2020 NCAA Tournament Automatic Qualifier Hub

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Every single automatic qualifier to the 2020 NCAA tournament in Minneapolis has been determined.

This article will serve as your hub to track all of the auto qualifiers from each of the conference tournaments. The auto qualifier allocation numbers have already been released.

Automatic qualifiers can be found below. Wrestling by Pirate has been compiling a list of those who earned an allocation for their conference but will need to receive a wildcard to wrestle at NCAAs. 

125 Pounds

ACC: Jack Mueller (Virginia), Jakob Camacho (NC State), Joey Prata (Virginia Tech)

Big 12: Nick Piccininni (Oklahoma State), Alex Mackall (Iowa State), Christian Moody (Oklahoma), Jay Schwarm (Northern Iowa)

Big Ten: Spencer Lee (Iowa), Jack Medley (Michigan), Devin Schroder (Purdue), Michael DeAugustino (Northwestern), Alex Thomsen (Nebraska), Liam Cronin (Indiana), Logan Griffin (Michigan State), Malik Heinselman (Ohio State)

EIWA: Pat Glory (Princeton), Trey Chalifoux (Army), Joe Manchio (Columbia), Dominic Lajoie (Cornell), Gage Curry (American), Brandon Paetzell (Lehigh), Antonio Mininno (Drexel)

MAC: Drew Hildebrandt (Central Michigan), Killian Cardinale (Old Dominion), Luke Werner (Lock Haven)

Pac-12: Brandon Courtney (Arizona State), Jackson DiSario (Stanford)

SoCon: Korbin Meink (Campbell)


133 Pounds

ACC: Micky Phillipi (Pittsburgh), Jaime Hernandez (North Carolina), Jarrett Trombley (NC State), Louie Hayes (Virginia), Collin Gerardi (Virginia Tech)

Big 12: Mosha Schwartz (Northern Colorado), Anthony Madrigal (Oklahoma), Montorie Bridges (Wyoming), Cam Sykora (North Dakota State), Lawrence Saenz (Fresno State), Jack Skudlarczyk (Northern Iowa), Reece Witcraft (Oklahoma State), Taylor LaMont (Utah Valley)

Big Ten: Sebastian Rivera (Northwestern), Seth Gross (Wisconsin), Roman Bravo-Young (Penn State), Austin DeSanto (Iowa), Sammy Alvarez (Rutgers), Travis Piotrowski (Illinois), Ridge Lovett (Nebraska)

EIWA: Chas Tucker (Cornell), Nick Farro (Lehigh)

MAC: Tim Rooney (Kent State), Allan Hart (Missouri), Andrew Marten (Central Michigan), Derek Spann (Buffalo), DJ Fehlman (Lock Haven)

Pac-12: Devan Turner (Oregon State)

SoCon: Noah Gonser (Campbell)


141 Pounds

ACC: Tariq Wilson (NC State), Zach Sherman (North Carolina), Cole Matthews (Pittsburgh)

Big 12: Dom Demas (Oklahoma), Ian Parker (Iowa State), Dusty Hone (Oklahoma State), Dylan Droegemueller (South Dakota State), Michael Blockhus (Northern Iowa)

Big Ten: Nick Lee (Penn State), Chad Red (Nebraska), Mitch McKee (Minnesota), Luke Pletcher (Ohio State), Max Murin (Iowa), Tristan Moran (Wisconsin), Dylan Duncan (Illinois), Parker Filius (Purdue)

EIWA: Matt Kazimir (Columbia), Cody Trybus (Navy), Doug Zapf (Penn), Noah Baughman (Cornell), Ryan Pomrinca (Lehigh)

MAC: Dresden Simon (Central Michigan), Evan Cheek (Cleveland State), Grant Leeth (Missouri), Sa'Derian Perry (Old Dominion), Kyle Shoop (Lock Haven)

Pac-12: Real Woods (Stanford), Grant Willits (Oregon State)

SoCon: Josh Heil (Campbell)


