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Date/time: March 16th through 18th, 2017
Channels: ESPN, ESPNU
Live stream: ESPN and ESPNU
Wrestling fans, get ready: it’s time for the 2017 NCAA Wrestling Championship! The action begins today, March 16th, and continues through Saturday, March 18th. As the best teams in Division I descend on St. Louis for this epic event, millions of fans will tune in from home for the action. If you’re looking for the NCAA Wrestling Championship live stream, look no further than the guide below.
The 2017 Championships will air on ESPN and ESPNU, with the Championship Finals on ESPN. Here’s the good news, though: you don’t need cable TV to watch! You can now watch NCAA Wrestling Championship online, without cable, using the services described below.
It might be every employee’s dream to hear from a boss, but the 20 finalists at the NCAA Wrestling Championships have earned their time off the mat Saturday morning at Scottrade Center.
When they return Saturday night, a national championship will be on the line.
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Minnesota’s Ethan Lizak (125): I was just ready sad about happened this past year (suspension), and I knew I had to make up for it big time. So this summer I got a job working landscaping. Was up at 6 (a.m.) shoveling rocks, doing a lot of stuff and that was basically my lift for the day. After that, I’d go for a run — 5 to 10 miles every day.”
Illinois’ Isaiah Martinez (165): It’s definitely not (just) another match, and I don’t believe athletes that say this tournament is just another tournament. I really don’t believe it. I think they do it to give themselves a false security.”