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Brock upset of Brewer moves Oklahoma State up in WIN’s Dec 14 Rankings

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Updated: December 14, 2015

Dec. 14, 2015

NEWTON, Iowa — When Oklahoma State’s true freshman Kaid Brock pinned Oklahoma’s defending national champ Cody Brewer in last weekend’s Bedlam dual in Norman, Okla., the Cowboy entered the national rankings at 133 pounds and moved Oklahoma State up in this week’s WIN Tournament Power Index (TPI).

Brock, who won a third Oklahoma state title for Stillwater High School last winter, is ranked No. 10 and more importantly has moved the Cowboys within two points of Iowa in this week’s TPI. The Hawkeyes, who defeated Rutgers last week, remain the top-ranked tournament team with 88.5 TPI points, followed by Oklahoma State with 86.5 and Penn State with 79.5 points.

WIN’s TPI points are based on where the teams’ individuals are projected — based on WIN’s individual rankings — to finish in this season’s NCAA Championships, March 17-19, in New York City.

WIN’s TPI point totals are broken down as followed: 1st – 20 (16 AA points + 4 advancement points); 2nd – 16 (12+4); 3rd – 13.5 (10+3.5); 4th – 12.5 (9+3.5); 5th – 10 (7+3); 6th – 9 (6+3); 7th – 6.5 (4+2.5); 8th – 5.5 (3+2.5). Additional points for other rankings include: 9th/12th – 2; 13th/16th – 1.5; 17th-20th – 1. TPI points will be lower than the final actual NCAA tournament points because it does not include bonus points.

Another reason for Oklahoma State’s climb is that Kyle Crutchmer has moved up to No. 1 at 174 pounds. That comes after Ohio State’s Bo Jordan — rated No. 1 at 174 last week — has dropped back down to 165 pounds and is rated No. 2 between top-ranked Alex Dieringer of Oklahoma State and No. 3 Isaac Jordan (the Buckeye’s cousin) of Wisconsin.

Other notable newcomers to this week’s individual rankings are Pittsburgh’s sophomore Dom Forys and freshman TeShan Campbell, who both scored upsets against ranked foes and helped the Panthers defeat Wisconsin last weekend to moved Pitt (5-1) into WIN’s Top 25 Dual Team rankings at No. 16. Forys defeated Ryan Taylor at 133 pounds and Campbell beat Ricky Robertson at 174.

            Penn State remained the number one dual team after defeating Wisconsin in a Big Ten opener. The Lions are followed by Iowa, Virginia Tech, NC State and Missouri. Nebraska, which was rated fourth last week, fell to No. 7 after losing at home to Rutgers.

Also joining WIN dual rankings is Navy, which is 5-0 on the year after defeating EIWA rival Princeton last weekend.

WIN’s Dec. 14, 2015 Tournament Power Index (TPI)

Rk. School Top 8 TPI Pts.
1 Iowa 6 88.5
2 Oklahoma State 5 86.5
3 Penn State 6 79.5
4 Virginia Tech 6 61
5 Missouri 5 60
6 Cornell 3 54.5
7 NC State 4 51.5
8 Illinois 3 51
9 Ohio State 3 47
10 Nebraska 5 46.5
11 Michigan 3 38.5
12 Rutgers 3 29
13 Old Dominion 2 28
14 Oklahoma 2 26
15 Wisconsin 2 24.5
16 North Carolina 2 24
17 Minnesota 2 23
18t Lehigh 1 22
18t Stanford 2 22
20 Oregon State 2 20
21 Kent State 1 18.5
22 Duke 1 17
23 Edinboro 1 16
24 Northwestern 1 13.5
25t Ohio U. 2 13
25t Central Michigan 2 13
25t Arizona State 1 13
28 Iowa State 1 12
29 South Dakota State 1 11.5
30 Virginia 1 11
31 Penn 1 10.5
32 Northern Iowa 0 7.5
33 Pittsburgh 0 6
34 Princeton 0 5
35t West Virginia 0 4.5
35t Rider 0 4.5
37t CSU Bakersfield 0 4
37t Navy 0 4
37t American 0 4
40t Harvard 0 3.5
40t Maryland 0 3.5
42t North Dakota State 0 3
42t Army 0 3
42t Wyoming 0 3
42t Purdue 0 3
42t Bucknell 0 3
47t Cleveland State 0 2
47t Eastern Michigan 0 2
47t Drexel 0 2
47t Northern Colorado 0 2
47t Appalachian State 0 2
52t Hofstra 0 1.5
52t Indiana 0 1.5
52t The Citadel 0 1.5
52t Utah Valley 0 1.5
56t Boise State 0 1
56t Franklin & Marshall 0 1
56t Columbia 0 1

