The Gophers got big wins from Sam Brancale, Dylan Ness and Scott Schiller to defeat the Hawkeyes in Iowa City.
King has 11 athletes in the semifinals, leading Oklahoma City by 18 points after the first day.
Most dominant wrestlers, most pins and most falls leaders announced in all three divisions.
King is led by Alli Ragan and Sarah Hildebrandt, Simon Fraser by Helen Maroulis and Victoria Anthony and Oklahoma City by Emily Webster.
The 24-team field will feature nine of the top 10 ranked teams in the NCWA including No. 1 Grand Canyon.
Iowa moves to No. 2 behind Penn State, with Cornell the new No. 3, Minnesota at No. 4 and Northern Iowa at No. 5, after weekend of upsets.
Freshman Adam Coon of Michigan beat 2x NCAA champ Tony Nelson of Minnesota, giving the Wolverines an upset dual win.
The Panthers was awarded the tiebreaking point in an 18-18 draw based upon a pin by Mike Racciato at 149.
Maryland Terrapins Kerry McCoy, Jimmy Sheptock and Spencer Myers join Google+ Hangout panel Jan. 20
Iowa won seven of 10 to continue its winning streak, but James Green beat Derek St. John in the featured battle at 157.
FILA seeks talented athletes for Junior Greco Open