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NJCAA Wrestling Team and Individual Rankings – Feb. 21st, 2017

NJCAA Wrestling Rankings

Ahead of the 2017 NJCAA Wrestling Championship on Friday and Saturday, the NJCAA has released its latest set of team and individual rankings.

NJCAA National Ranking 2/21/2017
Rank Team 125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 285 Total Points
1 Iowa Central 7 16 9 12 16   7 16   16 99
2 Clackamas 12 9 16 16 10 7 12 10 3   95
3 Northeastern Oklahoma 9 12 12 10 7 6 16   6 3 81
4 Ellsworth 6 7     3   10   9 6 41
4 Northwest Wy     7 4   9   9   12 41
6 Iowa Lakes   10   9       4 12   35
7 Lincoln       6     6 7   10 29
8 SW Oregon         4 10 4   10   28
9 Labette         9     12     21
9 Niagara   6       12   3     21
11 North Idaho         6 4 3   7   20
11 Otero   4       16         20
13 NIACC 4   6             7 17
14 Camden                 16   16
14 Rochester     4   12           16
14 Western Wy 16                   16
17 Barton             9     4 13
18 Harper 10                   10
18 Highline     10               10
20 Iowa Western   3           6     9
20 Northwest Kansas Tech.                   9 9
22 Spartanburg       7             7
23 Nassau                 4   4
24 Jamestown       3             3
24 Minnesota West     3               3
24 Muskegon 3                   3
24 Triton           3         3

 

125

  1. Cole Verner – Western Wyoming
  2. David Campbell – Clackamas
  3. Ian Mullen – Harper
  4. Logan Terrill – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
  5. Todd Small – Iowa Central
  6. Justin Folley – Ellsworth
  7. Brennan Doebel – NIACC
  8. Benny Gomez – Muskegon

133

  1. Zak Hensley – Iowa Central
  2. Sean DeShazer – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
  3. George Farmah – Iowa lakes
  4. Nate Johnson – Clackamas
  5. Blake Walker – Ellsworth
  6. Freddy Eckles – Niagara
  7. Gunner Laffoon – Otero
  8. DeAndre Brumfield – Iowa Western

141

  1. Kurt Mode – Clackamas
  2. Curtis Burnett – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
  3. Andrew Ramirez – Highline
  4. De’Andre Reed – Iowa Central
  5. Riley Loveless – Northwest Wyoming
  6. Austin Anderly – NIACC
  7. Zach Scott – Rochester
  8. Lamont Cannon – Minnesota West

149

  1. Josh Reyes – Clackamas
  2. Brandon Murray – Iowa Central
  3. Dylan Lucas – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
  4. Anthony Maia – Iowa Lakes
  5. Christopher Moungle – Spartanburg
  6. Ethan Reel – Lincoln
  7. Justin Polkowske – Northwest Wyoming
  8. Nate Skonieczny – Jamestown

157

  1. Dayton Racer – Iowa Central
  2. Brett Bradford – Rochester
  3. John Leal – Clackamas
  4. Shae Conley – Labette
  5. Alex Nelson – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
  6. Brent Evans – North Idaho
  7. Cole Hornbrook – Southwestern Oregon
  8. Steven Lawrence – Ellsworth

165

  1. Zach Beard – Otero
  2. Troy Keller – Niagara
  3. Lucius Van Rensburg – Southwestern Oregon
  4. Andrew VonRein – Northwest Wyoming
  5. Dillon Ulrey – Clackamas
  6. Wyatt Jordan – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
  7. Trey Meyer – North Idaho
  8. Ean Eichert – Triton

174

  1. Saul Ortiz – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
  2. Colt Doyle – Clackamas
  3. Jordan Gundrum – Ellsworth
  4. David Kelly – Barton
  5. Antrez Clagon – Iowa Central
  6. Tyree Overton – Lincoln
  7. Adrian Lyons-Lopez – Southwestern Oregon
  8. Alex Aguilar – North Idaho

184

  1. Danny Bush – Iowa Central
  2. Tristan Ramburg – Labette
  3. Haszel West – Clackamas
  4. Heber Sheperd – Northwest Wyoming
  5. Logan Hagerbaumer – Lincoln
  6. Preston Lauterbach – Iowa Western
  7. Isaiah Cox – Iowa Lakes
  8. Alex Kelly – Niagara

197

  1. Dymere Rappa – Camden
  2. Christian Dulaney – Iowa Lakes
  3. Wyatt Westfall – Southwestern Oregon
  4. Tim Young – Ellsworth
  5. Jeremy Merryweather – North Idaho
  6. Ruston Duke – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
  7. Cedric Stephens – Nassau
  8. Nick Maximov – Clackamas

285

  1. Thomas Petersen – Iowa Central
  2. Lisiate “Richard” Anau – Northwest Wyoming
  3. Matt Kent – Lincoln
  4. Odgerek Batkhishig – Northwest Kansas Technical College
  5. Mario Pena – NIACC
  6. Gary Whitaker – Ellsworth
  7. Brix Brickey – Barton
  8. Shawn Beeson – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
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