INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA handed out the 2015 NCAA Wrestling Awards at the respective Division I, Division II and Division III Wrestling Championships this month. The student-athletes who won the awards represented nine different institutions.

The inaugural NCAA Wrestling Awards were presented at the 2012 wrestling championships. The three awards, given in each division, honor the Most Dominant Wrestler as well as the student-athletes that have accumulated the most falls and the most tech falls throughout the course of the regular and postseasons.

For falls and tech falls to be counted towards a student-athletes total they must come against opponents in the same division. Ties in the two categories are broken based on the aggregate time.

The Most Dominant Wrestler standings are calculated by adding the total number of points awarded through match results against opponents in the same division and dividing that number by the total number of matches wrestled. Points per match are awarded as follows.

• Fall, forfeit, injury default or DQ = 6 points (-6 points for a loss)
• Tech falls = 5 points (-5 points for a loss)
• Major decision = 4 points (-4 points for a loss)
• Decision = 3 points (-3 points for a loss)

A minimum of 18 matches are required to be eligible to win the Most Dominant Wrestler award.

Ohio State 141-pounder Logan Stieber wrapped up the 2015 Division I Most Dominant award by becoming only the fourth wrestler in Division I history to win four national championships as he led the Buckeyes to their first team national title at Scottrade Center in St. Louis last week. The senior finished the year with an average of 4.93 points per match. The next four positions in the final standings are held by 2015 national champions, including repeat winners Alex Dieringer of Oklahoma State (165 pounds) and Nick Gwiazdowski of North Carolina State (heavyweight) in second and third.

In Division II, heavyweight Ziad Haddad of Kutztown won his second national championship to take the Most Dominant title averaging 4.62 points.

Wabash 184-pounder Riley Lefever capped off a national championship season to finish the season with 5.22 points per match to win the Division III Most Dominant Wrestler award in Hershey, Pennsylvania.

Bucknell heavyweight Joe Stolfi opened the Division I championships with a first round fall for his 20th of the season to claim the title for most falls. National finalist Taylor Walsh of Indiana (165 pounds) took second with 17 falls.

Evan Rosborough added one fall at Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis at 197 pounds to finish with 17 for Lake Erie and win the Division II award for most falls, which was five more than his nearest competitor.

Heavyweight Cody Lovejoy of Ohio Northern led all divisions with 24 falls as he claimed the title in Division III over James Bethel of SUNY Oneonta (285 pounds) with 23 falls.

Illinois 157-pounder Isaiah Martinez started his run to a national championship with a first round tech fall for his 11th of the season, which was enough to claim the Division I award for most tech falls.

In Division II, Mercyhurst 157-pounder Francis Mizia led the country in tech falls with eight on the season as he claimed All-America honors with a sixth-place finish in St. Louis.

The Division III winner led the country with 13 tech falls as Coast Guard 133-pounder Nathaniel Giorgio took the honor. He earned his 13th of the season on the way to All-American honors in Hershey, Pennyslvania, to finish one ahead of Michael Polizzi of Stevens (157 pounds).

NCAA STAT LEADERS -- FALLS
Division I
Rank Name School Weight Falls Time
1 Joe Stolfi Bucknell 285 20 74:56
2 Taylor Walsh Indiana 165 17 33:31
3 Ross Larson Oklahoma 285 14 33:47
4 A.J. Schopp Edinboro 133 14 50:16
5 Cody Ruggirello Hofstra 149 12 34:19
6 Nick Gwiazdowski NC State 285 12 36:52
7 Mitchell Port Edinboro 141 12 47:07
8 Logan Stieber Ohio State 141 11 30:28
9 Kyven Gadson Iowa State 197 11 45:13
10 Derek Elmore Northern Illinois 125 10 26:26
           
Division II
Rank Name School Weight Falls Time
1 Evan Rosborough Lake Erie 197 17 58:39
2 Garrett Grey Tiffin 285 12 37:32
3 Andy Welton Mercyhurst 285 11 28:54
4 Darren Wynn McKendree 141 11 41:49
5 Ziad Haddad Kutztown 285 10 23:34
6 John Vogt McKendree 184 10 27:07
7 Drew Schumann Colorado Mesa 149 10 40:13
8 Blake Sorensen Upper Iowa 184 9 20:41
9 Zachary Shank Western State 133 9 23:07
10 Paul Head California Baptist 197 9 32:33
           
