Watch NCAA Wrestling Championships 2023: Schedule, TV Channel, Bracket & Results

The NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships began on Thursday, March 16, and will conclude on Saturday, March 18 with two significant competitions. The championship for this season takes place in The BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma

The NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships feature the All-America team in addition to selecting a national champion. The best wrestlers from all over the United States compete against one another every year to decide which school has the best wrestling program.

The competition takes place in Tulsa, Oklahoma, from March 16 to March 18 this year. This year, athletes like Iowa State’s David Carr, Iowa’s Real Woods, and Northern Colorado’s Andrew Alirez are at the center of interest.

The competition features some of the greatest combat sports athletes such as Mark Coleman, Kevin Randleman, Ben Askren, Kurt Angle, Brock Lesnar, and Chris Weidman.

Here is all you need to know about this year’s NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships, from the updated brackets, channel, times, and more.

NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships updated bracket, results

School Points
Penn State 26
Iowa 21.5
Missouri 17.5
Minnesota, NC State 16.5
Cornell, Nebraska 15.5
Michigan, Ohio State 14.5
Arizona State, Virginia Tech, Wisconsin 13
Iowa State, Northwestern 12
Northern Iowa 11
South Dakota State 10.5
Illinois, Oklahoma State, Stanford 10
Air Force, North Dakota State 9.5
Lehigh, North Carolina 9
Princeton 8
Maryland, Pittsburgh 7.5

Spencer Lee from the University of Iowa and Yianni Diakomihalis from Cornell aim to win four consecutive NCAA wrestling championships. In an upcoming match, Max Murin will take on Yianni for a chance to win the NCAA tournament podium for the fourth consecutive year.

Returning National Champions Max Dean and Shane Griffith faced significant defeats in their respective contests. Shayne Van Ness, a 157-pound true freshman, has advanced to the semifinals in the meanwhile.

Where I can watch the 2023 College Wrestling Championships finals

Date Time Event Channel + Live Stream
Thursday, March 16 12 p.m. ET Pigtails and First Round ESPNU
Thursday, March 16 7 p.m. ET Second Round ESPN
Friday, March 17 12 p.m. ET Quarterfinals ESPNU
Friday, March 17 8 a.m. ET Semifinals ESPN
Saturday, March 18 10 a.m. ET
  • Session 5- Three Mat Configuration
  • Wrestle-Back Semifinals on all three mats.
  • Followed by third, fifth, and seventh-place medal-round matches.
ESPNU/ Stream Link
Saturday, March 18 6 p.m. ET
  • Session 6- One Championship Mat
  • Championship weight class finals.
  • Individual weight class awards.
ESPN/Stream Link

College wrestling fans can watch the complete tournament live stream via FuboTV for 7 days free, or the best way to watch is via PremiumTV anywhere, if you are looking for only today’s NCAA DI College Wrestling Championships game then, PremiumTV would be the best choice for you.