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Virginia Tech Wrestling News - Hokies
« on: November 22, 2013, 09:14:30 pm »
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Hokies take their undefeated mark on the road
http://www.hokiesports.com/wrestling/recaps/20131122aaa.html
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« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2013, 03:41:36 pm »
Virginia Tech Wrestling - Hokies
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Virginia Techís Devin Carter tears hamstring, out for season
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Dresser announces wrestling signing class
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Virginia Techís criteria upset shakes up USA Today/NWCA Division I Coaches Poll
Date:     Tue 11/25/14 12:35 PM
National Wrestling Coaches Association Release
Virginia Techís criteria upset shakes up USA Today/NWCA Division I Coaches Poll  
Link: http://www.nwcaonline.com/nwcawebsite/news/2014/11/25/virginia-tech-s-criteria-upset-shakes-up-usa-today-nwca-division-i-coaches-poll
With a wild 19-18 criteria win over then No. 4 Ohio State at Cassell Coliseum on Sunday, Virginia Tech vaulted four spots to No. 6 in the USA Today/NWCA Division I Coaches Poll released on Tuesday.
The Hokies (4-0) won by just a single point on the dualís third tie-breaking criteria, most match points. The loss dropped Ohio State (4-1) three spots to No. 7.
No. 1 Iowa (3-0) opened with three wins at home against NAIA Baker, Division III Cornell College and NJCAA Iowa Central. Minnesota (2-0) remained at No. 2 with wins over Grand Canyon and Michigan State. Cornell (1-0) topped Oklahoma to remain third, while Penn State (3-0) shut out Clarion and moved into the No. 4 spot.
Missouri (3-0) beat Old Dominion and moved into the No. 5 spot. Virginia Tech, Ohio State, Nebraska (4-0) and Oklahoma State (2-0) remained in the top 10, while Lehigh (3-1) made its first appearance of the season in the nationís top 10.
The Big Ten still has five of the nationís top 10 teams and eight of the top 25.
Virginia (5-1) lost on Monday 30-7 to Ohio State and slid three spots to No. 12. A loss to unranked Purdue dropped Northern Iowa (1-1) four spots to No. 22, while N.C. State (4-1) moved into the top 25 after pushing then No. 7 Nebraska to the wire in a 16-15 loss to the Huskers. N.C. State is one of four ACC teams ranked. The Mid-American Conference also has four ranked schools.
Rider (3-1) moved into the Top 25 after a 20-19 criteria victory over then No. 18 Wisconsin on Friday. It was the first dual in Division I since the tie-breaking rules were redefined two years ago to be decided by the fourth criteria Ė first takedown. Rider joins Edinboro as the only two EWL teams ranked in the Top 25.
Wisconsin and North Dakota State fell out of the Top 25.
The USA Today/NWCA Division  I Coaches Poll is a dual meet ranking.
Rank   Team (First)   Record   Points   Conference   Previous
1   Iowa (8)   3-0   297   Big Ten   1
2   Minnesota (3)   4-0   283   Big Ten   2
3   Cornell   1-0   277   EIWA   3
4   Penn State (1)   3-0   266   Big Ten   5
5   Missouri   3-0   251   MAC   6
6   Virginia Tech   4-0   229   ACC   10
7   Ohio State   4-1   225   Big Ten   4
8   Nebraska   4-0   221   Big Ten   7
9   Oklahoma State   2-0   213   Big 12   8
10   Lehigh   3-1   181   EIWA   11
11   Pittsburgh   3-2   165   ACC   12
12   Virginia   5-1   163   ACC   9
13   Illinois   6-0   158   Big Ten   14
14   Edinboro   3-1   154   EWL   13
15   Iowa State   4-0   140   Big 12   16
16   Michigan   1-1   126   Big Ten   15
17   Northwestern   4-0   115   Big Ten   17
18   Oregon State   2-0   82   Pac-12   20
19   Oklahoma   3-1   65   Big 12   21
20   Chattanooga   3-0   53   SoCon   23
21   Old Dominion   0-1   48   MAC   22
22   Northern Iowa   1-1   47   MAC   18
23   N.C. State   4-1   31   ACC   NR
24   Ohio   2-1   26   MAC   24
25   Rider   3-1   24   EWL   NR

