College Wrestling finals 2022: live stream, how to watch Championships

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2022 NCAA wrestling finals
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The NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships return to ESPN networks with 19 hours of live coverage from Little Caesars Arena in Detroit this weekend, March 17-19. ESPN will cover every mat and every single match from start to finish, including three nights of primetime wrestling action on ESPN’s flagship network. Coverage will also feature a ‘MATCAST’ viewing option on ESPN3, as well as a Command Center second-screen experience for every championship match on Saturday night.

NCAA wrestling championships finals 2022

What: NCAA College Wrestling Championships finals
When: First session 11 a.m., second session 8 p.m. Saturday
Where: Detroit, Mich., at Little Caesars Arena
TV: ESPN (With Cable)
Live Stream: Click here to stream (without cable)

The tournament has been running since Thursday, with Penn State jumping out to an early and sizable lead. Things kept looking up for Penn on Friday, with Nick Lee becoming Penn State’s first ever five-time All-American in the quarterfinals, before taking down Real Woods 3-2 later in the day to advance to the finals.

How to Watch NCAA Wrestling Championship finals 2022

The NCAA Wrestling Championship consists of five rounds over three days. In all, there are 10 weight classes. Just like in the basketball tournament, there are eight first-round matchups in each bracket, with one “wrestle-in” matchup. The championship matches are scheduled for 7 p.m. ET Saturday and will air on ESPN. Fan’s can stream here Saturday’s finals match live coverage.

2022 NCAA wrestling team scores

After Saturday’s first session

1. Penn State 111 1/2

2. Michigan 91

3. Iowa 74

4. Arizona State 66 1/2

5. Nebraska 59 1/2

6. Northwestern 53 1/2

7. Virginia Tech 52 1/2

8. Cornell 50 1/2

9. North Carolina State 49

10. Missouri 45 1/2

T-11. Minnesota 44 1/2

T-11. Oregon State 44 1/2

13. Ohio State 44

T-14. Oklahoma State 38 1/2

T-14. Wisconsin 38 1/2

16. Princeton 38

17. Iowa State 37

18. North Carolina 32

19. Stanford 31 1/2

T-20. Northern Iowa 28 1/2

T-20. Rutgers 28 1/2

Saturday’s NCAA wrestling finals

125: No. 1 Nick Suriano (Michigan) (15-0) vs. No. 3 Pat Glory (Princeton) (20-1)

133: No. 1 Roman Bravo-Young (Penn State) (21-0) vs. No. 2 Daton Fix (Oklahoma State) (25-0)

141: No. 1 Nick Lee (Penn State) (21-0) vs. No. 15 Kizhan Clarke (North Carolina) (21-3)

149: No. 1 Yianni Diakomihalis (Cornell) (27-0) vs. No. 10 Ridge Lovett (Nebraska) (24-3)

157: No. 5 Quincy Monday (Princeton) (24-3) vs. No. 2 Ryan Deakin (Northwestern) (17-0)

165: No. 5 Shane Griffith (Stanford) (20-4) vs. No. 2 Keegan O’Toole (Missouri) (24-0)

174: No. 1 Carter Starocci (Penn State) (22-0) vs. No. 2 Mekhi Lewis (Virginia Tech) (24-1)

184: No. 1 Myles Amine (Michigan) (20-1) vs. No. 2 Aaron Brooks (Penn State) (20-1)

197: No. 1 Max Dean (Penn State) (22-1) vs. No. 6 Jacob Warner (Iowa) (21-5)

285: No. 1 Gable Steveson (Minnesota) (17-0) vs. No. 2 Cohlton Schultz (Arizona State) (22-0)

Iowa Hawkeyes

Consolation semifinals

133: No. 5 Austin DeSanto (Iowa) dec. No. 7 Lucas Byrd (Illinois), 10-6

165: No. 1 Evan Wick (Cal Poly) dec. No. 3 Alex Marinelli (Iowa), 10-4

174: No. 5 Michael Kemerer (Iowa) won in SV-1 over No. 3 Logan Massa (Michigan), 6-4

7th Place

285: No. 3 Tony Cassioppi (Iowa) dec. No. 12 Christian Lance (Nebraska), 2-0

5th Place

165: No. 3 Alex Marinelli (Iowa) won by forfeit over No. 4 Dean Hamiti (Wisconsin)

3rd Place

133: No. 5 Austin DeSanto (Iowa) dec. No. 3 Michael McGee (Arizona State), 7-4

174: No. 4 Hayden Hidlay (North Carolina State) major dec. No. 5 Michael Kemerer (Iowa), 12-4

Championship finals

197: No. 1 Max Dean (Penn State) (22-1) vs. No. 6 Jacob Warner (Iowa) (21-5)

Iowa State Cyclones

Consolation semifinals

157: No. 1 David Carr (Iowa State) dec. No. 8 Will Lewan (Michigan), 6-3

197: No. 2 Stephen Buchanan (Wyoming) dec. No. 10 Yonger Bastida (Iowa State), 4-3

7th Place

184: No. 8 Marcus Coleman (Iowa State) dec. No. 11 Jonathan Loew (Cornell), 8-3

5th Place

197: No. 10 Yonger Bastida (Iowa State) pinned No. 21 Gavin Hoffman (Ohio State), 2:29

3rd Place

157: No. 1 David Carr (Iowa State) dec. No. 10 Peyton Robb (Nebraska), 7-2

Northern Iowa Panthers

Consolation semifinals

184: No. 4 Parker Keckeisen (Northern Iowa) won in TB-1 over No. 3 Trent Hidlay (North Carolina State), 7-5

3rd Place

184: No. 4 Parker Keckeisen (Northern Iowa) dec. No. 5 Bernie Truax (Cal Poly), 6-4

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