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Oklahoma State Takes the Lead

by Tammy Tedesco | Jan 10, 2012
Oklahoma State unanimously takes the No. 1 spot NWCA/USA Today Division I Coaches Poll, after defeating former No. 1 Iowa, this weekend 17-16 on criteria. That victory stopped the Hawkeyes win streak of 84 consecutive wins.

Oklahoma State unanimously takes the No. 1 spot NWCA/USA Today Division I Coaches Poll, after defeating former No. 1 Iowa, this weekend 17-16 on criteria. That victory stopped the Hawkeyes win streak of 84 consecutive wins.

Nebraska made the biggest jump of the week into the Top 10, moving from No. 14 to No. 7, by beating No. 8 Ohio State 18-16. The Huskers currently hold a 10-0 record on the season.

Rounding out this week’s Top 10 are: Oklahoma State, Iowa, Penn State, Minnesota, Cornell, Illinois, Nebraska, Ohio State, Missouri and Pittsburgh.

Making some movement in the Top 20 are the University of Wyoming Cowboys, they jump to No. 13 after an 18-17 victory over former Top 10 opponent Oklahoma (No. 12).

The NWCA/USA Today Division I Team Coaches Poll Committee is made up of one coach from each conference.  A number one ranking is worth 25 points and a number 25 ranking is worth one point.

This poll is based on a dual meet ranking.

A new poll will be released every Tuesday from now until the week of the NCAA Division I Wrestling Tournament and can be found at www.nwcaonline.com.   

NWCA/USA Today Division I Team Coaches Poll

Rank

School

Total

Prev. Rank

Record

1

Oklahoma State  

250

2

6-0

2

Iowa  

240

1

7-1

3

Penn State

223

T4

5-1

4

Minnesota

222

3

5-2

5

Cornell

215

T4

1-0

6

Illinois

193

7

10-1

7

Nebraska

173

14

10-0

8

Ohio State

168

6

5-2

9

Missouri

156

11

6-1

10

Pittsburgh

147

10

5-0

11

Michigan

146

8

3-2

12

Oklahoma 

143

9

4-2

13

Wyoming

142

18

1-2

14

Maryland

135

13

10-0

15

Lehigh

122

12

5-3

16

Oregon State

93

T15

5-1

T17

Northwestern

84

17

5-1

T17

Virginia Tech

84

T15

2-2

19

Central Michigan

65

19

10-2

20

Rutgers

63

20

7-1

21

Virginia 

47

21

3-1

22

Kent State

47

22

4-4

23

Edinboro

34

24

2-1

24

Binghamton

31

23

8-0

25

Hofstra

13

25

3-0

 

 

 

 

 

Others Receiving Votes: American, Arizona State, Cal Poly, Penn and Purdue.

The National Wrestling Coaches Association, established in 1928, is a non-profit organization for the advancement of all levels of the sport of wrestling with primary emphasis on developing coaches who work in academic environments.   The membership embraces all people interested in amateur wrestling.

The three core competencies of the NWCA are:
Coaching Development, student-athlete welfare, and promotion of wrestling.

           

 

 

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    Oklahoma State Takes the Lead

    by Tammy Tedesco | Jan 10, 2012
    Oklahoma State unanimously takes the No. 1 spot NWCA/USA Today Division I Coaches Poll, after defeating former No. 1 Iowa, this weekend 17-16 on criteria. That victory stopped the Hawkeyes win streak of 84 consecutive wins.

    Oklahoma State unanimously takes the No. 1 spot NWCA/USA Today Division I Coaches Poll, after defeating former No. 1 Iowa, this weekend 17-16 on criteria. That victory stopped the Hawkeyes win streak of 84 consecutive wins.

    Nebraska made the biggest jump of the week into the Top 10, moving from No. 14 to No. 7, by beating No. 8 Ohio State 18-16. The Huskers currently hold a 10-0 record on the season.

    Rounding out this week’s Top 10 are: Oklahoma State, Iowa, Penn State, Minnesota, Cornell, Illinois, Nebraska, Ohio State, Missouri and Pittsburgh.

    Making some movement in the Top 20 are the University of Wyoming Cowboys, they jump to No. 13 after an 18-17 victory over former Top 10 opponent Oklahoma (No. 12).

    The NWCA/USA Today Division I Team Coaches Poll Committee is made up of one coach from each conference.  A number one ranking is worth 25 points and a number 25 ranking is worth one point.

    This poll is based on a dual meet ranking.

    A new poll will be released every Tuesday from now until the week of the NCAA Division I Wrestling Tournament and can be found at www.nwcaonline.com.   

    NWCA/USA Today Division I Team Coaches Poll

    Rank

    School

    Total

    Prev. Rank

    Record

    1

    Oklahoma State  

    250

    2

    6-0

    2

    Iowa  

    240

    1

    7-1

    3

    Penn State

    223

    T4

    5-1

    4

    Minnesota

    222

    3

    5-2

    5

    Cornell

    215

    T4

    1-0

    6

    Illinois

    193

    7

    10-1

    7

    Nebraska

    173

    14

    10-0

    8

    Ohio State

    168

    6

    5-2

    9

    Missouri

    156

    11

    6-1

    10

    Pittsburgh

    147

    10

    5-0

    11

    Michigan

    146

    8

    3-2

    12

    Oklahoma 

    143

    9

    4-2

    13

    Wyoming

    142

    18

    1-2

    14

    Maryland

    135

    13

    10-0

    15

    Lehigh

    122

    12

    5-3

    16

    Oregon State

    93

    T15

    5-1

    T17

    Northwestern

    84

    17

    5-1

    T17

    Virginia Tech

    84

    T15

    2-2

    19

    Central Michigan

    65

    19

    10-2

    20

    Rutgers

    63

    20

    7-1

    21

    Virginia 

    47

    21

    3-1

    22

    Kent State

    47

    22

    4-4

    23

    Edinboro

    34

    24

    2-1

    24

    Binghamton

    31

    23

    8-0

    25

    Hofstra

    13

    25

    3-0

     

     

     

     

     

    Others Receiving Votes: American, Arizona State, Cal Poly, Penn and Purdue.

    The National Wrestling Coaches Association, established in 1928, is a non-profit organization for the advancement of all levels of the sport of wrestling with primary emphasis on developing coaches who work in academic environments.   The membership embraces all people interested in amateur wrestling.

    The three core competencies of the NWCA are:
    Coaching Development, student-athlete welfare, and promotion of wrestling.

               

     

     

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