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CONFERENCE 125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 285 TOTAL
Atlantic Coast Conference 3 5 4 4 5 3 4 5 3 3 39
Big 12 Conference 6 6 7 4 6 4 8 4 7 6 58
Big Ten Conference 10 10 7 7 7 7 8 12 11 9 88
Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association 4 2 4 4 5 7 4 3 5 4 42
Mid-American Conference 1 1 3 5 2 3 2 2 1 2 22
Pacific-12 Conference 3 3 2 3 2 3 2 2 1 2 23
Southern Conference 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 15
Pre-Allocations 29 29 28 29 28 29 29 29 29 28 287
At-Large 4 4 5 4 5 4 4 4 4 5 43
Edited by Wrestleknownothing

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"The NCAA Division I Wrestling Committee did determine it will not consider for championship selections, including conference pre-allocations, any results from extra matches that ended with injury defaults where the wrestlers did not wrestle".

Edited by vincevango

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41 minutes ago, vincevango said:

"The NCAA Division I Wrestling Committee did determine it will not consider for championship selections, including conference pre-allocations, any results from extra matches that ended with injury defaults where the wrestlers did not wrestle".

Such and easy and obvious solution to that BS.

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32 minutes ago, Wrestleknownothing said:

125 RPI is a bit of a mess.

Five of the top eight wrestlers in the coaches rank do not have enough matches (15) to qualify for an RPI.

Do they get to qualify with their conference matches?  If so there may be guys who will take spots because they did not earn one. 

Edited by Idaho

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1 hour ago, vincevango said:

"The NCAA Division I Wrestling Committee did determine it will not consider for championship selections, including conference pre-allocations, any results from extra matches that ended with injury defaults where the wrestlers did not wrestle".

So glorious

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11 minutes ago, SetonHallPirate said:

NCAA didn't link to CR like they usually do in the pre-allocation announcement. Link? Never mind. I was looking at the NJ.com article. NCAA link with CR is here.

Did Hines (Lehigh) and Deck (Army) not get submitted at their weight or are they somehow not eligible?

Edited by ugarte

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4 minutes ago, Idaho said:

Do they get to qualify with their conference matches?  If so there may be guys who will take spots because they did not earn one. 

The allocations are based on 3 criteria.

They need to have at least two of the following three to get an allocation for their conference: 70% D1 winning percentage (need 8 matches to calculate a winning percentage, top 30 coaches rank, top 30 RPI (need 15 matches for an RPI).

Micic is a good example of how it works.

He had only 10 matches, so no RPI. And his winning percentage was only 60% (6-4). So even though he is 21st in the coaches rank, he does not get the B1G an allocation at 141 because he fails on 2 of 3 criteria.

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1 minute ago, ugarte said:

NCAA didn't link to CR like they usually do in the pre-allocation announcement. Link?

Did Hines (Lehigh) and Deck (Army) not get submitted at their weight or are they somehow not eligible?

CR is part of the release the NCAA put out.

Hines didn't have the winning percentage, and didn't have enough matches for the RPI because his 15th match was disallowed.

As far as Deck, he didn't have a good enough CR or RPI. 

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12 minutes ago, Creek chub said:

I’m not good at math but it looks like the ACC earned more bids per capita (if that’s the right term) than all the other conferences 

ACC 39/60=65%

Big12 58/120=48.33%

Big10 88/140=62.86%

EIWA 42/170=24.71%

MAC 22/130=16.92%

Pac12 23/60=38.33%

Southern 15/90=16.67%

 

 

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22 minutes ago, SetonHallPirate said:

SoCon is actually 15/80, for 18.75%

When I looked at their conference, the site listed 9 teams, is one still ineligible for the post-season?

 

Appalachian State6-01.0003-03-0W69-2.8184-25-00-0W9Campbell6-1.8576-00-1L111-5.6887-11-43-0L1Chattanooga6-2.7503-13-1W39-10.4744-15-20-7W4Gardner-Webb5-2.7141-14-1W37-7.5003-44-30-0W2The Citadel4-3.5713-11-2W26-5.5455-11-30-1W2VMI3-6.3332-20-4L44-10.2862-41-51-1L4Davidson2-5.2860-32-2L13-10.2311-72-30-0L1Bellarmine1-7.1250-41-3L22-15.1181-51-40-6L2Presbyterian0-5.0000-10-4L51-6.1431-20-40-0L5

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26 minutes ago, royalfan said:

Can someone refresh my memory if the Rpi and coaches rankings are redone once more after qualifying tourneys? I believe they are but can’t quite recall. Thanks 

Yes to RPI, for sure.  Not sure on coaches off the top.

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44 minutes ago, MSU158 said:

When I looked at their conference, the site listed 9 teams, is one still ineligible for the post-season?

 

Appalachian State6-01.0003-03-0W69-2.8184-25-00-0W9Campbell6-1.8576-00-1L111-5.6887-11-43-0L1Chattanooga6-2.7503-13-1W39-10.4744-15-20-7W4Gardner-Webb5-2.7141-14-1W37-7.5003-44-30-0W2The Citadel4-3.5713-11-2W26-5.5455-11-30-1W2VMI3-6.3332-20-4L44-10.2862-41-51-1L4Davidson2-5.2860-32-2L13-10.2311-72-30-0L1Bellarmine1-7.1250-41-3L22-15.1181-51-40-6L2Presbyterian0-5.0000-10-4L51-6.1431-20-40-0L5

Bellarmine is until 2024-25

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2 hours ago, AKHUNTER said:

so the NCAA eliminated the hvy weight class?

The NCAA has never had a "Heavyweight" class.  The weight class for the heaviest wrestlers was called "Unlimited" until 1986.  It became 275 from 1987-1998, and then 285 from 1999 to present.

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38 minutes ago, lu_alum said:

The NCAA has never had a "Heavyweight" class.  The weight class for the heaviest wrestlers was called "Unlimited" until 1986.  It became 275 from 1987-1998, and then 285 from 1999 to present.

It’s officially been called heavyweight, primarily because it’s the only weight that has a minimum weight (183 lbs.), for as long as I can remember.

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