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Two Teams Remain Undefeated and Wyoming joins the Top 10

Tammy Tedesco

2/7/2012 9:17:46 PM

Oklahoma State unanimously holds the No. 1 spot NWCA/USA Today Division I Coaches Poll, for the fifth straight week.

 

This week, Wyoming moves into the Top 10 for the first time this season.

 

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

 

No. 1 ranked Oklahoma State and No. 3 ranked Cornell remain the only two undefeated teams, as week twelve of the season comes to an end.

 

Out of the Top 25, the following teams will be competing in the NWCA/Cliff Keen National Duals starting on February 11 (in order by rank): Oklahoma State, Cornell, Minnesota, Iowa, Ohio State, Illinois, Nebraska, Wyoming, Michigan, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kent State, Oregon State, Virginia Tech, and Central Michigan.

 

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 (10) 250 1 12-0
2 Penn State  236 2 11-1
3 Cornell 226 3 9-0
4 Minnesota 218 4 10-3
5 Iowa    216 5 11-3
6 Ohio State 201 6 11-3
7 Illinois 186 8 14-2
8 Nebraska 180 7 14-3
9 Pittsburgh 168 9 12-1
10 Wyoming 155 11 6-2
11 Michigan 142 12 6-5
12 Oklahoma   137 10 12-3
13 Missouri 134 13 11-3
14 Kent State 129 T14 12-4
15 Lehigh 113 T14 9-5
16 Oregon State 94 16 9-2
17 Maryland 78 17 13-1
18 Northwestern 76 19 8-4
19 Binghamton 60 18 12-4
T20 Edinboro 59 21 8-2
T20 Virginia   59 20 8-1
22 Hofstra 40 23 10-1
T23 Old Dominion 33 25 12-8
T23 Virginia Tech 33 24 7-4
25 Central Michigan 17 22 13-6

Others Receiving Votes: American and Chattanooga.

 

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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Two Teams Remain Undefeated and Wyoming joins the Top 10

by Tammy Tedesco | Feb 07, 2012
Oklahoma State unanimously holds the No. 1 spot NWCA/USA Today Division I Coaches Poll, for the fifth straight week.

Oklahoma State unanimously holds the No. 1 spot NWCA/USA Today Division I Coaches Poll, for the fifth straight week.

 

This week, Wyoming moves into the Top 10 for the first time this season.

 

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

 

No. 1 ranked Oklahoma State and No. 3 ranked Cornell remain the only two undefeated teams, as week twelve of the season comes to an end.

 

Out of the Top 25, the following teams will be competing in the NWCA/Cliff Keen National Duals starting on February 11 (in order by rank): Oklahoma State, Cornell, Minnesota, Iowa, Ohio State, Illinois, Nebraska, Wyoming, Michigan, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kent State, Oregon State, Virginia Tech, and Central Michigan.

 

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 (10) 250 1 12-0
2 Penn State  236 2 11-1
3 Cornell 226 3 9-0
4 Minnesota 218 4 10-3
5 Iowa    216 5 11-3
6 Ohio State 201 6 11-3
7 Illinois 186 8 14-2
8 Nebraska 180 7 14-3
9 Pittsburgh 168 9 12-1
10 Wyoming 155 11 6-2
11 Michigan 142 12 6-5
12 Oklahoma   137 10 12-3
13 Missouri 134 13 11-3
14 Kent State 129 T14 12-4
15 Lehigh 113 T14 9-5
16 Oregon State 94 16 9-2
17 Maryland 78 17 13-1
18 Northwestern 76 19 8-4
19 Binghamton 60 18 12-4
T20 Edinboro 59 21 8-2
T20 Virginia   59 20 8-1
22 Hofstra 40 23 10-1
T23 Old Dominion 33 25 12-8
T23 Virginia Tech 33 24 7-4
25 Central Michigan 17 22 13-6

Others Receiving Votes: American and Chattanooga.

 

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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