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  • Compiled Team and Individual rankings Dec 22 2005

    I used the newest (as of 12/22/05) rankings from the Wrestling Report, Intermat, WIN, AWN, and the Wrestling Mall to compile individual rankings (bottom half of this post). Let me know if you want details of the method of compilation conquistadors@hotmail.com. From there, I used the tournament distribution of points [20,16, 14, 12, 10, 9, 7, 6, 4,4,4,4,3,3,3,3,2,2,2,2, 1,1,1,1 for 1st through 24th] to produce team scores.

    One thing that is always evident when I do this type of analysis is just how hard it is to have good teams. This is why I all-too-often make curmudgeonly remarks to posters who claim that their team “should” be so much better. The competition is tough!

    Among interesting results are just how strong of a tournament team Iowa appears to be.

    With 58 teams “scoring points” (a pretty good approximation to what actually happens), this means that one-third of Div I teams do not have one single wrestler in the top 24 in the country. A sobering thought.
    Note that potential top performers Chris Fleeger and John Masa are not included.

    If I’ve tallied points in error, I apologize.

    Team rank, points, name, (# wrestlers in top 24, AA= # of All-Americans)

    01 103 Oklahoma State (9, AA=7)
    02 76 Iowa (7, AA=5)
    03 70 Oklahoma (8, AA=5)
    04 68 Michigan (9, AA=5)
    05 62 Illinois (7, AA=3)
    06 58 Minnesota (9, AA=4)
    07 55 Iowa State (4, AA=4)
    08 50 Penn State (8, AA=2)
    09 44 Central Michigan (8, AA=2)
    09 44 Northwestern (7, AA=4)
    11 42 Lehigh (7, AA=2)
    12 41 Arizona State (6, AA=3)
    12 41 Indiana (5, AA=3)
    12 41 Missouri (8, AA=2)
    15 39 Edinboro (5, AA=2)
    16 38 Cornell (6, AA=3)
    17 37 Wisconsin (7, AA=2)
    18 35 Michigan State (5, AA=3)
    19 30 Nebraska (7, AA=2)
    20 25 Cal Poly (4, AA=1)
    21 23 American (3, AA=2)
    22 20 Purdue (3, AA=1)
    22 20 West Virginia (5, AA=1)
    24 19 Hofstra (5, AA=1)
    25 17 Buffalo (3, AA=1)
    26 15 Cal-Davis (4, AA=1)
    26 15 North Carolina (3, AA=1)
    28 14 Harvard (4, AA=1)
    28 14 Oregon (3, AA=1)
    30 13 Boise State (4)
    30 13 Northern Illinois (6)
    32 12 North Carolina-Greensboro (4)
    32 12 Stanford (3, AA=1)
    34 11 Northern Iowa (4, AA=1)
    34 11 Penn (4, AA=1)
    36 10 UT-Chattanooga (2, AA=1)
    36 10 Columbia (1, AA=1)
    36 10 Navy (2, AA=1)
    36 10 Virginia Tech (4)
    40 07 Lock Haven (3)
    40 07 Ohio State (4)
    42 06 Bloomsburg (2)
    42 06 Kent State (3)
    42 06 Pittsburgh (3)
    45 05 Air Force (3)
    45 05 Oregon State (3)
    47 04 Cleveland State (3)
    47 04 Eastern Illinois (1)
    47 04 Sacred Heart (4)
    50 03 The Citadel (1)
    50 03 North Carolina State (1)
    5202 Cal-Bakersfield (2)
    52 02 Eastern Michigan (1)
    52 02 Rider (1)
    52 02 Rutgers (2)
    52 02 Wyoming (2)
    57 01 Drexel (1)
    57 01 Fresno State (1)

