Minnesota State Stands Tied for Tenth in National Poll

Mankato, Minn. — The Minnesota State wrestling team is tied for tenth in the NCAA Division II Wrestling Coaches Association Top 25 Poll.

A trie of Maverick individuals are rated in the top ten of their respective individual classes.

Sophomore Kyle Rathman (149) is rated second and has fashioned a 12-1 mark this year.

Junior Zach Johnston (174), who earned All-American honors last year with a seventh-place finish at the NCAA DII national championship meet, is ranked fourth and stands 10-3 for the year.

A returning All-American who placed second at nationals last year, senior George Farmah (St. Paul, Minn.), is rated #7 at 133. Farmah owns a 6-2 record for 2018-19.

NCAA Division II Wrestling Coaches Association Rankings

Minnesota State, which stands 38-1 in dual action in 2018-19, closes out the 2018-19 regular season with matches at #1 St. Cloud State Saturday and MSU-Moorhead Sunday.

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