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NCAA Championships Day 3 Thread: Session V - Consolation Semis + Medal Matches

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Info: 

  • Session 5- Three Mat Configuration
  • Wrestle-Back Semifinals on all three mats.
  • Followed by third, fifth and seventh place medal round matches.
  • Begins 11AM Eastern

Flo Brackets (results only)

TrackWrestling

Printable Brackets

Team Standings After Session IV:

1. Penn State, 108, 5 CH, 1 CONS

2. Michigan, 84.5, 2 CH, 4 CONS

3. Arizona State, 63.5, 1 CH, 4 CONS

4. Iowa, 62, 1 CH, 4 CONS

5. Nebraska 54, 1 CH, 4 CONS

 

Your 2022 Finals Match-ups: 

125: (1) Suriano v. (3) Glory 

133: (1) Bravo-Young v. (2) Fix

141: (1) Lee v. (15) Clarke

149: (1) Diakomihalis v. (10) Lovett 

157: (5) Monday v. (2) Deakin

165: (5) Griffith v. (2) O'Toole

174: (1) Starroci v. (2) Lewis

184: (1) Amine v. (2) Brooks 

197: (1) Dean v. (6) Warner

285: (1) Steveson v. (2) Schultz 

 

Your other 2022 All-Americans (placements TBD):

listed in alphabetical order with seed... wrestling for 7/8...

125: (2) Arujau, (6) Barnett,  (4) Courtney, (10) DeAugustino, (11) Kaylor, (8) McKee

133: (7) Byrd, (10) Cannon, (5) DeSanto, (3) McGee, (4) Myers, (11) Turner

141: (10) Bergeland, (12) Composto, (8) Matthews, (3) Rivera, (8) Willits, (4) Woods

149: (11) Andonian, (3) Gomez, (6) Millner, (5) Parco, (4) Sasso, (2) Wilson 

157: (1) Carr, (8) Lewan, (11) O'Connor, (10) Robb, (3) Teemer, (17) Willits

165: (6) Amine, (9) Hall, (4) Hamiti, (7) Kharchla, (3) Marinelli, (1) Wick

174: (4) Hidlay, (5) Kemerer, (9) Labriola, (10) Lautt, (3) Massa, (6) Plott,

184: (8) Coleman, (3) Hidlay, (4) Keckeisen,  (11) Loew, (7) Romero, (5) Truax

197: (10) Bastida, (2) Buchanan, (14) Bulsak, (7) Elam, (21) Hoffman, (3) Schultz

285: (3) Cassioppi, (8) Davison, (4) Kerkvliet, (12) Lance, (7) Parris, (6) Wood

 

Misc. notes: 

- Eight 1-seeds made it to the finals

- Every final features either a 1-seed or 2-seed 

- Four weights feature the 1-seed v. the 2-seed (133, 174, 184, & 285)

-  15-seed Kizhan Clarke (UNC) @ 141lbs is the lowest seeded wrestler to advance to the finals followed by 10-seed Ridge Lovett (Nebraska) @ 149lbs

- Only two weights (157 & 197--true before the tournament) are guaranteed to produce a new NCAA Champion. 

Cohlton Schultz (ASU) is still the current leading tournament scorer with 20 points (4 wins; 2 falls, 2 decisions) 

- 14 different wrestling programs will be represented in the finals 

- of the 20 finalists, 11 are from the Big 10--with 5 coming from Penn State 

- 3 schools have multiple finalists (PSU with 5, Princeton and Michigan with 2) 

- 165lbs is the only weight to feature no finalists from the Big 10

- 165lbs is also the only weight that may produce a freshman national champion 

- of the 20 finalists, 3 are first time All-Americans (Clarke, Lovett, & Monday) 

- of the 20 finalists, 3 have already captured Senior World-Level medals (Fix, Amine, and Steveson)

- of the 20 finalists, 11 have already been to an NCAA finals with 9 being former NCAA Champions 

- of the 10 finals match-ups, 5 are fresh match-ups that have yet to occur at the NCAA level (125, 141, 165, 174, and 285)

- 133lbs is the only repeat finals match-up from previous NCAA tournaments 

-174lbs is the only finals match-up between two former NCAA Champions; thus, it is the only weight guaranteed to not produce a new NCAA Champion 

 

Team Race Notes: (technically, there's a chance.... essentially, it's over). 

