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Top NCAA Wrestlers of the 2000s

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A three-time NCAA champion and two two-time champions and four-time finalists lead the list of the best college wrestlers of the 2000s.

Check out the top wrestlers from 2000 to 2009 by NCAA medals!

Here are the top ten!

Rank - Name - Score - Medals

#1 - Jake Rosholt - Oklahoma State - 58 - 1,3,1,1
#2 - Ben Askren - Missouri - 56 - 2,2,1,1
#2 - Steve Mocco - Iowa Oklahoma State - 56 - 2,1,1,2
#4 - Jake Herbert - Northwestern - 54 - 3,2,1,1
#4 - Johnny Thompson - Oklahoma State - 54 - 2,1,1,3
#4 - Mark Perry Jr. - Iowa - 54 - 2,3,1,1
#7 - Cole Konrad - Minnesota - 53 - 4,2,1,1
#8 - Johny Hendricks - Oklahoma State - 51 - 5,1,1,2
#9 - Teyon Ware - Oklahoma - 50 - 1,6,1,2
#9 - Tommy Rowlands - Ohio State - 50 - 2,1,6,1

There are 225 wrestlers from the 2000s who made the list!

http://www.jerseywrestling.com/top_wrestlers_by_ncaa_medals.php?end_year=2009&start_year=2000

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5 minutes ago, jerseywrestling said:

Top NCAA Wrestlers of the 2000s

AP_060318032467

http://www.jerseywrestling.com/news.php?story=Top NCAA Wrestlers of the 2000s

A three-time NCAA champion and two two-time champions and four-time finalists lead the list of the best college wrestlers of the 2000s.

Check out the top wrestlers from 2000 to 2009 by NCAA medals!

Here are the top ten!

Rank - Name - Score - Medals

#1 - Jake Rosholt - Oklahoma State - 58 - 1,3,1,1
#2 - Ben Askren - Missouri - 56 - 2,2,1,1
#2 - Steve Mocco - Iowa Oklahoma State - 56 - 2,1,1,2
#4 - Jake Herbert - Northwestern - 54 - 3,2,1,1
#4 - Johnny Thompson - Oklahoma State - 54 - 2,1,1,3
#4 - Mark Perry Jr. - Iowa - 54 - 2,3,1,1
#7 - Cole Konrad - Minnesota - 53 - 4,2,1,1
#8 - Johny Hendricks - Oklahoma State - 51 - 5,1,1,2
#9 - Teyon Ware - Oklahoma - 50 - 1,6,1,2
#9 - Tommy Rowlands - Ohio State - 50 - 2,1,6,1

There were 225 wrestlers from the 2000s who made it to at least one NCAA final!

http://www.jerseywrestling.com/top_wrestlers_by_ncaa_medals.php?end_year=2009&start_year=2000

Check out the full story from the photo!

https://www.kansascity.com/sports/college/sec/university-of-missouri/i2323v/picture185893238/alternates/FREE_1140/AP_060318032467

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That’s a good group, but man does it pale in comparison to the best of the 2010s.

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14 minutes ago, jerseywrestling said:

Top NCAA Wrestlers of the 2000s

AP_060318032467

http://www.jerseywrestling.com/news.php?story=Top NCAA Wrestlers of the 2000s

A three-time NCAA champion and two two-time champions and four-time finalists lead the list of the best college wrestlers of the 2000s.

Check out the top wrestlers from 2000 to 2009 by NCAA medals!

Here are the top ten!

Rank - Name - Score - Medals

#1 - Jake Rosholt - Oklahoma State - 58 - 1,3,1,1
#2 - Ben Askren - Missouri - 56 - 2,2,1,1
#2 - Steve Mocco - Iowa Oklahoma State - 56 - 2,1,1,2
#4 - Jake Herbert - Northwestern - 54 - 3,2,1,1
#4 - Johnny Thompson - Oklahoma State - 54 - 2,1,1,3
#4 - Mark Perry Jr. - Iowa - 54 - 2,3,1,1
#7 - Cole Konrad - Minnesota - 53 - 4,2,1,1
#8 - Johny Hendricks - Oklahoma State - 51 - 5,1,1,2
#9 - Teyon Ware - Oklahoma - 50 - 1,6,1,2
#9 - Tommy Rowlands - Ohio State - 50 - 2,1,6,1

There were 225 wrestlers from the 2000s who made it to at least one NCAA final!

http://www.jerseywrestling.com/top_wrestlers_by_ncaa_medals.php?end_year=2009&start_year=2000

Check out the full story from the photo!

https://www.kansascity.com/sports/college/sec/university-of-missouri/i2323v/picture185893238/alternates/FREE_1140/AP_060318032467

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Basic Math 101. There are 20 wrestlers in the finals each year times 10 years means there are only 200 total finalists in any 10 year period so how can 225 different wrestlers make it to the finals in the 2000s? 

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2 hours ago, novalion said:

Basic Math 101. There are 20 wrestlers in the finals each year times 10 years means there are only 200 total finalists in any 10 year period so how can 225 different wrestlers make it to the finals in the 2000s? 

I realize he commented himself but it is possible for more than 200 wrestlers from the 2000s to have made the finals. It doesn't say that they made the finals in the 2000s. Sanderson wrestled in the 2000s but also made the finals in the 1990s. So someone that wrestled at some point in the 2000s without making the finals then but made it in say 2011 would add to the 200.

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1 hour ago, gimpeltf said:

I realize he commented himself but it is possible for more than 200 wrestlers from the 2000s to have made the finals. It doesn't say that they made the finals in the 2000s. Sanderson wrestled in the 2000s but also made the finals in the 1990s. So someone that wrestled at some point in the 2000s without making the finals then but made it in say 2011 would add to the 200.

Still wouldn’t be anywhere near 225.

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19 minutes ago, Mokoma said:

Still wouldn’t be anywhere near 225.

I'm not going to suggest that I know what he had in mind when he posted but remember anyone that made the finals in 2010 that wasn't a freshman fits the bill. Anyone in 2011 not a fr or soph...etc. 

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2 hours ago, gimpeltf said:

I realize he commented himself but it is possible for more than 200 wrestlers from the 2000s to have made the finals. It doesn't say that they made the finals in the 2000s. Sanderson wrestled in the 2000s but also made the finals in the 1990s. So someone that wrestled at some point in the 2000s without making the finals then but made it in say 2011 would add to the 200.

That does not change anything. There were still ONLY 200 wrestlers that made the finals in the 2000s. The fact that some of them also made the finals in the 1990s or 2010s does not change that fact.  

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Anyone scoring at least 12 points were included.

PLACEMENT POINTS

1st place - 16 points
2nd place - 12 points
3rd place - 10 points
4th place - 9 points
5th place - 7 points
6th place - 6 points
7th place - 4 points
8th place - 3 points

Have fun with the combinations which might be Basic Math 102.

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34 minutes ago, novalion said:

That does not change anything. There were still ONLY 200 wrestlers that made the finals in the 2000s. The fact that some of them also made the finals in the 1990s or 2010s does not change that fact.  

Again, it doesn't say only those that made the finals in the 2000s. It says those that made the finals that wrestled in the 2000s.

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