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| Bryan Knepper

NCWA RANKINGS - February 1, 2022

The second of three NCWA Individual and Team Rankings have been released with Liberty the #1 team in the Men's Division and Grays Harbor the #1 team in the Women's Division. Note that the National Duals titles were won by Liberty University (Men) and Ottawa University - Arizona (Women).

Top spots in the Men's Division currently belong to Kameron Kempker (125-Sr, Grand Valley State), Rahsun Lawrence (133-Sr, East Carolina University), Jake Taylor (141-Sr, West Chester University), Ty'Rae Carter (149-Sr, Texas A&M), Calvin Kopstein (157-Jr, James Madison), David Over (165-So, Liberty), Seth Dominguez (174-So, Grand Valley State), Seth Konynenbelt (184-Jr, Grand Valley State), Sione Halo (197, So-Grays Harbor College), Jeff Allen (235-Jr, Liberty), and Frederick Weaver (285-So, Liberty).

****Updated Rankings for the Men's Division can be found here:

Top spots in the Women's Division currently belong to Hermelinda Mendoza (101-So, Ottawa-Arizona), Daniela Suttles (109-So, Grand Canyon University), Kira Emma (116-Sr, Texas-Arlington), Erin Aragon (123-Sr, The Apprentice School), Serenity Thomas (130-So, University of Toledo), Tatum Pine (136-So, Grays Harbor College), Grace Miller (143-So, Grays Harbor College), Alexis Pfarrer (155-So, Dixie State University), Avery Ackerman (170-So, Big Bend CC), Lavenia Fotu (191-So, Grays Harbor College), and Quinn Lacy (235-So, Grays Harbor College).

****Updated Rankings for the Women's Divsion can be found here:

The final rankings of the season before the National Tournament are schedule to come out on March 1, 2022.


A total of 491 bids were given out in the NCWA Men's Division. The NCWA Women's Division is required to compete in Conference tournaments but will only serve for seeding purposes as all NCWA women will advance to the National tournament. The NCWA tournament is the largest college tournament in the nation with bracket sizes averaging ~45 men per bracket.

Great Lakes Conference (GLC) - 4 Auto-bids plus 8 Wild Cards (52 total qualifiers)

Mid-Atlantic Conference (MAC) - 6 Auto / 10 WC (76)

Mideast Conference (MEC) - 6 Auto / 10 WC (76)

Northeast Conference (NEC) - 6 Auto / 11 WC (77) - maximum allotment based on number of athletes

Northwest Conference (NWC) - 5 Auto / 10 WC (65)

Southeast Conference (SEC) - 3 Auto / 7 WC (40)

Southwest Conference (SWC) - 3 Auto / 6 WC (39)

West Coast Conference (WCC) - 5 Auto / 11 WC (66)