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Big Ten Championships Quarterfinal Results

The Rutgers Athletic Center is hosting the 2020 Big Ten Championships (Photo/Sam Janicki, SJanickiPhoto.com)

125:
No. 1 Spencer Lee (Iowa) pinned No. 19 Nicolas Aguilar (Rutgers), 2:53
No. 17 Jack Medley (Michigan) dec. Justin Cardani (Illinois), 9-4 TB2
No. 12 Michael DeAugustino (Northwestern) dec. Brandon Meredith (Penn State), 8-2
No. 6 Devin Schroder (Purdue) tech. fall Alex Thomsen (Nebraska), 15-0 3:40

133:
No. 1 Seth Gross (Wisconsin) dec. Joey Silva (Michigan), 10-7
No. 5 Sebastian Rivera (Northwestern) dec. No. 7 Travis Piotrowski (Illinois), 9-4
No. 3 Austin DeSanto (Iowa) dec. No. 13 Ridge Lovett (Nebraska), 1-0
No. 2 Roman Bravo-Young (Penn State) dec. No. 9 Sammy Alvarez (Rutgers), 5-2

141:
No. 1 Nick Lee (Penn State) pinned Parker Filius (Purdue), 0:37
No. 7 Chad Red (Nebraska) dec. No. 11 Tristan Moran (Wisconsin), 10-4
No. 8 Mitchell McKee (Minnesota) dec. No. 5 Max Murin (Iowa), 3-1
No. 2 Luke Pletcher (Ohio State) dec. No. 18 Dylan Duncan (Illinois), 11-5

149:
No. 1 Sammy Sasso (Ohio State) dec. No. 19 Yahya Thomas (Northwestern), 5-4
No. 8 Kanen Storr (Michigan) dec. No. 18 Graham Rooks (Indiana), 3-2
No. 7 Brayton Lee (Minnesota) by injury default over Gerard Angelo (Rutgers), 4-1 3:21
No. 2 Pat Lugo (Iowa) maj. dec. No. 20 Collin Purinton (Nebraska), 11-3

157:
No. 1 Ryan Deakin (Northwestern) maj. dec. Michael Van Brill (Rutgers), 9-1
No. 8 Will Lewan (Michigan) dec. Ryan Thomas (Minnesota), 3-1
No. 7 Kendall Coleman (Purdue) dec. Elijah Cleary (Ohio State), 3-2
No. 18 Peyton Robb (Nebraska) dec. No. 6 Kaleb Young (Iowa), 3-2

165:
No. 1 Vincenzo Joseph (Penn State) maj. dec. Drew Hughes (Michigan State), 16-5
No. 5 Isaiah White (Nebraska) dec. No. 18 Ethan Smith (Ohio State), 5-2
No. 17 Shayne Oster (Northwestern) pinned Diego Lemley (Indiana), 2:28
No. 2 Alex Marinelli (Iowa) maj. dec. No. 12 Danny Braunagel (Illinois), 14-2

174:
No. 1 Michael Kemerer (Iowa) pinned Layne Malczewski (Michigan State), 1:43
No. 6 Devin Skatzka (Minnesota) dec. No. 7 Michael Labriola (Nebraska), 6-2
No. 4 Dylan Lydy (Purdue) dec. No. 8 Kaleb Romero (Ohio State), 4-2
No. 2 Mark Hall (Penn State) tech. fall No. 13 Joey Gunther (Illinois), 16-0 4:12

184:
No. 6 Aaron Brooks (Penn State) maj. dec. No. 19 Owen Webster (Minnesota), 15-4
No. 10 Taylor Venz (Nebraska) dec. No. 16 Billy Janzer (Rutgers), 9-3
No. 8 Abe Assad (Iowa) maj. dec. No. 13 Rocky Jordan (Ohio State), 8-0
No. 7 Cameron Caffey (Michigan State) maj. dec. No. 15 Zachary Braunagel (Illinois), 14-3

197:
No. 1 Kollin Moore (Ohio State) maj. dec. Jackson Striggow (Michigan), 18-5
No. 18 Lucas Davison (Northwestern) dec. No. 7 Christian Brunner (Purdue), 7-3
No. 19 Shakur Rasheed (Penn State) dec. No. 4 Jacob Warner (Iowa), 3-1
No. 3 Eric Schultz (Nebraska) pinned Hunter Ritter (Minnesota), 2:52

285:
No. 2 Mason Parris (Michigan) pinned Luke Luffman (Illinois), 0:28
No. 6 Trent Hillger (Wisconsin) dec. No. 15 David Jensen (Nebraska), 7-2
No. 3 Anthony Cassioppi (Iowa) dec. No. 16 Gary Traub (Ohio State), 4-0
No. 1 Gable Steveson (Minnesota) pinned Alex Esposito (Rutgers), 1:29

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