National Girls High School Rankings

Pound-For-Pound and Top 25 Rankings

National Wrestling Hall of Fame, USA Wrestling and FloWrestling has published its eighth national rankings for high school girls wrestlers for the 2020-21 season.

This ranking evaluates all girls enrolled in grades 8-12, and athletes from all 50 states are eligible for selection.

This will be the final ranking for the 2020-21 academic year, and is being posted prior to the biggest of the annual high school girls national competitions, the USMC Junior and 16U Nationals in Fargo, N.D., July 16-23. Numerous of the nationally-ranked wrestlers are already signed up for Fargo, with many, many more expected to be registered in the next two weeks.

A number of national events that impacted the rankings were held in June, led by the USA Wrestling Junior National Duals. In addition, a few of the last state high school girls championships were also hosted during the month.

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First National Girls High School Pound-For-Pound Rankings

The National Wrestling Hall of Fame, USA Wrestling and FloWrestling on Wednesday published their first Pound-For-Pound ranking, in which athletes from all weight classes are evaluated. This ranking evaluates all girls enrolled in grades 8-12, and athletes from all 50 states are eligible for selection.

The three organizations also partner on the National Girls High School Wrestling Rankings. The committee has noted that Pound-For-Pound rankings are often provided within boys high school wrestling, and that the girls high school wrestling community should also have this ranking. From this point on, whenever the National Girls High School Rankings are published, a Pound-For-Pound ranking will be included alongside the individual rankings in each weight class.

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National Girls High School Rankings

The National Wrestling Hall of Fame, USA Wrestling, and FloWrestling on Friday released the seventh national rankings for high school girls wrestlers for the 2020-21 season.

This ranking evaluates all girls enrolled in grades 8-12, and athletes from all 50 states are eligible for selection.

The biggest event that impacted the May rankings was the USA Wrestling Women’s Nationals, with three events that featured elite high school wrestlers, the UWW Junior Nationals, the UWW Cadet Nationals and the U15 Nationals. In addition, there has been a number of big dual meet events, including the Ultimate Club Duals and the Spartan Nationals. The NHSCA Nationals was also held, as well as a few remaining state high school tournaments.

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National Girls High School Rankings

The National Wrestling Hall of Fame, USA Wrestling and FloWrestling on Tuesday released the sixth national rankings for high school girls wrestlers for the 2020-21 season.

This ranking evaluates all girls enrolled in grades 8-12, and athletes from all 50 states are eligible for selection.

It has been a busy time for girls high school wrestlers. Since the last ranking in March, numerous states have completed their official or unofficial girls state championships. These state tournaments play an important role in setting the rankings during this time of the year.
In addition, the major spring and summer national championships have already begun. The two events that had a tremendous impact on the April rankings were USA Wrestling’s High School National Recruiting Showcase and the Girls Folkstyle Nationals, both held in Coralville, Iowa.

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National Girls High School Rankings

The National Wrestling Hall of Fame, USA Wrestling and FloWrestling on Friday released the newest national rankings for high school girls wrestlers for the 2020-21 season.
This ranking evaluates all girls enrolled in grades 8-12, and athletes from all 50 states are eligible for selection.

It has been a busy time in girls high school wrestling, with numerous states completing their season and hosting their girls state championships.

As of this week, the following states have already hosted their official state sanctioned championships, or their unofficial recognized state championships: Virginia, Kansas, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, South Dakota, Ohio, Utah, North Dakota, Florida, Montana, Idaho, Georgia, Nebraska, South Carolina, Iowa, Alabama and Indiana. The results from these state tournaments had major impact on this month’s rankings. There were also some big open high school events held during the month.

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Big Ten co-champs Iowa, Penn State close out year atop NWCA Coaches Poll

Manheim, Pennsylvania – A shortened 2020-21 Division I wrestling season came to a close with Iowa going wire-to-wire as the top dual meet team in the nation as the final NWCA Division I Wrestling Coaches Poll was released on Tuesday.

Match cancellations and no non-conference schedule left the top-ranked Hawkeyes with only five duals on the season – same as second-ranked Penn State. ACC regular season champions Virginia Tech finished the regular season third, followed by one-loss Michigan at No. 4 and unbeaten Missouri at No. 5. Oklahoma State, like Missouri, also finished 10-0. The Cowboys ended the season at No. 6.

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