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WrestleStat Rankings | Week 17 2020

These are the final regular-season rankings for 2020. At 149, Pat Lugo’s pin over #6 Boo Lewallen propelled him up 2 spots to finish at #2. Wyatt Sheets (157) moved up 9 spots to #7 after his upset win over [now] #4 Kaleb Young. Lastly, at 197, West Virginia’s Noah Adams moves up 1 more spot to close out his undefeated regular season ranked #2.

Don’t forget that WrestleStat’s RPI rankings are now including the official coaches ranking, so all 3 of the major determining factors for Nationals/seeding is all reflected on a single page, RPI, Coaches Ranking, and winning percentage. Be sure to check those out!

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WrestleStat Rankings | Week 16 2020

 

Last week after the official Coaches Rankings was released, we made some enhancements to our RPI Rankings page. It now displays the WrestleStat RPI, Official Coaches Rankings, along with the Win% and records. This should give fans a one-stop-shop to look at the different criteria used for seeding come tournament time.

In tournament rankings this week, Princeton moved up another spot and is now in the top 5. The top 3 remain the same, with Iowa, Penn State, and then Ohio State. At number 4, Wisconsin slides up 1 spot from last week.

Individual rankings didn’t see too drastic of changes: Jacob Schwarm of UNI moved up 3 spots to #9 after his pin of Alex Mackall (Iowa State). At 141, Mitch McKee moved down 1 spot after getting upset by Max Murin, although Murin did not move up in the rankings, though his ELO rating definitely went up 10 points. Samuel Colbray moved up 8 spots to #9 after his big upset win over Bryce Steiert (UNI) last weekend.

If you want to see all of the weights in a single view, or if you want to share the rankings pages, try checking out the “One-Page-Ranking” here: One-Page-Rankings

Here’s the full list of rankings

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WrestleStat Rankings | Week 15 2020

Our big news in rankings this week is the fact that Matthew Kolodzik has come out of his Olympic/Gray shirt status and is into the ranks at 149. He debuts at #3, behind #1 O’Connor, and #2 Sasso. He’s actually wrestled in two tournaments, and two duals this season and already has 10 matches on his resume, so not far off the 15-match minimum required to receive an RPI ranking.

We are nearing the end of the regular season, which means the RPI rankings are getting more and more interesting. Of all ten weights, there’s an average of only 1 or 2, per weight, for wrestlers in the top 15 that still down have their 15-match minimum requirement met.

 

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WrestleStat Rankings | Week 14 2020

There were some shakeups in the rankings this week, but probably not the ones that everyone was wanting/expecting.

Mark Hall is still #1 at 174 because he had a sizable lead to begin with (aka stellar career), RBY did NOT flip-flop with DeSanto, although his ELO rating DID jump considerably, and Cassioppi is still ranked #4 at heavyweight (behind 4-loss Stencel).

Some wrestlers that DID move up in the rankings after some big wins: 165 Zach Hartman moved up 5 spots to #9 after his FALL over #13 Kennedy Monday, 184 Aaron Brooks moved up 4 spots to #6 after his big win over #7 Abe Assad, and Rocky Jordan moved up 12 spots to #13 following his win over Taylor Venz of Nebraska.

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