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    Wrestlers Who Earned Allocations But Need At-Large Berths

    As the conference tournaments have started and action has taken place wrestlers have clinched berths to the 2024 NCAA Championships. On the other side of the coin, there are wrestlers that we know who did not hit their qualification targets. These are the wrestlers that earned allocations for their respective conferences, yet did not earn automatic qualifying status and will be forced to rely on at-large berths. 

    This list will be updated regularly, as needed. 

    125 lbs

    Brandon Kaylor (Oregon State)

    Jack Maida (American)

    Anthony Molton (Campbell)

    Stevo Poulin (Northern Colorado)

    Diego Sotelo (Harvard)

     

    133 lbs

    Blake Boarman (Chattanooga)

    Nic Bouzakis (Ohio State)

    Michael Colaiocco (Penn)

    Julian Farber (Northern Iowa)

    Mason Leiphart (Franklin & Marshall)

    Kade Moore (Missouri)

    Vince Santaniello (Pittsburgh)

    Tyler Wells (Minnesota)
     

    141 lbs

    Vince Cornella (Cornell)

    Jack Gioffre (Virginia)

    Jordan Titus (West Virginia)

     

    149 lbs

    Noah Castillo (Chattanooga)

    Alek Martin (South Dakota State)

    Jude Swisher (Penn)

     

    157 lbs

    Bryce Andonian (Virginia Tech)

    Matt Bianchi (Little Rock)

    Michael Blockhus (Minnesota)

    Alejandro Herrera-Rondon (Clarion)

    Vince Zerban (Northern Colorado)
     

    165 lbs

    Cael Carlson (Oklahoma)

    Derek Fields (NC State)

    Noah Mulvaney (Bucknell)

    Garrett Thompson (Ohio)

     

    174 lbs

    Luca Augustine (Pittsburgh)

    Tyler Brennan (Little Rock)

    Noah Fox (Franklin & Marshall)

    Sal Perrine (Ohio)

    Carter Starocci (Penn State)

    Danny Wask (Navy)
     

    184 lbs

    Mikey Bartush (Bucknell)

    Will Feldkamp (Iowa State)

    Max Hale (Penn)

    Matt Zuber (Northern Illinois)

     

    197 lbs

    Evan Bockman (Utah Valley)

    John Crawford (Franklin & Marshall)

    Andy Smith (Virginia Tech)
     

    285 lbs

    Jacobi Jackson (Northern Illinois)

    Seth Nevills (Maryland)

    Trevor Tinker (Cal Poly)

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    133 Blake Boarman, Chattanooga 

    (As the 3-seed, loses a 5-4 last-minute heartbreaker to App St's 2-seed Oakley, then is up 8-0 on Garder-Webb's 4-seed Lane in the consi semi's and gets put to his back and pinned. He beat both guys in the duals.)

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    133 Madrigal, Illinois 

    Upset in the 6/11 match by Norris of Purdue. Then has to face 3-seed Bouzakis in the consi's because of the Teske seeding ridiculousness. Two and out for Madrigal.

    That's Colaiocco, Leiphart, Boarman, Madrigal at 133 already. Loser of Big Ten 3-seed Bouzakis vs 4-seed Van Dee on the way too (again, because of the Teske issue). That's 5.  Only 6 at-larges available.

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