The NCAA College Wrestling Championships reach their final day on Saturday, March 19 (3/19/2022) with 10 championship bouts scheduled across weight classes.
The tournament has been running since Thursday, with Penn State jumping out to an early and sizable lead. Things kept looking up for Penn on Friday, with Nick Lee becoming Penn State’s first ever five-time All-American in the quarterfinals, before taking down Real Woods 3-2 later in the day to advance to the finals.
Elsewhere in the brackets, Cornell’s Yianni Diakomihalis is on track to become a three-time individual champion. The top-seeded 149-pound wrestler beat Ohio State’s Sammy Sasso to advance to a final against Nebraska’s Ridge Lovett.
Here’s how to tune in.
What: NCAA College Wrestling Championships finals
When: Saturday, Mar. 19
Where: Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, Michigan
Time: 7:00 p.m. ET
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