj. dec. No. 5 Ryan Millhof (Oklahoma), 16-5
No. 3 Nico Megaludis (Penn State) dec. Conor Youtsey (Michigan), 4-0
No. 15 David Terao (American) pinned No. 10 Connor Schram (Stanford), 5:41
Garrett vs Brewer one was a lot of fun to watch. This one should be as well.
No. 1 Nahshon Garrett (Cornell) dec. No. 8 Earl Hall (Iowa State), 5-0
No. 4 Cody Brewer (Oklahoma) dec. No. 5 Jordan Conaway (Penn State), 8-4
No. 3 Zane Richards (Illinois) dec. No. 6 George DiCamillo (Virginia), 12-4
No. 2 Cory Clark (Iowa) dec. No. 7 Eric Montoya (Nebraska), 4-0
Meredith may have finished off the Buckeye hopes of repeating as he continues his run. He has the ability to knock off McKenna so don't assume anything in the semi.
No. 1 Dean Heil (Oklahoma State) dec. No. 8 Joey Ward (North Carolina), 8-3
No. 4 Anthony Ashnault (Rutgers) dec. No. 12 Chris Mecate (Old Dominion), 5-4
No. 14 Bryce Meredith (Wyoming) dec. No. 6 Micah Jordan (Ohio State), 5-2
No. 2 Joey McKenna (Stanford) dec. No. 7 Solomon Chishko (Virginia Tech), 6-1
Collica is having the tournament many expected he would have before the season began.
No. 1 Zain Retherford (Penn State) pinned No. 9 Justin Oliver (Central Michigan), 2:13
No. 5 Alex Pantaleo (Michigan pinned No. 4 Matt Cimato (Drexel), 3:49
No. 11 Anthony Collica (Oklahoma State) dec. No. 3 Lavion Mayes (Missouri), 3-2
No. 2 Brandon Sorensen (Iowa) dec. No. 7 Jake Sueflohn (Nebraska), 4-2 SV2
Taylor Walsh, last year's 165 finalist for Indiana, taught his brother some tricks as he is equally fun to watch. I would pay solid money to watch Imar vs Ian Miller but luckily I'm already going to be there!
No. 1 Isaiah Martinez (Illinois) dec. No. 8 Nick Brascetta (Virginia Tech), 6-3
No. 4 Ian Miller (Kent State) dec. No. 12 Brian Murphy (Michigan), 6-3
No. 3 Jason Nolf (Penn State) maj. dec. No. 6 Joe Smith (Oklahoma State), 11-3
No. 15 Chad Walsh (Rider) dec. No. 7 Cody Pack (South Dakota State), 11-10
No surprises here.
No. 1 Alex Dieringer (Oklahoma State) dec. No. 9 Tanner Weatherman (Iowa State), 11-5
No. 4 Daniel Lewis (Missouri) dec. No. 12 Connor Brennan (Rider), 3-0
No. 3 Bo Jordan (Ohio State) maj. dec. No. 6 Steven Rodrigues (Illinois), 10-2
No. 2 Isaac Jordan (Wisconsin) dec. No. 10 Austin Wilson (Nebraska), 3-1
Bo Nickal will not face anything better than a 9-seed this weekend, but his semi is against the guy who gave him his one career loss.
No. 1 Bo Nickal (Penn State) maj. dec. No. 9 Chandler Rogers (Oklahoma State), 15-4
No. 12 Nate Jackson (Indiana) dec. Jadaen Bernstein (Navy), 2-0
No. 11 Myles Martin (Ohio State) dec. Matt Reed (Oklahoma), 2-0
Lelund Weatherspoon (Iowa State) dec. No. 7 Cody Walters (Ohio), 5-3
Dean avenged his one loss of the season in dominating fashion. Renda is having himself a tournament beating Abounader and Zavatsky. TJ Dudley got revenge from the Big Ten tournament with a huge 4-point tilt being the difference.
No. 1 Gabe Dean (Cornell) dec. No. 8 Nolan Boyd (Oklahoma State), 10-4
No. 13 Pete Renda (NC State) dec. No. 5 Zack Zavatsky (Virginia Tech), 4-3
No. 14 Willie Miklus (Missouri) maj. dec. No. 11 Lorenzo Thomas (Penn), 16-6
No. 7 T.J. Dudley (Nebraska) dec. No. 2 Sammy Brooks (Iowa), 9-6
After falling behind early in the round of 16, McIntosh was ready for this match. Burak gets another shot at him in a rematch of the Big Ten final.
No. 1 Morgan McIntosh (Penn State) maj. dec. No. 8 Aaron Studebaker (Nebraska), 16-4
No. 4 Nathan Burak (Iowa) dec. No. 5 Conner Hartmann (Duke), 5-2
No. 3 Brett Pfarr (Minnesota) maj. dec. Pat Downey (Iowa State), 12-3
No. 2 J'den Cox (Missouri) dec. No. 7 Brett Harner (Princeton), 6-0
Coon got revenge over Marden, who beat him last season. The top 4 dream 285 finish is in tact. NCAA final rematch on one half, and Snyder vs the most athletic heavy he has faced yet in Ty Walz.
No. 1 Nick Gwiazdowski (NC State) maj. dec. No. 8 Max Wessell (Lehigh), 9-1
No. 5 Adam Coon (Michigan) dec. No. 4 Austin Marsden (Oklahoma State), 3-2
No. 3 Ty Walz (Virginia Tech) dec. Brooks Black (Illinois), 4-1
No. 2 Kyle Snyder (Ohio State) maj. dec. No. 7 Amarveer Dhesi (Oregon State), 16-5