Mitch Hutmacher Keeps Climbing At Purdue

As found on Purdue University’s website, below is Mitch Hutmacher’s bio. Learn about this wrestler’s career:

2022-23 / AS A JUNIOR
• Went 10-11 at 184 pounds, with all of his wins coming in tournament action.
• Had the most points scored in a single match with a 24-9 win over Wabash’s Teo Palubinskas.
• Took third at the Greyhound Open, going 5-1 on the weekend.
• Racked up a career high 24 points in a 24-9 (7:00) tech of Wabash’s Teo Palubinskas.
• Competed in the Clarion Open, Cleveland State Open, Southern Scuffle and Purple Raider Open.
• Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors for the second straight season.

2021-22 / AS A SOPHOMORE
• Posted a 9-11 mark competing at 184 and 197 pounds.
• Finished with two falls and a technical fall for the year.
• Went 2-2 at the Michigan State Open at 184 pounds, taking sixth place.
• Competed in an extra match at the Boilermaker Duals, facing Duke’s Luke Chakonis at 197 pounds.
• Was 1-2 at the Jim Koch Wisconsin Open, notching his second fall of the season.
• Finished 1-2 at the Cleveland State Open
• Took sixth place at the Mount Union Purple Raider Open, finishing 3-2 with a pair of DI wins.
• Posted a 2-2 record at the Indianapolis Greyhound Open.
• Finished 2-0 in sudden victory on the season.
• Academic All-Big Ten

2020-21 / AS A FRESHMAN#
• Stats
• Went 0-3 in his rookie campaign, competing at 184 and 197 pounds
• Appeared in extra matches against Wisconsin, Rutgers and Ohio State, weighing in at 197 against the Scarlet Knights

• Four-year varsity letterwinner at Glenwood High School, posting a career record of 148-31, good for Glenwood’s all-time wins record
• Four-time Illinois High School 2A state championship qualifier, and two-time state placewinner
• Took second at the 2019 state championships at 195 pounds, posting a 42-1 overall record
• Finished sixth at the 2020 state championships, overcoming a late-season injury to qualify for the tournament and earn a spot on the podium
• Was undefeated his senior year before the sectional injury
• Placed fourth at the 2019 IHSA Freestyle State Championships
• Varsity football letterwinner at Glenwood as well, playing fullback and defensive line

• 2019-20 (195): 38-4 (.905)
• 2018-19 (195): 42-1 (.977)
• 2017-18 (170): 34-12 (.739)
• 2016-17 (160): 34-14 (.708)
• TOTAL: 148-31 (.827)

• Full Name: Mitchell Hutmacher
• Major: Undecided
• Birthday: Dec. 5, 2001
• City Born: Springfield, Illinois
• Parents: Scott & Katrina Hutmacher
• Siblings: Sister, Taylor

Campbell University’s Anthony Molton Continues Rising

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As found on Campbell University’s website, below Anthony Molton’s bio. Learn about this wrestler’s career:

2022-23: Wrestled at 125 pounds, securing a record of 13-9 … Went 5-2 against SoCon opponents … Notched two major decisions, one technical fall and 1 fall victory on the year … Defeated the No. 8 ranked Matt Ramos of Purdue by a 6-4 sudden victory decision to help the Camels defeat the Boilermakers … Defeated Logan Ashton of Chattanooga at the SoCon Championships.  

2021-22: Registered an 8-5 record on the season, including a 3-1 mark in duals, defeating Presbyterian’s Jacob Brasseur with a 17-2 tech fall (3:18) in his only SoCon appearance…Totaled four bonus point wins…Helped Campbell defeat No. 16 Lehigh with a 3-2 decision over Sheldon Seymour…Topped North Carolina’s Spencer Moore 6-3…Placed fifth at 125 pounds in the Wolfpack Open…

Prior to Campbell: Competed at Fresno State during the 2021 season…Went 1-8 at 125 pounds, seeing time in five duals…Earned a fall in 5:30 over McGwire Midkiff (North Dakota State) in dual action…Prior to Fresno State, earned 16 wins, including three falls, while competing unattached at Old Dominion, receiving a redshirt for the 2019-20 season…

Prep/Personal: A 2018 Illinois state champion for the Lockport Porters, and a three-time state placer, including a third place finish as a senior in 2019…A 2019 Fargo champion…Coached by Josh Oster…Full name is Anthony K. J. Molton…Born October 10, 2000…Son of Charles and Anna Molton…Has three older siblings, Ebony, Jasmine and Diamond…Majoring in homeland security…


As found on the University of Michigan’s website, below is head coach Sean Bormet’s bio. Read about this coach’s career:

“Sean Bormet is in his third season as head coach of the University of Michigan wrestling program in 2020-2021. He was named the 10th head coach in the history of the Michigan wrestling program on March 27, 2018, after spending seven years as the Wolverines’ top assistant, including four as associate head coach.

In Bormet’s first season at the helm, the Wolverines posted a 13-1 dual-meet record, including an 8-1 mark in Big Ten duals, to rank fourth in the final NWCA Coaches poll and claimed fifth place at the NCAA Championships behind All-Americans Stevan Micic (133 pounds), Alec Pantaleo (157) and Myles Amine (174). He was named the 2018-19 Amateur Wrestling News Rookie Coach of the Year.

Since returning to his alma mater, Bormet has helped mentor 18 different Wolverine All-Americans, with Michigan earning 23 All-America citations — from 14 different wrestlers — over the last six seasons. He was in Kellen Russell’s corner when Russell captured his second NCAA title and fourth Big Ten title to finish a stellar collegiate career in 2012. The Wolverines have earned top-10 team finishes at each of the last four NCAA Championships, including a fourth-place finish in 2018 and a fifth-place showing in 2019.

A skilled recruiter, Bormet has contributed to six top-10 recruiting classes, including the nation’s consensus No. 1 class in 2013, and will bring another heralded class to Ann Arbor next fall.

Bormet is a three-time winner of the Terry McCann Award as the USA Wrestling Freestyle Coach of the Year (2006, ’08, ’10) and serves on USA Wrestling’s Executive Coaches Council. He was a member of the coaching staff for three U.S. World Championship Teams (2006, ’09, ’10) as well as the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Teams and 2010 World Cup Team. Among his most decorated post-collegiate wrestlers are 2008 Olympian Andy Hrovat (84 kg), 2009 World silver medalist and 2012 Olympian Jake Herbert (84kg) and 2006 World bronze medalist Donny Pritzlaff (74kg).

Bormet was also named the 2004 USA Wrestling Developmental Coach of the Year for his coaching achievements with age-group wrestlers and programs. He coached the Illinois Junior Freestyle Team to four dual national titles (2006, ’07, ’08, ’10) and two national freestyle titles (2007, ’10). He has coached numerous age-group national champions and All-Americans as a coach for the Illinois Junior and Cadet freestyle national teams.

