MICHIGAN WOLVERINE WRESTLING

Michigan #14 nationally, 8-7 for 2016-2017 season, 4-5 in the Big Ten
Big Ten Team Championships (14): 1927-1928-1929-1930-1938-1944-1953-1955-1956-1960-1963-1964-1965-1973

123 Individual Big Ten Wrestling Champions (2nd to Iowa's 195)

Legends of Michigan: Cliff Keen Facebook Group

2018 NCAA Wrestling Rankings

Summary of 2017 NCAA Wrestling Championships

Michigan Wrestlers, 1921-2017

Greatest Michigan Wrestlers

Greatest NCAA Wrestlers

National United States Senior Wrestling Champions

Big Ten Conference Wrestling Champions

United States Olympic Wrestling Training Centers

Michigan Wrestling History

A Historical Perspective on Amateur Wrestling in America

Michigan Wrestling Recruiting History

NCAA Top Wrestling Recruits 

Roster

Pantaleo 5th, Russell 6th at Senior Nationals (Massa 4th in 2016)

Kevin Beazley announced on April 30 his grad transfer from Old Dominion to Michigan

Michael Mars, 2X State Champion, pledges to Michigan on May 18

2016-2017 Line-Ups and Projected 2018-2020 Line-Ups

Weight/Team 2016 Michigan Wrestling Wolverines 2017 Michigan Wrestling Wolverines 2018 Michigan Wrestling Wolverines 2019 Michigan Wrestling Wolverines 2020 Michigan Wrestling Wolverines
125 lbs. Youtsey 17-15 , 5th NCAA (A.Assad 18-3) Conor Youtsey 6-8, 5th Big Ten, Austin Assad 8-5 (Lester 2-2) Drew Mattin, Austin Assad or Jack Medley Austin Assad, Drew Mattin or Jack Medley Austin Assad, Drew Mattin or Jack Medley
133 lbs. Bruno 15-13 (S.Profaci 21-7/B.Lamantia 19-9) Stevan Micic 29-7, 3rd Big Ten, 4th NCAA (Suitor 3-6/Lamantia 10-4) Stevan Micic (Suitor/Lamantia) Stevan Micic (Suitor/Lamantia/Mars) Stevan Micic 
141 lbs. Fisher 8-13 (M.Amine 9-5/Hall 4-4/Z.Storr 3-7) Sal Profaci 13-17, 10th place Big Ten (Fisher 2-2) Ben Freeman or Sal Profaci Ben Freeman or Sal Profaci Sal Profaci or Michael Mars
149 lbs. Pantaleo 27-8, 6th NCAA (H.Scharf 3-5) Zac Hall 17-10, 4th Big Ten, Malik Amine 11-5 (Tyler Meisinger 14-10 and Alec Pantaleo to Redshirt) Malik Amine, Tyler Meisinger, Reece Hughes or Alec Pantaleo Alec Pantaleo, Reece Hughes or Malik Amine Ben Freeman
157 lbs. Murphy 11-9 (J.Amine 7-13/Cory Vanderhagen 7-8/Aaron Calderon 7-8) Brian Murphy 16-8, 4th Big Ten (Jordan Amine 4-2) Alec Pantaleo or Jordan Amine or Lane Van Anrooy (Reece Hughes) Alec Pantaleo, Layne Van Anrooy or Reece Hughes Layne Van Anrooy or Reece Hughes
165 lbs. Sutton 9-10 (L.Massa 13-1/M.Amine 13-2) Logan Massa 32-3, 2nd Big Ten, 3rd NCAA Logan Massa Logan Massa Logan Massa 
174 lbs. Mahomes 10-8 (T.Massa) Myles Amine 32-7, 3rd Big Ten, 4th NCAA (Garrett Sutton 18-5/Davonte Mahomes) Myles Amine (Garrett Sutton) Myles Amine Myles Amine
184 lbs. Abounader 26-4 (B.Ralston 4-2/E.Battaglia 6-3) Aaron Calderon 0-5, Ernest Battaglia 3-11 (Domenic Abounader, 5-0, to Redshirt) Domenic Abounader (Jelani Embree) Jelani Embree Jelani Embree
197 lbs. Huntley 22-7 (J.Striggow 21-6) Jackson Striggow 12-12 (Ayoola Olapo 3-4) Kevin Beazley (Andrew Davison and Jackson Striggow redshirt) Andrew Davison/Jackson Striggow Andrew Davison/Jackson Striggow
285 lbs. Coon 25-3, 3rd NCAA (P.Hayden 4-4) Kostya Golobokov 4-7, Dan Perry 2-15, and Payne Hayden 0-1 Adam Coon (Luke Ready redshirt) Luke Ready (Nemec/Perry) Luke Ready (Nemec/Perry)

