We break down the toughest weight classes at the NCAA tournament from the past decade.
Each weight class is scored by adding up the career scores of all the wrestlers.
Check out the toughest weight classes from 2000 to 2009 ranked by NCAA medals!
Here are the top five!
Rank - Year - Weight - Score - Medalists
#1 - 2008 - 149 - 253 - Brent Metcalf, Iowa; Bubba Jenkins, Penn State; Jordan Burroughs, Nebraska; Josh Churella, Michigan; Darrion Caldwell, North Carolina State; J.P. O'Connor, Harvard; Dustin Schlatter, Minnesota; Lance Palmer, Ohio State;
#2 - 2007 - 125 - 243 - Paul Donahoe, Nebraska; Sam Hazewinkel, Oklahoma; Troy Nickerson, Cornell; Angel Escobedo, Indiana; Jayson Ness, Minnesota; Ode Blanc, Lock Haven; Tanner Gardner, Stanford; Charlie Falck, Iowa;
#3 - 2009 - 125 - 232 - Troy Nickerson, Cornell; Paul Donahoe, Edinboro; Brandon Precin, Northwestern; Anthony Robles, Arizona State; Angel Escobedo, Indiana; Zachary Sanders, Minnesota; Scott Sentes, Central Michigan; Nic Bedelyon, Kent State;
#4 - 2006 - 125 - 230 - Joe Dubuque, Indiana; Troy Nickerson, Cornell; Sam Hazewinkel, Oklahoma; Nick Simmons, Michigan State; Coleman Scott, Oklahoma State; Chad Mendes, Cal Poly-SLO; John Velez, Northwestern; Tanner Gardner, Stanford;
#5 - 2003 - 149 - 225 - Eric Larkin, Arizona State; Jared Lawrence, Minnesota; Jesse Jantzen, Harvard; Jerrod Sanders, Oklahoma State; Jake Percival, Ohio University; Collin Robertson, Boise State; Jon Masa, Hofstra; Dustin Manotti, Cornell;
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