Issuu on Google+

American University Wrestling November

110th EIWA Championships

9 17 21 24

Saturday & Sunday, March 8-9, 2014 The Palestra • Philadelphia, Pa. Twitter: @AU_Wrestling #AUmatness

at Brockport/Oklahoma Gold 5th at Virginia Tech L, 30-9 WISCONSIN L, 31-6 at Keystone Classic 10th

December 6 -7 19

at Las Vegas Invitational at George Mason

13th W, 26-10

January 1-2 10 12 12 12 18 19 19 25 31

at Southern Scuffle at Rutgers * vs. Harvard * at Boston U. * vs. Brown * ARMY * GARDNER WEBB COLUMBIA * at Binghamton * at Bucknell *

23rd L, 31-6 W, 25-12 W, 22-16 W, 31-13 L, 26-10 W, 28-11 L, 20-13 W, 21-19 L, 21-18

February 8 16 16

NAVY * NORTH CAROLINA ST. at Maryland

at Oklahoma State at EIWA Championships at EIWA Championships at NCAA Championships at NCAA Championships at NCAA Championships

What to Watch For Blake Herrin returns to the EIWA Championships after his runner-up finish a year ago. Herrin was seeded second in his first EIWA Championship a year ago and posted his first fall of the year in the opening round. The senior was edged in the tiebreaker, 2-1, by Navy’s Daniel Miller in the championship.

L, 34-8 L, 25-12 L, 23-9

David Terao will make his second appearance at the conference championships after finishing third a year ago, with his lone loss in the tournament coming to No. 1 Nahshon Garrett in a 3-0 decision.

L, 43-6 All Day All Day All Day All Day All Day

Daniel Mitchell returns to the EIWA Championships at 197 lbs. after redshirting a year ago. He is a three-time NCAA qualifier after finishing sixth in 2011-12, third in 2010-11 and fourth in 2009-10.

March 1 8 9 20 21 22

The American University wrestling team is set to compete in the 110th EIWA Championships this Saturday and Sunday, March 8-9 at the Palestra in Philadelphia, Pa. The tournament will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday and will conclude with the championship matches at 4 p.m. on Sunday. The Eagles are looking to improve upon its ninth place finish at least year’s EIWA Championships with five placewinners.

BOLD CAPS indicates home meet * indicates EIWA opponent Athletics Communications Assistant Director / Wrestling Contact...........Katie Mattern Office Phone.............................................(202) 885-3030 Cell Phone................................................(724) 972-3348 E-mail......................................... mattern@american.edu Website......................................................AUeagles.com Facebook.............................Facebook.com/AU.Wrestling Twitter...................................... Twitter.com/AU_Wrestling Instagram.............................. Instagram.com/auwrestling YouTube...................YouTube.com/AmericanUnivEagles

Other top grapplers returning to the tournament with 20win seasons this year include Esteban Gomez-Rivera at 133 lbs. and John Boyle at 157 lbs. Projected Lineup NAME David Terao Esteban Gomez-Rivera Tom Page Cole Moseley John Boyle Cristian Masaya Keithen Cast Jason Grimes Daniel Mitchell Blake Herrin

WGT 125 133 141 149 157 165 174 184 197 HWT

YR RS So. So. RS Fr. RS Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr. RS Sr. RS Sr.

RECORD 29-7 20-17 8-14 9-11 20-17 1-18 15-17 13-20 19-6 16-12


American University Wrestling How to Follow

110th EIWA Championships Follow all of the action on Twitter by Projected Team Finishes using the hashtag, #AUmatness.

2013-14 Duals TEAM W L Pct. 1. Cornell 8 0 1.000 2. Lehigh 4 2 .667 3. Hofstra 4 2 .667 4. Columbia 3 5 .375 5. Rutgers 6 2 .750 6. Princeton 10 2 .833 7. American 4 5 .444 7. Penn 5 4 .556 Army 7 3 .700 Navy 2 1 .667 Bucknell 4 4 .500 Franklin & Marshall 2 3 .400 Harvard 3 6 .333 Binghamton 3 8 .273 Drexel 1 4 .200 Boston U. 2 8 .200 Brown 2 8 .200 Sacred Heart 0 4 .000

@AU_Wrestling will be tweeting live updates throughout the tournament and will be answering questions throughout the weekend. Coverage will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday and will provide match updates, team standings and in-depth looks at the Eagles’ grapplers looking for a bid to the NCAA Tournament.

NCAA Qualifying The EIWA Championships serve as American’s qualifying tournament into the 2014 NCAA Championships in Oklahoma City. This year, a total of 47 automatic qualifiers have been allocated to the EIWA, which is the second most among all conferences behind only the Big Ten. Each weight class has been assigned a specific number of automatic qualifiers based upon each individual’s * Top-8 according to EIWA poll Division I winning percentage, RPI and released on February 24. All other the NCAA Coaches Panel Rankings. teams are listed according to dual meet The remaining 40 at-large qualifiers winning percentage. will be chosen after all qualifying tournaments have been completed and will be announced on March 12. The NCAA Division I Wrestling Committee will meet in person to determine these at-large bids. Automatic Bids The EIWA was awarded 47 automatic bids to the 2014 NCAA Championships, second-most only to the Big Ten which received 74 automatic bids. Weight Bids 125 lbs. - 6 133 lbs. - 4 141 lbs. - 5 149 lbs. - 4 157 lbs. - 5 165 lbs. - 5 174 lbs. - 3 184 lbs. - 4 197 lbs. - 7 285 lbs. - 4

AU’s Lineup David Terao Esteban Gomez-Rivera Tom Page Cole Moseley John Boyle Cristian Masaya Keithen Cast Jason Grimes Daniel Mitchell Blake Herrin

* Preseeds will be released on March 7

National Champions Name Josh Glenn

Weight 197 lbs.

