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American University Wrestling 2010-11 Schedule November Sat.

6

at Pentagon Duals ............................. 2-0

Sat.

13 at Brockport Goald ............................. 7th

Sun.

21 at Keystone Classic ................... ........3rd

Sat.

27 at Northeast Duals ............................. 3-1

December Sun.

19 OLD DOMINION .......................W, 23-16

Wed. 29 at Midlands Championships ............. 20th Thurs. 30 at Midlands Championships ............. 19th

January Sat.

8

at National Duals ................................ 1-2

Sat.

15 at Lone Star Duals ............................. 3-1

Fri.

21 at Drexel ....................................W, 28-16

Thurs. 27 GEORGE MASON ......................W, 43-3 Sun.

30 at Ohio ......................................W, 30-10

February Fri.

4

BINGHAMTON .........................W, 25-16

Sun.

6

at Lehigh * .................................. L, 23-17

Wed. 9

at Rutgers * ................................ L, 19-15

Sun.

13 MARYLAND...............................L, 19-17

Sun.

20 BUCKNELL * ............................W, 25-14

March Sat.

5

at EIWA Championships .................... 3rd

Sun.

6

at EIWA Championships .................... 4th

Thurs. 17 at NCAA Championships .............All Day Fri.

18 at NCAA Championships .............All Day

Sat.

19 at NCAA Championships .............All Day

BOLD CAPS indicates home match * indicates EIWA Opponent

Athletics Communications Wrestling Contact ............................... Andrew Chesebro Phone ......................................................(202) 885-3030 E-mail ..................................... Chesebro@american.edu Website.....................................................AUeagles.com Facebook ......................... American University Wrestling YouTube .........................................AmericanUnivEagles Twitter ........................................................ AU_Wrestling

2011 NCAA Championships Thursday - Saturday, March 17-19, 2011 Wells Fargo Center • Philadelphia, Pa. TV: Finals - March 19, 7:30 p.m. - ESPN & ESPN3.com 3rd, 4th & 5th Sessions - March 18-19 - ESPNU Web: 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sessions - March 17-18 - ESPN3.com The American University wrestling team is sending a programrecord six student-athletes to the 2011 NCAA Championships in search of the team’s best-ever finish at the event. The Eagles will be led into action by All-American Steve Fittery, the second seed at 157 lbs. American’s lineup will also feature 2011 EIWA Champions Ryan Flores and Matt Mariacher, as well as Patrick Graham, Daniel Mitchell and Ganbayar Sanjaa. This year’s tournament is being held at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia Pa., March 17-19.

What to Watch For American will send two national championship contenders and four potential All-Americans onto the mat in Philadelphia in search of the program’s best-ever finish at the tournament. The Eagles earned their highest finish, 14th, last season. Fittery and Flores will both be in the hunt for a national championship as the second seed at 157 lbs. and the third seed at heavyweight, respectively. Fittery will carry a 28-0 overall record into the tournament, with 22 of his victories coming with bonus points including 13 falls, five tech-falls and four major decisions. The senior will be making his second appearance at the tournament, and was a 2010 All-American and Academic All-American. Flores boasts a 22-5 overall record which includes 13 wins with bonus points. He has posted nine wins over ranked opponents, with seven of those opponents ranked in the top-five, including top-seeded Zach Rey of Lehigh to win the 2011 EIWA title. Junior Ganbayar Sanjaa earned his first-ever berth to the NCAAs following his fourth-place finish at the 2011 EIWA Championships. He has a 22-6 record at 149 lbs. this season. Also making his first appearance will be junior Matt Mariacher, who earned his first EIWA title at 141 lbs. He has an overall record of 30-7. Sophomore Daniel Mitchell will be making his second appearance at Nationals and will carry a 30-7 mark into Philadelphia. Patrick Graham earned his first NCAA Championships bid after placing fourth at 165 lbs. at the 2011 EIWA Championships. The sophomore holds an overall record of 23-17 this season. 2011 NCAA Championships Qualifiers NAME NCAA APP. WGT YR. RECORD #11 Matt Mariacher ...................... 1 .... 141 .......Jr................ 30-7 #8 Ganbayar Sanjaa.................... 1 .... 149 .......Jr................ 22-6 #2 Steve Fittery ........................... 2 .... 157 .......Sr. .............. 28-0 Patrick Graham............................ 1 .... 165 .......So. ........... 23-17 Daniel Mitchell ............................. 2 .... 197 .......So. ............. 30-7 #3 Ryan Flores ............................ 3 .... HWT.....Jr................ 22-5


American University Wrestling American University at the NCAA Championships

How To Watch

The 2011 NCAA Championships will be broadcast live in its entirety by the ESPN family of networks. ESPN3.com will provide a live video stream of sessions I and II Year Place Points on Thursday, March 17, and session III on Friday. Sessions III, IV and V will also air 2010.......................... 14 ...............38.5 live on ESPNU on March 18 and 19. The finals will air live on ESPN and ESPN3. 2009....................... T-29 ...............19.5 com on Saturday, March 19, at 7:30 p.m. 2008.......................... 23 ...............22.0 2007.......................... 17 ...............33.0 Building a Tradition 2006.......................... 17 ...............40.0 Head Coach Mark Cody has created a new tradition of excellence at American 2005.......................... 32 ...............12.5 University, building champions both on the mat and in the classroom. Under his guidance, eleven student-athletes have earned All-America status since 2005 and in 2007, Josh Glenn, ‘08 captured the program’s first national championship. American University Cody’s leadership has also extended beyond the wrestling room as 14 studentNational Champions athletes have earned Academic All-America status since 2005 and the team has Name Weight Year Josh Glenn ............... 197 lbs. ................... 2007 been named the NWCA Champions of the Classroom twice.

Setting a New Standard

American University All-Americans

American has placed as high as 14th at the NCAA Championships, doing so last season, and this year will be looking for the program’s first top ten finish. The Name Weight Place Year Eagles will send one returning All-American to the tournament in Steve Fittery, Daniel Waters ...174 lbs. .... 8th....2005 who earned the honor for the first time in 2010. American’s lineup will also include Muzaffar three-time qualifier Ryan Flores and two-time qualifier Daniel Mitchell, as well as Abdurakhmanov .165 lbs. .... 3rd....2006 first time qualifiers Patrick Graham, Matt Mariacher and Ganbayar Sanjaa. Josh Glenn .......184 lbs. .... 4th....2006 Josh Glenn .......197 lbs. .....1st....2007 Starting Six Josh Glenn .......197 lbs. .... 5th....2008 American will be sending a program record six student-athletes to the 2011 NCAA Mike Cannon ....165 lbs. .... 6th....2008 Championships, topping the previous record of five set in 2010. Senior Ryan Flores Mike Cannon ....174 lbs. .... 8th....2009 will be making his third appearance at the tournament, while senior Steve Fittery Mike Cannon ....184 lbs. .... 3rd....2010 and sophomore Daniel Mitchell return for the second consecutive year. Juniors Kyle Borshoff ....149 lbs. .... 7th....2009 Matt Mariacher and Ganbayar Sanjaa, and sophomore Patrick Graham will each be making their first appearance. Kyle Borshoff ....149 lbs. .... 8th....2010 Steve Fittery ... 157 lbs. .... 5th....2010

