Which College "Won" Ironman?

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One of my favorite things to do after big tournaments like the Walsh Ironman is to look at results through the lens of college recruiting. While a number of Ironman placers have yet to make their college decision, many have committed already and a good deal have signed their National Letters of Intent.

So, which college "won" Ironman based on their incoming recruits? Let's take a look at the top 25. You can check out full results here.

Rank

Team

Points

Placers

1

Ohio State

99

5

2

Oklahoma State

87.5

3

3

Arizona State

78

3

4

Penn

74

3

5

NC State

62

2

6

Virginia Tech

59

3

7

Oklahoma

57.5

2

8

Fresno State

57

3

9

Maryland

43.5

2

10

Columbia

37.5

1

11

Iowa State

32

1

12

Navy

31

1

13

Stanford

30.5

1

14

Cornell

27

1

15

Air Force

26

1

16

Rutgers

24

1

17

Wisconsin

24

1

18

Michigan State

23

1

19

Purdue

21

1

19

Lehigh

21

1

19

Hofstra

21

1

22

Minnesota

20.5

1

23

Little Rock

20

1

24

Princeton

18.5

1

25

Brown

17.5

1


Placers by School

Ohio State: Carson Kharchla (1st, 170); Jordan Decatur (3rd, 132); Dylan D'Emilio (4th, 132); Jacob Decatur (6th, 113); Tyler Stein (7th, 220)

Oklahoma State: Trevor Mastrogiovanni (1st, 120); Reece Witcraft (1st, 126); Brevin Balmeceda (2nd, 152)

Penn: Michael Colaiocco (2nd, 126); Nick Incontrera (4th, 152); Jackson Dean (6th, 138); Jake Stefanowicz (6th, 170)

Arizona State: Richard Figueroa (1st, 113); Cohlton Schultz (1st, 285)

NC State: Owen Trephan (2nd, 220); Kai Orine (3rd, 126)

Virginia Tech: Connor Brady (1st, 160); Bryce Andonian (6th, 145); Sam Fisher (6th, 182)

Oklahoma: Sam Dover (1st, 152); Darrien Roberts (1st, 182)

Fresno State: Jace Luchau (2nd, 160); Ryan Reyes (3rd, 195); Christian Rodriguez (5th, 170)

Maryland: Lucas Byrd (2nd, 125); Michael North (5th, 145)

Columbia: Kyle Mosher (3rd, 160)

Iowa State: Ryan Anderson (1st, 145)

Navy: Jon Birchmeier (2nd, 285)

Stanford: Jaden Abas (2nd, 145)

Cornell: Julian Ramirez (2nd, 170)

Air Force: Noah Blake (5th, 160)

Rutgers: Jackson Turley (2nd, 182)

Wisconsin: Pete Christensen (2nd, 195)

Michigan State: Chase Saldate (3rd, 138)

Purdue: Travis Ford-Melton (4th, 126)

Lehigh: Louden Haga (4th, 285)

Hofstra: Reece Heller (5th, 152)

Minnesota: Matt Ramos (5th, 120)

Arkansas Little Rock: Trent Dooley (4th, 138)

Princeton: Nathan Dugan (4th, 195)

Brown: Trey Sizemore (5th, 182)

West Virginia: Peyton Hall (7th, 138)

Northwestern: Trevor Chumbley (7th, 145)

Northern Colorado: Mosha Schwartz (8th, 126)

Binghamton: Carson Sauriol (8th, 120)

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