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Seeds Announced For 2019 ACC Wrestling Championships

Seeds Announced For 2019 ACC Wrestling Championships

The seeds and brackets for the 2019 ACC wrestling championships have been released, setting up another exciting tournament in one of the nation's toughest conferences. Virginia Tech has won the title the last two years, but NC State and Virginia shared the dual title, setting up an interesting three way race for the team championship. Virginia Tech leads with 3 1-seeds, and Virginia and NC State each have two, with Duke, Pitt, and UNC all having one as well.

125:
1. Jack Mueller, Virginia
2. Sean Fausz, NC State
3. Joey Prata, Virginia Tech
4. Joel Heilmann, North Carolina
5. Brendon Fenton, Pitt
6. Harrison Campbell, Duke

133:
1. Micky Phillippi, Pitt
2. Tariq Wilson, NC State
3. Gary Wayne Harding, North Carolina
4. Korbin Myers, Virginia Tech
5. Louie Hayes, Virginia
6. Arien Leigh, Duke

141:
1. Jamel Morris, NC State
2. Mitch Moore, Virginia Tech
3. A.C. Headlee, North Carolina
4. Josh Finesilver, Duke
5. LJ Bentley, Pitt
6. Sam Krivus, Virginia

149:
1. Mitch Finesilver, Duke
2. Austin O'Connor, North Carolina
3. Justin Oliver, NC State
4. Ryan Blees, Virginia Tech
5. Michael Murphy, Virginia
6. Dallas Bulsak, Pitt

157:
1. Hayden Hidlay, NC State
2. Taleb Rahmani, Pitt
3. B.C. LaPrade, Virginia Tech
4. Josh McClure, North Carolina
5. Jake Keating, Virginia
6. Ben Anderson, Duke

165:
1. Mekhi Lewis, Virginia Tech
2. Cam Coy, Virginia
3. Thomas Bullard, NC State
4. Zach Finesilver, Duke
5. Sawyer Davidson, North Carolina
6. Tommy O'Brien, Pitt

174:
1. David McFadden, Virginia Tech
2. Matt Finesilver, Duke
3. Daniel Bullard, NC State
4. Devin Kane, North Carolina
5. Gregg Harvey, Pitt
6. Robert Patrick, Virginia

184:
1. Zack Zavatsky, Virginia Tech
2. Nino Bonaccorsi, Pitt
3. Nick Reenan, NC State
4. Chip Ness, North Carolina
5. Kaden Russell, Duke
6. Will Schany, Virginia

197:
1. Jay Aiello, Virginia
2. Tom Sleigh, Virginia Tech
3. Malik McDonald, NC State
4. Kellan Stout, Pitt
5. Alec Schenk, Duke
6. Brandon Whitman, North Carolina

285:
1. Cory Daniel, North Carolina
2. Demetrius Thomas, Pitt
3. Billy Miller, Virginia Tech
4. Tyler Love, Virginia
5. Deonte Wilson, NC State
6. Araad Fisher, Duke