BOISE STATE CAREER
SENIOR (2014-15): Went 12-11 during his final collegiate campaign, recording two major decisions, a technical fall and two pins…went 1-5 in dual competition, wrestling three matches apiece at 165 pounds (0-3) and 184 pounds (1-2)…began the season at 165 pounds, but also wrestled at 174 and 184…represented the Broncos at the Pac-12 Championships (March 1) at 174, finishing third after going 3-1…captured the tournament title at the California Collegiate Open (Jan. 31) following a pair of victories, one coming via major decision…finished runner-up at the Spokane Open (Nov. 23), going 3-1 at the tournament…picked up three-straight victories, including a technical fall and a major decision, before falling in the finals…also competed in the Cowboy Open (Nov. 8; 2-2) and the Reno Tournament of Champions (Dec. 21; 1-2)…named Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention.
JUNIOR (2013-14): Went 12-14 on the season, including four major decisions…started each of Boise State’s 11 duals, five at 157 pounds and six at 165…was 4-7 in duals on the season…went 1-4 against top-25 opponents…defeated 12th-ranked Andy McCulley of Wyoming, Nov. 15 (3-1, OT)…represented Boise State at the Pac-12 Championships, going 1-2 at 165 pounds…named first-team Pac-12 All-Academic.
SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Finished with a 14-14 overall record, including a 6-7 dual mark...took third at the Pac-12 Championships with a 3-1 record...finished the season by winning eight of his final 10 bouts...recorded his only fall in the first bout of the season...only other bonus-point win came at the Reno Tournament of Champions with a major decision against Paul Woodman (Cal Poly).
FRESHMAN (2011-12): After competing unattached all season, represented the Broncos at the Pac-12 Championships at 165 pounds where he took third place...lost his opening match before defeating Cody Weishoff (Oregon State) and Adam Fierro (CSU Bakersfield) in the consolation bracket.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Wrestled for four years under head coach Cliff Laughlin...three-time 5A Idaho State Wrestling Champion, winning the title during his freshman, junior and senior seasons...graduated with a 157-17 career record and a 3.75 GPA.
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