NCAA Rankings 2017-18
165: The Cenzone
IMar closes out a legendary career with a second consecutive NCAA finals loss to Vincenzo Joseph.
Coming in second to Jason Tsirtsis in this year's recently made up but also very real Comeback Wrestler of the Year Award is Chance Marsteller, whose future with the sport was very much in doubt less than two years ago.
Jon Chavez has had a quiet college career thus far but turned it on when it mattered in Cleveland. And showing off the insane depth of 165 this year, two-time All-American Chad Walsh and under-23 freestyle world champion Richie Lewis both lost in the round of 12.
|1||SO||Vincenzo Joseph||Penn State||2|
|4||JR||Chance Marsteller||Lock Haven||10|
|5||SO||David McFadden||Virginia Tech||3|
|8||JR||Chandler Rogers||OK State||8|
|15||JR||Te'Shan Campbell||Ohio State||14|
|16||SO||Anthony Valencia||Arizona State||15|
|17||SO||Andrew Fogarty||ND State||16|
|18||SO||Demetrius Romero||Utah Valley||17|