NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships All Session Pass Tickets

Raging through an entire season of thrills, spills and inexplicable twists, the national collegiate wrestling program reaches its pinnacle in March. It is the performance on the grandest stage that separates men from boys and allows the valiant gladiators to etch their names in history books. NCAA Division I Wrestling program is the highest tier of the sport on the collegiate circuit. 28 ranked teams represent their institutions in a ferocious sport where stealth counts as much as brawn. And as the elite wrestling tournament winds to an exciting finish at St. Louis’s Scottrade Center in March 2012, All Session Pass tickets are going to top the priority lists for eager fans.

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The Sports Management Cabinet has this year approved changes ensuring fairer competition. The new selection criteria focus on the requirement for each wrestler to compete in at least eight matches at the weight category that he plans on featuring in at the Championships. This points to better weight-management plans and ensures more weight-specific athletes than athletes jumping categories randomly. The other change is keeping 29 pre-allocation berths, with four available to at-large candidates. This helps highlight the advantage of a better regular season. Two of the following criteria would have to be met for athletes to be considered “bronze standard” and eligible for at-large selection: Top 33 RPI, Top 33 coaches ranking, .700 winning percentage, one win against an automatic qualifier, or a qualifying event placement one notch below automatic qualification. Earlier, only one had to be met. Rules and regulations were also tweaked this year. The changes introduced pertain to discouraging “stalling” (one or both athletes attempting to avoid wrestling action tactically), stricter non-bleeding injury timeout rules, and video reviews requested by coaches. The NCAA has approved ten weight classes, and the winners in each are awarded individual championships. Their cumulative points result in the awarding of the Team Championship, while the Dan Hodge Trophy is given to the top nationwide collegiate wrestler.
The Championships have been held at various venues since 1929. St. Louis’s Scottrade Center hosts its sixth finals in 15 years in March. It can seat 21,151 raucous wrestling fans with All Session Pass tickets. The multipurpose venue has hosted concerts from legends like Metallica and Roger Waters, along with ice hockey and basketball. The show-stopping incident during 2011’s Finals was journeyman Bubba Jenkins’ fantastic pin of PSU’s freshman sensation David Taylor.
AT&T, Capital One, and Coca-Cola are the NCAA Corporate Champions. All season long, the shenanigans of high-profile coaches and managers stand out. NCAA Wrestling governs a huge fan base, and as last year’s Jenkins-Taylor match crowd of 17,687 (second-highest ever) and the record-breaking cumulative six-session crowd of 104,260 proves, the fans are coming out in huge numbers.
Seeing skilled tacticians read their opponent’s every slight move before bringing their overpowering strength into play makes for great viewing. The wrestlers themselves are geed up by the crowd’s undying support and All Session Pass tickets ensure a full house throughout the March 2012, 15-17 finals.

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