January 31st, 2022 WrestlingByPirate Dual Impact Index

January 31st, 2022 WrestlingByPirate Dual Impact Index

Here’s how the numbers are calculated:

Individual rankings: Basically, all wrestlers set to 100 at the start of the calculation, and the opponents’ rankings having 30, 40, 50, or 60, depending on the type of victory (to correspond with dual scoring), either added or subtracted from it in each cycle. When the numbers stabilize to three digits (the one-thousandths place), the rankings are finalized for the week.

Minimum numbers of matches for the season to be listed remain at five at the weight against Division I opponents, however, it is also a requirement that a wrestler participate in a single-entry tournament or dual meet, attached. Wrestlers who have met the five-match requirement, but not the single-entry requirement, are listed in red. Wrestlers who have met both requirements, but do not make up the best dual-meet lineup amongst the wrestlers rated, are listed in yellow.

Dual-Results: Based on the results of duals themselves. Figured the same way as the individual rankings, with each team being given +/- 30 points for a win or a loss, plus or minus one point for each match the dual is won or lost by. Criteria points are not included in this figure.

Tournament-Strength: Teams are given points on the same scale points are earned at the NCAA Championships, with bonus points.

Dual-Component: Teams are matched up in mock duals based on how the individual wrestlers are rated. Bonus points are given at a margin of 35, 45, and 55 points, to simulate major decisions, technical falls, and falls, respectively. The number listed is the number of mock duals won.

Roster-Component: Similar to the Dual-Component ranking, but includes redshirts. Basically, what things might look like if every single coach in the country pulled all of their wrestlers out of redshirt.

Columns:

WL: Based on only wins and losses (Dual-Results only)
MOV: Based on only margin of victory/scoring of bonus points (Dual-Results only)
SOS: Strength of Schedule, the average ratings of your opponents minus 100
Total: Win/Loss plus MOV (Dual-Results only)
Forf Wts: Number of weights forfeited in duals due to lack of eligible wrestlers, will be zero for most schools by end of season (component rankings only)

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Tentative D-1 Week in Preview, January 31-February 6

All times Eastern, with local times in parenthesis.

*Eligible for a one-pound weight allowance.

Wednesday, February 2:

McDaniel at Franklin & Marshall, 7:00 PM

Thursday, February 3:

Rider at Rutgers, 7:00 PM

Friday, February 4:

Stanford at Arizona State, 2:00 PM (12:00 PM)
The Citadel at Chattanooga, 7:00 PM
Gardner-Webb at Davidson, 7:00 PM
Central Michigan at Edinboro, 7:00 PM
Ohio at Kent State, 7:00 PM
Penn at Lehigh, 7:00 PM
Michigan State at Maryland, 7:00 PM
Virginia at NC State, 7:00 PM
Pittsburgh at North Carolina, 7:00 PM
Little Rock at Oklahoma, 7:00 PM (6:00 PM)
Ohio State at Penn State, 7:00 PM
Duke at Virginia Tech, 7:00 PM
Bucknell at Navy, 7:30 PM
Minnesota at Illinois, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)
West Virginia at Iowa State, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)
Wyoming at Northern Colorado, 8:00 PM (6:00 PM)
Air Force at Northern Iowa, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)
South Dakota State at Oklahoma State, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)
Michigan at Nebraska, 9:00 PM (8:00 PM)
CSU Bakersfield at California Baptist, 10:00 PM (7:00 PM)
Cal Poly at Oregon State, 10:00 PM (7:00 PM)

Saturday, February 5:

*Bellarmine, Edinboro, Kent State at Edinboro Open, hosted by Edinboro, 10:00 AM
*Franklin & Marshall at Messiah Open, hosted by Messiah, 10:00 AM
Northern Illinois at Buffalo, 1:00 PM
*Air Force at Iowa State, 1:00 PM (12:00 PM)
Cornell at Princeton, 1:00 PM
Hofstra at Drexel, 2:00 PM
Wisconsin at Iowa, 3:30 PM (2:30 PM)
Long Island at Drexel, 4:00 PM
SIU Edwardsville at George Mason, 4:30 PM
*San Francisco State at California Baptist, 5:00 PM (2:00 PM)
Clarion vs. SIU Edwardsville at George Mason, 6:00 PM
*Life Pacific at California Baptist, 7:00 PM (4:00 PM)
*Ohio at Cleveland State, 7:00 PM
Clarion at George Mason, 7:30 PM
*West Virginia at Northern Iowa, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)

