ST. LOUIS — Oklahoma State’s Coleman Scott didn’t waste time in winning a NCAA wrestling championship Saturday.

The four-time All-American pinned Iowa’s Joey Slaton in 49 seconds to finish off his career. He won two Big 12 Conference tities and becomes only the 12th Cowboy to be named All-American four times.

Oklahoma State’s Coleman Scott Wins NCAA Championship. He ends up with a 117-22 record and 33-4 as a senior.

Meanwhile, Oklahoma junior Will Rowe fell short of getting All-American status as he lost 7-6 in the fifth round consolations.

Iowa ran away with the team title. The top-ranked Hawkeyes put a stranglehold on their first championship since 2000 and 21st overall a day earlier and finished with 117.5 points and a whopping 38.5-point victory margin. Ohio State finished a distant second, the school’s best finish.

Ohio State had 79 points, four ahead of Penn State. Nebraska was fourth with 74, followed by Iowa State and Oklahoma State (72), Central Michigan and Michigan (67) and Minnesota (61.5).



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