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Pac-12 student-athletes headline 2022 NCAA Wrestling Championships

Mar 14, 2022
Pac-12 student-athletes headline 2022 NCAA Wrestling Championships
Tony Rotundo

SAN FRANCISCO - The Pac-12 Conference will be well-represented at the 2022 NCAA Wrestling Championships in Detroit, with 26 student-athletes taking part in this year’s event. 

OREGON STATE, the 2022 Pac-12 runner-up, leads the way with eight standouts in the field, and are followed by the 2022 Pac-12 champions, ARIZONA STATE, which will send seven wrestlers to NCAAs. The Sun Devils’ lineup includes six wrestlers who won their respected weight class at the Pac-12 Championships — Brandon Courtney (125), Michael McGee (133), Kyle Parco (149), Jacori Teemer (157), Kordell Norfleet (197), and Cohlton Schultz (285). The 2022 Pac-12 Championships Most Outstanding Wrestler, Evan Wick (Cal Poly) is seeded No. 1 in the 165lb class followed by reigning 165lb national champion, Shane Griffith (Stanford), who is seeded No. 5.

First and second-round championship matches begin on Thursday, March 17 and can be viewed on ESPNU. National championships will be held on Friday, March 19. Additional championship meet information can be found here

Below is the complete list of student-athletes competing in the 2022 NCAA Wrestling Championships, separated by weight class: 

Brandon Courtney, Arizona State (21-1)
Brandon Kaylor, Oregon State (19-4)
Antonio Lorenzo, Cal Poly (20-9)
Logan Ashton, Stanford (7-5)

Michael McGee, Arizona State (21-2)
Devan Turner, Oregon State (20-6)
Chance Rich, CSU Bakersfield (15-4)

Real Woods, Stanford (14-1)
Grant Willits, Oregon State (24-5)

Kyle Parco, Arizona State (21-1)
Legend Lamer, Cal Poly (14-5)
Jaden Abas, Stanford (18-7)
Cory Crooks, Oregon State (13-9)

Jacori Teemer, Arizona State (19-0)
Hunter Willits, Oregon State (13-6)

Evan Wick, Cal Poly (17-0)
Shane Griffith, Stanford (16-4)
Anthony Valencia, Arizona State (16-6)
Matthew Olguin, Oregon State (12-10)

Adam Kemp, Cal Poly (13-4)
Tyler Eischens, Stanford (19-10)

Bernie Truax, Cal Poly (15-1)
Trey Munoz, Oregon State (20-3)

Kordell Norfleet, Arizona State (14-3)

Cohlton Schultz, Arizona State (18-0)
Gary Traub, Oregon State (20-5)