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I did this a couple months ago.

Since 2013
Top 10 Points at NCAA's (*- Didn't participate in 2021)

  1. Penn State - 1231.5
  2. Iowa - 872 
  3. Ohio State - 805.5
  4. Oklahoma State - 741
  5. Missouri - 632.5
  6. *Cornell - 586.5
  7. Michigan - 560.5
  8. Minnesota - 556
  9. Virginia Tech - 529.5
  10. Nebraska - 507.5

Top 10 All-Americans

  1. Penn State - 64
  2. Iowa - 56
  3. Oklahoma State - 50
  4. Ohio State - 40
  5. Minnesota - 39
  6. Virginia Tech - 39
  7. Missouri - 38
  8. Michigan - 34
  9. *Cornell - 33
  10. Nebraska - 29

National Champions

  1. Penn State - 30
  2. *Cornell - 8
  3. Ohio State -8 
  4. Oklahoma State - 7
  5. Iowa - 6
  6. Missouri - 6
  7. Illinois -4
  8. Minnesota -3
  9. NC State -3
  10. Six Teams with 2

Top 10 Dual Meet Victories

  1. NC State - 143
  2. Penn State - 134
  3. Iowa - 134
  4. Missouri - 134
  5. Virginia Tech - 129
  6. Oklahoma State - 129
  7. *Cornell - 111
  8. Ohio State - 111
  9. Nebraska - 109
  10. Rutgers - 109

Top 10 Dual Meet Win %

  1. Penn State - 95.03%
  2. Iowa - 91.78%
  3. NC State - 85.62%
  4. Oklahoma State - 84.86%
  5. Missouri - 84.81%
  6. Virginia Tech - 81.64%
  7. *Cornell 79.80%
  8. Ohio State 77.62%
  9. Nebraska - 77.30%
  10. Michigan 72.59%

Top 10 Most Conference Title

  1. Missouri -11
  2. Oklahoma State - 9
  3. *Cornell - 7
  4. Penn State - 6
  5. NC State -6 
  6. Arizona State - 5
  7. Oregon State - 5
  8. Virginia Tech - 4
  9. Lehigh - 4
  10. Campbell - 4

 

 

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7 minutes ago, killdozer said:

I did this a couple months ago.

Since 2013
Top 10 Points at NCAA's (*- Didn't participate in 2021)

  1. Penn State - 1231.5
  2. Iowa - 872 
  3. Ohio State - 805.5
  4. Oklahoma State - 741
  5. Missouri - 632.5
  6. *Cornell - 586.5
  7. Michigan - 560.5
  8. Minnesota - 556
  9. Virginia Tech - 529.5
  10. Nebraska - 507.5

Top 10 All-Americans

  1. Penn State - 64
  2. Iowa - 56
  3. Oklahoma State - 50
  4. Ohio State - 40
  5. Minnesota - 39
  6. Virginia Tech - 39
  7. Missouri - 38
  8. Michigan - 34
  9. *Cornell - 33
  10. Nebraska - 29

National Champions

  1. Penn State - 30
  2. *Cornell - 8
  3. Ohio State -8 
  4. Oklahoma State - 7
  5. Iowa - 6
  6. Missouri - 6
  7. Illinois -4
  8. Minnesota -3
  9. NC State -3
  10. Six Teams with 2

Top 10 Dual Meet Victories

  1. NC State - 143
  2. Penn State - 134
  3. Iowa - 134
  4. Missouri - 134
  5. Virginia Tech - 129
  6. Oklahoma State - 129
  7. *Cornell - 111
  8. Ohio State - 111
  9. Nebraska - 109
  10. Rutgers - 109

Top 10 Dual Meet Win %

  1. Penn State - 95.03%
  2. Iowa - 91.78%
  3. NC State - 85.62%
  4. Oklahoma State - 84.86%
  5. Missouri - 84.81%
  6. Virginia Tech - 81.64%
  7. *Cornell 79.80%
  8. Ohio State 77.62%
  9. Nebraska - 77.30%
  10. Michigan 72.59%

Top 10 Most Conference Title

  1. Missouri -11
  2. Oklahoma State - 9
  3. *Cornell - 7
  4. Penn State - 6
  5. NC State -6 
  6. Arizona State - 5
  7. Oregon State - 5
  8. Virginia Tech - 4
  9. Lehigh - 4
  10. Campbell - 4

 

 

 

IMO, National Champs and All-Americans matter much more than NCAA team points.  I would much rather be fan of a team with many AAs and than feeling good about my team finishing 7th or 8th in team points.

I know of course, that the number of champs and AAs do align closely with team placement

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The data clearly shows PSU, Iowa, OkSt, tOSU, and Mizzou, in that order, is the answer to the OP. 

One could argue swapping tOSU and OkSt. And I suppose you could try to argue Cornell above Mizzou, but considering Mizzou was ranked higher than Cornell in 6 of 9 weights in 2020(neither had a ranked HWT), I’d lean towards Mizzou (shocking, I know). Nonetheless, Cornell and Mizzou are neck and neck for 5th. 
 

There is considerable distance between those 5 and whoever one would rank 7-10.  VT, NCsT, Minny, and either Michigan or Nebraska would round out the top 10. 
 

You’re welcome. 

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