Sunday, February 6:

Nebraska at Penn State, 12:00 PM
Ohio State at Rutgers, 12:00 PM
Sacred Heart at Bloomsburg, 1:00 PM
York (PA) at Bloomsburg, 1:00 PM
Davidson at Campbell, 1:00 PM
*Cornell at Penn, 1:00 PM
Minnesota at Purdue, 1:00 PM
Lehigh at Army West Point, 2:00 PM
American at Bucknell, 2:00 PM
Appalachian State at Chattanooga, 2:00 PM
Indiana at Illinois, 2:00 PM (1:00 PM)
Central Michigan at Kent State, 2:00 PM
*Clarion at Navy, 2:00 PM
Columbia at Pittsburgh, 2:00 PM
Lock Haven at Rider, 2:00 PM
Arizona State at Little Rock, 3:00 PM (2:00 PM)
Oklahoma State at Missouri, 3:00 PM (2:00 PM)
Maryland at Northwestern, 3:00 PM (2:00 PM)
*Long Island at Penn, 3:30 PM
South Dakota State at Oklahoma, 4:00 PM (3:00 PM)
*Cornell at Drexel, 5:00 PM

January 24th, 2022 WrestlingByPirate Dual Impact Index

20220124 ratings

Here’s how the numbers are calculated:

Individual rankings: Basically, all wrestlers set to 100 at the start of the calculation, and the opponents’ rankings having 30, 40, 50, or 60, depending on the type of victory (to correspond with dual scoring), either added or subtracted from it in each cycle. When the numbers stabilize to three digits (the one-thousandths place), the rankings are finalized for the week.

Minimum numbers of matches for the season to be listed remain at five at the weight against Division I opponents, however, it is also a requirement that a wrestler participate in a single-entry tournament or dual meet, attached. Wrestlers who have met the five-match requirement, but not the single-entry requirement, are listed in red. Wrestlers who have met both requirements, but do not make up the best dual-meet lineup amongst the wrestlers rated, are listed in yellow.

Dual-Results: Based on the results of duals themselves. Figured the same way as the individual rankings, with each team being given +/- 30 points for a win or a loss, plus or minus one point for each match the dual is won or lost by. Criteria points are not included in this figure.

Tournament-Strength: Teams are given points on the same scale points are earned at the NCAA Championships, with bonus points.

Dual-Component: Teams are matched up in mock duals based on how the individual wrestlers are rated. Bonus points are given at a margin of 35, 45, and 55 points, to simulate major decisions, technical falls, and falls, respectively. The number listed is the number of mock duals won.

Roster-Component: Similar to the Dual-Component ranking, but includes redshirts. Basically, what things might look like if every single coach in the country pulled all of their wrestlers out of redshirt.

Columns:

WL: Based on only wins and losses (Dual-Results only)
MOV: Based on only margin of victory/scoring of bonus points (Dual-Results only)
SOS: Strength of Schedule, the average ratings of your opponents minus 100
Total: Win/Loss plus MOV (Dual-Results only)
Forf Wts: Number of weights forfeited in duals due to lack of eligible wrestlers, will be zero for most schools by end of season (component rankings only)

Tentative D-1 Week in Preview, January 24-30

All times Eastern, with local times in parenthesis.

*Eligible for a one-pound weight allowance.

Monday, January 24:

*Arizona State at Cal Poly, 3:00 PM (12:00 PM)

Tuesday, January 25:

Gardner-Webb at Appalachian State, 7:00 PM

Wednesday, January 26:

Franklin & Marshall at Gettysburg, 7:00 PM

Thursday, January 27:

California Baptist at Air Force, 9:00 PM (7:00 PM)

Friday, January 28:

Columbia at Binghamton, 5:00 PM
Princeton at Harvard, 6:00 PM
Penn at Brown, 7:00 PM
NC State at Duke, 7:00 PM
Chattanooga at Gardner-Webb, 7:00 PM
Wisconsin at Maryland, 7:00 PM
Minnesota at Michigan, 7:00 PM
Virginia Tech at Pittsburgh, 7:00 PM
North Carolina at Virginia, 7:00 PM
Bellarmine at VMI, 7:30 PM
*California Baptist at Northern Colorado, 8:00 PM (6:00 PM)
Iowa State at Oklahoma, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)
West Virginia at South Dakota State, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)
Penn State at Iowa, 9:00 PM (8:00 PM)

