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Mizzou Wrestling wins MAC tournament conference for 8th time in a row

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#TigerStyle continues to dominate in conference play.

It was a big day for Mizzou Wrestling.

Arguably the flagship program at Missouri, wrestling under Brian Smith continues to dominate the MAC after winning their 8th straight conference tournament title (which matches the number of years they’ve been in the league). This is their 9th straight conference tourney win in a row overall.

The NCAA Championships start March 19 and run through Saturday night. It will be held at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. And following the tournament six Tigers earned automatic qualifiers for the National Championships.

Hear from Coach Smith:

Brock Mauller was the lone individual champion defeating Brock Zacherel from Clarion, 5-2. You can here from Brock below:

You can read more on MUTigers.com but Here are the rest of the results:

TEAM STANDINGS

  1. Mizzou – 142.0
  2. Central Michigan – 121.0
  3. Northern Illinois – 90.5
  4. Rider – 84.5
  5. Lock Haven – 82.0
  6. Old Dominion – 68.0
  7. Cleveland State – 64.0
  8. Ohio – 58.5
  9. Kent State – 51.5
  10. Buffalo – 49.5
  11. Edinboro – 45.5
  12. Clarion – 39.5
  13. George Mason – 39.0
  14. Bloomsburg – 32.5
  15. SIU-Edwardsville – 31.0

Individuals

  • 125 Pounds: No. 4 Seed Cameron Valdiviez (19-12) – Fifth Place – Will Need Wild Card for NCAAs
  • 133 Pounds: No. 3 Seed Allan Hart (19-9) – Second Place - Earns Spot at NCAA Championships
  • 141 Pounds: No. 5 Seed Grant Leeth (15-5) – Third Place - Earns Spot at NCAA Championships
  • 149 Pounds: No. 1 Seed Brock Mauller (28-1) – MAC Champion - Earns Spot at NCAA Championships
  • 157 Pounds: No. 3 Seed Jarrett Jacques (25-7) – Second Place - Earns Spot at NCAA Championships
  • 165 Pounds: No. 2 Seed Peyton Mocco (25-12) – Third Place – Will Need A Wild Card
  • 174 Pounds: No. 4 Connor Flynn (22-8) – Third Place - Earns Spot at NCAA Championships
  • 184 Pounds: No. 2 Dylan Wisman (19-8) – Second Place - Earns Spot at NCAA Championships
  • 197 Pounds: No. 3 Wyatt Koelling (20-7) – No Place
  • 285 Pounds: Jake Bohlken (12-16) – Eighth Place