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    NCAA DI Rankings Updated (12/20/2023)

    DI college rankings have been updated! 

    It's been a recurring theme, and frankly, it will probably continue throughout the collegiate season, but 125 lbs was a mess! The previous #1 (Jakob Camacho) was beaten three times at the Collegiate Duals. #3 Richie Figueroa suffered a loss in his first outing of the season. CKLV champion #4 Nico Provo was defeated by Cooper Flynn, who was pulled out of Olympic redshirt. #5 Brett Ungar was beaten by a then-unranked opponent at Collegiate Duals. 

    Those results set the stage for Anthony Noto to move back into the #1 slot. Noto was one of the wrestlers who defeated Jakob Camacho at the Collegiate Duals. He also doesn't have an official loss (though he fell to Matt Ramos at the All-Star Classic). A clean record and some solid wins propelled Noah Surtin (Volk, Mendez, Owens, Hendriksen) into the second spot. 

    In news at other weights, veteran All-Americans Austin Gomez and Louie DePrez announced their respective returns last week and have been inserted. 

    From a tournament ranking standpoint, Little Rock cracks the top-30 for the first time. That was largely based around the fact that true freshman Nasir Bailey announced himself as a podium contender with a dominant tech fall over Evan Frost and a win over Vince Santaniello. 

    On the team dual front, for the first time we saw a significant shake-up with the top-ten as NC State and Cornell each lost in the final round at Collegiate Duals. 

    For the rankings, Click Here

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