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Three Monarch Wrestlers Ranked In Preseason Polls

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Release: October 25, 2005
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Oct. 25, 2005

NORFOLK, VA - W.I.N. Magazine released its preseason NCAA Division I wrestling rankings for the 2005-06 season. In the October 10th poll, Old Dominion senior Adam Wright (Dayton, VA), a 2004 NCAA Qualifier, has been ranked 17th at 184 pounds. Last year Wright notched his second consecutive 30-win season on the way to a championship at the Virginia Intercollegiate State tournament and a runner-up finish at the Missouri Open at 184.

As in previous years, the W.I.N. rankings are based on who the editors think are currently the best individuals. The rankings are compiled after receiving feedback from the collegiate wrestling coaches.

W.I.N. Individual Rankings
184 pounds
1 Eric Bradley, Sr. Penn
2 Pete Friedl, Sr. Illinois
3 Paul Bradley, Sr. Iowa
4 Kurt Backes, Jr. Iowa State
5 Matt Pell, Jr. Missouri
6 Ben Wissel, Sr. Purdue
7 Roger Kish, So. Minnesota
8 Justin Dyer, Jr. Oklahoma
9 Shane Webster, Sr. Oregon
10 CB Dollaway, Jr. Arizona State
11 Steve Borja, Sr. Va. Tech
12 Ryan Halsey, Sr. Cal Poly
13 Josh Glenn, So. American
14 Mike Tamillow, So. Northwestern
15 Alex Dolly, So. Northern Iowa
16 Joe Rovelli, So. Hofstra
17 Adam Wright, Sr. Old Dominion 
18 TJ Morrison, Jr. Rider
19 Alex Camargo, Sr. Kent
20 Christian Sinnott, So. Central Michigan
The NWCA/Intermat NCAA division I preseason rankings have also come out ranking ODU's Michael Martin (Chesapeake, VA) no. 17 at 133 pounds and T.J. Hansen (Dallas, TX) no. 17 at 174 pounds.

Martin, the nephew of head wrestling coach Steve Martin and transfer from Illinois, was an NCAA qualifier in 2004 as well as a Big Ten placewinner. Last year he beat NCAA All-Americans Coyte Cooper of Indiana and Cory Cooperman of Lehigh recording an opening round fall over Cooperman in 26 seconds at the 2004 NCAA championships. Hansen, a graduate student transfer from Missouri, was a 2001 Intermat Honorable Mention All-American, and last year while at Missouri beat NCAA quarterfinalist Imad Kharbush of Stanford twice.

NWCA/Intermat NCAA division I preseason rankings

133 1 Shawn Bunch, Edinboro, Sr. 2 Tom Clum, Wisconsin, Sr. 3 Mack Reiter, Minnesota, So. 4 Evan Sola, North Carolina, Sr. 5 Drew Headlee, Pittsburgh, Jr. 6 Matt Valenti, Penn, Jr. 7 Scott Jorgenson, Boise State, Sr. 8 Nathan Morgan, Oklahoma State, So. 9 Chad Mendes/Darrell Vasquez, Cal Poly, So. 10 David Hoffman, Virginia Tech, Sr. 11 Charles Griffin, Hofstra, So. 12 Mario Galanakis, Iowa, Sr. 13 Mike Mormile, Cornell, Sr. 14 Jesse Sundell, Iowa State, Sr. 15 Jason Borrelli, Central Michigan, Sr. 16 Josh Keefe/Matt Keller, UT-Chattanooga, Jr. 17 Michael Martin, Old Dominion, Jr. 18 Tim Harner, Rider, So. 19 Mark Moos, Michigan, Jr. 20 Matt DeLorenzo, Columbia, Jr.

174
1 Ben Askren, Missouri, Jr.
2 Pete Friedl, Illinois, Sr.
3 Jake Herbert, Northwestern, So.
4 Joe Mazzurco, Cornell, Sr.
5 Matt Palmer, Columbia, Jr.
6 Imad Kharbush, Stanford, Sr.
7 Mike Patrovich, Hofstra, Jr.
8 Travis Frick, Lehigh, Sr.
9 Kelly Flahtery, Wisconsin, Sr.
10 Brady Richardson, Indiana, Sr.
11 Chris Gifford, Fresno State, So.
12 Ken Robertson, Eastern Illinois, Jr.
13 Nick Roy, Michigan, Jr.
14 Dustin Wiles, Penn, Sr.
15 Josh Weitzel, Oklahoma, Jr.
16 Jeremy Larson, Oregon State, Jr.
17 T.J. Hansen, Old Dominion, Sr.
18 Gabe Dretsch, Minnesota, So.
19 Joe Lowe, UNC Greensboro, Jr.
20 Joe Williams, Michigan State, So.

For more information inside the NWCA please visit: www.intermatwrestling.com

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