Steven Hernandez earned his 20th win of the season
BOISE STATE CAREER
RS JUNIOR (2014-15): Went 10-10 on the season, including a major decision and a fall…began the season as the Broncos’ primary starter at 149, but an injury forced him to miss a month of action…when he returned, wrestled for the Broncos at 165…was 6-4 in duals on the season, going 1-1 at 149 and 5-3 at 165…represented Boise State at the Pac-12 Championships (March 1), falling in the consolation final to finish fourth…was 1-2 at the conference tournament, and also wrestled at the Cowboy Open (Nov. 8; 3-2) and the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational (Dec. 5; 0-2).
RS SOPHOMORE (2013-14): Went 15-7 on the season, including one pin…primary starter at 149 pounds wrestled in 10 of the team’s 11 duals, going 7-3…went 1-2 against top-25 opponents, defeated third-ranked Scott Sakaguchi of Oregon State (3-2), Nov. 24…win helped Broncos earn a 19-18 road upset over the sixth-ranked Beavers…reached the finals of the Pac-12 Championships (March 2), where he fell to Sakaguchi (7-5)…captured the 149-pound weight class at the Cowboy Open (Nov. 2), winning four-straight matches.
RS FRESHMAN (2012-13): Tallied a 13-4 overall record to finish fourth on the team in winning percentage (.765)...took third at the Reno Tournament of Champions with a 4-1 record...won the Spokane Open with five-straight wins, three by fall...lone dual match came at Oregon State where he fell to Alex Elder...recorded two of the five-fastest Bronco falls with a 40-second pin against Chase Cuthbertson (Utah Valley) and a 47-second pin of Alex Folk (Montana State)...finished the season with six pins and two major decisions.
FRESHMAN (2011-12): Redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Four-time Washington state champion under coaches Mike Gonzalez and Mike Castillo at Zillah High School, just the seventh wrestler to win four state titles in the history of Washington interscholastic wrestling...held a 167-2 career record including a 42-0 unbeaten mark during his senior season...was also a three-year letterwinner in football.
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