Saturday, January 29:

*Appalachian State, North Carolina at Appalachian Open, hosted by Appalachian State, 9:00 AM
Lock Haven at Mat Town Open II, hosted by Lock Haven, 9:30 AM
*Princeton at Brown, 12:00 PM
Purdue at Indiana, 12:00 PM
Bloomsburg at Rider, 12:00 PM
*Columbia vs. Navy at Cornell, 1:00 PM
*Penn at Harvard, 1:00 PM
Army West Point at Bucknell, 2:00 PM
Northwestern at Illinois, 2:00 PM (1:00 PM)
*West Virginia at North Dakota State, 2:00 PM (1:00 PM)
*Columbia at Cornell, 3:00 PM
*Navy at Cornell, 5:00 PM
Missouri vs. Wyoming at Utah Valley, 6:00 PM (4:00 PM)
Northern Iowa at Oklahoma State, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)
Wyoming at Utah Valley, 8:00 PM (6:00 PM)
Stanford vs. Menlo at Mountain View, CA, 9:00 PM (6:00 PM)
Missouri at Utah Valley, 10:00 PM (8:00 PM)

Sunday, January 30:

Davidson vs. Long Island at The Citadel, 10:00 AM
Northern Illinois at Little Rock, 11:00 AM (10:00 AM)
Hofstra vs. Kent State at Clarion, 12:00 PM
*Air Force at North Dakota State, 12:00 PM (11:00 AM)
Franklin & Marshall at Sacred Heart, 12:00 PM
Long Island at The Citadel, 12:00 PM
Drexel at American, 1:00 PM
Chattanooga at Campbell, 1:00 PM
Edinboro at George Mason, 1:00 PM
Cal Poly vs. Northern Illinois at Little Rock, 1:00 PM
Hofstra at Clarion, 1:30 PM
*Navy at Binghamton, 2:00 PM
*Rider at Bucknell, 2:00 PM
Ohio at Central Michigan, 2:00 PM
Michigan at Maryland, 2:00 PM
Davidson at The Citadel, 2:00 PM
VMI at Campbell, 2:30 PM
Kent State at Clarion, 3:00 PM
Cal Poly at Little Rock, 3:00 PM (2:00 PM)
*Northern Iowa at Oklahoma, 3:00 PM (2:00 PM)
*Iowa State at Oklahoma State, 3:00 PM (2:00 PM)
Oregon State at Arizona State, 4:00 PM (2:00 PM)

January 17th, 2022 WrestlingByPirate Dual Impact Index

20220117 ratings

Here’s how the numbers are calculated:

Individual rankings: Basically, all wrestlers set to 100 at the start of the calculation, and the opponents’ rankings having 30, 40, 50, or 60, depending on the type of victory (to correspond with dual scoring), either added or subtracted from it in each cycle. When the numbers stabilize to three digits (the one-thousandths place), the rankings are finalized for the week.

Minimum numbers of matches for the season to be listed remain at five at the weight against Division I opponents, however, it is also a requirement that a wrestler participate in a single-entry tournament or dual meet, attached. Wrestlers who have met the five-match requirement, but not the single-entry requirement, are listed in red. Wrestlers who have met both requirements, but do not make up the best dual-meet lineup amongst the wrestlers rated, are listed in yellow.

Dual-Results: Based on the results of duals themselves. Figured the same way as the individual rankings, with each team being given +/- 30 points for a win or a loss, plus or minus one point for each match the dual is won or lost by. Criteria points are not included in this figure.

Tournament-Strength: Teams are given points on the same scale points are earned at the NCAA Championships, with bonus points.

Dual-Component: Teams are matched up in mock duals based on how the individual wrestlers are rated. Bonus points are given at a margin of 35, 45, and 55 points, to simulate major decisions, technical falls, and falls, respectively. The number listed is the number of mock duals won.

Roster-Component: Similar to the Dual-Component ranking, but includes redshirts. Basically, what things might look like if every single coach in the country pulled all of their wrestlers out of redshirt.