- Penn State currently has a 23.5 point lead over Michigan

- Both teams still have 6 wrestlers alive in the tournament

- Wrestlers in the finals have the potential to score 0 - 6 more team points (4 placement points available, 2 activity points available). Penn State has 5 (30 points). Michigan has 2 (12 points)

- Wrestlers in the conso-semis have the potential score 0 - 8.5 more team points (4 placement points available, 4 activity points available, .5 advancement points available). Penn State has 1 (8.5 points). Michigan has 4 (34 points). 

- Penn State's maximum potential points is 146.5

- Michigan's maximum potential points is 130.5 

- Penn State and Michigan have 1 H2H match-up in the conso-semis: Kerkvliet vs. Parris

- The 4 Michigan wrestlers needs to score 24 points + match any points scored by Kerkvliet in Session V to take the lead

- To put into perspective how wide the gap is, consider these scenarios: 

- in the hypothetical event Kerkvliet loses out and all 4 Michigan wrestlers in the conso-semis win without any bonus activity points, Michigan would still be trailing by 5.5 points heading into Session VI. 

- in the hypothetical event Kerkvliet loses out, all remaining 6 Michigan wrestlers win through without bonus activity points, any 1 of RBY, Lee, Starroci, or Dean winning their finals match secures the Penn State victory. 

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, goStanford18 said:

Info: 

  • Session 5- Three Mat Configuration
  • Wrestle-Back Semifinals on all three mats.
  • Followed by third, fifth and seventh place medal round matches.
  • Begins 11AM Eastern

Flo Brackets (results only)

TrackWrestling

Printable Brackets

Team Standings After Session IV:

1. Penn State, 108, 5 CH, 1 CONS

2. Michigan, 84.5, 2 CH, 4 CONS

3. Arizona State, 63.5, 1 CH, 4 CONS

4. Iowa, 62, 1 CH, 4 CONS

5. Nebraska 54, 1 CH, 4 CONS

 

Your 2022 Finals Match-ups: 

125: (1) Suriano v. (3) Glory 

133: (1) Bravo-Young v. (2) Fix

141: (1) Lee v. (15) Clarke

149: (1) Diakomihalis v. (10) Lovett 

157: (5) Monday v. (2) Deakin

165: (5) Griffith v. (2) O'Toole

174: (1) Starroci v. (2) Lewis

184: (1) Amine v. (2) Brooks 

197: (1) Dean v. (6) Warner

285: (1) Steveson v. (2) Schultz 

 

Your other 2022 All-Americans (placements TBD):

listed in alphabetical order with seed... wrestling for 7/8...

125: (2) Arujau, (6) Barnett,  (4) Courtney, (10) DeAugustino, (11) Kaylor, (8) McKee

133: (7) Byrd, (10) Cannon, (5) DeSanto, (3) McGee, (4) Myers, (11) Turner

141: (10) Bergeland, (12) Composto, (8) Matthews, (3) Rivera, (8) Willits, (4) Woods

149: (11) Andonian, (3) Gomez, (6) Millner, (5) Parco, (4) Sasso, (2) Wilson 

157: (1) Carr, (8) Lewan, (11) O'Connor, (10) Robb, (3) Teemer, (17) Willits

165: (6) Amine, (9) Hall, (4) Hamiti, (7) Kharchla, (3) Marinelli, (1) Wick

174: (4) Hidlay, (5) Kemerer, (9) Labriola, (10) Lautt, (3) Massa, (6) Plott,

184: (8) Coleman, (3) Hidlay, (4) Keckeisen,  (11) Loew, (7) Romero, (5) Truax

197: (10) Bastida, (2) Buchanan, (14) Bulsak, (7) Elam, (21) Hoffman, (3) Schultz