149 Pounds

ACC: Austin O'Connor (North Carolina), Bryce Andonian (Virginia Tech)

Big 12: Boo Lewallen (Oklahoma State), Henry Pohlmeyer (South Dakota State), Jarrett Degen (Iowa State), Andrew Alirez (Northern Colorado), Greg Gaxiola (Fresno State)

Big Ten: Sammy Sasso (Ohio State), Kanen Storr (Michigan), Brayton Lee (Minnesota), Pat Lugo (Iowa), Collin Purinton (Nebraska), Alex Hrisopoulos (Michigan State), Cole Martin (Wisconsin), Griffin Parriott (Purdue), Jarod Verkleeren (Penn State), Graham Rooks (Indiana)

EIWA: Matt Kolodzik (Princeton), Hunter Richard (Cornell), Jared Prince (Navy), Kizhan Clarke (American)

MAC: Brock Mauller (Missouri), Brock Zacherl (Clarion), Alec Hagan (Ohio), Tyshawn Williams (SIU Edwardsville), Colston DiBlasi (George Mason)

Pac-12: Russell Rohlfing (CSU Bakersfield)

SoCon: Jonathan Millner (App State), Selwyn Porter (The Citadel)


157 Pounds

ACC: Hayden Hidlay (NC State), Taleb Rahmani (Pittsburgh), AC Headlee (North Carolina), Justin McCoy (Virginia), BC LaPrade (Virginia Tech)

Big 12: David Carr (Iowa State), Wyatt Sheets (Oklahoma State), Justin Thomas (Oklahoma), Jared Franek (North Dakota State), Jacob Wright (Fresno State)

Big Ten: Ryan Deakin (Northwestern), Will Lewan (Michigan), Peyton Robb (Nebraska), Kendall Coleman (Purdue), Eric Barone (Illinois), Jake Tucker (Michigan State)

EIWA: Quincy Monday (Princeton), Josh Humphreys (Lehigh), Markus Hartman (Army)

MAC: Jesse Dellavecchia (Rider), Larry Early (Old Dominion), Justin Ruffin (SIU Edwardsville), Jarrett Jacques (Missouri), Logan Parks (Central Michigan), Alex Carida (Bloomsburg)

Pac-12: Jacori Teemer (Arizona State), Tyler Eischens (Stanford)

SoCon: Matt Zovistoski (App State)


165 Pounds

ACC: Jake Wentzel (Pittsburgh), David McFadden (Virginia Tech), Thomas Bullard (NC State), Cam Coy (Virginia)

Big 12: Travis Wittlake (Oklahoma State), Andrew Fogarty (North Dakota State), Tanner Cook (South Dakota State), Chase Straw (Iowa State)

Big Ten: Vincenzo Joseph (Penn State), Alex Marinelli (Iowa), Isaiah White (Nebraska), Shayne Oster (Northwestern), Danny Braunagel (Illinois), Tyler Meisinger (Michigan), Drew Hughes (Michigan State), Ethan Smith (Ohio State)

EIWA: Tanner Skidgel (Navy), Cael McCormick (Army), Zach Hartman (Bucknell), Philip Conigliaro (Harvard), Ricky Stamm (Hofstra), Grant Cuomo (Princeton)

MAC: Troy Keller (Buffalo), Izzak Olejnik (Northern Illinois)

Pac-12: Shane Griffith (Stanford), Josh Shields (Arizona State)

SoCon: Quentin Perez (Campbell)


174 Pounds

ACC: Daniel Bullard (NC State), Clay Lautt (North Carolina), Gregg Harvey (Pittsburgh), Cody Hughes (Virginia Tech)

Big 12: Bryce Steiert (Northern Iowa), Anthony Mantanona (Oklahoma), Joe Smith (Oklahoma State), Sammy Colbray (Iowa State), Kimball Bastian (Utah Valley)

Big Ten: Mark Hall (Penn State), Michael Kemerer (Iowa), Dylan Lydy (Purdue), Devin Skatzka (Minnesota), Joey Gunther (Illinois), Kaleb Romero (Ohio State), Mikey Labriola (Nebraska), Layne Malczewski (Michigan State)