Moving on Up

Senior Steve Fittery will be looking to become an All-American for the second straight year. Fittery earned his first All-America honor last season by placing 5th at 157 lbs. He transferred to American from Shippensburg University, where he Name Year was a two-time NCAA Division II runner-up. He enters the tournament as the No. David Lombardy ..1998, Honorable Mention 2 seed this season, and was ranked No. 1 by the InterMat College Rankings for Daniel Waters ..............................2005 15-consecutive weeks. Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov............2006 Matt Morkel ..................................2006 Joining Elite Company Mike Cannon .....2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 By earning All-America status at this year’s NCAA Championships, senior Steve Damian Swietlik ...........................2007 Fittery will become just the fourth Eagle to earn multiple All-America honors. Kyle Borshoff, ‘10, Mike Cannon, ‘10, and Josh Glenn, ‘08, are currently the only multiple Jasen Borshoff...................2008, 2010 All-Americans in program history. If he advances to the finals, he has a chance to Josh Glenn ..................................2008 become the second student-athlete ever to win a National Championship. Christopher Stout.........................2008 Andrew Silber ..............................2009 Making a Statement Steve Fittery ...............................2010 American crowned three champions at the 107th EIWA Championships. Senior

American University Academic All-Americans

Bob Bubb Coaching Excellence Award Name

Year

Mark Cody ...................................2009

Steve Fittery and juniors Ryan Flores and Matt Mariacher each won their individual weight classes, marking the first-time the Eagles have had three title winners. Flores’ title was the second of his career while Fittery and Mariacher earned their first. Flores won the 2009 EIWA Championship while wrestling for Columbia University.


American University Wrestling Owning the Podium

107th EIWA Championships Place 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Team Cornell Lehigh Rutgers American Pennsylvania Navy Columbia Bucknell Army Harvard Princeton Franklin & Marshall Brown

Points 173.5 119 116.5 106 98 81.5 63 59 56 47.5 42.5 20 3.5

The Eagles placed seven studentathletes on the podium at the 107th EIWA Championships en route to a program best fourth-place finish. American had six top-four finishers, including 141 lbs. champion Matt Mariacher, 157 lbs. champion Steve Fittery and heavyweight champion Ryan Flores. Sophomore Daniel Mitchell placed third at 197 lbs. while junior Ganbayar Sanjaa and sophomore Patrick Graham took fourth at 149 and 165 lbs., respectively. 125-pounder Nick Arujau also made the podium following his 8th-place finish. American also placed seven student-athletes on the podium at last year’s EIWA Championships.

Chasing Perfection

Senior Steve Fittery has been ranked as the No. 1 wrestler at 157 lbs. for the last 15 weeks in the InterMat College Rankings. Fittery was ranked No. 2 in the preseason polls, and quickly moved to the top as the season continued. He has a 28-0 record this season, recording 13 falls, five technical falls and four major decisions. Fittery earned his first All-America honor last season after finishing fifth at the 2010 NCAA Championships. He was also named an Academic All-American and the 2009 Midlands Champion of Champions.

Breaking the Records The Eagles earned their highest ranking in program history this season, climbing to No. 7 on January 8 in the InterMat College Rankings. The Eagles were featured in the poll all season, and currently sit at No. 8. In its last dual meet of the year, the team also broke the program record for most wins in a season, finishing the year with a 14-7 record.

EIWA Wrestler of the Week Junior Ganbayar Sanjaa was named the EIWA Wrestler of the Week on February 14 after going 2-0 and defeating then No. 4 Mario Mason of Rutgers. Sanjaa was the only Eagle to earn the honor this season, after senior Steve Fittery earned the honor twice last year.

In the Rankings American has had six student-athletes featured in the InterMat College Rankings throughout the season, with three ranked in the top-10. Senior Steve Fittery leads the Eagles as the No.1 ranked wrestler at 157 lbs. in the most recent rankings, with junior Ryan Flores ranked No. 2 at heavyweight and junior Ganbayar Sanjaa ranked No. 8 at 141 lbs. Also appearing in the rankings are junior Matt Mariacher who is currently ranked No. 12 at 149 lbs. and sophomore Daniel Mitchell, who is ranked No. 17 at 197 lbs. Freshman Nick Arujau spent three weeks ranked No. 20 at 125 lbs.

EIWA Wrestler of the Year Josh Glenn ................................................. 2007

EIWA Most Outstanding Wrestler Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov........................... 2006

EIWA Fletcher Award Josh Glenn ................................................. 2008

EIWA Freshman of the Year Josh Glenn ................................................. 2005

EIWA Champions Name Weight Year M. Abdurakhmanov.....165 lbs. ................... 2005 M. Abdurakhmanov.....165 lbs. ................... 2006 Josh Glenn .................184 lbs. ................... 2006 Josh Glenn .................197 lbs. ................... 2007 Josh Glenn .................197 lbs. ................... 2008 Mike Cannon ..............174 lbs. ................... 2009 Mike Cannon ..............184 lbs. ................... 2010 Steve Fittery ...............157 lbs. ................... 2011 Ryan Flores .................... HWT ................... 2011 Matt Mariacher............141 lbs. ................... 2011