    125:
    1) Joe Dubuque-Indiana
    2) Kyle Ott-Illinois
    3) Sam Hazewinkel-Oklahoma
    4) Nick Simmons-Michigan State
    5) Troy Nickerson-Cornell
    6) Jeremy Mendoza-Arizona State
    7) Coleman Scott-Oklahoma State
    8 ) John Velez-Northwestern
    9) Chad Mendes-Cal-Poly
    10) Tanner Gardner-Stanford
    11) Joe Kemmerer-NC-Greensboro
    12) Luke Smith/Matt Steintrager-Central Michigan
    13) Obe Blanc-Lock Haven
    14) Mike Sees-Bloomsburg
    15) Paul Donahoe-Nebraska
    16) Drew Forshey-North Carolina
    17) Austin DeVoe-Missouri
    18 ) Pat Castillo-Northern Illinois
    19) Brandon Strong- Air Force
    20) Collin Cudd-Wisconsin
    21) Bryce Leonhardt-Wyoming
    22) Domingues/Lang-Minnesota
    23) Ricky Deubel-Edinboro
    24) Steve Mytych-Drexel

    133:
    1) Shawn Bunch-Edinboro
    2) Tom Clum-Wisconsin
    3) Darrell Vasquez-Cal-Poly
    4) Mack Reiter-Minnesota
    5) Nathan Morgan-Oklahoma State
    6) Evan Sola-North Carolina
    7) Matt Keller-Chattanooga
    8 ) Matt Valenti-Penn
    9) Robbie Preston-Harvard
    10) Scott Jorgensen-Boise State
    11) Jason Borrelli-Central Michigan
    12) Mike Mormile-Cornell
    13) Mark Moos-Michigan
    14) Jake Strayer-Penn State
    15) Mark Budd-Buffalo
    16) Justin Pearch-Oregon
    17) Tyler McCormick-Missouri
    18 ) Jeff Santo-Lehigh
    19) Andrae Hernandez-Indiana
    20) Seth Lisa-West Virginia
    21) Daniel Dennis-Iowa
    22) Drew Headlee-Pittsburgh
    23) Reece Humphrey-Ohio State
    24) Andrew Hiatt-Northern Illinois

    141:
    1) Nate Gallick-Iowa State
    2) Teyon Ware-Oklahoma
    3) Cory Cooperman-Lehigh
    4) Andy Simmons-Michigan State
    5) Josh Churella-Michigan
    6) Derek Moore-Cal-Davis
    7) Ryan Lang-Northwestern
    8 ) Daniel Frishkorn-Oklahoma State
    9) David Hoffman-Virginia Tech
    10) Alex Tsirtsis-Iowa
    11) Josh Wooton-Northern Illinois
    12) Brandon Rader-West Virginia
    13) Michael Keefe-Chattanooga
    14) Dewitt Driscoll-Penn State
    15) Sean Markey-The Citadel
    16) Cassio Pero-Illinois
    17) Ron Tarquinio-Pittsburgh
    18 ) Kevin Artis-NC-Greensboro
    19) Dominick Moyer-Nebraska
    20) Max Meltzer-Harvard
    21) Chris McCormick-Missouri
    22) C.J. Ettelson-Northern Iowa
    23) Charles Griffin-Hofstra
    24) Manuel Rivera-Minnesota

    149:
    1) Zach Esposito-Oklahoma State
    2) Ty Eustice-Iowa
    3) Gregor Gillespie-Edinboro
    4) Eric Tannenbaum-Michigan
    5) Mark DiSalvo-Central Michigan
    6) Tyler Turner-Wisconsin
    7) Matt Storniolo-Oklahoma
    8 ) Dustin Schlatter-Minnesota
    9) Doug Withstandley-Purdue
    10) James Woodall-Penn State
    11) Mike Grimes-Northern Illinois
    12) Darren McKnight-Michigan State
    13) Chinn-Lehigh
    14) Josh Medina-Lock Haven
    15) John Cox-Navy
    16) Pat Payne-Arizona State
    17) Jermaine Thompson-Eastern Michigan
    18 ) David Jauregui-West Virginia
    19) Jeff Jaggers-Ohio State
    20) Tyde Prater-Virginia Tech
    21) Matt Dragon-Penn
    22) Jason Bake-Kent State
    23) Ryan Hurley-Cleveland State
    24) Anthony Baza-Cal-Bakersfield