EIWA: Jordan Kutler (Lehigh), Spencer Carey (Navy), Ben Harvey (Army), Michael O'Malley (Drexel)

MAC: Jared Siegrist (Lock Haven), Andrew McNally (Kent State), Connor Flynn (Missouri), Dean Sherry (Rider)

Pac-12: Anthony Valencia (Arizona State)

SoCon: Neal Richard (VMI), Thomas Flitz (App State)


184 Pounds

ACC: Hunter Bolen (Virginia Tech), Trent Hidlay (NC State), Nino Bonaccorsi (Pittsburgh)

Big 12: Taylor Lujan (Northern Iowa), Zach Carlson (South Dakota State), Anthony Montalvo (Oklahoma State), Alan Clothier (Northern Colorado), Marcus Coleman (Iowa State)

Big Ten: Aaron Brooks (Penn State), Taylor Venz (Nebraska), Cam Caffey (Michigan State), Abe Assad (Iowa), Johnny Sebastian (Wisconsin), Rocky Jordan (Ohio State), Max Lyon (Purdue), Jelani Embree (Michigan), Zac Braunagel (Illinois), Billy Janzer (Rutgers)

EIWA: Lou DePrez (Binghamton), Chris Weiler (Lehigh), Noah Stewart (Army), Tanner Harvey (American)

MAC: Brit Wilson (Northern Illinois), Dylan Wisman (Missouri), Antonio Agee (Old Dominion)

Pac-12: Josh Loomer (CSU Bakersfield)

SoCon: Andrew Morgan (Campbell), Matthew Waddell (Chattanooga)


197 Pounds

ACC: Jay Aiello (Virginia)

Big 12: Noah Adams (West Virginia), Tanner Sloan (South Dakota State), Jake Woodley (Oklahoma), Jacob Seely (Northern Colorado), Dakota Geer (Oklahoma State), Cordell Eaton (North Dakota State)

Big Ten: Kollin Moore (Ohio State), Lucas Davison (Northwestern), Eric Schultz (Nebraska), Shakur Rasheed (Penn State), Jacob Warner (Iowa), Christian Brunner (Purdue)

EIWA: Patrick Brucki (Princeton), Ben Darmstadt (Cornell), Drew Phipps (Bucknell), JT Brown (Army), Bryan McLaughlin (Drexel), Jake Jakobsen (Lehigh)

MAC: Greg Bulsak (Clarion), Ethan Laird (Rider), Gage Braun (Northern Illinois), Landon Pelham (Central Michigan)

Pac-12: Kordell Norfleet (Arizona State), Nathan Traxler (Stanford), Thomas Lane (Cal Poly)

SoCon: Demazio Samuel (App State)


285 Pounds

ACC: Demetrius Thomas (Pittsburgh), Deonte Wilson (NC State), John Borst (Virginia Tech),  Andrew Gunning (North Carolina), Quinn Miller (Virginia)

Big 12: Tate Orndorff (Utah Valley), Gannon Gremmel (Iowa State), Dalton Robertson (Northern Colorado), Brian Andrew (Wyoming), Josh Hokit (Fresno State), Carter Isley (Northern Iowa), Brandon Metz (North Dakota State)

Big Ten: Mason Parris (Michigan), Gable Steveson (Minnesota), Tony Cassioppi (Iowa), Trent Hillger (Wisconsin), Gary Traub (Ohio State), David Jensen (Nebraska), Thomas Penola (Purdue)

EIWA: Jordan Wood (Lehigh), Yaraslau Slavikouski (Harvard), Brendan Furman (Cornell)

MAC: Matt Stencel (Central Michigan), Jon Spaulding (Edinboro), Jordan Earnest (Ohio), Ryan Cloud (Rider)

Pac-12: Tanner Hall (Arizona State)

SoCon: Cary Miller (App State), Jere Heino (Campbell)

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