NCAA Releases Coaches Panel Rankings, RPI for Wrestling

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    The NCAA has released the second of three coaches' panel rankings and the first Rating Percentage Index (RPI) for the 2010-11 wrestling season. The final rankings and RPI will be two of the tools used as part of the selection process to determine the qualifiers for the 2011 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships.

     

    Air Force sophomore Cole VonOhlen is listed in both rankings, rated 10th in the coaches' panel rankings, while coming in 19th in the initial RPI at 141 pounds.

     

    Wrestlers in each weight class will be measured by Division I winning percentage, RPI and coaches' rankings to earn spots for the 2011 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships. The coaches' rankings are compiled by a vote of coaches across the nation. Each qualifying tournament has five coaches rank the top 33 wrestlers in two weight classes. For ranking purposes, coaches must select a wrestler as a starter at a designated weight class. In addition, coaches may only select one wrestler per weight class.

     

    To be eligible for an RPI ranking, a wrestler must have a minimum of 17 Division I matches at a given weight class. The top 33 wrestlers in the RPI are listed for each weight class.

     

    The full rankings and RPI of each weight class are available at NCAA.com.

     

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