As the owner and founder of the Overtime School of Wrestling in Naperville, Ill., Bormet molded the training center into the nation’s premiere wrestling club, producing numerous champions and All-Americans at all age levels since its opening in 2001. Alumni of the Overtime School of Wrestling include World medalists, Olympic and World team members, NCAA champions and All-Americans, USA Wrestling Junior and Cadet national champions and more than 150 Illinois and Indiana state champions.

Prior to founding the Overtime School of Wrestling, Bormet served as an assistant coach at Wisconsin (1995-99) and Michigan (1999-2000). He worked with two-time NCAA champion Donny Pritzlaff and three-time All-American Eric Jetton during his tenure at Wisconsin and All-Americans Otto Olson, Damion Logan and Andy Hrovat while at Michigan.

As a Wolverine student-athlete (1991-94), Bormet was a two-time NCAA All-American at 158 pounds, placing second as a senior (1994) and third as a junior (1993). He garnered the prestigious Gorriaran Award at the 1993 event, registering three falls in a combined 8:58. He captured back-to-back Big Ten 158-pound titles (1993, ’94) and won the prestigious Midlands at 158 pounds in 1993.

Bormet posted a 125-21 career record, including a 33-2 mark as a senior, to rank 13th among Michigan’s all-time winningest wrestlers. He accumulated 44 career falls, leading the team with 15 during his junior season and 14 as a senior, to list fourth on the program’s all-time pins list. A two-time team captain, Bormet was twice named the Wolverines’ Cliff Keen Award winner as the team’s most outstanding wrestler.

In addition to his collegiate success, Bormet also excelled in freestyle wrestling, placing second at 76kg at the 1999 U.S. Senior National and third at 74kg in 1996. He took third place at the 1996 Olympic Team Trials and 1999 World Team Trials. While at Michigan, Bormet competed in the 1991 Espoir World Championships after claiming the Espoir national championship at 74kg. He participated in several international tours, claiming gold medals in Italy (1993), Greece (1996), Montreal (1997) and Poland (1998, 2000).

A native of Frankfort, Ill., Bormet graduated from Michigan in 1994 with a degree in sport management. He and his wife, Teri, have a daughter, Zoe, and live in Ann Arbor.”




As found on Cleveland State’s website, below is Head Coach Josh Moore’s bio. Learn about this coach’s career:

Josh Moore is entering his sixth year as the head coach and ninth overall with the Cleveland State wrestling program.

During his five seasons as the head coach, Moore has had seven wrestlers qualify for the NCAA Championships. He has also coached 26 MAC placers, including one MAC Champion in 2022, Ben Smith at 197-pounds.

In the 2022-23 season, the Vikings placed seventh at the MAC Championships, finishing with a program-best seven placers. Cleveland State claimed seven dual victories on the year, with six of those coming against MAC schools. The Green and White went 5-2 at home.

In the classroom, Cleveland State turned in the second-best GPA of all Division 1 teams for the NWCA Scholar All-America award with a 3.54. This finish marks the best in program history. The Vikings also had three Scholar All-Americans and a MAC-best 13 All-Academic honors.

Moore coached the first-ever MAC Champion in program history, Ben Smith (197-Pounds) during the 2021-22 season. For the second straight year, the Vikings had three NCAA qualifiers: Marcus Robinson (149-Pounds), Riley Smucker (165-Pounds), and Ben Smith (197-Pounds).

At the MAC Championships, the Vikings had six placers while finishing sixth as a team. On the year, the Green and White went 8-9 in dual matches.

Off the mat, Cleveland State came in third for the second straight year in the NWCA Top-30 Scholar All-American team standings with a program-best 3.55 GPA. In addition, nine guys were named to the MAC All-Academic Team for the second consecutive year.

In the 2020-21 shortened season, Moore coached three Vikings to the NCAA Championships: Marcus Robinson (149-Pounds), DeAndre Nassar (184-Pounds), and Ben Smith (197-Pounds). At the MAC Championships, Cleveland State finished sixth overall with six placers.

In the classroom, nine members of the team were named to the MAC All-Academic Team and were one of four teams with at least nine representatives. In addition, the Vikings came in third in the NWCA annual Top-30 Scholar All-American team standings after posting a 3.5331 team GPA at the time of nomination.

The 2019-20 season was the first in the MAC and saw the Vikings finish seventh at the Championships despite being picked last in the preseason poll. The finish was also the highest of any MAC school in the state of Ohio. At the conclusion, the Green and White had seven placers, five of whom outpaced their seeds.

Northern Ohio native, Evan Cheek finished as the runner-up at 141-pounds, qualifying him for the NCAA Championships. Cheek earned the No. 16 seed but didn’t compete as the Championships were canceled due to COVID-19. Despite the outcome, Cheek was named an Honorable Mention All-American by the NWCA.

Cleveland State won its first four duals of the year, finishing 9-6 overall and 5-5 in MAC matches. The Vikings were named an NWCA Scholar All-American Team and were in the top half of the league in team GPA.

Moore’s first season as the head coach was during the 2018-19 season, which saw the Vikings redshirt three returning starters, including preseason conference favorite, Evan Cheek, as the coaching staff looked to build for the future. Under his guidance, freshmen, Ben Smith, and Brady Barnett finished with 18 and 17 wins, respectively.

Prior to his first EWL Championships at the helm, Cleveland State agreed to join the MAC beginning in the 2019-20 season. In their final championship, the Green and White placed seventh, with Sam Matzek finishing fourth at 141-pounds.

Off the mat, the Vikings led the league with a 3.23 GPA and ranked in the top 20 nationally in the NWCA rankings. The GPA was the second-highest figure in the database.

Prior to being named the head coach on May 1, 2018, Moore served as the top assistant for three seasons. In that time, he assisted in Evan Cheek being named the 2018 Outstanding Wrestler of the WEL Championships after winning the 141-pound championship and earning a spot in the NCAA Championships.

During the 2016–17 season, Nick Corba won two matches with bonus points at the 2017 NCAA Championships, becoming the first Viking to achieve that feat in over 20 years.

A pair of Vikings, Riley Shaw, and Sam Wheeler, reached the Round of 16 at the 2016 NCAA Championships, both reaching 30 wins on the season.

Before arriving at Cleveland State, Moore spent 11 seasons as an assistant coach at Kent State. Moore also served as the recruiting coordinator for Kent State and garnered multiple top-20 ranked classes, recruiting heavily from Ohio and Pennsylvania, as his efforts in the role raised the Golden Flashes’ stature in Division I ranks.

In his time, the Golden Flashes had nine All-Americans, the programs first National Champions, and 54 national qualifiers.  Kent State also finished in the top 25 in dual meets nationally eight times.

