2021-22 NAIA Women’s Wrestling Coaches’ Poll – No. 3 (December 30th)

Courtesy of the NAIA – Link

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – In the last NAIA Women’s Wrestling Coaches’ Top 20 Poll, a new team leaps up the leaderboard in Campbellsville University (Ky.). Life (Ga.) and Southern Oregon remain second and third respectively while Texas Wesleyan creeps up a single spot. The previous number one, Grand View (Iowa), rounds out the Top Five.

Poll Methodology

➤ The poll was voted upon by a panel of head coaches representing each of the five conferences.

➤ Two days prior to the national poll, each qualifying group rater submits the top six individuals from each weight class in his conference into the system. Only wrestlers listed on a conference ballot are considered for the national ballot.

➤ The top 20 individuals in each weight class is based on how each voter ranks the best individuals. An individual receives 20 points for each first place vote, 19 for second place and so on through the list. This same point system is used to determine the team ranking.

➤ The postseason poll is determined using the individual and team results from the national championship

➤ For the complete Top 20 calendar, click here.

RankTeamLeague Points
1Campbellsville UniversityMid-South166
2Life UniversityMid-South155
3Southern Oregon UniversityCascade152
4Texas WesleyanSooner147
5Grand ViewHeart142
6Menlo CollegeCascade122
7University of the CumberlandsMid-South99
8University of JamestownKCAC96
9Baker UniversitySooner95
10Wayland Baptist UniversityHeart91
11Indiana TechMid-South85
11Missouri Baptist UniversitySooner85
13University of ProvidenceCascade81
14Midland UniversityKCAC74
15Lyon CollegeSooner66
16Eastern Oregon UniversityCascade65
17Oklahoma City UniversitySooner54
18Corban (Ore.)Cascade41
19Iowa WesleyanHeart38
20Brewton-Parker CollegeMid-South37

Receiving Votes: Missouri Valley 33; Hastings (Neb.) 30; Central Methodist (Mo.) 25; Ottawa (Kan.) 19; Simpson (Calif.) 17; Saint Mary (Kan.) 15; York (Neb.) 14; William Penn (Iowa) 12; Avila (Mo.) 11; Waldorf (Iowa) 4; St. Andrews (N.C.) 2

Top-ranked Individuals | Individual Rankings
101 – Iverly Navarro, University of Providence (Mont.)
109 – Peyton Prussin, Life University (Ga.)
116 – McKayla Campbell, Campbellsville University (Ky.)
123 – Nichole Moore, Baker University (Kan.)
130 – Mea Mohler, Texas Wesleyan
136 – Lexi Basham, Texas Wesleyan
143 – Destiny Lyng, Oklahoma City University
155 – Sienna Ramirez, Southern Oregon University
170 – Brittyn Corbishley, Texas Wesleyan
191 – Jesse Kirby, Corbett, University of the Cumberlands (Tenn.)

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