2019 NCAA's By The Numbers

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As the tournament unfolds next week in Pittsburgh, we'll keep on adding stats, such as champions, finalists, and All-Americans by grade, state, conference, and various other differentiators. 

Check out some of our data from previous years here:

2018   |   2017   |   2016   |   2015   |   2014  


Video Review / Challenge Statistics

Total Reviews - 127

Coaches Challenges - 95

Officials Reviews - 32

Calls Overturned - 27 of 127

Challenges Overturned in 2018: 11 of 66

Challenges Overturned in 2017: 16 of 80

Challenges Overturned in 2016: 8 of 55

Challenges Overturned in 2015: 12 of 59

Challanges Overturned in 2014: 4 of 47


In terms of pure coaches challenges, just brick throws not matches where officials elected to review their own calls, only 12% were overturned. In total, just eight schools won challenges: Binghamton, Campbell, Nebraska, UNC (2), Northwestern (2), Ohio State (2), Penn, and UVA. Looking at all-or-nothing stats, 22 schools threw at least one challenge and did not get any overturned, while another 20 did not use any of the challenge bricks they were allotted.


Fun Facts

• 12 of the 20 finalists have competed in Freestyle at Worlds in either Cadets, Juniors, or U23's.

• Daton Fix (OKST) competed at Worlds in all three of the above age groups.

• Anthony Ashnault becomes Rutgers' first four-time All American.

• Nick Suriano becomes Rutgers' first ever National Champion.

• Anthony Ashnault becomes Rutgers' second ever National Champion.

• Mekhi Lewis becomes Virginia Tech's first ever National Champion.

• Drew Foster became UNI's first NCAA Champ since 2000 (Tony Davis). 

• Drew Foster never won a state title. 

• Anthony Cassar qualified for the state tournament one time.

• Josh Hokit became the first Frenso State AA since the program was reinstated and the first for the program overall since Marcio Botello in 2003.

• Rutgers had two finalists for the first time in program history. 

• Princeton had two semifinalists for the first time in program history. 

• The team title will not go to an Iowa or Oklahoma school for the 9th straight year, the longest stretch in NCAA history.

• Penn State went 5-1 in the semifinals. They are now 21-1 in that round in the last four years. 

• The lowest seed to make the finals was Mehki Lewis from the 8 spot.

• 5 of the 10 finals were #1 vs. #2 seeds.

• The lowest seed to place was OK State's Dakota Geer (26).

• The highest seed not to place was Shakur Rasheed (2).

• UNC's Devin Kane made the Blood Round as the 33 seed. 

• 14 All-Americans were at a previous school: Nick Suriano (Penn St./RUT); Stevan Micic (NW/MICH); Austin DeSanto (DREX/IOWA); Joey McKenna (STAN/OSU); Jarrett Degen (VT/ISU); Pat Lugo (EDIN/IOWA); Christian Pagdilao (MSU/ASU); Larry Early (MINN/ODU); Chance Marsteller (OKST/LHU); Isaiah White (Notre Dame/NEB); Devin Skatzka (IND/MINN); Dakota Geer (EDIN/OKST); Willie Miklus (MIZZ/ISU); Derek White (NEB/OKST)

• 71 of the 80 All Americans were ranked on the Senior Big Board.

• The nine AA wrestlers that were not ranked Top 100 of their Senior Class are: Rayvon Foley (MSU); John Erneste (MIZZ); Kyle Shoop (LHU); Mitch Finesilver (Duke); Drew Foster (UNI); Emery Parker (ILL); Preston Wiegel (OKST); Ben Honis (COR); Anthony Cassar (PSU)

• 9 of the 20 finalists wrestled at WHO'S #1. 26 All Americans did.

• Most team points earned - Bo Nickal, 27

• Fastest Pin - Willie Miklus - 0:28

• Most Pins - 3 - Daniel Lewis (8:24), Bo Nickal (9:44), Nick Lee (10:42)

• Fastest Tech - Patrick Glory - 3:16

• Most Points in a Single Match - Jason Nolf - 23

• Most Total Match Points - Pat Glory - 64

• 2nd Most Total Match Points - Gable Steveson - 63

• Ultimate Road Warrior (Lost First Round, Finished 3rd)

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• Road Warrior (Lost First Round, Came Back To Place)

Ben Honis - Cornell (197): Lost to Jake Jakobsen Round 1

• Semi Slide (Made Semi's, Finished 6th)

Josh Shields - Arizona State (165): Lost to Joseph (PSU), Marsteller (LHU), and White (NEB)

Chip Ness - N. Carolin (184): Lost to Foster (UNI), Preisch (LEH), and Parker (ILL)


Returning Team Points for 2020

Penn State - 82 (includes Cassar. excludes Rasheed)

Iowa - 75pts. 

