The last time Midlands was hosted was in 2019.
NJ state champion and NCAA All-American Pat Glory of Princeton won the 2019 Midlands at 125 pounds.
The Princeton Tigers - who had two other third place medalists - finished fifth as a team!
Here are all of the medalists from the 2019 Midlands tournament!
1st: No. 3 Pat Glory (Princeton) dec. No. 10 Michael DeAugustino (Northwestern), 4-0
3rd: No. 11 Michael Colaiocco (Penn) dec. No. 9 Drew Hildebrandt (Central Michigan), 5-4
5th: No. 1 Spencer Lee (Iowa) and No. 8 Brock Hudkins (Indiana) double medical forfeit
7th: Chris Cannon (Northwestern) maj. dec. Nolan Hellickson (Harvard), 12-2
1st: No. 2 Seth Gross (Wisconsin) dec. No. 1 Austin DeSanto (Iowa), 6-5
3rd: Travis Piotrowski (Illinois) by injury default over No. 3 Sebastian Rivera (Northwestern)
5th: Noah Gonser (Campbell) dec. Louie Hayes (Virginia), 3-2
7th: Colin Valdiviez (Northwestern) maj. dec. Joe Heilmann (North Carolina), 13-0
1st: No. 8 Max Murin (Iowa) dec. No. 7 Josh Heil (Campbell), 5-3
3rd: Zach Sherman (North Carolina) dec. Dylan Duncan (Illinois), 3-2
5th: No. 17 Shakur Laney (Ohio) by medical forfeit over No. 9 Tristan Moran (Wisconsin)
7th: Dresden Simon (Central Michigan) dec. Salvatore Profaci (American), 9-5
1st: No. 3 Pat Lugo (Iowa) dec. No. 1 Austin O'Connor (North Carolina), 8-4
3rd: No. 7 Max Thomsen (Northern Iowa) by medical forfeit over Vincent Turk (Iowa)
5th: No. 15 Kizhan Clarke (American) by medical forfeit over Jeron Glasser (Iowa)
7th: Kanen Storr (Michigan) dec. Alec Hagan (Ohio), 6-4 SV
1st: No. 8 Kaleb Young (Iowa) dec. Markus Hartman (Army West Point), 5-3
3rd: No. 5 Quincy Monday (Princeton) dec. No. 9 Kendall Coleman (Purdue), 5-3
5th: Logan Parks (Central Michigan) dec. No. 10 Anthony Artalona (Penn), 3-1 SV
7th: No. 19 Justin Ruffin (SIUE) by medical forfeit over Cade Devos (South Dakota State)
1st: No. 2 Alex Marinelli (Iowa) dec. No. 6 David McFadden (Virginia Tech), 5-3
3rd: No. 3 Evan Wick (Wisconsin) maj. dec. Danny Braunagel (Illinois), 13-3
5th: No. 19 Philip Conigliaro (Harvard) dec. No. 15 Zach Hartman (Bucknell), 7-3
7th: No. 17 Kennedy Monday (North Carolina) pinned Izzak Olejnik (Northern Illinois), 0:28
1st: No. 4 Dylan Lydy (Purdue) dec. No. 5 Bryce Steiert (Northern Iowa), 3-2
3rd: No. 10 Joey Gunther (Illinois) dec. No. 11 Ben Harvey (Army West Point), 4-2
5th: Jacob Covaciu (Indiana) by default over Donnell Washington (Indiana)
7th: Victor Marcelli (Virginia) by medical forfeit over Tyler Morland (Northwestern)
1st: No. 4 Taylor Lujan (Northern Iowa) dec. Abe Assad (Iowa), 3-0
3rd: Cash Wilcke (Iowa) dec. Zach Braunagel (Illinois), 5-3
5th: Andrew Morgan (Campbell) dec. No. 12 Noah Stewart (Army West Point), 6-4
7th: Jack Jessen Villa (Northwestern) by medical forfeit over No. 20 Johnny Sebastian (Wisconsin)
1st: No. 8 Christian Brunner (Purdue) dec. No. 16 Jay Aiello (Virginia), 7-3
3rd: No. 3 Patrick Brucki (Princeton) dec. No. 2 Jacob Warner (Iowa), 10-5
5th: Gage Braun (Northern Illinois) by medical forfeit over Hunter Ritter (Minnesota)
7th: J.T. Brown (Army West Point) by medical forfeit over Alex Hopkins (Army West Point)
1st: No. 4 Tony Cassioppi (Iowa) dec. No. 8 Matt Stencel (Central Michigan), 5-1
3rd: No. 5 Trent Hillger (Wisconsin) dec. Yaraslau Slavikouski (Harvard), 3-0
5th: No. 15 Carter Isley (Northern Iowa) by medical forfeit over No. 13 Josh Hokit (Fresno State)
7th: Zach Elam (Missouri) dec. Bobby Heald Bedford (Army West Point), 6-0
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