EIWA Placewinners Name Weight Place Year M. Abdurakhmanov.....157 lbs. ....... 1st ...... 2005 M. Abdurakhmanov.....165 lbs. ....... 1st ...... 2006 Josh Glenn .................184 lbs. ......2nd ...... 2005 Josh Glenn .................184 lbs. ....... 1st ...... 2006 Josh Glenn .................197 lbs. ....... 1st ...... 2007 Josh Glenn .................197 lbs. ....... 1st ...... 2008 Adam LoPiccolo..........285 lbs. .......3rd ...... 2005 Adam LoPiccolo..........285 lbs. .......4th ...... 2006 Daniel Waters .............174 lbs. .......4th ...... 2005 Matt Morkel .................125 lbs. .......6th ...... 2006 Jasen Borshoff............125 lbs. .......6th ...... 2007 Jasen Borshoff............125 lbs. .......4th ...... 2008 Jasen Borshoff............133 lbs. .......6th ...... 2009 Jasen Borshoff............125 lbs. .......6th ...... 2010 Kyle Borshoff ..............141 lbs. .......4th ...... 2007 Kyle Borshoff ..............141 lbs. .......6th ...... 2008 Kyle Borshoff ..............149 lbs. .......3rd ...... 2009 Kyle Borshoff ..............149 lbs. .......5th ...... 2010 Mike Cannon ..............165 lbs. ......2nd ...... 2007 Mike Cannon ..............165 lbs. .......3rd ...... 2008 Mike Cannon ..............174 lbs. ....... 1st ...... 2009 Mike Cannon ..............184 lbs. ....... 1st ...... 2010 Rudy Rueda................174 lbs. .......5th ...... 2007 Damien Swietlik ..........149 lbs. .......5th ...... 2007 Christopher Stout........157 lbs. .......5th ...... 2008 Christopher Stout........165 lbs. .......6th ...... 2009 Matt Mariacher ......... 141 lbs. ...... 6th ...... 2009 Matt Mariacher ......... 141 lbs. .......1st ...... 2011 Andrew Silber .............197 lbs. .......5th ...... 2009 Steve Fittery ............. 157 lbs. ...... 3rd ...... 2010 Steve Fittery ............. 157 lbs. .......1st ...... 2011 Jordan Lipp .................141 lbs. ......2nd ...... 2010 Daniel Mitchell ......... 197 lbs. ...... 4th ...... 2010 Daniel Mitchell ......... 197 lbs. ...... 3rd ...... 2011 Thomas Williams ..... 133 lbs. ...... 7th ...... 2010 Nick Arujau ............... 125 lbs. ...... 8th ...... 2011 Ryan Flores ................... HWT .......1st ...... 2011 Patrick Graham ........ 165 lbs. ...... 4th ...... 2011 Ganbayar Sanjaa ..... 149 lbs. ...... 4th ...... 2011


American University Wrestling

2010-11 Individual Statistics Career Record 24-10 52-41 12-14 0-0

10-11 Record 24-10 14-12 12-10 4-8

Dual Record 3-4 3-9 3-0 0-0

EIWA Record 7-6 4-4 1-2 1-2

Major Dec. 2 2 1 1

Tech-Falls 5 1 1 0

Falls 6 3 3 0

Kevin Tao, 133 Glenn Donatelli, 133 Jacob Henson, 133 Matt Dorf, 133/141

18-15 8-16 8-7 1-6

18-15 8-12 8-7 1-6

9-7 0-3 0-0 0-0

4-5 0-4 2-1 0-3

3 1 2 0

0 0 0 0

2 2 2 1

Matt Mariacher, 141 Uditinder Thakur, 141

67-32 5-8

30-7 5-8

16-5 0-0

12-3 1-1

8 1

1 0

2 1

Ganbayar Sanjaa, 149 Sean McCarty, 149

22-6 10-13

22-6 7-8

17-3 2-0

7-3 0-5

2 1

2 2

5 0

62-4 0-0

28-0 5-5

20-0 0-0

11-0 1-0

4 2

5 0

13 1

Patrick Graham, 165

39-32

23-17

10-9

8-6

8

1

0

Tanner Shaffer, 174 Phillip Barreiro, 174 Calvin Brasor, 174 *

17-38 12-30 0-0

10-16 6-14 1-6

3-9 2-8 0-0

4-5 0-5 0-2

3 0 0

0 0 0

0 1 1

9-28 2-17

9-25 0-1

4-17 0-1

3-6 0-1

2 0

0 0

0 0

Daniel Mitchell, 197

36-14

30-7

15-5

11-2

4

1

7

Ryan Flores, HWT Blake Herrin, HWT * Totals

22-5 11-8 437-345

22-5 17-5 304-210

13-4 0-0 120-84

9-2 3-2 89-72

3 4 53

2 0 21

8 1 60

Wrestler, Wt. Nick Arujau, 125 Thomas Williams, 125 Corey Borshoff, 125 Chris Brienza, 125 *

Steve Fittery, 157 Mark Cirello, 157 *

Thomas Barreiro, 184 Kenneth Clessas, 184/197

* Indicates Current Redshirt (Wrestled Unattached in 10-11)

2010-11 Team Leaders Wins

No.

Major Decisions

No.

Tech-Falls

No.

Falls

No.

Matt Mariacher

30

Patrick Graham

8

Nick Arujau

5

Steve Fittery

13

Daniel Mitchell

30

Matt Mariacher

8

Steve Fittery

5

Ryan Flores

9

Steve Fittery

28

Steve Fittery

4

Ryan Flores

2

Daniel Mitchell

7

Nick Arujau

24

Daniel Mitchell

4

Sean McCarty

2

Nick Arujau

6

Patrick Graham

23

Two Student-Athletes

3

Ganbayar Sanjaa

2

Ganbayar Sanjaa

5


American University Wrestling

Front Row (L to R): Phillip Barreiro, Steve Fittery, Chris Brienza, Thomas Williams, Glenn Donatelli, Uditinder Thakur, Nick Arujau, Thomas Barreiro. Middle Row (L to R): Kevin Tao, Jake Henson, Sean McCarty, Tanner Shaffer, Ganbayar Sanjaa, Matt Mariacher, Corey Borshoff, Matt Dorf. Back Row (L to R): James Cook, Patrick Graham, Kenneth Clessas, Blake Herrin, Danny Mitchell, Ryan Flores, Calvin Brasor, Mark Cirello.

2010-11 Roster Name Weight Year Hometown Previous School Nick Arujau ............................ 125 .......................Fr. ........................Syosset, N.Y. .......................................................Syosset Phillip Barreiro ....................... 174 .......................RS So. .................Hogansburg, N.Y. ................................. Massena Central Thomas Barreiro .................... 184 .......................RS So. .................Hogansburg, N.Y. ................................. Massena Central Corey Borshoff....................... 125 .......................RS So. .................Rochester, N.Y.................................. Pittsford Sutherland Calvin Brasor ......................... 174 .......................Fr. ........................Ewing, N.J. ....................................................... Princeton Chris Brienza ......................... 125 .......................Fr. ........................Upper Brookeville, N.Y. ...............................St. Anthony’s Mark Cirello ........................... 157 .......................Fr. ........................Paramus, N.J.............................................Blair Academy Kenneth Clessas ................... 184/197 ................So. .......................Alexandria, Va. .....................................Thomas A Edison Glenn Donatelli ...................... 133 .......................RS So. .................Bayport, N.Y. ................................................... Blue Point Matt Dorf ................................ 133/141 ................So. .......................Scarsdale, N.Y. .................................................Scarsdale Steve Fittery .......................... 157 .......................Sr. ........................Denver, Pa.................................Shippensburg University Ryan Flores ........................... HWT .....................Jr. .........................Clovis, Calif. .....................................Columbia University Patrick Graham...................... 165 .......................RS So. .................Annapolis, Md...................................................Annapolis Jacob Henson........................ 133 .......................RS Fr. ..................Huntsville, Ala. .................................................. Huntsville Blake Herrin ........................... HWT .....................So. .......................Huntsville, Ala. .................................................. Huntsville Matt Mariacher....................... 141 .......................RS Jr. ...................Buffalo, N.Y. .........................................................Iroquois Sean McCarty ........................ 149 .......................RS So. .................Germantown, Md. ............................................. Northeast Daniel Mitchell ....................... 197 .......................So. .......................Broomfield, Colo. .................................................. Legacy Ganbayar Sanjaa................... 149 .......................Jr. .........................Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia ........... Colby Community College Tanner Shaffer ....................... 165 .......................RS So. .................Charlotte Hall, Md............................................... La Plata Kevin Tao ............................... 133 .......................So. .......................Kent, Wash. ......................................Columbia University Uditinder Thakur .................... 141 .......................RS Fr. ..................Valley Cottage, N.Y. ................................................Nyack Thomas Williams ................... 125 .......................Jr. .........................San Dimas, Calif............................................. South Hills


