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125 - National Champion - Jr. Darian Cruz (Lehigh)

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2. So. Ethan Lizak (Minnesota)
3. Sr. Thomas Gilman (Iowa)
4. RFr. Nick Piccininni (Oklahoma State)
5. Sr. Joey Dance (Virginia Tech)
6. Fr. Jack Mueller (Virginia)
7. So. Sean Russell (Edinboro)
8. Sr. Nathan Kraisser (Campbell)

133 - National Champion - Sr. Cory Clark (Iowa)

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2. So. Seth Gross (South Dakota State)
3. Jr. Nathan Tomasello (Ohio State)
4. RFr. Stevan Micic (Michigan)
5. RFr. Kaid Brock (Oklahoma State)
6. Sr. Eric Montoya (Nebraska)
7. Sr. Zane Richards (Illinois)
8. So. Scott Parker (Lehigh)

141 - National Champion - Jr. Dean Heil (Oklahoma State)

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2. Sr. George DiCamillo (Virginia)
3. Jr. Kevin Jack (NC State)
4. Jr. Bryce Meredith (Wyoming)
5. RFr. Jaydin Eierman (Missouri)
6. Jr. Anthony Ashnault (Rutgers)
7. RFr. Matt Kolodzik (Princeton)
8. So. Tommy Thorn (Minnesota)

149 - National Champion - Jr. Zain Retherford (Penn St)

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2. Sr. Lavion Mayes (Missouri)
3. Jr. Brandon Sorensen (Iowa)
4. So. Micah Jordan (Ohio State)
5. RFr. Max Thomsen (Northern Iowa)
6. So. Solomon Chishko (Virginia Tech)
7. Sr. Ken Theobold (Rutgers)
8. Sr. Alex Kocer (South Dakota State)

157 - National Champion - So. Jason Nolf (Penn State)

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2. Jr. Joey Lavallee (Missouri)
3. RFr. Michael Kemerer (Iowa)
4. So. Joseph Smith (Oklahoma State)
5. So. Tyler Berger (Nebraska)
6. Sr. Dylan Palacio (Cornell)
7. So. Paul Fox (Stanford)
8. Sr. Sal Mastriani (Virginia Tech)

165 - National Champion - RFr. Vincenzo Joseph (Penn State)

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2. Jr. Isaiah Martinez (Illinois)
3. RFr. Logan Massa (Michigan)
4. Sr. Isaac Jordan (Wisconsin)
5. So. Chandler Rogers (Oklahoma State)
6. So. Daniel Lewis (Missouri)
7. Jr. Chad Walsh (Rider)
8. So. Brandon Womack (Cornell)

174 - National Champion - Fr. Mark Hall (Penn State)

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2. Jr. Bo Jordan (Ohio State)
3. RFr. Zahid Valencia (Arizona State)
4. RFr. Myles Amine (Michigan)
5. Sr. Brian Realbuto (Cornell)
6. Sr. Zac Brunson (Illinois)
7. Sr. Kyle Crutchmer (Oklahoma State)
8. Sr. Jake Residori (SIU-Edwardsville)

184 - National Champion - So. Bo Nickal (Penn State)

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2. Sr. Gabe Dean (Cornell)
3. Sr. TJ Dudley (Nebraska)
4. Sr. Sam Brooks (Iowa)
5. So. Myles Martin (Ohio State)
6. Sr. Nolan Boyd (Oklahoma State)
7. So. Drew Foster (Northern Iowa)
8. Sr. Nate Jackson (Indiana)


197 - National Champion - Sr. J'Den Cox (Missouri)

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2. Sr. Brett Pfarr (Minnesota)
3. RFr. Kollin Moore (Ohio State)
4. Jr. Jared Haught (Virginia Tech)
5. Sr. Aaron Studebaker (Nebraska)
6. So. Preston Weigel (Oklahoma State)
7. Sr. Ryan Wolfe (Rider)
8. Jr. Kevin Beazley (Old Dominion)

285 - National Champion - Jr. Kyle Snyder (Ohio State)

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2. Sr. Connor Medbery (Wisconsin)
3. So. Tanner Hall (Arizona State)
4. Sr. Ty Walz (Virginia Tech)
5. So. Nick Nevills (Penn State)
6. Jr. Jacob Kasper (Duke)
7. Sr. Michael Kroells (Minnesota)
8. Sr. Denzel Dejournette (Appalachian State)