Year 2007

All-Americans

Name Weight Place Year Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov 165 lbs. 3rd 2006 Kyle Borshoff 149 lbs. 7th 2009 Kyle Borshoff 149 lbs. 8th 2010 Mike Cannon 165 lbs. 6th 2008 Mike Cannon 174 lbs. 8th 2009 Mike Cannon 184 lbs. 3rd 2010 Steve Fittery 157 lbs. 5th 2010 Ryan Flores 285 lbs. 2nd 2011 Ryan Flores 285 lbs. 6th 2012 Josh Glenn 184 lbs. 4th 2006 Josh Glenn 197 lbs. 1st 2007 Josh Glenn 197 lbs. 5th 2008 Ganbayar Sanjaa 149 lbs. 4th 2011 Ganbayar Sanjaa 157 lbs. 6th 2012 Daniel Waters 174 lbs. 8th 2005

Academic All-Americans

Name Year Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov 2006 Jasen Borshoff 2008, 2010 Mike Cannon 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Steve Fittery 2010, 2011 Ryan Flores 2011, 12 Josh Glenn 2008 Patrick Graham 2011 David Lombardy 1998, Honorable Mention Matt Mariacher 2011, 12 Daniel Mitchell 2011, 12 Matt Morkel 2006 Ganbayar Sanjaa 2011 Andrew Silber 2009 Christopher Stout 2008 Damian Swietlik 2007 Kevin Tao 2012, 2013 Daniel Waters 2005 Thomas Williams 2012

2013-14 Record 29-7 20-17 8-14 9-11 20-17 NWCA National Coach of the Year Year 1-18 Name 2011 15-17 Mark Cody 13-20 19-6 Bob Bubb Excellence Award Year 16-12 Name Mark Cody

2009


American University Wrestling

American’s EIWA History EIWA Wrestler of the Year

Josh Glenn

EIWA Most Outstanding Wrestler

Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov

EIWA Fletcher Award

Josh Glenn

EIWA Sheridan Memorial Award

Ryan Flores

EIWA Freshman of the Year

Josh Glenn

EIWA Champions

Name Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov Mike Cannon Mike Cannon Steve Fittery Ryan Flores Ryan Flores Josh Glenn Josh Glenn Josh Glenn Matt Mariacher Matt Mariacher

Name Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov Nick Arujau Phillip Barreiro Jasen Borshoff Jasen Borshoff Jasen Borshoff Jasen Borshoff Kyle Borshoff Kyle Borshoff

Weight 165 lbs. 165 lbs. 174 lbs. 184 lbs. 157 lbs. 285 lbs. 285 lbs. 184 lbs. 197 lbs. 197 lbs. 141 lbs. 141 lbs.

EIWA Placewinners

2007

2006

2008

2012

2005

Year 2005 2006 2009 2010 2011 2011 2012 2006 2007 2008 2011 2012

Weight 157 lbs.

Place 1st

Year 2005

165 lbs.

1st

2006

125 lbs. 165 lbs. 125 lbs. 125 lbs. 133 lbs. 125 lbs. 141 lbs. 141 lbs.

8th 8th 6th 4th 6th 6th 4th 6th

2011 2013 2007 2008 2009 2010 2007 2008

Kyle Borshoff Kyle Borshoff Mike Cannon Mike Cannon Mike Cannon Mike Cannon Mark Cirello Steve Fittery Steve Fittery Ryan Flores Ryan Flores Josh Glenn Josh Glenn Josh Glenn Josh Glenn Patrick Graham Blake Herrin Jordan Lipp Adam LoPiccolo Adam LoPiccolo Matt Mariacher Matt Mariacher Matt Mariacher Daniel Mitchell Daniel Mitchell Daniel Mitchell Matt Morkel Rudy Rueda Ganbayar Sanjaa Ganbayar Sanjaa Andrew Silber Christopher Stout Christopher Stout Damien Swietlik Kevin Tao Kevin Tao David Terao Daniel Waters Thomas Williams Thomas Williams

149 lbs. 149 lbs. 165 lbs. 165 lbs. 174 lbs. 184 lbs. 157 lbs. 157 lbs. 157 lbs. 285 lbs. 285 lbs. 184 lbs. 184 lbs. 197 lbs. 197 lbs. 165 lbs. 285 lbs. 141 lbs. 285 lbs. 285 lbs. 141 lbs. 141 lbs. 141 lbs. 197 lbs. 197 lbs. 197 lbs. 125 lbs. 174 lbs. 149 lbs. 157 lbs. 197 lbs. 157 lbs. 165 lbs. 149 lbs. 149 lbs. 149 lbs. 125 lbs. 174 lbs. 133 lbs. 133 lbs.

3rd 5th 2nd 3rd 1st 1st 8th 3rd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 4th 2nd 2nd 3rd 4th 6th 1st 1st 4th 3rd 6th 6th 5th 4th 3rd 5th 5th 6th 5th 2nd 5th 3rd 4th 7th 6th

2009 2010 2007 2008 2009 2010 2013 2010 2011 2011 2012 2005 2006 2007 2008 2011 2013 2010 2005 2006 2009 2011 2012 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 2011 2012 2009 2008 2009 2007 2012 2013 2013 2005 2010 2012


American University Wrestling

2013-14 Individual Statistics Career Wrestler, Wt. Record

2013-14 Record

Dual EIWA Fastest Record Record Major Dec. Tech-Falls Fall Fall

David Terao, 125 57-21

29-7

13-2

12-2

8-0

2-0

4-0

0:40

Chris Brienza, 125

2-20

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

N/A

Esteban Gomez-Rivera, 133

32-36

20-17

8-8

8-11

4-1

0-2

2-2

1:10

Tom Page, 141

8-14

8-14

1-6

4-7

1-2

1-1

0-1

N/A

Matt Crockett, 141

1-13

0-8

0-2

0-2

0-1

0-4

0-3

N/A

Casey Paglia, 141 *

10-11

10-11

0-0

1-2

3-0

1-0

1-3

1:27

Spencer Slishman, 141

6-12

6-12

2-5

3-5

1-3

0-1

0-1

N/A

Cole Moseley, 149

9-11

9-11

1-4

3-5

1-2

0-0

1-3

1:10

Mark Cirello, 149

26-55

14-14

3-6

6-4

2-2

1-2

2-3

1:52

John Boyle, 157

32-37

20-17

7-9

7-7

4-1

1-0

1-0

3:13

Cristian Masaya, 165

3-28

1-18

0-12

0-10

0-5

0-5

0-2

N/A

Brad Mutchnik, 165

7-10

7-10

1-2

2-3

0-2

0-2

1-0

1:56

Keithen Cast, 174

32-35

15-17

6-10

6-8

5-4

1-2

3-3

3:13

Jason Grimes, 184

13-20

13-20

4-12

5-8

1-6

0-0

1-2

1:42

Daniel Mitchell, 197

79-34

19-6

9-3

9-3

3-0

0-0

7-0

0:48

Brett Dempsey, 197

9-11

9-11

1-3

3-3

2-3

1-0

0-4

N/A

Blake Herrin, HWT

71-41

16-12

8-8

7-4

5-0

0-0

0-1

N/A

Totals

387-398

186-194 64-92

75-82

37-32

7-19

22-25

* Indicates current redshirt (wrestled unattached in 2013-14 - does not count toward totals)

2013-14 Team Leaders Wins

No.

Winning Percentage Pct.

Major Decisions

No.

Technical Falls David Terao

No.

David Terao

29

David Terao

.806

David Terao

8

2

John Boyle

20

Daniel Mitchell

.760

Keithen Cast

5

Esteban Gomez-Rivera 20

Blake Herrin

.571

Blake Herrin

5

Falls

Daniel Mitchell

19

John Boyle

.541

John Boyle

4

Daniel Mitchell

7

Blake Herrin

16

Esteban Gomez-Rivera .541

Esteban Gomez-Rivera

4

David Terao

4

No.


