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Here are the rules for at-large selections from the NCAA Pre-Championship Manual:


On March 11, wrestlers in each weight class will receive an updated Win %, RPI and coaches’ ranking that includes all competition through the qualifying events. Wrestlers who meet or exceed any two of the following criteria will be eligible for at-large consideration:



● .700 Win %

● Top 33 RPI

● Top 33 CR

● .700 winning percentage against all competition

● One win against a wrestler receiving automatic qualification via an earned position (preallocated)

● Qualifying event placement one below automatic qualification Only wrestlers that meet or exceed two of the above criteria will be eligible for selection as at-large qualifiers.


A wrestler must have participated in his respective conference or qualifying tournament in order to be considered for at-large selection to the championships. *Note: Wrestlers without conference affiliation may be considered if all other criteria are met. The NCAA Wrestling Committee will use the following weighted criteria, in priority order, to evaluate the wrestlers:



● Head-to-head competition — 25%

● Quality wins — 20%

● Coaches ranking — 15%

● Results against common opponents — 10%

● RPI — 10%

● Qualifying event placement — 10%

● Win percentage — 10%


If you want to start looking at the bubble (including the shoo-ins) have at it. I'm going to take a look the Cornell bubble over in the Cornell thread later.


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