NCAA Wresting Awards standings: Penn State has Three in Division I High 5


INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA has launched up to date standings for the 2019 NCAA Wrestling Awards that will likely be awarded March 23 on the Division I Wrestling Championships.

The inaugural NCAA Wrestling Awards had been offered on the 2012 wrestling championships. The three awards honor the Most Dominant Wrestler in addition to the student-athletes which have gathered probably the most falls and probably the most technical falls all through the course of the common and postseasons.

STANDINGS AND STATISTICS: Division I wrestling championship records | Wrestling teams ranked

For outcomes to be counted they have to come in opposition to opponents in the identical division (i.e. Division I vs. Division I). Ties within the falls and tech falls classes are damaged based mostly on the mixture time.

Bo Nickal (5.24 common crew factors) and Jason Nolf (5.15) of Penn State will enter the NCAA Championships ranked as the highest two within the race for many dominant.  Each wrestlers received Huge Ten Championships over the weekend and will likely be No. 1 seeds at nationals.  Virginia 125-pounder Jack Mueller reached the 17-match minimal by successful the ACC championship and has compiled Four.94 crew factors per match whereas going 17-Zero to rank third.  Vincenzo Joseph of Penn State and Daniel Lewis of Missouri spherical out the highest 5.

The Most Dominant Wrestler standings are calculated by including the entire variety of factors awarded by way of match outcomes and dividing that quantity by the entire variety of matches wrestled. Factors per match are awarded as follows:

* Fall, forfeit, damage default or DQ = 6 factors (-6 factors for a loss)

* Tech falls = 5 factors (-5 factors for a loss)

* Main choice = Four factors (-Four factors for a loss)

* Choice = Three factors (-Three factors for a loss)

Central Michigan heavyweight Matt Stencel earned a fall within the semifinals on his approach to a Mid-American Convention championship and enters the NCAA Championships main Division I with 18 falls.  George Mason 165-pounder Colston DiBlasi additionally had a fall on the Japanese Wrestling League Championships to remain inside one in all Stencel with 17.  Missouri 141-pounder Jaydin Eierman tallied falls within the semis and remaining to win the MAC championship and is third with 16 falls.

Lock Haven 141-pounder Kyle Shoop elevated his result in three within the race for many tech falls with 15 this season, three greater than Daton Repair of Oklahoma State with 12, whereas Nicolas Piccininni of the Cowboys has 11 and Quentin Perez (Campbell) and Ethan Lizak (Minnesota) every have 10.

NCAA STAT LEADERS — MOST DOMINANT WRESTLER

Rank Identify Faculty Weight Common Group Factors
1 Bo Nickal Penn State 197 5.24
2 Jason Nolf Penn State 157 5.15
Three Jack Mueller Virginia 125 Four.94
Four Vincenzo Joseph Penn State 165 Four.71
5 Daniel Lewis Missouri 174 Four.68
6 Shakur Rasheed Penn State 184 Four.58
7 Alex Marinelli Iowa 165 Four.57
  Yianni Diakomihalis Cornell 141 Four.57
9 Jaydin Eierman Missouri 141 Four.38
10 Nicholas Piccininni Oklahoma State 125 Four.35

17-match minimal in division required to be ranked.

Will Bo Nickal’s transfer to 197 lead to a 3rd title?

NCAA STAT LEADERS — FALLS

Rank Identify Faculty Weight Falls Time
1 Matt Stencel Central Michigan 285 18 42:02
2 Colston DiBlasi George Mason 165 17 65:12
Three Jaydin Eierman Missouri 141 16 65:04
Four Bo Nickal Penn State 197 15 31:53
5 Daniel Lewis Missouri 174 14 32:35
6 Jason Nolf Penn State 157 14 48:05
7 Vincenzo Joseph Penn State 165 13 41:07
eight Andrew McNally Kent State 184 13 43:17
9 Drew Hughes Michigan State 174 11 29:46
10 Jacob Schwarm UNI 125 11 33:28

Can Jason Nolf win a third consecutive title at 157 kilos?

NCAA STAT LEADERS — TECH FALLS

Rank Identify Faculty Weight Falls Time
1 Kyle Shoop Lock Haven 133 15 66:24
2 Daton Repair Oklahoma State 133 12 59:46
Three Nicholas Piccininni Oklahoma State 125 11 55:33
Four Quentin Perez Campbell 174 10 41:44
5 Ethan Lizak Minnesota 133 10 44:59
6 RayVon Foley Michigan State 125 9 48:37
7 Cam Sykora North Dakota State 133 9 50:53
eight Stephen Loiseau Drexel 197 eight 28:18
9 Kevin Parker Princeton 184 eight 35:13
10 Branson Ashworth Wyoming 165 eight 36:49

 

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