NCAA Wrestling Championships conclude in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The 2024 NCAA Wrestling Division I Championships wrapped up Saturday at the T Mobile Center.

“It’s my third time. So, Kansas City has been my favorite so far,” Brent Szwalla, who was in Kansas City for the NCAA Wrestling Championships, said. “It’s just the people and the scenery, the skyline and everything about it, it’s great.”

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“It’s been a great week. Fantastic wrestling,” Paul Faine, who was also in KC for the wrestling championships said. “Three days isn’t enough. We’ve had a great time.”

Fans say the energy has been high inside the T Mobile Center throughout the tournament.

“The brackets have been crazy in wrestling. Everything you’d expect kind of goes in disarray,” Szwalla said. “It’s been really, really exciting, like screaming in the stadium inside. There’s a lot of energy.”

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The tournament brought people from all over the country to Kansas City.

“We’ve been out the whole weekend. We got in on Thursday and will be going home on Sunday. So this is an awesome venue, I’ll tell you that,” Jeromy Mouw said. It’s been a great town. This place is awesome. The nightlife here is good. It’s been a fantastic time.”

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