It's a special year for a team when one of their own becomes an NCAA All-American.
Claiming multiple medalists is legendary.
Like in 2021, when seven Iowa Hawkeyes made it to the podium.
Twenty years ago, the entire Minnesota squad became NCAA All-Americans.
We take a look at all the teams who brought home three or more medals in a given year!
Here are the top ten!
Team - Year - Count - Score - All-Americans
Minnesota - 2001 - 10 - 76 - Leroy Vega, Brett Lawrence, Chad Erikson, Jared Lawrence, Luke Becker, Brad Pike, Jacob Volkmann, Damion Hahn, Owen Elzen, Garrett Lowney
Iowa - 1995 - 9 - 85 - Mike Mena, Jeff McGinness, Mark Ironside, Bill Zadick, Lincoln McIlravy, Daryl Weber, Matt Nerem, Ray Brinzer, Joel Sharratt
Iowa - 1992 - 9 - 101 - Chad Zaputil, Terry Brands, Tom Brands, Troy Steiner, Terry Steiner, Tom Ryan, Bart Chelesvig, Travis Fiser, John Oostendorp
Iowa - 1991 - 9 - 106 - Chad Zaputil, Terry Brands, Tom Brands, Troy Steiner, Terry Steiner, Tom Ryan, Mark Reiland, Bart Chelesvig, Travis Fiser
Iowa - 1985 - 9 - 98 - Matt Egeland, Barry Davis, Greg Randall, Kevin Dresser, Jim Heffernan, Marty Kistler, Lindley Kistler, Rico Chiapparelli, Duane Goldman
Iowa - 1983 - 9 - 109 - Tim Riley, Barry Davis, Jeff Kerber, Harlan Kistler, Jim Heffernan, Jim Zalesky, Duane Goldman, Ed Banach, Lou Banach
Iowa - 1981 - 9 - 87 - Barry Davis, Tim Riley, Randy Lewis, Lenny Zalesky, Scott Trizzino, Jim Zalesky, Mike DeAnna, Ed Banach, Lou Banach
Iowa State - 1969 - 9 - 94 - Steve Lampe, Mike Schmauss, Dan Gable, Carl Adams, Dave Martin, Jason Smith, Chuck Jean, Jim Duschen, Wayne Beske
Iowa State - 1965 - 9 - 98 - Ernie Gillum, Roger Sebert, Ron Jones, Bob Buzzard, Veryl Long, Gordon Hassman, Vic Marcucci, Tom Peckham, Ted Tuinstra
Teams have accomplished this feat over 600 times in NCAA history!
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