Columns:

WL: Based on only wins and losses (Dual-Results only)
MOV: Based on only margin of victory/scoring of bonus points (Dual-Results only)
SOS: Strength of Schedule, the average ratings of your opponents minus 100
Total: Win/Loss plus MOV (Dual-Results only)
Forf Wts: Number of weights forfeited in duals due to lack of eligible wrestlers, will be zero for most schools by end of season (component rankings only)

Tentative D-1 Week in Preview, January 17-23

All times Eastern, with local times in parenthesis.

*Eligible for a one-pound weight allowance.

Monday, January 17:

Michigan State at Indiana, 3:30 PM

Tuesday, January 18:

Cleveland State at Clarion, 6:00 PM

Thursday, January 20:

Gardner-Webb at VMI, 7:00 PM
Missouri at Oklahoma, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)

Friday, January 21:

*Little Rock vs. VMI at Appalachian State, 4:00 PM
*VMI at Appalachian State, 5:45 PM
Davidson at Bellarmine, 6:00 PM
Penn State at Michigan, 6:00 PM
Rutgers at Michigan State, 6:00 PM
Maryland at Indiana, 7:00 PM
George Mason at Lock Haven, 7:00 PM
Duke at North Carolina, 7:00 PM
Central Michigan at Northern Illinois, 7:00 PM (6:00 PM)
Virginia at Pittsburgh, 7:00 PM
Illinois at Purdue, 7:00 PM
*Little Rock at Appalachian State, 7:30 PM
Oregon State at Northern Colorado, 8:00 PM (6:00 PM)
Iowa at Ohio State, 8:00 PM
Nebraska at Wisconsin, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)

Saturday, January 22:

Navy at Ohio, 11:00 AM
Edinboro vs. Rider at Cleveland State, 12:00 PM
Binghamton at Long Island, 12:00 PM
Harvard at Cornell, 1:00 PM
Columbia at Princeton, 1:00 PM
Rider at Cleveland State, 1:30 PM
Edinboro at Cleveland State, 3:00 PM
Brown at Cornell, 3:00 PM
South Dakota State at Missouri, 3:00 PM (2:00 PM)
*Oregon State at Wyoming, 3:00 PM (1:00 PM)
Sacred Heart at Bucknell, 5:00 PM
*Clarion at Lock Haven, 7:00 PM
North Dakota State at Northern Iowa, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)

Sunday, January 23:

*Central Michigan at SIU Edwardsville, 12:00 PM (11:00 AM)
George Mason at Bloomsburg, 1:00 PM
Penn State at Michigan State, 1:00 PM
Oklahoma at Northern Illinois, 1:00 PM (12:00 PM)
*Davidson at Ohio, 1:00 PM
Maryland at Ohio State, 1:00 PM
*Columbia at Penn, 1:00 PM
*Navy at Cleveland State, 2:00 PM
Buffalo at Kent State, 2:00 PM
*South Dakota State at SIU Edwardsville, 2:00 PM (1:00 PM)
*North Dakota State at Iowa State, 3:00 PM (2:00 PM)
Little Rock at North Carolina, 3:00 PM
Nebraska at Northwestern, 3:00 PM (2:00 PM)
Lehigh at Oklahoma State, 3:00 PM (2:00 PM)
Rutgers at Michigan, 4:00 PM
Wisconsin at Purdue, 4:00 PM
*Central Michigan at SIU Edwardsville, 4:00 PM (3:00 PM)
The Citadel at Campbell, 5:00 PM
Arizona State at CSU Bakersfield, 5:00 PM (2:00 PM)
*Bucknell at Drexel, 6:00 PM
NC State at Campbell, 7:00 PM

January 10th, 2022 WrestlingByPirate Dual Impact Index

20220110 ratings

Here’s how the numbers are calculated:

Individual rankings: Basically, all wrestlers set to 100 at the start of the calculation, and the opponents’ rankings having 30, 40, 50, or 60, depending on the type of victory (to correspond with dual scoring), either added or subtracted from it in each cycle. When the numbers stabilize to three digits (the one-thousandths place), the rankings are finalized for the week.

Minimum numbers of matches for the season to be listed remain at five at the weight against Division I opponents, however, it is also a requirement that a wrestler participate in a single-entry tournament or dual meet, attached. Wrestlers who have met the five-match requirement, but not the single-entry requirement, are listed in red. Wrestlers who have met both requirements, but do not make up the best dual-meet lineup amongst the wrestlers rated, are listed in yellow.

