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Jennifer Page photo courtesy of Oklahoma City University

Oklahoma City University has retained its No. 1 position in the most current Women’s College Wrestling Association Ranking released on December 8.

OCU, which improved to 16-0 in dual meets, recently defeated No. 2 ranked King College in a dual meet, 37-6.

The Stars have seven No. 1 ranked individuals: freshman Emily Webster (101), junior Joey Miller (116), senior Michaela Hutchison (123), junior Audrey Morehouse (130), freshman Jennifer Page (143), senior Kristie Davis (155) and senior Brittany Delgado (191).

Miller, Morehouse and Page were ranked No. 1 for the first time this season in their weight classes.

No. 2 King is led by top-ranked Emily Martin (109) and Alli Ragan (136). Ragan has dropped a weight class from 143, where she was top ranked last month. King won the team title at the Harry Geris Memorial International Duals in London, Canada on November 19

Simon Fraser moves up to No. 3, after being in a tie for No. 3 last month. SFU does not have any top-ranked athletes, but has three athletes holding No. 2 individual rankings.

Lindenwood holds down the No. 4 ranking, led by No. 1 Kendra Lewis at 170 pounds.

Two teams are tied at No. 5, Wayland Baptist and the Univ. of the Cumberlands. The rest of the top 10 teams are No. 7 Missouri Valley, No. 8 Menlo, No. 9 Jamestown and No. 10 Waldorf.

The next ranking is expected in early January.

The 2012 WCWA National Championships will be held at King College in Bristol, Tenn. on January 28. Oklahoma City is the defending WCWA team champions.

WCWA Individual Rankings, Dec. 8

WCWA Team Rankings, Dec. 8
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