Dropped Out: Wisconsin, North Dakota State.
Others receiving votes: Wisconsin 18, Purdue 15, North Dakota State 12, Stanford 8, Wyoming 5, Penn 1, Princeton 1
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Virginia Techís criteria upset shakes up USA Today/NWCA Division I Coaches Poll
Date:     Tue 11/25/14 12:35 PM
National Wrestling Coaches Association Release
Virginia Techís criteria upset shakes up USA Today/NWCA Division I Coaches Poll   
Link: http://www.nwcaonline.com/nwcawebsite/news/2014/11/25/virginia-tech-s-criteria-upset-shakes-up-usa-today-nwca-division-i-coaches-poll
With a wild 19-18 criteria win over then No. 4 Ohio State at Cassell Coliseum on Sunday, Virginia Tech vaulted four spots to No. 6 in the USA Today/NWCA Division I Coaches Poll released on Tuesday.
The Hokies (4-0) won by just a single point on the dualís third tie-breaking criteria, most match points. The loss dropped Ohio State (4-1) three spots to No. 7.
No. 1 Iowa (3-0) opened with three wins at home against NAIA Baker, Division III Cornell College and NJCAA Iowa Central. Minnesota (2-0) remained at No. 2 with wins over Grand Canyon and Michigan State. Cornell (1-0) topped Oklahoma to remain third, while Penn State (3-0) shut out Clarion and moved into the No. 4 spot.
Missouri (3-0) beat Old Dominion and moved into the No. 5 spot. Virginia Tech, Ohio State, Nebraska (4-0) and Oklahoma State (2-0) remained in the top 10, while Lehigh (3-1) made its first appearance of the season in the nationís top 10.
The Big Ten still has five of the nationís top 10 teams and eight of the top 25.
Virginia (5-1) lost on Monday 30-7 to Ohio State and slid three spots to No. 12. A loss to unranked Purdue dropped Northern Iowa (1-1) four spots to No. 22, while N.C. State (4-1) moved into the top 25 after pushing then No. 7 Nebraska to the wire in a 16-15 loss to the Huskers. N.C. State is one of four ACC teams ranked. The Mid-American Conference also has four ranked schools.
Rider (3-1) moved into the Top 25 after a 20-19 criteria victory over then No. 18 Wisconsin on Friday. It was the first dual in Division I since the tie-breaking rules were redefined two years ago to be decided by the fourth criteria Ė first takedown. Rider joins Edinboro as the only two EWL teams ranked in the Top 25.
Wisconsin and North Dakota State fell out of the Top 25.
The USA Today/NWCA Division  I Coaches Poll is a dual meet ranking.
Rank   Team (First)   Record   Points   Conference   Previous
1   Iowa (8)   3-0   297   Big Ten   1
2   Minnesota (3)   4-0   283   Big Ten   2
3   Cornell   1-0   277   EIWA   3
4   Penn State (1)   3-0   266   Big Ten   5
5   Missouri   3-0   251   MAC   6
6   Virginia Tech   4-0   229   ACC   10
7   Ohio State   4-1   225   Big Ten   4
8   Nebraska   4-0   221   Big Ten   7
9   Oklahoma State   2-0   213   Big 12   8
10   Lehigh   3-1   181   EIWA   11
11   Pittsburgh   3-2   165   ACC   12
12   Virginia   5-1   163   ACC   9
13   Illinois   6-0   158   Big Ten   14
14   Edinboro   3-1   154   EWL   13
15   Iowa State   4-0   140   Big 12   16
16   Michigan   1-1   126   Big Ten   15
17   Northwestern   4-0   115   Big Ten   17
18   Oregon State   2-0   82   Pac-12   20
19   Oklahoma   3-1   65   Big 12   21
20   Chattanooga   3-0   53   SoCon   23
21   Old Dominion   0-1   48   MAC   22
22   Northern Iowa   1-1   47   MAC   18
23   N.C. State   4-1   31   ACC   NR
24   Ohio   2-1   26   MAC   24
25   Rider   3-1   24   EWL   NR

Dropped Out: Wisconsin, North Dakota State.
Others receiving votes: Wisconsin 18, Purdue 15, North Dakota State 12, Stanford 8, Wyoming 5, Penn 1, Princeton 1
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On the individual side of things Taylor (#20 at 133), Jordan, Robertson, McCall, and Medberry are all ranked.

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Is Bo Jordan hurt or something?  I didn't see his name in the lineup.

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Yes. They said they were missing 3 starters him,Hunter Stieber and one more.

