University of Michigan 30 v University of Pittsburgh 28       University of Notre Dame 13 v University of Michigan 42       Penn State - New Kensington 21 v University of Akron 36       University of Michigan 33 v University of Wisconsin - Madison 22       Penn State University - DuBois 31 v University of Akron 30       Penn State - Fayette 10 v University of Akron 30       University of Toledo 39 v Texas A&M University 18       Pennsylvania State University 33 v Penn State University - DuBois 12       Pennsylvania State University 45 v University of Akron 18       Pennsylvania State University 42 v Penn State - Fayette 9       

National Qualifier Conference Bid Totals Released by NCWA

02/24/2014 -

The NCWA has released its qualifying spots for the 2014 Championships. The list below represents the automatic bids per weight class available to each conference, plus the number of wildcard entries apportioned to each conference.

The Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast Conferences can each send their top six conference placers on to nationals, with the Mideast sending five.
The Northeast Conference’s 13 wildcard slots will give it the most total entries with 19. The Mid-Atlantic, Southeast and Mideast each have 10 wildcard entries that can be used for any wrestler who did not qualify on the automatic list, with other wildcard totals listed below.

NCWA’s Super Saturday of conference championships is March 1, with host sites across the country at Allendale, Mich. (Great Lakes Conference); Wichita, Kan. (Great Plains); Johnson City, Tenn. (Mid-Atlantic); Williamsport, Pa. (Mideast); Durham, N.H. (Northeast); Ellensburg, Wash. (Northwest); Orlando, Fla. (Southeast); Austin, Texas (Southwest); and St. George, Utah (West Coast).
The 2014 NCWA Championships are March 13-15 in Allen, Texas.

Conf. – Auto. Bids – Wildcards = Total
Northeast – 6 – 13 = 19
Mid-Atlantic – 6 – 10 = 16
Southeast – 6 – 10 = 16
Mideast – 5 – 10 = 15
Great Lakes – 4 – 6 = 10
West Coast – 3 – 5 = 8
Great Plains – 3 – 2 = 5
Northwest – 2 – 4 = 6
Southwest – 1 – 6 = 7