Maryland senior Hudson Taylor lost a 1-0 semifinal decision to second-seeded Craig Brester of Nebraska in the final minute Friday night at the NCAA Wrestling Championships in Omaha, Neb. Taylor had already clinched All-America status and is the Terps' first three-time All-American. Taylor would finish third at the NCAAs for the third straight years by winning both of his matches today. He faces Wisconsin's Trevor Brandvold in his first match this morning. Maryland's Steven Bell won his first match of the evening session and also clinched All-America status, while Josh Asper fell short. Bell defeated Nicholas Fanthorpe of Iowa State with a takedown in sudden-death overtime, becoming the fifth two-time All-American in Terps history. He lost his second match to Kent State's Dan Mitcheff and will wrestle for seventh place today. Asper held a 3-2 lead in his match with Old Dominion's Chris Brown, but Brown recorded a takedown as time expired. After a discussion, the referees awarded Brown two points, giving him a 4-3 victory and denying Asper All-America status. Maryland coaches filed an official protest, but video and audio review couldn't overturn the referees' decision and the protest was denied.