We break down the toughest weight classes at the NCAA tournament from the 2010s.
Each weight class is scored by adding up the career scores of all the wrestlers.
Check out the toughest weight classes from 2010 to 2019 ranked by NCAA medals!
Here are the top five!
Rank - Year - Weight - Score - Medalists
#1 - 2015 - 141 - 264 - Logan Stieber, Ohio State; Mitchell Port, Edinboro; Devin Carter, Virginia Tech; Dean Heil, Oklahoma State; Kevin Jack, North Carolina State; Chris Mecate, Old Dominion; Lavion Mayes, Missouri; Anthony Ashnault, Rutgers;
#2 - 2014 - 157 - 251 - Alex Dieringer, Oklahoma State; Dylan Ness, Minnesota; James Green, Nebraska; Ian Miller, Kent State; Derek St. John, Iowa; Brian Realbuto, Cornell; Isaac Jordan, Wisconsin; Anthony Perrotti, Rutgers;
#3 - 2018 - 125 - 247 - Spencer Lee, Iowa; Nick Suriano, Rutgers; Nathan Tomasello, Ohio State; Ethan Lizak, Minnesota; Darian Cruz, Lehigh; Sebastian Rivera, Northwestern; Ronnie Bresser, Oregon State; Zeke Moisey, West Virginia;
#4 - 2014 - 125 - 240 - Jesse Delgado, Illinois; Nahshon Garrett, Cornell; Nico Megaludis, Penn State; Joey Dance, Virginia Tech; Cory Clark, Iowa; Dylan Peters, Northern Iowa; Darian Cruz, Lehigh; Earl Hall, Iowa State;
#5 - 2017 - 184 - 238 - Bo Nickal, Penn State; Gabe Dean, Cornell; T.J. Dudley, Nebraska; Sammy Brooks, Iowa; Myles Martin, Ohio State; Nolan Boyd, Oklahoma State; Drew Foster, Northern Iowa; Nathan Jackson, Indiana;
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