WIN’s Dec. 14, 2015 Dual Rankings

Rk. Team Record Previous
1. Penn State 5-0 1st
2. Iowa 8-0 2nd
3. Virginia Tech 3-1 3rd
4. North Carolina State 10-0 5th
5. Missouri 4-0 6th
6. Oklahoma State 3-2 7th
7. Nebraska 7-1 4th
8. Ohio State 3-1 8th
9. Lehigh 6-1 9th
10. Illinois 8-0 10th
11. Rutgers 10-2 12th
12. Oklahoma 5-1 11th
13. Michigan 4-1 13th
14. Cornell 1-2 14th
15. North Carolina 6-1 15th
16. Pittsburgh 5-1 NR
17. Wisconsin 1-2 16th
18. Iowa State 3-2 17th
19. Ohio U. 3-1 18th
20. Purdue 5-1 19th
21. Virginia 4-2 22nd
22. Old Dominion 3-2 23rd
23. Navy 5-0 NR
24. Oregon State 2-3 24th
25. Northern Iowa 1-3 25th

 

WIN’s Dec. 14, 2015 Individual Rankings

125 pounds

Rank Name School Year Previous
1. Nathan Tomasello Ohio State So. 1st
2. Thomas Gilman Iowa Jr. 2nd
3. Joey Dance Virginia Tech Jr. 3rd
4. Nico Megaludis Penn State Sr. 4th
5. Eddie Klimara Oklahoma State Sr. 5th
6. Barlow McGhee Missouri So. 6th
7. Tim Lambert Nebraska Jr. 7th
8. Ronnie Bresser Oregon State So. 8th
9. Ryan Millhof Oklahoma So. 9th
10. Paul Petrov Bucknell Sr. 10th
11. David Terao American U. Sr. 11th
12. Dylan Peters Northern Iowa Jr. 12th
13. Josh Rodriguez North Dakota St. Jr. 13th
14. Chasen Tolbert Utah Valley Sr. 14th
15. Darian Cruz Lehigh So. 15th
16. Zeke Moisey West Virginia So. 16th
17. Trey Andrews No. Colorado Jr. 18th
18. Sean McCabe Rutgers Jr. 19th
19. Dalton Macri Cornell Fr. 20th
20. Connor Schram Stanford So. NR

 

133 pounds

Rank Name School Year Previous
1. Cory Clark Iowa Jr. 1st
2. Nahshon Garrett Cornell Sr. 2nd
3. Zane Richards Illinois Jr. 5th
4. Cody Brewer Oklahoma Sr. 3rd
5. Ryan Taylor Wisconsin Jr. 4th
6. George DiCamillo Virginia Jr. 6th
7. Earl Hall Iowa State Sr. 7th
8. Jordan Conaway Penn State Sr. 8th
9. Mason Beckman Lehigh Jr. 11th
10. Kaid Brock Oklahoma State Fr. NR
11. Geoffrey Alexander Maryland Sr. NR
12. Eric Montoya Nebraska Jr. 9th
13. Rossi Bruno Michigan Sr. 10th
14. Zach Synon Missouri Jr. 17th
15. Joey Ward North Carolina Jr. 14th
16. Johnni DiJulius Ohio State Sr. 13th
17. Josh Alber Northern Iowa Fr. 12th
18. Dom Forys Pittsburgh So. NR
18. Brance Simms South Dakota State Sr. 16th
19. Mack McGuire Kent State Jr. 15th

 

