Ohio State's Myles Martin will look to bounce back from his semifinal loss (Photo/Tony Rotundo, WrestlersAreWarriors.com)
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2:12 p.m. Team scores through the fifth session.
1 - Penn State 123.5
2 - Ohio State 96.5
3 - Oklahoma State 84
4 - Iowa 72
5 - Michigan 62.5
6 - Missouri 62
7 - Cornell 55.5
8 - Minnesota 53.5
9 - Nebraska 52
10 - Virginia Tech 46
11 - Rutgers 43.5
Championship bouts tonight at 7:00 p.m. on ESPN!
2:10 p.m. Last matches of the program saw Gable Steveson (Minnesota) take third, Amar Dhesi (Oregon State) take fifth, and Matt Stencel (Central Michigan) take seventh.
2:00 p.m. Finishing third at 197 was Preston Weigel (Oklahoma State), while seventh went to Jacob Warner (Iowa). The fifth place bout is going to the tiebreakers ... Josh Hokit (Fresno State) wins 7-2 in TB1 with a reversal to the back over Willie Miklus (Fresno State).
1:45 p.m. Ohio State's Myles Martin recovered from last night's absolute stunner to finish third, beating Ryan Preisch (Lehigh) 5-3 with takedowns in the first and third period. Fifth at 184 went to Emery Parker (Illinois), while Dakota Geer (Oklahoma State) took seventh.
1:35 p.m. Takedown in the first, reversal in the third yield Myles Amine (Michigan) a second straight third place finish. He beats the four-time All-American Daniel Lewis (Missouri) 4-3. This was the second straight consolation final of the same result. Amine a three-time A-A with one year to go. Seventh went to Jordan Kutler Lehigh), while it was David McFadden (Virginia Tech) finishing fifth on a very late reversal.
1:23 p.m. Chance Marsteller's circuitous college journey ends up in a third place finish and a second All-American honor for the Lock Haven wrestler. He flipped a quarterfinal loss to win 6-5 over Evan Wick (Wisconsin) at 165. Fifth went to Isaiah White (Nebraska), while Alex Marinelli (Iowa) was seventh.
1:10 p.m. Alec Pantaleo (Michigan) reversed a quarterfinal loss to take third with takedowns in the first and third period against Hayden Hidlay (N.C. State), he wins 5-2 in his third All-American finish. Finishing seventh at 157 is Christian Pagdilao (Arizona State). Kaleb Young (Iowa) took fifth with a 7-5 overtime victory.
1:00 p.m. Austin O'Connor (North Carolina) evened the season series 3-3 by sweeping the two matches this weekend against Mitch Finesilver (Duke) to win bronze at 149. Matthew Kolodzik (Princeton) fifth and Jarrett Degen (Iowa State) rallied from a mid-match deficit to upend Patricio Lugo (Iowa) for seventh.
12:50 p.m. At 141, Jaydin Eierman (Missouri) takes third place with a 2-0 decision over Dom Demas (Oklahoma); Nick Lee (Penn State) with a pin for fifth; while Kyle Shoop (Lock Haven) earns seventh.
12:38 p.m. Last year's national runner-up Stevan Micic (Michigan) finishes third by 6-1 decision with first and third period takedowns, which relegates Luke Pletcher (Ohio State) to a second straight fourth place finish. Fifth went to Austin DeSanto (Iowa), and seventh to Ethan Lizak (Minnesota).
12:25 p.m. Seventh goes to Rayvon Foley (Michigan State); fifth to Nick Piccininni (Oklahoma State), who was trailing after two periods but got the pin at the 5:29 mark; while top-seed Sebastian Rivera (Northwestern) earns third in his second All-American finish of his career at 125 pounds, a six-point reversal to the back late in the second period the difference there.
12:10 p.m. Wrapping up the consolation semifinal round, Gable Steveson (Minnesota) advances to face Jordan Wood (Lehigh) for bronze. Third, fifth, and seventh place matches follow immediately.
12:05 p.m. Myles Martin gives Ohio State a sweep of both consolation semifinals, he won 5-2 with two counter-takedowns in the third period to beat Emery Parker (Illinois). The 184 bronze medal bout will be against Preisch. For 197 bronze, it will be Patrick Brucki (Princeton) vs. Weigel.
11:58 a.m. Preston Weigel (Oklahoma State) advances to the 197 pound bronze medal match with a fall at 2:09 over Willie Miklus (Iowa State).
11:55 a.m. At 174 pounds, it'll be Daniel Lewis (Missouri) vs. Myles Amine (Michigan) for a bronze medal for the second straight year. Lewis 6-0 over David McFadden (Virginia Tech) and Amine 5-3 over Mikey Labriola (Nebraska) in the consolation semifinals. Ryan Preisch (Lehigh) beats Chip Ness (North Carolina) 3-0 in the 184 pound consolation semifinal.
11:45 a.m. Hayden Hidlay (North Carolina State) bounces back from whatever you wish to say about last night's semifinal with an 8-2 win in the 157 consolation semifinal. Three takedowns and a turn to beat Ryan Deakin (Northwestern). He faces Pantaleo in a quarterfinal rematch. The 165 consolation semifinals conclude with Evan Wick (Wisconsin) and Chance Marsteller (Lock Haven) both winning 4-3 to set up a quarterfinal rematch for bronze.
11:35 a.m. Like the championship semifinal last night, Matthew Kolodzik (Princeton) gave up the escape in the second period and was ridden out in the third period of a 2-0 loss, this one to Mitch Finesilver (Duke). Finesilver vs. O'Connor for bronze in a quarterfinal rematch, and it'll be their sixth meeting of the season. Iowa suffers another consolation semifinal loss, this one at 157, Alec Pantaleo (Michigan) winning 5-2 over Kaleb Young (Iowa).
11:32 a.m. Blake Mauller (Missouri) scored a takedown with about five seconds left to level the bout at 3-3 with Austin O'Connor (North Carolina), but O'Connor then was able to escape off the restart to win 4-3 at 149 in a consolation semifinal.
11:25 a.m. Dom Demas (Oklahoma) knocks off No. 3 seed Nick Lee (Penn State) 13-9, and will face Eierman for 141 bronze. Demas with five takedowns in that bout. Luke Pletcher (Ohio State) over Austin DeSanto (Iowa) via two third period takedowns by a 7-6 score, and will face Micic for bronze.
11:23 a.m. Jaydin Eierman (Missouri) into the consolation final with an 8-5 win over Mitch McKee (Minnesota) at 141.
11:13 a.m. Vitali Arujau (Cornell) upends second seed Nick Piccininni (Oklahoma State) 5-1 in a consolation semi, takedown in the first, reversal in the third, and riding time decide it. The other consi semi at 125 sees Sebastian Rivera (Northwestern) rally back from down 9-7 after two periods with a late six-point move to beat Patrick Glory (Princeton) 14-9.
11:10 a.m. Michigan's Stevan Micic gets the 17-4 major decision, and will move on to the third place bout at 133, while John Erneste (Missouri) drops down to the fifth place bout.
10:55 a.m. We are just about five minutes away from the consolation semifinals on three mats and then matches for third, fifth, and seventh place. Broadcast is on ESPNU.