Cornell - 63.5pts.

Oklahoma State - 46.5

Michigan - 46pts.

Ohio State - 40.5pts.

Minnesota - 37pts.

Princeton - 35pts. 

Virginia Tech - 35pts.

Missouri - 33pts. 

Nebraska - 32pts. 


All Americans By State

PA (16) - Spencer Lee, Iowa; Luke Pletcher, Ohio St.; Austin DeSanto, Iowa; Ethan Lizak, Minnesota; Kyle Shoop, Lock Haven; Jason Nolf, Penn St.; Kaleb Young, Iowa; Hayden Hidlay, NC State; Vincenzo Joseph, Penn St.; Josh Shields, Arizona St.; Chance Marsteller, Lock Haven; Mikey Labriola, Nebraska; Dakota Geer, Oklahoma State; Zack Zavatsky, Virginia Tech; Ryan Preisch, Lehigh; Jordan Wood, Lehigh

NJ (10) - Sebastian Rivera, Northwestern; Patrick Glory, Princeton; Nick Suriano, Rutgers; Joey McKenna, Ohio St.; Anthony Ashnault, Rutgers; Mekhi Lewis, Virginia Tech; David McFadden, Virginia Tech; Jordan Kutler, Lehigh; Myles Martin, Ohio St.; Anthony Cassar, Penn St.

IL (6) - Austin O'Connor, N. Carolina; Larry Early, Old Dominion; Isaiah White, Nebraska; Emery Parker, Illinois; Patrick Brucki, Princeton; Jacob Warner, Iowa

MI (6) - Rayvon Foley, Michigan St.; Alec Pantaleo, Michigan; Myles Amine, Michigan; Devin Skatzka, Minnesota; Max Dean, Cornell; Trent Hillger, Wisconsin

OH (6) - Dom Demas, Oklahoma; Matt Kolodzik, Princeton; Micah Jordan, Ohio St.; Alex Marinelli, Iowa; Kollin Moore, Ohio St; Matt Stencel, Central Michigan

NY (5) - Nick Piccininni, OK State; Vitali Arujau, Cornell; Yianni, Cornell; Ben Honis, Cornell; Youssif Hemida, Maryland

CA (4) - Christian Pagdilao, Arizona St.; Evan Wick, Wisconsin; Zahid Valencia, Arizona St.; Josh Hokit, Fresno St.

MO (4) - John Erneste, Missouri; Jaydin Eierman, Missouri; Brock Mauller, Missouri; Daniel Lewis, Missouri

IA (3) - Bryce Steiert, Northern Iowa; Drew Foster, Northern Iowa; Willie Miklus, Iowa St.

IN (3) - Stevan Micic, Michigan; Nick Lee, Penn St.; Chad Red, Nebraska

MN (3) - Mitch McKee, Minnesota; Mark Hall, Penn St.; Gable Steveson, Minnesota

CO (2) - Mitch Finesilver, Duke; Ryan Deakin, Northwestern

OK (2) - Daton Fix, OK State; Derek White, OK State

OR (2) - Ronnie Bresser, Oregon St.; Tyler Berger, Nebraska

TX (2) - Jack Mueller, Virginia; Bo Nickal, Penn St.

GA (1) - Chip Ness, N. Carolina

KS (1) - Preston Wiegel, OK State

AZ (1) - Roman Bravo-Young, Penn State

FL (1) - Pat Lugo, Iowa

MT (1) - Jarrett Degen, Iowa St.

Canada (1) - Amarveer Dhesi, Oregon St. 


4x All Americans

Anthony Ashnault - Rutgers - 149: 8th, 4th, 6th, 1st

Jason Nolf - Penn St. - 157: 2nd, 1st, 1st, 1st

Daniel Lewis - Missouri - 174: 4th, 6th, 4th, 4th

Myles Martin - Ohio St. - 184: 1st, 5th, 2nd, 3rd

Bo Nickal - Penn St. - 197: 2nd, 1st, 1st

Willie Miklus - Iowa St. / Missouri - 197: 7th, 6th, 8th



All-Americans by High School Graduating Year

2018: (4) - Pat Glory, Princeton; Roman Bravo-Young, Penn State; Brock Mauller, Missouri; Gable Steveson, Minnesota

