It's really hard to win an NCAA title.
Each year only 10 wrestlers are crowned champions.
Four-time All-Americans Jake Kahnke, Travis McKillop, and Willie Bohince know this especially well having having made it to the finals two times without reaching the top of the podium.
Check out the best wrestlers to never win an NCAA title from 2010 to 2019 ranked by DII medals!
Three-time All-American and NJ native BJ Young ranks #8.
Here are the top eleven!
Rank - Name - Score - Medals
#1 - Jake Kahnke - St. Cloud State - 43 - 4,2,2,3
#2 - Clint Poster - St. Cloud State - 39 - 4,3,3,3
#3 - Austin Goergen - St. Cloud State - 38 - 6,2,3,3
#3 - Travis McKillop - Pittsburgh-Johnstown - 38 - 7,3,2,2
#5 - Kameron Teacher - Notre Dame (OH) - 34 - 2,2,3
#6 - Adam Walters - Findlay - 33 - 2,4,2
#7 - Willie Bohince - Mercyhurst - 31 - 7,8,2,2
#8 - BJ Young - Newberry - 30 - 2,2,6
#8 - Carl Broghammer - Upper Iowa - 30 - 3,3,3
#8 - James Pleski - St. Cloud State - 30 - 4,2,4
#8 - Nick Burghardt - Maryville - 30 - 4,2,4
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