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Nebraska Wrestling Results: B1G/NCAA championships 2022-23

Match 2
Session 2, begins at 6 pm.

Championship Side:
125: #3 Liam Cronin beats #19 Braxton Brown, Maryland, 8-4
141: #4 Brock Hardy beats #20 Jakob Bergeland, Minnesota, 5-1
157: #3 Peyton Robb tech fall over #19 Garrett Model, Wisconsin, 16-1
165: #25 Bubba Wilson loses to #9 Shane Griffith, Stanford, 10-0
174: #2 Mikey Labriola beats #15 Demetrius Romero (Utah Valley), 3-1 with a late takedown.
197: #8 Silas Allred downs #9 Max Dean (Penn State), 7-2

Consolation Side:
184: #13 Lenny Pinto over #29 Deanthony Parker (North Dakota State), 7-1

Scoring after Session . Tough battle for 3rd
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Championship Side (quarterfinals, 10 AM Friday):
125: #3 Liam Cronin vs. #27 Eddie Ventresca (Virginia Tech) - two upsets, #6 and #11 seeds!
141: #4 Brock Hardy vs. #12 Parker Filius (Purdue) - upset the #5.
157: #3 Peyton Robb vs. #6 Daniel Cardenas (Stanford)
174: #2 Mikey Labriola vs. #7 Peyton Mocco (Missouri)
197: #8 Silas Allred vs. #1 Nino Bonaccorsi (Pittsburgh)

Consolation Round 2 (10 AM Friday)::
165: #25 Bubba Wilson vs. #23 Connor Brady (Virginia Tech)
184: #13 Lenny Pinto vs. #14 Will Feldkamp, (Clarion)


Will be out of the house on Friday if someone else wants to do the real-time updates (Bean?). Otherwise, I can get it updated at the end of the night.
 
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The Huskers went a combined 12-2 during the first day of the NCAA Championships, setting themselves up well for a run to a team trophy.

Out of seven qualifiers, the 4th-ranked Nebraska wrestling team advanced five to Friday’s quarterfinal round. All seven Huskers are still alive in the tournament.
125: No. 3 Liam Cronin
First Round: No. 3 Cronin dec. No. 30 Antonio Lorenzo (POLY) 9-4
Second Round: No. 3 Cronin dec. No. 19 Braxton Brown (MD) 8-4
Quarterfinals: No. 3 Cronin dec. No. 27 Eddie Ventresca (VT) 3-1, SV-1
Semifinals: No. 2 Pat Glory (PRIN) dec. No. 3 Cronin 8-2
Cons. Quarterfinals: No. 3 Cronin vs. No. 8 Anthony Noto (LH)

141: No. 4 Brock Hardy
First Round: No. 4 Hardy major dec. No. 29 Jordan Titus (WVU) 12-4
Second Round: No. 4 Hardy dec. No. 20 Jakob Bergeland (MINN) 5-1
Quarterfinals: No. 4 Hardy dec. No. 12 Parker Filius (PUR) 7-0
Semifinals: No. 1 Real Woods (IOWA) major dec. No. 4 Hardy 11-1
Cons. Quarterfinals: No. 4 Hardy vs. No. 10 Lachlan McNeil (UNC)

157: No. 3 Peyton Robb
First Round: No. 3 Robb tech. fall No. 30 Jared Hill (OU) 15-0 (6:11)
Second Round: No. 3 Robb tech. fall No. 19 Garrett Model (WIS) 16-1 (5:40)
Quarterfinals: No. 3 Robb dec. No. 6 Daniel Cardenas (STAN) 6-4
Semifinals: No. 3 Robb dec. No. 2 Levi Haines (PSU) 5-2
Cons. Semifinals: No. 3 Robb vs. No. 4 Jared Franek (NDSU)

165: No. 25 Bubba Wilson (2-2) DNP
First Round: No. 25 Wilson dec. No. 8 Matthew Olguin (ORST) 3-1, SV-1
Second Round: No. 9 Shane Griffith (STAN) maj. dec. No. 25 Wilson 10-0
Cons. Second Round: No. 25 Wilson dec. No. 23 Connor Brady (VT) 5-2
Cons. Third Round: No. 17 Austin Yant (UNI) major dec. No. 25 Wilson 10-0

