J.T. Felix
J.T.  Felix


Riverside, Calif.

High School:


Junior (2012-13) - Qualified for the NCAA Tournament where he won his first two bouts but followed with two-straight losses...finished the season with a 28-12 overall record along with a 10-5 dual record...ranked fourth on the team in dual points scored (42)...took second at the Pac-12 Championships, losing by one point to No. 4 Chad Hanke (Oregon State) in the finals...entered the AWN rankings after defeating three ranked opponents and finishing third at the Cliff Keen Invitational...tallied a 7-8 record against top -20 opponents...ended the regular season with five major decisions and four falls.

Sophomore (2011-12) - Went 18-13 during his sophomore season with a 5-6 dual record...took fourth at the Pac-12 Tournament after falling to Stanford's Dan Scherer in the consolation finals...finished the season by winning eight of his last 11 bouts...picked up extra points with three major decisions, one technical fall and one fall...named to Pac-12 All-Academic First Team.

Freshman (2010-11) - A strong finish to the season helped Felix place second at the Pac-10 Conference Tournament and earn an automatic berth to the NCAA Championships...went 1-2 at nationals...opened with a 3-2 loss to Dominque Bradley (Missouri) but rebounded with a 3-2 win over Paul Snyder of Hofstra...saw his consolation run end in his next match with a 4-2 loss to Ricky Alcala of Indiana....at the Pac-10 Tournament, Felix started with a 2-1 win over Dylan Rush of Stanford followed by a 5-3 upset against Levi Cooper of Arizona State in the semifinals...in the finals, a takedown by Clayton Jack of Oregon State as time expired would halt Felix's title dreams with a 6-4 defeat...ended the year with an 11-13 overall record...went 3-6 in dual matches and 8-7 in tournament competition.

High School - Felix comes to Boise State from Centennial High School in Corona, Calif. where he enjoyed a highly decorated high school career...as a senior, finished runner-up at the state championships while capturing a third-place finish at senior nationals...was a four-time league champion and a two-time CIF champion...named Inland Empire Athlete of the Year in 2010 after compiling a 62-4 overall record...also earned four varsity letters in football...helped the Centennial High School football team win a state championship...graduated with Salutatorian honors with a 4.4 grade point average...high school coach was Randy Campbell.

Major - Undeclared

Career Records

Record Pins TF MD
2012-13 26-10 4 1 5
2011-12 18-13 1 1 3
2010-11 11-13 0 0 0
Career 55-36 5 2 8

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