College wrestling rankings, Feb. 7: Penn State headlines 12 B1G teams on latest NWCA Coaches Poll
College wrestling rankings have been updated with the latest NWCA Coaches Poll dropping Tuesday, Feb. 7. To no surprise, Penn State continues to lead the nation by sweeping all first-place votes available.
At 13-0, Penn State remains the only undefeated unit in the country and generated 350 total points on the poll after wins over Ohio State and Indiana. The Nittany Lions will face Rutgers and Maryland this weekend.
Iowa — whose only loss is to Penn State so far — was second on the poll with 335 points. Ohio State also generated over 300 points on the poll and checked in at No. 4.
Michigan and Nebraska also made the top 10 to give the B1G 5 top-10 teams on the latest poll as we head toward the middle of February. We’ll see if anyone can knock off the Nittany Lions down the stretch.
Here’s how the full NWCA Coaches Poll shakes out:
1. Penn State
3. Iowa State
4. Ohio State
6. NC State
7. Oklahoma State
8. Virginia Tech
14. Northern Iowa
15. North Dakota State
16. South Dakota State
19. Arizona State
T-20. Appalachian State
24. Michigan State
Others receiving votes: West Virginia 16, Northern Colorado 15, Cal Poly 9, Lehigh 5, Stanford 5, Air Force 2.
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