2017: (14) - Spencer Lee, Iowa; Vitali Arujau, Cornell; RayVon Foley, Michigan State; Daton Fix, Oklahoma State; Austin DeSanto, Iowa; Yianni Diakomihalis, Cornell; Nick Lee, Penn State; Dom Demas, Oklahoma; Austin O'Connor, North Carolina; Mekhi Lewis, Virginia Tech; Mikey Labriola, Nebraska; Pat Brucki, Princeton; Jacob Warner, Iowa; Trent Hillger, Wisconsin 

2016: (19) - Jack Mueller, Virginia; Sebastian Rivera, Northwestern; Nick Suriano, Rutgers; Luke Pletcher, Ohio State; Chad Red, Nebraska; Mitch McKee, Minnesota; Jarrett Degen, Iowa State; Ryan Deakin, Northwestern; Hayden Hidlay, NC State; Kaleb Young, Iowa; Evan Wick, Wisconsin; Isaiah White, Nebaska; Alex Marinelli, Iowa; Mark Hall, Penn State; Max Dean, Cornell; Dakota Geer, Oklahoma State; Josh Hokit, Fresno State; Jordan Wood, Lehigh; Matt Stencel, Central Michigan

2015: (17) - Nick Piccininni, Oklahoma State; Jaydin Eierman, Missouri; Kyle Shoop, Lock Haven; Matt Kolodzik, Princeton; Pat Lugo, Iowa; Larry Early, Old Dominion; Vincenzo Joseph, Penn State; Josh Shields, Arizona State; Bryce Steiert, Northern Iowa; Zahid Valencia, Arizona State; Myles Amine, Michigan; David McFadden, Virginia Tech; Jordan Kutler, Lehigh; Devin Skatzka, Minnesota; Myles Martin, Ohio State; Kollin Moore, Ohio State; Youssif Hemida, Maryland

2014: (21) - Stevan Micic, Michigan; John Erneste, Missouri; Ethan Lizak, Minnesota; Joey McKenna, Ohio State; Micah Jordan, Ohio State; Mitch Finesilver, Duke; Jason Nolf, Penn State; Tyler Berger, Nebraska; Alec Pantaleo, Michigan; Chance Marsteller, Lock Haven; Daniel Lewis, Missouri; Drew Foster, Northern Iowa; Emery Parker, Illinois; Ryan Preisch, Lehigh; Chip Ness, North Carolina; Zack Zavatsky, Virginia Tech; Bo Nickal, Penn State; Preston Weigel, Oklahoma State; Ben Honis, Cornell; Anthony Cassar, Penn State; Derek White, Oklahoma State

2013: (4) - Ronnie Bresser, Oregon State; Anthony Ashnault, Rutgers; Christian Pagdilao, Arizona State; Amar Dhesi, Oregon State

2012: (1) - Willie Miklus, Iowa State


All-Americans By Seed

SeedAAs
110
29
310
48
59
67
76
85
96
104
111
131
151
162
261


Champions By State

NJ (4) - Nick Suriano, Rutgers;  Anthony Ashnault, Rutgers; Mekhi Lewis, Virginia Tech; Anthony Cassar, Penn St.

PA (2) - Spencer Lee, Iowa; Jason Nolf, Penn St.

CA (1) - Zahid Valencia, Arizona St.

IA (1)  - Drew Foster, Northern Iowa

NY (1) - Yianni, Cornell

TX (1) - Bo Nickal, Penn St.


What They Were Ranked In HS (Final SR Big Board)

125 - Spencer Lee (#2) over Jack Mueller (#11)

133 - Nick Suriano (#2) over Daton Fix (#1)

141 - Yianni (#3) over Joey McKenna (#13)

149 - Anthony Ashnault (#12) over Micah Jordan (#8)

157 - Jason Nolf (#4) over Tyler Berger (#17)

165 - Mekhi Lewis (#19) over Vincenzo Joseph (#3)

174 - Zahid (#1) over Mark Hall (#1)

184 - Drew Foster (Unranked) over Max Dean (#74)

197 - Bo Nickal (#6) over Kollin Moore (#44)

285 - Anthony Cassar (Unranked) over Derek White (#30)


Finalists By State

NJ (5) - Nick Suriano, Rutgers; Joey McKenna, Ohio St.; Anthony Ashnault, Rutgers; Mekhi Lewis, Virginia Tech; Anthony Cassar, Penn St.

PA (3) - Spencer Lee, Iowa; Jason Nolf, Penn St.; Vincenzo Joseph, Penn St

OH (2) - Micah Jordan, Ohio St.; Kollin Moore, Ohio St

TX (2) - Jack Mueller, Virginia; Bo Nickal, Penn St.

OK (2) - Daton Fix, OK State; Derek White, OK State

CA (1) - Zahid Valencia, Arizona St.

