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The total number of NCAA titles in each weight class is impressive but also varies considerably. Taking into consideration IMar’s dropping out, here are the totals so far as I can tell. Many of the weights would most likely have had a few more champs and titles had 2020 not been cancelled but we will never know for sure. 
 

57kg — three NCAA titles total and the highest seed with a title is fourth seed Seth Gross (a beacon of hope for the no title post collegiate folk). Of course if Lee competed the number of title would double to six. Three individual champs (. This weight is interesting because the top three seeds did not win an NCAA title. No Hodge trophies. One senior world medal, Gilman took silver in 2017.

65kg — eleven titles, Zain (3), Yianni (2), JO (2), and one apiece for Lee, Tank, Anshault and Garret. Seven champs. One Hodge trophy. No senior world medals.

74kg — twelve NCAA titles, notable it would have been fourteen if IMAR hadn’t dropped out. Also notable is that the seventh seed is two-time champ and three-time finalist Joseph. Five champs. One four time champ, one three timer and two two timers. Throw in two world champions (seven individual titles) and two two Hodge trophies and this is easily the most decorated weight class at the trials. 

86kg — twelve NCAA titles, notable is that the 11 and 12 seeds are both ncaa champs. Seven champs. One three time NCAA champ, three two timers. A world gold medalist and three hodge trophies (Taylor 2x and Nickal).

96kg — eight NCAA titles concentrated in four people. Two three time champs. Two world gold medalists. Five world titles (Snyder 3x and Cox 2x). No Hodge trophies.

125kg — five NCAA titles in three champs. One Hodge trophy. No world Champs. Highest senior world medal achieved is Gwiz’ bronzes, the last of which was 2018.

Make of it what you will. 

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Nice job with this.   Here is some more grepped information with world level context.  Help fill it in... correct it... would be good to see this more other weights...

57 KG

  • 0 NCAA | Thomas Gilman | Cadet World Team | Junior World Bronze | Senior World Silver
  • 0 NCAA | Daton Fix | Youth Olympic Silver | Cadet World Bronze | Junior World Gold | U23 World Team | Senior World Team
  • 0 NCAA | Vitali Arujau | Cadet World Silver | Junior World Silver | U23 World Team (did not compete) 
  • 1 NCAA | Seth Gross | Cadet World Team | Junior World Team 
  • 1 NCAA | Nick Suriano
  • 0 NCAA | Joe Colon | 1 NJCAA Champ | Senior World Bronze
  • 1 NCAA | Nathan Tomasello 
  • 0 NCAA | Sean Russell
  • 0 NCAA | Zane Richards | Cadet World Team | University World Team
  • 0 NCAA | Zach Sanders | Junior World Team | University World Silver
Edited by jross

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2 hours ago, jross said:

Nice job with this.   Here is some more grepped information with world level context.  Help fill it in... correct it... would be good to see this more other weights...

  • 0 NCAA | Thomas Gilman | Cadet World Team | Junior World Bronze | Senior World Silver
  • 0 NCAA | Daton Fix | Youth Olympic Silver | Cadet World Bronze | Junior World Champ | U23 World Team | Senior World Team
  • 0 NCAA | Vitali Arujau | Cadet World Silver | Junior World Silver | U23 World Team (did not compete) 
  • 1 NCAA | Seth Gross | Cadet World Team | Junior World Team 
  • 1 NCAA | Nick Suriano
  • 0 NCAA | Joe Colon | 1 NJCAA Champ | Senior World Bronze
  • 1 NCAA | Nathan Tomasello 
  • 0 NCAA | Sean Russell
  • 0 NCAA | Zane Richards | Cadet World Team | University World Team
  • 0 NCAA | Zach Sanders | Junior World Team | University World Silver

Thanks ! Good addition to the information. Very unix presentation :)

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6 hours ago, BigTimeFan said:

The total number of NCAA titles in each weight class is impressive but also varies considerably. Taking into consideration IMar’s dropping out, here are the totals so far as I can tell. Many of the weights would most likely have had a few more champs and titles had 2020 not been cancelled but we will never know for sure. 
 

57kg — three NCAA titles total and the highest seed with a title is fourth seed Seth Gross (a beacon of hope for the no title post collegiate folk). Of course if Lee competed the number of title would double to six. Three individual champs (. This weight is interesting because the top three seeds did not win an NCAA title. No Hodge trophies. One senior world medal, Gilman took silver in 2017.

65kg — eleven titles, Zain (3), Yianni (2), JO (2), and one apiece for Lee, Tank, Anshault and Garret. Seven champs. One Hodge trophy. No senior world medals.

74kg — twelve NCAA titles, notable it would have been fourteen if IMAR hadn’t dropped out. Also notable is that the seventh seed is two-time champ and three-time finalist Joseph. Five champs. One four time champ, one three timer and two two timers. Throw in two world champions (seven individual titles) and two two Hodge trophies and this is easily the most decorated weight class at the trials. 