National Champions By Grade

Sr. - Clark, Cox
Jr. - Cruz, Heil, Zain, Snyder
So. - Nolf, Nickal
RFr. - Joseph
Fr. - Hall (17th True Freshmen in History)

National Champions By Seed

#1 - Heil, Zain, Nolf, Cox, Snyder
#2 - Nickal
#3 - Joseph
#4 - Cruz, Clark
#5 - Hall

National Champions By State

PA - Cruz, Zain, Nolf, Joseph
IA - Clark
MD - Snyder
MI - Hall
MO - Cox
OH - Heil
TX - Nickal

National Champions By Conference

Big Ten - Clark, Zain, Nolf, Joseph, Hall, Nickal, Snyder
Big 12 - Heil
EIWA - Cruz
MAC - Cox


NCAA Finalists By Grade

SR - 7
JR - 7
SO - 4
RFr. - 1
Fr. - 1

NCAA Finalists By Seed

#1 - 7
#2 - 4
#3 - 4
#4 - 2
#5 - 1
#6 - 2

NCAA Finalists By State

Pennsylvania (5)
Jr. Darian Cruz (Lehigh)
So. Ethan Lizak (Minnesota)
Jr. Zain Retherford (Penn State)
So. Jason Nolf (Penn State)
RFr. Vincenzo Joseph (Penn State)

Ohio (3)
Jr. Dean Heil (Oklahoma State)
Sr. George DiCamillo (Virginia)
Jr. Bo Jordan (Ohio State)

Michigan (2)
Fr. Mark Hall (Penn State)
Sr. Gabe Dean(Cornell)

Minnesota (2)
So. Seth Gross (South Dakota State)
Sr. Brett Pfarr (Minnesota)

California (1)
Jr. Isaiah Martinez (Illinois)

Colorado (1)
Sr. Connor Medbery (Wisconsin)

Illinois (1)
Sr. Lavion Mayes (Missouri)

Iowa (1)
Sr. Cory Clark (Iowa)

Maryland (1)
Jr. Kyle Snyder (Ohio State)

Missouri (1)
Sr. J'Den Cox (Missouri)

Nevada (1)
Jr. Joey Lavallee (Missouri)

Texas (1)
So. Bo Nickal (Penn State)

NCAA Finalists By Conference

Big Ten - 12
MAC - 3
Big 12 - 2
EIWA - 2
ACC - 1

All Americans By Grade

SR - 30
JR - 16
SO - 20
RFr. - 12
Fr. - 2

All Americans By Seed

#1 - 10
#2 - 9
#3 - 8
#4 - 9
#5 - 7
#6 - 6
#7 - 8
#8 - 5
#9 - 5
#10 - 4
#11 - 0
#12 - 1
#13 - 1
#14 - 2
#15 - 1
#16 - 1
Unseeded: (3) Alex Kocer, SDSU; Paul Fox, Stanford; Jake Residori, SIUE

All Americans By State

Ohio (10)
Jr. Nathan Tomasello (Ohio State)
Jr. Dean Heil (Oklahoma State)
Sr. George DiCamillo (Virginia)
RFr. Matt Kolodzik (Princeton)
So. Micah Jordan (Ohio State)
Sr. Isaac Jordan (Wisconsin)
Jr. Bo Jordan (Ohio State)
RFr. Kollin Moore (Ohio State)
Jr. Jacob Kasper (Duke)
Sr. Ty Walz (Virginia Tech)

Pennsylvania (8)
Jr. Darian Cruz (Lehigh)
So. Ethan Lizak (Minnesota)
So. Scott Parker (Lehigh)
Jr. Zain Retherford (Penn State)
So. Solomon Chishko (Virginia Tech)
So. Jason Nolf (Penn State)
RFr. Michael Kemerer (Iowa)
RFr. Vincenzo Joseph (Penn State)

Illinois (5)
Sr. Zane Richards (Illinois)
Sr. Lavion Mayes (Missouri)
Sr. Jake Residori (SIU-Edwardsville)
Sr. Sam Brooks (Iowa)
Sr. Nate Jackson (Indiana)

Iowa (5)
Sr. Thomas Gilman (Iowa)
Sr. Cory Clark (Iowa)
Jr. Brandon Sorensen (Iowa)
RFr. Max Thomsen (Northern Iowa)
So. Drew Foster (Northern Iowa)

