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NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships Quarterfinal Results

Oklahoma State's A.J. Ferrari defeated Iowa's Jacob Warner in the quarterfinals (Photo/Tony Rotundo, WrestlersAreWarriors.com)

125:
No. 1 Spencer Lee (Iowa) maj. dec. No. 9 Devin Schroder (Purdue), 10-2
No. 4 Drew Hildebrandt (Central Michigan) dec. No. 5 Brody Teske (Northern Iowa), 4-2 SV1
No. 3 Brandon Courtney (Arizona State) dec. No. 6 Jakob Camacho (NC State), 4-2
No. 7 Taylor LaMont (Utah Valley) dec. No. 2 Sam Latona (Virginia Tech), 7-4

133:
No. 1 Daton Fix (Oklahoma State) pinned No. 8 Chris Cannon (Northwestern)
No. 4 Austin DeSanto (Iowa) maj. dec. No. 5 Micky Phillippi (Pittsburgh), 13-5
No. 3 Korbin Myers (Virginia Tech) dec. No. 6 Matt Schmitt (Missouri), 1-0
No. 2 Roman Bravo-Young (Penn State) dec. No. 10 Louie Hayes (Virginia), 4-1

141:
No. 1 Jaydin Eierman (Iowa) pinned No. 9 Dresden Simon (Central Michigan), 3:49
No. 4 Tariq Wilson (NC State) dec. No. 21 Real Woods (Stanford), 3-1
No. 3 Sebastian Rivera (Rutgers) dec. No. 6 Allan Hart (Missouri), 7-3
No. 2 Nick Lee (Penn State) maj. dec. No. 10 Zachary Sherman (North Carolina), 11-3

149:
No. 1 Sammy Sasso (Ohio State) dec. No. 25 Yahya Thomas (Northwestern), 8-3
No. 4 Boo Lewallen (Oklahoma State) dec. No. 12 Max Murin (Iowa), 6-4 SV
No. 3 Brock Mauller (Missouri) dec. No. 6 Bryce Andonian (Virginia Tech), 8-3
No. 2 Austin O'Connor (North Carolina) dec. No. 7 Jonathan Millner (Appalachian State), 5-2

157:
No. 1 Ryan Deakin (Northwestern) dec. No. 8 Jared Franek (North Dakota State), 5-4
No. 4 Jesse Dellavecchia (Rider) by injury default over No. 12 Brady Berge (Penn State)
No. 3 David Carr (Iowa State) dec. No. 6 Brayton Lee (Minnesota), 4-2 SV1
No. 2 Hayden Hidlay (NC State) pinned No. 23 Jacob Wright (Wyoming), 2:33

165:
No. 8 Shane Griffith (Stanford) dec. No. 1 Alex Marinelli (Iowa), 3-1 SV1
No. 5 Zach Hartman (Bucknell) by injury default over No. 4 Mekhi Lewis (Virginia Tech)
No. 3 Jake Wentzel (Pittsburgh) dec. No. 6 Keegan O'Toole (Missouri), 9-6
No. 7 Ethan Smith (Ohio State) maj. dec. No. 2 Anthony Valencia (Arizona State), 13-4

174:
No. 1 Michael Kemerer (Iowa) maj. dec. No. 8 Daniel Bullard (NC State), 13-4
No. 12 Bernie Truax (Cal Poly) dec. No. 4 Mikey Labriola (Nebraska), 4-2
No. 3 Carter Starocci (Penn State) dec. No. 6 Andrew McNally (Kent State), 6-3
No. 2 Demetrius Romero (Utah Valley) dec. No. 7 Kaleb Romero (Ohio State), 6-0

184:
No. 1 Aaron Brooks (Penn State) dec. No. 8 Taylor Venz (Nebraska), 9-4
No. 4 Parker Keckeisen (Northern Iowa) dec. No. 5 Hunter Bolen (Virginia Tech), 4-2 SV2
No. 6 John Poznanski (Rutgers) dec. No. 3 Lou DePrez (Binghamton), 8-4
No. 2 Trent Hidlay (NC State) dec. No. 7 Brit Wilson (Northern Illinois), 3-1

197:
No. 1 Myles Amine (Michigan) dec. No. 8 Stephen Buchanan (Wyoming), 7-6
No. 4 A.J. Ferrari (Oklahoma State) dec. No. 5 Jacob Warner (Iowa), 3-2
No. 6 Nino Bonaccorsi (Pittsburgh) dec. No. 3 Kordell Norfleet (Arizona State), 4-1
No. 26 Jake Woodley (Oklahoma) dec. No. 15 Michael Beard (Penn State), 8-3

285:
No. 1 Gable Steveson (Minnesota) dec. No. 9 Greg Kerkvliet (Penn State), 9-4
No. 5 Tony Cassioppi (Iowa) dec. No. 4 Cohlton Schultz (Arizona State), 4-1
No. 6 Gannon Gremmel (Iowa State) dec. No. 14 Trent Hillger (Wisconsin), 2-1 TB1
No. 2 Mason Parris (Michigan) maj. dec. No. 7 Ethan Laird (Rider), 14-4

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