American University Wrestling

2013-14 Roster 2013-14 Roster Name

Weight

Year

Hometown / Previous School

John Boyle

Sophomore

157

Rutherford, N.J. / Rutherford

Chris Brienza

RS Junior

125

Upper Brookeville, N.Y. / St. Anthony’s

Keithen Cast

Senior

174

Broken Arrow, Okla. / Broken Arrow

Mark Cirello

RS Junior

149

Paramus, N.J. / Blair Academy

Matt Crockett

Sophomore

141

Cheshire, Conn. / Hamden Hall Country Day School

Brett Dempsey

Freshman

184/197

Esteban Gomez-Rivera

Sophomore

133

Miami, Fla. / Belen Jesuit Preparatory School

Jason Grimes

Freshman

184

Atlanta, Ga. / Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School

Blake Herrin

RS Senior

HWT

Cristian Masaya

Sophomore

165

Brooklyn, N.Y. / Brooklyn Technical

Daniel Mitchell

RS Senior

197

Broomfield, Colo. / Legacy

Cole Moseley

RS Freshman

149

Nashville, Tenn. / Father Ryan

Brad Mutchnik

RS Freshman

165

Owings Mills, Md. / St. Paul’s School

Tom Page

RS Freshman

141

Hamburg, N.Y. / Eden Central

Casey Paglia

Freshman

141

Willis Wharf, Va. / Northampton

Spencer Slishman

Freshman

141

Scituate, Mass. / Scituate

David Terao

RS Sophomore

125

Honolulu, Hawaii / Mid-Pacific Institute

Kalamazoo, Mich. / Mattawan

Huntsville, Ala. / Huntsville


American University Wrestling teague MOORE Head Coach 3rd Season • Oklahoma State ’99 The 2013-14 season will be Teague Moore’s third season as the head wrestling coach at American University. The 2012-13 season featured just two returning starters and NCAA qualifiers. The young squad had three wrestlers advance to the NCAA Championships and five make the podium at the EIWA Championships. In his first year at American in 2011-12, Moore led the Eagles to a program-record third-place finish at the EIWA Championships and a 19th-place result at the NCAA Championships. AU crowned two EIWA Champions, earned six EIWA placewinners, and sent five wrestlers to the NCAA Championships, recording two All-Americans. In the classroom, Moore’s Eagles finished with a 3.32 team GPA, the third-highest in Division I wrestling. A NWCA-best five studentathletes were named to the All-Academic Team, which included Daniel Mitchell’s 3.95 cumulative GPA, the second-highest in the country. Prior to arriving at American, Moore was the head coach at Clarion in Clarion, Pa., for five seasons. He led the Golden Eagles to a fourth-place finish at the 2011 Eastern Wrestling League Championships and the program’s first Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Championship since 1994. He was named the 2011 PSAC Coach of the Year. “We are very excited to welcome Teague Moore to American University as the new head coach of our wrestling program,” Director of Athletics and Recreation Keith Gill stated at the time of Moore’s hire. “Teague has the skills, experience and drive to lead our student-athletes to continued success on the mat and in the classroom. His values are in alignment with our institution’s principles of commitment to academic and athletic achievements.”

Moore sent eight student-athletes to the NCAA Division I Championships in five years at Clarion and this season was one win shy of crowning the program’s first All-American since 2005. Sophomore James Fleming won the 157 lbs. title at the EWL Championships and was named the Outstanding Wrestler, marking Clarion’s first EWL Champion since 2005 and first “OW” since 1980. Moore’s squad also boasted this year’s PSAC “OW” in 197 lbs. sophomore Alex Thomas and three PSAC Champions. Moore inherits a team coming off a program record fifth-place finish at the NCAA Championships. American returned two All-American’s in national runner-up Ryan Flores and fourthplace finisher Ganbayar Sanjaa, two EIWA Champions in Flores and Matt Mariacher and nine of 10 starters from a team which won a program record 14 dual meets in 201011. Moore replaces Mark Cody, who after nine seasons at American, was named the head coach at Oklahoma. “I am grateful to the American University Athletics Department for their support and confidence with this decision,” commented Moore when he arrived at American. “AU’s wrestling program has proven to be a strong national contender with a very successful record in academics. Both of those elements have been the key to my approach and focus. I’m eager to continue building upon the recent successes of the American program.” Moore was a four-year starter at Oklahoma State under Head Coach John Smith, winning the 1998 118 lbs. NCAA Championship with a pin of Michigan State’s Dave Morgan in the finals. A three-time All-American, he also placed third in 1999, fourth in 1997 and qualified for Nationals as a freshman.


American University Wrestling Moore was a two-time BIG XII Champion and runner-up as a senior, and currently ranks 18th in Cowboy history with a career record of 118-25. Moore continued his wrestling career at the international level following his graduation from Oklahoma State, placing third at the 2000 and 2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials and winning the 2000 University World Freestyle Championship and 2002 U.S. Open National Championship. He was a three-time member of the National Team, earning a silver medal at the 2003 World Cup and placing second at the 2002 World Team Trials. He also took third place at the 2003 World Team Trials, 2003 U.S. Open National Championships and 2004 U.S. Open National Championships.

helping the Sooners to a third-place finish at the 2003 NCAA Championships, after beginning his career as an assistant at Pittsburgh. Moore was inducted into the Pennsylvania Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2008. Wrestling for North Allegheny High School he was a three-time Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association placewinner and 1995 State Champion. He was also a three-time Pennsylvania State Freestyle Champion, three-time Junior National Freestyle Champion and National High School Champion in 1995. Moore is a 1999 graduate of Oklahoma State. He and his wife, Mary Alice, have three daughters and one son.

Prior to being named head coach at Clarion, Moore spent the 2005-06 season as an assistant at Harvard. In 2003-04 he was the director of film and facilities for the Oklahoma State program which won the 2004 NCAA Team Championship, BIG XII Championship and National Duals Championship. He also spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Oklahoma,

The Teague Moore File 2011-Pres........American University, Head Coach........................................................................................2 All-Americans .....................................................................................................................................................................8 NCAA Qualifiers ...................................................................................................................................................................2 EIWA Champions ......................................................................................................................................................................... 4 EIWA finalists .............................................................................................................................................................. 11 EIWA placewinners ....................................................................................................................................6 NWCA All-Academic Team selections 2006-11...........Clarion University, Head Coach........................................................................................8 NCAA Qualifiers ...............................................................................................................................................2011 EWL Outstanding Wrestler .............................................................................................................................................2011 PSAC Outstanding Wrestler ......................................................................................................................................................................1 EWL Champion ..................................................................................................................................................................5 PSAC Champions 2005-06...........Harvard University, Assistant Coach..............................................................................2 EIWA Champions ........................................................................................................................................................................4 EIWA Finalists 2003-04...........Oklahoma State University, Director of Film and Facilities......................... 2004 NCAA Team Champions ................................................................................................................................................ 2004 BIG XII Team Champions .....................................................................................................................................2004 National Duals Team Champions 2001-03 ..........University of Oklahoma, Assistant Coach.................................................................2003 NCAA 3rd Place ............................................................................................................................................................. 2003 BIG XII 3rd Place ........................................................................................................................................ 2003 University Nationals 2nd Place ...............................................................................................................................................................2002 NCAA 3rd Place ................................................................................................................................................ 2002 BIG XII Team Champions 2000-01...........University of Pittsburgh, Assistant Coach....................................................................................................


