2021-22 NCAA DI Rankings
Brady Ice Berge
Brady Berge's unretirement was the news of the week for 165. Berge was a qualifier last season at 157 but wrestled at 165 last week, so that's where he'll be ranked until that changes. His ranking is very provisional and will move up or down quickly based on his results and those of the wrestlers around him on the ladder.
Elsewhere, Josh Ogunsanya beat Brian Meyer in an excellent EIWA dual. Meyer's earlier win over Wentzel buoys his rankings and allows Ogunsanya to move up.
The Virginia Dual added more chaos to the honorable mentions. Eyler earned a ranking and there was a ranker's delight when Tanner Cook beat Andrew Nicholson of Chattanooga, who beat Gaven Bell of Maryland, who beat Tanner Cook. Cook has the strongest resume of the three, and stays in the honorable mentions, with Nicholson with the next strongest but not better than Riley Smucker, who claims the last spot on the list.
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