The Gophers have now placed top 10 at NCAAs in 22 times of the past 27 seasons and produced at least one All-American for 30 straight years
Minnesota finished its run in the 2015 NCAA Championships on Saturday with 59.5 team points, led by fourth-place finishes from seniors Chris Dardanes, Logan Storley and Scott Schiller. In all, five of the eight Gophers who wrestled in St. Louis this weekend earned All-America medals, with Dylan Ness and Michael Kroells joining the trio of fourth-place finishers on the podium at their respective weight.
While the team’s placement in the tournament will not be final until the conclusion of Saturday night’s session, the Gophers currently sit in eighth. Minnesota can finish no worse than ninth.