American University Wrestling kyle BORSHOFF Assistant Coach 4th Season • American ’10 The 2013-14 season will be Kyle Borshoff’s fourth season on the American University wrestling coaching staff and his third campaign as a full-time assistant coach. In 2011-12, American recorded a program-record thirdplace finish at the EIWA Championships. Two Eagles — heavyweight Ryan Flores and Matt Mariacher (141 lbs.) — were crowned conference champions and Flores and Ganbayar Sanjaa (157 lbs.) earned All-America honors. Borshoff worked closely throughout the season with Mariacher and Sanjaa, who combined to register a 48-15 record on the campaign. Borshoff served as a volunteer assistant coach in 201011, helping American to its best season in program history. American placed fifth at the NCAA Championships and crowned three All-Americans, with Flores becoming just the second Eagle to reach the NCAA Finals. American placed fourth at the EIWA Championships as Steve Fittery, Flores and Mariacher each captured individual titles. The Eagles’ 14 dual meet victories set a record for most wins in a season. American also excelled in the classroom in each of the last two years. The team was ranked second in the country in combined GPA in 2010-11 (3.48 GPA) and finished third in 2011-12 with a 3.3.32 mark. Six Eagles were named NWCA

Academic All-Americans in 2010-11, setting a new NWCA record, and adding five more in 2011-12. Borshoff graduated from the Kogod School of Business in May 2010 with a degree in business administration. He was a two-time All-American as an Eagle, a two-time Midlands Placewinner and three-time NCAA Qualifier. He graduated with a career record of 102-39 and currently ranks fifth in career wins, fifth in career falls, fourth in career technical falls and sixth in career major decisions. In his last season with the Eagles, Borshoff earned his second consecutive All-America honor by placing eighth at the NCAA Championships to become one of only four student-athletes in American history to earn multiple All-America honors. He finished the 2009-10 season with an overall record of 28-8 and a dual meet record of 16-0, and recorded four tech falls and four falls. Borshoff placed fifth at the EIWA Championships and seventh at the Midlands Championships as a senior, and was ranked as high as third in the InterMat College Rankings. Borshoff earned his first All-America honor in 2009, placing seventh at the NCAA Championships and recording a 33-7 overall record. He finished third at the EIWA Championships and fourth at the Midlands Championships. Borshoff first qualified for the NCAA Championships as a freshman after a fourth-place showing at the EIWA Championships, making him the first true freshman in American history to qualify for Nationals.


American University Wrestling pete FRIEDL Assistant Coach 3rd Season • Illinois ’06 The 2013-14 season will be Pete Friedl’s third season on the American University wrestling coaching staff. In 2011-12, American recorded a program-record third-place finish at the EIWA Championships. Two Eagles — heavyweight Ryan Flores and Matt Mariacher (141 lbs.) — were crowned conference champions and Flores and Ganbayar Sanjaa (157 lbs.) earned All-America honors. Freidl worked closely throughout the season with Flores, who was ranked No. 1 in the country at heavyweight for 16 straight weeks during the campaign.

Friedl came to American after one season as an assistant coach at Appalachian State. Friedl helped guide two Mountaineer wrestlers to the NCAA Championships last season as Appalachian State registered a 56th-place finish as a team. In the classroom, the Mountaineers placed 13th in the country with a 3.09 team GPA last year. Friedl was a standout collegiate wrestler at Illinois where he was a four-time NCAA qualifier (2003-06) and three-time All-American (2004-06), placing as high as third at 184 lbs. in his senior season. He captured the Big Ten conference championship in 2005, leading the Ilini to the team title that season. Friedl was also a 2006 Midlands Champion, propelling Illinois to its third straight championship at that event. He graduated as the third-winningest wrestler in Ilini history with 125 career victories.

“Pete brings a number of great attributes to our program,” Moore said at the time of his hire. “His Big Ten success and national accolades combined with his desire to succeed as a coach are going to bring this program big results. Pete is a tremendous addition to our program.” Friedl graduated from Illinois in 2006 with a Bachelor’s degree in Community Health. Following his graduation, he remained at Illinois for four years where he served as an assistant with the strength and conditioning program.


American University Wrestling david TERAO RS Sophomore • 125 Honolulu, Hawaii • Mid-Pacific Institute • Psychology 2013-14 Highlights Rankings: InterMat - 10th RPI - 7th Coaches Panel - 10th • Leads the team with 29 wins, good for ninth in a single season history at American. • Also ranks first with an .806 winning percentage. • Posted a team-high eight major decisions, good for sixth at AU, and two tech falls this year. • Ranks second on the team with four falls. • Ranks 14th all-time at American with 24 career dual victories. • Has 14 falls in his career, good for eighth all-time at American. • Ranks 13th at American with 10 career major decisions. • Has won each of his last 12 matches. • Placed in every tournament he has competed in this season, winning the Keystone Classic, earning a runner-up result at the Brockport/Oklahoma Gold and finishing fourth at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational and Southern Scuffle.