Ben Freeman became a 4 Time State Champion at the 2017 MHSAA Wrestling Championships in 2017 at 140 lbs., Jelani Embree (X-3-1-1) won his second State Title, Jack Medley (7-7-3-3) placed 3rd at 119 lbs., Reece Hughes (X-3-1-4) placed 4th at 145 lbs. Michigan Signs 8 during Early Signing Period

Ben Freeman to Michigan Jelani Embree to Michigan Reece Hughes to Michigan Layne Van Anrooy to Michigan Drew Mattin to Michigan Andrew Davison commits to Michigan Jack Medley (125) to Michigan Zach Nemec (285) to Michigan Nikita Nepomnyashchiy (174) to Michigan Luke Ready (197/285) to Michigan 

Will we add Mason Parris (285), Trent Hidlay (165/174), and others???

Ohio State surprises Penn State to win Big Ten Championship

Michigan Wrestling Coaches

Top 20 NCAA Wrestling Programs of All-Time
Division I Wrestling Conferences and Programs in 2017

NCAA Wrestling Records

NCAA Wrestling Unbeaten Streaks

NCAA Wrestling Championship Venues

Michigan Wrestling Yearbook and Record Book

Links to NCAA Wrestling

NCAA Wrestling Refereeing, Scoring and Rules Book

Michigan Wrestling Hall of Fame

NCAA Wrestling Coach Salaries (2008)

Michigan Wrestling Coach Salaries

Michigan Wrestling Division II All-Americans

Michigan Wrestling Division III All-Americans

Michigan Wrestling NAIA All-Americans

Michigan Wrestling JC All-Americans

Michigan High School Wrestling Coaches

Michigan High School Wrestling Tournament History 1939-2017

Olympic Wrestling History

World Wrestling Championships History

Legends of Michigan: Cliff Keen is available for Order or pick one up at 7 Metro Detroit locations of the M-Den

Historic State/Team/NCAA Wrestling Book Team/State Pages Printed Author(s) Price
Legends of Michigan: Cliff Keen Michigan 628 2013 Taylor, Dave $39.95
Tales from the Mat Illinois High School Wrestling at 75 Illinois 500 2012 Sherrill, Rob $37.95
Reach for the Stars: The Iowa High School State Wrestling Tournament Iowa 620 2011 McCool, Dan $35.00
Glory Beyond the Sport: Wrestling in the Military Army/Navy 100 2009 Moore, Roger $10.00
Wisconsin Wrestling, 1940-2007 Wisconsin 194 2008 Wisconsin Wresting Coaches Assn. $10.00
A Century of Penn State Wrestling Penn State 272 2008 Penn State Wrestling Club $19.95
The Fighting Scots of Edinboro: One Small School's Rise to Prominence Among College Wrestling's Heavyweights Pennsylvania 128 2008 Dudley, John $18.00
Cowboy Up: John Smith leads the Legendary Oklahoma State Wrestlers to its Greatest Season Ever Oklahoma State 405 2007 Parrish, Kim $28.95
The History of Collegiate Wrestling  NCAA 381 2006 Hammond, Jairus $49.95
The History of Western Pennsylvania Wrestling Pennsylvania 240 2005 Amic, Paul $20.00
Grappling Glory: Celebrating a Century of Minnesota Wrestling Rassling Minnesota 200 2004 Bernstein, Ross $29.95
Ohio's Best in Amateur Wrestling: A Thorough Look at Ohio Wrestling from 1938-1997  Ohio 328 1997 Osgood, Mark $24.95
Mat Power: Lehigh Wrestling Highlights Lehigh 255 1997 Diehl, Denny $38.00
History of WPIAL Wrestling Champions Pennsylvania 67 1995 Wunderley, Ken n/a
The Cowboys Ride Again: A History of Wrestling's Dynasty Oklahoma State 238 1994 Dellinger, Bob&Doris n/a
Ready, Wrestle: A History of the Indiana State High School Wrestling Tournament, 1922-1992 Indiana 261 1992 Holman, Dave $18.00
A History of Wrestling at Iowa State University, 1912-1985 Iowa State 324 1986 Marr-Hugunin, Lynn n/a
Ride 'em, Cowboys! The Story of Oklahoma State Wrestling Oklahoma State 144 1977 Dellinger, Doris n/a
Takedown: Fifty Years of Univ. of Oklahoma Wrestling Greats Oklahoma 88 1976 Leach, Alan n/a