Dual-Results: Based on the results of duals themselves. Figured the same way as the individual rankings, with each team being given +/- 30 points for a win or a loss, plus or minus one point for each match the dual is won or lost by. Criteria points are not included in this figure.

Tournament-Strength: Teams are given points on the same scale points are earned at the NCAA Championships, with bonus points.

Dual-Component: Teams are matched up in mock duals based on how the individual wrestlers are rated. Bonus points are given at a margin of 35, 45, and 55 points, to simulate major decisions, technical falls, and falls, respectively. The number listed is the number of mock duals won.

Roster-Component: Similar to the Dual-Component ranking, but includes redshirts. Basically, what things might look like if every single coach in the country pulled all of their wrestlers out of redshirt.

Columns:

WL: Based on only wins and losses (Dual-Results only)
MOV: Based on only margin of victory/scoring of bonus points (Dual-Results only)
SOS: Strength of Schedule, the average ratings of your opponents minus 100
Total: Win/Loss plus MOV (Dual-Results only)
Forf Wts: Number of weights forfeited in duals due to lack of eligible wrestlers, will be zero for most schools by end of season (component rankings only)

Tentative D-1 Week in Preview, January 10-16

All times Eastern, with local times in parenthesis.

*Eligible for a one-pound weight allowance.

Wednesday, January 12:

CSU Bakersfield at Iowa State, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)

Thursday, January 13:

Appalachian State at Duke, 7:00 PM

Friday, January 14:

Franklin & Marshall at Davidson, 12:00 PM
Chattanooga vs. Virginia at Hampton, VA, 1:00 PM
Kent State vs. Maryland at Hampton, VA, 1:00 PM
Lock Haven vs. Oklahoma at Hampton, VA, 1:00 PM
Chattanooga vs. Maryland at Hampton, VA, 3:00 PM
Kent State vs. Oklahoma at Hampton, VA, 3:00 PM
Lock Haven vs. Virginia at Hampton, VA, 3:00 PM
Buffalo at Long Island, 5:00 PM
Bucknell at Harvard, 6:00 PM
Drexel at Brown, 7:00 PM
Columbia at Lehigh, 7:00 PM
Michigan at Ohio State, 7:00 PM
Arizona State at Pittsburgh, 7:00 PM
Illinois at Rutgers, 7:00 PM
George Mason at VMI, 7:30 PM
Iowa at Northwestern, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)
Nebraska at Minnesota, 9:00 PM (8:00 PM)
North Dakota State at Utah Valley, 9:00 PM (7:00 PM)
Iowa State at Wyoming, 9:00 PM (7:00 PM)
Northern Iowa at Air Force, 9:30 PM (7:30 PM)
Little Rock at Oregon State, 10:00 PM (7:00 PM)

Saturday, January 15:

*Chattanooga vs. Kent State at Hampton, VA, 10:00 AM
*Bucknell at Brown, 12:00 PM
*California Baptist at Bloomsburg, 1:00 PM
Army West Point at Cornell, 1:00 PM
*Buffalo at Hofstra, 1:00 PM
*Chattanooga vs. South Dakota State at Hampton, VA, 2:00 PM
*Kent State vs. Virginia at Hampton, VA, 2:00 PM
*Navy at Lehigh, 2:00 PM
*California Baptist vs. Lock Haven at Bloomsburg, 3:00 PM
*Sacred Heart at Harvard, 3:00 PM
*Maryland vs. South Dakota State at Hampton, VA, 4:00 PM
*Oklahoma vs. Virginia at Hampton, VA, 4:00 PM
*George Mason at Virginia Tech, 4:00 PM
*Drexel at Binghamton, 5:00 PM
*Lock Haven at Bloomsburg, 5:00 PM
*Maryland vs. Oklahoma at Hampton, VA, 6:00 PM
Michigan State at Purdue, 7:00 PM
Ohio at Northern Illinois, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)
*Little Rock at Stanford, 8:00 PM (5:00 PM)

Sunday, January 16:

