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Wrestlers with local ties qualify for NCAA championships in Pittsburgh

Chris Adamski
| Sunday, March 10, 2019 11:10 a.m.
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Wrestlers with local ties who during their conference tournaments this weekend earned automatic berths for the NCAA wrestling championships that begin March 21 at Pittsburgh’s PPG Paints Arena:

Wrestler, college (local high school), weight class, how qualified

Noah Adams, West Virginia, 197, Big 12 fifth place

Brady Berge, Penn State, 149, Big Ten sixth place

Nino Bonaccorsi, Pitt (Bethel Park), 184, ACC runner-up

Roman Bravo-Young, Penn State, 133, Big Ten fifth place

Te’Shan Campbell, Ohio State (Penn Hills), 165, Big Ten sixth place

Anthony Cassar, Penn State, 285, Big Ten champion

Cam Coy, Virginia (Penn-Trafford), 165, ACC fourth place

Gage Curry, American (North Hills), 125, EIWA third place

Mark Hall, Penn State, 174, Big Ten champion

Zach Hartman, Bucknell (Belle Vernon), 157, EIWA runner-up

A.C. Headlee, North Carolina (Waynesburg), 141, ACC fourth place

Vincenzo Joseph, Penn State (Pittsburgh Central Catholic), 165, Big Ten runner-up

Nick Lee, Penn State, 141, Big Ten third place

Spencer Lee, Iowa (Franklin Regional), 125, Big Ten runner-up

Josh Maruca, Arizona State (Franklin Regional), Pac-12 runner-up

Christian Monserrat, West Virginia, 149, Big 12 fourth place

Max Murin, Iowa (Central Cambria), 141, Big Ten seventh place

Brandon Ngati, West Virginia, Big 12 sixth place

Bo Nickal, Penn State, 197, Big Ten champion

Jason Nolf, Penn State (Kittanning), 157, Big Ten champion

Micky Phillippi, Pitt (Derry), 133, ACC champion and most valuable wrestler

Drew Phipps, Bucknell (Norwin), 197, EIWA semifinalist

Luke Pletcher, Ohio State (Latrobe), 133, Big Ten runner-up

Taleb Rahmani, Pitt, 157, ACC runner-up

Shakur Rasheed, Penn State, 184, Big Ten runner-up

Matthew Schmitt, West Virginia, 133, Big 12 fourth place

Josh Shields, Arizona State (Franklin Regional), 165, Pac-12 champion

Ethan Smith, Ohio State (Latrobe), 174, Big Ten sixth place

Demetrius Thomas, Pitt, 285, ACC champion

Jake Woodley, Oklahoma (North Allegheny), 197, Big 12 third place

Zack Zavatsky, Virginia Tech (Latrobe), 184, ACC champion

Chris Adamski is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Chris by email at cadamski@tribweb.com or via Twitter .

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