NCAA Wrestling Championships
NCAA Wrestling Championships will take place from Thursday through Saturday at St. Louis’ Scottrade Center.The event will be held Thursday through Saturday at Scottrade Center in St. Louis. Live updates from DI Championship their fifth in six seasons, and enters Thursday as one of three programs to battle for the 2017 trophy.
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The NCAA Wrestling Championships will be shown on ESPN and ESPNU. Primetime coverage will take place on ESPN. Check out the complete schedule below. Missouri is fresh off its sixth consecutive conference title after coming in first at the Mid-American Conference Wrestling Championships on March 5. The Tigers posted a conference-record 154.5 points, and a program-record six individual conference champions were crowned.
When are the 2017 NCAA Wrestling Championships?
FRIDAY, MARCH 17
Time Event Location
10 a.m. Gates Open Scottrade Center
11 a.m. Session III Scottrade Center
2 – 7:30 p.m. NCAA Fan Festival St. Louis Union Station
6:30 p.m. Gates open Scottrade Center
8 p.m. Session IV Scottrade Center
Missouri’s J’den Cox will be one of the one of the most prominent faces at the event. Cox, a two-time NCAA champion and three-time All-American, captured a bronze medal at the Rio Olympics last summer. Ohio State’s Kyle Snyder, who earned a gold medal in Rio, also will be a main draw in St. Louis.
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The event will have plenty of Big Ten Conference flair with 90 wrestlers from the league represented. Penn State has claimed national titles in five of the past six years, including in 2016. Ohio State, which won the Big Ten Championship, is expected to challenge the Nittany Lions. Oklahoma State also figures to be a threat.
Missouri, meanwhile, will try to earn its third consecutive top-10 finish at the NCAA Wrestling Championships and its fourth in the last five years.
Click here to see the Nos. 1 and 2 seeds for each weight class. The top seeds for each weight class also are listed below, followed by the complete brackets and seeds for all wrestlers involved (courtesy of the NCAA Wrestling Twitter account).