NJCAA Wrestling Coaches Association Poll – February 20, 2019

The NJCAA Wrestling Coaches Association Poll for February 20th has been released.

Rochester CTC is ranked #8 and is the highest-ranked non-scholarship team.

The NJCAA National Championships will take place in Council Bluffs, Iowa on March 1st and 2nd.

Rank, Team, Total Points
1 – Clackamas 93
2 – Northeastern Oklahoma 82
3 – Northwest Kansas Tech 72
4 – Iowa Central 59
5 – Ellsworth 44
6 – Western Wy 43
7 – Triton 26
8 – Rochester 22
9 – Barton 19
9 – Harper 19
9 – North Idaho 19
9 – Spartanburg 19
13 – Northeastern 17
14 – Jamestown 16
15 – Cloud 12
15 – Jolliet 12
15 – Pratt 12
18 – Niagara 10
19 – Iowa Lakes 9
19 – SW Oregon 9
21 – Iowa Western 7
22 – Cowley 6
22 – Muskegon 6
22 – NIACC 6
25 – Itasca 4
25 – Lackawanna 4
25 – Nassau 4
25 – Umpqua 4
29 – Ancilla 3
29 – Labette 3
29 – Mercyhurst NE 3
29 – Middlesex 3
29 – Thaddeus Stevens 3

125

  1. Tramon Jenkins – Spartanburg
  2. Zeth Brower – Clackamas
  3. Jordan Marshall – Northwest Kansas Tech
  4. Mason Naifeh – Northeastern Oklahoma
  5. Kevin Radcliff – Iowa Central
  6. Dalton Suttzman – Western Wyoming
  7. Nathan Kiddoo – Umpqua
  8. Andice Martin – Harper

133

  1. Munkbat Bar-Erdene – Northwest Kansas Tech
  2. Boo Dryden – Northeastern Oklahoma
  3. Jason Shaner – Clackamas
  4. Gage Gomez – Barton
  5. Quintel Fuchs – Northeastern
  6. Hector Candelaria – Ellsworth
  7. Nathaniel White – Lackawanna
  8. Dillon Prutch – Labette

141

  1. Zack Donathan – Ellsworth
  2. Bat-Erdene Boldmaa – Northwest Kansas Tech
  3. Freddy Eckles – Niagara
  4. Elijah Ozuna – Clackamas
  5. Kyle Evans – Western Wyoming
  6. Blake Hickerson – Cowley
  7. Sammy Eckhart – Northeastern
  8. Austin Laughlin – Ancilla

149

  1. Tyree Johnson – Triton
  2. Austin Eldridge – Cloud
  3. Kendon Lee – Northeastern Oklahoma
  4. Enkhbold Sukhbaatar – Northwest Kansas Tech
  5. Cardionte Wilson – Ellsworth
  6. Tony Mendoza – NIACC
  7. Lucas Pincus – Nassau
  8. Bryce Parson – North Idaho

157

  1. Zach Porter – Northeastern Oklahoma
  2. Ethan Karsten – Iowa Central
  3. Joel Romero – Clackamas
  4. David Hollingsworh – Iowa Lakes
  5. Samuel Freeman – Western Wyoming
  6. Sebastian Robles – Northeastern
  7. Michael Zachary – Iowa Western
  8. Spencer Head – Mercyhurst NE

165

  1. Michael Foy – Harper
  2. Nick Lucas – Pratt
  3. Travis Willers – Iowa Central
  4. Mason McDaniel – Clackamas
  5. Izaiah Daran – North Idaho
  6. Nick Dado – Joliet
  7. Keon Muckelvene – Northwest Kansas Tech
  8. Olen Brattin – Iowa Western

174

  1. Shane Siewert – Rochester
  2. Trajan Hurd – Clackamas
  3. Gage McBride – Barton
  4. Tsogtbayar Tserendagva – Northwest Kansas Tech
  5. Ashton Eyler – Iowa Central
  6. Tyler Blagg – Muskegon
  7. Myron Crawford – Ellsworth
  8. Caleb Spears – Spartenburg

184

  1. Cameron Page – Jamestown
  2. Charles Small – Northwest Kansas Tech
  3. Alex Kauffman – Northeastern Oklahoma
  4. Trevor Senn – Clackamas
  5. Brian Stanford – Iowa Central
  6. Alex LaPierre – Rochester
  7. Jared Bird – Western Wyoming
  8. Bailey Shutt – Thaddeus Stevens

197

  1. Tyree Sutton – Iowa Central
  2. Connor Kirkland – Western Wyoming
  3. Joey Daniel – Clackamas
  4. Zeke Silva – Northeast Oklahoma
  5. Bryce Pilcher – Ellsworth
  6. Rodsean Graham – Joliet
  7. Cory Schmidt – Itasca
  8. Wyatt Westfall – SW Oregon

285

  1. Antonio Andrade – Northeastern Oklahoma
  2. Tommy Mommer III – Clackamas
  3. Christopher Colvin – Triton
  4. Connor Sullivan – North Idaho
  5. Landon Brown – Western Wyoming
  6. Hunter Hart – SW Oregon
  7. Charles Griffin – Ellsworth
  8. Mike Okaro – Middlesex

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