Glory beats Arujau to create changes at 125 in WIN Feb 7 rankings

Updated: February 7, 2022

Photo: Princeton’s Pat Glory celebrated after beating Cornell’s top-ranked Vito Arujua, 11-9, in a dual meet last Saturday at Princeton. (Princeton photo)

NEWTON, Iowa — Princeton’s Pat Glory showed he is ready to challenge for the 125-pound NCAA Div. I championship after the Tiger junior defeated Cornell’s No. 1-ranked Vito Arujau, 11-9 last Saturday and changed the top spot at the lightest weight class in WIN Magazine’s Feb. 7 Tournament Power Index and Rankings, presented by Cliff Keen Athletic.

Taking over the No. 1 position at 125 pounds is Michigan senior Nick Suriano, the 2019 NCAA champion who transferred this year from Rutgers to Michigan. Glory and Arujau, 2019 All-Americans who were forced to sit out last season when the Ivy League cancelled the season, are now ranked No. 2 and 3, respectively in WIN’s weekly rankings.

The remaining nine No. 1-ranked wrestlers remained the same, including four — Roman Bravo-Young (133), Nick Lee (141), Carter Starocci (174) and Aaron Brooks (184) — from Penn State, which is ranked No. 1 in WIN’s Tournament Power Index (118 points) and Dual Rankings (16-0). The Nittany Lions also clinched the Big Ten regular-season championship with victories over Ohio State and Nebraska last weekend.

The other top-ranked individuals are Cornell’s Yianni Diakomihalis (149), Iowa State’s David Carr (157), Cal Poly’s Evan Wick (165), Oklahoma State’s A.J. Ferrari and Minnesota’s Gable Steveson (Hwt).

WIN’s Tournament Power Index predicts how many NCAA points a team could score in Detroit in March at the Division I Championships based on where their individuals are ranked at this point in the season. Excluding bonus points, the TPI is compiled from numbers associated with individual placements/rankings based on our current rankings below: 20 points for 1st, 16 for 2nd, 13.5 for 3rd, 12.5 for 4th, 10 for 5th, 9 for 6th, 6.5 for 7th and 5.5 for 8th. Wrestlers ranked 9-12 earn two points each, followed by 1.5 points for wrestlers ranked 13-16 and 1 point for those ranked 17-20.

The rest of the top five teams in the TPI include Iowa (84), Arizona State (72.5), Michigan (70) and Oklahoma State (55).  The Hawkeyes and the Cowboys as set to take part in the Bout at the Ballpark event at Globe Life Field, the home of the Texas Rangers, in Arlington, Texas, this Saturday, Feb. 12.


WIN Magazine’s Feb. 7 Tournament Power Index

Rk.SchoolTotal RankTop 8TPI Points
1.Penn State97118
3.Arizona State7672.5
5.Oklahoma State9455
6t.NC State9349.5
6t.Ohio State8449.5
8t.Iowa State8343.5
10.Virginia Tech6441
15t.Cal Poly3232
21t.North Carolina4117.5
23.Northern Iowa4116
25.Central Michigan3213
26t.Appalachian State1112.5
28t.Oregon State6010
30.Northern Colorado119
31.North Dakota State318.5
34.West Virginia216
35.Air Force115.5
38.Michigan State204
39t.Army-West Point203.5
41t.Utah Valley203
44t.Northern Illinois202
44t.South Dakota State102


