2021-2022 NCAA D1 Dual Rankings

Team Dual Rankings

Arizona State was upset twice last weekend - first by Pittsburgh (24-19), then by Princeton (20-18). Because of those results, the Sun Devils drop 12 spots in the rankings while Pitt and Princeton make their debuts. It's worth noting that Arizona State was missing at least one starter in both of their losses. However, from the beginning, we said these rankings would be based solely on results. If we only took into account how good a team is with all of their starters in the lineup, then these become predictions and not rankings. Part of having a great dual team is having the depth to continue to perform even if a starter or two is out of the lineup.  

The other team new to the rankings this week is Michigan State. The Spartans enter the rankings after two close wins over both Indiana and #19 Purdue. They won by criteria over the Boilermakers and by two points (17-15) over the Hoosiers. Michigan State will have an opportunity to continue to rise in the rankings with a match against #14 Rutgers this Friday in East Lansing. 

Campbell, Wyoming, and Pennsylvania all fall out of the rankings with the entrance of Pittsburgh, Princeton, and Michigan State. Campbell fell to unranked Central Michigan (19-15) while Wyoming lost to North Dakota State (22-14). Penn, ranked #25 last week, has been the victim of canceled duals and has only wrestled 1 dual this season. The Quakers are sitting just on the outside of the top 25 but will have an opportunity to get back with upcoming duals against #11 Lehigh (Feb. 4), #12 Cornell (Feb. 6), and #16 Princeton (Feb. 12).

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