141 pounds

Rank Name School Year Previous
1. Dean Heil Oklahoma State So. 1st
2. Chris Mecate Old Dominion Sr. 2nd
3. Kevin Jack NC State So. 3rd
4. Anthony Ashnault Rutgers So. 4th
5. Joey McKenna Stanford Fr. 5th
6. Evan Henderson North Carolina Sr. 7th
7. Micah Jordan Ohio State Fr. 6th
8. Solomon Chishko Virginia Tech RSFr. 8th
9. Randy Cruz Lehigh Jr. 9th
10. Mike Racciato Pittsburgh Jr. 10th
11. Todd Preston Harvard Sr. 11th
12. Tommy Thorn Minnesota RSFr. 12th
13. Jimmy Gulibon Penn State Jr. 13th
14. Bryce Meredith Wyoming So. 14th
15. Matt Manley Missouri Jr. 15th
16. Jamel Hudson Hofstra Jr. 16th
17. Anthony Abidin Nebraska Sr. 17th
18. Richard Durso Franklin & Marshall Sr. 18th
19. Tyler Smith Bucknell So. 19th
20. Jameson Oster Northwestern Sr. 20th

 

149 pounds

Rank Name School Year Previous
1. Brandon Sorensen Iowa So. 1st
2. Zain Retherford Penn State So. 2nd
3. Lavion Mayes Missouri Jr. 3rd
4. Jason Tsirtsis Northwestern Jr. 4th
5. Alex Richardson Old Dominion Sr. 5th
6. C.J. Cobb Penn Sr. 6th
7. Jake Sueflohn Nebraska Sr. 7th
8. Collin Heffernan Central Michigan So. 8th
9. Anthony Collica Oklahoma State Jr. 10th
10. Matt Cimato Drexel Jr. 11th
11. Jake Short Minnesota So. 9th
12. Gabe Moreno Iowa State Jr. 12th
13. Alex Pantaleo Michigan So. 13th
14. Michael DePalma Kent State Sr. 14th
15. Matt Kraus Arizona State Sr. 15th
16. B.J. Clagon Rider So. 17th
17. Chris Perez Princeton Sr. 18th
18. Davion Jeffries Oklahoma Fr. 16th
19. Geo Martinez Boise State So. 19th
20. Sal Mastriani Virginia Tech Jr. 20th

 

157 pounds

Rank Name School Year Previous
1. Isaiah Martinez Illinois So. 1st
2. Ian Miller Kent State Sr. 2nd
3. Jason Nolf Penn State RSFr. 3rd
4. Nick Brascetta Virginia Tech Sr. 4th
5. Thomas Gantt NC State Sr. 5th
6. Cody Pack So. Dakota State Sr. 6th
7. Brian Murphy Michigan So. 7th
8. Luke Smith Central Michigan Sr. 8th
9. John Boyle American U. Sr. 9th
10. Dylan Cottrell West Virginia Jr. 10th
11. Chad Walsh Rider So. 12th
12. Mitch Minotti Lehigh Sr. 13th
13. Russell Parsons Army Jr. 14th
14. Bryce Steiert Northern Iowa Fr. 15th
15. Lou Mascola Maryland Sr. 17th
16. Aaron Walker The Citadel Jr. 18th
17. Doug Welch Purdue Sr. 19th
18. Jake Ryan Ohio State RSFr. 20th
19. Richie Lewis Rutgers xx NR
20. Tyler Berger Nebraska RSFr. 16th

 

165 pounds

Rank Name School Year Previous
1. Alex Dieringer Oklahoma State Sr. 1st
2. Bo Jordan Ohio State So. 1st/174
3. Isaac Jordan Wisconsin Jr. 2nd
4. Ethan Ramos North Carolina So. 3rd
5. Jim Wilson Stanford Jr. 4th
6. Anthony Perrotti Rutgers Sr. 5th
7. Austin Wilson Nebraska Sr. 6th
8. Max Rohskopf NC State Jr. 7th
9. Stephen Rodriguez Illinois Sr. 8th
10. Chad Welch Purdue Sr. 9th
11. Daniel Lewis Missouri RSFr. 10th
12. Tanner Weatherman Iowa State Sr. 12th
13. Clark Glass Oklahoma So. 11th
14. Cooper Moore Northern Iowa Jr. 13th
15. Duke Pickett Cornell Sr. 14th
16. Devon Gobbo Harvard Sr. 15th
17. Connor Brennan Rider Sr. 16th
18. Garrett Sutton Michigan So. 17th
19. Seth Thomas Oregon State Sr. 18th
20. Jake Faust Duke So. 20th

 