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Re: Virginia Techís criteria upset shakes up USA Today/Poll
« Reply #11 on: November 25, 2014, 03:24:09 pm »
With a wild 19-18 criteria win over then No. 4 Ohio State at Cassell Coliseum on Sunday, Virginia Tech vaulted four spots to No. 6 in the USA Today/NWCA Division I Coaches Poll released on Tuesday.
The Hokies (4-0) won by just a single point on the dualís third tie-breaking criteria, most match points. The loss dropped Ohio State (4-1) three spots to No. 7.
No. 1 Iowa (3-0) opened with three wins at home against NAIA Baker, Division III Cornell College and NJCAA Iowa Central. Minnesota (2-0) remained at No. 2 with wins over Grand Canyon and Michigan State. Cornell (1-0) topped Oklahoma to remain third, while Penn State (3-0) shut out Clarion and moved into the No. 4 spot.
Missouri (3-0) beat Old Dominion and moved into the No. 5 spot. Virginia Tech, Ohio State, Nebraska (4-0) and Oklahoma State (2-0) remained in the top 10, while Lehigh (3-1) made its first appearance of the season in the nationís top 10.
The Big Ten still has five of the nationís top 10 teams and eight of the top 25.
Virginia (5-1) lost on Monday 30-7 to Ohio State and slid three spots to No. 12. A loss to unranked Purdue dropped Northern Iowa (1-1) four spots to No. 22, while N.C. State (4-1) moved into the top 25 after pushing then No. 7 Nebraska to the wire in a 16-15 loss to the Huskers. N.C. State is one of four ACC teams ranked. The Mid-American Conference also has four ranked schools.
Rider (3-1) moved into the Top 25 after a 20-19 criteria victory over then No. 18 Wisconsin on Friday. It was the first dual in Division I since the tie-breaking rules were redefined two years ago to be decided by the fourth criteria Ė first takedown. Rider joins Edinboro as the only two EWL teams ranked in the Top 25.
Wisconsin and North Dakota State fell out of the Top 25.
 
Rank   Team (First)   Record   Points   Conference   Previous
1   Iowa (8)   3-0   297   Big Ten   1
2   Minnesota (3)   4-0   283   Big Ten   2
3   Cornell    1-0   277   EIWA   3
4   Penn State (1)   3-0   266   Big Ten   5
5   Missouri   3-0   251   MAC   6
6   Virginia Tech   4-0   229   ACC   10
7   Ohio State    4-1   225   Big Ten   4
8   Nebraska   4-0   221   Big Ten   7
9   Oklahoma State   2-0   213   Big 12   8
10   Lehigh   3-1   181   EIWA   11
11   Pittsburgh   3-2   165   ACC   12
12   Virginia   5-1   163   ACC   9
13   Illinois   6-0   158   Big Ten   14
14   Edinboro   3-1   154   EWL   13
15   Iowa State   4-0   140   Big 12   16
16   Michigan   1-1   126   Big Ten   15
17   Northwestern   4-0   115   Big Ten   17
18   Oregon State   2-0   82   Pac-12   20
19   Oklahoma   3-1   65   Big 12   21
20   Chattanooga   3-0   53   SoCon   23
21   Old Dominion   0-1   48   MAC   22
22   Northern Iowa   1-1   47   MAC   18
23   N.C. State   4-1   31   ACC   NR
24   Ohio   2-1   26   MAC   24
25   Rider   3-1   24   EWL   NR

Dropped Out: No. 19 Wisconsin, No. 25 North Dakota State
Others receiving votes: Wisconsin 18, Purdue 15, North Dakota State 12, Stanford 8, Wyoming 5, Penn 1, Princeton 1
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Re: Virginia Tech Wrestling News - Hokies
« Reply #12 on: December 03, 2014, 10:42:34 pm »
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Re: Virginia Tech Wrestling News - Hokies
« Reply #13 on: December 19, 2014, 12:33:53 am »
Kevin Dresser draws on Iowa past to help Virginia Tech's wrestling future; Hokies at Penn State Friday
http://www.pennlive.com/sports/index.ssf/2014/12/kevin_dresser_draws_on_iowa_pa.html
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Re: Virginia Tech Wrestling News - Hokies
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Re: Virginia Tech Wrestling News - Hokies
« Reply #14 on: December 26, 2014, 11:12:59 am »
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Re: Virginia Tech Wrestling News - Hokies
« Reply #14 on: December 26, 2014, 11:12:59 am »