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Courtesy: Tim Tushla
Senior Kyle Blevins went 4-0 on Friday to join Austin Trotman in Saturday's all-America matches.
NCAA Wrestling Championship: Day 3
Courtesy: Appalachian State Sports Information
Release: Saturday 03/17/2012 (ET)
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ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Appalachian seniors Austin Trotman and Kyle Blevins have cemented their place in the ASU record book as all-Americans. Saturday's early session will determine where the two will stand on the podium at the 2012 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships.

Both wrestlers will compete in two matches Saturday. The first will determine whether each competes in his respective third- or fifth-place bout, and final place will be determined by the latter match.

Updates from throughout Saturday's session will begin at 11 a.m. / 10 a.m. Central.

Live brackets and match results are available at TrackWrestling.com. Video of select matches is at ESPN3.com.

Watch Now!

In his final career bout, Austin Trotman took on No. 2 Robert Hamlin of Lehigh, a defending national finalist. Click the picture below and navigate to 2:44:50 to watch the emotional replay.

Senior Kyle Blevins won six straight bouts to advance to the third-place bout at 165 pounds. Watch the Mountaineer's final bout by clicking the picture below and tracking to 2:24:15.

Austin Trotman took on No. 4 Steve Bosak of Cornell in the championship bracket semifinals. Click the picture below and navigate to 1:53.35 to watch the full replay of his overtime match.

In the championship quarterfinals, Austin Trotman accomplished his goal of becoming Appalachian's first all-American since 2003. Watch the emotional match by clicking the picture below and navigating to 2:00:00.

Austin Trotman's winning bout in the Second Round at 184 pounds is currently available at ESPN3.com. Click on the picture and navigate to 2:27:50 to watch Trotman's complete match.

In his first bout, Kyle Blevins squared off against No. 5 Michael Evans of Iowa. See the full replay by clicking on the picture below and navigating to 1:53:30 in the video.





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