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Out with a Bang

While some of it was expected, the 2019 Finals produced some magical moments. Two legendary teammates went out with their 3rd titles, Rutgers crowned their first ever national champions, Spencer & Yianni are now two for two, and a star was born in Mekhi Lewis.

Penn State won their 8th title in 9 years, but with Nolf and Nickal graduating, we head into next season wondering if the Cael rocket ship of glory comes anywhere near orbit.

1st: Spencer Lee (Iowa) dec. Jack Mueller (Virginia), 5-0
3rd: Sebastian Rivera (Northwestern) dec. Vito Arujau (Cornell), 8-3
5th: Nick Piccininni (Oklahoma State) pinned Pat Glory (Princeton), 5:29
7th: RayVon Foley (Michigan State) dec. Ronnie Bresser (Oregon State), 7-4

1st: Nick Suriano (Rutgers) dec. Daton Fix (Oklahoma State), 4-2 SV
3rd: Stevan Micic (Michigan) dec. Luke Pletcher (Ohio State), 6-1
5th: Austin DeSanto (Iowa) dec. John Erneste (Missouri), 11-6
7th: Ethan Lizak (Minnesota) dec. Roman Bravo-Young (Penn State), 8-5

1st: Yianni Diakomihalis (Cornell) dec. Joey McKenna (Ohio State), 6-4 SV
3rd: Jaydin Eierman (Missouri) dec. Dom Demas (Oklahoma), 2-0
5th: Nick Lee (Penn State) pinned Mitch McKee (Minnesota), 3:22
7th: Kyle Shoop (Lock Haven) maj. dec. Chad Red (Nebraska), 11-3

1st: Anthony Ashnault (Rutgers) dec. Micah Jordan (Ohio State), 9-4
3rd: Austin O`Connor (North Carolina) dec. Mitch Finesilver (Duke), 7-5
5th: Matthew Kolodzik (Princeton) dec. Brock Mauller (Missouri), 10-6
7th: Jarrett Degen (Iowa State) dec. Pat Lugo (Iowa), 11-9

1st: Jason Nolf (Penn State) maj. dec. Tyler Berger (Nebraska), 10-2
3rd: Alec Pantaleo (Michigan) dec. Hayden Hidlay (NC State), 5-3
5th: Kaleb Young (Iowa) dec. Ryan Deakin (Northwestern), 7-5
7th: Christian Pagdilao (Arizona State) dec. Larry Early (Old Dominion), 3-2

1st: Mekhi Lewis (Virginia Tech) dec. Vincenzo Joseph (Penn State), 7-1
3rd: Chance Marsteller (Lock Haven) dec. Evan Wick (Wisconsin), 6-5
5th: Isaiah White (Nebraska) dec. Josh Shields (Arizona State), 8-4
7th: Alex Marinelli (Iowa) dec. Bryce Steiert (Northern Iowa), 9-3

1st: Zahid Valencia (Arizona State) dec. Mark Hall (Penn State), 4-3
3rd: Myles Amine of (Michigan) dec. Daniel Lewis (Missouri), 4-3
5th: David McFadden (Virginia Tech) dec. Mikey Labriola (Nebraska), 4-3
7th: Jordan Kutler (Lehigh) dec. Devin Skatzka (Minnesota), 5-1

1st: Drew Foster (Northern Iowa) dec. Max Dean (Cornell), 6-4
3rd: Myles Martin (Ohio State) dec. Ryan Preisch (Lehigh), 5-3
5th: Emery Parker (Illinois) dec. Chip Ness (North Carolina), 11-5
7th: Dakota Geer (Oklahoma State) dec. Zack Zavatsky (Virginia Tech), 5-4

1st: Bo Nickal (Penn State) dec. Kollin Moore (Ohio State), 5-1
3rd: Preston Weigel (Oklahoma State) dec. Patrick Brucki (Princeton), 7-1
5th: Josh Hokit (Fresno State) dec. William Miklus (Iowa State), 7-2 TB1
7th: Jacob Warner (Iowa) dec. Ben Honis (Cornell), 8-4

1st: Anthony Cassar (Penn State) maj. dec. Derek White (Oklahoma State), 10-1
3rd: Gable Steveson (Minnesota) dec. Jordan Wood (Lehigh), 4-0
5th: Amar Dhesi (Oregon State) dec. Youssif Hemida (Maryland), 5-2
7th: Matt Stencel (Central Michigan) dec.Trent Hillger (Wisconsin), 3-1