American University Wrestling mark

CODY

Head Coach • 9th Season • Bellevue, ‘87 Head Coach Mark Cody is the man behind the American University Wrestling team’s rise to national prominence. In just eight years of coaching, Cody has rebuilt a program that was on the brink of elimination from collegiate athletics into a team producing both athletic and academic All-Americans, EIWA Champions, and the program’s first ever National Champion. During the 2009-10 season, Cody led five Eagles to the NCAA Championships where three earned All-America status. Seniors Kyle Borshoff and Mike Cannon and junior Steve Fittery were the three All-America honorees who set a new program record and helped the Eagles tie for the seventh most honors at the NCAA Championships. American recorded 38.5 points at Nationals finishing 14th, setting a program record. Since 2005, the Eagles have sent 11 student-athletes to the NCAA podium p and theyy rank second with the most All-America honors, with 11, in the EIWA. Cannon and former teammate mate Josh Glenn, ’08, are the only three-time All-Americans ns in program history, as well as American’s only four-time NCAA Championships qualifiers. The Eagles were the second-highest ond-highest placing team in the EIWA at Nationals. als. Cody’s Eagles st GPA in Division received the second highest I wrestling with a combined 3.296 GPA while Cannon, Jasen Borshoff, and Fittery were -Americans. named NWCA Academic All-Americans. American is the only team to earn NWCA All-Academic Team honors and finish in the top-30 att the h of NCAA Championships each the last five years. Cody led three Eagles to the ips 2009 NCAA Championships non where juniors Mike Cannon and Kyle Borshoff earned Allam, America status. As a team, ace American finished in 29th place WA at nationals, sixth at the EIWA Championships and eighth at ps. the Midlands Championships. med The Eagles were also named the NWCA Champions of the ondClassroom for the second-

consecutive year, having attained the highest team GPA in all Div. I wrestling with a combined 3.28 GPA while Cannon and Andrew Silber were named NWCA Academic All-Americans. American’s dual meet record of 11-5 from the 2008-09 season marked its best record since the 2005-06 campaign. Cody’s Eagles earned their first NWCA Champions of the Classroom honor during the 2007-08 season. Jasen Borshoff, Cannon, Josh Glenn and Christopher Stout were each named NWCA Academic All-Americans, marking the most individual Academic All-America honors AU had ever received in a single year. The Eagles also excelled on the mat, sending all four Academic All-American’s to the NCAA Championships where Cannon and Glenn both earned All-America status. Cannon became just the second underclassmen in AU history to earn AA status with a sixth-place finish at 165 lbs. and Glenn earned the distinction for the third straight year with a fifth-place showing at 197 lbs. During the 2006-07 season, Cody’s team reached an unparalleled high as junior Josh Glenn repeated as the EIWA Champion at 197 lbs. and swept through the NCAA Championships as the No. 2 seed. He went w 5-0 and earned a 6-4 overtime decision over No. 1 Kurt K Backes of Iowa to capture American’s first National Championship. C He was joined by freshmen No. 10 Mike Cannon Can and Kyle Borshoff and soph sophomore Rudy Rueda at the tournament, marking American’s Amer largest showing and tying its thenbest finish of o 17th. At the EIWA Tou Tournament, the squad tied sq tie for sixth and put two wrestlers and in the finals, Glenn in and Cannon. C The squad also included two Academic All-Americans, Dam Damian Swietlik and Mike Cannon, and was awarded the S Sportsmanship Awar Award at the EIWA Tourn Tournament. Cody Cody’s efforts paid off in the 20052005-06 season when two Eagles


American University Wrestling a fifth-place finish at the 2002 NCAA Championships, where they crowned an individual national champion and four AllAmericans. In addition, the squad earned recognition from the NWCA as a top-25 academic team, and two were named Academic All-America by the NWCA. Nine were also named to the Academic All-Big 12 team.

were recognized with All-America honors. Senior Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov took third place at 165 lbs. at the NCAA Championships and sophomore Josh Glenn became the first underclassman to earn honors with his fourth-place finish at 184 lbs. The pair’s performances coupled with Adam LoPiccolo’s one win by fall earned the team a 17th-place finish. At the EIWA Championships, Abdurakhmanov was named Most Outstanding Wrestler as he and Glenn each won individual titles. In the classroom, Abdurakhmanov and Matt Morkel earned NWCA Academic All-America honors and the team earned the NWCA Team Academic All-America Award. In addition, the Eagles won 13 of their 19 dual matches and placed three wrestlers in the top-10 during the year. In the 2004-05 season, American earned its first ever AllAmerican award when senior Daniel Waters placed eighth at the NCAA Championships. Joining Waters at the NCAA Championships that year was a then school-record three teammates, including AU’s first-ever EIWA champion, fourthranked Abdurakhmanov. The EIWA 2004 Freshman of the Year and runner-up at 184 lbs., Glenn, and heavyweight LoPiccolo also qualified for the big stage by way of their high placings at EIWAs. As a team the Eagles had their highest finish at EIWAs, placing sixth out of 13 teams. A year earlier, Cody led a team which continued to show improvement. Waters recorded the most wins in Division I that year, with a 32-5 overall record. Senior Jared Hyman finished his season with 24 wins, winning 10 of 11 matches. In his first year, Cody led AU to the EIWA Tournament and was also a coach for the 2003 U.C. National Championship Gator Club team. That same year Cody introduced the highly successful Mark Cody Wrestling Camp, providing a series of individualized workouts for athletes of all ages and abilities. Cody came to American after spending two seasons as an assistant coach at Oklahoma State, a national powerhouse and owner of more NCAA Championships than any other school. Cody helped Oklahoma State to a Big 12 Championship and

Before joining Oklahoma State, Cody served as upperweights coach for 12 years at the University of Nebraska. During his time in Lincoln, he was responsible for bringing in some of the nation’s best recruiting classes, including two National Champions, 1995 heavyweight champion Tolly Thompson and 2000 197 lbs. champion Brad Vering. Vering later became a two-time Olympian with Cody in his corner at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials when he qualified for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. While at Nebraska, 23 Cornhuskers were named All-America. Cody spent a season as an assistant coach of Oklahoma State for the 1986-87 season. He was also an assistant at Bloomsburg University during the 1985-86 season and for his alma mater, the University of Missouri in 1984-85 where he helped develop Rulon Gardner, who later captured the heavyweight gold medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, and trained with 2000 Olympic silver medalist Matt Lindland. As a student-athlete, Cody was a three-time All-American. He spent two years at the State University of New York at Delhi before transferring to Missouri in 1983. His greatest success came during his senior season, 1984-85, when he earned All-America status and was named the team’s Most Outstanding Wrestler. Cody still ranks in Missouri’s single season top-10 for falls (17) and winning percentage (.875). He graduated from Bellevue University with a Bachelor of Science degree in business. A member of the New York Athletic Club, he was a 198 lbs. finalist at the 1988 U.S. Olympic Trials. A native of Binghamton, N.Y., Cody and his wife Holly now reside in the Washington, D.C., metro area, with their sons George, Charlie and Henry.