Michigan (5)
RFr. Logan Massa (Michigan)
RFr. Myles Amine (Michigan)
Fr. Mark Hall (Penn State)
Sr. Gabe Dean(Cornell)
Jr. Kevin Beazley (Old Dominion)

New Jersey (5)
Jr. Anthony Ashnault (Rutgers)
Sr. Ken Theobold (Rutgers)
Sr. Sal Mastriani (Virginia Tech)
Jr. Chad Walsh (Rider)
So. Myles Martin (Ohio State)

California (4)
Jr. Isaiah Martinez (Illinois)
So. Paul Fox (Stanford)
RFr. Zahid Valencia (Arizona State)
So. Nick Nevills (Penn State)

Minnesota (4)
So. Seth Gross (South Dakota State)
So. Tommy Thorn (Minnesota)
Sr. Brett Pfarr (Minnesota)
Sr. Michael Kroells (Minnesota)

Oklahoma (4)
RFr. Kaid Brock (Oklahoma State)
So. Joseph Smith (Oklahoma State)
Sr. Kyle Crutchmer (Oklahoma State)
Sr. Nolan Boyd (Oklahoma State)

Missouri (3)
RFr. Jaydin Eierman (Missouri)
So. Daniel Lewis (Missouri)
Sr. J'Den Cox (Missouri)

New York (3)
RFr. Nick Piccininni (Oklahoma State)
Sr. Dylan Palacio (Cornell)
Sr. Brian Realbuto (Cornell)

Maryland (2)
Sr. Nathan Kraisser (Campbell)
Jr. Kyle Snyder (Ohio State)

Oregon (2)
So. Tyler Berger (Nebraska)
Sr. Zac Brunson (Illinois)

Texas (2)
Fr. Jack Mueller (Virginia)
So. Bo Nickal (Penn State)

Alabama (1)
So. Brandon Womack (Cornell)

Colorado (1)
Sr. Connor Medbery (Wisconsin)

Connecticut (1)
Jr. Kevin Jack (NC State)

Delaware (1)
Sr. Ryan Wolfe (Rider)

Georgia (1)
So. Sean Russell (Edinboro)

Idaho (1)
So. Tanner Hall (Arizona State)

Indiana (1)
RFr. Stevan Micic (Michigan)

Kansas (1)
So. Preston Weigel (Oklahoma State)

Nebraska (1)
Sr. Aaron Studebaker (Nebraska)

Nevada (1)
Jr. Joey Lavallee (Missouri)

New Mexico (1)
Sr. Eric Montoya (Nebraska)

North Carolina (1)
Sr. Denzel Dejournette (Appalachian State)

South Carolina (1)
Sr. TJ Dudley (Nebraska)

South Dakota (1)
Sr. Alex Kocer (South Dakota State)

Virginia (1)
Sr. Joey Dance (Virginia Tech)

Washington (1)
So. Chandler Rogers (Oklahoma State)

West Virginia (1)
Jr. Jared Haught (Virginia Tech)

Wyoming (1)
Jr. Bryce Meredith (Wyoming)

Semifinalists By State

Ohio (8)
Jr. Nathan Tomasello (Ohio State)
Jr. Dean Heil (Oklahoma State)
Sr. George DiCamillo (Virginia)
Sr. Isaac Jordan (Wisconsin)
Jr. Bo Jordan (Ohio State)
RFr. Kollin Moore (Ohio State)
Jr. Jacob Kasper (Duke)
Sr. Ty Walz (Virginia Tech)

Pennsylvania (5)
Jr. Darian Cruz (Lehigh)
So. Ethan Lizak (Minnesota)
Jr. Zain Retherford (Penn State)
So. Jason Nolf (Penn State)
RFr. Vincenzo Joseph (Penn State)

Iowa (4)
Sr. Thomas Gilman (Iowa)
Sr. Cory Clark (Iowa)
Jr. Brandon Sorensen (Iowa)
RFr. Max Thomsen (Northern Iowa)

Michigan (3)
RFr. Logan Massa (Michigan)
Fr. Mark Hall (Penn State)
Sr. Gabe Dean(Cornell)

California (2)
Jr. Isaiah Martinez (Illinois)
RFr. Zahid Valencia (Arizona State)

