2016

Powerlifting Class of 2016

(Updated January 27, 2016)

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Class of 2016 – Girls

Five Stars  

Lauren Lent – 123 – Whitnall HS, Greenfield, WI
Tristyn Hutchins – 123 – Necedah HS, WI
Stephanie Rattunde – 97 – Necedah HS, WI
Ashley Mitchell – 97 – Alexandria Senior High, LA
Alana Montes – 123 – Zapata HS, TX
Cipriana Castellano – 165 – Kenai Central HS, AK

 

Four & Half Stars  

Sam Kroll – 132 – North HS, Eau Claire, WI
Jordan Whipple – 123 – Lincoln, Rapids HS, WI
Dontoria Butler – 114 – Alexandria Senior High, LA
Amber Kierstyn – 165 – Adams-Friendship HS, Adams, WI
Marisol Munoz – 105 – Southside HS, San Antonio, TX
Courtney Price – 132 – Little Cyprus-Mauriceville, Orange, TX

 

Four Stars  

Vicky Minjarez – 105 – Seagraves HS, TX
Kennedy Key – 148 – Bullard HS, TX
Shelby Miles – 165 – Franklin HS, IN
Rebecca Simpson – 198 – Ballinger HS, TX
April Botello – 123 – Southside HS, San Antonio, TX
Kaija Newman – 181 – Osceola HS, WI
LaTyra Ashley – 123 – South Pike HS, Magnolia, MS

 

Three & Half Stars  

Meg Plantz – 123 – Necedah HS, WI
Morgan Deguire – 132 – Necedah HS, WI
Tiara Jenkins – 148 – Pearl HS, MS
Dynesha Williams – 220 – Delhi HS, LA
Tiara Thomas – 220+ – Riverdale HS, Muscoda, WI

 

 

Class of 2016 – Boys

 

Five Stars  

Tyran Garrett – 181 – Covington HS, LA
Chaz Ruffin – Westminster School, Simsbury, CT
Teddy Gildersleeve – 165 – Osceola HS, WI
Shawn Warren – 148 – Covington HS, LA
Cade Ross – 181 – D’Iberville HS, MS
Jesus Rios – 114 – Palacios HS, TX
Nick Gordon – 114 – St. Paul’s HS, Covington, LA

Four & Half Stars  

Mason Cabney – 165 – East HS, Sioux City, IA
Ryan Mitchell – 275 – Teague HS, TX
Tyler Bame – 165 – Shawnee HS, Springfield, OH
Mikey Voelkel – 148 – Whitnall HS, Greenfield, WI

Four Stars  

Ty Slaughter – 165 – Anna HS, TX
Alan Alfaro – 148 – Rio Hondo HS, TX
Dylon Mallette – 165 – Vancleave HS, MS
Sawyer Haubert – 148 – Phillips HS, WI
Hunter Phelps – 242 – Bullard HS, TX

 

Three & Half Stars  

Tias Hilliard – 148 – Oxford HS, MS
Oscar Monjaras – 132 – Valley View HS, Pharr, TX
Josh Peardot – 220 – Tomah HS, WI
Gabe Stapinski – 181 – Slidell HS, LA
Tyler Kinder – 220 – LA
Carlos Sanchez – 275 – United South HS, Laredo, TX
Antonio Mikell – 123 – Oak Grove HS, MS
Stephen Springfield – 242 – Brookhaven HS, MS
Rick Campbell – 181 – Pontotoc HS, MS
Declan Dilley – 275 – Horlick HS, Racine, WI

 

 

Visit our “Get Recruited” Page!

This is a subjective ranking based on our national rankings and our “guesstimate” of your grade level. We have added a few new variables in this ranking, but it really boils down to this one statement: If, once again, I were a collegiate powerlifting coach, this would be my recruiting list to build a national championship caliber team (regardless of school location). Remember, you don’t have to be on a team to compete at Collegiate Nationals.

Here are the additional variables:
1) Interest level in attending college. Have you ever thought about lifting in college? Start thinking about it! Collegiate powerlifting is the ultimate experience. Send me a note. Let me know that you are interested in Collegiate Powerlifting.  Visit our “Get Recruited” Page!
2) Ability to adapt to the USAPL Collegiate National meet.
3) Scoring significant team points as a Freshman and/or filling a weight class that is less competitive. For example, at the 2013 Collegiate Nationals, there were only 4 lifters in the male 53kg/116lb weight class. However, there were 29 lifters in the 93kg/205lbs class (Yes, the weight classes are different in college).
4) Several of the lifters in the rankings will earn NCAA athletic scholarships in other sports. This will obviously decrease the chances of a lifter competing in college.

 

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