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MARIACHER, 141 lbs.

RS Junior Buffalo, N.Y. • Iroquois • Will be making his first NCAA Championships appearance as the eleventh-seeded wrestler at 141 lbs.

2010-11 Overall: 30-7 • 2010-11 Dual Record: 16-5 8 MD • 1 Tech-Fall • 2 Falls Career Record: 67-32 • Career Dual Record: 37-19 14 Career MD • 2 Career Tech-Falls • 6 Career Falls

• Won his first EIWA title at 141 lbs. by defeating Casey Thome of Army, 4-2.

Date

• Has been featured in the InterMat College Rankings since January 8, and is currently ranked No. 12.

11/6 11/6 11/13

• His 30-wins tie for first on the team and are the fifth most in program history. Mariacher is also tied for first in major decisions with eight on the season. • Captured his first championship of this season at 141 lbs. at the Wilkes Barre Open.

11/21

• Recorded two seven-match win streaks this season. • Placed second at the Keystone Classic and third at the Brockport Oklahoma Invitational. • Recorded five victories over ranked opponents, including defeating then No. 3 Tyler Nauman of Pittsburgh, 6-4.

11/27 11/27 11/27 11/27 12/28

1/8 1/8 1/8 1/15 1/15 1/15 1/15 1/21 1/27 1/30 2/4 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/20 3/5

Opponent

Result

Casey Thome (Army) W - D, 1-0 Franklin & Marshall W - Forfeit Brockport Oklahoma Invitational - 3rd Place Casey Thome (Army) L - D, 5-2 Matt Dorf (American) W - Fall, 2:48 Jordan Beverly (Rutgers) W - D, 9-3 Andrew Schutt (Buffalo) W - MD, 12-4 Casey Thome (Army) W - D, 11-6 Keystone Classic - 2nd Place Grant Overcashier (Brown) W - D, 8-5 Joseph Montgomery (Liberty) W - MD, 16-5 Vinny Pisani (Edinboro) W - D, 12-9 No. 18 Zack Kemmerer (Pennsylvania) L - D, 3-1 No. 15 Todd Schavrien (Missouri) L - D, 6-5 Jordan Gray (Stanford) W - MD, 15-3 Matthew Hicks (Bloomsburg) W - D, 10-3 No. 3 Tyler Nauman (Pittsburgh) W - D, 6-4 Wilkes Barre Open - 1st Place Albert Woody (Lehigh) W - D, 8-1 Adam Hlushchak (East Stroudsburg) W - MD, 12-3 Kody Silvestri (Nassau Community) W - D, 2-0 Dave Cawley (Pittsburgh-Johnstown) W - MD, 12-2 No. 14 Michael Mangrum (Oregon State) L - D, 5-3 Daniel Arnel (Wisconsin) W - MD, 19-6 No. 12 Christopher Drouin (Iowa State) W - D, 4-2 No. 6 Zach Bailey (Oklahoma) L - D, 7-1 Dallas Gracey (Ouachita Baptist) W - TF, 23-8 Kalin Goodsite (Arizona State) W - D, 6-2 No. 10 Cole Vonohlen (Air Force) L - TF, 19-3 Garth Mahosky (Drexel) W - MD, 12-2 Denny Herndon (George Mason) W - MD, 10-1 No. 20 Germane Lindsey (Ohio) W - D, 4-2 Anwar Goeres (Binghamton) W - D, 10-6 Stephen Dutton (Lehigh) L - D, 8-4 Trevor Melde (Rutgers) W - D, 3-1 No. 16 Jon Kohler (Maryland) W - D, 4-2 Adam Healey (Bucknell) W - Fall, 1:57 EIWA Championship - 1st Place Hicks Manson (Cornell) W - D, 3-2 No. 13 Zack Kemmerer (Pennsylvania) W - D, 3-2 Casey Thome (Army) W - D, 4-2


American University Wrestling ganbayar

SANJAA, 149 lbs.

Junior Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia • Colby Community College • Enters the tournament seeded eighth at 149 lbs. This is Sanjaa’s first appearance at the NCAAs. • Qualified for the NCAAs after placing fourth at the EIWA Championships.

2010-11 Overall: 22-6 • 2010-11 Dual Record: 17-3 2 MD • 2 Tech-Falls • 5 Falls Date

Opponent

11/6

Daniel Young (Army)

11/6

Andrew Murano (Franklin & Marshall)

11/21

Keystone Classic - 2nd Place

• Has been featured in the InterMat College Rankings since November 23, and currently ranks No. 8. • Posted his first 20-win season for American, recording 22 wins this season. • Ranks second on the team in technical falls (2), fifth in wins (22), and fifth in falls (5). • Named the EIWA Wrestler of the Week on February 14 after defeating then No. 4 Mario Mason of Rutgers, 2-0, and Ben Dorsay of Maryland, 8-4. • Has won 12 of his last 14 matches, registering bonus points in three.

Result W - D, 9-3 W - TF, 18-3

Daniel Pritz (Liberty)

W - Fall, 0:30

Brandon Rolnick (Princeton)

W - Fall, 6:27

Scott Clymer (Liberty)

W - MD, 14-3

Andrew Nadhir (Northwestern)

L - D, 1-0

11/27

Kyle Bradley (Missouri)

W - D, 10-3

11/27

Timmy Boone (Stanford)

11/27

Josh Roosa (Bloomsburg)

11/27

Dane Johnson (Pittsburgh)

1/8

Scott Sakaguchi (Oregon State)

1/8

No. 10 Coulthurst Schmitt (Wisconsin)

L - D, 4-3

1/8

Nathaneal Carr (Iowa State)

L - D, 7-4

1/15

Matt Lester (Oklahoma)

1/15

Taihei Fukomoto (Arizona State)

1/15

Josh Kreimier (Air Force)

W - D, 3-1

1/21

Austin Sommer (Drexel)

W - D, 15-8

1/27

Shohei Takagi (George Mason)

W - Fall, 3:34

1/30

Darrin Boing (Ohio)

W - Fall, 2:15

2/4

No. 7 Donald Vinson (Binghamton)

W - D, 8-3

2/6

Joey Napoli (Lehigh)

W - D, 2-1

W - MD, 22-8 W - D, 6-3 W - Fall, 0:43 W - D, 8-3

W - D, 9-7 W - TF, 16-0

2/9

No. 4 Mario Mason (Rutgers)

W - D, 2-0

2/13

Ben Dorsay (Maryland)

W - D, 8-4

2/20

No. 4 Kevin LeValley (Bucknell)

3/5

EIWA Championship - 4th Place Steve Santos (Columbia) No. 2 Kevin LeValley (Bucknell) Joseph Napoli (Lehigh) No. 7 Mario Mason (Rutgers)

L - D, 9-6 W - D, 7-3 L - D, 3-2 (OT) W - D, 5-2 L - D, 3-2


American University Wrestling steve

FITTERY, 157 lbs.