174 pounds

Rank Name School Year Previous
1. Kyle Crutchmer Oklahoma State Jr. 2nd
2. Brian Realbuto Cornell Jr. 3rd
3. Blaise Butler Missouri Sr. 4th
4. Zac Brunson Illinois Jr. 5th
5. Alex Meyer Iowa Jr. 6th
6. Bo Nickal Penn State RSFr. 7th
7. Zach Epperly Virginia Tech So. 8th
8. Cody Walters Ohio U. Sr. 9th
9. Mike Ottinger Central Michigan Sr. 10th
10. Bryce Hammond Bakersfield Sr. 11th
11. Jadaen Bernstein Navy So. 12th
12. Micah Barnes Nebraska Jr. 13th
13. Brian Harvey Army Sr. 15th
14. Nate Jackson Indiana Jr. 16th
15. Lelund Weatherspoon Iowa State Jr. 19th
16. Ben Stroh Wyoming Jr. 18th
17. Matt Reed Oklahoma Jr. 17th
18. TeShan Campbell Pittsburgh Fr. NR
19. Davonte Mahomes Michigan RSFr. 20th
20. Ricky Robertson Wisconsin So. 14th

 

184 pounds

Rank Name School Year Previous
1. Gabe Dean Cornell Jr. 1st
2. Victor Avery Edinboro Sr. 2nd
3. Timothy Dudley Nebraska Jr. 3rd
4. Nathaniel Brown Lehigh Sr. 4th
5. Blake Stauffer Arizona State Sr. 5th
6. Sammy Brooks Iowa Jr. 6th
7. Zack Zavatsky Virginia Tech So. 7th
8. Willie Miklus Missouri So. 8th
9. Jack Dechow Old Dominion Jr. 9th
10. Domenic Abounader Michigan Jr. 10th
11. Kenny Courts Ohio State Sr. 11th
12. Matt Miller Navy Sr. 12th
13. Hayden Zillmer North Dakota St. Sr. 13th
14. Lorenzo Thomas Penn Sr. 14th
15. Matt McCutcheon Penn State So. 15th
16. Jeff Koepke Illinois Jr. 16th
17. Abram Ayala Princeton Sr. 17th
18. Pete Renda NC State Jr. 18th
19. Alex Utley North Carolina Sr. 19th
20. Andrew Romanchik Ohio U. Sr. 20th

 

197 pounds

Rank Name School Year Previous
1. Morgan McIntosh Penn State Sr. 1st
2. Conner Hartmann Duke Sr. 3rd
3. J’den Cox Missouri Jr. 2nd
4. Nathan Burak Iowa Sr. 4th
5. Brett Pfarr Minnesota Jr. 5th
6. Max Huntley Michigan Sr. 6th
7. Phillip Wellington Ohio U. Sr. 8th
8. Aaron Studebaker Nebraska Jr. 7th
9. Reuben Franklin CSU Bakersfield Sr. 9th
10. Jared Haught Virginia Tech So. 10th
11. Zach Nye Virginia Sr. 11th
12. Anthony Abro Eastern Michigan Sr. 12th
13. Nate Rotert So. Dakota State So. 13th
14. Brad Johnson Oklahoma Jr. 15th
15. Mike Boykin NC State So. 16th
16. Brett Harner Princeton Jr. 14th
17. Trent Noon Northern Colorado Sr. 17th
18. Jake Smith West Virginia Jr. 18th
19. Nick Bonaccorsi Pittsburgh Sr. NR
20. Cody Crawford Oregon State So. 20th

 

Heavyweight

Rank Name School Year Previous
1. Nick Gwiazdowski NC State Sr. 1st
2. Adam Coon Michigan Jr. 2nd
3. Ty Walz Virginia Tech Jr. 3rd
4. Amarveer Dhesi Oregon State So. 4th
5. Austin Marsden Oklahoma State Sr. 5th
6. Michael Kroells Minnesota Jr. 7th
7. Ross Larson Oklahoma Jr. 8th
8. Billy Smith Rutgers Sr. 6th
9. Riley Shaw Cleveland State Sr. 9th
10. Denzel Dejournette Appalachian St. Sr. 10th
11. Max Wessell Lehigh Sr. 11th
12. Colin Jensen Nebraska Jr. 12th
13. Brooks Black Illinois So. 13th
14. Tanner Hall Arizona State Fr. 14th
15. Blaize Cabell Northern Iowa Sr. 15th
16. Ray O’Donnell Princeton Jr. 16th
17. Nathan Butler Stanford So. 17th
18. Garrett Ryan Columbia So. 18th
19. Sam Stoll Iowa Fr. NR
20. Ryan Solomon Pittsburgh So. 20th

 

 

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