The NCAA announced Wednesday that there would not be fan attendance at the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships scheduled for March 19-21 in Minneapolis.

The NCAA also announced the seeds for the 2020 Championships on Wednesday, too.

Spencer Lee, Pat Lugo, and Alex Marinelli are the top seeds at 125, 149, and 165 pounds. All three wrestlers won their respective brackets at the 2020 Big Ten Championships on March 8.

Lee is the two-time defending champion at 125 pounds. He won national titles in 2018 and 2019 as the No. 3 seed. Marinelli is the top seed at 165 for the second straight year. He enters the tournament 20-1 overall. Lugo is the top seed at 149 and enters the tournament with a record of 21-1.

Iowa is sending its entire 10-man lineup to the NCAA Championships. The lineup, seeds, and opening round opponents are listed below.

IOWA'S FIRST ROUND NCAA MATCHUPS (# indicates tournament seed)
125 - #1 Spencer Lee (Iowa) vs. #32 Dominic LaJoie (Cornell)/#33 Antonio Mininno (Drexel)
133 - #6 Austin DeSanto (Iowa) vs. #27 Jarrett Trombley (NCST)
141 - #7 Max Murin (Iowa) vs. #26 Salvatore Profaci (American)
149 - #1 Pat Lugo (Iowa) vs. #32 Greg Gaxiola (Fresno State)/#33 Selwyn Porter (The Citadel)
157 - #8 Kaleb Young (Iowa) vs. #25 Jacob Wright (Fresno State)
165 - #1 Alex Marinelli (Iowa) vs. #32 Tyler Meisinger (Michigan)/#33 Cam Coy (Virginia)
174 - #2 Michael Kemerer (Iowa) vs. #31 Cody Hughes (Virginia Tech)
184 - #11 Abe Assad (Iowa) vs. Dylan Wisman (Missouri)
197 - #5 Jacob Warner (Iowa) vs. #28 Landon Pelham (CMU)
285 - #3 Tony Cassioppi (Iowa) vs. #30 Andrew Gunning (North Carolina)

Here are the top eight seeds for each weight class:

125 pounds
No. 1 seed: Spencer Lee, Iowa
No. 2 seed: Pat Glory, Princeton
No. 3 seed: Nick Piccininni, Oklahoma State
No. 4 seed: Jack Mueller, Virginia
No. 5 seed: Devin Schroder, Purdue
No. 6 seed: Drew Hildebrandt, Central Michigan
No. 7 seed: Brandon Paetzell, Lehigh
No. 8 seed: Michael DeAugustino, Northwestern

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Former Bettendorf prep and UNI #17 seed Jacob Schwarm could meet Iowa's Spencer Lee in the second round.

133 pounds
No. 1 seed: Sebastian Rivera, Northwestern
No. 2 seed: Seth Gross, Wisconsin
No. 3 seed: Chas Tucker, Cornell
No. 4 seed: Mickey Phillipi, Pittsburgh
No. 5 seed: Roman Bravo-Young, Penn State
No. 6 seed: Austin DeSanto, Iowa
No. 7 seed: Travis Piotrowski, Illinois
No. 8 seed: Montorie Bridges, Wyoming

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141 pounds
No. 1 seed: Luke Pletcher, Ohio State
No. 2 seed: Nick Lee, Penn State
No. 3 seed: Real Woods, Stanford
No. 4 seed: Ian Parker, Iowa State
No. 5 seed: Dom Demas, Oklahoma
No. 6 seed: Chad Red, Nebraska
No. 7 seed: Max Murin Iowa
No. 8 seed: Josh Heil, Campbell

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149 pounds
No. 1 seed: Pat Lugo, Iowa
No. 2 seed: Austin O'Connor, North Carolina
No. 3 seed: Sammy Sasso, Ohio State
No. 4 seed: Brock Mauller, Missouri
No. 5 seed: Boo Lewallen, Oklahoma State
No. 6 seed: Matt Kolodzik, Princeton
No. 7 seed: Brayton Lee, Minnesota
No. 8 seed: Jarrett Degen, Iowa State

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157 pounds
No. 1 seed: Ryan Deakin, Northwestern
No. 2 seed: Hayden Hidlay, North Carolina State
No. 3 seed: David Carr, Iowa State
No. 4 seed: Jesse Dellavecchia, Rider
No. 5 seed: Quincy Monday, Princeton
No. 6 seed: Kendall Coleman, Purdue
No. 7 seed: Josh Humphreys, Lehigh
No. 8 seed: Kaleb Young, Iowa

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165 pounds
No. 1 seed: Alex Marinelli, Iowa
No. 2 seed: Vincenzo Joseph, Penn State
No. 3 seed: Shane Griffith, Stanford
No. 4 seed: Travis Wittlake, Oklahoma State
No. 5 seed: Isaiah White, Nebraska
No. 6 seed: Josh Shields, Arizona State
No. 7 seed: David McFadden, Virginia Tech
No. 8 seed: Evan Wick, Wisconsin

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174 pounds
No. 1 seed: Mark Hall, Penn State
No. 2 seed: Michael Kemerer, Iowa
No. 3 seed: Jordan Kutler, Lehigh
No. 4 seed: Dylan Lydy, Purdue
No. 5 seed: Bryce Steiert, Northern Iowa
No. 6 seed: Kaleb Romero, Ohio State
No. 7 seed: Devin Skatzka, Minnesota
No. 8 seed: Anthony Valencia, Arizona State

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184 pounds
No. 1 seed: Taylor Lujan, Northern Iowa
No. 2 seed: Hunter Bolen, Virginia Tech
No. 3 seed: Aaron Brooks, Penn State
No. 4 seed: Lou DePrez, Binghamton
No. 5 seed: Trent Hidlay, North Carolina State
No. 6 seed: Cameron Caffey, Michigan State
No. 7 seed: Taylor Venz, Nebraska
No. 8 seed: Andrew Morgan, Campbell

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197 pounds
No. 1 seed: Kollin Moore, Ohio State
No. 2 seed: Noah Adams, West Virginia
No. 3 seed: Eric Schultz, Nebraska
No. 4 seed: Ben Darmstadt, Cornell
No. 5 seed: Jacob Warner, Iowa
No. 6 seed: Christian Brunner, Purdue
No. 7 seed: Jay Aiello, Virginia
No. 8 seed: Patrick Brucki, Princeton

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285 pounds
No. 1 seed: Gable Steveson, Minnesota
No. 2 seed: Mason Parris, Michigan
No. 3 seed: Tony Cassioppi, Iowa
No. 4 seed: Tanner Hall, Arizona State
No. 5 seed: Matt Stencel, Central Michigan
No. 6 seed: Trent Hilger, Wisconsin
No. 7 seed: Demetrius Thomas, Pittsburgh
No. 8 seed: Tate Orndorff, Utah Valley

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The 2020 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship are March 19-21 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. Evening sessions are all on ESPN. Day session are on ESPNU, and single mat coverage of every match is available on WatchESPN.