WIN Magazine’s Feb. 7 Dual Rankings

1.Penn State16-01stoff until Feb. 20 (vs. Rider)
2.Iowa12-12ndvs. Oklahoma State, Arlington, Texas (2/12)
3.NC State10-13rdat Pitt (2/11)
4.Michigan9-14that Indiana (2/11), vs. Michigan State (2/13)
5.Missouri10-35that Arizona State (2/12)
6.Iowa State13-16that Northern Iowa (2/11)
7.Ohio State7-37that Minnesota (2/11), vs Indiana (2/13)
8.Oklahoma State11-38thvs. Iowa, Arlington, Texas (2/12)
9.Virginia Tech7-39thvs. North Carolina (2/11)
10.Nebraska5-411thvs. Illinois (2/13)
11.Cornell11-212thvs. Binghamton (2/12)
12.Arizona State8-314thvs. Missouri (2/12)
13.Minnesota4-510thvs. Ohio State (2/11)
14.Wisconsin9-213thvs. Illinois (2/11)
15.Michigan State9-216thvs. Northwestern (2/11), at Michigan (2/13)
16.Purdue10-421stoff until Feb. 19 (at Northwestern)
17.Rutgers13-522ndvs. Maryland (2/12)
18.Northern Iowa7-515thvs. Iowa State (2/11)
19.Princeton5-319that Lehigh (2/11), vs. Penn (2/12)
20.Oklahoma8-525thoff until Feb. 20 (at Oklahoma State)
21.South Dakota State10-417thvs. Northern Colorado (2/11), vs. Little Rock (2/13)
22.Pittsburgh7-520thvs. NC State (2/11)
23.Central Michigan11-2NRvs. Buffalo (2/13)
24.Northwestern4-423rdat Michigan State (2/11), vs. Northern Illinois (2/13)
25.North Carolina8-4NRat Virginia Tech (2/11)


WIN Magazine’s Feb. 7 Individual Rankings

125 pounds

Rk.NameSchool YearPrevious
1.Nick SurianoMichiganSr.2nd
2.Pat GloryPrincetonJr.3rd
3.Vito ArujauCornellSo.1st
4.Brandon CourtneyArizona StateJr.4th
5.Michael DeAugustinoNorthwesternJr.6th
6.Drew HildebrandtPenn StateSr.7th
7.Killian CardinaleWest VirginiaSr.5th
8.Trevor MastrogiovaniOklahoma StateSo.8th
9.Eric BarnettWisconsinJr.9th
10.Devin SchroederPurdueSr.15th
11.Brandon KaylorOregon StateSo.11th
12.Patrick McKeeMinnesotaSr.10th
13.Jakob CamachoNC StateSo.12th
14.Taylor LamontUtah ValleyJr.13th
15.Malik HeinselmanOhio StateSr.14th
16.Kysen TerukinaIowa StateSo.18th
17.Noah SurtinMissouriSo.16th
18.Brody TeskeNorthern IowaSo.17th
19.Sam LatonaVirginia TechRSFr.19th
20.Ryan MillerPennFr.NR


133 pounds

Rk. Name                               School                 Yr.  Previous
1.Roman Bravo-YoungPenn StateJr.1st
2.Daton FixOklahoma StateJr.2nd
3.Austin DeSantoIowaSr.3rd
4.Michael McGeeArizona StateSr.4th
5.Korbin MyersVirginia TechGr.5th
6.Lucas ByrdIllinoisRSFr.6th
7.Chris CannonNorthwesternSo.7th
8.Dylan RagusinMichiganSo.8th
9.Michael ColaioccoPennSo.9th
10.Rayvon FoleyMichigan StateJr.10th
11.Malyke HinesLehighFr.11th
12.Brock HudkinsIndianaGr.12th
13.Ramazan AttasauovIowa StateSo.14th
14.Devin TurnerOregon StateSr.16th
15.Haiden DruryUtah ValleyFr.17th
16.Micky PhillippiPittJr.13th
17.Kai OrineNC StateFr.18th
18.Joe HeilmannNorth CarolinaJr.NR
19.Brayden PalmerChattanoogaSo.20th
20.Joe OlivieriRutgersFr.NR


141 pounds

Rk.Name                               School                      Yr.  Previous
1.Nick LeePenn StateSr.1st
2.Jaydin EiermanIowaSr.2nd
3.Sebastian RiveraRutgersGr.3rd
4.Real WoodsStanfordJr.4th
5.Ian ParkerIowa StateSr.5th
6.Andrew AlirezNorthern ColoradoRSFr.6th
7.Chad RedNebraskaSr.8th
8.Dresden SimonCentral MichiganSr.9th
9.Allan HartMissouriJr.10th
10.Kizhan ClarkNorth CarolinaGr.7th
11.Clay CarlsonSouth Dakota StateSo.11th
12.Cole MatthewsPittJr.14th
13.Grant WillitsOregon StateJr.12th
14.Jake BergelandMinnesotaSr.15th
15.Dylan D’EmilioOhio StateSo.13th
16.Stevan MicicMichiganGr.16th
17.Matt KasimirColumbiaJr.17th
18.C.J. CompostoPennSo.18th
19.Carter YoungOklahoma StateFr.19th
20.Ryan JackNC StateFr.20th