He also helped Kent State to a 42-18-1 mark in MAC duals, including undefeated conference marks in both the 2008-09 and 2011-12 seasons.

The teams won 19 MAC titles, four MAC Wrestler of the Year awards, and four MAC Freshman of the Year honors. Kent State had at least one All-American in each of Moore’s final seven seasons. When Dustin Kilgore won the national championship in 2011, he was not only the first champion in program history, but it was also the first by any MAC grappler in over a decade.

Moore was a two-time NCAA All-American, finishing as a national runner-up in 2004 and a third-place finisher in 2003. He is the Penn State record holder for all-time matches wrestled (184), single-season pins (24), and senior wins (44) and is tied for the top spot in career pins (53). Moore, a two-time National Wrestling Coaches Association All-Academic First Team honoree, is third in career wins at Penn State with 146.

Moore’s twin brother, Scott, is the current head wrestling coach at fellow MAC member Lock Haven University and was also an All-American at Penn State (2003) and the University of Virginia (2004).

Moore and his wife, Shianne, reside in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, with their three sons, Joshua (15), Jacob (13), and Jason (12), and their two dogs; a yellow lab (Nittany) and a black lab (Barkley).

A native of Franklin, Pa., Moore graduated from Penn State in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts in crime, law & justice. Moore earned a Master of Arts degree in sports management from Kent State in 2009.

Nationally Ranked New Jersey Wrestlers Shine as Rock Stars

New Jersey is certainly one of the two toughest wrestling states in the country. One can argue it’s Pennsylvania, one can argue it’s New Jersey. With only one state champion per weight class, it’s very difficult to make it to the podium in New Jersey, just like California, which is one of the only other two states to honor just one state champion.

Currently, New Jersey has an overflow of wrestlers who are ranked nationally in their weight classes. Below is a list of most of these wrestlers (only those who can participate in the state series). These are their rankings as set out on Rokfin:

Ryan Burton (St. Joseph (Mont.) 175 pound junior) – Ranked 2. Has a season record of 29 – 1.

Anthony Knox (St. John Vianney 120 pound junior) – Ranked 3. Has a season record of 23 – 0.

Adrian DeJesus (St. Joseph (Mont.) 132 pound junior) – Ranked 3. Has a season record of 14 – 0.

Paul Kenny (Christian Brothers 113 pound freshman) – Ranked 4. Has a season record of 27 – 2.

Dan Jones (Delbarton 120 pound senior) – Ranked 4. Has a season record of 12 – 2.

Cameron Sontz (Delbarton 106 pound freshman) – Ranked 4. Has a season record of 31 – 4.

Jayden James (Delbarton 138 pound sophomore) – Ranked 4. Has a season record of 30 – 0.

Harvey Ludington (Brick Memorial 190 pound junior) – Ranked 5. Has a season record of 30 – 0.

August Hibler (Leonia/Palisades Park 144 pound senior) – Ranked 6. Has a season record of 18 – 2.

Lou Cerchio (Delbarton 175 pound senior) – Ranked 7. Has a season record of 29 – 4.

Matt Henrich (Southern 157 pound senior) – Ranked 8. Has a season record of 33 – 3.

Alessio Perentin (Delbarton 165 pound junior) – Ranked 8. Has a season record of 31 – 2.

Jordan Chapman (Cranford 165 pound junior) – Ranked 9. Has a season record of 36 – 1.

Anthony Harris (St. Peter’s Prep 215 pound junior) – Ranked 9. Has a season record of 2 – 0.

Killian Colluccio (Christian Brothers 106 pound freshman) – Ranked 10. Has a season record of 26 – 2.

Caedyn Ricciardi (St. Peter’s Prep 138 pound junior) – Ranked 14. Has a season record of 15 – 1.

Rocco Dellagatta (St. Joseph (Mont.) 285 pound junior) – Ranked 16. Has a season record of 27 – 4.

Ryan Ford (Bergen Catholic 157 pound senior) – Ranked 17. Has a season record of 27 – 2.

Alessandro Nini (Christian Brothers 144 pound senior) – Ranked 18. Has a season record of 25 – 2.

Hudson Skove (Rumson-Fair Haven 215 pound senior) – Ranked 19. Has a season record of 33 – 0.

Zach Ballante (St. Joseph (Mont.) 150 pound junior) – Ranked 19. Has a season record of 23 – 7.

Sammy Spaulding (Camden Catholic 126 pound senior) – Ranked 20. Has a season record of 33 – 2.

University of Pittsburg’s Colton Camacho on His Way to More Successes

As found on University of Pittsburg’s website, below is Colton Camacho’s bio. Learn about this wrestler’s career:

2022-23 (125): Regained his spot as Pitt’s 125-pound starter and went 18-9 on the season … posted a 9-5 record in duals, including a 3-2 mark in ACC matches, helping Pitt claim a share of the ACC regular season title … placed third at the ACC Championship, defeating North Carolina’s Jack Wagner in the medal bout … just missed earning an at-large bid to the NCAA Championships … also took third at the Clarion Open … went 14-1 in bonus-point bouts, with seven major decisions, three technical falls and four pins … pinned Virginia Tech’s Cooper Flynn in 44 seconds to spark Pitt’s upset win against the No. 7 Hokies … also posted pins in Pitt’s dual wins against Illinois, Brown and Duke.

2021-22 (125): Posted an 11-5 record as Pitt’s top reserve at 125 pounds … went 1-1 in dual bouts, beating Buffalo’s Tristan Daughtery to help Pitt win … narrowly lost in the Clarion Open final after a dominant run through his bracket … also won four matches at the Cleveland State Open to place third … posted a 2-2 mark at the Illinois MatMen Open.

2020-21 (125): Served as Pitt’s starter at 125 pounds as a redshirt freshman … finished with a 5-6 mark but went 3-2 in ACC duals … beat Duke’s Logan Agin, Virginia’s Patrick McCormick and North Carolina’s Wil Guida in conference action … competed at his first ACC Championships

2019-20 (125): Posted a 13-5 record while wrestling unattached … claimed the open title at Mat Town II … scored a fall in 0:52 against Matt Maloney of Lock Haven in the championship match … placed third at the Mat-Town Open … added a fourth place finish at the Michigan State Open.

HIGH SCHOOL:  Two-time PIAA qualifier … Earned a runner-up finish at 132 as a junior … Placed third at the PowerAde Wrestling Tournament … Three-time placer at PowerAde … Wrestles for the prestigious Young Guns Wrestling Club under the guidance of Jody and John Strittmatter … Placed third at NHSCA Junior Nationals and seventh at FloNationals.

PERSONAL: Born Jan. 22, 2001 … son of Chris and Carol Camacho … Communications major.

