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November 25, 2013 NEWTON, Iowa  — Missouri’s J’den Cox and Virginia’s Gus Sako highlight a group of 25 NCAA Division I wrestlers who today made their first appearance in WIN’s Nov. 25, 2013 individual rankings. WIN’s rankings are presented by FlipsWrestling. Cox, a true freshman, moved into the No. 8 spot at 197 pounds after […]

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November 18, 2013 NEWTON, Iowa — The University of Iowa has moved into the top spot in WIN’s Nov. 18, 2013 Tournament Power Index, which is based on individual wrestlers’ results through Nov. 17, 2013. Less that ten TPI points separate the top four schools in this week’s TPI rankings as the Hawkeyes (with 95 […]

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November 11, 2013 NEWTON, Iowa — Penn State, the three-time NCAA defending national champion, remain the No. 1 school in WIN’s Nov. 11, 2013 Tournament Power Index, which is based on individual wrestler’s results through Nov. 10, 2013. WIN’s rankings are presented by FlipsWrestling. The TPI is compiled by awarding points to each team with […]

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NEWTON, Iowa — Minnesota has been tabbed the team to beat next March’s NCAA Division I national tournament, according to WIN’s 2013-14 Preseason Division I  Tournament Power Index that was released to with the weight-by-weight individual rankings. With eight predicted All-Americans, the Gophers are predicted to unseat defending champion Penn State, while Iowa and Oklahoma […]

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March 11, 2013 NEWTON, Iowa — All the NCAA qualifying tournaments are finished and two-time NCAA champion Penn State is expected be strongly challenged by both Oklahoma State and Iowa, according to WIN’s current Tournament Power Index. Based on WIN’s TPI, the Nittany Lions are predicted to score 86.5 points, followed closely by Oklahoma State’s […]

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March 4, 2013 NEWTON, Iowa — With the majority of the NCAA Division I national qualifying tournaments taking place this weekend, two-time defending national champion Penn State remains the school to beat according to WIN’s Tournament Power Index, which was released today. This week’s individual rankings also include results from the Pac-12 championships where Oregon […]

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Feb. 25, 2013 NEWTON, Iowa — The University of Minnesota’s dual team and Missouri’s 125-pound Alan Waters made the biggest jump in WIN’s Feb. 25 rankings as each turned in impressive performances at the NWCA/Cliff Keen National Duals last weekend in Minneapolis. The Gophers avenged earlier-season losses to Oklahoma State and Iowa to clinch a […]

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Feb. 18, 2013 NEWTON, Iowa — As the dual meet portion of the college wrestling comes to a close with the NWCA/Cliff Keen National Duals Championship this weekend in Minneapolis, both Oklahoma State and Iowa remain the top two ranked teams in WIN’s weekly dual team rankings that are being released today. Meanwhile, two-time NCAA […]

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Feb. 11, 2013 NEWTON, Iowa — Penn State’s Nico Megaludis has taken over the top spot at 125 pounds in WIN’s updated national rankings, which are released today. The Nittany Lion, who was ranked No. 2 behind Iowa’s two-time national champion Matt McDonough this season, moved up after the Hawkeye lost his first match of […]

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Feb. 4, 2013 NEWTON, Iowa — Oklahoma State, thanks to Iowa’s Feb. 1 home victory over last week’s top-ranked team, Penn State, has taken over the top spot in WIN’s Dual Team rankings to highlight this week’s team and individual rankings. The Cowboys, which defeated Iowa earlier this year, won a pair of road dual […]

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