2019 All-Americans in Bold, Qualifiers in Italics
|Northeast 1||Rogers||Coast Guard||18-1|
|Southeast 1||Reyes||Johns Hopkins||34-2|
|Southeast 3||Conners||Washington & Lee||24-7|
|Central 2||Pugh||Mount Union||19-5|
|Central 3||Reicosky||John Carroll||34-7|
|Lower Midwest 1||Birt||Millikin||36-1|
|Lower Midwest 2||Forsyth||Wartburg||29-4|
|Lower Midwest 3||Smith||Loras||15-6|
|Upper Midwest 1||Hertel||La Crosse||17-3|
|Upper Midwest 2||Sigler||Whitewater||23-13|
|Upper Midwest 3||Jeske||Augsburg||9-3|
Seven 2019 All-Americans are in this field, and Lucas Jeske of Augsburg is the two-time defending champion at the weight. He is just 9-3 this year with losses to Max Forsyth of Wartburg and Ryder Sigler of Whitewater. His finals opponent from last year, Dempsey King, is 31-1 and won the Mideast Region. His only loss is to last year’s 4th place finisher Eddie Smith. Smith gave both King and Bradan Birt their only losses but lost to Jeske, Hatch, and Forsyth. 2019 157 lbs. runner-up Antwon Pugh made his 165 debut at the regional and finished in 2nd place behind the undefeated Kyle Hatch of Wabash. Austin Whitney was 8th here last year and returns after a runner-up finish to King in the Mideast.
Philip Rogers of Coast Guard won the Northeast region but has only wrestled one match against another qualifier, and that was the regional final. Dominick Reyes of Johns Hopkins won the Southeast over Thomas Poklikuha in a battle between 2018 NCAA qualifiers. Mitchell Hertel won the Lower Midwest at this weight. All three of his losses this season were at 174 before he dropped to 165 for the WIAC Championships in mid-February.
Tyler Marsh qualified for the third year in a row,giving WPI their first three-time qualifier since 1999. He is looking for his first win at the championships, however.