NCAA wrestling championships 2014 Division-1 results recap from day 1 (session 2)

The 2014 NCAA Division-1 national wrestling championships are going down in "The Sooner State" through Saturday and will produce the best and brightest stars in college wrestling. Here are the full results from day one (session two).

The second round of the NCAA Division-1 national championships began on Thursday night (March 20, 2014) inside the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Hundreds of young wrestlers competed for the chance to advance further in the tournament with the hopes of winning All-American status, or even an NCAA championship.

With a total of 10 weight classes and 32 competitors in each division, there's a ton of potential for future mixed martial arts (MMA) superstars among this group. Wrestlers have long performed well inside Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), with All-Americans and NCAA champions often holding the belt.

Just ask the new welterweight kingpin, two-time NCAA champ Johny Hendricks.

With that in mind, take a look at the second session of results featuring the top-five seeded wrestlers in each weight class.

There you have it.

Here are the current school standings. Lots of ties!

1. Penn St. 26.5
2. Minnesota 21.5
2. Oklahoma St. 21.5
4. Iowa 20.5
4. Oklahoma 20.5
6. Ohio St. 19.5
7. Edinboro 18.0
8. Wisconsin 15.5
9. Iowa St. 15.0
10. Cornell 14.0
10. Nebraska 14.0
10. Virginia Tech 14.0

In addition, the next two days will be filled with high-level college wrestling as the tournament progresses, so stick with to keep you up to date.

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