Year 2012-13 2013-14 Total

Overall 28-14 29-7 57-21

Dual 11-3 13-2 24-5

MD 2 8 10

TF Falls 1 10 2 4 3 14

2013-14 Overall: 29-7 • Dual Record: 13-2 8 MD • 2 Tech-Falls • 4 Falls Date

Opponent

Result

11/2 NWCA All-Star Classic * Chris Donaldson (Ursinus) W - D, 7-5 11/9 Brockport/Oklahoma Gold - 2nd Place Dillon Stowell (Brockport) W - TF, 24-8 Max Soria (Buffalo) W - D, 12-6 #5 Jarrod Patterson (Oklahoma) L - D, 5-3 11/17 #20 Joey Dance (Virginia Tech) L - D, 3-1 (TB-1) 11/21 Ryan Taylor (Wisconsin) L - D, 15-8 11/24 Keystone Classic - 1st Place Jeremy Schwartz (Pennsylvania) W - D, 13-6 Joe Duca (Indiana) W - D, 8-2 #8 Anthony Zanetta (Pittsburgh) W - MD, 11-3 #16 Rob Deutsch (Rider) W - D, 3-1 (SV-1) 12/6-7 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational - 4th Place Jared Miller (North Idaho) W - Fall (1:43) #18 Joey Dance (Virginia Tech) W - D, 3-2 #2 Nahshon Garrett (Cornell) L - D, 5-0 Micah Perez (North Carolina State) W - Fall (6:05) Earl Hall (Iowa State) W - D, 5-4 #6 Tyler Cox (Wyoming) W - MD, 11-3 #8 Josh Martinez (Air Force) L - D, 4-1 12/19 Bill Prochniewski (George Mason) W - MD, 15-2 1/1-2 Southern Scuffle - 4th Place Trey Andrews (Northern Colorado) W - MD, 15-3 Micah Perez (North Carolina State) W - Fall (0:40) Brian Bokoski (North Carolina) W - D, 15-11 Caleb Richardson (Pennsylvania) W - D, 4-3 #1 Nahshon Garrett (Cornell) L - D, 7-3 Zach Synon (Missouri) W - MD, 11-3 #6 Josh Martinez (Air Force) L - D, 6-0 1/10 Sean McCabe (Rutgers) W - D, 6-1 1/12 Harvard W - Forfeit 1/12 Bubba McGinley (Boston U.) W - Fall (0:43) 1/12 Vincent Moita (Brown) W - TF, 21-6 (5:00) 1/18 Hunter Wood (Army) W - D, 12-5 1/19 Phillip Anderson (Gardner-Webb) W - MD, 13-5 1/19 Penn Gottfried (Columbia) W - MD, 16-6 1/25 David White (Binghamton) W - D, 3-2 2/1 Paul Petrov (Bucknell) W - D, 8-3 2/8 Brendan Campbell (Navy) W - MD, 14-5 2/16 Micah Perez (North Carolina State) W - D, 11-5 2/16 Paul O’Neill (Maryland) W - D, 8-6


American University Wrestling esteban GOMEZ-RIVERA Sophomore • 133 Miami, Fla. • Belen Jesuit Preparatory School • Accounting 2013-14 Highlights • Ranks second on the team with an overall record of 20-17. • Has tallied four major decisions and two falls this season. • Finished 8-8 in dual meet competition. • Placed in three tournaments this season, finishing fourth at the Brockport/Oklahoma God, fifth at the Franklin & Marshall Open and sixth in the Keystone Classic. • Opened the year with his first career fall at the Brockport/Oklahoma Gold.

Year 2012-13 2013-14 Total

Overall 12-19 20-17 32-36

Dual 5-9 8-8 13-17

MD 4 4 8

TF Falls 0 0 0 2 0 2

2013-14 Overall: 20-17 • Dual Record: 8-8 4 MD • 0 Tech-Falls • 2 Falls Date

Opponent

Result

11/9 Brockport/Oklahoma Gold - 4th Place Kevin O’Hagen (Brockport) W - Fall (2:12) Justin Farmer (Buffalo) W - D, 2-1 #5 Cody Brewer (Oklahoma) L - TF, 16-1 Spencer Slishman (American) W - MD, 11-2 Logan Everett (Army) L - D, 6-4 11/17 Erik Spjut (Virginia Tech) W - D, 2-1 (TB-1) 11/21 #2 Tyler Graff (Wisconsin) L - TF, 22-7 (7:00) 11/24 Keystone Classic - 6th Place Coltin Fought (Arizona State) W - D, 2-1 #13 Nick Wilcox (Bloomsburg) L - D, 1-0 Spencer Slishman (American) W - D, 6-2 McKendry Bade (Pennsylvania) W - D, 11-7 Chuck Zeisloft (Rider) L - D, 8-6 Dane Harlowe (Boston U.) L - D, 3-0 12/6-7 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational Anthony Finocchiaro (Brown) L - MD, 20-10 Ty Stevenson (Boise State) W - MD, 9-1 Colton McCrystal (Nebraska) L - D, 11-6 12/19 Vince Rodriguez (George Mason) W - D, 4-3 1/4 Franklin & Marshall Open - 5th Place Franco Ferraina (Drexel) L - D, 6-2 (SV-1) Zachary Isenhour (George Mason) W - MD, 14-4 Nicholas Frank (Army) W - MD, 13-3 Dakota Beach (Navy) W - D, 7-1 Luke Palamides (Pitt-Johnstown) W - D, 3-1 Nick Tighe (Binghamton) L - Fall (3:23) Emilio Martinez (Virginia) W - D, 7-2 1/10 Vinne Dellafave (Rutgers) L -D, 7-3 1/12 Jeff Ott (Harvard) W - D, 11-4 1/12 Dane Harlowe (Boston U.) L - D, 5-1 1/12 Anthony Finocchiaro (Brown) W - D, 7-1 1/18 Logan Everett (Army) L - D, 5-4 1/19 Robbie Golde (Gardner-Webb) W - D, 7-3 1/19 Angelo Amenta (Columbia) L - D, 4-0 1/25 Mike Sardo (Binghamton) W - Fall (1:10) 2/1 Grim Gonzalez (Bucknell) L - D, 3-2 2/8 Colton Rasche (Navy) L - Fall (5:27) 2/16 Chris Wilkes (North Carolina State) W - D, 5-3 2/16 Tyler Goodwin (Maryland) W - D, 7-4 3/1 #4 Jon Morrison (Oklahoma State) L - D, 9-3


American University Wrestling tom PAGE RS Freshman • 141 Hamburg, N.Y. • Eden Central • Biochemistry 2013-14 Highlights • Owns an overall record of 8-14 on the year. • Finished 1-6 in dual meet competition. • Tallied one major decision and one tech fall this season.

Year 2013-14 Total

Overall 8-14 8-14

Dual 1-6 1-6

MD 1 1

TF Falls 1 0 1 0

2013-14 Overall: 8-14 • Dual Record: 1-6 1 MD • 1 Tech-Fall • 0 Falls Date

Opponent

Result

11/24 Keystone Classic Matt Kraus (Arizona State) L - D, 3-2 Colby Knight (Harvard) W - D, 5-3 Acton Pifer (Appalachian State) W - D, 6-4 Jake Smith (Appalachian State) L - D, 8-3 12/6-7 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational Tyson Dippery (Rutgers) L - MD, 17-8 Terrance McKinney (North Idaho) L - Fall (2:27) 12/19 Sahid Kargbo (George Mason) L - MD, 16-4 1/4 Franklin & Marshall Open Paul Curtin (Sacred Heart) W - TF, 15-0 Nick Kelley (Binghamton) L - D, 3-1 Casey Paglia (American) W - D, 8-3 Tanner Cahill (Bloomsburg) W - D, 6-4 Drew Longo (Lehigh) L - D, 7-2 1/10 Tyson Dippery (Rutgers) L - TF, 17-0 1/12 Todd Preston (Harvard) L - D, 5-0 1/12 Tyler Scotton (Boston U.) L - D, 5-2 1/12 Brown W - Forfeit 1/25 Nick Tighe (Binghamton) L - D, 11-5 2/16 Shyhiem Brown (Maryland) L - D, 7-3 3/1 National Collegiate Open George Weber (Gardner-Webb) W - MD, 13-4 Anthony Ashnault (Rutgers) L - D, 11-5 Beau Donahue (NC State) W - D, 3-1 (SV-1) Colt Cotton (Bloomsburg) L - D, 3-1


American University Wrestling cole MOSELEY RS Freshman • 149 Nashville, Tenn. • Father Ryan • Business Administration 2013-14 Highlights • Went 9-11 during the season. • Posted a dual record of 1-4. • Registered his first career fall at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational. • Also recorded one major decision on the year at the Franklin & Marshall Open. • Placed third at the Franklin & Marshall Open, opening the tournament with wins in each of his first four matches.