149 pounds

Rk.Name                               School                      Yr.    Previous
1.Yianni DiakomihalisCornellJr.1st
2.Sammy SassoOhio StateJr.2nd
3.Tariq WilsonNC StateSr.3rd
4.Jon MillnerAppalachian StateSr.4th
5.Kyle ParcoArizona StateSo.6th
6.Bryce AndonianVirginia TechSo.7th
7.Ridge LovettNebraskaSo.8th
8.Jaden AbasStanfordSo.5th
9.Austin GomezWisconsinJr.9th
10.Max MurinIowaSr.10th
11.Yahya ThomasNorthwesternGr.11th
12.Josh FinesilverDukeJr.12th
13.P.J. OgunsanyaArmy-West PointSr.13th
14.Kaden GfellerOklahoma StateSr.14th
15.Josh HeilCampbellSr.15th
16.Mike VanBrillRutgersSr.17th
17.Beau BartlettPenn StateRSFr.16th
18.Willie McDougaldOklahomaRSFr.18th
19.Jarrett DegenIowa StateSr.19th
20.Anthony ArtalonaPennJr.20th


157 pounds

Rk.Name                               School                      Yr.     Previous
1.David CarrIowa StateSo.1st
2.Ryan DeakinNorthwesternGr.2nd
3.Jacori TeemerArizona StateJr.3rd
4.Austin O’ConnorNorth CarolinaJr.4th
5.Brayton LeeMinnesotaJr.5th
6.Quincy MondayPrincetonJr.8th
7.Josh HumphreysLehighJr.9th
8.Jared FranekNorth Dakota StateJr.10th
9.Peyton RobbNebraskaSo.6th
10.Ed ScottNC StateFr.7th
11.Kendall ColemanPurdueJr.11th
12.Will LewanMichiganSo.12th
13.Kaleb YoungIowaSr.13th
14.Wyatt SheetsOklahoma StateSr.14th
15.Jarrett JacquesMissouriJr.15th
16.Jacob WrightWyomingSr.16th
17.Justin ThomasOklahomaGr.17th
18.Elijah ClearyPittSr.18th
19.Johnny LovettCentral MichiganRSFr.19th
20.Hunter WillitsOregon StateJr.20th


165 pounds

Rk. Name                           School                      Yr.     Previous
1.Evan WickCal PolySr.1st
2.Keegan O’TooleMissouriRSFr.2nd
3.Shane GriffithStanfordJr.3rd
4.Carson KharchlaOhio StateRSFr.4th
5.Alex MarinelliIowaSr.5th
6.Dean HamitiWisconsinFr.6th
7.Anthony ValenciaArizona StateGr.7th
8.Travis WittlakeOklahoma StateJr.8th
9.Luke WeberNorth Dakota StateSr.12th
10.Cameron AmineMichiganRSFr.10th
11.Brady BergePenn StateSr.11th
12.Peyton HallWest VirginiaSo13th
13.Jake WentzelPittSr.9th
14.Phillip ConigliaroHarvardJr.15th
15.Austin YantNorthern IowaJr.16th
16.Julian RamirezCornellFr.14th
17.Josh OgunsanyaColumbiaSo.18th
18.Izzak OlejnikNorthern IllinoisSo.17th
19.Zach HartmanBucknellSr.19th
20.Thomas BullardNC StateGr.20th


