WIN’s 2024 Nationals Commemorative Issue is Now Available

Updated: April 9, 2024

The NCAA Division I Championships are in the books. Penn State broke the records for most points scored and margin of victory over the second-place team.

There were four Penn State wrestlers who won individual championships, including a pair of seniors who became the sixth and seventh all-time Division I wrestlers to win four NCAA titles.

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And one of those was Aaron Brooks, who moved up to 197 pounds, dominated his weight class … and was also named the winner of the WIN Magazine/Culture House Dan Hodge Trophy, presented by ASICS.

But there were plenty of other great stories … at all the different national championships that were held last month … and you will find them in WIN Magazine’s 76-page 2024 Nationals Commemorative issue, which was printed on April 8.

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Here are some other stories you will find in this issue of WIN:

  • How State College, Pa., the home of Penn State and the site of the upcoming Olympic Trials, has become the center of amateur wrestling this year in the United States;
  • Features on all 10 champions on all 10 weight classes, including Arizona State’s Richard Figueroa, Cornell’s Vito Arujau, Ohio State’s Jesse Mendez, Virginia Tech’s Caleb Henson, Iowa State’s David Carr and Northern Iowa’s Parker Keckeisen;
  • Notes and quotes on all 10 weight classes;
  • How Central Oklahoma and Augsburg won the NCAA Div. II and III championships, respectively, while wrestlers from lesser-known schools also won titles;
  • How the Iowa women lived up to expectations and won the NCWWCs on the final match of the tournament;
  • How Grand View won a 12th NAIA team championship in the past 13 years, while Menlo captured the women’s championship.

Meanwhile, you will also read timely and thought-provoking columns by:

  • Dan Gable on the stunning emergence of the fifth-year Little Rock program and how other schools need to meet and raise the standards set by Penn State;
  • Tristan Warner on how the new scoring rules led to more scoring in KC and this collegiate season;
  • Kyle Klingman on how dual success meant little at the NCAA Championships;
  • Rob Sherrill on how the 2024 NCAA champs once fared in past high school rankings;
  • Mike Chapman, who created WIN and the Dan Hodge Trophy, on the fans he saw at his final WIN Show;
  • Sandy Stevens on how Andy Rein, a former wrestler, is taking on the challenges of hiking the Appalachian Trial;
  • Bryan Van Kley on how Penn State’s Aaron Brooks met the Hodge Trophy criteria, on and off the mat in so many ways;
  • Mike Finn on the retirement of Central Michigan’s Tom Borrelli, who hopes future coaches live up to a legacy that he created.

You will find these stories and so much more in the latest issue of WIN Magazine. Click here or call 888-305-0606 to subscribe.