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Top-ranked Oklahoma State improved to 15-0 on the weekend after two wins at the NWCA National Duals Kent State Regional to remain No. 1 in this week's USA Today/NWCA/AWN Division I Coaches Poll.

The Cowboys beat Kent State and Northern Iowa to advance to this weekend's National Duals Finals in Minneapolis, Minn. on Feb. 22-23.

The rest of the Top 10 remained the same, with one slight change. Cornell moved into a ninth-place tie with Oregon State. The Big Red won their host regional, beating Nebraska in the finals, while Oregon State fell to No. 7 Virginia Tech in the finals of the Corvallis, Ore., regional.

Iowa, Penn State, Minnesota, Ohio State, Missouri, Virginia Tech and Illinois remained steady in the rankings.

Eight Top 10 teams will converge on Friday at the University of Minnesota's Williams Arena for the final rounds of the NWCA National Duals.

The regionals also caused shakeups at the bottom of the Top 25, with Maryland moving in to the rankings after beating Wyoming and Rutgers moving in after a pair of losses by Oklahoma. Wisconsin also fell out of the Top 25.

Rank Teams (First) Points Record
1 Oklahoma State (10) 400 15-0
2 Iowa 390 19-1
3 Penn State 379 12-1
4 Minnesota 371 13-2
5 Ohio State 359 11-3
6 Missouri 351 13-2
7 Virginia Tech 338 14-2
8 Illinois 332 7-5
9 Oregon State 314 11-4
9 Cornell 314 14-3
11 Central Michigan 295 15-3
12 Nebraska 293 11-6
13 Virginia 283 16-4
14 Purdue 262 15-6
15 Edinboro 261 9-5
16 Bloomsburg 247 16-3
17 Pittsburgh 230 8-6
18 Michigan 228 10-7
19 Boise State 215 10-5
20 Iowa State 190 9-4
21 Northern Iowa 182 9-5
22 Wyoming 168 8-6
23 Penn 150 8-3
24 Maryland 124 13-8
25 Rutgers 99 16-3
Dropped out: Wisconsin, Oklahoma

Others Receiving Votes: Wisconsin 53, Lehigh 51, Kent State 51, Oklahoma 32, Navy 20, North Dakota State 18
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