Illinois (2)
Sr. Lavion Mayes (Missouri)
Sr. Sam Brooks (Iowa)

Minnesota (2)
So. Seth Gross (South Dakota State)
Sr. Brett Pfarr (Minnesota)

New York (2)
Sr. Dylan Palacio (Cornell)
Sr. Brian Realbuto (Cornell)

Oklahoma (2)
RFr. Kaid Brock (Oklahoma State)
Sr. Nolan Boyd (Oklahoma State)

Texas (2)
Fr. Jack Mueller (Virginia)
So. Bo Nickal (Penn State)

Colorado (1)
Sr. Connor Medbery (Wisconsin)

Maryland (1)
Jr. Kyle Snyder (Ohio State)

Missouri (1)
Sr. J'Den Cox (Missouri)

Nevada (1)
Jr. Joey Lavallee (Missouri)

New Jersey (1)
Jr. Anthony Ashnault (Rutgers)

Oregon (1)
So. Tyler Berger (Nebraska)

West Virginia (1)
Jr. Jared Haught (Virginia Tech)

Wyoming (1)
Jr. Bryce Meredith (Wyoming)

All Americans By Conference

Big Ten - 36
Big 12 - 11
ACC - 9
MAC - 8
EIWA - 7
Pac 12 - 3
EWL - 3
SoCon - 3

Blood Round Losers By State

NJ - 6
PA - 6
MI - 5
IA - 4
MN - 3
CA - 2
IL - 2
IN - 2
NY - 2
CO - 1
FL - 1
KY - 1
NC - 1
OH - 1
OR - 1
VA - 1
WI - 1

International Experience:

National Champs that AA'd in Fargo
Cruz, Clark, Zain, Joseph, Hall, Nickal, Cox, Snyder

Runners-Ups that AA'd In Fargo
Lizak, Gross, Lavallee, Martinez, Pfarr, Medbery

All Americans That Made a World Team
Ethan Lizak, Minnesota - 2013 Junior World Team
Thomas Gilman, Iowa - Junior World Bronze 2014, Junior World Team 2013 Cadet World Team 2011
Joey Dance, Virginia Tech - 2012 Cadet Team
Seth Gross, South Dakota St. - 2012 Cadet Team, 2016 Junior Team
Stevan Micic, Michigan - 2013 Cadet Team, 2015 Junior World Bronze
Zane Richards, Illinois - Cadet World Team 2011
Tommy Thorn, Minnesota - 2011 Cadet World Team, 2012 Cadet World Team
Zain Retherford, Penn State - Cadet World Champion 2012
Joey LaVallee, Missouri - 2011 Cadet World Team
Chandler Rogers, Oklahoma State - 2012 Cadet World Team
Mark Hall, Penn State - 2014 Cadet World Champ, 2015 Junior World Team, 2016 Junior World Champ
Zahid Valencia, Arizona State - 2015 Junior World Team, 2016 Junior World Team
Bo Nickal, Penn State - Cadet World Team 2013
Gabe Dean, Cornell - Junior World Bronze 2014
Sammy Brooks, Iowa - Junior World Team 2013, Cadet World Bronze 2011
J'Den Cox, Missouri - Olympic Bronze 2016
Kollin Moore, Ohio State - 2016 Junior World Team
Kevin Beazley, Old Dominion - 2013 Junior World Greco Team, 2014 Junior World Greco Team
Kyle Snyder, Ohio State - Junior World Gold 2013, Junior World Bronze 2014, SR World Champion 2015, Olympic Champion 2016
Tanner Hall, Arizona State - 2011 Cadet World Team, 2012 Cadet World Team

Ultimate Road Warrior - Lost 1st Round, Took 3rd
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Road Warrior - Lost 1st Round, AA'd
174: Kyle Crutchmer, OK State (7th)

Semi-Slide - Made Semi's, Took 6th
Jack Mueller, Virginia (Inj.)
Anthony Ashnault, Rutgers
Dylan Palacio, Cornell
Nolan Boyd, Oklahoma State
Jake Kasper, Duke

Team Points Returning in 2018 for:
Penn State - 142
Ohio State - 110
Oklahoma State - 84
Missouri - 46.5
Iowa - 37.5
Virginia Tech - 27.5

