Illinois’ Isaiah Martinez takes control of Virginia Tech’s Nick Brascetta in a 157-pound quarterfinal at the NCAA Division I championship Friday in New York. Martinez won 6-3, topped Kent State’s Ian Miller with a 7-5 sudden victory in overtime in the semifinal and will look to complete his bid for back-to-back national championships when he faces Jason Nolf of Penn State on Saturday.
Illinois’ Isaiah Martinez takes control of Virginia Tech’s Nick Brascetta in a 157-pound quarterfinal at the NCAA Division I championship Friday in New York. Martinez won 6-3, topped Kent State’s Ian Miller with a 7-5 sudden victory in overtime in the semifinal and will look to complete his bid for back-to-back national championships when he faces Jason Nolf of Penn State on Saturday. SETH WENIG THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Illinois’ Isaiah Martinez takes control of Virginia Tech’s Nick Brascetta in a 157-pound quarterfinal at the NCAA Division I championship Friday in New York. Martinez won 6-3, topped Kent State’s Ian Miller with a 7-5 sudden victory in overtime in the semifinal and will look to complete his bid for back-to-back national championships when he faces Jason Nolf of Penn State on Saturday. SETH WENIG THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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