86kg — twelve NCAA titles, notable is that the 11 and 12 seeds are both ncaa champs. Seven champs. One three time NCAA champ, three two timers. A world gold medalist and three hodge trophies (Taylor 2x and Nickal).

96kg — eight NCAA titles concentrated in four people. Two three time champs. Two world gold medalists. Five world titles (Snyder 3x and Cox 2x). No Hodge trophies.

125kg — five NCAA titles in three champs. One Hodge trophy. No world Champs. Highest senior world medal achieved is Gwiz’ bronzes, the last of which was 2018.

Make of it what you will. 

Thanks for your analysis.

Small correction.  97kg has nine NCAA titles between five people.  Snyder (3x), Cox (3x), Macchiavello (1x), Gadson (1x), and Ford Focus (1x)

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65KG

  • 3 NCAA | Zain Retherford | Cadet World Gold | Senior World Team
  • 2 NCAA | Yianni Diakomihalis | Cadet World Gold | Undefeated at International Senior Tournaments
  • 2 NCAA | Jordan Oliver | Junior World Bronze
  • 0 NCAA | James Green | Senior World Bronze, Senior World Silver
  • 0 NCAA | Joey McKenna | Cadet World Team | Junior World Silver | U23 World Bronze
  • 1 NCAA | Nick Lee  
  • 1 NCAA | Frank Molinaro | Senior World Team | Senior Olympic 5th
  • 1 NCAA | Anthony Ashnault | University World Team
  • 1 NCAA | Nahshon Garrett | Senior World Team | Started wrestling at 13 years of age
  • 0 NCAA | Evan Henderson | University World Team
  • 0 NCAA | Mitch McKee | Junior World Silver
Edited by jross

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86 kg

  • 2 NCAA | David Taylor | Junior World Team | University Bronze | Senior World Gold
  • 2 NCAA | Zahid Valencia | Junior World Silver
  • 0 NCAA | Pat Downey | NJCAA Champ | Junior World Silver | Senior World Team
  • 1 NCAA | Myles Martin | U23 World Team
  • 2 NCAA | Gabe Dean | Junior World Bronze
  • 3 NCAA | Bo Nickal | Cadet World Team | U23 World Gold
  • 0 NCAA | Nate Jackson 
  • 0 NCAA | Sam Brooks | Cadet World Bronze | Junior World Team | U23 World Team
  • 0 NCAA | Brett Pfarr 
  • 1 NCAA | Aaron Brooks | Cadet World Gold | Junior World Silver 
  • 1 NCAA | Carter Starocci
Edited by jross

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2 hours ago, jross said:

65KG

  • 3 NCAA | Zain Retherford | Cadet World Gold | Senior World Team
  • 2 NCAA | Yianni Diakomihalis | Cadet World Gold | Undefeated at International Senior Tournaments
  • 2 NCAA | Jordan Oliver | Junior World Bronze
  • 0 NCAA | James Green | Senior World Bronze, Senior World Silver
  • 0 NCAA | Joey McKenna | Cadet World Team | Junior World Silver | U23 World Bronze
  • 1 NCAA | Nick Lee  
  • 1 NCAA | Frank Molinaro | Senior World Team | Senior Olympic 5th
  • 1 NCAA | Anthony Ashnault | University World Team
  • 1 NCAA | Nahshon Garrett | Senior World Team | Started wrestling at 13 years of age
  • 0 NCAA | Evan Henderson | University World Team
  • 0 NCAA | Mitch McKee | Junior World Silver

Not that it matters, but Yianni is undefeated at all International Tournaments (six, IIRC).  Plus two Cadet World Golds.

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97 kg

  • 3 NCAA | Kyle Snyder | Junior World Gold | Senior World Gold | Senior Olympic Gold
  • 3 NCAA | J’den Cox | Senior World Gold | Senior Olympic Bronze
  • 0 NCAA | Kollin Moore | Junior World Bronze | U23 World Silver
  • 0 NCAA | Hayden Zillmer
  • 1 NCAA | Mike Macchiavello
  • 1 NCAA | Kyven Gadson
  • 0 NCAA | Ty Walz | U23 World Bronze
  • 1 NCAA | AJ Ferrari | Cadet World Bronze
  • 0 NCAA | Ben Honis
  • 0 NCAA | Braxton Amos