Wave the Flag:
Challenges Overturned in 2017: 16 of 80
Officials Reviews: 12 total - 6 Confirmed, 6 Overturned
Coaches Challenge: 68 total - 58 Confirmed, 10 Overturned

Challenges Overturned in 2016: 8 of 55
Challenges Overturned in 2015: 12 of 59
Challanges Overturned in 2014: 4 of 47


NCAA Qualifiers By Grade

Seniors - 104
Juniors - 89
Sophomores - 76
Red Shirt Freshmen - 42
True Freshmen - 19

NCAA Qualifiers By State

Alabama (1)
So. Brandon Womack (Cornell)

Arizona (2)
Sr. Samson Imonode (Army West Point)
Jr. Garrett Ryan (Columbia)

California (20)
Sr. Josh Rodriguez (North Dakota State)
So. Sean Nickell (CSU-Bakersfield)
RFr. Russell Rohlfing (CSU-Bakersfield)
Sr. Timmy Box (Northern Colorado)
Jr. Javier Gasca (Michigan State)
Jr. Michael Longo (Oklahoma)
Jr. Coleman Hammond (CSU-Bakersfield)
Sr. Victor Lopez (Bucknell)
So. Paul Fox (Stanford)
Jr. Keaton Subjeck (Stanford)
RFr. Anthony Valencia (Arizona State)
Jr. Isaiah Martinez (Illinois)
RFr. Lorenzo De La Riva (CSU-Bakersfield)
RFr. Zahid Valencia (Arizona State)
Jr. Stevan Cervantes (Navy)
Sr. Zach Nevills (Stanford)
Jr. Daniel Chaid (North Carolina)
So. Corey Griego (Oregon State)
Jr. Matt Williams (CSU-Bakersfield)
So. Nick Nevills (Penn State)

Colorado (3)
Jr. Archie Colgan (Wyoming)
So. Dylan Gabel (Northern Colorado)
Sr. Connor Medbery (Wisconsin)

Connecticut (1)
Jr. Kevin Jack (NC State)

Delaware (3)
Jr. Brent Fleetwood (Central Michigan)
Sr. Ryan Wolfe (Rider)
So. Zack Parker (Ohio)

Finland (2)
So. Jere Heino (Campbell)
Sr. Ville Heino (Campbell)

Florida (8)
So. Jamal Morris (NC State)
Sr. Earl Hall (Iowa State)
RFr. Jared Prince (Navy)
So. Patricio Lugo (Edinboro)
Sr. Clark Glass (Oklahoma)
Jr. Yoanse Mejias (Oklahoma)
Sr. Mike Kosoy (NC State)
Sr. Doug Vollaro (Lehigh)

Georgia (8)
So. Sean Russell (Edinboro)
Sr. Jason Grimes (American)
Sr. Ryan Mosley (Gardner-Webb)
Fr. Thomas Bullard (NC State)
Sr. Austin Trott (Gardner-Webb)
RFr. Taylor Lujan (Northern Iowa)
Jr. Bryce Carr (Chattanooga)
Sr. Hunter Gamble (Gardner-Webb)

Hawaii (1)
So. Josh Terao (American)

Idaho (2)
Sr. Austin Dewey (Boise State)
So. Tanner Hall (Arizona State)

Illinois (30)
Fr. Gabe Townsell (Stanford)
So. Kyle Akins (Buffalo)
Jr. Johnny Jimenez (Wisconsin)
Fr. Travis Piotrowski (Illinois)
Jr. Barlow McGhee (Missouri)
Sr. Zane Richards (Illinois)
So. Josh Alber (Northern Iowa)
RFr. Alex Madrigal (Old Dominion)
Sr. Topher Carton (Iowa)
Sr. Jordan Laster (Princeton)
Sr. Lavion Mayes (Missouri)
Sr. Brian Murphy (Michigan)
Jr. Kyle Langenderfer (Illinois)
RFr. Eric Barone (Illinois)
Sr. Connor Bass (Duke)
RFr. Joey Gunther (Iowa)
Sr. Shaun'Qae McMurtry (Northern Illinois)
Sr. Jake Residori (SIU-Edwardsville)
So. Emery Parker (Illinois)
Sr. Nate Jackson (Indiana)
Sr. Trace Engelkes (Northern Illinois)
Sr. Jake Tindle (SIU-Edwardsville)
Sr. Sam Brooks (Iowa)
Sr. Jack Dechow (Old Dominion)
Jr. Ricky Robertson (Wisconsin)
Jr. CJ Brucki (Central Michigan)
Fr. Christian Brunner (Purdue)
Jr. Jordan Ellingwood (Central Michigan)
Sr. Brad Johnson (Oklahoma)
Sr. Josh Marchok (Stanford)