174 pounds

Rk.Name                           School                      Yr.    Previous
1.Carter StarocciPenn StateRSFr1st
2.Michael KemererIowaGr.2nd
3.Mekhi LewisVirginia TechSo.3rd
4.Hayden HidlayNC StateSr.4th
5.Logan MassaMichiganGr.6th
6.Mikey LabriolaNebraskaSr.5th
7.Ethan SmithOhio StateSr.7th
8.Austin MurphyCampbellJr.8th
9.Adam KempCal PolySo.9th
10.Ben PasiukArmySo.12th
11.Dustin PlottOklahoma StateSo.10th
12.Clay LauttNorth CarolinaGr.14th
13.Hayden HastingsWyomingSr.15th
14.Chris FocaCornellSo.11th
15.Sean HarmanMissouriRSFr.NR
16.Michael O’MalleyDrexelJr.16th
17.Matt FinesilverDukeSr.17th
18.Bailey O’ReillyMinnesotaSr.18th
19.Anthony MantanonaOklahomaJr.NR
20.Lance RunyonNorthern IowaRSFr.20th


184 pounds

Rk. Name                             School                      Yr.    Previous
1.Aaron BrooksPenn StateSo.1st
2.Trent HidlayNC StateSo.2nd
3.Myles AmineMichiganGr.3rd
4.Parker KeckeisenNorthern IowaRSFr.4th
5.Bernie TruaxCal PolySo.5th
6.Kaleb RomeroOhio StateSr.6th
7.Marcus ColemanIowa StateJr.7th
8.Hunter BolenVirginia TechJr.9th
9.Dakota GeerOklahoma StateSr.10th
10.Trey MunozOregon StateRSFr.8th
11.Jonathan LoewCornellJr.12th
12.John PoznanskiRutgersRSFr.11th
13.Donnell WashingtonIndianaJr.14th
14.Taylor VenzNebraskaSr.17th
15.Kyle CochranMarylandSr.13th
16.Abe AssadIowaSo.15th
17.Tate SamuelsonWyomingSr.16th
18.Brit WilsonNorthern IllinoisJr.19th
19.Max LyonPurdueSr.NR
20.Isaiah SalazarMinnesotaSo.NR


197 pounds

Rk.Name                            School                      Yr.   Previous
1.A.J. FerrariOklahoma StateRSFr.1st
2.Eric SchultzNebraskaSr.2nd
3.Max DeanPenn StateJr.3rd
4.Stephan BuchananWyomingJr.4th
5.Jacob WarnerIowaSr.5th
6.Rocky ElamMissouriRSFr.6th
7.Nino BonaccorsiPittJr.7th
8.Patrick BruckiMichiganSr.8th
9.Cameron CaffeyMichigan StateSr.10th
10.Jake WoodleyOklahomaSr.12th
11.Yonger BastidaIowa StateSo.13th
12.Jay AielloVirginiaSr.9th
13.Lou DeprezBinghamtonJr.14th
14.Kordell NorfleetArizona StateGr.15th
15.Greg BulsakRutgersSr.11th
16.Thomas PenolaPurdueJr.16th
17.Isaac TrumbleNC StateRSFr.20th
18.Owen PentzNorth Dakota StateSo.18th
19.Gavin HoffmanOhio StateSo.19th
20.Jacob CardenasCornellSo.NR



Rk.Name                              School                      Yr.Previous
1.Gable StevesonMinnesotaJr.1st
2.Cohlton SchultzArizona StateRSFr.2nd
3.Tony CassioppiIowaJr.3rd
4.Greg KerkvlietPenn StateRSFr.4th
5.Mason ParrisMichiganJr.5th
6.Jordan WoodLehighSr.6th
7.Matt StencelCentral MichiganSr.7th
8.Wyatt HendricksonAir ForceSo.8th
9.Lucas DavisonNorthwesternSo.9th
10.Nathan TraxlerVirginia TechSr.10th
11.Gary TraubOregon StateGr.11th
12.Christian LanceNebraskaSr.12th
13.Trent HillgerWisconsinSr.13th
14.Yaraslau SlavikouskiHarvardJr.14th
15.Tate OrndorffOhio StateSr.15th
16.Brian AndrewsWyomingSr.17th
17.Zach ElamMissouriSo.18th
18.Luke LuffmanIllinoisSo.19th
19.Lewis FernandesCornellSo.20th
20.Sam SchuylerIowa StateSr.NR


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