IA (1)  - Drew Foster, Northern Iowa

MI (1) - Max Dean, Cornell

MN - Mark Hall, Penn St.

NY (1) - Yianni, Cornell

OR (1) - Tyler Berger, Nebraska


Semifinalists By State

PA (8) - Spencer Lee, Iowa; Luke Pletcher, Ohio St.; Jason Nolf, Penn St.; Kaleb Young, Iowa; Hayden Hidlay, NC State; Vincenzo Joseph, Penn St.; Josh Shields, Arizona St.; Jordan Wood, Lehigh

NJ (7) - Sebastian Rivera, Northwestern; Nick Suriano, Rutgers; Joey McKenna, Ohio St.; Anthony Ashnault, Rutgers; Mekhi Lewis, Virginia Tech; Myles Martin, Ohio St.; Anthony Cassar, Penn St.

OH (3) - Matt Kolodzik, Princeton; Micah Jordan, Ohio St.; Kollin Moore, Ohio St

CA (2)  - Evan Wick, Wisconsin; Zahid Valencia, Arizona St.

IL (2) - Austin O'Connor, N. Carolina; Patrick Brucki, Princeton

IN (2) - Stevan Micic, Michigan; Nick Lee, Penn St.

MI (2) -  Myles Amine, Michigan; Max Dean, Cornell

MN (2) - Mark Hall, Penn St.; Gable Steveson, Minnesota

MO (2) - John Erneste, Missouri;Jaydin Eierman, Missouri; Daniel Lewis, Missouri

NY (2) - Nick Piccininni, OK State; Yianni, Cornell

OK (2) - Daton Fix, OK State; Derek White, OK State

TX (2) - Jack Mueller, Virginia; Bo Nickal, Penn St.

GA  (1) - Chip Ness, N. Carolina

IA (1)  - Drew Foster, Northern Iowa

KS (1) - Preston Wiegel, OK State

OR (1) - Tyler Berger, Nebraska


Quarterfinalists By State

PA (19) - Spencer Lee, Iowa; Luke Pletcher, Ohio St.; Mickey Phillippi, Pitt; Ethan Lizak, Minnesota; Austin DeSanto, Iowa; Kyle Shoop, Lock Haven; Max Murin, Iowa; Jason Nolf, Penn St.; Kaleb Young, Iowa; Hayden Hidlay, NC State; Vincenzo Joseph, Penn St.; Josh Shields, Arizona St.; Chance Marsteller, Lock Haven; Mikey Labriola, Nebraska; Ryan Preisch, Lehigh; Nino Bonaccorsi, Pitt; Zack Zavatsky, Virginia Tech; Tom Sleigh, Virginia Tech; Jordan Wood, Lehigh

NJ (9) - Sebastian Rivera, Northwestern; Patrick Glory, Princeton; Nick Suriano, Rutgers; Joey McKenna, Ohio St.; Anthony Ashnault, Rutgers; Mekhi Lewis, Virginia Tech; Jordan Kutler, Lehigh; Myles Martin, Ohio St.; Anthony Cassar, Penn St.

IL (6) - Austin O'Connor, N. Carolina; Larry Early, Old Dominion; Isaiah White, Nebraska; Nathan Traxler, Stanford; Patrick Brucki, Princeton; Christian Brunner, Purdue

OH (5) - Dom Demas, Oklahoma; Matt Kolodzik, Princeton; Micah Jordan, Ohio St.; Kollin Moore, Ohio St.; Matt Stencel, Central Michigan

NY (4) - Vitali Arujau, Cornell; Nick Piccininni, OK State; Yianni, Cornell; Thomas Lane, Cal Poly

MI (4) - Alec Pantaleo, Michigan; Myles Amine, Michigan; Max Dean, Cornell; Trent Hillger, Wisconsin

MN (4) - Mitch McKee, Minnesota; Mark Hall, Penn St.; Gable Steveson, Minnesota; Sam Stoll, Iowa

MO (4) - John Erneste, Missouri; Jaydin Eierman, Missouri; Brock Mauller, Missouri; Daniel Lewis, Missouri

IN (3) - Stevan Micic, Michigan; Nick Lee, Penn St.; Ben Harvey, Army

IA (2) - Bryce Steiert, Northern Iowa; Drew Foster, Northern Iowa

CA (3) - Christian Pagdilao, Arizona St.; Evan Wick, Wisconsin; Zahid Valencia, Arizona St.;

GA (3) - Sean Russell, Minnesota; Taylor Lujan, Northern Iowa; Chip Ness, N. Carolina

OR (3) - Ronnie Bresser, Oregon St.; Tyler Berger, Nebraska; Sammy Colbray, Iowa St.