The Emergence of High School Wrestling in West Virginia, 1922-1975

The History of Intercollegiate Wrestling at the University of Utah

West Virginia

Utah

360

318

1975

1965

Nedeff, George

Hankin, John Francis

n/a

n/a

Ready--Wrestle: Louisiana High School State Wrestling Tournament History: 67 Years of History, Information, Facts Louisiana 94 n/a Bofinger, Bill $25.00
South Carolina Wrestling South Carolina n/a n/a Buford, Mark $18.00

Legends of Michigan: Cliff Keen Book Excerpts:

Brief History of FILA and International Wrestling

Stowaways Go to 1928 Olympics

Money Influencing Wrestling

Wrestling Information, Marketing and Media

Managers and Sports Information at Michigan

The Rise and Fall of Small College Wrestling in Michigan

Title IX and Its Effect on Amateur Wrestling

History of the Michigan High School Wrestling Championships, 1939-1977

History of Scholastic Wrestling

Wrestling Rules, Changes and Refereeing

The Michigan Wrestling Club

The Mid-American (MAC) Conference

Rob Huizenga, now known as Dr. H

Dave Curby, Doctor of Wrestling

Jim Kamman, Almost a Manager

Remembering Pete Cornell

Rick Bay, NACDA Hall of Fame

Harland Danner, from Ann Arbor to Oklahoma to Chiapas, Mexico

Little Johnny Speicher

Ed "Don" George, World Heavyweight Wrestling Champion

Murl Thrush, Oklahoma to Ann Arbor to New York

The Steiner Brothers

The Pantaleos

The Churellas

The Amines

The Michigan Wrestling Recruiting Pipelines: Cresco, IA The Hill School, PA Ann Arbor High School Hazel Park

Keen Coaches Lightweight Football 1947-1948

2016 Final Brackets: Big Ten Big 12 EIWA EWL MAC ACC Southern PAC-12

NCAA Championships Summary for 2016

NCAA Championships Wrestling Preview for 2016

NCAA Wrestling Rankings By Conference for 2016

Bob Spaly: The Michigan Miracle (Update)

A History of Individual and Team Placing at the Big Ten Wrestling Championships:

Year/Wgt. 125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 285 Ave. Team Notes Placers Placers

2017

2016

2015

5

6

5

3

10

7

10

8

9

4

3

4

4

3

5

2

11

6

3

11

7

11

3

1

11

5

5

11

2

3

6.4

6.2

5.2

7

6

4

Maryland, Rutgers added

Churella, J.

Churella, R.

Pantaleo, A.

Grant, C.

Grant, A.

Fisher/Bruno

2014 7 9 4 4 4 7 8 3 9 9 6.4 8 Russell Watts/Huntley
2013 4 7 7 7 9 5 6 7 6 6 6.4 6 Bertin Luke
2012 9 4 1 3 9 7 7 9 8 9 6.6 7 Hrovat Breyer
2011 4 5 1 2 9 5 8 9 9 6 5.8 5 Nebraska added Tannenbaum Roy
2010 9 7 7 9 6 9 4 7 3 6 6.7 10 Weitzel Sulaver
2009 9 8 1 9 5 8 1 5 1 7 5.4 3 Moos Biondo
2008 9 9 1 3 5 1 1 2 9 9 4.9 3 Wagner Marsh
2007 9 9 9 2 8 2 1 3 6 9 5.8 8 Todd Stevens
2006 7 4 4 5 4 1 9 5 4 2 4.5 3 Smith Phillips
2005 9 4 1 1 2 1 6 7 9 3 4 3 Owen Zeerip
2004 6 2 9 1 2 3 7 9 9 4 5.2 4 Forward Coon 
2003 2 9 7 3 3 6 7 9 3 6 5.5 6 Dowd Murphy
2002 4 7 9 3 2 6 1 2 3 4 4.1 3 Kulczycki Grajeles
2001 5 8 8 3 7 5 1 5 4 4 5 4 Lodeserto Boyle
2000 5 3 3 3 9 9 6 3 9 5 5.5 5 Brink Yates
1999 8 2 2 4 9 8 3 7 6 6 5.5 5 Abounader Apland
Ave. 6.53 6.12 4.88 3.88 5.76 5.24 4.88 5.47 6.06 5.76 5.44 5.12 Dutton Logan
Summaries of 2015 Season