Year 2013-14 Total

Overall 9-11 9-11

Dual 1-4 1-4

MD 1 1

TF Falls 0 1 0 1

2013-14 Overall: 9-11 • Dual Record: 1-4 1 MD • 0 Tech-Falls • 1 Fall Date

Opponent

Result

11/9 Brockport/Oklahoma Gold Ryan Bilyeu (Army) W - Inj. Default Jordan Dyer (Brockport) L - D, 5-3 Mark Cirello (American) L - D, 6-5 11/21 TJ Ruschell (Wisconsin) L - D, 9-2 11/24 Keystone Classic Preston McCalmon (Arizona State) L - D, 1-0 Nick Tourville (Boston U.) L - Fall (4:03) 12/6-7 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational #6 Jake Sueflohn (Nebraska) L - MD, 13-5 Paul Miller (California Baptist) W - Fall (1:10) Alex Johnson (Navy) L - MD, 11-1 12/19 James Hunsberger (George Mason) W - D, 4-3 1/4 Franklin & Marshall Open - 3rd Place Steven Galiardo (Brown) W - D, 7-5 (TB-1) Josh Durham (Oklahoma) W - MD, 11-1 Michael Underwood (Rutgers) W - D, 7-2 Daniel Sanchez (Maryland) W - D, 3-1 (SV-1) Austin Eads (Old Dominion) L - Fall (2:00) Colin Landowski (Pittsburgh) W - D, 11-5 Patrick Hogan W - D, 5-2 1/19 Ryan Ponte (Columbia) L - D, 6-2 2/8 Alex Johnson (Navy) L - D, 7-3 3/1 #9 Josh Kindig (Oklahoma State) L - Fall (3:25)


American University Wrestling john BOYLE Sophomore • 157 Rutherford, N.J. • Rutherford • Accounting 2013-14 Highlights • Recorded his first career 20-win season, going 20-17 on the year. • Finished his dual slate with a 7-9 overall record. • Registered four major decisions, one tech fall and one fall this season. • Opened the year with a four place finish at the Brockport/Oklahoma Gold. • Placed fourth at the Franklin & Marshall Open, beginning his tournament run with four straight wins.

Year 2012-13 2013-14 Total

Overall 12-20 20-17 32-37

Dual 3-10 7-9 10-19

MD 1 4 5

TF Falls 0 1 1 1 1 2

2013-14 Overall: 20-17 • Dual Record: 7-9 4 MD • 1 Tech-Fall • 1 Fall Date

Opponent

Result

11/9 Brockport/Oklahoma Gold - 4th Place Derek Geiges (Oklahoma) L - D, 5-3 Mark Granahan (Bloomsburg) W - D, 8-2 Muhammed McBride (Buffalo) W - D, 9-3 Tim Hamilton (Oklahoma) W - D, 8-4 John Northrup (Buffalo) W - D, 3-0 Kevin Hartnett (Bloomsburg) L - D, 6-5 11/17 Sal Mastriani (Virginia Tech) L - D, 10-8 11/21 #6 Isaac Jordan (Wisconsin) L - D, 7-4 11/24 Keystone Classic Robert Coukos (Northwestern) W - TF, 16-1 (5:23) Jordan Michelson (Pennsylvania) W - MD, 15-3 #11 Nestor Taffur (Boston U.) L - D, 9-3 Kevin Hartnett (Bloomsburg) L - D, 4-3 12/6-7 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational #9 Max Schneider (Cal Poly) L - D, 9-3 Doug Welch (Purdue) W - D, 6-5 Holden Packard (Boise State) W - D, 3-2 Thomas Gantt (North Carolina State) L - D, 4-0 12/19 Gregory Flournoy (George Mason) L - D, 8-3 1/4 Franklin & Marshall Open - 4th Place Matt Hammerstone (Bloomsburg) W - MD, 13-4 Andrew Murano (Franklin & Marshall) W - D, 5-3 Raymond Schlitt (Bucknell) W - D, 3-2 Matt Martoccio (Kutztown) W - D, 5-3 #5 Dylan Alton (Penn State) L - D, 4-0 Derek Geiges (Oklahoma) W - D, 3-2 Kevin Moylan (Princeton) L - D, 9-6 1/10 Anthony Perrotti (Rutgers) L - D, 6-1 1/12 Tyler Grimaldi (Harvard) W - D, 11-5 1/12 #10 Nestor Taffur (Boston U.) L - D, 7-3 1/12 Justin Staudenmayer (Brown) W - D, 4-2 1/18 Paul Hancock (Army) L - MD, 12-4 1/19 Alex Bennett (Gardner-Webb) W - MD, 12-4 1/19 Markus Scheidel (Columbia) L - D, 11-4 1/25 Colton Perry (Binghamton) W - MD, 12-4 2/1 Ray Schlitt (Bucknell) W - D, 8-3 2/8 Robert Burg (Navy) L - D, 4-3 2/16 Tommy Gantt (North Carolina State) L - D, 4-2 2/16 Danny Orem (Maryland) W - D, 5-3 3/1 Colton Thomas (Oklahoma State) W - Fall (3:13)


American University Wrestling cristian MASAYA Sophomore • 165 Brooklyn, N.Y. • Brooklyn Technical • CLEG 2013-14 Highlights • Finished 1-18 on the year. • Went 0-12 in dual meet competition. • Registered his first win of the season against Messiah at the Franklin & Marshall Open.