By the Numbers
2022-23 (Pitt): 18-9 – 3rd at ACC
2021-22 (Pitt): 11-5
2020-21 (Pitt): 5-6 – 0-2 at ACC
2019-20 (Unattached): 13-5
Career Record: 47-25
Career Record for Pitt: 28-17


St. Mary, a small Catholic high school in Rutherford, New Jersey (arguably the toughest wrestling state in the country) – who just reinitiated their wrestling program last year after an over-a-decade hiatus – is in the process of re-building its program. The team, which was a 4-time state champion program, seems to be on the fast track in its re-building under the leadership of head coach Rickey Redd, who had impressive college wrestling successes at Centenary University.

In its first year back, the 2022-2023 season, it was a difficult campaign, with St. Mary having a 1 – 16 dual team record. The lone notable accomplishment was netted by the team’s 144-pounder, Anthony Moreno, who was named the North Jersey Wrestler of the Week by one of New Jersey’s leading newspapers, The Record (part of after he won a District Title. In an article about this honor, the publication wrote:

“Moreno became the Gaels’ first district champion since their varsity return with a successful run as the 4th seed at 144. He completed it in dramatic fashion by outlasting Phillipsburg’s Patrick Day, 7-6, in sudden victory.”

Building on this, the 2023-2024 Gaels’ season has seen noticeable growth. This upward movement, which yielded 7 dual team victories (and a few near-miss wins) is rooted in an almost full lineup (only a hole at 150 lbs), with three standout wrestlers at its core: freshmen Mario Del Vecchio (126 lbs) and Christian Stocker (106 lbs) have joined Moreno. Collectively, the trio have pounded out nearly 110 victories already this season. Here’s a breakdown on this powerful trio:


In the 2023-2024 season, the following records have been accumulated:

Mario Del Vecchio: 39 – 7

Anthony Moreno: 39 – 8

Christian Stocker: 30 – 9


In January, (which includes The Star-Ledger, New Jersey’s largest circulated newspaper), published an article with the headline, “St. Mary (Ruth.) freshman leads state in pins.” That freshman – who is actually a true freshman – is Mario Del Vecchio, the team’s 126-pounder. At the time of the publication of that article, Del Vecchio was leading all New Jersey high school wrestlers – from every weight class – with 17 pins. By the end of the season, Del Vecchio increased his state-leading pin total to 35 pins.  He had the most pins in the State of New Jersey, for all high school wrestlers; tying him for that statewide lead was Joshua Baeza, a 12th grader from the Town of Kearny.

It seems that practically no one can get out of the first period with Del Vecchio, as according to TrackWrestling, he has the following pins this season:

9 sec, 11 sec, 12 sec, 12 sec, 15 sec, 18 sec, 18 sec, 19 sec, 21 sec, 23 sec, 26 sec, 26 sec, 31 sec, 35 sec, 38 sec, 38 sec, 40 sec, 41 sec, 45 sec, 48 sec, 50 sec, 51 sec, 1:01, 1:02, 1:08, 1:13, 1:30, 1:45, 2:06, 2:22, 2:26, 2:32, 2:42, 2:46, 3:09

In a social media post, Ken DeStefanis, a member of the United States Wrestling Hall of Fame who was a standout college wrestler and a 15-year head coach of a Division 1 program (the University of Central Connecticut), had this to say about Del Vecchio’s statewide pin-leading accomplishment: “Leading the state in pins is almost as good as being a state champ. It’s at least in the same category as a state placer.”

Ricky Marcus, the publisher of The Florida Wrestling Room (that state’s most widely read wrestling website/Facebook page), which covered Del Vecchio when he wrestled in Florida last season, said in a social media post, “To think he has more pins than any other wrestler in the entire state of NJ is mind boggling. But it really doesn’t surprise me…He placed in Florida [high school states] as a TRUE 8th grader…The best part about it is the fact that even in Florida last season, everyone knew what Mario Del Vecchio does but still could not stop it.”

It should be noted that Moreno and Stocker have also accumulated a significant number of pins this season.

Moreno pinned 24 of his opponents.

And Stocker pinned 18 of his opponents.



Since the beginning of last season (approximately the last 15 months), Del Vecchio has defeated an astounding 45 high school State Champs, State Placers, and State Qualifiers. In a press release ESN reviewed, it listed all of these 45 victories (which ESN verified on TrackWrestling & FloArena)—and which are listed below:

(1) Major 9-0 Kai Plinski (West Virginia State Champ) – Columbus Day Duals; (2) Major 11-1 Lincoln Kelley (Virginia State Champ /Placed 7th at NHSCA) – Columbus Day Duals; (3) TF 16-0 Malachi Ortiz (Florida State Champ; Placed 8th at Fargo) – Big Man Duals; (4) Pinned Jack Oliver (Placed 2nd at Florida States) – Cradle Cancer; (5) Pinned Nathanial Overman (Placed 2nd at Florida States) – Big Man Duals; (6) Pinned Gian Ortiz (Placed 32nd at Florida States) – FL State Championships; (7) Dec 3-2 Topher Pearson (Placed 2nd at Florida States) – Suwanee Gator Cup; (8) Pinned Blaine Reed (Placed 4th at Florida States) – FL Region Finals; (9) Dec 4-1 Eli Jolicoeur (Placed 4th at Florida States) – Suwanne Gator Cup; (10) Pinned Alex Oberc (Placed 5th at Connecticut States) – Waterway Duals; (11) Major 10-2 Alex Giglietti (Placed 5th at Florida States) – Cape Coast Conference; (12) Dec 9-2 Jasper Croom (Placed 5th at Florida States) – Addidas Nationals; (13) Major 9-0 Alex Giglietti (Placed 5th at Florida States) – ECW Championships; (14) Dec 5-0 Kyle Brown (Placed 6th at Florida States) – Ironman Tournament; (15) Pinned Kamren Griffen (Placed 7th at Maryland States) – East Coast Catholic Classic; (16) Pinned Gustavo Ferreira (Placed 7th at Florida States) – Kiwanis Invitational; (17) Pinned Al’zaveon Harris  (Placed 7th at Florida States) – FL State Championships; (18) Pinned Gustavo Ferreira (Placed 7th at Florida States) – Cape Coast Conference; (19) Pinned Jason Ramirez (Placed 8th at Florida States) – FL State Championships; (20) Pinned James Oliver (Placed 8th at Florida States) – Suwanne Gator Cup; (21) Maj 11-1 Brody Bogues (New Jersey State Qualifier) – NJ Officials Association Tournament; (22) Pinned Joseph Keeler (New Jersey State Qualifier) – New Jersey Regions; (23) Dec 3-2 Cole Rose (New Jersey State Qualifier/Nuway National Champ) – Columbus Day Duals; (24) Dec Joseph Keeler 7-0 (New Jersey State Qualifier) – Bergen County Tournament; (25) Pinned Ashton Kriss (Pennsylvania State Qualifier) – Waterway Duals; (26) Dec 14-13 Chris Manganiello (Connecticut State Qualifier) – East Coast Catholic Classic; (27) Pinned Kyle Pearson (Florida State Qualifier) – Kiwanis Invitational; (28) Pinned Brennan Ferguson (North Carolina State Qualifier) – Body Armor State Games; (29) Pinned James Aguilar (Florida State Qualifier) – Brandon Tournament; (30) Dec 12-5 Connor Harris (Florida State Qualifier) – Cradle Cancer; (31) Pinned Aaron Horr (Florida State Qualifier) – Florida District Finals; (32) Pinned Isaak Rodriguez (Florida State Qualifier) – Kiwanis Invitational; (33) Pinned Ethan Reilly (Florida State Qualifier) – Gauntlet on the Grove; (34) Major 10-1 Kyle Pearson (Florida State Qualifier) – Florida Regions; (35) Pinned Nick Lamery (Virginia State Qualifier) – Columbus Day Duals; (36) Pinned Dylan Dangle (Florida State Qualifier) – Brandon Tournament; (37) Pinned Ashton Swanson (Florida State Qualifier) – Florida Districts; (38) Dec 5-1 Ethan Reilly (Florida State Qualifier) – Adidas Nationals Prelim-Matches; (39) Pinned Kaden Barrial (Florida State Qualifier) – Merrit Island Dual; (40) Dec 7-0 Jacob Economon (North Carolina State Qualifier) – Body Armor State Games; (41) Pinned Ethan Reilly (Florida State Qualifier) – Florida Regions; (42) Dec 10-4 Vincenzo Lee (Florida State Qualifier) – Brandon Tournament; (43) TF 15-0 Stunner Hutchinson (Georgia State Qualifier) – Brunswick Tournament; (44) Pinned Ethan Warchol (Florida State Qualifier) – Knockout Summer Slam; (45) and (46) Pinned Coleman Finn (Connecticut State Qualifier) – Waterway Duals.

