NCAA Rankings 2018-19
141 Yianni Yes
Always one of the most entertaining divisions, 141 lived up to expectations with another thrilling NCAAs. Headlining the All-Americans was unranked Kyle Shopp, who earned seventh place with wins over Josh Alber, Chad Red and Kaid Brock. As we unfortunately see here, sometimes rankings are far from perfect.
Max Murin was, like Shoop, also a big mover, going from #17 to #10, thanks to his run to the quarterfinals with victories over the higher ranked and seeded Tristan Moran and Mikey Carr. Carr, conversely, drops out of the top 10 after consecutive underwhelming performances at Big Tens and NCAAs that saw him lose to Red, Moran, Murin (twice), and Matt Findlay. Findlay gets a boost thanks to that victory over Carr.
|2||SR||Joey McKenna||Ohio State||2|
|5||SO||Nick Lee||Penn State||3|
|7||JR||Kyle Shoop||Lock Haven||NR|
|13||JR||Kaid Brock||OK State||14|
|15||SO||Ian Parker||Iowa State||13|
|16||SO||Matt Findlay||Utah Valley||19|
|20||JR||Sa'Derian Perry||Old Dominion||20|