Womens Wrestling

Menlo College ranked No. 4, NAIA Coaches Top 20

Date of competition: Thursday, January 9, 2020

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NAIA Coaches Top 20
1, Life University
2, Campbellsville University
3, University of Jamestown
4, Menlo College
5, Southern Oregon University
6, Wayland Baptist University
7, University of the Cumberlands
8, University of Providence
9, Oklahoma City University
10, Lyon College
11, Grand View
12, Midland University
13, Eastern Oregon University
14, Missouri Valley College
15, Missouri Baptist University
16, York College
17, Central Methodist University
18, Waldorf University
19, University of Saint Mary
20, Ottawa University

Top-ranked Individuals
101 - Nina Pham, Wayland Baptist (Texas)
109 - Alleida Martinez, Menlo
116 - Grace Figueroa, Menlo
123 - Tiana Jackson, Menlo
130- Abigail Nette, Campbellsville (Ky.)
136 - Desiree Zavala, Wayland Baptist (Texas)
143 – Sienna Ramirez, Southern Oregon
155 - Kaylynn Albrecht, Wayland Baptist (Texas)
170 - Precious Bell, Menlo
191 - Nkechinyere Nwankwo, Oklahoma City
Other ranked Menlo wrestlers
101: 6, Tiana Fernandez
123: 5, Alana Viva
130: 13, Taryn Ichimura
136: 10, Solin Piearcy
143: 8, Marilyn Garcia; 15, Angela Peralta
191: 2, Sara Aguilar (Palo Alto grad); 17, Folashade Akinola (M-A grad)

posted by Rick on Jan 9, 2020 at 3:53 pm

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