Three Huskers earned All-America honors and three additional wrestlers made it to the Round of 12 to lead Nebraska to a ninth-place finish at the 2015 NCAA Championships in St. Louis, Mo.
Ten Husker wrestlers garnered Academic All-Big Ten accolades when the conference announced its honorees on Wednesday.
Seniors Robert Kokesh (174) and James Green (157) finished their Husker careers by each finishing third at the 2015 NCAA Championships at the Scottrade Center on Saturday.
James Green (157) fell in his semifinal match, but Robert Kokesh (174) and TJ Dudley (184) each captured All-America honors during Session IV of the NCAA Championships at the Scottrade Center on Friday night.
Senior James Green (157) won a 12-4 major decision over 12th-seeded Mitchell Minotti of Lehigh during Session III of the NCAA Championships on Friday to advance to the semifinals.
Robert Kokesh (174), James Green (157) and Anthony Abidin (141) each advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championships during Session II of the tournament on Thursday night.
Junior Austin Wilson (165) knocked off No. 2 seed Michael Moreno of Iowa State and five other Huskers posted wins in Session I at the Scottrade Center on Thursday.
The Nebraska wrestling team concludes its season at the NCAA Championships, Thursday through Saturday, at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Mo.
Nine Husker wrestlers earned spots in the 2015 NCAA Championships when the field was announced on Wednesday.
Senior Robert Kokesh captured the 174-pound Big Ten title after a 7-3 decision over No. 2 seed Matt Brown of Penn State at St. John Arena on Sunday.
Senior Robert Kokesh (174) won both of his matches on Saturday to advance to Sunday's Big Ten Finals against Penn State's Matt Brown.
All-Americans Robert Kokesh (174) and James Green (157) each advanced to the Big Ten Semifinals after Session I of the tournament on Saturday at St. John Arena.