Michigan Wrestling Video

2015 NCAA Championships Summary

2015 NCAA Championships Preview

2015 NCAA Brackets

Final 2015 Championship Brackets: Big Ten Big 12 MAC EIWA ACC Southern PAC-12 WWC EWL

Michigan Wrestling Summary at the Big Ten Championships

2015 Big Ten Wrestling Summary

NCAA Conference Qualifier Allocations

Weight Michigan Wrestling Line-Up 2014-2015
125 lbs. Junior All-American Conor Youtsey 27-13, 6th NCAA (Austin Assad, Cory Lester, Mike Volyanyuk) Stevan Micic to sit out 2015-16 under the NCAA transfer rule
133 lbs. Senior All-American Rossi Bruno 23-10, 8th NCAA (Sal Profaci, Ben Lamantia, Trevor Zbedski
141 lbs. George Fisher 24-19 Redshirt Sophomore (Cameron Kennedy, Zac Hall 16-3, Malik Amine 8-7, Zehlin Storr 8-8)
149 lbs. #6 Sophomore Alec Pantaleo 22-9 (Angelo Latora 3-6 and Hunter Scharf)
157 lbs. Junior All-American Brian Murphy, 29-12, 7th NCAA (Aaron Calderon, Cody VanderHagen and Jordan Amine)
165 lbs. Logan Massa-Fr. (Garrett Sutton 17-11, Myles Amine may Redshirt)
174 lbs. #9 Redshirt Freshman Davonte Mahomes 13-3 or #14 Taylor Massa 16-10 (Ernest Battaglia)
184 lbs. #9 Junior Domenic Abounader 22-8 Big Ten Champion (Ben Ralston)
197 lbs. 6th Year Senior All-American Max Huntley 24-10 8th NCAA (Jackson Striggow/Ayoola Olapo 8-6/Ty Wildmo) Richard Sisti is no longer on the team
275 lbs. Junior All-American Adam Coon 32-5 2nd NCAA (Payne Hayden and Kostya Golobokov) Dan Perry in 2016-2017)

Intrasquad Results on November 1

Michigan Wrestling Results

In Pre-Wrestle Off on October 30, Conor Youtsey-125, Austin Assad-125, Brian Murphy-157 and Taylor Massa-174 will wrestle off at a later date due to "nagging" injuries. All-Star Classic participants (Rossi Bruno-133, Max Huntley-197, and Adam Coon-285) will all wrestle off at a later time. At 125, Cory Lester over Mike Volyanyuk, 6-4. At 133, Ben Lamantia over Trevor Zbedski, 17-0. At 141, George Fisher over Cameron Kennedy, 4-0, and Malik Amine over Zehlin Storr, 2-0. . At 141: George Fisher over Zehlin Storr, 10-2, Cameron Kennedy dec. Malik Amine, 7-4; Zac Hall was just cleared for participation in practice so it will be a while before he is conditioned enough to challenge; 157: Aaron Calderon dec. Cody VanderHagen, 9-6; 165: Logan Massa dec. Garrett Sutton, 4-0; 184: Ben Ralston dec. Ernest Battaglia, 6-0; also at 184, Dom Abounader over Ben Ralston, 5-2 197: Jackson Striggow dec. Ty Wildmo, 5-0.

Other NCAA Intrasquad Results

Rankings: AWN Intermat Flowrestling W.I.N.

Big Ten Wrestling Championships 2015 Seedings

NCAA Coaches Panel: January 22

NWCA Annual Report 2014

Comparing Points earned at NCAA Championships and All-Americans since 2008: UM vs. CMU

Year UM Points UM All-Americans CMU Points CMU All-Americans
2008 69 4 69 4
2009 47 3 35 2
2010 7 0 39.5 3
2011 36 1 39 3
2012 39 1 24 1
2013 9 0 30.5 2
2014 25 2 12 1
232 11 249 16

Michigan began its series with Central Michigan in 1984, and has won 22 of 28 matches through 2014. Coach Tom Borrelli is 6-12 against Michigan, and 5-9 against Coach McFarland. The Wolverines and Chippewas are now the top intrastate wrestling rivalry in the State of Michigan. There is expected to be 4,000 fans turning out for this match which will be the largest for wrestling fans in the state for a NCAA match.

