We broke down the toughest weight classes at the NCAA tournament from the 1990s.
Each weight class was scored by adding up the career scores of all the wrestlers.
Check out the toughest weight classes from 1990 to 1999 ranked by NCAA DI medals!
Here are the top five!
Rank - Year - Weight - Score - Medalists
#1 - 1999 - 133 - 240 - Eric Guerrero, Oklahoma State; Cody Sanderson, Iowa State; Eric Juergens, Iowa; Eric Larkin, Arizona State; Stan Greene, Fresno State; Eric Keller, Northern Iowa; Aaron Holker, Brigham Young; Robert Sessley, Ohio State;
#2 - 1994 - 158 - 235 - Pat Smith, Oklahoma State; Sean Bormet, Michigan; Earl Walker, Boston University; Dan Alar, Oregon State; Markus Mollica, Arizona State; Aaron Moran, Purdue; Joe Williams, Iowa; Dan Wirnsberger, Michigan State;
#3 - 1998 - 118 - 225 - Teague Moore, Oklahoma State; David Morgan, Michigan State; Eric Juergens, Iowa; Stephen Abas, Fresno State; Jeremy Hunter, Penn State; Tim Dernlan, Purdue; Brandon Paulson, Minnesota; John Carvalheira, Rider;
#4 - 1992 - 177 - 224 - Kevin Randleman, Ohio State; Corey Olson, Nebraska; Bart Chelesvig, Iowa; Matt Johnson, Iowa State; Rich Powers, Northern Iowa; Steve Williams, North Carolina State; Quincey Clark, San Diego State; Matt White, Penn State;
#5 - 1991 - 126 - 220 - Jason Kelber, Nebraska; Terry Brands, Iowa; Tony Purler, Oklahoma State; Adam DiSabato, Ohio State; Bob Truby, Penn State; Babak Mohammadi, Oregon State; Shawn Charles, Arizona State; Kurt Howell, Clemson;
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