Senior Denver, Pa. • Shippensburg University • Earned All-America status at the 2010 NCAA Championships with a fifthplace finish at 157 lbs. and this year will look to become the fourth student-athlete in American history to earn multiple All-American honors. • Enters the tournament as the No. 2 seed. • Won the 2011 EIWA title at 157 lbs., defeating two ranked opponents at the event, No. 12 Daryl Cocozzo of Rutgers, 3-0, and No. 7 Bryce Saddoris of Navy, 6-1. • Has been featured all year in the InterMat College Rankings, and has been ranked No. 1 for 15-consecutive weeks. • Has gone undefeated this season, finishing with a 28-0 overall record. Also recorded bonus points in 22 matches. • Leads the team in falls (13) and technical falls (5). Also ranks second in wins (28) and major decisions (4). • 2010 Academic All-American • Named 2009 Midlands Champion of Champions.

2010-11 Overall: 28-0 • 2010-11 Dual Record: 20-0 4 MD • 5 Tech-Falls • 13 Falls Career Record: 62-4 • Career Dual Record: 32-1 18 Career MD • 11 Career Tech-Falls • 21 Career Falls Date

Opponent

11/6

Rudy Chelednick (Army)

11/6

Eric Norgard (Franklin & Marshall)

11/21

Keystone Classic - 1st Place

Result W - D 7-1 W - Fall, 2:43

Tom Timothy (Pennsylvania)

W - Fall, 3:24

Daniel Kolodzik (Princeton)

W - Fall, 1:46

Johnny Greisheimer (Edinboro)

W - MD, 17-8

No. 7 Jason Welch (Northwestern)

W - Fall, 4:40

11/27

Dan Gonsor (Missouri)

W - Fall, 4:30

11/27

Garrett Schaner (Stanford)

W - Fall, 1:47

11/27

Frank Hickman (Bloomsburg)

11/27

Donnie Tasser (Pittsburgh)

W - TF, 15-0

1/8

Alex Elder (Oregon State)

W - TF, 20-3

1/8

Charles York (Wisconsin)

W - Fall, 1:17

1/8

Trent Weatherman (Iowa State)

W - Fall, 2:13

1/15

No. 8 Case Nelson (Oklahoma)

W - TF, 15-0

1/15

Tee Edwards (Arizona State)

1/15

Alex Williams (Air Force)

W - TF, 17-2

1/21

Charles Aungst (Drexel)

W - Fall, 0:57

1/27

Jaazia Bethea (George Mason)

1/30

Casey Gordon (Ohio)

2/4

Matt Kaylor (Binghamton)

W - Fall, 5:54

2/6

Sean Bilodeau (Lehigh)

W - Fall, 2:56

W - D, 9-4

W - D, 13-7

W - TF, 24-6 W - Fall, 6:26

2/9

No. 15 Daryl Cocozzo (Rutgers)

2/13

No. 14 Kyle John (Maryland)

W - MD, 13-4

W - D, 6-3

2/20

Brantley Hooks (Bucknell)

W - MD, 18-7

3/5

EIWA Championship - 1st Place James Rafferty (Army)

W - Fall, 5:39

Sean Bilodeau (Lehigh)

W - MD, 12-3

No. 12 Daryl Cocozzo (Rutgers)

W - D, 3-0

No. 7 Bryce Saddoris (Navy)

W - D, 6-1


American University Wrestling patrick

GRAHAM, 165 lbs.

RS Sophomore Annapolis, Md. • Annapolis • Placed fourth at the EIWA Championships to earn his first appearance at Nationals. • Has recorded 23 wins this season, ranking fourth on the team. He also tied for first on the team in major decisions (8). • Recorded a win over then No. 3 Josh Asper of Maryland at the Midlands Championship, 7-6.

2010-11 Overall: 23-17 • 2010-11 Dual Record: 10-9 8 MD • 1 Tech-Fall • 0 Falls Career Record: 39-32 • Career Dual Record: 18-18 11 Career MD • 2 Career Tech-Falls • 1 Career Fall Date 11/6 11/6 11/13

• Placed third at the Keystone Classic and eighth at the Midlands Championship. 11/21

• Recorded a five-match win streak from November 27 to December 29.

11/27 11/27 11/27 11/27 12/29

1/8 1/8 1/15 1/15 1/15 1/21 1/27 1/30 2/4 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/20 3/5

Opponent Result Jake Vetter (Army) W - D, 4-0 Anthony Bongarzone (Franklin & Marshall) W - MD, 17-7 Brockport Oklahoma Invitational Kyle Detmer (Oklahoma) W - MD, 10-1 Scott Winston (Rutgers) L - D, 3-1 (OT) Tanner Shaffer (American) W - D, 6-1 Bekzod Abdurakhmonov (Clarion) L - D, 9-4 Keystone Classic - 3rd Place Kevin Bialka (Northwestern) W - D, 3-0 Matthew Laird (Edinboro) W - D, 3-0 Stephen Burak (Pennsylvania) L - D, 4-2 Kyle Czarnecki (Boston) W - MD, 11-1 Kyle Blevins (Appalachian State) W - D, 6-1 No. 14 Zach Toal (Missouri) L - D, 9-3 Lucas Espericueta (Stanford) W - D, 8-5 Christopher Smith (Bloomsburg) W - D, 6-0 Patrick Tasser (Pittsburgh) W - MD, 13-4 Midlands Championship - 8th Place No. 3 Josh Asper (Maryland) W - D, 7-6 Ben Boudro (Michigan State) W - MD, 8-0 Zach Toal (Missouri) L - D, 3-1 Michael Moreno (Iowa State) W - D, 9-4 No. 4 Tyler Caldwell (Oklahoma) L - D, 6-2 Ethan Headlee (Pittsburgh) L - D, 4-2 Jonathan Brascetta (Oregon State) W - MD, 14-3 No. 2 Andrew Howe (Wisconsin) L - TF, 24-7 No. 4 Tyler Caldwell (Oklahoma) L - D, 6-2 Arizona State W - Forfeit Clay Gable (Air Force) L - D, 6-5 Joe Booth (Drexel) L - D, 3-1 Aaron Keeton (George Mason) W - MD, 12-4 Steve Wilson (Ohio) W - D, 8-2 Justin Lister (Binghamton) L - D, 10-5 No. 20 Brandon Hatchett (Lehigh) L - D, 7-2 No. 6 Scott Winston (Rutgers) L - D, 4-1 No. 3 Josh Asper (Maryland) L - D, 7-1 Corey Lear (Bucknell) W - D, 5-3 EIWA Championship - 4th Place Anthony Bongarzone (Franklin & Marshall) W - MD, 20-6 No. 7 Scott Winston (Rutgers) L - D, 2-1 Dave Foxen (Brown) W - TF, 15-0 (5:20) Corey Lear (Bucknell) W - D, 6-3 No. 13 Brandon Hatchett (Lehigh) W - Forfeit Stephen Burak (Pennsylvania) L - D, 5-2


