By The Numbers: US Open Senior Men's Freestyle

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Do you realize just how loaded these weight classes are on the senior level at the US Open? 

Well, in case you didn't realize it, he's a look at the numbers. We went weight-by-weight and checked out just how big the trophy case would have to be for the entire field coming to Vegas looking to get one step closer to making this year's Senior World Team.

Of note, Jared Frayer and Frank Molinaro are the lone Olympians in the freestyle field. Frayer was on the 2012 team and Molinaro was on the 2016 team

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NCAA All-Americans - 209 total AA Finishes (198 DI)

57kg (24 AA Finishes)

Vito Arujau - 1x

Darian Cruz - 3x

Jesse Delgado - 3x

Daton Fix - 1x

Thomas Gilman - 3x

Eddie Kilamara - 1x

Jarrod Patterson - 1x

Nick Piccininni - 2x

Zane Richards - 2x

Zach Sanders - 4x

Nathan Tomasello - 4x


61kg (24 AA Finishes)

Cody Brewer - 4x

Cory Clark - 4x

Daniel Deshazer - 3x (DII)

Tyler Graff - 4x

Earl Hall - 2x

Nico Megaludis - 4x

Tony Ramos - 3x


65kg (45 AA Finishes)

Nick Dardanes - 1x

Dom Demas - 1x

Yianni Diakomihals - 2x

Jaydin Eierman - 2x

BJ Futrell - 2x

Dean Heil - 3x

Evan Henderson - 2x

Joey Lazor - 1x

Nick Lee - 2x

Montell Marion - 3x

Mitch McKee - 1x

Joey McKenna - 3x

Bryce Meredith - 3x

Frank Molinaro - 4x

Jayson Ness - 4x

Jordan Oliver - 4x

Zain Retherford - 4x

Josh Reyes - 1x (Junior College)

Brandon Wright - 2x (NAIA)


70kg (31 AA Finishes)

Jason Chamberlain - 2x

Anthony Collica - 1x

Ryan Deakin - 1x

Mitch Finesilver - 1x

James Green - 4x

Kevin Jack - 3x

Josh Kindig - 1x

Lavion Mayes - 3x

Dylan Ness - 4x

Jason Nolf - 4x

Alec Pantaleo - 3x

Brandon Sorensen - 4x


74kg (17 AA Finishes)

Jared Frayer - 2x

Tommy Gantt - 1x

Joey Lavallee - 1x

Isaiah Martinez - 4x

Logan Massa - 1x

Chase Pami - 2x

Josh Shields - 2x

Dan Vallimont - 2x

Evan Wick - 2x


79kg (8 AA Finishes)

Alex Dieringer - 4x

Nate Jackson - 2x

Chance Marsteller - 2x


86kg (18 AA Finishes)

Josh Asper - 2x

Sammy Brooks - 2x

Max Dean - 2x

Pat Downey - 2x (1x DI)

Nick Heflin - 3x

Myles Martin - 4x

Brett Pfarr - 2x

Kenny Courts - 1x


92kg (19 AA Finishes)

Pat Brucki - 1x

TJ Dudley - 3x

Michael Macchiavello - 1x

Kollin Moore - 3x

Bo Nickal - 4x

Cody Walters - 2x

Hayden Zillmer - 1x

Riley Lefever - 4x


97kg (11 AA Finishes)

Kevin Beazley - 1x

Kyven Gadson - 3x

Ben Honis - 1x

Wynn Michalak - 3x

Ty Walz - 3x


125kg (11 AA Finishes)

Dom Bradley - 2x

Adam Coon - 3x

Tanner Hall - 1x

Youssif Hemida - 2x

Nick Nevills - 2x

Derek White - 1x


NCAA Champs - 43 total titles (33 DI)

Darian Cruz - 1x

Jesse Delgado - 2x

Nathan Tomasello - 1x

Cody Brewer - 1x

Cory Clark - 1x

Daniel Deshazer - 2x (DII)

Nico Megaludis - 1x

Tony Ramos - 1x

Yianni Diakomihalis - 2x

Dean Heil - 2x

Frank Molinaro - 1x

Jayson Ness - 1x

Jordan Oliver - 2x

Zain Retherford - 3x

Josh Reyes - 1x (Junior College)

Brandon Wright - 2x (NAIA)

Jason Nolf - 3x

Isaiah Martinez - 2x

Alex Dieringer - 3x

Pat Downey - 1x (Junior College)

Myles Martin - 1x

Michael Macchiavello - 1x

Bo Nickal - 3x

Kyven Gadson - 1x

Riley Lefever - 4x


World Medals (24 medals)

57kg: Vito Arujau - 2017 Cadet silver

57kg: Daton Fix - 2018 Jr bronze; 2017 Jr gold; 2016 Jr bronze; 2015 Cadet bronze; 2014 Youth Olympic silver

57kg: Thomas Gilman - 2017 silver, 2014 Jr bronze

65kg: Yianni Diakomihalis - 2016 Cadet gold; 2015 Cadet gold

65kg: Joey McKenna - 2017 U23 bronze

65kg: Jordan Oliver - 2009 Jr bronze

65kg: Zain Retherford - 2012 Cadet World gold

70kg: Ryan Deakin - 2017 Jr silver

70kg: James Green - 2017 Sr silver; 2015 Sr bronze; 2014 University silver

70kg: Jared Verkleeren - 2015 Cadet gold

86kg: Pat Downey - 2012 Jr silver

125kg: Dom Bradley - 2009 Jr gold

125kg: Adam Coon - 2018 Sr Greco silver; 2014 Jr Bronze (GR/FS); 2011 Cadet gold

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