From the above list and beyond it, Del Vecchio has defeated several currently-ranked wrestlers in New Jersey: #8 at 126 lbs (Cole Rose); #21 at 132 lbs (Joseph Keeler); #25 at 126 lbs (CJ Anzaldo); #27 at 126 lbs (Jaton Wellington); #30 at 126 lbs (Lucas Silvestre); #30 at 120 lbs (Brody Bogues); and #32 at 126 lbs (Santino Leon). After pinning Maryland State Placer Kamren Griffen in the semi-finals at the East Coast Catholic Classic (a national tournament in Virginia) in January, Del Vecchio handed Connecticut’s #1 ranked 126-pounder Chris Manganiello his only season’s loss in a raucous 14-13 finals match victory.


Since the beginning of last season (approximately the last 12 months), Moreno has defeated 6 State Qualifiers: (1) Dec 7-3 Xavier Ortega (New Jersey State Qualifier) – Waterway Duals; (2) Dec 3-2 Waylan Winnseman (New York State Qualifier) – Waterway Duals; (3) Dec 3-1 Patrick Day (New Jersey State Qualifier) – NJ District Finals; (4) Major 10-1 Walter Smith (Virginia State Qualifier) – East Coast Catholic Classic; (5) Dec 3-1 James Conklin (New Jersey State Qualifier) – Garfield Tournament 2022; and (6) Dec 7-5 Chris Fojon (New Jersey State Qualifier) – Bergen County Tournament, enacting a retribution win after Fojon had pinned Moreno earlier in the same tournament.

From the above list and beyond it, Moreno has defeated multiple currently-ranked wrestlers in New Jersey: #11 at 132 lbs (Xavier Ortega); #19 at 150 lbs (James Conklin); #20 at 144 lbs (Chris Fojon); #28 at 157 lbs (Patrick Day); #31 at 144 lbs (Brady Dransfield); and #31 at 157 lbs (Tommy Kousis).


Stocker wrestled in middle school last season. This season, he has defeated – 3 different times – #31 ranked Johnny Emes (106 lbs); two of those wins were by pins. Also, at the Columbus Day Duals, he majored 8-0 Tyler Campbell (Massachusetts State Qualifier)—and at the Waterway Duals, he pinned Bennet Palmeri (New York State Qualifier).


Del Vecchio – a State Qualifier – took 3rd Place in the Regions in New Jersey this season. Winning the 1st place medal at the East Coast Catholic Classic (national tournament in Virginia), Del Vecchio also made it to the semi-finals (and took 5th place) at the Bergen County Tournament (perhaps most difficult county tournament in the country), won 1st place at the Rumble in the Pines Tournament, and took 2nd place at the Garfield Holiday Tournament.

Moreno – a State Qualifier – placed 2nd  at the East Coast Catholic Classic (national tournament in Virginia), took 3rd place at the Bergen County Tournament (perhaps most difficult county tournament in the country), took 4th Place in the Regions, won 1st place at the Garfield Holiday Tournament, and won 1st place at the Rumble in the Pines Tournament.

Stocker took home a 5th place medal at the East Coast Catholic Classic (national tournament in Virginia), to go along with a 7th place medal at the Bergen County Tournament (perhaps most difficult county tournament in the country), and a 2nd place medal at the Rumble in the Pines Tournament.


In the 2022-2023 season – as an 8th grader – Del Vecchio placed 6th in the High School States in Florida. He was also a High School Region Champ, County Champ, and District Champ, with a 40 – 8 record (with 32 pins). Del Vecchio was also named First Team High School All-County by the Florida Today/USA Today newspaper (only 8th grader named).

In the 2022-2023 season, Moreno was 25 – 5 (11 pins). He added a District Champ title to that season.

Stocker wrestled in the New Jersey Middle School States in the 2022-2023 season, netting two victories in that tournament.


Del Vecchio is ranked both on the national level and the state level…Nationally, he is ranked #6 in the nation for freshmen at 126 lbs on MatScouts’ Big Board; he is ranked #87 in the country overall – for freshmen in all weight classes – on MatScouts’ Big Board…On the state level in New Jersey, he was ranked #9 in his 126 lbs weight class – for all high school wrestlers, of all grades, in New Jersey – in NJ Wrestling Times’ Top 32. And he was ranked in the top 20 for his 126 lbs weight class – for all high school wrestlers, of all grades, in New Jersey – on Full Circle/Rokfin…And before he moved to New Jersey this past August, he was ranked #1 in the Florida 2023/2024 H.S. pre-season rankings at 120 lbs 1A by both Florida ranking organizations (The Florida Wrestling Room & Kabra Wrestling).

Moreno was ranked #22 in his 144 lbs weight class – for all high school wrestlers, of all grades, in New Jersey – in NJ Wrestling Times’ Top 32. And he was ranked in the top 20 for his 144 lbs weight class – for all high school wrestlers, of all grades, in New Jersey – on Full Circle/Rokfin.

