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The following is a list of stories that readers can find in the latest issue of WIN Magazine (Vol. 25, Issue 5), which provides a good preview of the NCAA Division I Nationals, which will take place March 21-23 in Pittsburgh.

This year’s nationals also marks the 25th time that WIN Magazine has covered the annual event since the birth of the magazine in 1994. On this cover, designed by Quantal Langford, there are images from some of the greatest moments of the NCAAs since the creation of WIN Magazine. That includes Oklahoma State’s Pat Smith as the first to win four NCAA titles, Dan Gable’s incredible goodbye to coaching, Minnesota’s team championship, Cael Sanderson’s perfect career at Iowa State, Ben Askren’s “funky” two championships at Missouri, the rivalry between Cornell’s four-time champ Kyle Dake and Penn State’s two-time champ and Hodge Trophy winner David Taylor, and Logan Stieber’s four titles that led Ohio State to its first crown

The issue was printed and mailed on March 7, 2019. Click here to subscribe to WIN Magazine or call 888-305-0606. Use Promo Code “March” to start subscription with this print edition.

RUDIS TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Page 7 – GABLE ON DYNASTIES – PENN STATE & IOWA

Legendary coach Dan Gable analyzes sports dynasties, Penn State’s current one after winning seven titles in eight years and his own when he was coaching the Hawkeyes to 15 national titles in 20 years.

Page 8 – PA PASSION

No state will send more wrestlers to the 2019 NCAAs in Pittsburgh than Pennsylvania, and most of those former Keystone prep stars have strong allegiances to what District in PA they once represented.

Page 16, 18 – WIN’S COLLEGE RANKINGS

See which teams ended the regular season hot and which teams didn’t heading into the qualifying tournaments and NCAAs.

Page 20 – WEIGHT-BY-WEIGHT PREVIEWS

Take a brief look over six pages at the Top 10 wrestlers at each weight class, according to WIN’s final regular-season rankings, who could make their marks at the 2019 NCAA Championships.

Page 28 – THE FIRST TO FOUR

WIN’s Kyle Klingman takes readers back 25 years to the 1994 NCAAs in Chapel Hill, N.C., where Oklahoma State’s Pat Smith overcame more than mat foes to become the first Division I wrestler to win four titles.

Page 30 – WIN SHOW / NCAA FAN FEST 2019

The WIN Magazine Memorabilia Show will be held for a 29th straight year and once again will be part of the NCAA’s Fan Festival, which will be the place to be between sessions of the NCAA Championships.

Page 37 – WCWA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Menlo College of California finished fifth and sixth the past two years in the women’s college national tournament, but used three champs and nine All-Americans to claim a first-ever crown in Atlanta.

Page 38 – WIN’S HIGH SCHOOL RANKINGS

Where do the top wrestlers in your state rank against the best in the nation? See the Top 25 in each weight plus the Top 25 teams.

Page 45 – TRACKWRESTLING’S SEVEN MINUTES

Andy Hamilton spends the length of a college wrestling bout talking wrestling with Sarah Hildebrandt, who once earned two WCWA titles at King University and captured a World silver medal last October.

Page 46 – NAIA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Grand View may have created the greatest NAIA wrestling dynasty and won the 2019 crown again with three champs and 12 All-Americans en route to their eighth-straight team championship.

Page 48 – NJCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Clackamas Community College of Oregon arrived in Council Bluffs, Iowa, with qualifiers at all ten weights, and left with a school-record nine All-Americans (two champs) and an NJCAA-record 176.5 points.

– 60 Oversized Pages of Content. Enjoy!

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