WrestleStat Preseason Rankings! 2018 Season

Here are the final WrestleStat season rankings before we actually get some match results entered into the system.

Wrestler Rankings (top 33 at each weight): https://www.wrestlestat.com/rankings/wrestler

125: https://www.wrestlestat.com/rankings/weight/125
133: https://www.wrestlestat.com/rankings/weight/133
141: https://www.wrestlestat.com/rankings/weight/141
149: https://www.wrestlestat.com/rankings/weight/149
157: https://www.wrestlestat.com/rankings/weight/157
165: https://www.wrestlestat.com/rankings/weight/165
174: https://www.wrestlestat.com/rankings/weight/174
184: https://www.wrestlestat.com/rankings/weight/184
197: https://www.wrestlestat.com/rankings/weight/197
285: https://www.wrestlestat.com/rankings/weight/285

Dual Rankings: https://www.wrestlestat.com/rankings/dual

Tournament Rankings: https://www.wrestlestat.com/rankings/tournament

Advertisements

WrestleStat and LevelChanger officially announce partnership!

(offical press release: WrestleStat_LevelChanger_Partnership_PressRelease)

Hey Wrestling fans, we (LevelChanger and WrestleStat) are excited to officially announce our new partnership.

If you’re not familiar with LevelChanger, or Takedown LIVE, you can visit their website at https://www.levelchanger.com/apps . To summarize, the Takedown LIVE iOS scoring application allows users to track play-by-play scoring in a wrestling bout.

Here’s a link to LevelChanger’s blog announcing our partnership: https://www.levelchanger.com/blog/wrestlestat-partnership

This summer, my main task for the WrestleStat website was to get an interface implemented to be able to show the Takedown LIVE stats alongside the regular WrestleStat match results.

On the website, from either the roster tab on the schools’ profile page, or on a wrestlers’ profile page, there will be a Takedown LIVE icon that indicates either the number of Takedown LIVE records available for the wrestler (from the roster page), or the actual stats for a particular match (from the wrestler profile page). When clicking this link on the wrestlers’ profile page, a form/page will pop-up showing the play-by-play stats for that particular match.

The new [to WrestleStat] feature will provide fans, media, coaches, and wrestlers that ability to view more granular information about the match, beyond the standard win/loss by DEC/FALL/etc.

And to give some examples, you can visit the Stanford or Central Michigan profile pages to see many examples of this data.

This is just another example of how WrestleStat continues to grow and improve the website, all-the-while keeping everything fun and free for the wrestling community.

I’d like to thank LevelChanger for this opportunity, and all you fans of the WrestleStat website for your continued interest and support to keep me motivated in continuing to improve the site in the hopes of becoming the best wrestling website in the world!