CO (2) - Mitch Finesilver, Duke; Ryan Deakin, Northwestern

OK (2) - Daton Fix, OK State; Derek White, OK State

TX (2) - Jack Mueller, Virginia; Bo Nickal, Penn St.

FL (1) - Pat Lugo, Iowa

MT (1) - Jarrett Degen, Iowa St.

KS (1) - Preston Wiegel, OK State

Canada (1) - Amarveer Dhesi, Oregon St. 


Qualifiers That Made A World Team (43)

Malik Heinselman, Ohio State - Cadet

Spencer Lee, Iowa - Cadet, Junior

Dack Punke, Missouri - Cadet

Vitali Arujau, Cornell - Cadet, U23

Sean Fausz, NC State, Cadet, U23

Jack Mueller, Virginia - U23

Daton Fix, Oklahoma State - Cadet, Junior, U23

Roman Bravo-Young, Penn State - Cadet

Austin Gomez, Iowa State - Cadet

Stevan Micic, Michigan - Junior

Yianni Diakomihalis, Cornell - Cadet

Dom Demas, Oklahoma - Cadet, Junior

Joey McKenna, Ohio St. - Cadet, Junior, U23

Mitch McKee, Minnesota - Cadet, Junior, U23

Brady Berge, Penn State - Cadet, Junior

Matt Kolodzik, Princeton - U23

Tommy Thorn, Minnesota - Cadet

Hayden Hidlay, NC State - U23

Ryan Deakin, Northwestern - Junior

Chance Marsteller, Lock Haven - Cadet

Joe Grello, Rutgers - Cadet

Mekhi Lewis, Virginia Tech - Junior

Alex Smythe, Buffalo - U23

Kimball Bastian, Utah Valley - Cadet

Mark Hall, Penn State - Cadet, Junior

David McFadden, Virginia Tech - U23

Lou DePrez, Binghamton - Junior

Zahid Valencia, Arizona State - Junior

Myles Martin, Ohio State -  U23

Nick Reenan, NC State - Cadet, Junior

Bo Nickal, Penn State - Cadet

Jacob Warner, Iowa - Cadet, Junior

Kollin Moore, Ohio State - Junior

Christian Brunner, Purdue - U23

Brandon Whitman, N. Carolina - Cadet

Haydn Maley, Oregon State - Junior

Zach Elam, Missouri - Junior

Sam Stoll, Iowa - Cadet, Junior

Gable Steveson, Minnesota - Cadet, Junior

Anthony Cassar, Penn State - Junior

Amaveer Dhesi, Oregon State - Junior 

Youssif Hemida, Maryland - U23

Jordan Wood, Lehigh - Cadet, Junior


Returning Points from 2018 NCAA's

1. Penn State - 117pts. 

2. Iowa - 84pts. 

3. Ohio State - 77.5pts

4. Missouri - 57pts. 

5. Michigan - 51pts.


Qualifiers By Grade

Freshmen - 55

Sophomores - 77

Juniors - 100

Seniors - 98


Qualifiers By State

Pennsylvania (53) - Willy Girard, Bloomsburg; Zeke Moisey, Nebraska; Spencer Lee, Iowa; Gage Curry, American; Micky Phillipi, Pittsburgh; Zack Trampe, Binghamton; Korbin Myers, Virginia Tech; Luke Pletcher, Ohio State; Ethan Lizak, Minnesota; Austin DeSanto, Iowa; DJ Fehlman, Lock Haven; Max Murin, Iowa; AC Headlee, North Carolina; Sam Krivus, Virginia; Kyle Shoop, Lock Haven; Mike Carr, Illinois; Josh Maruca, Arizona State; Cortlandt Schuyler, Lehigh; Zach Hartman, Bucknell; Alex Klucker, Lock Haven; Jason Nolf, Penn State; Hayden Hidlay, NC State; Kaleb Young, Iowa; Cam Coy, Virginia; Josh Shields, Arizona State; TeShan Campbell, Ohio State; Vincenzo Joseph, Penn State; Chance Marsteller, Lock Haven; Evan Delong, Clarion; Mike Labriola, Nebraska; Ethan Smith, Ohio State; Travis Stefanik, Princeton; Jacob Oliver, Edinboro; Nino Bonaccorsi, Pittsburgh; Noah Stewart, Army; Corey Hazel, Lock Haven; Zack Zavatsky, Virginia Tech; Ryan Preisch, Lehigh; Dakota Geer, Oklahoma State; Chris Kober, Campbell; Jake Woodley, Oklahoma; Kellan Stout, Pittsburgh; Drew Phipps, Bucknell; Tom Sleigh, Virginia Tech; Stephen Loiseau, Drexel; Jake Jakobsen, Lehigh; Ethan Laird, Rider; Greg Bulsak, Clarion; Joey Goodhart, Drexel; Antonio Pelusi, Franklin & Marshall; Thomas Haines, Lock Haven; Jake Gunning, Buffalo; Jordan Wood, Lehigh

