Iowa Hawkeyes

Big Ten Wrestling Championships 2020: Finals results, full match replays, team scores

Iowa wrestler Pat Lugo. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette)
Iowa wrestler Pat Lugo. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette)

Top-ranked Iowa went 3-1 in the finals and clinched its first Big Ten wrestling championship since 2015 Sunday at Rutgers Athletic Center in Piscataway, N.J.

It's the Hawkeyes' first outright conference title since 2010.

Spencer Lee (125), Pat Lugo (141) and Alex Marinelli (165) topped the podium for Iowa, while Michael Kemerer was the runner-up at 174.

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Lee beat Devin Schroder by major decision in the 125-pound final and was named the Big Ten Wrestler of the Year. Iowa's Tom Brands was named Big Ten Coach of the Year.

The Hawkeyes finished with 157.5 team points, 25.5 more than second-place Nebraska.

Find finals results, team scores, final individual places and full match replays from the finals here.

Big Ten wrestling: Final team scores

1. Iowa 157.5

2. Nebraska 132

3. Ohio State 112

4. Penn State 107

5. Purdue 83

6. Northwestern 79.5

7. Michigan 73

8. Minnesota 63.5

9. Wisconsin 62.5

10. Michigan State 57

11. Illinois 49

12. Rutgers 25.5

13. Indiana 14.5

14. Maryland 0

 

Big Ten wrestling championship results, final places

Tournament seeds listed

[Full results, brackets — FloArena]

125: No. 1 Spencer Lee (Iowa) major dec. No. 2 Devin Schroder (Purdue), 16-2

1. Spencer Lee (Iowa)

2. Devin Schroder (Purdue)

3. Michael DeAugustino (Northwestern)

4. Jack Medley (Michigan)

5. Liam Cronin (Indiana)

6. Alex Thomsen (Nebraska)

7. Malik Heinselman (Ohio State)

8. Logan Griffin (Michigan State)

 

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133: No. 5 Sebastian Rivera (Northwestern) dec. No. 2 Roman Bravo-Young (Penn State), 7-2

1. Sebastian Rivera (Northwestern)

2. Roman Bravo-Young (Penn State)

3. Seth Gross (Wisconsin)

4. Austin DeSanto (Iowa)

5. Travis Piotrowski (Illinois)

6. Sammy Alvarez (Rutgers)

7. Ridge Lovett (Nebraska)

8. Joey Silva (Michigan)

 

141: No. 2 Luke Pletcher (Ohio State) dec. No. 1 Nick Lee (Penn State), 6-5

1. Luke Pletcher (Ohio State)

2. Nick Lee (Penn State)

3. Chad Red (Nebraska)

4. Tristan Moran (Wisconsin)

5. Max Murin (Iowa)

6. Mitchell McKee (Minnesota)

7. Dylan Duncan (Illinois)

8. Parker Filius (Purdue)

 

149: No. 2 Pat Lugo (Iowa) dec. No. 1 Sammy Sasso (Ohio State), 2-1

1. Pat Lugo (Iowa)

2. Sammy Sasso (Ohio State)

3. Collin Purinton (Nebraska)

4. Brayton Lee (Minnesota)

5. Kanen Storr (Michigan)

6. Griffin Parriott (Purdue)

7. Alex Hrisopoulos (Michigan State)

8. Cole Martin (Wisconsin)

 

157: No. 1 Ryan Deakin (Northwestern) dec. No. 3 Kendall Coleman (Purdue), 7-2

1. Ryan Deakin (Northwestern)

2. Kendall Coleman (Purdue)

3. Peyton Robb (Nebraska)

4. Eric Barone (Illinois)

5. Will Lewan (Michigan)

6. Jake Tucker (Michigan State)

7. Michael Van Brill (Rutgers)

8. Garrett Model (Wisconsin)

 

165: No. 2 Alex Marinelli (Iowa) dec. No. 1 Vincenzo Joseph (Penn State), 3-2

1. Alex Marinelli (Iowa)

2. Vincenzo Joseph (Penn State)

3. Isaiah White (Nebraska)

4. Ethan Smith (Ohio State)

5. Shayne Oster (Northwestern)

6. Danny Braunagel (Illinois)

7. Drew Hughes (Michigan State)

8. Tyler Meisinger (Michigan)

 

174: No. 2 Mark Hall (Penn State) dec. No. 1 Michael Kemerer (Iowa), 8-5

1. Mark Hall (Penn State)

2. Michael Kemerer (Iowa)

3. Dylan Lydy (Purdue)

4. Kaleb Romero (Ohio State)

5. Devin Skatzka (Minnesota)

6. Michael Labriola (Nebraska)

7. Layne Malczewski (Michigan State)

8. Joey Gunther (Illinois)

 

184No. 1 Aaron Brooks (Penn State) dec. No. 2 Cameron Caffey (Michigan State), 3-2

1. Aaron Brooks (Penn State)

2. Cameron Caffey (Michigan State)

3. Taylor Venz (Nebraska)

4. Abe Assad (Iowa)

5. Rocky Jordan (Ohio State)

6. Max Lyon (Purdue)

7. Johnny Sebastian (Wisconsin)

8. Jelani Embree (Michigan)

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197: No. 1 Kollin Moore (Ohio State) dec. No. 2 Eric Schultz (Nebraska), 4-1

1. Kollin Moore (Ohio State)

2. Eric Schultz (Nebraska)

3. Jacob Warner (Iowa)

4. Shakur Rasheed (Penn State)

5. Lucas Davison (Northwestern)

6. Christian Brunner (Purdue)

7. Jackson Striggow (Michigan)

8. Hunter Ritter (Minnesota)

 

Hwt.: No. 2 Gable Steveson (Minnesota) dec. No. 1 Mason Parris (Michigan), 8-6

1. Gable Steveson (Minnesota)

2. Mason Parris (Michigan)

3. Tony Cassioppi (Iowa)

4. Trent Hillger (Wisconsin)

5. David Jensen (Nebraska)

6. Gary Traub (Ohio State)

7. Thomas Penola (Purdue)

8. Luke Luffman (Illinois)

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