285: (3) Cassioppi, (8) Davison, (4) Kerkvliet, (12) Lance, (7) Parris, (6) Wood

 

Misc. notes: 

- Eight 1-seeds made it to the finals

- Every final features either a 1-seed or 2-seed 

- Four weights feature the 1-seed v. the 2-seed (133, 174, 184, & 285)

-  15-seed Kizhan Clarke (UNC) @ 141lbs is the lowest seeded wrestler to advance to the finals followed by 10-seed Ridge Lovett (Nebraska) @ 149lbs

- Only two weights (157 & 197--true before the tournament) are guaranteed to produce a new NCAA Champion. 

Cohlton Schultz (ASU) is still the current leading tournament scorer with 20 points (4 wins; 2 falls, 2 decisions) 

- 14 different wrestling programs will be represented in the finals 

- of the 20 finalists, 11 are from the Big 10--with 5 coming from Penn State 

- 3 schools have multiple finalists (PSU with 5, Princeton and Michigan with 2) 

- 165lbs is the only weight to feature no finalists from the Big 10

- 165lbs is also the only weight that may produce a freshman national champion 

- of the 20 finalists, 3 are first time All-Americans (Clarke, Lovett, & Monday) 

- of the 20 finalists, 3 have already captured Senior World-Level medals (Fix, Amine, and Steveson)

- of the 20 finalists, 11 have already been to an NCAA finals with 9 being former NCAA Champions 

- of the 10 finals match-ups, 5 are fresh match-ups that have yet to occur at the NCAA level (125, 141, 165, 174, and 285)

- 133lbs is the only repeat finals match-up from previous NCAA tournaments 

-174lbs is the only finals match-up between two former NCAA Champions; thus, it is the only weight guaranteed to not produce a new NCAA Champion 

 

Team Race Notes: (technically, there's a chance.... essentially, it's over). 

- Penn State currently has a 23.5 point lead over Michigan

- Both teams still have 6 wrestlers alive in the tournament

- Wrestlers in the finals have the potential to score 0 - 6 more team points (4 placement points available, 2 activity points available). Penn State has 5 (30 points). Michigan has 2 (12 points)

- Wrestlers in the conso-semis have the potential score 0 - 8.5 more team points (4 placement points available, 4 activity points available, .5 advancement points available). Penn State has 1 (8.5 points). Michigan has 4 (34 points). 

- Penn State's maximum potential points is 146.5

- Michigan's maximum potential points is 130.5 

- Penn State and Michigan have 1 H2H match-up in the conso-semis: Kerkvliet vs. Parris

- The 4 Michigan wrestlers needs to score 24 points + match any points scored by Kerkvliet in Session V to take the lead

- To put into perspective how wide the gap is, consider these scenarios: 

- in the hypothetical event Kerkvliet loses out and all 4 Michigan wrestlers in the conso-semis win without any bonus activity points, Michigan would still be trailing by 5.5 points heading into Session VI. 

- in the hypothetical event Kerkvliet loses out, all remaining 6 Michigan wrestlers win through without bonus activity points, any 1 of RBY, Lee, Starroci, or Dean winning their finals match secures the Penn State victory. 

 

 

 

Out of gratitude for this I would have rooted for Griffith tonight even if he wasn't already my favorite wrestler.  

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31 minutes ago, Mphillips said:

I wouldn't disagree, but how do you know this?

Same place I got all my info on what rounds were on ESPN/U/+....  And what downstream providers carried what content.  Gold.

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5 minutes ago, drag it said:

Out of gratitude for this I would have rooted for Griffith tonight even if he wasn't already my favorite wrestler.  

You needed to quote the entire OP to make that statement???

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3 minutes ago, bnwtwg said:

Woods/Rivera is looking like one of the best matches of the tournament going into the 3rd. Easily could have been the finals tonight...

Woods isn’t aggressive enough when facing top guys , needs a go to shot he trusts in big matches 

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