174: No. 2 Mikey Labriola
First Round: No. 2 Labriola dec. No. 31 Tyler Stoltzfus (LEH) 9-6
Second Round: No. 2 Labriola dec. No. 15 Demetrius Romero (UVU) 3-1
Quarterfinals: No. 2 Labriola dec. No. 7 Peyton Mocco (MIZ) 4-3
Semifinals: No. 2 Labriola dec. No. 3 Mekhi Lewis (VT) 3-1, TB-2
Finals: No. 2 Labriola vs. No. 1 Carter Starocci (PSU)

184: No. 13 Lenny Pinto (1-2) DNP
First Round: No. 20 Neil Antrassian (UVU) dec. No. 13 Pinto 11-6
Cons. First Round: No. 13 Pinto dec. No. 29 Deanthony Parker (NDSU) 7-1
Cons. Second Round: No. 14 Will Feldkamp (CLAR) pinned No. 13 Pinto (4:30)

197: No. 8 Silas Allred (2-2) DNP
First Round: No. 8 Allred dec. No. 25 Michael Battista (UVU) 13-7
Second Round: No. 8 Allred dec. No. 9 Max Dean (PSU) 7-2
Quarterfinals: No. 1 Nino Bonaccorsi (PITT) dec. No. 8 Allred 5-3
Round of 12: No. 14 Jacob Warner (IOWA) dec. No. 8 Allred 1-0

Team Score (Points):
1 Penn State (116.5)
2 Iowa (77.0)
3 Cornell (64.0)
4 Ohio State (62.0)
5 Missouri (55.0)
6 Michigan (51.0)
6 Nebraska (51.0)
8 Iowa State (44.0)
9 NC State (41.5)
 
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Liam Cronin (125), Brock Hardy (141), Peyton Robb (157) and Mikey Labriola (174) all secured All-American status, while Silas Allred (197) will wrestle for the same accolade in the Round of 12.
Season Team
Count​
Points
1​
Penn State, PAPenn State, PA (GET)
PSU​
9
78.0​
2​
Iowa, IAIowa, IA (GET)
IOWA​
10
48.0​
3​
Cornell, NYCornell, NY (GET)
COR​
7
45.5​
4​
Nebraska, NENebraska, NE (GET)
NEB​
7
44.0​
5​
Michigan, MIMichigan, MI (GET)
MICH​
8
39.0​
6​
Missouri, MOMissouri, MO (GET)
MIZZ​
10
34.0​
7​
Ohio State, OHOhio State, OH (GET)
OHST​
9
31.0​
8​
NC State, NCNC State, NC (GET)
NCST​
9
29.0​
9​
Iowa State, IAIowa State, IA (GET)
ISU​
8
28.0​
125: No. 3 Liam Cronin
Semifinals: No. 3 Cronin vs. No. 2 Pat Glory (PRIN)

141: No. 4 Brock Hardy
Semifinals: No. 4 Hardy vs. No. 1 Real Woods (IOWA)

157: No. 3 Peyton Robb
Semifinals: No. 3 Robb vs. No. 2 Levi Haines (PSU)

174: No. 2 Mikey Labriola
Semifinals: No. 2 Labriola vs. No. 3 Mekhi Lewis (VT)
Labriola became the first five-time All-American in program history, defeating No. 7 Peyton Mocco (MIZ) in a 4-3 decision.
197: No. 8 Silas Allred
Round of 12: No. 8 Allred vs. No. 14 Jacob Warner (IOWA)
 
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Evening Session - SHOCKER! Spencer Lee, #1 at 125 and going for his 4th title. Leading 7-4 with 42 seconds left, Lee gives up an escape, gets taken down to tie the score at 7, then gets pinned with 1 second left in the match! Go find the video.