Year 2012-13 2013-14 Total

Overall 2-10 1-18 3-28

Dual 0-0 0-12 0-12

MD 0 0 0

TF Falls 0 0 0 0 0 0

2013-14 Overall: 1-18 • Dual Record: 0-12 0 MD • 0 Tech-Falls • 0 Falls Date

Opponent

Result

11/9 Brockport/Oklahoma Gold Tim Hamilton (Oklahoma) L - TF, 16-1 Javier Rodriguez (Army) L - D, 6-2 11/24 Keystone Classic Dylan Marriott (Northwestern) L - D, 3-2 Cole Sheptock (Pittsburgh) L - TF, 16-0 (4:58) 1/4 Franklin & Marshall Open George Baker (York) L - D, 1-0 Ben Wise (Messiah) W - D, 3-0 Austin Rose (Drexel) L - TF, 15-0 1/10 Nick Visicaro (Rutgers) L - TF, 16-0 1/12 Paul Ligouri (Harvard) L - Fall (2:29) 1/12 Mitchell Wightman (Boston U.) L - MD, 9-0 1/12 Philip Marano (Brown) L - MD, 11-1 1/18 Chandler Smith (Army) L - MD, 12-4 1/19 Austin Trott (Gardner-Webb) L - TF, 18-2 (4:30) 1/19 #17 Josh Houldsworth (Columbia) L - MD, 19-6 1/25 Vincent Grella (Binghamton) L - D, 4-0 2/1 Rustin Barrick (Bucknell) L - Inj. Default (6:25) 2/16 Nijel Jones (North Carolina State) L - MD, 15-3 2/16 Josh Snook (Maryland) L - D, 6-0 3/1 #5 Tyler Caldwell (Oklahoma State) L - Fall (1:54)


American University Wrestling keithen CAST Senior • 174 Broken Arrow, Okla. • Broken Arrow • Biology 2013-14 Highlights • Owns an overall mark of 15-17 on the year. • Finished 6-10 in duals. • Tallied a career-high five major decisions this season, good for 13th all-time in single season program history. • Ranks fifth all-time at American with nine career major decisions. • Registered three falls on the year and is 15th alltime with seven career falls. • Has also tallied one tech fall this season. • Opened the year with a fifth place finish at the Brockport/Oklahoma Gold, recording his fastest fall of the year at the tournament (3:13). • Also finished second at the Franklin & Marshall Open, posting back-to-back falls to kick off his tournament run.

Year 2012-13 2013-14 Total

Overall 17-18 15-17 32-35

Dual 6-8 6-10 12-18

MD 4 5 9

TF Falls 1 4 1 3 2 7

2013-14 Overall: 15-17 • Dual Record: 6-10 5 MD • 1 Tech-Fall • 3 Falls Date

Opponent

Result

11/9 Brockport/Oklahoma Gold - 5th Place Brian Harvey (Army) L - D, 7-5 Roy Daniels (Brockport) W - Fall (3:13) Alex Smith (Army) W - Forfeit Mike Dessino (Bloomsburg) L - D, 6-4 (OT) Jared Lux (Buffalo) W - D, 6-1 11/17 Austin Gabel (Virginia Tech) L - D, 10-3 11/21 Scott Liegel (Wisconsin) L - D, 12-7 11/24 Keystone Classic Mike Dessino (Bloomsburg) L - Forfeit Bradley Wukie (Pennsylvania) L - Forfeit 12/6-7 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational Konner Witt (Air Force) W - D, 11-6 #11 Stephen Doty (Virginia) L - Fall (2:24) Benjamin Ralston (Michigan) W - MD, 13-5 Kevin Radford (Arizona State) L - MD, 11-2 12/19 Zachary Martinez (George Mason) W - MD, 11-2 1/4 Franklin & Marshall Open - 2nd Place Coleman Delude (Drexel) W - Fall (5:34) Jeremy Bailes (Messiah) W - Fall (4:01) Blaze Buckwalter (Lock Haven) W - MD, 11-0 Tyler Askey (Virginia) W - D, 8-5 Ryan Callahan (Princeton) L - MD, 11-2 1/10 Phil Bakuckas (Rutgers) L - TF, 17-0 1/12 Ian Roy (Harvard) W - D, 4-1 1/12 Eric Des Lauriers (Boston U.) W - MD, 15-5 1/12 Ricky McDonald (Brown) L - D, 3-1 (SV-1) 1/18 Brian Harvey (Army) L - D, 4-0 1/19 Aaron Rabin (Gardner-Webb) W - MD, 14-3 1/19 #20 Shane Hughes (Columbia) L - MD, 8-0 1/25 Ben Price (Binghamton) W - TF, 19-2 (5:14) 2/1 Joey Krulock (Bucknell) W - D, 9-2 2/8 #16 Matthew Miller (Navy) L - Fall (1:48) 2/16 #18 Pete Renda (North Carolina State) L - TF, 17-2 2/16 Matthew Snook (Maryland) L - MD, 5-2 3/1 #2 Chris Perry (Oklahoma State) L - Fall (4:36)


American University Wrestling jason GRIMES Freshman • 184 Atlanta, Ga. • Holy Innocent’s Episcopal • Business Administration 2013-14 Highlights • Opened his career at American with an overall record of 13-20. • Finished with a 4-12 record in dual meet competition. • Registered his first career fall in a dual against Bucknell, pinning Rory Bonner in 1:42. • Tallied his first career major decision against Bucknell’s Rory Bonner at the Franklin & Marshall Open. • Recorded three straight wins at the Bearcat Open and Franklin & Marshall Open.

Year 2013-14 Total

Overall 13-20 13-20

Dual 4-12 4-12

MD 1 1

TF Falls 0 1 0 1

2013-14 Overall: 13-20 • Dual Record: 4-12 1 MD • 0 Tech-Falls • 1 Fall Date

Opponent

Result

11/10 Bearcat Open Jagger Rebozo (Cortland) W - D, 8-2 #17 Fred Garcia (Lock Haven) L - D, 5-4 Xavier Dye (Cleveland State) W - D, 3-2 Joe Rimel (Lock Haven) W - D, 1-0 Troy Murtha (Princeton) W - D, 3-0 Nick Bellanza (Cortland) L - D, 5-1 11/17 Nick Vetterlein (Virginia Tech) L - D, 8-4 11/21 #11 Jackson Hein (Wisconsin) L - D, 11-5 11/24 Keystone Classic Kaleb Forrest (Appalachian State) W - D, 5-0 Clint Morrison (Rider) L - MD, 11-2 Sam Shirey (Bloomsburg) L - D, 9-3 12/6-7 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational Timothy Dudley (Nebraska) L - Fall (5:00) Daniel Chaid (Oklahoma) W - D, 7-4 Tanner Weatherman (Iowa State) L - D, 10-5 12/19 Ryan Hembury (George Mason) L - D, 3-2 1/4 Franklin & Marshall Open Jacob Taylor L - D, 6-5 Robert Hankins (New York) W - D, 7-0 Rory Bonner (Bucknell) W - MD, 11-0 James Corbett (Brown) W - D, 7-1 Troy Murtha (Princeton) L - D, 9-8 1/10 Dan Seidenberg (Rutgers) L - MD, 11-1 1/12 Cameron Croy (Harvard) L - D, 4-2 1/12 Andrew Maksimovic (Boston U.) W - D, 8-5 1/12 #13 Ophir Bernstein (Brown) L - Fall (2:13) 1/18 Ryan Tompkins (Army) L - D, 7-2 1/19 Zach Bennett (Gardner-Webb) W - D, 6-2 1/19 Zack Hernandez (Columbia) L - D, 5-1 1/25 Caleb Wallace (Binghamton) L - MD, 14-4 2/1 Rory Bonner (Bucknell) W - Fall (1:42) 2/8 James Mannier (Navy) L - MD, 8-0 2/16 Michael Macchiavello (NC State) W - D, 8-6 2/16 #1 Jimmy Sheptock (Maryland) L - MD, 12-2 3/1 Nolan Boyd (Oklahoma State) L - MD, 10-1


