Number of NCAA Championship Qualifiers By School

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The field is set! With the release of the 48 at-large qualifiers on Tuesday afternoon, we now know the 330 wrestlers that will be in Minneapolis for the 2020 NCAA Championships. Check out the number of 2020 NCAA Championship qualifiers each school is taking to Minneapolis. 

10 Qualifiers

Iowa

Nebraska


9 Qualifiers

Iowa State

Lehigh

Oklahoma State

Virginia Tech


8 Qualifiers

Cornell

Minnesota 

Missouri

NC State

Ohio State

Purdue


7 Qualifiers

Army

Illinois

Michigan

North Carolina

Northern Iowa

Penn State

Pittsburgh


6 Qualifiers

Appalachian State

Arizona State

Campbell

Central Michigan

Michigan State

North Dakota State

Northwestern

Oklahoma

Princeton

Virginia

Wisconsin


5 Qualifiers

Fresno State

Lock Haven

Navy

Northern Colorado

Rutgers

South Dakota State

Stanford

Wyoming


4 Qualifiers

American

Drexel

Northern Illinois

Ohio

Old Dominion

Rider


3 Qualifiers

Chattanooga

Clarion

Penn

Utah Valley


2 Qualifiers

Binghamton

Bloomsburg

Bucknell

Buffalo

CSU Bakersfield

Cal Poly

Columbia

Edinboro

Harvard

Hofstra

Indiana

Kent State

Maryland

Oregon State

SIUE


1 Qualifier

Cleveland State

Duke 

George Mason

The Citadel

VMI

West Virginia


No Qualifiers

Air Force

Brown

Franklin & Marshall

Gardner-Webb

Little Rock

Long Island

Presbyterian 

Sacred Heart


And here's the same information, now in table form!

SCHOOLQUALIFIERS
Nebraska10
Iowa10
Virginia Tech9
Oklahoma State9
Lehigh9
Iowa State9
Purdue8
Ohio State8
NC State8
Missouri8
Minnesota8
Cornell8
Pittsburgh7
Penn State7
Northern Iowa7
North Carolina7
Michigan7
Illinois7
Army7
Wisconsin6
Virginia6
Princeton6
Oklahoma6
Northwestern6
North Dakota State6
Michigan State6
Central Michigan6
Campbell6
Arizona State6
Appalachian State6
Wyoming5
Stanford5
Rutgers5
Northern Colorado5
Navy5
Lock Haven5
Fresno State5
South Dakota State4
Rider4
Old Dominion4
Ohio4
Northern Illinois4
Drexel4
American4
Utah Valley3
Penn3
Clarion3
Chattanooga3
SIU-Edwardsville2
Oregon State2
Maryland2
Kent State2
Indiana2
Hofstra2
Harvard2
Edinboro2
CSU-Bakersfield2
Columbia2
Cal Poly2
Buffalo2
Bucknell2
Bloomsburg2
Binghamton2
West Virginia1
VMI1
The Citadel1
George Mason1
Duke1
Cleveland State1

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