It's really hard to win a state title in New Jersey.
Each year only 14 wrestlers are crowned champions at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.
Four-time state medalists Bryan Nunziato, Dave Greenwald, and Zach Tanelli know it all too well having made it to the finals two times without reaching the top of the podium.
Check out the best wrestlers to never win a state title ranked by NJ state medals from 2000 to 2009!
Here are the top ten!
Rank - Name - Year - Score - Medals
#1 - Bryan Nunziato - Bergen Catholic - 2004 - 42 - 4,2,2,4
#2 - Dave Greenwald - St. Mary's - 2006 - 40 - 4,5,2,2
#2 - Zach Tanelli - Millburn - 2004 - 40 - 6,2,2,3
#4 - Tommy Spellman - Kittatinny - 2007 - 39 - 4,3,3,3
#5 - Zac Cunliffe - Howell - 2003 - 38 - 6,3,3,2
#6 - Dan Seidenberg - Raritan - 2009 - 34 - 2,2,3
#6 - John Trumbetti - St. Joseph Regional - Montvale - 2006 - 34 - 2,3,2
#8 - Randy Moore - Camden Catholic - 2005 - 33 - 4,2,2
#9 - Bryan Tracy - Paulsboro - 2006 - 31 - 4,2,3
#9 - CJ Mays - Oakcrest - 2003 - 31 - 2,4,3
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