The Big 12 Wrestling Championship was held this past weekend and West Virginia had five wrestlers land spots on the podium.

Three of them, redshirt freshman Jordan Titus (141), junior Peyton Hall (165), and redshirt junior Michael Wolfgram (HWT) have qualified for the national tournament.

Titus will be making his first trip to the national tournament after claiming the seventh and final spot at 141 pounds in the seventh place match. He defeated Wyoming’s Job Greenwood by a 3-1 decision on a pin as time expired.

After making to the tournament last season with an at-large bid, Michael Wolfgram took the eighth and final spot in the heavyweight class to qualify for the national tournament for the second consecutive year. He lost the seventh place match to No. 6 seed Josh Heindselman by a 6-4 decision.

Peyton Hall is making his third consecutive appearance at the national tournament after claiming sixth place on the podium. He defeated Oklahoma’s Gerrit Nijenhuis in the quarterfinals by a fall, then lost in the semifinals on a decision to Iowa State’s David Carr and by a forfeit in the fifth place match to Northern Iowa’s Austin Yant.

“I don’t think we wrestled as well as we could of,” West Virginia head coach Tim Flynn said. “But we still got three through to nationals, congrats to them, and hopefully we’ll gain a couple more wildcards and we can put on a good showing in two weeks.”

Senior Scott Joll (174) and redshirt sophomore Austin Cooley (197) earned seventh place finishes in their respective weight classes. They are still waiting alongside fifth-year senior Killian Cardinale, junior Sam Hillegas, and redshirt junior Anthony Carman as to whether or not they get to make it to the national tournament.

Scott Joll defeated Iowa State’s Julien Broderson on a 7-4 decision to claim seventh place, while Austin Cooley defeated Air Force’s Calvin Sund on a 8-2 decision for his seventh place finish.

The NCAA Championships will have their brackets and seedings finalized on Wednesday, March 8, at 8 p.m. ET, with the at-large bids being announced the day before on March 7.