American University Wrestling daniel MITCHELL RS Senior • 197 Broomfield, Colo. • Legacy • Finance 2013-14 Highlights Rankings: InterMat - 11th RPI - 18th Coaches Panel - 14th • Ranks second on the team with a .760 winning percentage, owning an overall mark of 19-6. • Went 9-3 in dual meet action. • Leads the team with seven falls on the year, good for 14th at American. • Has also registered three major decisions. • Ranks 10th at American with a career record of 7934 and is sixth with 35 career dual meet victories. • Ranks fourth all-time at American with 22 career falls and sixth with 14 career major decisions. • Placed in every tournament he competed in this season, earning runner-up results at the Brockport/ Oklahoma Gold and Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational and finishing third at the Keystone Classic. • Picked up seven straight wins to open the dual season. • Recorded his career fastest fall against GardnerWebb’s Terry Henderson, pinning him in 48 seconds.

Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2013-14 Total

Overall 6-7 33-9 21-12 19-6 79-34

Dual 3-3 15-5 8-4 9-3 35-15

MD 1 6 4 3 14

TF Falls 0 2 1 7 0 6 0 7 1 22

2013-14 Overall: 19-6 • Dual Record: 9-3 3 MD • 0 Tech-Fall • 7 Falls Date

Opponent

Result

11/9 Brockport/Oklahoma Gold - 3rd Place Paul Glover (Brockport) W - Fall (3:25) #10 Rich Perry (Bloomsburg) L - D, 3-2 Angelo Malvestudo (Buffalo) W - D, 5-1 Bryce Barnes (Army) W - D, 7-2 11/17 Chris Penny (Virginia Tech) W - Fall (6:34) 11/21 Timmy McCall (Wisconsin) W - Forfeit 11/24 Keystone Classic - 2nd Place Garret Goldman (Indiana) W - D, 6-1 James Fox (Harvard) W - Fall (4:31) Francis Mattiace (Pennsylvania) W - D, 5-2 #10 Rich Perry (Bloomsburg) L - D, 6-3 12/6-7 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational - 2nd Place Riley Argyle (Colorado State) W - Fall (6:58) Zach Nye (Virginia) W - D, 7-1 Paul Rands (Navy) W - MD, 10-2 #2 Taylor Meeks (Oregon State) W - D, 4-2 #5 Travis Rutt (Oklahoma) L - D, 6-4 12/19 Matt Meadows (George Mason) W - Fall (2:56) 1/10 Hayden Hrymack (Rutgers) W - D, 6-3 1/12 James Fox (Harvard) W - MD, 10-2 1/12 Kristian Meyer (Boston U.) W - Fall (3:26) 1/12 Augustus Marker (Brown) W - MD, 15-5 1/18 Bryce Barnes (Army) L - D, 2-1 1/19 Terry Henderson (Gardner-Webb) W - Fall (0:48) 1/19 Matt Idelson (Columbia) W - D, 5-4 1/25 Cody Reed (Binghamton) L - D, 3-1 2/1 Tyler Lyster (Bucknell) L - Inj. Default (4:28)


American University Wrestling blake HERRIN RS Senior • HWT Huntsville, Ala. • Huntsville • Health Promotion 2013-14 Highlights Rankings: RPI - 22nd Coaches Panel - 25th • Finished the season with an overall record of 1612. • Posted a record of 8-8 in dual meet competition. • Recorded five major decisions on the year, good for 13th in single season history at American. • Ranks 14th at American with 24 career dual meet victories. • Ranks 13th at American with 10 career major decisions. • Won his second straight title at the Brockport/ Oklahoma Gold to open the year. • Registered six straight victories from Jan. 12 to Jan. 19.

Year 2009-10 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total

Overall 11-8 17-11 27-10 16-12 71-41

Dual 3-4 1-1 12-2 8-8 24-15

MD 0 2 3 5 10

TF Falls 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2

2013-14 Overall: 16-12 • Dual Record: 8-8 5 MD • 0 Tech-Falls • 0 Falls Date

Opponent

Result

11/9 Brockport/Oklahoma Gold - 1st Place Zach Merrill (Oklahoma) W - D, 7-4 James Benjamin (Buffalo) W - D, 11-4 Ross Larson (Oklahoma) W - D, 4-3 11/17 Ty Walz (Virginia Tech) L - D, 6-5 11/21 #6 Connor Medbery (Wisconsin) L - D, 5-1 12/6-7 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational Marcus Malecek (Air Force) W - D, 8-1 Ryder Cavey (Brown) W - MD, 10-1 Adam Fager (Utah Valley) L - D, 3-2 #18 William Smith (Rutgers) L - D, 5-4 12/19 Jacob Kettler (George Mason) W - D, 6-3 1/1-2 Southern Scuffle Amon Willis (Cleveland State) W - MD, 11-2 Henry Chirino (Northern Colorado) W - D, 3-2 J.J. Everard (South Dakota State) W - D, 6-3 #1 Tony Nelson (Minnesota) L - D, 4-0 Michael Kroells (Minnesota) L - D, 7-4 1/10 #19 Billy Smith (Rutgers) L - D, 3-1 1/12 Nick Gajdzik (Harvard) W - D, 5-2 1/12 Kevin Innis (Boston U.) W - D, 6-1 1/12 Brown W - Forfeit 1/18 Stephen Snyder (Army) W - MD, 11-1 1/19 Justin Kozera (Gardner-Webb) W - MD, 16-6 1/19 Wyatt Baker (Columbia) W - D, 10-3 1/25 Tyler Deuel (Binghamton) L - Fall (2:24) 2/1 Joe Stolfi (Bucknell) L - D, 5-0 2/8 Colynn Cook (Navy) W - MD, 13-5 2/16 #6 Nick Gwiazdowski (NC State) L - D, 7-4 2/16 Carl Buchholz (Maryland) L - D, 5-1 3/1 #15 Austin Marsden (Oklahoma State) L - D, 4-3


2014 American University Wrestling EIWA Notes