125: No. 3 Liam Cronin
Semifinals: No. 3 Cronin loses to No. 2 Pat Glory (PRIN), 8-2.
Will face #8 Anthony Noto, Lock Haven in consolation semifinals (guaranteed 6th or higher)

141: No. 4 Brock Hardy
Semifinals: No. 4 Hardy lost to No. 1 Real Woods (IOWA), 11-1
Will face #10 Lachlan McNeil, UNC in consolation semifinals (guaranteed 6th or higher)

157: No. 3 Peyton Robb
Semifinals: No. 3 Robb lost to No. 2 Levi Haines (PSU), 5-3
Will face #4 Jared Franek, NDSU in consolation semifinals (guaranteed 6th or higher)

174: No. 2 Mikey Labriola
Semifinals: No. 2 Labriola beats No. 3 Mekhi Lewis (VT), 3-1 in overtime
Will face #1 Carter Starocci, Penn State for the title.

197: No. 8 Silas Allred
Round of 12: No. 8 Allred lost to No. 14 Jacob Warner (IOWA), 1-0
- His tournament is over, outside the top 8.

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Our All Americans' next matches:
125: No. 3 Liam Cronin
Cons. Quarterfinals: No. 3 Cronin vs. No. 8 Anthony Noto (LH)

141: No. 4 Brock Hardy
Cons. Quarterfinals: No. 4 Hardy vs. No. 10 Lachlan McNeil (UNC)

157: No. 3 Peyton Robb
Cons. Semifinals: No. 3 Robb vs. No. 4 Jared Franek (NDSU)

174: No. 2 Mikey Labriola
Finals: No. 2 Labriola vs. No. 1 Carter Starocci (PSU)

Session 5Saturday morningMarch 1810 a.m.ESPNU
Session 6Saturday eveningMarch 186 p.m.ESPN
 
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The morning session hasn't started out great in the consolation semifinals:

125: No. 3 Liam Cronin
Cons. Quarterfinals: No. 3 Cronin loses to No. 8 Anthony Noto (LH), 3-1 (SV)
- He will finish 5th. Spencer Lee is giving medical forfeits today and not wrestling after last night's heartbreaking loss.

141: No. 4 Brock Hardy
Cons. Quarterfinals: No. 4 Hardy lost to No. 10 Lachlan McNeil (UNC), 5-2
- Will wrestle for 5th against #11 Clay Carlson, SDSU
- Hardy took an injury withdrawal in the first period and will finish 6th.

157: No. 3 Peyton Robb
Cons. Semifinals: No. 3 Robb lost to No. 4 Jared Franek (NDSU), 3-1 (SV)
- Will wrestle for 5th against #8 Ed Scott, NCST
- Robb gave up a medical forfeit and will finish 6th.
 
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125: No. 3 Liam Cronin (4-2) 5th
First Round: No. 3 Cronin dec. No. 30 Antonio Lorenzo (POLY) 9-4
Second Round: No. 3 Cronin dec. No. 19 Braxton Brown (MD) 8-4
Quarterfinals: No. 3 Cronin dec. No. 27 Eddie Ventresca (VT) 3-1, SV-1
Semifinals: No. 2 Pat Glory (PRIN) dec. No. 3 Cronin 8-2
Cons. Quarterfinals: No. 8 Anthony Noto (LH) dec. No. 3 Cronin 3-1
Fifth-Place Match: No. 3 Cronin dec. No. 1 Spencer Lee (IOWA) MFF

141: No. 4 Brock Hardy (3-3) 6th
First Round: No. 4 Hardy major dec. No. 29 Jordan Titus (WVU) 12-4
Second Round: No. 4 Hardy dec. No. 20 Jakob Bergeland (MINN) 5-1
Quarterfinals: No. 4 Hardy dec. No. 12 Parker Filius (PUR) 7-0
Semifinals: No. 1 Real Woods (IOWA) major dec. No. 4 Hardy 11-1
Cons. Quarterfinals: No. 10 Lachlan McNeil (UNC) dec. No. 4 Hardy 5-2
Fifth-Place Match: No. 11 Clay Carlson (SDSU) dec. No. 4 Hardy Inj.

