DI Wrestling Champ Info

2021 DI Wrestling Championships

2021 DI WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Enterprise Center | St. Louis | March 18 - 20

BACK TO DI Wrestling Champ Info

Road to the Championships

National Participation
There are 77 NCAA member institutions that sponsor DI Wrestling and are eligible to compete in the National Championship. All 77 programs support approximately 2,400 Wrestling student-athletes across the country.

Selection Process
A total of 330 wrestlers* compete at the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships. Of those 330 spots, 290* of them will be determined via automatic qualification. The remaining 40* spots will be selected at-large by the NCAA Division I Wrestling Committee.

Wrestlers will compete in the following 10 weight classes: 125 pounds, 133 pounds, 141 pounds, 149 pounds, 157 pounds, 165 pounds, 174 pounds, 184 pounds, 197 pounds, Heavyweights (183-285 pounds). The same 10 classes will be used in conference and regional qualifying meets.

Wrestlers can earn automatic qualification to the championships based on place finish at their respective qualifying tournaments, the list of 2021 qualifying tournaments will be added soon. 

2021 QUALIFYING TOURNAMENT DATE HOST
Atlantic Coast Conference TBD TBD
Big Ten Conference TBD TBD
Big 12 Conference TBD TBD
Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association TBD TBD
Eastern Wrestling League TBD TBD
Mid-American Conference TBD TBD
Pacific-12 Conference TBD TBD
Southern Conference TBD TBD

*The exact number of student-athletes selected is subject to change

Selection Show | Wednesday, March 11, 2020
The 2020 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship bracket will be announced Wednesday, March 11, time and network are to be announced.

National Championship |  March 21-23, 2020
The 2020 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship will be held at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn. A 33-man tournament will be conducted in 10 weight classes (125 pounds, 133, 141, 149, 157, 165, 174, 184, 197 and heavyweight) to crown individual national champions and the top eight finishers in the double-elimination format will be honored as All-Americans. Wrestlers also accumulate points for their institution with every win as they advance through the bracket to decide the team national champion.

Wrestlers will compete in seven minute matches and will advance through six different competition sessions with the individual national championship matches occurring in session 6 on Saturday evening.

 

Subscribe To Email Updates

Enter your information to receive emails about offers, promotions from NCAA.com and our partners