|High School:||Mt. Spokane|
|Major:||Economics and Mathematics|
2019-20: Wrestled 11 times during his senior season, competing exclusively at 141 pounds...Defeated Ohio Wesleyan's Zach Smith by fall (1:12) at the BW Invite on November 23...Also earned a 13-5 major decision victory over Adrian's Colton Wiegers at the 2020 NCAA Central Region Championships on February 28...Received UAA All-Academic recognition.
2018-19: Named a NWCA Scholar All-American...finished the year first on the team in victories, going 27-10 in both the 133-pound weight class and 141-pound weight class...Tallied seven pins and two technical falls throughout the year...Won five-straight matches to earn a third-place finish at the Waynesburg Invitational, including three pins and one major decision victory...Finished eighth in the 133-pound weight class at the NCAA Central Region Championships...Received UAA All-Academic recognition.
2017-18: Named a NWCA Scholar All-American...finished the year tied for second on the team in victories, going 21-15 in both the 125-pound weight class and 133-pound weight class...Led the team with 10 pins, while also tallying a technical fall victory...Earned back-to-back victories by pin at the RIT Invitational, pinning Thiel's Cory Bable (4:12) and then pinning Oneonta's Michael Muldoon (2:33)...Finished fifth in the 133-pound weight class at the NCAA Central Region Championships after posting a 3-2 record, including all three victories by pin...Received UAA All-Academic recognition.
2016-17: Finished his freshman season with a 19-16 overall record, competing exclusively at 133 pounds...Won his first career match by pin (3:15), defeating Mott College's Jeremy Thompson at the 2016 Ohio Intercollegiate Open...Finished the year with three pins and two technical falls.
Personal: Earned four varsity letters in wrestling at Mt. Spokane High School...served as team co-captain during his junior and senior year...qualified for the 2015 and 2016 All-League team...named WIAA state athlete of the week in 2015...placed fifth in the 2014 state championships...2015 state champion...2016 state runner-up...coached by Travis Hughes...named Valedictorian of his graduating class...born September 2...son of John and Kristine.