Stocker was ranked #26 in his 106 lbs weight class – for all high school wrestlers, of all grades, in New Jersey – in NJ Wrestling Times’ Top 32.


A few other St. Mary wrestlers to note: this season, Alfredo Bermudez (157 lbs) had a 22 – 16 record. Bermudez took home a 6th place medal at the East Coast Catholic Classic (national tournament in Virginia) and added a 2nd place medal at the Rumble in the Pines Tournament; he was also a Region Qualifier. Nasir Owens (175 lbs) was 13 – 7, D’Var David (113 lbs) was 15 – 16 (and placed 5th at Rumble in the Pines Tournament), and Landon Pena (285 lbs) was 14 – 15.

St. Mary placed 15th (out of 41 teams) at the Bergen County Tournament. The team also made it to the Non-Public B State Sectional Tournament this season (seeded 8th), but took a loss in the first round, in a close dual meet, to Holy Cross High School. With that – and the accomplishments of the star power detailed in this article – Coach Redd has seen a lot of successes for St. Mary’s re-minted wrestling program in a very short period of time. There are a lot of wrestling successes to look forward to from these individuals and this team.


As found on Ohio State University’s website, below is Jaimen Hood’s bio. Learn about this wrestler’s career:


YEAR: Senior

HOMETOWN: Mason, Ohio



  • Academic All-Big Ten (2019)
  • OSU Scholar-Athlete (2018, 2019)


2018-19 (Redshirt Freshman)

  • Posted an overall record of 10-6 while competing in four open tournaments
  • Picked up bonus points in half of his victories with two major decision, two pins and a tech fall
  • Placed third in the Ohio Intercollegiate Open (‘White’ Division) and sixth in the Findlay Open
  • Traveled to Costa Rica for a service-learning trip collaboration between Ohio State Athletics, SASSO and Student-Athletes Abroad

2017-18 (Redshirt)

  • Earned three wins while competing in the Cleveland State Open and Purple Raider Open
  • Garnered bonus points in both triumphs at the Purple Raider Open, registering a major decision and pin


  • Ohio high school state runner-up in 2017, capping a 43-5 senior season
  • Also qualified for the state tournament as a junior


  • Son of Marie and Carlos Hood
  • Siblings – Chara (sister), Dasia (sister), Kiera (sister), Max (brother), Zack (brother)
  • Mechanical engineering major”




Drexel University had a 10 – 8 team record during the 2022- 2023 season. Drexel wrestling head coach Matt Azevedo’s bio, as found on the Drexel Wrestling Team’s website (this may not be updated to include 2022 – 2023 statistics):
Matt Azevedo, the Mert and Joanne Hill Head Coach of Wrestling, is in his 12th season as head coach of Drexel Wrestling after joining the Dragons in April 2011 following successful coaching stints at Cornell and Cal Poly. Azevedo has led the program’s resurgence and ushered in a new era of Drexel Wrestling in the EIWA. The 2020 inductee into the California Wrestling Hall of Fame is the eighth head coach in the school’s history and replaced Jack Childs, who retired after 35 seasons at Drexel.
The Dragons have climbed onto the national scene and into the national rankings under Azevedo. The Dragons earned their first USA Today/NWCA DI Coaches Poll national ranking under Azevedo and remained ranked in the Top 25 for six weeks during the 2016-17 season. The following year, the Dragons finished the 2017-18 regular season ranked in the top 25 of four separate polls – USA Today/NWCA DI Coaches, FloWrestling, Intermat tournament and Intermat dual – for the first time in program history.
On the mat, the Dragons have won 84 matches, including 10-win seasons under Azevedo’s guidance. In 2016-17, Drexel finished with 13 dual victories, its most since the 2006-07 season. The Dragons have taken down ranked nationally ranked opponents in three of the last seven years – No. 21 Rider, 18-14, in Feb. 2018; No. 25 Princeton in Dec. 2016; and No. 20 Northwestern, 21-20, in Nov. 2015. Drexel also dramatically came back to tie the overall score at 20-20 on a late third-period pin against No. 5 Lehigh in Dec. 2017, despite the Mountain Hawks winning on criteria. The Dragons also recorded major victories over Penn in 2016, their first since 1989, against Hofstra in 2013, their first since 1997, and against Binghamton in 2020, their first since 2006.
Azevedo has coached 41 NCAA Wrestling Championships qualifiers in his first 12 seasons at the helm.  In 2023, three Dragons qualified for the national tournament in Tulsa, Okla. Mickey O’Malley earned his fourth consecutive appearance and Evan Barczak his third. Brian Bonino, automatically qualified, collecting his first ticket and came within one win of All-American status. Despite having the 2019-20 season cut short and the 2020-21 season shortened due to the pandemic, the Dragons had all 10 wrestlers place at the EIWA Championships for the first time in program history and sent a program-best (tied with 2002 season) six wrestlers  to the NCAA Tournament in St. Louis. Parker Kropman (157) Michael O’Malley (174), and Bryan McLaughlin (197) each qualified for their second appearance in tournament while Julian Flores (141), Luke Nichter (149) and Evan Barczak (165) each received their first automatic bid to NCAA’s. During the 2022 season, O’Malley made his third-straight NCAA appearance and came within one win of All-American status. He was joined at the NCAA Championships by Barczak for the second straight year. In 2020, Antonio Mininno (125), O’Malley (174) and Bryan McLaughlin (197) earned automatic bids to their first-ever championships, and Ebed Jarrell (165) received an at-large selection to the tournament. Additionally, Parker Kropman (157) was named the first alternate at his weight class. In 2019, Drexel qualified four Dragons for the NCAA Championships in Pittsburgh: Kropman (149), Jarrell (165), Stephen Loiseau (197) and Joey Goodhart (285). In 2018, the Dragons sent a then program-best five wrestlers to Cleveland, Ohio for NCAAs.

Four Dragons have gone on to win conference championships during Azevedo’s tenure, including three since the school joined the EIWA. O’Malley was the school’s latest winner after taking home the EIWA title at 174 in 2022. Matt Cimato won the EIWA title at 149 pounds in 2016, the year after Kevin Devoy won the EIWA title at 133 pounds in 2015. In 2013, 197-pounder Brandon Palik became Drexel’s final CAA champion. The Dragons have seen the EIWA podium become commonplace over the last eight years as 51 wrestlers have placed at the conference tournament. In 2021, Drexel had all 10 wrestlers place at EIWA’s, passing the previous program-record eight in 2018. The Dragons performance was highlighted by a second-place finish by O’Malley (174), a third place finish by Nichter (149) and three fourth-place finishes by Flores (141), McLaughlin (197) and Barczak (165).