American vs. Campbell at Central Michigan, 11:00 AM
CSU Bakersfield at Central Michigan, 11:00 AM
Arizona State at Princeton, 12:00 PM
American at Central Michigan, 1:00 PM
Campbell vs. CSU Bakersfield at Central Michigan, 1:00 PM
Presbyterian at VMI, 1:00 PM
Edinboro at Cleveland State, 2:00 PM
Iowa at Illinois, 2:00 PM (1:00 PM)
Wisconsin at Minnesota, 2:00 PM (1:00 PM)
Gardner-Webb at Bellarmine, 3:00 PM
American vs. CSU Bakersfield at Central Michigan, 3:00 PM
Campbell at Central Michigan, 3:00 PM
Columbia at Oklahoma State, 3:00 PM (2:00 PM)
North Dakota State at Wyoming, 3:30 PM (1:30 PM)
Iowa State vs. Montana State-Northern at Belgrade, MT, 4:00 PM (2:00 PM)
*Navy at Hofstra, 4:00 PM
Rutgers at Penn State, 5:00 PM
Iowa State vs. Providence at Belgrade, MT, 6:00 PM (4:00 PM)

January 3rd, 2022 WrestlingByPirate Dual Impact Index

20220103 rating

Here’s how the numbers are calculated:

Individual rankings: Basically, all wrestlers set to 100 at the start of the calculation, and the opponents’ rankings having 30, 40, 50, or 60, depending on the type of victory (to correspond with dual scoring), either added or subtracted from it in each cycle. When the numbers stabilize to three digits (the one-thousandths place), the rankings are finalized for the week.

Minimum numbers of matches for the season to be listed remain at five at the weight against Division I opponents, however, it is also a requirement that a wrestler participate in a single-entry tournament or dual meet, attached. Wrestlers who have met the five-match requirement, but not the single-entry requirement, are listed in red. Wrestlers who have met both requirements, but do not make up the best dual-meet lineup amongst the wrestlers rated, are listed in yellow.

Dual-Results: Based on the results of duals themselves. Figured the same way as the individual rankings, with each team being given +/- 30 points for a win or a loss, plus or minus one point for each match the dual is won or lost by. Criteria points are not included in this figure.

Tournament-Strength: Teams are given points on the same scale points are earned at the NCAA Championships, with bonus points.

Dual-Component: Teams are matched up in mock duals based on how the individual wrestlers are rated. Bonus points are given at a margin of 35, 45, and 55 points, to simulate major decisions, technical falls, and falls, respectively. The number listed is the number of mock duals won.

Roster-Component: Similar to the Dual-Component ranking, but includes redshirts. Basically, what things might look like if every single coach in the country pulled all of their wrestlers out of redshirt.

Columns:

WL: Based on only wins and losses (Dual-Results only)
MOV: Based on only margin of victory/scoring of bonus points (Dual-Results only)
SOS: Strength of Schedule, the average ratings of your opponents minus 100
Total: Win/Loss plus MOV (Dual-Results only)
Forf Wts: Number of weights forfeited in duals due to lack of eligible wrestlers, will be zero for most schools by end of season (component rankings only)

NAIA Women’s Wrestling Week in Preview, January 3-9

All times Eastern, with local times in parenthesis.

*Eligible for a one-pound weight allowance.

Thursday, January 6:

Baker, Brewton-Parker, Campbellsville, Corban, Cumberlands, Grand View, Indiana Tech, Life, Lyon, Menlo, Missouri Baptist, Missouri Valley, Oklahoma City, Providence, Southern Oregon, Texas Wesleyan at NWCA National Duals, Louisville, KY, 9:00 AM
Lourdes at Mat Mayhem Open, Louisville, KY, 9:00 AM
Central Christian at Saint Mary, 7:00 PM (6:00 PM)

Friday, January 7:

*Baker, Brewton-Parker, Campbellsville, Corban, Cumberlands, Grand View, Indiana Tech, Life, Lyon, Menlo, Missouri Baptist, Missouri Valley, Oklahoma City, Providence, Southern Oregon, Texas Wesleyan at NWCA National Duals, Louisville, KY, 9:00 AM

Saturday, January 8:

Ottawa, Saint Mary at EZ-Flex Invitational, hosted by Ottawa, 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)

Sunday, January 9:

Avila, Friends, Hastings, Jamestown, Waldorf, York (Neb.) at Hastings Women’s Open, hosted by Hastings, 10:00 AM (9:00 AM)