After losing a 3-0 decision in the consolation quarterfinals to Hofstra's Chris Weidman, 5-1, Villers injury defaulted to T.J. Morrison of Rider in the seventh-place bout.
Three other Mountaineers, Zac Fryling (157), Chance Litton (184) and Dustin Rogers (HWT), entered Saturday still alive in competition. However none advanced to consolation quarterfinals.
Fryling went 1-1 on the day as he defeated S. F. State's Kenneth Packard, 5-3, in his first match of the day and then lost a close 4-3 decision to Columbia's Devin Mesanko.
Rogers earned a pair of wins in consolation action over Penn's Benn Reiter (9-4) and Boise State's Andy Patrick (3-2). The Corning, Calif., native injury defaulted before his next bout against Kent State's Jemail Porter.
The Mountaineers are off until Friday, Dec. 15, when they host Duquesne at the WVU Coliseum in their first dual meet of the season. Wrestling begins at 8 p.m.