In the classroom, Drexel Wrestling has been a standout academic program in the nation. Drexel finished as an NWCA DI Top 30 All-Academic Team eight of the last nine seasons and has boasted the nation’s best team GPA twice. In 2021, the Dragons earned a spot as the seventh highest GPA in the nation at 3.46 and led the list of individual honorees. In 2020, the Dragons claimed high honors with a 3.59 GPA. The year prior, the Dragons were the top academic DI wrestling team in the country with a program-best 3.63 GPA. The Dragons have had 32 NWCA Academic All-America individual selections during that time, including 10 in 2021. They have also had 47 wrestlers have earned EIWA All-Academic Team selections since the award began in 2016, including eight in 2020, 2021 and 2022. Also, 11 wrestlers have been named Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area At-Large Team selections, including Jarrell in 2020 when he was named a co-performer of the year. Jarrell capped a stellar five-year career in University City with an appearance on the CoSIDA Academic All-District 2 Men’s At-Large Team.

While at Cornell, Azevedo helped the Big Red earn nine All-America honors, nine EIWA champions and seven Academic All-Americans. He also guided the team to back-to-back second-place finishes at the NCAA championships, which marked the best performance in school history. Prior to his time at Cornell, Azevedo spent seven seasons as an assistant coach at Cal Poly, where he coached seven All-Americans and eight Pac-10 champions. He also helped guide Cal Poly to its highest finish in school history at the Pac-10 championships by placing second in 2004 and 2006.

Azevedo wrestled collegiately at Arizona State and Iowa State, each for two seasons. He advanced to the NCAA Tournament in three of his four seasons. Azevedo graduated with a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies from Iowa State in 2002. He continued his wrestling career after graduation and went on to be a seven-time U.S. National place winner, two-time U.S. National Team member and won the 2008 U.S. Open National Championship.





A 3-time NCAA Champion from Penn State, Carter Starocci won his third title in 2023, with a perfect 24 – 0 record at the 174 pound weight class. He now looks to join the U.S. Olympic Team.

As found on Penn State University’s website, below is Carter Starocci’s bio (note that it does not seem to be updated to include the 2022- 2023 statistics). Learn about this wrestler’s career:


Athletic: Two-time All-American (2021, 2022)…Two-time NCAA Champion (2021, 2022)…Big Ten Champion (2022)…All-American as a freshman…Named Big Ten Freshman of the Year (2021)…2021 NCAA Champion at 174…2021 Big Ten Runner-Up…Won Big Ten and NCAA titles as a sophomore.

Season: Rolled to perfect 23-0 record as a sophomore…Won Big Ten title…Became two-time All-American and two-time NCAA Champion, winning crown in Detroit…Ended sophomore season with a 37-2 career record with six majors, six tech falls and five pins.
Sacred Heart (11/13): Pinned Alex Marciniak (2:12).  Oregon State (11/13): Rolled to a 17-2 tech fall over Mateo Olmos (4:49). Army West Point (11/18): Rolled to 23-5 tech fall over Army’s Clayton Feilden (6:56). Penn: Rolled over #21 Nick Incontrera, posting a 13-3 major. Lehigh (12/5): Notched 13-3 major with 3:36 in RT over Jake Logan. Collegiate Duals (12-20-21): Went 3-0 in Florida, including a major, a tech and a decision over #12 Chris Foca of Cornell. Indiana (1/9): Pinned Sean Grim (2:07) in Rec Hall.  Rutgers (2/16): Tech fall over Connor O’Neill (19-2 at 4:25). Michigan (1/21): Hard-fought 2-1 win over #6 Logan Massa. Michigan State (1/23):  Rolled to a 19-3 tech fall over Marty Larkin (3:32). Iowa (1/28):  Used escape in tie-breaker and rideout to beat #2 Michael Kemerer 2-1 (tb) in Iowa City. Rider (2/20): Majored Shane Reitsma 22-9 in dual finale.
Big Ten Championship (3-0, 1st, Champion): Won first Big Ten title in Lincoln, Neb.; Went 3-0 with a fall; pinned Dominic Solis of Maryland, got forfeit win over #4 Michael Kemerer of Iowa, and downed #5 Logan Massa of Michigan 5-1 in the finals.
NCAA Championships (5-0, 1st, NCAA Champion): Became two-time NCAA Champion with 5-0 run at NCAAs in Detroit. Pinned #33 Connor O’Neill of Rutgers (6:38), beat #16 Adam Kemp of Cal Poly and #9 Mike Labriola of Nebraska in quarterfinals. Dominated #4 Hayden Hidlay of N.C. State 10-3 in semifinals. Beat #2 Mekhi Lewis of Virginia Tech, 5-5 (TB2, RT) in a thrilling NCAA title match in finals, one of five Penn State Champions.

Season: Posted 14-2 overall record…Two majors, one tech, one pin…Big Ten Runner-Up (174)…Earned All-America honors as a freshman…2021 NCAA National Champion (174) in first trip to NCAA tournament.
Indiana/Northwestern (1/30): Went 2-1 in opening day tri-dual at Northwestern…Began day with a 18-1 tech fall (2:37) over Indiana’s Robert Detars in the extra bouts at 174, then suffered a close 10-9 upset loss to Donnell Washington in the dual meet…Took down Northwestern’s Troy Fisher 4-1 in dual victory over the Wildcats. Wisconsin (2/2): Posted 5-3 win over Jared Krattiger in Madison. Michigan (2/14): Beat #2 Logan Massa 7-1 (tb), using a four-point turn in the tie-breaker to break away for the win in Ann Arbor…Named Big Ten Wrestler of the Week (2/16)Ohio State (2/19): Used tie-breaker escape then rideout to post thrilling 2-1 (tb) win over #3 Kaleb Romero in dual at Columbus. Michigan (2/14): Majored Maryland’s Phillip Spadafora 15-6 in Rec Hall dual debut.

Big Ten Championships (3-1, 2nd, NCAA Qualifier):  Was Big Ten runner-up at 174, losing to #1 Michael Kemerer in the finals. Beat #6 Kaleb Romero and #2 Mikey Labriola to reach the finals. Went 3-1 with a pin overall. Was named 2021 Big Ten Freshman of the Year.
NCAA Championships (5-0, 1st, National Champion):  Went 5-0 in his first trip to the NCAA tournament to become the NCAA National Champion as a freshman.  Downed the #30 and #14 seeds to reach the quarterfinals. Beat #6 Andrew McNally of Kent State in the quarters and then used a ride-out and escape point to beat #2 Demetrius Romero of Utah Valley 2-0 in the semis to advance to the NCAA finals. Scored midway through extra time to beat #1 Michael Kemerer 3-1 (sv) to win the national title.

Season: Wrestled unattached in open tournaments during his redshirt season…Went unbeaten during the year…Posted an 18-0 overall record with three pins, two tech falls and six majors…Won the 174-pound Southern Scuffle title.