Ohio (24) - , Drew Mattin, Michigan; Alex Mackall, Iowa State; Tim Rooney, Kent State; Tariq Wilson, NC State; Mario Guillen, Ohio; Mitch Moore, Virginia Tech; Dom Demas, Oklahoma; Corey Shie, Army; Cameron Kelly, Ohio; Tanner Smith, Chattanooga; Matt Kolodzik, Princeton; Micah Jordan, Ohio State; Josh Heil, Campbell; Taleb Rahmani, Pittsburgh; Zac Carson, Ohio; Alex Marinelli, Iowa; Nick Kiussis, West Virginia; Andrew McNally, Kent State; Kollin Moore, Ohio State; Anthony McLaughlin, Air Force; Rocco Caywood, Army; Billy Miller, Virginia Tech; Conan Jennings, Northwestern; Matt Stencel, Central Michigan

New Jersey (23) - Patrick Glory, Princeton; Carmen Ferrante, Penn; Sebastian Rivera, Northwestern; Nick Suriano, Rutgers; Anthony Cefolo, Rider; Brandon Paetzell, Lehigh; Peter Lipari, Rutgers; Joey McKenna, Ohio State; Matt Zovistoski, Appalachian State; Anthony Ashnault, Rutgers; John Van Brill, Rutgers; Dan Reed, Columbia; Mekhi Lewis    Virginia Tech; Gordon Wolf, Lehigh; David McFadden    Virginia Tech; Jordan Kutler   Lehigh; Spencer Carey, Navy; Dean Sherry, Rider; Joe Grello, Rutgers; Myles Martin, Ohio State; Nick Gravina   Rutgers; CJ LaFragola, Brown; Anthony Cassar, Penn State

Illinois (22) - Dack Punke, Missouri; Travis Piotrowski, Illinois; Gabe Townsell, Stanford; Elijah Oliver, Indiana; Michael McGee, Old Dominion; Austin Gomez, Iowa St.; Dylan Duncan, Illinois; Josh Alber, N. Iowa; Nic Gil, Navy; Austin O'Connor, N. Carolina; Shayne Oster, Northwestern; Eric Barone, Illinois; Larry Early, Old Dominion; Isiaiah White, Nebraska; Joey Gunther, Iowa; Cameron Caffey, Michigan St.; Emery Parker, Illinois; Jacob Warner, Iowa; Christian Brunner, Purdue; Eric Schultz, Nebraska; Patrick Brucki, Princeton; Nathan Traxler, Stanford

Michigan (19) - Rayvon Foley, Michigan St.; Devin Schroder, Purdue; Noah Gonsor, Campbell; Nate Limmex, Purdue; Kanen Storr, Michigan; Ian Parker, Iowa St.; Justin Oliver, NC State; Malik Amine, Michigan; Logan Parks, Central Michigan; Alec Pantaleo, Michigan; Steve Bleise, Minnesota; Tyler Morland, Northwestern; Logan Massa, Michigan; Myles Amine, Michigan; Devin Skatzka, Minnesota; Max Dean, Cornell; Brandon Whitman, N. Carolina; Trent Hillger, Wisconsin; Colton McKiernan, Edwardsville

California (18) - Gary Joint, Fresno St.; Mason Pengilly, Stanford; Sean Nickell, Bakersfield; Devan Turner, Oregon St.; Khristian Olivas, Fresno St.; Russell Rohlfing, Bakersfield; Christian Pagdilao, Arizona St.; Justin Thomas, Oklahoma; Evan Wick, Wisconsin; Bryce Martin, Indiana; Lorenzo De La Riva, North Dakota St.; Zahid Valencia, Arizona St.; Andrew Morgan, Campbell, Will Sumner, Utah Valley; Dominic Ducharme, Bakersfield; Josh Hokit, Fresno St.; Jeramy Sweany, Cornell; AJ Nevills, Fresno St.

