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Four Time NCAA Finalists?

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How many have there been? The number would be somewhat small due to the original 3 year rule I would think.

 

Pat Smith Okie State 1,1,1,1

Cael Sanderson ISU 1,1,1,1

Kyle Dake Cornell 1,1,1,1

Ed Banach Iowa 1,1,2,1

Lincoln Mcillravy Iowa 1,1,2,1

Duane Goldman Iowa 2,2,2,1

Lee Kemp Wisconsin (He was 2,1,1,1 right?)

Darryl Burley Lehigh 1,2,2,1

Mark Branch Okie State 1,2,2,1

Steve Mocco Okie State 2,1,1,2

Ben Askren Missouri 2,2,1,1

Jake Varner ISU 2,2,1,1

Who else?

 

On a side note, sorry for all the question related topics.

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FOUR-TIME FINALISTS (14)

Hutton, Dick (OKST, 47-50) - 1-1-2-1

Milkovich, Pat (MSU, 72-76) - 1-1-2-2

Kemp, Lee (WIS, 75-78) - 2-1-1-1

Burley, Darryl (LEH, 79-83) - 1-2-2-1

Banach, Ed (IOWA, 80-83) - 1-1-2-1

Goldman, Duane (IOWA, 83-86) - 2-2-2-1

Smith, Pat (OKST, 90-94) - 1-1-1-1

McIlravy, Lincoln (IOWA, 93-97) - 1-1-2-1

Branch, Mark (OKST, 94-97) - 1-2-2-1

Sanderson, Cael (ISU, 99-02) - 1-1-1-1

Mocco, Steve (IOWA/OKST, 02-06) - 2-1-1-2

Askren, Ben (MIZ, 04-07) - 2-2-1-1

Varner, Jake (ISU, 07-10) - 2-2-1-1

Dake, Kyle (CORN, 10-13) - 1-1-1-1

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FOUR-TIME FINALISTS (14)

Hutton, Dick (OKST, 47-50) - 1-1-2-1

Milkovich, Pat (MSU, 72-76) - 1-1-2-2

Kemp, Lee (WIS, 75-78) - 2-1-1-1

Burley, Darryl (LEH, 79-83) - 1-2-2-1

Banach, Ed (IOWA, 80-83) - 1-1-2-1

Goldman, Duane (IOWA, 83-86) - 2-2-2-1

Smith, Pat (OKST, 90-94) - 1-1-1-1

McIlravy, Lincoln (IOWA, 93-97) - 1-1-2-1

Branch, Mark (OKST, 94-97) - 1-2-2-1

Sanderson, Cael (ISU, 99-02) - 1-1-1-1

Mocco, Steve (IOWA/OKST, 02-06) - 2-1-1-2

Askren, Ben (MIZ, 04-07) - 2-2-1-1

Varner, Jake (ISU, 07-10) - 2-2-1-1

Dake, Kyle (CORN, 10-13) - 1-1-1-1

 

Interesting:

 

Only Sanderson and Varner and Banach(84*) are Olympic Champs off that impressive list. Would have never answered that on a trivia question.

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