3 Keys to Super Self-Discipline

Matmen Behaving Badly

2014-2015 Michigan Recruits

2013-2014 Recruits (Consensus #1 Nationally for New Recruits)

NCAA Wrestling Attendance for 2013-2014

Conference Points-2014 Percent of Points All Americans Percent of All-American NC Conference Champion-2014
Big Ten 586 41.56% 34 42.50% 6 Penn State
Big 12 184.5 13.09% 11 13.75% 2 Oklahoma State
ACC 162 11.49% 9 11.25% 1 Virginia Tech
EIWA 156 11.06% 10 12.50% 0 Cornell
MAC 143.5 10.18% 10 12.50% 1 Missouri
EWL 89 6.31% 3 3.75% 0 Edinboro State
PAC-12 45 3.19% 1 1.25% 0 Oregon State
WWC 26 1.84% 1 1.25% 0 Wyoming
Southern 18 1.28% 1 1.25% 0 Tennessee-Chat.
Totals-8 1410 100.00% 80 100.00% 10

Final NCAA Championship Brackets for 2014

Final 2014 Championship Brackets: Big Ten Big 12 MAC EIWA ACC Southern PAC-12 WWC EWL

Brian Murphy's Long Search

Weight Michigan Wrestling Line-Up 2013-2014
125 lbs. Conor Youtsey-Fr. 20-13 7th Big Ten, Sean Boyle-Sr. 17-5 (Cory Lester-Fr. 3-8)
133 lbs. Rossi Bruno-So. 22-16 (George Fisher-Fr. 9-9 to Redshirt/Zac Hall for 2014-15)
141 lbs. Steve Dutton-Jr. 13-6 4th Big Ten/All-American, 7th NCAA, Angelo Latora-Fr. 4-9, Cameron Kennedy-Fr. 11-7 or Cory VanderHagen-Fr. 11-10 (Zehlin Storr for 2014-15)
149 lbs. Eric Grajeles-Sr. 26-11 4th Big Ten/3rd NCAA All-American (Jordan Amine-Fr. 8-4/Malik Amine for 2014-15/Logan Massa for 2015-16) Tommy Brosnahan-Sr. 7-5
157 lbs. Brian Murphy-Fr. 19-9 4th Big Ten, Jake Salazar-Jr. 2-7 (Aaron Calderon-Fr. 11-7 to Redshirt/Alec Pantaleo for 2014-15)
165 lbs. Dan Yates-Sr. 20-9 7th Big Ten, Conner Brancheau-So. 13-5 (Taylor Massa-So. 18-1 to Redshirt/Garrett Sutton for 2014-15)
174 lbs. Collin Zeerip-So. 18-15 8th Big Ten, Ben Ralston-So. 5-6, Brandon Hill-So. 10-8 or Jordan Thomas-So. 6-2 (Ernest Battaglia-Fr. 5-3 to Redshirt/Davonte Mahomes for 2014-15)
184 lbs. Domenic Abounader-Fr. 16-11 3rd Big Ten (Ayoola Olapo-Fr. 6-6 to redshirt/Miles Trealout 4-10; Max Huntley-Jr.-Captain 4-2 injured and out for the season)
197 lbs. Chris Heald-So. 7-21 (Payne Hayden-Fr. 8-5 to Redshirt)
275 lbs. Adam Coon-Fr. 33-5

Other Sports NCAA Recruiting Guide (Calendar)

NCAA Wrestling Allocations Explained

RPI (February 23, 2014)

Coaches Panel (February 13, 2014)

An Idiot's Guide to College Wrestling Tournament Scoring

Team Coach Pre-Seed #1 Pre-Seed Finalists Actual Finalists Champions
Penn State Sanderson 5 6 5 2
Iowa Brands 1 2 5 1
Minnesota Robinson 0 2 1 1
Nebraska Manning 2 3 3 2
Michigan McFarland 1 1 0 0
Wisconsin Davis 1 2 1 0
Illinois Heffernan 0 1 1 1
Ohio State Ryan 0 2 2 2
Northwestern Pariano 0 0 1 1
Purdue Hinkel 0 0 0 0
Indiana Goldman 0 1 1 0
MSU Minkel 0 0 0 0

Michigan slumps to 8th place at Big Ten's as #1 Coon hopes to win wild card as #9 at Heavyweight

Seeds for Big Ten Championships 2014

College Wrestling Writers say Wrestling is more boring due to less scoring

NCAA Chooses 30 Sites for Wrestling Championship Events, 2016-2018: NONE in MICHIGAN

The NCAA on December 11, 2013 announced 523 sites have been awarded as hosts for 82 of its 89 championships for the 2014-18 seasons, making it the largest collection of host site announcements in association history. The original pool of bids included 1,984 submissions. The selected cities represent 39 states across the United States. Florida led the way as the state with the most championship site selections with 42 sites, while the state of Pennsylvania had 34 selections and Texas finished with 30. California and North Carolina rounded out the top five with 29 each. Michigan got the 2015 Field Hockey Championship on November 20-22 at Ocker Field.