Indiana (6)
RFr. Stevan Micic (Michigan)
Fr. Brock Hudkins (Northern Illinois)
Sr. Alex Griffin (Purdue)
Fr. Drew Hughes (Michigan State)
RFr. Bobby Steveson (Minnesota)
Jr. Mitch Sliga (Northwestern)

Iowa (13)
Sr. Thomas Gilman (Iowa)
Sr. Dylan Peters (Northern Iowa)
Sr. Cory Clark (Iowa)
Jr. Jack Hathaway (Oregon State)
Jr. Colton McCrystal (Nebraska)
Jr. Brandon Sorensen (Iowa)
RFr. Max Thomsen (Northern Iowa)
So. Bryce Steiert (Northern Iowa)
RFr. Jacob Holschlag (Northern Iowa)
Sr. Alex Meyer (Iowa)
So. Drew Foster (Northern Iowa)
So. Marcus Harrington (Iowa State)
Sr. Ross Larson (Oklahoma)

Kansas (3)
Sr. Matt Reed (Oklahoma)
So. Preston Weigel (Oklahoma State)
Jr. Nathan Butler (Stanford)

Kentucky (3)
So. Sean Fausz (NC State)
Sr. TJ Ruschell (Wisconsin)
RFr. Austin Myers (Missouri)

Maryland (6)
Sr. Nathan Kraisser (Campbell)
So. Alfred Bannister (Maryland)
Sr. Peter Galli (Stanford)
RFr. Hunter Ritter (Wisconsin)
So. Cory Daniel (North Carolina)
Jr. Kyle Snyder (Ohio State)

Massachusetts (1)
Sr. Jeff Ott (Harvard)

Michigan (19)
Sr. Freddie Rodriguez (SIU-Edwardsville)
Sr. Tim Lambert (Nebraska)
Sr. Conor Youtsey (Michigan)
RFr. Mason Smith (Central Michigan)
RFr. Noah Gonsor (Ohio)
So. Steve Bleise (Northern Illinois)
So. Zac Hall (Michigan)
So. Austin Eicher (Michigan State)
So. Justin Oliver (Central Michigan)
RFr. Logan Massa (Michigan)
RFr. Devin Skatzka (Indiana)
Fr. Mark Hall (Penn State)
RFr. Myles Amine (Michigan)
Sr. Gabe Dean(Cornell)
Sr. Lelund Weatherspoon (Iowa State)
Sr. Shawn Scott (Northern Illinois)
Sr. Austin Severn (Central Michigan)
Jr. Kevin Beazley (Old Dominion)
Jr. Gage Hutchison (Eastern Michigan)

Minnesota (11)
So. Seth Gross (South Dakota State)
RFr. Cam Sykora (North Dakota State)
Fr. Mitch McKee (Minnesota)
So. Tommy Thorn (Minnesota)
Jr. Jake Short (Minnesota)
Jr. Luke Zilverberg (South Dakota State)
RFr. Andrew Fogarty (North Dakota State)
Jr. Nick Wanzek (Minnesota)
Jr. Chris Pfarr (Minnesota)
Sr. Brett Pfarr (Minnesota)
Sr. Michael Kroells (Minnesota)

Missouri (8)
Fr. Colby Smith (Appalachian State)
So. John Erneste (Missouri)
RFr. Jaydin Eierman (Missouri)
Jr. Clay Ream (North Dakota State)
So. Daniel Lewis (Missouri)
Sr. J'Den Cox (Missouri)
Sr. Jared Johnson (Chattanooga)

Montana (1)
Sr. Cole Mendenhall (Wyoming)

Nebraska (1)
Sr. Aaron Studebaker (Nebraska)

Nevada (1)
Jr. Joey Lavallee (Missouri)

