We break down the toughest years at the NCAA DI wrestling tournament since 1934.
Each year is scored by adding up the career scores of all the NCAA All-Americans.
The 2010s steal the show with the top four toughest years!
Check out the best years from 1934 to 2019 ranked by NCAA medals!
Here are the top five!
Rank - Year - Score - Champions
#1 - 2014 - 1957 - Jesse Delgado, Illinois; Tony Ramos, Iowa; Logan Stieber, Ohio State; Jason Tsirtsis, Northwestern; Alex Dieringer, Oklahoma State; David Taylor, Penn State; Chris Perry, Oklahoma State; Ed Ruth, Penn State; J'den Cox, Missouri; Nick Gwiazdowski, North Carolina State;
#2 - 2013 - 1867 - Jesse Delgado, Illinois; Logan Stieber, Ohio State; Kendric Maple, Oklahoma; Jordan Oliver, Oklahoma State; Derek St. John, Iowa; Kyle Dake, Cornell; Chris Perry, Oklahoma State; Ed Ruth, Penn State; Quentin Wright, Penn State; Anthony Nelson, Minnesota;
#3 - 2015 - 1841 - Nathan Tomasello, Ohio State; Cody Brewer, Oklahoma; Logan Stieber, Ohio State; Drake Houdashelt, Missouri; Isaiah Martinez, Illinois; Alex Dieringer, Oklahoma State; Matt Brown, Penn State; Gabe Dean, Cornell; Kyven Gadson, Iowa State; Nick Gwiazdowski, North Carolina State;
#4 - 2012 - 1821 - Matt McDonough, Iowa; Logan Stieber, Ohio State; Kellan Russell, Michigan; Frank Molinaro, Penn State; Kyle Dake, Cornell; David Taylor, Penn State; Ed Ruth, Penn State; Steve Bosak, Cornell; Cam Simaz, Cornell; Anthony Nelson, Minnesota;
#5 - 2004 - 1811 - Jason Powell, Nebraska; Zach Roberson, Iowa State; Cliff Moore, Iowa; Jesse Jantzen, Harvard; Matt Gentry, Stanford; Troy Letters, Lehigh; Chris Pendleton, Oklahoma State; Greg Jones, West Virginia; Damion Hahn, Minnesota; Tommy Rowlands, Ohio State;
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