2019-20 NCAA DIII Rankings

125 Mike Tortorice - University of Wisconsin Whitewater

The two-time All American takes the top spot to start the year. Tortorice will look to finish his career on top of the podium after a third-place finish in 2018 and a second-place finish in 2019. 

Peter Del Gallo finished in third place in 2019 and handed 2019 National Champion Jay Albis his only DIII loss of the season at the Roger Williams Invitational. Del Gallo will look to follow in his brother's footsteps and cap off his career with an NCAA title in Cedar Rapids. Returning All-Americans Victor Gliva, Carlos Champagne, and Eron Haynes round out the top five.

Brady Kyner and Matt Caccamise will look to secure their first All-American finish after falling in the blood round in 2019. Dante Ginnetti entered the 2019 NCAA Championships as the #4 seed but went 0-2, the two-time NCAA qualifier has his eyes set on his first All American finish in 2020. 

Questions or comments about the rankings? Get in touch with the ranker Anthony Bonaventura (Twitter: @coachabon; email: abonaven@stevens.edu)

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