Division III
Rank Name School Weight Falls Time
1 Cody Lovejoy Ohio Northern 285 24 61:26
2 James Bethel SUNY Oneonta 285 23 65:12
3 Jose 'Luis' Hernandez Milwaukee Engineering 285 20 74:26
4 Shane Siefert Wisconsin-Whitewater 197 19 45:15
5 DJ Tirelli Johnson & Wales (R.I.) 133 19 46:30
6 Christoper Chorzepa Williams 184 19 66:41
7 Riley Lefever Wabash 184 18 40:04
8 Isaiah Shipman Messiah 285 17 33:24
9 CJ Caserta Stevens Tech 165 17 61:18
10 Terrance Jean-Jacques Rhode Island College 285 16 22:23

NCAA STAT LEADERS -- TECH FALLS
Division I
Rank Name School Weight TFs Time
1 Isaiah Martinez Illinois 157 11 61:14
2 James Green Nebraska 157 9 56:20
3 Logan Stieber Ohio State 141 8 30:28
4 Peyton Walsh Navy 165 8 48:12
5 Connor Medberry Wisconsin 285 7 41:43
6 Nahshon Garrett Cornell 125 7 42:45
7 Alan Waters Missouri 125 7 43:02
8 Austin Trott Gardner-Webb 165 6 22:24
9 Tyler Deuel Binghamton 285 6 30:58
10 Kevin Devoy Drexel 133 6 36:17
           
Division II
Rank Name School Weight TFs Time
1 Francis Mizia Mercyhurst 157 8 36:15
2 Garrett Lineberger Notre Dame (Ohio) 184 6 17:17
3 Jack Page Fort Hays State 285 6 22:03
4 August Mizia Mercyhurst 174 6 26:53
5 Nick Crume Indianapolis 133 4 15:40
6 Justin Samora Adams State 149 4 19:46
7 Colby Christensen Colorado Mesa 125 4 20:04
8 Helmut Rentschler Truman 197 4 20:45
9 Kyle Jolas Lindenwood (Mo.) 165 4 21:12
10 Willie Bohince Mercyhurst 125 4 22:15
           
Division III
Rank Name School Weight TFs Time
1 Nathaniel Giorgio Coast Guard 133 13 46:27
2 Michael Polizzi Stevens Tech 157 12 68:44
3 Jake Savoca Williams 149 9 55:45
4 Alex Kramer Ursinus 141 8 46:42
5 Nathan Pike New York University 141 7 35:03
6 Collin Lesko Alma 125 7 35:16
7 Zach Joseph Springfield 149 7 37:13
8 Cary Palmer Hunter 141 7 47:06
9 Jesse Bader Hunter 165 7 47:21
10 Edward Pierce Wesleyan (Conn.) 149 6 19:54

NCAA STAT LEADERS -- MOST DOMINANT
Division I
Rank Name School Weight Points
1 Logan Stieber Ohio State 141 4.93
2 Alex Dieringer Oklahoma State 165 4.57
3 Nick Gwiazdowski NC State 285 4.45
4 Isaiah Martinez Illinois 157 4.35
5 Kyven Gadson Iowa State 197 4.17
6 Mitchell Port Edinboro 141 4.11
7 Aaron (A.J.) Schopp Edinboro 133 4
8 Robert Kokesh Nebraska 174 3.92
9 Bo Jordan Ohio State 165 3.79
10 Drake Houdashelt Missouri 149 3.69
         
Division II
Rank Name School Weight Points
1 Ziad Haddad Kutztown 285 4.62
2 Chris Watson Central Oklahoma 157 4.46
3 James Martinez Colorado Mesa 157 4.43
4 Nate Rodriguez Ouachita Baptist 133 4.35
5 Garrett Grey Tiffin 285 4.26
6 Frank Cagnina Central Missouri 149 4.2
7 Michael Labry Ashland 125 4.09
8 Austin Goergen St. Cloud State 285 4.04
9 Clint Poster St. Cloud State 157 4.03
10 Joey Davis Notre Dame (Ohio) 165 4
         
Division III
Rank Name School Weight Points
1 Riley Lefever Wabash 184 5.22
2 Donald Longendyke Augsburg 285 4.9
3 AJ Kowal Stevens Tech 174 4.7
4 Cody Lovejoy Ohio Northern 285 4.7
5 Conner Lefever Wabash 174 4.59
6 Terrance Jean-Jacques Rhode Island College 285 4.56
7 Shane Siefert Wisconsin-Whitewater 197 4.56
8 Kaleb Loht Messiah 141 4.53
8 Mike Fuenffinger Augsburg 125 4.46
10 Nathaniel Giorgio Coast Guard 133 4.4