The Open Mat NCAA Division I Wrestling Rankings

The Open Mat has released NCAA Division I wrestling rankings for December 27, 2022.

The Open Mat College Rankings

Team Rankings

Tournament:

  1. Penn State 120
  2. Iowa 80.5
  3. Missouri 74.5
  4. Iowa State 71.5
  5. Cornell 66.5
  6. Nebraska 58.5
  7. Arizona State 56.5
  8. Michigan 56
  9. Oklahoma State 52.5
  10. Pittsburgh 51.5
  11. Ohio State 51
  12. North Carolina State 50.5
  13. Wisconsin 49.5
  14. Princeton 43.5
  15. Northwestern 41.5
  16. Northern Iowa 41
  17. Virginia Tech 40
  18. Lehigh 36.5
  19. Purdue 32.5
  20. Minnesota 31.5
  21. Northern Colorado 27.5
  22. Stanford 22
  23. Rider 18
  24. Illinois 17
  25. North Dakota State 16.5

Dual:

  1. Penn State 7-0
  2. Iowa 7-0
  3. North Carolina State 8-0
  4. Arizona State 2-0
  5. Michigan 3-0
  6. Iowa State 7-2
  7. Ohio State 6-1
  8. Wisconsin 6-1
  9. Minnesota 7-0
  10. Virginia Tech 3-1
  11. Missouri 3-2
  12. Oklahoma State 4-1
  13. Northern Iowa 2-1
  14. Cornell 2-2
  15. Nebraska 2-2
  16. Pittsburgh 5-1
  17. Lehigh 4-5
  18. Northwestern 1-0
  19. North Dakota State 4-2
  20. Maryland 5-0
  21. South Dakota State 1-2
  22. Rutgers 6-1
  23. Appalachian State 3-1
  24. North Carolina 2-5
  25. West Virginia 4-1

Individual Rankings

125:

  1. Spencer Lee (Iowa)
  2. Patrick Glory (Princeton)
  3. Patrick McKee (Minnesota)
  4. Richard Figueroa (Arizona State)
  5. Michael DeAugustino (Northwestern)
  6. Eric Barnett (Wisconsin)
  7. Matt Ramos (Purdue)
  8. Malik Heinselman (Ohio State)
  9. Joey Prata (Oklahoma)
  10. Trevor Mastrogiovanni (Oklahoma State)
  11. Ethan Berginc (Army)
  12. Liam Cronin (Nebraska)
  13. Brandon Kaylor (Oregon State)
  14. Kysen Terukina (Iowa State)
  15. Noah Surtin (Missouri)
  16. Stevo Poulin (Northern Colorado)
  17. Anthony Noto (Lock Haven)
  18. Eddie Ventresca (Virginia Tech)
  19. Dean Peterson (Rutgers)
  20. Brett Ungar (Cornell)

133:

  1. Roman Bravo-Young (Penn State)
  2. Daton Fix (Oklahoma State)
  3. Vito Arujau (Cornell)
  4. Michael McGee (Arizona State)
  5. Dylan Ragusin (Michigan)
  6. Connor McGonagle (Lehigh)
  7. Micky Phillippi (Pittsburgh)
  8. Lucas Byrd (Illinois)
  9. Kyle Biscoglia (Northern Iowa)
  10. Rayvon Foley (Michigan State)
  11. Joe Heilmann (Rutgers)
  12. Sam Latona (Virginia Tech)
  13. Brody Teske (Iowa)
  14. Jesse Mendez (Ohio State)
  15. Ramazan Attasauov (Iowa State)
  16. Jason Shaner (Oregon State)
  17. Chance Rich (CSU Bakersfield)
  18. Chris Cannon (Northwestern)
  19. Michael Colaiocco (Penn)
  20. Cody Phippen (Air Force)

141:

  1. Andrew Alirez (Northern Colorado)
  2. Cole Matthews (Pittsburgh)
  3. Real Woods (Iowa)
  4. Beau Bartlett (Penn State)
  5. Brock Hardy (Nebraska)
  6. Ryan Jack (North Carolina State)
  7. Cael Happel (Northern Iowa)
  8. Allan Hart (Missouri)
  9. Casey Swiderski (Iowa State)
  10. Jake Bergeland (Minnesota)
  11. Dylan Droegemueller (North Dakota State)
  12. Frankie Tal-Shahar (Northwestern)
  13. Sammy Alvarez (Rutgers)
  14. Tom Crook (Virginia Tech)
  15. Cole Mattin (Michigan)
  16. Clay Carlson (South Dakota State)
  17. Jesse Vasquez (Arizona State)
  18. Josh Koderhandt (Navy)
  19. Parker Filius (Purdue)
  20. Lachlan McNeil (North Carolina)

149:

  1. Yianni Diakomihalis (Cornell)
  2. Austin Gomez (Wisconsin)
  3. Paniro Johnson (Iowa State)
  4. Sammy Sasso (Ohio State)
  5. Kyle Parco (Arizona State)
  6. Yahya Thomas (Northwestern)
  7. Jonathan Millner (Appalachian State)
  8. Max Murin (Iowa)
  9. Brock Mauller (Missouri)
  10. Doug Zapf (Penn)
  11. Caleb Henson (Virginia Tech)
  12. Shayne Van Ness (Penn State)
  13. Colin Realbuto (Northern Iowa)
  14. Jackson Arrington (North Carolina State)
  15. Jaden Abas (Stanford)
  16. Dom Demas (Cal Poly)
  17. Michael Blockhus (Minnesota)
  18. Quinn Kinner (Rider)
  19. Chance Lamer (Michigan)
  20. Mitch Moore (Oklahoma)

157:

  1. Quincy Monday (Princeton)
  2. Peyton Robb (Nebraska)
  3. Kendall Coleman (Purdue)
  4. Josh Humphreys (Lehigh)
  5. Kaden Gfeller (Oklahoma State)
  6. Jared Franek (North Dakota State)
  7. Ed Scott (North Carolina State)
  8. Will Lewan (Michigan)
  9. Brayton Lee (Minnesota)
  10. Austin O’Connor (North Carolina)
  11. Bryce Andonian (Virginia Tech)
  12. Jacob Wright (Wyoming)
  13. Jarrett Jacques (Missouri)
  14. Anthony Artalona (Penn)
  15. Daniel Cardenas (Stanford)
  16. Trevor Chumbley (Northwestern)
  17. Garrett Model (Wisconsin)
  18. Cobe Siebrecht (Iowa)
  19. Paddy Gallagher (Ohio State)
  20. Michael North (Maryland)

165:

  1. Keegan O’Toole (Missouri)
  2. David Carr (Iowa State)
  3. Shane Griffith (Stanford)
  4. Dean Hamiti (Wisconsin)
  5. Peyton Hall (West Virginia)
  6. Justin McCoy (Virginia)
  7. Cameron Amine (Michigan)
  8. Julian Ramirez (Cornell)
  9. Carson Kharchla (Ohio State)
  10. Izzak Olejnik (Northern Illinois)
  11. Patrick Kennedy (Iowa)
  12. Tanner Cook (South Dakota State)
  13. Austin Yant (Northern Iowa)
  14. Danny Braunagel (Illinois)
  15. Holden Heller (Pittsburgh)
  16. Gerrit Nijenhuis (Oklahoma)
  17. Alex Facundo (Penn State)
  18. Mike Caliendo (North Dakota State)
  19. Andrew Sparks (Minnesota)
  20. Wyatt Sheets (Oklahoma State)

174:

  1. Carter Starocci (Penn State)
  2. Mikey Labriola (Nebraska)
  3. Mekhi Lewis (Virginia Tech)
  4. Dustin Plott (Oklahoma State)
  5. Chris Foca (Cornell)
  6. Michael O’Malley (Drexel)
  7. Demetrius Romero (Utah Valley)
  8. Ethan Smith (Ohio State)
  9. Edmond Ruth (Illinois)
  10. Peyton Mocco (Missouri)
  11. Clay Lautt (North Carolina)
  12. Lance Runyon (Northern Iowa)
  13. Donnell Washington (Indiana)
  14. Bailee O’Reilly (Minnesota)
  15. Cade DeVos (South Dakota State)
  16. Rocky Jordan (Chattanooga)
  17. Nelson Brands (Iowa)
  18. Troy Fisher (Northwestern)
  19. Darrien Roberts (Oklahoma)
  20. Nick Incontrera (Penn)

184:

  1. Aaron Brooks (Penn State)
  2. Parker Keckeisen (Northern Iowa)
  3. Trent Hidlay (North Carolina State)
  4. Marcus Coleman (Iowa State)
  5. Kaleb Romero (Ohio State)
  6. Hunter Bolen (Virginia Tech)
  7. Trey Munoz (Oregon State)
  8. Matt Finesilver (Michigan)
  9. Jonathan Loew (Cornell)
  10. Abe Assad (Iowa)
  11. Isaiah Salazar (Minnesota)
  12. Travis Wittlake (Oklahoma State)
  13. Brian Soldano (Rutgers)
  14. Layne Malczewski (Michigan State)
  15. Gavin Kane (North Carolina)
  16. Lenny Pinto (Nebraska)
  17. Cade King (South Dakota State)
  18. Anthony Montalvo (Arizona State)
  19. Reece Heller (Pittsburgh)
  20. Neil Antrassian (Virginia)

197:

  1. Rocky Elam (Missouri)
  2. Nino Bonaccorsi (Pittsburgh)
  3. Ethan Laird (Rider)
  4. Bernie Truax (Cal Poly)
  5. Michael Beard (Lehigh)
  6. Max Dean (Penn State)
  7. Yonger Bastida (Iowa State)
  8. Jacob Warner (Iowa)
  9. Isaac Trumble (North Carolina State)
  10. Thomas Penola (Purdue)
  11. Tanner Sloan (South Dakota State)
  12. Braxton Amos (Wisconsin)
  13. Jacob Cardenas (Cornell)
  14. Tanner Harvey (Oregon State)
  15. Luke Stout (Princeton)
  16. Cameron Caffey (Michigan State)
  17. Louie Deprez (Binghamton)
  18. Silas Allred (Nebraska)
  19. Jaxon Smith (Maryland)
  20. Zac Braunagel (Illinois)

285:

  1. Greg Kerkvliet (Penn State)
  2. Mason Parris (Michigan)
  3. Tony Cassioppi (Iowa)
  4. Cohlton Schultz (Arizona State)
  5. Lucas Davison (Northwestern)
  6. Wyatt Hendrickson (Air Force)
  7. Yaraslau Slavikouski (Harvard)
  8. Zach Elam (Missouri)
  9. Owen Trephan (North Carolina State)
  10. Tyrell Gordon (Northern Iowa)
  11. Tate Orndorff (Ohio State)
  12. A.J. Nevills (South Dakota State)
  13. Sam Schuyler (Iowa State)
  14. Trent Hillger (Wisconsin)
  15. Lewis Fernandes (Cornell)
  16. Taye Ghadiali (Campbell)
  17. Grady Greiss (Navy)
  18. Jaron Smith (Maryland)
  19. Jonah Niesenbaum (Duke)
  20. Hunter Catka (Virginia Tech)

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