    157:
    1) Alex Tirapelle-Illinois
    2) Trent Paulson-Iowa State
    3) Joe Johnston-Iowa
    4) Brandon Becker-Indiana
    5) Matt Lebe-West Virginia
    6) Brian Stith-Arizona State
    7) C.P. Schlatter-Minnesota
    8 ) Steve Luke-Michigan
    9) Dustin Manotti-Cornell
    10) Craig Henning-Wisconsin
    11) Kevin Ward-Oklahoma State
    12) Derek Zinck-Lehigh
    13) Ben Cherrington-Boise State
    14) Eric Neil-Central Michigan
    15) Nathan Galloway-Penn State
    16) Chris Bitetto-Northern Iowa
    17) Tony Hook-Oregon State
    18 ) James Strouse-Hofstra
    19) James Williamson-Missouri
    20) Chris Oliver-Nebraska
    21) Gene Zannetti-Penn
    22) Seth Martin-Lock Haven
    23) Kurt Gross-Kent State
    24) Tony Greathouse-Michigan State

    165:
    1) Ryan Churella-Michigan
    2) Johny Hendricks-Oklahoma State
    3) Troy Letters-Lehigh
    4) Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov-American
    5) Matt Pell-Missouri
    6) Travis Paulson-Iowa State
    7) Joey Bracamonte-Oregon
    8 ) Nick Baima-Northern Iowa
    9) Matt Nagel-Minnesota
    10) Pat Pitsch-Arizona State
    11) Steve Anceravage-Cornell
    12) Mike Poeta-Illinois
    13) Justin Nestor-Pittsburgh
    14) James Bertulis-Bloomsburg
    15) Jarrod King-Oklahoma
    16) Will Durkee-Northwestern
    17) Marc Harwood-Nebraska
    18 ) Mickey Moran-Buffalo
    19) Beau Tresemer-Air Force
    20) Frank Richmond-Cal-Davis
    21) Jake Donar-Wisconsin
    22) Chris Vondruska-Hofstra
    23) Shane Seibert-Fresno State
    24) Ray Blake-Stanford

    174:
    1) Ben Askren-Missouri
    2) Mark Perry-Iowa
    3) Jake Herbert-Northwestern
    4) Mike Patrovich-Hofstra
    5) Matt Palmer-Columbia
    6) Jacob Klein-Nebraska
    7) Imad Kharbush-Stanford
    8 ) R. J. Boudro-Michigan State
    9) Ken Robertson-Eastern Illinois
    10) James Yonushonis-Penn State
    11) Brandon Mason-Oklahoma State
    12) Travis Frick-Lehigh
    13) Wes Roberts-Oklahoma
    14) Gabe Dretsch-Minnesota
    15) Kelly Flaherty-Wisconsin
    16) Don Reynolds-Illinois
    17) Ken Cook-Cal-Davis
    18 ) Kurt Brenner-West Virginia
    19) Blake Mauer-Ohio State
    20) Brandon Sinnott-Central Michigan
    21) Nick Roy-Michigan
    22) Christian Arellano-Cal-Bakersfield
    23) Danny Burke-Northern Illinois
    24) Eric Ring-Edinboro

    184:
    1) Eric Bradley-Penn State
    2) Paul Bradley-Iowa
    3) Ben Wissel-Purdue
    4) Pete Friedl-Illinois
    5) Kurt Backes-Iowa State
    6) Joe Mazzurco-Cornell
    7) Josh Glenn-American
    8 ) Mike Tamillow-Northwestern
    9) Shane Webster-Oregon
    10) Roger Kish-Minnesota
    11) Alex Camargo-Kent State
    12) Ryan Halsey-Cal-Poly
    13) Justin Dyer-Oklahoma
    14) Joe Rovelli-Hofstra
    15) Alex Clemsen-Edinboro
    16) Dustin Wiles-Penn
    17) Louis Caputo-Harvard
    18 ) Rudy Medini-Rutgers
    19) Tyler Bernacchi-Cal-Davis
    20) Christian Sinnott-Central Michigan
    21) Ron Howard-Cleveland State
    22) Tyrell Todd-Michigan
    23) Steve Borja-Virginia Tech
    24) Raymond Jordan-Missouri

