INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA has launched up to date standings for the 2023 NCAA Wrestling Awards that will be awarded in March at the respective Division I, II and III Wrestling Championships.
The inaugural NCAA Wrestling Awards were being presented at the 2012 wrestling championships. The three awards, specified in just about every division, honor the Most Dominant Wrestler as well as the student-athletes that have accumulated the most falls and the most technological falls all through the class of the common and postseasons.
For falls and tech falls to be counted for the awards they will have to occur against opponents in the identical division (i.e. Division II vs. Division II). Ties in the two classes are damaged based mostly on the combination time.
Wyatt Hendrickson of Air Power retained the prime place in falls in Division I with 11 falls in 24:28. Michigan’s Mason Parris also sits at 11 in 31:09.
Division II has a new falls chief in heavyweight Jared Campbell of Glenville Point out. He presently has 10 falls in 21:37 and is trailed carefully by Colorado Mesa’s Ryan Wheeler, Mount Olive’s Jonathan Clack and Lake Erie’s Christian Little who all sit at nine.
Springfield has two wrestlers atop Division III falls in Myles Leonard and Jake Deguire with 19 and 18 respectively.
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In Division I tech falls, Mason Leiphart of Franklin & Marshall prospects the pack for the third straight week. The 183-pounder has nine tech falls on the time and qualified prospects Division I by three tech falls.
Cole Houser potential customers Division II for the fourth straight week right after buying up a person tech slide last week. He now sits at 11 on the period.
Just after a three-way tie atop Division III previous 7 days, Jared Kuhns of York (Pennsylvania) broke away to reach 10 tech falls on the time in 45:35.
The preliminary Most Dominant Wrestler standings will be produced later this period to enable wrestlers to obtain the least amount of matches essential to be suitable for the standings.