INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA has released the third week of standings for the 2015 NCAA Wrestling Awards that will be awarded in March at the respective Division I, II and III Wrestling Championships.

The inaugural NCAA Wrestling Awards were presented at the 2012 wrestling championships. The three awards, given at each division, honor the Most Dominant Wrestler as well as the student-athletes that have accumulated the most falls and the most tech falls throughout the course of the regular and postseasons.

For falls and tech falls to be counted towards a student-athlete's total they must come against opponents in the same division. Ties in the two categories are broken based on the aggregate time.

Bucknell heavyweight Joe Stolfi moves to the top spot in Division I with 15 falls this season, while Indiana 165-pounder Taylor Walsh has 13 and Hofstra 149-pounder Cody Ruggirello has 11.

The Division II standings have Lake Erie’s 197-pounder Evan Rosborough in front by two falls with 11, ahead of heavyweight Andy Welton of Mercyhurst.

Division III features the all divisions leader as heavyweight Cody Lovejoy of Ohio Northern remains in first place with 17 falls. Another heavyweight, Isaiah Shipman of Messiah, is second with 15 falls in an aggregate time of 30:25, almost six minutes better than DJ Tirelli of Johnson & Wales (R.I.).

There is no change at the top of Division I tech falls. Illinois 157-pounder Isaiah Martinez is alone in first place in Division I with seven, while Peyton Walsh of Navy (165 pounds) has six in an aggregate time of 34:12.

Division II leader Francis Mizia of Mercyhurst (157 pounds) added to his tech fall lead with a pair to move his season total to six, two more than his closest competitors.

Nathaniel Giorgio from Coast Guard added three more tech falls last week to increase his total in Division III to 12 at 133 pounds, six more than the two next closest wrestlers.

The Most Dominant Wrestler standings are calculated by adding the total number of points awarded through match results and dividing that number by the total number of matches wrestled. Points per match are awarded as follows. A 12-match minimum is required to be eligible for the Most Dominant Award.

• Fall, forfeit, injury default or DQ = 6 points (-6 points for a loss)

• Tech falls = 5 points (-5 points for a loss)

• Major decision = 4 points (-4 points for a loss)

• Decision = 3 points (-3 points for a loss)

The initial Most Dominant Wrestler standings will be released next week. Wrestlers need to achieve the 12-match minimum that is required to be eligible for the standings.

NCAA Stat Leaders - Falls
Division I
Rank Name School Weight Falls Time
1 Joe Stolfi Bucknell 285 15 57:03
2 Taylor Walsh Indiana 165 13 26:31
3 Cody Ruggirello Hofstra 149 11 32:55
4 Ross Larson Oklahoma 285 10 15:35
5 Jace Bennett Cornell 197 9 23:21
6 Logan Stieber Ohio State 141 9 23:26
7 Mitchell Port Edinboro 141 9 34:07
8 Austin Trott Gardner-Webb 165 8 16:22
9 Alex Polizzi Northwestern 197 8 19:21
10 Adam Coon Michigan 285 8 21:02
           
Division II
Rank Name School Weight Falls Time
1 Evan Rosborough Lake Erie 197 11 33:12
2 Andy Welton Mercyhurst 285 9 23:05
3 John Vogt McKendree 184 7 19:20
4 Paul Head California Baptist 197 7 21:42
5 Jon Inman Fort Hays State 184 7 22:27
6 Ian Steen Western State 149 7 24:18
7 Skyler Lykins Colorado Mines 149 7 28:03
8 Drew Schumann Colorado Mesa 149 7 28:06
9 Austin Goergen St. Cloud State 285 6 12:17
10 Mitch Wyatt Colorado Mesa 194 6 12:28
           
Division III
Rank Name School Weight Falls Time
1 Cody Lovejoy Ohio Northern 285 17 40:25
2 Isaiah Shipman Messiah 285 15 30:25
3 DJ Tirelli Johnson & Wales (R.I.) 133 15 36:21
4 Jose `Luis` Hernandez Milwaukee School of Engineering 285 14 50:03
5 Michael Labell Johnson & Wales (R.I.) 174 13 28:08
6 Christoper Chorzepa Williams 184 12 43:31
7 Terrance Jean-Jacques Rhode Island College 285 11 13:15
8 Phil Kelly Johnson & Wales (R.I.) 285 11 15:04
9 Riley Lefever Wabash 184 11 23:18
10 Kaleb Loht Messiah 141 11 34:05

NCAA Stat Leaders - Tech Falls
Division I
Rank Name School Weight TF's Time
1 Isaiah Martinez Illinois 157 7 38:03
2 Peyton Walsh Navy 165 6 34:12
3 Kevin Devoy Drexel 133 6 36:17
4 Logan Stieber Ohio State 141 5 18:17
5 Logan Storley Minnesota 174 5 28:01
6 James Green Nebraska 157 5 29:30
7 Nahshon Garrett Cornell 125 5 30:04
8 Alan Waters Missouri 125 5 30:26
9 Connor Medbery Wisconsin 285 5 33:00
10 Fred Garcia Lock Haven 184 5 34:31
           
Division II
Rank Name School Weight TF's Time
1 Francis Mizia Mercyhurst 157 6 24:55
2 Kyle Jolas Lindenwood 165 4 21:12
3 Samuel Mangum Western State 197 4 25:19
4 Jack Page Fort Hays State 285 3 10:31
5 Nick Crume Indianapolis 133 3 11:57
6 Helmut Rentschler Truman 197 3 13:45
7 Jacob Waste California Baptist 184 2 6:31
8 Garrett Lineberger Notre Dame (Ohio) 184 2 7:16
9 Brett Smith Seton Hill 174 2 7:26
10 Colby Christensen Colorado Mesa 125 2 8:04
           
Division III
Rank Name School Weight TF's Time
1 Nathaniel Giorgio Coast Guard 133 12 42:00
2 Alex Kramer Ursinus 141 6 32:42
3 Michael Polizzi Stevens Institute 157 6 36:54
4 Austin Petril Ursinus 125 5 20:54
5 Michael Fleck Wilkes 133 5 24:19
6 Nathan Pike New York University 133 5 25:54
7 Shane Siefert Wisconsin-Whitewater 197 5 26:15
8 Cary Palmer Hunter 141 5 33:06
9 Kaz Onoo Wartburg 141 4 18:30
10 Zach Joseph Springfield 149 4 20:01