The 2015 NCAA Wrestling Championships wrap up on Saturday night. How did we get here? The bracket will tell the full story.
There have been plenty of wild storylines during the 2015 NCAA Wrestling Championships that have shown the nation Cinderella stories are not just developed on the basketball court.
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From unranked West Virginia freshman Zeke Moisey pulling off upset after upset to reach the 125 pound championship against Nathan Tomasello of Ohio State, who is the tournament’s No. 4 seed, to a disappointing shoulder injury that ended Dylan Ness’ run to the finals, there has been plenty to take in.
On Saturday, everything will come to an end, but how did everyone vying for a national championship make their run to the finals?
Click to view 2015 NCAA Wrestling Championships bracket.
How can you tune in to the finals of the 2015 NCAA Wrestling Championships on Saturday night? All of the information you will need to tune in to the action as it airs live can be seen below:
Date: Saturday, March 21
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
Venue: Scottrade Center
TV Info: ESPNU
Live Stream: WatchESPN
125 Pounds: 4-Nathan Tomasello, Ohio State vs. Zeke Moisey, West Virginia
133 Pounds: 13-Cody Brewer, Oklahoma vs. 3-Cory Clark, Iowa
141 Pounds: 1-Logan Stieber, Ohio State vs. 2-Mitchell Port, Edinboro
149 Pounds: 1-Drake Houdashelt, Missouri vs. 3-David Habat, Edinboro
157 Pounds: 1-Isaiah Martinez, Illinois vs. 2-Brian Realbuto, Cornell
165 Pounds: 1-Alex Dieringer, Oklahoma State vs. 6-Taylor Walsh, Indiana
174 Pounds: 2-Matthew Brown, Penn State vs. 8-Tyler Wilps, Pittsburgh
184 Pounds: 1-Gabe Dean, Cornell vs. 7-Nathaniel Brown, Lehigh
197 Pounds: 3-Kyven Gadson, Iowa State vs. 4-Kyle Snyder, Ohio State
285 Pounds: 1-Nick Gwiazdowski, N.C. State vs. 6-Adam Coon, Michigan
Be sure to stay tuned to FanSided.com throughout the weekend for the latest news and results, along with updated brackets, from the 2015 NCAA Wrestling Championships in St. Louis.