157: No. 3 Peyton Robb (4-2) 6th
First Round: No. 3 Robb tech. fall No. 30 Jared Hill (OU) 15-0 (6:11)
Second Round: No. 3 Robb tech. fall No. 19 Garrett Model (WIS) 16-1 (5:40)
Quarterfinals: No. 3 Robb dec. No. 6 Daniel Cardenas (STAN) 6-4
Semifinals: No. 3 Robb dec. No. 2 Levi Haines (PSU) 5-2
Cons. Semifinals: No. 4 Jared Franek (NDSU) dec. No. 3 Robb 3-1
Fifth-Place Match: No. 8 Ed Scott (NCST) dec. No. 3 Robb MFF

165: No. 25 Bubba Wilson (2-2) DNP
First Round: No. 25 Wilson dec. No. 8 Matthew Olguin (ORST) 3-1, SV-1
Second Round: No. 9 Shane Griffith (STAN) maj. dec. No. 25 Wilson 10-0
Cons. Second Round: No. 25 Wilson dec. No. 23 Connor Brady (VT) 5-2
Cons. Third Round: No. 17 Austin Yant (UNI) major dec. No. 25 Wilson 10-0

174: No. 2 Mikey Labriola (4-1) 2nd
First Round: No. 2 Labriola dec. No. 31 Tyler Stoltzfus (LEH) 9-6
Second Round: No. 2 Labriola dec. No. 15 Demetrius Romero (UVU) 3-1
Quarterfinals: No. 2 Labriola dec. No. 7 Peyton Mocco (MIZ) 4-3
Semifinals: No. 2 Labriola dec. No. 3 Mekhi Lewis (VT) 3-1, TB-2
Finals: No. 1 Carter Starocci (PSU) pinned No. 2 Labriola (2:46)
Labriola tried the Grandby roll and got caught!

184: No. 13 Lenny Pinto (1-2) DNP
First Round: No. 20 Neil Antrassian (UVU) dec. No. 13 Pinto 11-6
Cons. First Round: No. 13 Pinto dec. No. 29 Deanthony Parker (NDSU) 7-1
Cons. Second Round: No. 14 Will Feldkamp (CLAR) pinned No. 13 Pinto (4:30)

197: No. 8 Silas Allred (2-2) DNP
First Round: No. 8 Allred dec. No. 25 Michael Battista (UVU) 13-7
Second Round: No. 8 Allred dec. No. 9 Max Dean (PSU) 7-2
Quarterfinals: No. 1 Nino Bonaccorsi (PITT) dec. No. 8 Allred 5-3
Round of 12: No. 14 Jacob Warner (IOWA) dec. No. 8 Allred 1-0

Team Score (Points):
1 - Penn State (137.5)
2 - Iowa (82.5)
3 - Cornell (76.5)
4 - Ohio State (70.5)
5 - Missouri (64.5)
6 - Michigan (58.5)
7 - Arizona State (55.0)
8 - Nebraska (54.0)
9 - Virginia Tech (49.0)
10 - NC State (48.0)

Nebraska seems to have a problem with finishing well or completely. Individuals can get to Semis or the finals of a tournament but not win. Not since Boroughs two-time NCAA championships have we seen NU win here. Their best wrestling needs to be at these championships.

Kudos to Vito Arujau and his dominant 10-4 victory over Penn State's Roman Bravo-Young, which snapped a 56-match win streak. Too fast for RBY!!

Also, North Carolina's Austin O'Connor capped off an incredible college wrestling career, finishing his senior season undefeated after handling Penn State's Levi Haines 6-2 in the NCAA finals at 157 pounds. UNC's first five-time NCAA All-American.

Woods loss to Northern Colorado's #2 Andrew Alirez in the only meeting between two undefeated wrestlers. Alirez was the first Bear wrestler to make the national finals since 1969.
[URL https://www.ncaa.com/_flysystem/public-s3/files/Brackets-4.pdf
 
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This is worthy of being shown again and again: Not only a good move by Ramos but to deny Lee of a fourth national championship and then see Lees' mom's reaction!
 
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