New Jersey (30)
Fr. Nick Suriano (Penn State)
Jr. Scott Delvecchio (Rutgers)
So. Pat D'Arcy (Princeton)
Sr. Kevin Devoy (Drexel)
Sr. Mark Grey (Cornell)
So. Joey McKenna (Stanford)
RFr. Sal Profaci (Michigan)
Jr. Troy Heilmann (North Carolina)
Jr. Anthony Ashnault (Rutgers)
Jr. Brian Hamann (NC State)
Sr. Ken Theobold (Rutgers)
Sr. Sal Mastriani (Virginia Tech)
So. John Van Brill (Rutgers)
Jr. Chad Walsh (Rider)
Jr. BJ Clagon (Rider)
Sr. Russell Parsons (Army West Point)
So. Johnny Sebastian (Northwestern)
So. Matt Zovistoski (Appalachian State)
Jr. Jonathan Schleifer (Princeton)
Jr. Jadaen Bernstein (Navy)
Jr. Ethan Ramos (North Carolina)
Jr. Josef Johnson (Harvard)
Jr. May Bethea (Penn)
So. Jordan Pagano (Rutgers)
Jr. Michael Fagg-Daves (Rider)
So. Myles Martin (Ohio State)
So. CJ LaFragola (Brown)
Jr. Nick Gravina (Rutgers)
Sr. Frank Mattiace (Penn)
Fr. Matt Correnti (Rutgers)

New Mexico (2)
Sr. Eric Montoya (Nebraska)
So. Rico Montoya (Northern Colorado)

New York (11)
RFr. Nick Piccininni (Oklahoma State)
Sr. Dylan Caruana (Binghamton)
So. Bryan Lantry (Buffalo)
Sr. Sam Speno (NC State)
So. Mike D'Angelo (Princeton)
Sr. Dylan Palacio (Cornell)
Sr. Brian Realbuto (Cornell)
Jr. Steve Schneider (Binghamton)
So. Ben Honis (Cornell)
Sr. Jacob Berkowitz (Northwestern)
So. Youssif Hemida (Maryland)

North Carolina (3)
Jr. Michael Macchiavello (NC State)
So. Malik McDonald (NC State)
Sr. Denzel Dejournette (Appalachian State)

Ohio (31)
So. Shakur Laney (Ohio)
RFr. Jose Rodriguez (Ohio State)
Jr. Nathan Tomasello (Ohio State)
So. Anthony Tutolo (Kent State)
RFr. Matt Kolodzik (Princeton)
Jr. Dean Heil (Oklahoma State)
Fr. Josh Heil (Campbell)
Sr. Joey Ward (North Carolina)
Sr. George DiCamillo (Virginia)
So. Jacob Danishek (Indiana)
Jr. Noah Forrider (Ohio)
Fr. Hunter Ladnier (Harvard)
Sr. Anthony Collica (Oklahoma State)
So. Micah Jordan (Ohio State)
Jr. Colin Heffernan (Central Michigan)
Jr. Jake Faust (Duke)
Sr. Nick Barber (Eastern Michigan)
So. Casey Sparkman (Kent State)
RFr. Taleb Rahmani (Pittsburgh)
So. Cody Burcher (Ohio State)
Sr. Isaac Jordan (Wisconsin)
Jr. Bo Jordan (Ohio State)
Jr. Andrew Mendel (Army West Point)
Jr. Nick Corba (Cleveland State)
Jr. Joe Heyob (Penn)
Jr. Michael Coleman (Navy)
RFr. Kollin Moore (Ohio State)
So. Conan Jennings (Northwestern)
So. Billy Miller (Edinboro)
Jr. Jacob Kasper (Duke)
Sr. Ty Walz (Virginia Tech)

Oklahoma (8)
RFr. Christian Moody (Oklahoma)
RFr. Kaid Brock (Oklahoma State)
So. Davion Jeffries (Oklahoma)
Jr. Keilan Torres (Northern Colorado)
Sr. Nolan Boyd (Oklahoma State)
Sr. Austin Schafer (Oklahoma State)
So. Joseph Smith (Oklahoma State)
Sr. Kyle Crutchmer (Oklahoma State)

Oregon (5)
Jr. Colt Schilling (Cal Poly)
Sr. Joey Delgado (Oregon State)
So. Tyler Berger (Nebraska)
Sr. Zac Brunson (Illinois)
Jr. Cody Crawford (Oregon State)