#1 Ranked Adam Coon The Sky is the Limit (Interview) Coon Rises Fast

Top Frosh in NCAA Wrestling for 2014 Season (Immediate Impact)

Frosh Record Team Wgt. Ranking Notes
Cox, J'Den 38-2 Missouri 197 1 MAC Champion-OW/NCAA Champion
Tsirtsis, Jason 32-3 Northwestern 149 2 Big Ten Champion/NCAA Champion
Dean, Gabe 40-3 Cornell 184 3 EIWA Champion/3rd NCAA
Retherford, Zane 33-3 Penn State 141 4 Big Ten Runner-Up/5th NCAA
Peters, Dylan 34-7 No.Iowa 125 5 MAC Champion/6th NCAA
Jordan, Isaac 31-7 Wisconsin 157 6 3rd Big Ten/7th NCAA
Minotti, Mitch 25-11 Lehigh 149 7 EIWA Runner-Up/Midlands Champion/4th NCAA
Realbuto, Brian 36-10 Cornell 157 8 4th EIWA/6th NCAA
Dance, Joey 29-10 Virginia Tech 125 9 3rd ACC/4th NCAA
Dechow, Jack 21W-6L Old Dominion 184 10 MAC Champion/4th NCAA
Clark, Cory 22-4 Iowa 125 11 4th Big Ten/5th NCAA
Gilman, Thomas 16-2 Iowa 125 11 Clark
Coon, Adam 32-5 Michigan 275 12 Midlands Champion
Collica, Anthony 31-9 Oklahoma State 141 13 Big 12 Champion
Richards, Zane 27-9 Illinois 133 14 5th Big Ten
Moore, Cooper 27-8 No.Iowa 165 15 MAC Champion
Wilson, Jim 35-8 Stanford 165 16 PAC-12 Champion
Taylor, Bradley 19W-6L Wisconsin 125 17 3rd Big Ten
Palacio, Dylan 32-9 Cornell 165 18 EIWA Runner-Up
Grey, Mark 33-9 Cornell 133 19 3rd EIWA
Brooks, Sammy 16-6 Iowa 184 20 Lofthouse
Abounader, Domenic 16W-11L Michigan 184 21 3rd Big Ten
Lambert, Tim 24-13 Nebraska 125 22 5th Big Ten
Gustafson, Dennis 25-15 Virginia Tech 133 23 ACC Champion
Renda, Pete 27W-11L North Carolina St. 174 24 3rd ACC
LaVallee, Joey 30W-10L Missouri 157 25 3rd MAC
Murphy, Brian 18W-7L Michigan 157 26 4th Big Ten
Cottrell, Dylan 26-3 Appalachian St. 149 27 Southern Champion
Riddick, Elliot 25-12 Lehigh 174 28 3rd EIWA
Roberts, Nick 28-16 Ohio State 125 29 6th Big Ten
Dudley, T.J. 26-8 Nebraska 184 30
Racciato, Mikey 22W-15L Pittsburgh 149 31 ACC Runner-UP
Bright, Edgar 19-11 Pittsburgh 141 32 ACC Runner-UP
Dhesi, Amarveer 28-9 Oregon State 275 33 PAC-12 Runner-Up
Youtsey, Conor 20-13 Michigan 125 34 7th Big Ten
Hudson, Jamel 16-5 Hofstra 133 35
Keener, Corey 19-14 Central Michigan 125 36 4th MAC
Brunson, Zac 24-14 Illinois 157 37 7th Big Ten
Stroh, Ben 28W-8L Wyoming 184 38 WWC Champion
Guilbon, Jimmy 18-15 Penn State 133 39 7th Big Ten
Beitz, Zach 11W-8L Penn State 149 40 James English
Walker, Tyler 9W-1L Campbell 125 41 Southern Runner-Up
Walz, Ty 27-14 Virginia Tech 275 42 3rd ACC
Peck, Dawson 20W-7L Chattanooga 275 43 4th Southern
Larson, Ross 23-12 Oklahoma 275 44 4th Big 12
Schneider, Max n/a Cal Poly 157 45 Injured
Devoy, Kevin 19-10 Drexel 133 46 EIWA Runner-Up
Reyes, Nikko 20W-14L Illinois 184 47 6th Big Ten