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The following breaks down the Top 10 teams from the 2017 NCAA Championships in terms of what their lineups could look like in 2017-18. Lineups next season are subject to change, based on wrestlers redshirting or changing weight classes.


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103 /13 1/8


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97 / 17.5 1/5


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86.5 / 14 1/5


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47.5 / 6 0/3


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133 - Stevan Micic, So. (4th); 165 - Logan Massa, So. (3rd); 174 - Myles Amine, So. (4th)


13 157 - Tyler Berger, Jr. (4th) 10 38.5 27.5 46.5 38.5 85 110 142


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149 - Zain Retherford, Sr. (1st); 157 - Jason Nolf, Jr. (1st); 165 - Vincenzo Joseph, So. (1st); 174 - Mark Hall. So. (1st); 184 - Bo Nickal, Jr. (1st)


133 - Nathan Tomasello, Sr. (3rd); 149 -Micah Jordan, Jr. (4th); 174 - Bo Jordan, Sr. (2nd); 184 - Myles Martin, Jr. (5th); 197 - Kollin Moore, So. (3rd); 285 - Kyle Snyder, Sr. (1st)


125-Nick Piccininni, So. (4th); 133-Kaid Brock, Jr. (4th); 141-Dean Heil, Sr. (1st); 157-Joe Smith, Jr. (4th); 165-Chandler Rogers, Jr. (5th); Preston Weigel, Jr. (6th)


149 - Brandon Sorensen, Sr. (3rd); 157 - Michael Kemerer, So. (3rd)


141 - Jaydin Eierman, So. (5th); 157 - Joey Lavallee, Sr. (2nd); 165 - Daniel Lewis, Jr. (6th)


149 - Solomon Chishko, Jr. (6th); 197 - Jared Haught, Sr. (4th)


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There were two other Nittany Lions who could have placed but were injured: Nick Suriano (125) and Jerred Cortez (133).


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Geo Martinez, a two-time NQ and transfer from Boise State or Boo Lewellen, a 2016 Reno TOC champ, could replace Anthony Collica (149); Jordan Rogers could replace AA Kyle Crutchmer (174).


Hwt Sam Stoll returns from injury, as do NQs Joey Gunther (165) and Cash Wilcke (197). Newcomers include Alex Marinelli (165) and Kaleb Young (174) or true FR (& Jr. World champ) Spencer Lee (125).


Other NQs who return are Barlow McGhee (125), John Erneste (133) and Austin Myers (Hwt) while two-time AA Willie Miklus (197 in 2017-2018) also returns while missing last season due to injury.


New coach Tony Robie also welcomes back


2016 AA Zach Epperly (who failed to place at 174 in St. Louis) as well as ACC champion and two-time NQ Zack Zavatsky (184).


125 - Ethan Lizak, So. (2nd); 141 - Thomas Thorn, So. (8th)


After dealing with distractions in 2017, coach Brandon (JJXP DOVR ZHOFRPHV EDFN ¿YH RWKHU 14V 0LWFK McKee (133), Jake Short (157), Nick Wanzak (165), Chris Pfarr (174) and Bobby Steveson (184).


165 - Brandon Womack, So. (8th)


Big Red wrestling takes on a new chapter as Ben Honis (197) is the only other NQ. How soon will coach Rob Koll turn to new freshmen and Cadet World medalists Vito Arujau and Yianni Diakomihalis?


Coach Mark Manning graduated nearly his entire


NCAA squad, but does return Colton McCrystal (141) as well as a talented light weight in redshirt freshman Chad Red (149).


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