    197:
    1) Jake Rosholt-Oklahoma State
    2) Wynn Michalak-Central Michigan
    3) Joel Flaggert-Oklahoma
    4) Kyle Cerminara-Buffalo
    5) B.J. Padden-Nebraska
    6) Phil Davis-Penn State
    7) Jerry Rinaldi-Cornell
    8 ) Brady Richardson-Indiana
    9) Ryan Bader-Arizona State
    10) Matt Delguyd-Northwestern
    11) Casey Phelps-Boise State
    12) Tyrone Byrd-Illinois
    13) Matt Monteiro-Cal-Poly
    14) Ryan Goodman-North Carolina State
    15) Darren Burns-NC-Greensboro
    16) Jeff Foust-Missouri
    17) T.J. Morrison-Rider
    18 ) Joe Dennis-Cleveland State
    19) Nathan Moore-Purdue
    20) Dallas Herbst-Wisconsin
    21) Brendan McLean-Air Force
    22) Casey White-Michigan
    23) Matt Cassidy/Paul Weibel-Lehigh
    24) Dan Pitsch-Oregon State

    HWY:
    1) Cole Konrad-Minnesota
    2) Steve Mocco-Oklahoma State
    3) Greg Wagner-Michigan
    4) Cain Velasquez-Arizona State
    5) Jake Hager-Oklahoma
    6) Matt Fields-Iowa
    7) Tanner Garrett-Navy
    8 ) Bode Ogunwole-Harvard
    9) Dustin Fox-Northwestern
    10) Payam Zarrinpour-Sacred Heart
    11) Adam LoPiccolo-American
    12) Joel Edwards/Aaron Anspach-Penn State
    13) Spencer Nadolsky-North Carolina
    14) Bubba Gritter-Central Michigan
    15) Mike Faust-Virginia Tech
    16) Tyler Shovlin-NC-Greensboro
    17) Ty Watterson-Oregon State
    18 ) Jon May-Nebraska
    19) Kirk Nail-Ohio State
    20) Andy Patrick-Boise State
    21) Joe Sapp-Northern Illinois
    22) Tyler Rhodes-Northern Iowa
    23) Dave Herman-Indiana
    24) Dusty Hoffschneider-Wyoming

  • #2
    Just a few things i noticed, CP schlatter should be ranked a little higher considering he is the only person to beat Trent Paulson this year so far, and he only lost to one other person the entire year. And why is Creig Henning 10th right behind Manotti when Henning wrestled manotti and won this year, i thought that was very interesting especially. Good job sorting out 149 though.
    Is there no one else?

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    • #3
      Mr. Achilles (how's that tendon doing? )

      To be honest, I made almost zero decisions. The rankings above are a compilation of the five ranking services that I listed. So my ranking is basically an average of where the wrestling "gods" were at when I did it. In just about every ranking service one can find anomalies of one type or an other. So this average tends to smooth out such "outliers." I usually prefer to do this type of analysis when all five services have produced a ranking during the same week. Unfortunately, two of the services were one week behind, which meant that the results of Reno wasn't included in those two.

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      • #4
        I like how you have U of I wrestlers in bold, but why not put Northwestern and Northern Illinois wrestlers in bold too?
        CHAMPIONS ARE MADE NOT BORN!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ugly1
          I like how you have U of I wrestlers in bold, but why not put Northwestern and Northern Illinois wrestlers in bold too?
          Mr. Ugly:

          Thanks for checking in.

          Sorry not to be clear, but I'm an Illini wrestling fan (only because I taught there for a few years in the late 90s-- I really should be a Badger fan 'cause I went to grad school in Madison). And since I live in St. Louis I'm also a Missouri Tiger fan (and on the Missouri website I highlighted Mizzou wrestlers). When Illini and Tigers wrestle it is like have two friends compete, as I want both to win. Oh, and I could root for Minnesota since my son is now a student at the U of M and the school is treating him very well (for what I pay, they should).

          But mostly I'm a college wrestling fan. I try to post information about Illinois and Missouri on national forums, as there is usually more than enough Iowa & Oklahoma State.

          I'm heading to Midlands, so I'll be seing Illinois, Northwestern, and Northern Illinois.

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