Penn State Sends Six to NCAA Semifinals

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Penn State had swept another round on the championship side of the bracket.

All six of Penn State’s quarterfinalists advanced to the semifinals in Friday’s early session of the NCAA Tournament in Pittsburgh.

You can find full results from all nine of Penn State’s NCAA Tournament participants below courtesy of Penn State Athletics:

2019 NCAA Championships – Top 3 Teams as of 3:00 p.m. — end of Session 3:

Friday, March 22, 2019 – PPG Paints Arena – Pittsburgh, Pa.

 

1: PENN STATE – 80.0

2: Ohio State – 66.5

3: Oklahoma State – 56.0

 

Penn State’s individual bout-by-bout agate:

All rankings listed are official tournament seed

 

133: #10 Roman Bravo-Young, Fr.

 

Rd. 1: #23 Mario Guillen, Ohio – W, 8-2 dec.

Rd. 2: #7 Austin DeSanto, Iowa – L, 2-7 dec.

Cn. 2: #9 Charles Tucker, Cornell – W, 6-3 dec.

Cn. 3: #15 Ben Thornton, Purdue – W, 3-1 dec.

Rd. 12: #4 Micky Phillippi, Pitt – tonight

 

141: #3 Nick Lee, So. – 2X All-American

 

Rd. 1: #30 Nate Limmex, Purdue – WBF (3:38)

Rd. 2: #19 Sa’Derian Perry, Old Dominion – WBF (3:42)

Qtrs: #22 Max Murin, Iowa – W, 4-1 dec.

Semis: #2 Joey McKenna, Ohio State – tonight

 

149: #12 Brady Berge, Fr. — DNP

 

Rd. 1: #21 Khristian Olivas, Fresno State – W, 6-3 dec.

Rd. 2: #5 Matt Kolodzik, Princeton – L, 5-8 dec.

Cn. 2: #27 Tejon Anthony, George Mason – W, 6-2 dec.

Cn. 3: #20 Thomas Thorn, Minnesota – L, 2-4 (sv) dec.

 

157: #1 Jason Nolf, Sr. – 4X All-American

 

Rd. 1: #33 Ben Anderson, Duke – WBF (0:47)

Rd. 2: #16 John Van Brill, Rutgers – W, 19-4 (TF; 6:47)

Qtrs: #9 Christian Pagdilao, Arizona State – W, 23-6 (TF; 7:00)

Semis: #5 Hayden Hidlay, North Carolina State – tonight

 

165: #2 Vincenzo Joseph, Jr.  – 3X All-American

 

Rd. 1: #31 Evan Delong, Clarion – WBF (2:57)

Rd. 2: #18 Connor Flynn, Missouri – W, 8-4 dec.

Qtrs: #7 Isaiah White, Nebraska – W, 3-1 (sv)

Semis: #3 Josh Shields, Arizona State – tonight

 

174: #1 Mark Hall, Jr. – 3X All-American

 

Rd. 1: #33 Devin Kane, North Carolina – W, 10-2 maj. dec.

Rd. 2: #16 Brandon Womack, Cornell – W, 8-3 dec.

Qtrs: #8 Taylor Lujan, Northern Iowa – W, 5-3 dec.

Semis: #4 Myles Amine, Michigan – tonight

 

184: #2 Shakur Rasheed, Sr. — DNP

 

Rd. 1: #31 Kevin Parker, Princeton – W, 11-2 maj. dec.

Rd. 2: #15 Chip Ness, North Carolina – L, 5-8 dec.

Cn. 2: #17 Andrew McNally, Kent State – W, 9-1 maj. dec.

Cn. 3: #26 Dakota Geer, Oklahoma State – L, 2-4 dec.

 

 

197: #1 Bo Nickal, Sr. – 4X All-American

 

Rd. 1: #32 Ethan Laird, Rider – WBF (2:34)

Rd. 2: #16 Josh Hokit, Fresno State – WBF (2:27)

Qtrs: #8 Nathan Traxler, Stanford – W, 14-4 maj. dec.

Semis: #4 Patrick Brucki, Penn – tonight  

 

285: #2 Anthony Cassar, Sr. – All-American

 

Rd. 1: #31 Antonio Pelusi, Franklin & Marshall – WBF (4:20)

Rd. 2: #15 Tate Orndorff, Utah Valley – W, 10-2 maj. dec.

Qtrs: #7 Trent Hillger, Wisconsin – W, 4-0 dec.

Semis: #3 Gable Steveson, Minnesota – tonight

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