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edition of the NCWA Individual and Team Rankings have arrived just in time to
be placed under the Christmas tree. For
full rankings click on the following link via Dropbox: NCWA Rankings 12.22.16. There aren’t as many changes at the top of
the weight classes this month as the top guys have established themselves
pretty well heading into the Winter break.
One thing is clear, with five #1 ranked wrestlers, Emmanuel College
(Franklin Springs, GA) is the team to beat this season in the NCWA.
remained the same at 125 lbs. Byron
The recent Spokane Open (Spokane, WA) proved the significant impact that the NCWA teams have had during the past five years. There were 9 NCWA teams and over 25% of the total entries in the tournament were from NCWA teams.
The MIT Wrestling Team traveled to the Ted Reese Invitational in Gorham Maine on December 3rd. MIT finished in 10th place. Senior, captain, Joe Lowman won the 197 pound weight class in dominating fashion. Joe was 3 and 0 on the day with 1 technical fall and 2 pins. This is Joe’s first tournament win. Joe was on a mission. He was attacking and pressuring his opponents right off the whistle and would not let up until the match was over. Coach Bosco said this is the best Joe has looked in his 4 years at MIT. Junior, Matt Chun was 1 and 2 on the...
The Colorado State University club wrestling team was home this weekend as they hosted nine teams from around the country for the Colorado State NCWA Invite at the Glenn Morris Field House. It was a special opportunity for the program, as they were able to welcome back several CSU alumni wrestlers as well as youth wrestlers.
“Being able to host a tournament on campus in Fort Collins is very exciting for us,” head coach Kendall DeJonge said. “it is a great opportunity for us to connect with the Fort Collins community and wrestling community.”
The University of Akron hosted a tri match this past Saturday, November 19th against Grand Valley State University and Penn State-DuBois. Last season both teams beat Akron by wide margins, but this time Akron came away with two dual wins, defeating GVSU 37-24 and beating PSU-DuBois 39-11.