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125 kg

  • 2 NCAA | Nick Gwiazdowski | Senior World Bronze
  • 1 NCAA | Gable Steveson | Cadet World Gold | Junior World Gold
  • 0 NCAA | Mason Parris | Junior World Gold
  • 0 NCAA | Dom Bradley | Junior World Gold
  • 2 NCAA | Anthony Nelson | University World Team
  • 0 NCAA | Daniel Kerkvliet | Cadet World Gold, Cadet World Silver | U23 World Team
  • 0 NCAA | Tanner Hall | Cadet World Team | Junior World Team
  • 0 NCAA | Garrett Ryan
  • 0 NCAA | Jordan Wood | Cadet World Silver | Junior World Team
Edited by jross
Updates from Fishbane input

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74 kg

  • 2 NCAA | Jordan Burroughs | Junior World Team | Senior World Gold | Senior Olympic Gold
  • 4 NCAA | Kyle Dake | Junior World Team | Senior World Gold
  • 3 NCAA | Jason Nolf
  • 0 NCAA | Chance Marsteller | Cadet World Team
  • 0 NCAA | Thomas Gantt
  • 0 NCAA | Logan Massa
  • 1 NCAA | David Carr | Cadet World Bronze | Junior World Gold
  • 0 NCAA | Evan Wick | U23 World Team (cancelled)
  • 2 NCAA | Vincenzo Joseph
Edited by jross
add cadet world team to Chance per Fishbane

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4 hours ago, Ogalthorpe Haywood said:

Didn’t Zain have 2 Hodges?

 Yup. Went back to back in '17 and '18.

 

I personally thought Zain had a solid case over Dieringer in '16 too. However, Dieringer didn't need OT to win any of his matches throughout the season, and he just picked up his 3rd title. 

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4 hours ago, Ogalthorpe Haywood said:

Didn’t Zain have 2 Hodges?

Zain does have 2....

2021

Spencer Lee & Gable Steveson

125, 285

Senior, Junior

Iowa, Minnesota

2020 Spencer Lee 125 Junior Iowa
2019 Bo Nickal 197 Senior Penn State
2018 Zain Retherford 149 Senior Penn State
2017 Zain Retherford 149 Junior Penn State
2016 Alex Dieringer 165 Senior Oklahoma State
2015 Logan Stieber 141 Senior Ohio State
2014 David Taylor 165 Senior Penn State
2013 Kyle Dake 165 Senior Cornell 
2012 David Taylor 165 Sophomore Penn State
2011 Jordan Burroughs 165 Senior Nebraska
2010 Jayson Ness 133 Senior Minnesota
2009 Jake Herbert 184 Senior Northwestern
2008 Brent Metcalf 149 Sophomore Iowa
2007 Ben Askren 174 Senior Missouri
2006 Ben Askren 174 Junior Missouri
2005 Steve Mocco 285 Junior Oklahoma State
2004 Emmett Willson 197 Senior Mont. State-Northern
2003 Eric Larkin 149 Senior Arizona State
2002 Cael Sanderson 197 Senior Iowa State
2001 Cael Sanderson & Nick Ackerman 184, 174 Junior, Senior Iowa State, Simpson College
2000 Cael Sanderson 184 Sophomore Iowa State
1999 Stephen Neal 285 Senior CSU Bakersfield
1998 Mark Ironside 134 Senior Iowa
1997 Kerry McCoy 285 Senior Penn State
1996 Les Gutches 177 Senior Oregon State
1995 T.J. Jaworsky 134 Senior North Carolina

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5 hours ago, jross said:

74 kg

  • 2 NCAA | Jordan Burroughs | Junior World Team | Senior World Gold | Senior Olympic Gold
  • 4 NCAA | Kyle Dake | Junior World Team | Senior World Gold
  • 3 NCAA | Jason Nolf
  • 0 NCAA | Chance Marsteller 
  • 0 NCAA | Thomas Gantt
  • 0 NCAA | Logan Massa
  • 1 NCAA | David Carr | Cadet World Bronze | Junior World Gold
  • 0 NCAA | Evan Wick | U23 World Team (cancelled)
  • 2 NCAA | Vincenzo Joseph

Marsteller was on the cadet world team in 2012.  He finished 5th in a bracket won by Sadulaev.

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6 hours ago, jross said:

125 kg

  • 2 NCAA | Nick Gwiazdowski | Senior World Bronze
  • 1 NCAA | Gable Steveson | Cadet World Gold | Junior World Gold
  • 0 NCAA | Mason Parris | Junior World Gold
  • 0 NCAA | Dom Bradley | Junior World Gold
  • 2 NCAA | Anthony Nelson
  • 0 NCAA | Daniel Kerkvliet | Cadet World Gold 
  • 0 NCAA | Tanner Hall | Cadet World Team | Junior World Team
  • 0 NCAA | Garrett Ryan
  • 0 NCAA | Jordan Wood | Cadet World Silver

The Gwiz has two senior World Bronze medals.  Jordan Wood also made a Junior World Team.  Anthony Nelson made a University World Team.  Kerkvliet also has a cadet world silver and made a U23 world team.  Gable has two cadet world titles.

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