New York (18) - Vito Arujau, Cornell; Nick Piccininni, Oklahoma State; Derek Spann, Buffalo; Anthony Sparacio, Binghamton; Bryan Lantry, Buffalo; Yianni Diakomihalis, Cornell; Parker Kropman, Drexel; Alex Smythe, Buffalo; Jesse Dellavecchia, Rider; Troy Keller, Buffalo; Vincent DePrez, Binghamton; Louie DePrez, Binghamton; Kevin Parker, Princeton; Shakur Rasheed, Penn State; Thomas Lane, Cal Poly; Ben Honis, Cornell; Brett Perry, Buffalo; Youssif Hemida, Maryland

Missouri (14) - John Erneste, Missouri; Matt Schmitt, West Virginia; Jaydin Eierman, Missouri; Brock Mauller; Missouri; Jarrett Jacques, Missouri; Ke-Shawn Hayes, Ohio State; Lucas Weiland, Army; Josh McClure, North Carolina; Colston DiBlasi, George Mason; Connor Flynn, Missouri; Brit Wilson, Northern Illinois; Daniel Lewis, Missouri; Zach Elam, Missouri; Demetrius Thomas, Pittsburgh

Colorado (12) - Malik Heinselman, Ohio St.; Grant Willits, Oregon St.; Josh Finesilver, Duke; Chris Sandoval, N. Colorado; Sam Turner, Wyoming; Mitch Finesilver, Duke; Ryan Deakin, Northwestern; Hunter Willits, Oregon St.; Zach Finesilver, Duke; Matt Finesilver, Duke; Tate Samuelson, Wyoming; Jacob Seely, N. Colorado

Georgia (12) - Sean Russell, Minnesota; Ryan Millhof, Arizona State; Alonzo Allen, Chattanooga; Codi Russell, Appalachian St.; Justin Ruffin, Edwardsville; Tyler Marinelli, Gardner-Webb; Thomas Bullard, NC State; Daniel Bullard, NC State; Devin Kane, N. Carolina; Taylor Lujan, N. Iowa; Chip Ness, N. Carolina; Rod Jones, Chattanooga

Iowa (12) - Bryce West, N. Illinois; Jay Schwarm, N. Iowa; Henry Pohlmeyer, South Dakota St.; Max Thomsen, N. Iowa; Chase Straw, Iowa St.; Bryce Steiert, N. Iowa; Marcus Coleman, Iowa St.; Cash Wilke, Iowa; Drew Foster, N. Iowa; Max Lyon, Purdue; Willie Miklus, Iowa St.; Gannon Gremmel, Iowa St.

Minnesota (11) - Cam Sykora, North Dakota St.; Mitch McKee, Minnesota; Brady Berge, Penn St.; Tommy Thorn, Minnesota; Griffin Parriott, Purdue; Carson Brolsma, Minnesota; Andrew Fogarty, North Dakota St.; Mark Hall, Penn St.; Taylor Venz, Nebraska; Gable Steveson, Minnesota; Sam Stoll, Iowa

Oklahoma (11) - Christian Moody, Oklahoma; Daton Fix, Oklahoma State; Gary Wayne Harding, North Carolina; Montorie Bridges, Wyoming; Kaid Brock, Oklahoma State; Kaden Gfeller, Oklahoma State; Davion Jeffries, Oklahoma; Joseph Smith, Oklahoma State; Tanner Skidgel, Navy; Jacobe Smith, Oklahoma State; Derek White, Oklahoma State

Indiana (10) - Drew Hildebrandt, Central Michigan; Stevan Micic, Michigan; Chad Red, Nebraska; Nick Lee, Penn St.; Cael McCormick, Army West Point; Dylan Lydy, Purdue; Jake Covaciu, Indiana; Ben Harvey, Army West Point; Drew Hughes, Michigan St.; Mason Parris, Michigan

Florida (8) -Requir van der Merwe, Stanford; Jamel Morris, NC State; Sa' Derian Perry, Old Dominion; Jared Prince, Navy; Patrick Lugo, Iowa; Anthony Artalona, Penn; Sawyer Root, The Citadel; Chase Singletary, Ohio St. 

Oregon (6) - Ronnie Bresser, Oregon State; Tyler Berger; Nebraska; Bob Coleman, Oregon State; Sammy Colbray, Iowa State; Tanner Harvey, American; Haydn Maley, Stanford

Texas (5) - Jack Mueller, Virginia; Quincy Monday, Princeton, Nick Reenan, NC State; Bo Nickal, Penn State; Blake Andrews, Wyoming

Maryland (4) - Michael Spraque, American; Tejon Anthony, George Mason; Brandon Ngati, West Virginia; Cory Daniel, N. Carolina

Massachusetts (4) - Chaz Tucker, Cornell, Christian Monserrat, West Virginia; Jon Viruet, Brown; Ian Butterbrodt, Brown

