2022-23 NCAA DI Rankings

P4P - Carter Starocci

Carter Starocci moves into the #1 pound-for-pound spot after both Spencer Lee and Roman Bravo-Young lost at the NCAA Tournament. Despite those losses, RBY and Spencer had built impressive win streaks to keep them at the #3 and #4 spots.

Vito Arujau jumps up to #9 after defeating Daton Fix and the aforementioned RBY to win his first national title. However, two losses to Pat Glory last season keep him behind the Princeton Tiger in the rankings. 

Mason Parris, Austin O'Connor, Andrew Alirez, and Nino Bonaccorsi all make jumps after going undefeated to win their respective weights at NCAAs. 

Trent Hidlay and Mekhi Lewis both drop to the #19 and #20 spots in the pound-for-pound after taking 4th place at 174 and 184. Both Hidlay and Lewis have a robust resume to keep them in the top 20.

Questions or comments for the rankers? We welcome and encourage your feedback. Hit up Jon Kozak (email: Jonathan.Kozak@flosports.tv; Twitter: @KozakJon) and JD Rader (email: jd.rader@flosports.tv; Twitter: @rader_jd)

1JRCarter StarocciPenn State1743
2SRYianni DiakomihalisCornell1494
3SRSpencer LeeIowa1251
4SRRoman Bravo-YoungPenn State1332
5SOKeegan O'TooleMissouri1656
6SRDavid CarrIowa State1655
7SRAaron BrooksPenn State1847
8SRPat GloryPrinceton1259
9JRVito ArujauCornell13314
10SRMason ParrisMichigan28515
11SRAustin O'ConnorNorth Carolina15717
12JRAndrew AlirezN. Colorado14118
13SRNino BonaccorsiPittsburgh197NR
14SOParker KeckeisenUNI18410
15SRMikey LabriolaNebraska17412
16SRDaton FixOK State1338
17JRGreg KerkvlietPenn State28516
18JRReal WoodsIowa14119
19JRTrent HidlayNC State18411
20SRMekhi LewisVirginia Tech17413

Vito Arujau's win over Roman-Bravo Young in the 133-pound NCAA Finals:


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