Mott Community College News

January 26, 2019

Mott tops East Carolina for Regional Duals Title

Mott Community College went 4-0 on the day, topping East Carolina University 38-18 in the Championship Dual. The University of Akron beat Penn State University WC 31-30 on tiebreaker criteria in the third place dual, and Macomb Community College beat University of Michigan WC 36-24 for fifth.

January 25, 2019

Akron Hosts NCWA Regional Duals on Saturday

The University of Akron will host the NCWA Regional Duals at 9 a.m. Saturday at Springfield High School in Akron. 

At present nine schools are in the bracket at one of the NCWA's three championship events - Akron, East Carolina, James Madison, Macomb CC, Michigan WC, Mott CC, Penn State WC, Slippery Rock and Temple. (Continued)

January 17, 2019

Men's Rankings and D1 / D2 Team Rankings - 1.15.19

The Men's individual rankings can be found on this website under the RANKINGS header.

While published on this site on January 15, 2019, the rankings can also be found with HERE.

Of note, Apprentice holds on to the #1 spot, despite losing in a dual at the Virginia Duals to #2 Liberty.  These rankings are projections for the National Championship in March.  Additional points will be added after the completion of the National Duals which are applied to the Grand National Championship standings.  The remaining top-10 are #3 Springfield Tech, #4 Grand Valley State, #5-t Mott CC (up 4 spots), #5-t Central Florida, #7 Toledo, #8 Grays Harbor, #9 North Texas, and #10 Middle Tennessee State.

The D-2 team rankings see two teams tied for the #1 spot with East Carolina and West Chester.  The top-5 are rounded off by #3 Texas A&M, #4 Penn State WC, and #5 Western Washington.

Individually, there are two new #1s with Jerron Thomas (Sr, 184, Mott) returning to the lineup after a 2nd place finish in 2018 and Jesse Gaudin (Sr, 285, UCF) also returning to try to become the next 4x All-American after finishing 4th in '18, 2nd in '17, and 2nd in '16.

The remaining #1 wrestlers are: 125 - Colton Messick (Jr, Apprentice), 133 - Brendan Hazelton (Sr, Grand Valley State), 141 - Tyler Sage (Sr, Florida), 149 - Zach Blevins (So, Toledo), 157 - Dan Ritz (Sr, Penn State WC), 165 - Chad Simmons (Sr, Apprentice), 174 - Jacob Berry (So, Springfield Tech), 197 - Austin Amos (Sr, Liberty), and 235 - Jeff Allen (Fr, Liberty).

The next rankings are scheduled for release after the completion of the National and Regional Duals in Mesquite, NV and Akron, OH, respectively on Jan 25-26, 2019.

November 23, 2018

NCWA Men's Rankings - 11.23.18

Now that our wrestlers have gotten the chance to go home and stuff their faces, we can all sit back and enjoy the new rankings!  Time to get off the couch and work your way on up or fend off those coming for the #1 spot!

December 06, 2017

2018 NCWA National Duals Competitors Set!

The 2018 NCWA National Duals field has officially been selected! The event will take place at the LaHaye Ice Center on the campus of Liberty University on January 26-27, 2018.

Emmanuel and Liberty will look for a rematch in the finals while Washington State will be making its first appearance at the duals.  Three other teams return from a hiatus with RPI being back for the first time since the 2009 event.

October 26, 2017

2017-18 NCWA Preseason Individual and Team Rankings Released!

NCWA-D1 #1 ranked Central Florida looks tough leading into the 2017-18 season with several returning All-Americans including three #1 ranked wrestlers at 125, 133, and 285.  They will get a tough challenge in the first weekend as they visit #2 MTSU for the Blue Raider Invite in Murfreesboro, TN.  Rounding out the top-10 are #3 Grand Valley State, #4 Emmanuel College (the two-time defending D1 champs), #5 Springfield Tech, #6 Apprentice, #7 Toledo, #8 Liberty, #9 Alfred State, Brigham Young, and Maine.

November 06, 2016

GLC Teams Fare Well at Rugged Ben McMullen Open

Competing against mostly NJCAA and NCAA D3 programs, five teams from the Great Lakes Conference claimed fifteen spots in the semifinals, nine spots in championship bouts, and four titles, two from GVSU and one each from Henry Ford College and Mott Community College.