Utah (4) - Matt Findlay, Utah Valley; Ben Anderson, Duke; Branson Ashworth, Wyoming; Kimball Bastian, Utah Valley

Virginia (4) - BC LaPrade, Virginia Tech; Neal Richards , VMI; Dylan Wisman, Missouri; Jay Aiello, Virginia

Washington (4) - Ryan Christensen, Wisconsin; Tanner Orndorff, Utah Valley; Tate Orndorff, Utah Valley; Matt Voss, George Mason

Wisconsin (4) - Ben Thornton, Purdue; Cole Martin, Wisconsin; Jackson Hemauer, Fresno State; Mason Reinhardt, Wisconsin

North Carolina (3) - Malik McDonald, NC State; Randall Diabe; Appalachian State; Cary Miller, Appalachian State

Arizona (2) - Roman Bravo-Young, Penn St.; Tristan Moran, Wisconsin

Delaware (2) - Brent Fleetwood, North Dakota St.; Zack Parker, Ohio

Kentucky (2) - Sean Fausz, NC State; Ben Barton, Campbell

Nebraska (2) - Korbin Meink, Campbell; Will Schany, Virginia

Rhode Island (2) - Ebed Jarrell, Drexel; Christian LaBrie, Brown

West Virginia (2) - Josh Humphreys, Lehigh; Noah Adams, West Virginia

Wyoming (2) - Cole Verner, Wyoming; Hayden Hastings, Wyoming

Alabama (1) - Brandon Womack, Cornell

Alaska (1) - Josh Roetman, Navy

Hawaii (1) - Josh Terao, American

Idaho (1) - Demetrius Romero, Utah Valley

Kansas (1) - Preston Weigel, Oklahoma St.

Montana (1) - Jarrett Degen, Iowa St. 

New Mexico (1) - Rico Montoya, N. Colorado

North Dakota (1)Ryan Blees, Virginia Tech

South Dakota (1) - David Jensen, Nebraska

Tennessee (1) - Chris Debien, Chattanooga

Canada (1) - Amarveer Dhesi, Oregon St. 


Sibling Qualifiers

The Finesilvers: Josh, Mitch, Zach & Matt, Duke

The Russells: Codi, Appalachian State; Sean, Minnesota

The Willits: Grant & Hunter, Oregon State

The Bullards: Thomas & Daniel, NC State

The Amines: Malike & Myles, Michigan

The Orndorffs: Tanner & Tate, Utah Valley

The DePrezs: Vincent & Louie, Binghamton


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Another week removed from the NCAA tournament that never happened, another week of way too early lineup looks. Let’s head to Columbus, where the roster is young and full of options for starters.

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NCAA Extends Eligibility Of Spring, Denies Winter Sports

The NCAA announced tonight, that winter sports athletes will not receive another year of eligibility while spring sport athletes will. Below you can read the full release from the NCAA.

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Mike Evans, Blaize Cabell Join Navy Coaching Staff

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Matt Stencel & Central Michigan Lead The 2019-20 All-MAC Team

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With 50 NCAA qualifiers, including 34 who appear in the final national rankings, the expanded Mid-American Conference left its mark on an abbreviated collegiate wrestling season.

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Bader Show: Kayla Miracle, Bryan Snyder, & Jason Borrelli

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On this episode of the Bader Show, Bader and Bray talk to Kayla Miracle, Bryan Snyder, and Jason Borrelli.

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Spencer Lee Wins The 2020 Hodge Trophy

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Iowa junior Spencer Lee has won the 2020 Hodge Trophy, becoming the third Hawkeye and first 125-pounder to win the award.

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Oregon State Hires Chris Pendleton

Oregon State has their next head coach. The university announced today that former Arizona State assistant Chris Pendleton will be the next head man in Corvallis. On March 9, Oregon State announced that Jim Zalesky would not be returning after spending 13 seasons as the head wrestling coach. 

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IOC Sets New Dates For The 2021 Olympics

Bill Zadick After Pan Am Qualifier

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New dates have officially been set for the postponed Olympics. The 2021 Games will be held July 23-August 8, 2021.

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Mark Ironside Uniting Community During Pandemic

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Two-time NCAA champion Mark Ironside is doing his part during the COVID-19 pandemic to help bring people together by selling UNITE Wrestling shirts. 

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Are You Shooting High Crotches Or Head-Outside-Singles?

I like to make a distinction between a high crotch and a head-outside-single. One thing that you should probably understand is that this is less of a rule and more of a coaching preference. I started making the distinction when I was teaching kids in order to separate the ideas in my athletes' heads. If you have any insight into how you teach the difference between these two specific techniques, please get a hold of me. I'd love to hear it. 

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