The Open Mat NCAA Division I Wrestling Rankings

The Open Mat has released NCAA Division I wrestling rankings for Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2023.

Updated NCAA Division I wrestling rankings are released every Tuesday during the NCAA wrestling season. The next rankings update will occur on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2023.

The Open Mat College Rankings

Team Rankings

Tournament:

  1. Penn State 158
  2. Iowa 99.5
  3. Missouri 76.5
  4. Nebraska 75.5
  5. Cornell 75
  6. Virginia Tech 74.5
  7. Michigan 66.5
  8. North Carolina State 61.5
  9. Arizona State 58
  10. Oklahoma State 48
  11. Iowa State 42.5
  12. Ohio State 35.5
  13. South Dakota State 33
  14. Northern Iowa 33
  15. Rutgers 31
  16. Oklahoma 30
  17. North Carolina 28.5
  18. Penn 27.5
  19. Wisconsin 26.5
  20. Pitt 25.5
  21. Oregon State 25
  22. Minnesota 24
  23. Illinois 23
  24. Purdue 22.5
  25. Lehigh 20.5

Dual:

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

Individual Rankings

125:

  1. Matt Ramos (Purdue)
  2. Anthony Noto (Lock Haven)
  3. Richie Figueroa (Arizona State)
  4. Eddie Ventresca (Virginia Tech)
  5. Eric Barnett (Wisconsin)
  6. Dean Peterson (Rutgers)
  7. Patrick McKee (Minnesota)
  8. Michael DeAugustino (Michigan)
  9. Caleb Smith (Nebraska)
  10. Stevo Poulin (Northern Colorado)
  11. Brett Ungar (Cornell)
  12. Jakob Camacho (North Carolina State)
  13. Brayden Palmer (Chattanooga)
  14. Brandon Kaylor (Oregon State)
  15. Drake Ayala (Iowa)
  16. Braxton Brown (Maryland)
  17. Jore Volk (Wyoming)
  18. Noah Surtin (Missouri)
  19. Ryan Miller (Penn)
  20. Kysen Terukina (Iowa State)

133:

  1. Vito Arujau (Cornell)
  2. Daton Fix (Oklahoma State)
  3. Aaron Nagao (Penn State)
  4. Sam Latona (Virginia Tech)
  5. Kai Orine (North Carolina State)
  6. Lucas Byrd (Illinois)
  7. Michael Colaiocco (Penn)
  8. Connor McGonagle (Lehigh)
  9. Chris Cannon (Michigan)
  10. Nic Bouzakis (Ohio State)
  11. Brody Teske (Iowa)
  12. Domenic Zaccone (Campbell)
  13. Sean Carter (Appalachian State)
  14. Kurt Phipps (Bucknell)
  15. Angelo Rini (Columbia)
  16. Dylan Shawver (Rutgers)
  17. Haiden Drury (Utah Valley)
  18. Julian Chlebove (Arizona State)
  19. Brendan Ferretti (Navy)
  20. Gable Strickland (Lock Haven)

141:

  1. Real Woods (Iowa)
  2. Beau Bartlett (Penn State)
  3. Lachlan McNeil (North Carolina)
  4. Brock Hardy (Nebraska)
  5. C.J. Composto (Penn)
  6. Cole Matthews (Pitt)
  7. Clay Carlson (South Dakota State)
  8. Ryan Jack (North Carolina State)
  9. Jesse Mendez (Ohio State)
  10. Mosha Schwartz (Oklahoma)
  11. Cael Happel (Northern Iowa)
  12. Malyke Hines (Lehigh)
  13. Vince Cornella (Cornell)
  14. Dylan Ragusin (Michigan)
  15. Josh Edmond (Missouri)
  16. Frankie Tal-Shahar (Northwestern)
  17. Mitch Moore (Rutgers)
  18. Sammy Alvarez (Oklahoma State)
  19. Jesse Vasquez (Arizona State)
  20. Jacob Frost (Iowa State)

149:

  1. Ridge Lovett (Nebraska)
  2. Shayne Van Ness (Penn State)
  3. Kyle Parco (Arizona State)
  4. Caleb Henson (Virginia Tech)
  5. Dylan D’Emilio (Ohio State)
  6. Chance Lamer (Cal Poly)
  7. Jaden Abas (Stanford)
  8. Jackson Arrington (North Carolina State)
  9. Graham Rooks (Indiana)
  10. Victor Voinovich (Iowa)
  11. Kellyn March (North Dakota State)
  12. Caleb Tyus (SIU Edwardsville)
  13. Ethen Miller (Maryland)
  14. Corbyn Munson (Central Michigan)
  15. Nathan Higley (George Mason)
  16. Quinn Kinner (Rider)
  17. Ryan Burgos (Edinboro)
  18. Willie McDougald (Oklahoma)
  19. Anthony Echemendia (Iowa State)
  20. Michael Gioffre (Virginia)

157:

  1. Levi Haines (Penn State)
  2. Jared Franek (Iowa)
  3. Peyton Robb (Nebraska)
  4. Ed Scott (North Carolina State)
  5. Jacori Teemer (Arizona State)
  6. Brock Mauller (Missouri)
  7. Bryce Andonian (Virginia Tech)
  8. Will Lewan (Michigan)
  9. Michael Blockhus (Minnesota)
  10. Daniel Cardenas (Stanford)
  11. Meyer Shapiro (Cornell)
  12. Chase Saldate (Michigan State)
  13. Trevor Chumbley (Northwestern)
  14. Cael Swensen (South Dakota State)
  15. Johnny Lovett (Central Michigan)
  16. Cody Chittum (Iowa State)
  17. Vince Zerban (Northern Colorado)
  18. Paddy Gallagher (Ohio State)
  19. Brayton Lee (Indiana)
  20. Peyten Kellar (Ohio)

165:

  1. Keegan O’Toole (Missouri)
  2. David Carr (Iowa State)
  3. Cameron Amine (Michigan)
  4. Dean Hamiti (Wisconsin)
  5. Mike Caliendo (Iowa)
  6. Izzak Olejnik (Oklahoma State)
  7. Julian Ramirez (Cornell)
  8. Caleb Fish (Michigan State)
  9. Holden Heller (Pitt)
  10. Peyton Hall (West Virginia)
  11. Bubba Wilson (Nebraska)
  12. Alex Facundo (Penn State)
  13. Matthew Olguin (Oregon State)
  14. Maxx Mayfield (Northwestern)
  15. Gerrit Nijenhuis (Oklahoma)
  16. Josh Ogunsanya (Columbia)
  17. Connor Brady (Virginia Tech)
  18. Tanner Cook (South Dakota State)
  19. Derek Gilcher (Indiana)
  20. Bryce Hepner (Ohio State)

174:

  1. Carter Starocci (Penn State)
  2. Chris Foca (Cornell)
  3. Mekhi Lewis (Virginia Tech)
  4. Shane Griffith (Michigan)
  5. Nelson Brands (Iowa)
  6. Edmond Ruth (Illinois)
  7. Peyton Mocco (Missouri)
  8. Carson Kharchla (Ohio State)
  9. Travis Wittlake (Oregon State)
  10. Justin McCoy (Virginia)
  11. Donnell Washington (Indiana)
  12. Cade DeVos (South Dakota State)
  13. Ben Pasiuk (Army West Point)
  14. Tate Picklo (Oklahoma)
  15. Lenox Wolak (Columbia)
  16. Phil Conigliaro (Harvard)
  17. Nick Incontrera (Penn)
  18. Michael O’Malley (Drexel)
  19. Andrew Sparks (Minnesota)
  20. John Worthing (Clarion)

184:

  1. Parker Keckeisen (Northern Iowa)
  2. Bernie Truax (Penn State)
  3. Trey Munoz (Oregon State)
  4. Dustin Plott (Oklahoma State)
  5. Will Feldkamp (Iowa State)
  6. Gavin Kane (North Carolina)
  7. Isaiah Salazar (Minnesota)
  8. Lenny Pinto (Nebraska)
  9. Brian Soldano (Rutgers)
  10. Abe Assad (Iowa)
  11. Gavin Hoffman (Ohio State)
  12. Layne Malczewski (Michigan State)
  13. Reece Heller (Pitt)
  14. Jonathan Loew (Cornell)
  15. Jacob Nolan (Binghamton)
  16. Bennett Berge (South Dakota State)
  17. Colton Hawks (Missouri)
  18. David Key (Navy)
  19. Caleb Hopkins (Campbell)
  20. Dylan Connell (Illinois)

197:

  1. Aaron Brooks (Penn State)
  2. Stephen Buchanan (Oklahoma)
  3. Tanner Sloan (South Dakota State)
  4. Rocky Elam (Missouri)
  5. Trent Hidlay (North Carolina State)
  6. Jacob Cardenas (Cornell)
  7. Michael Beard (Lehigh)
  8. Silas Allred (Nebraska)
  9. Jaxon Smith (Maryland)
  10. Luke Surber (Oklahoma State)
  11. John Poznanski (Rutgers)
  12. Luke Geog (Ohio State)
  13. Luke Stout (Princeton)
  14. Mac Stout (Pitt)
  15. Nick Stemmet (Stanford)
  16. Andy Smith (Virginia Tech)
  17. Evan Bockman (Utah Valley)
  18. Levi Hopkins (Campbell)
  19. Max Shaw (North Carolina)
  20. Cole Urbas (Penn)

285:

  1. Greg Kerkvliet (Penn State)
  2. Wyatt Hendrickson (Air Force)
  3. Tony Cassioppi (Iowa)
  4. Lucas Davison (Michigan)
  5. Zach Elam (Missouri)
  6. Cohlton Schultz (Arizona State)
  7. Yaraslau Slavikouski (Rutgers)
  8. Owen Trephan (North Carolina State)
  9. Dayton Pitzer (Pitt)
  10. Yonger Bastida (Iowa State)
  11. Lewis Fernandes (Cornell)
  12. Tyrell Gordon (Northern Iowa)
  13. Grady Griess (Navy)
  14. Josh Heindselman (Oklahoma)
  15. Taye Ghadiali (Campbell)
  16. Hunter Catka (Virginia Tech)
  17. Seth Nevills (Maryland)
  18. Luke Luffman (Illinois)
  19. Konner Doucet (Oklahoma State)
  20. Owen Pentz (Nebraska)

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