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WIN’s April NCAA Commemorative/Hodge Trophy Special Issue is NOW AVAILABLE –

(Plus WIN Archives back to 2011)

Here is your chance to relive all the exciting moments that took place at the 2019 NCAA Division I Nationals, which took place March 21-23 in Pittsburgh, Pa., in WIN Magazine’s 2019 NCAA Commemorative/Hodge Trophy Special issue (Vol. 25, Issue 6) that was printed April 5.

WIN Magazine was there to cover a  25th  straight tournament and is ready to bring you features on all ten individual champions as well as breakdown how all the tops teams did, including Penn State that captured a fourth-straight team title and eighth in the past nine years.

The issue was printed and mailed on April 5, 2019. Click here to subscribe to WIN Magazine or call 888-305-0606. Use Promo Code “April” to start subscription with this print edition.

Here is a sampling of the some of the big stories from PPG Paints Arena as well as notes from the NCAA Div. II and III Championships.


WIN Publisher Bryan Van Kley says wrestling has a unique opportunity in March 2020 to set a Championships Attendance Record in the NFL Stadium in Minneapolis which will showcase college wrestling to the world; and dissects difficult 2019 Hodge vote.


Two-time Hodge Trophy winner Zain Retherford was not part of this year’s NCAA championship team, but shared his thoughts on being part of the Nittany Lions’ two championship quads over the past nine years.


Scoring bonus points, including a school-record 18 pins, played a big factor in Penn State’s three-time champion capturing college wrestling’s most coveted award in 2019.

P14-46 – NCAA WEIGHT-BY-WEIGHT BREAKDOWN – Get the complete story from the 2019 NCAA NCAAs at each weight, as well as an inside look at some of the top stories in each weight. Readers will find a feature on all 10 champs: Lee, Suriano, Diakomihalis, Ashnault, Nolf, Lewis, Valencia, Foster, Nickal, and Cassar.

P36-37 – NCAA NOTES & QUOTES – Readers will get a complete statistical analysis of how teams did at the NCAAs in Pittsburgh, including a W-L total, Winning %, the always-telling +/- compared to seeds stat which shows if teams over- or under-achieved based on seeds, bonus points, etc.

P50 – NCAA DIVISION II CHAMPIONSHIPS – Without claiming an individual titlist, St. Cloud State used its impressive depth to earn seven All-American honors and lead the Minnesota school to its fourth team championships since 2015.

P52 – NCAA DIVISION III CHAMPIONSHIPS – Augsburg College produced four champions and three other All-American honors to win a 13th all-time team title and dominated the field with the event’s largest victory margin since 2003.

P59 – SHERRILL COLUMN – WHERE WERE 2019 AAS RANKED AS PREPS? – WIN’s Rob Sherrill dives into the analysis of all the 2019 Division I All-Americans in terms of where they were ranked as High School Seniors. You may be very surprised which ones were ranked No. 1 as preps and which ones weren’t ranked at all.

P64 TRACKWRESTLING’S SEVEN MINUTES – Chris Pendleton, the former NCAA champion from Oklahoma State and current Arizona State assistant spoke to Track’s Andy Hamilton about how Mark Hall was his biggest recruiting loss.

P70 – FINN COLUMN – 637K WATCHED FINALS ON ESPN, SAW WRESTLERS’ HEART – WIN Editor Mike Finn shares insight into both the impressive 637,000 number of fans who watched the 2019 NCAA finals, and what they saw on the mats — some of the toughest, most courageous college athletes in all of sports who’ve survived a long season and battled it out for 10 national titles.


– 72 Oversized Pages of Content. Enjoy!

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