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    Mt Rushmore for your state

    Greg Gibson? Olympic Silver in Greco, 3x World Medalist in Freestyle.
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    Mt Rushmore for your state

    Stevan Micic?
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    Top Freshman 2019/2020

    Can Hidlay still make 174? He's representing the Junior WT at 86kg (189/190), and looks pretty good at the weight.
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    Question on Junior World Team

    He is not eligible. 1. He did not place at Jr. Worlds last year. 2. The caveat about being on the senior team is contingent on the fact that you have to place Top 3 at the U.S. Open (2018 Junior FS World Team Member places in the top 3 at the 2019 U.S. Senior Freestyle Open and then competes in the 2019 U.S. Senior Freestyle World Team Trials Challenge Tournament or the 2019 U.S. Senior Freestyle Final X series) . Gable did not compete at the Open, he opted out since he was qualified for the WTT.
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    Alphabet Championships - D1 level

    Dake (4), Dean (2), Diakomihalis (2); can't figure out #4... Will be intriguing if M. Dean and Darmstadt each win titles!
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    Freestyle Results by College

    Thanks! As I mentioned, I didn't include medalists from other countries; however, I agree they should be included.
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    Teemer Not going 65 k

    Teemer wrestled 70kg at the Open. I imagine he's too big for 65kg.
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    Freestyle Results by College

    Thanks! Thought I had.
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    Freestyle Results by College

    Thanks! I did mention that the results I listed were 1969-present; however, they are important figures to include.
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    Cassar granted 2 more years!

    Thanks! Forgot he took an OTC year; however, still 7 years out of high school.
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    Freestyle Results by College

    Thanks! I was focusing on US results, but we can also include other countries Clarion Bekzod Abdurakhmonov - Bronze 2014, Bronze 2018
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    Cassar granted 2 more years!