American University Wrestling daniel

MITCHELL, 197 lbs.

Sophomore Broomfield, Colo • Legacy • Placed third at the EIWA Championship, finishing the tournament with a 5-1 record, to earn his second straight appearance at the NCAA Championships.

2010-11 Record: 30-7 • 2010-11 Dual Record: 15-5 4 MD • 1 Tech-Fall • 7 Falls Career Record: 36-14 • Career Dual Record: 18-8 5 Career MD • 1 Career Tech-Fall • 9 Career Falls Date

• Has been ranked all season in the InterMat College Rankings, and is currently ranked No. 17.

11/6 11/13

• Has posted a 30-7 overall record this season, recording bonus points in 12 matches. • His 30-wins are tied for first on the team and are the fifth most in program history, also ranks second in major decisions (4) and third in falls (7). • Captured the Brockport Oklahoma Invitational and Wilkes Barre Open titles at 197 lbs. • Placed second at the Keystone Classic. • Went 11-2 to finish the regular season, ending the year with a five-match win streak.

11/21

11/27 11/27 11/27 11/27 12/28

1/8 1/8 1/8 1/15 1/15 1/15 1/15 1/21 1/27 1/30 2/4 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/20 3/5

Opponent

Result

Ryan Ross (Army) W - D, 3-0 Brockport Oklahoma Invitational - 1st Place Quincy Mondaine (Oklahoma) W - Fall, 3:44 Tyler Peter (Buffalo) W - Fall, 3:15 Mike Wagner (Rutgers) W - D, 5-1 Keldrick Hall (Oklahoma) W - MD, 13-5 Keystone Classic - 2nd Place Christopher Gill (VMI) W - Fall, 2:15 John Schoen (Northwestern) W - D, 9-3 No. 15 Micah Burak (Pennsylvania) L - Fall, 6:28 Jake Glore (Missouri) W - D, 5-4 Alan Yen (Stanford) W - MD, 9-1 Richard Perry (Bloomsburg) W - TF, 17-2 No. 8 Zac Thomusseit (Pittsburgh) L - D, 8-6 Wilkes Barre Open - 1st Place Daniel Hopkins (Rutgers) W - MD, 11-2 Jonathan Moore (Pittsburgh-Johnstown) W - D, 6-0 Musa Dereese (Nassau Community) W - D, 8-2 Rex Harris W - D, 6-3 Chad Hanke (Oregon State) L - D, 5-3 Derrick Borlie (Wisconsin) L - MD, 9-1 Phillip Hawes (Iowa State) W - D, 11-9 Keldrick Hall (Oklahoma) W - Fall, 7:48 Gabe Musser (Ouachita Baptist) W - Fall, 4:15 Luke Macchiaroli (Arizona State) L - D, 3-2 Cody Davis (Air Force) W - Fall, 1:37 Jack Callender (Drexel) W - Fall, 1:55 George Mason W - Forfeit No. 16 Erik Schuth (Ohio) L - D, 7-5 Cody Reed (Binghamton) W - D, 9-2 No. 11 Joe Kennedy (Lehigh) W - D, 3-2 Mike Wagner (Rutgers) W - D, 6-1 Christian Boley (Maryland) W - D, 8-6 Jay Hahn (Bucknell) W - D, 6-4 EIWA Championship - 3rd Place Brandon Schull (Brown) W - D, 6-0 Michael Wagner (Rutgers) L - D, 3-2 Daniel Santoro (Princeton) W - MD, 10-0 Peter Huntley (Navy) W - D, 8-4 Joseph Kennedy (Lehigh) W - D, 6-4 (OT) Jay Hahn (Bucknell) W - D, 4-3


American University Wrestling ryan

FLORES, HWT

Junior Clovis, Calif. • Columbia University • Will be making his third appearance at the NCAA Championships and is seeded third at heavyweight.

2010-11 Record: 22-5 • 2010-11 Dual Record: 13-4 2 MD • 2 Tech-Falls • 9 Falls Date

• Won the 2011 EIWA Championship at heavyweight by defeating No. 1 Zach Rey of Lehigh, 4-2, in overtime. • Has been ranked all season in the InterMat College Rankings, and is currently ranked No. 2. • Ranks second on the team in technical falls (2) and falls (9). • Defeated then No. 2 Jarod Trice at the NWCA All-Star Classic, 3-1, American’s second student-athlete to ever participate in the event.

Opponent

Result

11/6

Christian Botero (Army)

W - TF, 18-1

11/6

Daniel Canfield (Franklin & Marshall) W - Fall, 1:04

11/21

NWCA All-Star Classic

11/27

No. 2 Dom Bradley (Missouri)

11/27

Stanford

11/27

Zachary Walsh (Bloomsburg)

11/27

No. 8 Ryan Tomei (Pittsburgh)

12/29

Midlands Championship - 3rd Place

No. 2 Jarod Trice (Central Michigan)

W - D, 6-2 W - Forfeit W - Fall, 6:21 L - D, 6-4

Kevin Kelly (South Dakota State)

W - TF, 18-3

Bobby Telford (Iowa)

W - MD, 8-0

John Helgerson (Wartburg)

• Placed third at the 2010 Midlands Championship.

W - D, 6-2

No. 1 Zach Rey (Lehigh)

L - D, 5-2

No. 3 D.J. Russo (Rutgers)

• Recorded nine victories over ranked opponents, including seven over wrestlers ranked in the top five.

