2022-23 NCAA DI Rankings

141 - Andrew Alirez

After defeating Real Woods in the finals, Andrew Alirez settled the debate of who is the best 141-pound wrestler in the country. Along with the win over Woods, Alirez beat Beau Bartlett, and Lachlan McNeil on his way to the finals giving him victories over the #2, #3, and #4 place finishers in Tulsa.

The rest of the rankings follow the results of the NCAA Tournament - you can view all of those results by CLICKING HERE. However, it's worth noting that Brock Hardy finished sixth, while Clay Carlson placed 5th due to an injury default by Hardy in the 5th/6th place match. Because we don't count injury defaults toward a wrestler's ranking, Hardy stays ranked above Carlson.

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1JRAndrew AlirezN. Colorado1
2SRReal WoodsIowa2
3JRBeau BartlettPenn State6
4FRLachlan McNeilNorth Carolina7
5SOBrock HardyNebraska5
6SRClay CarlsonSD State13
7SRParker FiliusPurdue14
8JRDylan D'EmilioOhio State17
9SRCole MatthewsPittsburgh3
10SRAllan HartMissouri8
11SORyan JackNC State4
12FRCasey SwiderskiIowa State20
13FRVince CornellaCornell11
14SOMalyke HinesLehigh24
15JRMosha SchwartzOklahoma9
16JRFrankie Tal ShaharNorthwestern18
17FRTom CrookVirginia Tech10
18SOCael HappelUNI15
19SRCole MattinMichiganHM
20SRJakob BergelandMinnesota19
21SRCarmen FerrantePenn21
22SRMatt KazimirColumbia23
23FRJordan TitusWest VirginiaHM
24SOCarter YoungOK State12
HMSOJosh KoderhandtNavy22
HMSOJoseph ZargoWisconsinHM
HMFRKal MillerMarylandHM
HMSRShannon HannaCampbellHM
HMJRCleveland BeltonOregon State16
HMJRMcKenzie BellRiderNR
HMSOJoey OlivieriRutgersHM
HMSODanny PucinoIllinoisHM

Andrew Alirez's win over Real Woods in the NCAA Finals:


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