Wrestled at Cathedral Prep in Erie…Four-year letterman and four-year team captain…Rolled to a 172-10 record for the Ramblers…Won state title as a senior with a 46-0 mark…Won state title as a junior with a 50-0 mark…Took second at states as a sophomore and placed as a freshman as well…Received academic honors twice…Has two older siblings, brother, Chris and sister, Ceci.


Date     Wt.    Result        Opponent                                       Place     Rec
11/11     174    W, 19-5       Tyler Stoltzfus, Lock Haven (major)           dual       1-0
12/2      174    W, 18-6       Shane Reitsma, Rider (major)                   dual       2-0
12/4      174    W, 22-8       Jake Logan, Lehigh (major)                     dual       3-0
12/11     174    W, 14-3       #28 Aaron Olmos, Oregon State (major)     dual       4-0
12/19     174    WBF           Alex Cramer, Central Michigan (2:21)        dual       5-0
12/19     174    W, 18-3       Cade Tenold, North Carolina (TF; 6:21)      dual       6-0
12/20     174    W, 5-1         #21 Julien Broderson, Iowa State             dual       7-0
1/6        174    W, 22-8       Josh Otto, Wisconsin (major)                   dual       8-0
1/20      174    WBF           #30 Max Maylor, Michigan (4:15)              dual       9-0
1/22      174    W, 19-4       Cesar Garza, Michigan State (TF; 6:39)      dual     10-0
1/27      174    W, 2-1         #16 Nelson Brands, Iowa                        dual     11-0
2/3        174    W, 11-5       #7 Ethan Smith, Ohio State                     dual     12-0
2/5        174    W, 11-3       #15 DJ Washington, Indiana (major)          dual     13-0
2/10      174    W, 16-3       Jackson Turley, Rutgers (major)               dual     14-0
2/12      174    W, 14-6       Dominic Solis, Maryland (major)                dual     15-0
2/19      174    W, 19-3       John Worthing, Clarion (TF; 5:00)             dual     16-0
3/4        174    W, 10-2       #15 Troy Fisher, Northwestern (major)       B1G     17-0
3/4        174    W, 8-2         #8 Bailee O’Reilly, Minnesota                  B1G     18-0
3/5        174    W, 6-1         #2 Mikey Labriola, Nebraska             B1G (1st)     19-0
3/16      174    WBF           #33 John Worthing, Clarion (1:21)          NCAA     20-0
3/16      174    W, 4-0         #17 DJ Washington, Indiana                 NCAA     21-0
3/17      174    W, 5-2         #8 Bailee O’Reilly, Minnesota                NCAA     22-0
3/17      174    W, 6-0         #4 Chris Foca, Cornell                         NCAA     23-0
3/18      174    WBF           #2 Mike Labriola, Nebraska (2:46)    NCAA (1st)     24-0
Date     Wt.    Result        Opponent                                       Place     Rec
11/13    174    WBF           Alex Marciniak, Sacred Heart (2:12)          dual       1-0
11/13    174    W, 17-2       Mateo Olmos, Oregon State (TF; 4:49)      dual       2-0
11/18    174    W, 23-5       Clayton Fielden, Army (TF; 6:56)               dual       3-0
12/3      174    W, 13-3       #21 Nick Incontrera, Penn (major)             dual       4-0
12/5      174    W, 13-3       Jake Logan, Lehigh (major)                     dual       5-0
12/20    174    W, 13-4       Pat Schoenfelder, Northern Iowa (major)    dual       6-0
12/20    174    W, 3-2         #12 Chris Foca, Cornell                          dual       7-0
12/21    174    W, 17-2       Zen Coleman, Arizona State (TF; 4:50)       dual       8-0
1/7        174    W, 8-3         Dominic Solis, Maryland                          dual       9-0
1/9        174    WBF           Sean Grim, Indiana (2:07)                        dual     10-0
1/16      174    W, 19-2       Connor O’Neill, Rutgers (TF; 4:25)            dual     11-0
1/21      174    W, 3-2         #6 Logan Massa, Michigan                     dual     12-0
1/23      174    W, 19-3       Marty Larkin, Michigan State (TF; 3:32)      dual     13-0
1/28      174    W, 2-1 (tb)    #2 Michael Kemerer, Iowa                       dual     14-0
2/20      174    W, 22-9       Shane Reitsma, Rider (major)                   dual     15-0
3/5        174    WBF           Dominic Solis, Maryland (2:13)                 B1G     16-0
3/5        174    W, med.forf. #4 Michael Kemerer, Iowa                      B1G     17-0
3/6        174    W, 5-1         #5 Logan Massa, Michigan              B1G (1st)     18-0
3/17      174    WBF           #33 Connor O’Neill, Rutgers (6:38)         NCAA     19-0
3/17      174    W, 10-4       #16 Adam Kemp, Cal Poly                   NCAA     20-0
3/18      174    W, 6-1         #9 Mikey Labriola, Nebraska                 NCAA     21-0
3/18      174    W, 10-3       #4 Hayden Hidlay, North Carolina State  NCAA     22-0
3/19      714    W, 5-5 (TB2, RT) #2 Mekhi Lewis, North Carolina St.  NCAA (1st)     23-0

Date     Wt.    Result        Opponent                                       Place     Rec
1/30     174     W, 18-1       Robert Detars, Indiana (TF; 2:37) IU extras       1-0
1/30     174     L, 9-10        Donnell Washington, Indiana            dual        1-1
1/30     174     W, 4-1        Troy Fisher, Northwestern                dual       2-1
2/2       174     W, 5-3       Jared Krattiger, Wisconsin                dual       3-1
2/14      174     W, 7-1 (tb) #2 Logan Massa, Michigan                dual       4-1
2/19      174     W, 2-1 (tb) #3 Kaleb Romero, Ohio State           dual       5-1
2/22     174     W, 15-6      Phillip Spadafora, Maryland (major)  dual       6-1
3/6      174     WBF          Phillip Spadafora, Maryland (4:47)     B1G       7-1
3/6      174     W, 2-0        #6 Kaleb Romero, Ohio State            B1G       8-1
3/6      174     W, 3-1 (sv)  #2 Mikey Labriola, Nebraska              B1G       9-1
3/7       174     L, 2-7         #1 Michael Kemerer, Iowa        B1G  (2nd)      9-2
3/18     174     W, 10-2       #30 Victor Marcelli, Virginia (maj.) NCAA     10-2
3/18     174     W, 8-2        #14 Hayden Hastings, Wyoming     NCAA      11-2
3/19     174     W, 6-3       #6 Andrew McNally, Kent State     NCAA     12-2
3/19     174     W, 2-0        #2 Demetrius Romero, Utah Valley  NCAA     13-2
3/20     174     W, 3-1 (sv)  #1 Michael Kemerer, Iowa       NCAA (1st)     14-2