Pennsylvania (49)
Jr. Darian Cruz (Lehigh)
So. Ethan Lizak (Minnesota)
Sr. Vito Pasone (Appalachian State)
So. Jake Gromacki (Clarion)
Sr. Corey Keener (Central Michigan)
So. Scott Parker (Lehigh)
Jr. Connor Schram (Stanford)
Jr. Dom Forys (Pittsburgh)
Sr. Billy Rappo (Maryland)
RFr. Korbin Myers (Edinboro)
Sr. Randy Cruz (Lehigh)
Sr. Jimmy Gulibon (Penn State)
Fr. Luke Pletcher (Ohio State)
Sr. Colt Shorts (Cal Poly)
Sr. Logan Everett (Army West Point)
Jr. Ronnie Perry (Lock Haven)
So. Brock Zacherl (Clarion)
Jr. Tyler Smith (Bucknell)
So. Solomon Chishko (Virginia Tech)
Jr. Zain Retherford (Penn State)
RFr. Sam Krivus (Virginia)
Sr. Laike Gardner (Lehigh)
RFr. Kyle Shoop (Lock Haven)
Sr. Matt Cimato (Drexel)
RFr. Michael Kemerer (Iowa)
RFr. Josh Maruca (Arizona State)
RFr. DJ Fehlman (Lock Haven)
So. Jason Nolf (Penn State)
Jr. Austin Matthews (Edinboro)
Fr. Cole Walter (Lehigh)
So. TeShan Campbell (Pittsburgh)
RFr. Vincenzo Joseph (Penn State)
RFr. Josh Shields (Arizona State)
So. Ryan Preisch (Lehigh)
Sr. Casey Kent (Penn)
Jr. Ty Schoffstall (Edinboro)
Fr. Dakota Geer (Edinboro)
So. Zack Zavatsky (Virginia Tech)
Jr. Alex DiCiantis (Drexel)
Jr. Jeric Kasunic (American)
Jr. Tom Sleigh (Bucknell)
Fr. Garrett Hoffman (Bucknell)
Sr. Brett Harner (Princeton)
Jr. Matt McCutcheon (Penn State)
So. Jake Gunning (Buffalo)
Sr. Ray O'Donnell (Princeton)
So. Thomas Haines (Lock Haven)
Jr. Joey Goodhart (Drexel)
Jr. Ryan Solomon (Pittsburgh)

South Carolina (1)
Sr. TJ Dudley (Nebraska)

South Dakota (4)
Sr. Alex Kocer (South Dakota State)
Jr. David Kocer (South Dakota State)
Jr. Nate Rotert (South Dakota State)
Sr. Collin Jensen (Nebraska)

Tennessee (2)
So. Chris Dibien (Chattanooga)
So. Elijah Oliver (Indiana)

Texas (5)
Fr. Jack Mueller (Virginia)
So. Quentin Perez (Campbell)
Sr. Aaron Walker (The Citadel)
Fr. Nick Reenan (NC State)
So. Bo Nickal (Penn State)

Utah (2)
So. Branson Ashworth (Wyoming)
Jr. Dustin Dennison (Utah Valley)

Vermont (1)
Jr. Tyrel White (Columbia)

Virginia (8)
Jr. Ibrahim Bunduka (George Mason)
Sr. Joey Dance (Virginia Tech)
Sr. Michael Hayes (Old Dominion)
Sr. Brooks Martino (Penn)
Jr. Andrew Atkinson (Virginia)
So. Seldon Wright (Old Dominion
Sr. Sahid Kargbo (George Mason)
Jr. Zach Epperly (Virginia Tech)

Washington (6)
Sr. Drew Templeman (Wyoming)
Sr. Joey Palmer (Oregon State)
So. Chandler Rogers (Oklahoma State)
So. Ryan Christensen (Wisconsin)
RFr. Tanner Orndorff (Utah Valley)
Sr. Ben Tynan (North Dakota State)

West Virginia (4)
So. Ryan Diehl (Maryland)
Jr. Jake Smith (West Virginia)
Jr. Jared Haught (Virginia Tech)
Sr. Dylan Cottrell (West Virginia)

Wisconsin (4)
RFr. Cole Martin (Wisconsin)
RFr. Andrew Crone (Wisconsin)
Jr. Jacob Morrissey (Purdue)
Jr. Newton Smerchek (Central Michigan)

Wyoming (1)
Jr. Bryce Meredith (Wyoming)

NCAA Qualifiers Per Capita

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