NCAA Wrestling Tournament 2016: Finals schedule

The 2016 NCAA Wrestling Tournament holds its championship finals on Saturday, with a full day of action to cap off what has been an exciting and wild few days at Madison Square Garden.

After falling in line with “March Madness” and providing plenty of upsets, there is no telling what will happen at the NCAA Wrestling Tournament with national titles on the line.

The championship finals will begin in the 125-pound division with No. 4 Thomas Gillman of Iowa facing No. 3 Nico Megaludis of Penn State. In the “main event” of the night, top-ranked Nick Gwiazdowski of North Carolina State tries to keep his winning streak alive against No. 2 Kyle Snyder of Ohio State.

The full schedule for Saturday’s championship rounds at the 2016 NCAA Wrestling Tournament can be seen below:

125 lbs. – No. 4 Thomas Gillman (Iowa) vs. No. 3. Nico Megaludis (Penn State)
133 lbs. – No. 1 Nahshon Garrett (Cornell) vs. No. 2 Cory Clark (Iowa)
141 lbs. – No. 1 Dean Heil (Oklahoma State) vs. No. 14 Bryce Meredith (Wyoming)
149 lbs. – No. 1 Zain Retherford (Penn State) vs. No. 2 Brandon Sorensen (Iowa)
157 lbs. – No. 1 Isaiah Martinez (Illinois) vs. No. 3 Jason Nolf (Penn State)
165 lbs. – No. 1 Alex Dieringer (Oklahoma State) vs. No. 2 Isaac Jordan (Wisconsin)
174 lbs. – No. 1 Bo Nickal (Penn State) vs. No. 11 Myles Martin (Ohio State)
184 lbs. – No. 1 Gabe Dean (Cornell) vs. No. 7 Timothy Dudley (Nebraska)
197 lbs. – No. 1 Morgan McIntosh (Penn State) vs. No. 2 J’den Cox (Missouri)
285 lbs. – No. 1 Nick Gwiazdowski (North Carolina State) vs. No. 2 Kyle Snyder (Ohio State)

Session five of the NCAA Wrestling Championships will continue at 11 a.m. ET with the All-American rounds. You can tune in to the action live on ESPNU and WatchESPN.

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