Cleveland to host 2018 NCAA’s
The 2018 Division I Wrestling National Championship will be at Quicken Loans Arena from March 15-17, 2018 the event is expected to bring $15+ million of economic activity to the region as well as give some major boost to the recently crowned NCAA Champs Ohio State looking to knock off last years champs Penn State University.
Penn State returns 5 National champs from last years NCAA finals and looks to set a team pain record this year. Ohio State with Olympic Champ Kyle Snyder at the helm could play spoiler as they look to grab their 2nd team title in 3 years. Iowa, MIZZU and Okie State will be lurking in the backdrop looking to snatch consistent podium spots and vault their teams into the top 3 elite!
“The Division I Wrestling Championships is a tremendous opportunity to showcase Cleveland’s ability to host outstanding major sporting events,” said Gilbert. “Not only will the event infuse an estimated $15 to $20 million of economic activity into Greater Cleveland, it will highlight Cleveland’s vibrant downtown to tens of thousands of athletes, fans, parents and coaches. This is a significant announcement in the continued quest to make Cleveland the premier destination for sporting events in the country.”
2018 Division III Wrestling Championships at Public Auditorium will also be another great event for not only Cleveland but the wrestling rich state of Ohio.
The announcement continues a long-standing relationship between the Sports Commission and the NCAA.
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