W - D, 3-1

W - D, 12-5

No. 2 Ryan Tomei (Pittsburgh)

W - Fall, 4:23

1/8

No. 12 Clayton Jack (Oregon State)

1/8

Eric Bugenhagen (Wisconsin)

W - Fall, 1:22 W - D, 7-4

1/8

Kyle Simonson (Iowa State)

1/15

No. 12 Nathan Fernandez (Oklahoma)

L - Inj. Default, 5:10

1/27

Hunter Manspile (George Mason)

W - Fall, 2:32

1/30

No. 20 Jeremy Johnson (Ohio)

W - Fall, 2:48

2/4

Lance Moore (Binghamton)

W - Fall, 1:12

2/6

No. 1 Zach Rey (Lehigh)

L - D, 4-2

L - D, 5-3

2/9

No. 3 D.J. Russo (Rutgers)

W - D, 9-2

2/13

Spencer Myers (Maryland)

W - MD, 16-7

2/20

Joe McMullan (Bucknell)

W - Fall, 1:59

3/5

EIWA Championship - 1st Place Christian Botero (Army) Stryker Lane (Cornell) No. 4 D.J. Russo (Rutgers) No. 1 Zach Rey (Lehigh)

W - Fall, 1:20 W - Inj. Default, 0:04 W - D, 5-2 W - D, 4-2 (OT)


American University Wrestling

Individual Record Book Single Season Dual Meet Wins

Career Wins 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 15.

Marc Hoffer Mike Cannon Josh Glenn Chris Toth Kyle Borshoff Bret Ruth Mark Snuffin Denis Alampiev Matt Esposito Tom Kniezewski Jim Dunne Jacob Scott Rob Puzio Jeff Bunker Mahlon Chase

1997-02 2006-10 2003-08 1986-90 2006-10 1994-98 1986-89 1997-01 1994-99 2001-06 1984-88 1991-95 1995-98 1990-94 1990-93

125-34 122-19 110-14 105-33-1 102-39 91-39 91-38-1 83-47 78-38 77-46 77-29-1 74-15-1 72-33 72-40-1 71-41-2

Marc Hoffer 125 Career Win Career Dual Meet Wins 1. 2. 2 3. 3 4. 4 5. 5 6. 6 7. 7 8. 8 9. 9 11. 1 12. 1 13. 1

Chris Toth 105 Career Wins

1. 2. 4. 5.

8. 10. 11.

15.

Single Season Wins Josh Glenn 2005-06 Kyle Borshoff 2008-09 Mike Cannon 2008-09 Daniel Waters 2003-04 Matt Mariacher 2010-11 Daniel Mitchell 2010-11 Mike Cannon 2007-08 Mike Cannon 2006-07 Josh Glenn 2004-05 Steve Fittery 2010-11 Josh Glenn 2006-07 Rudy Rueda 2006-07 Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov 2004-05 Daniel Waters 2004-05 Muzaffer Abdurakhmanov 2005-06

35 33 33 32 30 30 30 29 29 28 27 27 27 27 26

Mike Cannon 2005-10 Josh Glenn 2004-08 Kyle Borshoff 2006-10 Jasen Borshoff 2005-10 Matt Mariacher 2007-P Steve Fittery 2009-P Jordan Lipp 2005-10 Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov 2005-06 Christopher Stout 2004-08 Adam LoPiccolo 2003-07 Thomas Williams2008-P Rudy Rueda 2005-06 Patrick Graham 2008-P Daniel Mitchell 2009-P

64 55 53 39 37 32 27 25 22 22 20 19 18 18

1. Steve Fittery 2010-11 2. Josh Glenn 2005-06 3. Ganbayar Sanjaa2010-11 Mike Cannon 2008-09 Mike Cannon 2007-08 6. Matt Mariacher 2010-11 Kyle Borshoff 2009-10 Kyle Borshoff 2008-09 Mike Cannon 2006-07 Josh Glenn 2004-05 11. Daniel Mitchell 2010-11 Kyle Borshoff 2007-08 Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov 2005-06 14. Mike Cannon 2009-10 Adam LoPiccolo 2005-06

15 14 14

Jasen Borshoff 39 Career Dual Meet Wins Career Falls Josh Glenn 2004-08 Mike Cannon 2005-10 Adam LoPiccolo 2003-07 Steve Fittery 2009-P Kyle Borshoff 2006-10 Jordan Lipp 2005-10 Daniel Mitchell 2009-P Ryan Flores 2010-P Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov 2005-06 10. Jasen Borshoff 2005-10 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov 25 Career Dual Meet Wins

20 18 17 17 17 16 16 16 16 16 15 15

44 26 22 21 19 11 9 9 9 7


American University Wrestling

Individual Record Book Single Season Major Decisions 1. Steve Fittery 2009-10 2. Christopher Stout 2007-08 3. Mike Cannon 2009-10 Mike Cannon 2008-09 Rudy Rueda 2006-07 6. Patrick Graham 2010-11 Matt Mariacher 2010-11 8 Kyle Borshoff 2008-09 Tom Kniezewski 2004-05 10. Matt Mariacher 2008-09 Josh Glenn 2006-07 Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov 2005-06 Thomas Williams2009-10 Josh Glenn 2004-05

Josh Glenn 21 Single Season Falls Single Season Falls 1. 2. 3. 4.

Josh Glenn Steve Fittery Adam LoPiccolo Ryan Flores Mike Cannon Josh Glenn Josh Glenn 8. Mike Cannon Steve Fittery Tom Kniezewski Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov 12. Daniel Mitchell Tom Kniezewski

2005-06 2010-11 2005-06 2010-11 2007-08 2006-07 2004-05 2009-10 2009-10 2005-06

21 13 12 9 9 9 9 8 8 8

2005-06 2010-11 2003-04

8 7 7

14 11 9 9 9 8 8 7 7 5 5 5 5 5

Career Tech-Falls 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Mike Cannon 2005-10 Steve Fittery 2009-P Josh Glenn 2004-08 Kyle Borshoff 2006-10 Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov 2005-06 6. Thomas Williams 2008-P Jasen Borshoff 2005-10 Dwayne Hash-Barberis 2003-07 9. Nick Arujau 2010-P Christopher Stout 2004-08

12 11 10 9 7 6 6 6 5 5 Kyle Borshoff 4 Single Season Tech-Falls

Single Season Tech Falls Career Major Decisions 1. Mike Cannon 2005-10 2. Steve Fittery 2009-P Josh Glenn 2004-08 4. Matt Mariacher 2007-P Christopher Stout 2004-08 Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov 2005-06 7. Kyle Borshoff 2006-10 8. Rudy Rueda 2005-06 9. Patrick Graham 2008-P 10. Jordan Lipp 2005-10

26 18 18 14 14 14 13 12 11 10

Christopher Stout 11 Single Season MD

1. Steve Fittery 2009-10 2. Nick Arujau 2010-11 Steve Fittery 2010-11 Josh Glenn 2004-05 5. Kyle Borshoff 2009-10 Thomas Williams 2008-09 Mike Cannon 2007-08 Rudy Rueda 2006-07 9 Mike Cannon 2008-09 Christopher Stout 2007-08 Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov 2005-06

6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3

Jordan Lipp 10 Career Major Decisions Mike Cannon 9 Single Season Falls


2011 NCAA Wrestling Championships Notes