    Slightly different story: As a Redshirt Junior, Grant Leeth was given 2 years to compete (IR) past his 5th year. This would make him a 7th year. Willie Miklus was also a 7th year student this year.
  13. Decided to do a little research based on a previous thread. The list includes the wrestlers by school and year they earned a medal - names in bold indicate an Olympic year. Some names will be duplicates due to the fact that they competed for multiple schools (i.e. Kevin Jackson, although LSU probably doesn't deserve to be mentioned). The number in () next to the school indicates the amount of individuals that earned medals. The earliest year included is 1969. Arizona State (3) 1. Saunders Silver 1996 2. Jones Bronze 1995 3. Jones Silver 1992 4. Jones Gold 1991 5. Rosado Bronze 1981 Clarion (1) 1. Angle Gold 1996 2. Angle Gold 1995 Clemson (1) 1. Henson Bronze 2006 2. Henson Silver 2000 3. Henson Gold 1998 Cornell (1) 1. Kyle Dake 2018 Gold CSU Bakersfield (3) 1. Neal 1999 2. Saunders Silver 1996 3. Gonzales Bronze 1982 Fresno State (1) 1. Abas Silver 2004 Indiana State (1) 1. Baumgartner Bronze 1996 2. Baumgartner Gold 1995 3. Baumgartner Silver 1994 4. Baumgartner Gold 1993 5. Baumgartner Gold 1992 6. Baumgartner Silver 1990 7. Baumgartner Silver 1989 8. Baumgartner Silver 1988 9. Baumgartner Bronze 1987 10. Baumgartner Gold 1986 11. Baumgartner Bronze 1985 12. Baumgartner Gold 1984 13. Baumgartner Bronze 1983 Iowa (14) 1. Gilman Silver 2017 2. M. Zadick Silver 2006 3. B. Zadick Gold 2006 4. Williams Bronze 2005 5. Williams Bronze 2001 6. McIlravy Bronze 2000 7. Terry Brands Bronze 2000 8. McIlravy Silver 1999 9. McIlravy Bronze 1998 10. Tom Brands Gold 1996 11. Terry Brands Gold 1995 12. Tom Brands Gold 1993 13. Terry Brands Gold 1995 14. Campbell Bronze 1992 15. Penrith Silver 1991 16. Alger Silver 1990 17. Campbell Silver 1990 18. Davis Silver 1987 19. Davis Silver 1986 20. Davis Silver 1984 21. Lewis Gold 1984 22. E. Banach Gold 1984 23. L. Banach Gold 1984 24. Campbell Gold 1981 Iowa State (8) 1. Varner Gold 2012 2. Varner Bronze 2011 3. Sanderson Gold 2004 4. Sanderson Silver 2003 5. Jackson Gold 1995 6. Jackson gold 1992 7. Jackson Gold 1991 8. Carr bronze 1988 9. Darkus Silver 1985 10. B. Peterson Silver 1976 11. B. Peterson Bronze 1973 12. B. Peterson Gold 1972 13. Gable Gold 1972 14. Taylor Bronze 1972 15. Gable Gold 1971 Lehigh (1) 1. Weaver Gold 1984 2. Weaver Silver 1979 Lock Haven (1) 1. Kolat Bronze 1998 2. Kolat Silver 1997 LSU (1) 1. Jackson Gold 1995 2. Jackson Gold 1992 3. Jackson Gold 1991 Michigan State (1) 1. Behm Silver 1971 2. Behm Silver 1969 Michigan (2) 1. Trost Bronze 1990 2. McFarland Silver 1986 Minnesota (1) 1. Eggum Silver 2001 Missouri (1) 1. J’den Cox Gold 2018 2. Cox Bronze 2017 3. Cox Bronze 2016 1. Henson Bronze 2006 2. Henson Silver 2000 3. Henson Gold 1998 Navy (1) 1. Keaser Silver 1976 2. Keaser Gold 1973 NC State (1) 1. Nick Gwiazdowski Bronze 2018 2. Nick Gwiazdowski Bronze 2017 Nebraska (5) 1. Jordan Burroughs Bronze 2018 2. Green Silver 2017 3. Burroughs Gold 2017 4. Green Bronze 2015 5. Burroughs Gold 2015 6. Burroughs Bronze 2014 7. Burroughs Gold 2013 8. Burroughs Gold 2012 9. Burroughs Gold 2011 10. Thompson Bronze 2005 11. J. Scherr Silver 1989 12. B. Scherr Silver 1989 13. B. Scherr Bronze 1988 14. J. Scherr Silver 1987 15. B. Scherr Bronze 1987 16. J. Scherr Bronze 1986 17. B. Scherr Silver 1986 18. B. Scherr Gold 1985 Nebraska-Kearny (D2) (1) 1. Dlagnev Bronze 2014 2. Dlagnev Bronze 2009 Northern Iowa (1) 1. Joe Colon Bronze 2018 Northwestern (1) 1. Herbert Silver 2009 Ohio State (4) 1. Kyle Snyder Silver 2018 2. Snyder Gold 2017 3. Snyder Gold 2016 4. Stieber Gold 2016 5. Snyder Gold 2015 6. Coleman Silver 1991 7. Humphrey Silver 1977 Oklahoma (5) 1. Douglas Bronze 1995 2. Douglas Bronze 1994 3. Douglas Gold 1993 4. Schultz Silver 1993 5. Douglas Silver 1989 6. Metzger Bronze 1987 7. Schultz Silver 1987 8. M. Schultz gold 1987 9. Metzger Silver 1986 10. Schultz Bronze 1986 11. Schultz Silver 1985 12. M. Schultz gold 1985 13. Schultz Gold 1984 14. M. Schultz Gold 1984 15. Schultz Gold 1983 16. Schultz Bronze 1982 17. Metzger Bronze 1979 18. Wells Gold 1972 19. Wells Gold 1970 20. Wells Silver 1969 Oklahoma State (11) 1. Coleman Scott Bronze 2012 2. Cormier Bronze 2007 3. Kelly Silver 2004 4. Cross Gold 1996 5. Smith Gold 1992 6. Monday Silver 1992 7. Smith Gold 1991 8. Monday Silver 1991 9. Smith Gold 1990 10. Smith Gold 1989 11. Monday Gold 1989 12. Smith Gold 1988 13. Monday Gold 1988 14. Smith Gold 1987 15. L. Smith Silver 1983 16. Davis Bronze 1976 17. Douglas Bronze 1971 18. Harlow Silver 1970 19. Fozzard Gold 1969 Oregon (1) 1. Gibson Silver 1983 2. Gibson Bronze 1982 3. Gibson Silver 1981 Oregon State (2) 1. Gutches Bronze 1999 2. Gutches Gold 1997 3. Schenk Beonze 1969 Pennsylvania (1) 1. Slay Gold 2000 Penn State (3) 1. David Taylor Gold 2018 2. McCoy Silver 2003 3. Kolat Bronze 1998 4. Kolat Silver 1997 Portland State (1) 1. Sanders Silver 1972 2. Sanders Gold 1969 Purdue (1) 1. Corso Bronze 1979 SIUE (1) 1. Kristoff Silver 1970 2. Kristoff Silver 1969 Slippery Rock (1) 1. Dziedzic Gold 1977 2. Dziedzic Bronze 1976 Wisconsin (6) 1. Pritzlaff Bronze 2006 2. Rein Silver 1984 3. Kemp Gold 1982 4. Kemp Bronze 1981 5. Kemp Gold 1979 6. Hellickson Silver 1979 7. Haines Silver 1979 8. Kemp Gold 1978 9. Reinwand Bronze 1977 10. Hellickson Silver 1976 11. Hellickson Bronze 1971 Wisconsin-Stout (1) 1. J. Peterson Silver 1979 2. J. Peterson Bronze 1978 3. J. Peterson Gold 1976 4. J. Peterson Silver 1972 N/A (2) 1. Cejudo Gold 2008 2. Michael Young Bronze 1971 *slightly updated
  14. Final X is meant for a 10-weight platform; the Olympic trials consists of 6 weights. If the 10-weight tournament returns for 2021, then I believe we might see Final X again.
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    Helen Maroulis

    I can acknowledge your reasoning; yet, it is hard to overlook the fact that she outscored here opponents 52-0 in 2017. The Helen we've seen in the last 18 months is not the same Helen. She has obviously been affected by the injuries/concussions; the question is how much? Regardless, she has done so much for the sport, especially in the US.
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