2010-11 SENIOR SEASON
Overall Record: 11-3
Dual Meet Record: 3-0
Big Ten Record: 1-0
Major Decisions: 2
Technical Falls: 0
Received the Minnesota Integrity Award as a senior ended his college career with 78 wins which ranks him 47th all-time along with Brandon Paulson and Brad Gibson in Minnesota history went 11-3 overall and 3-0 in dual matches finished the year 1-0 in the Big Ten, defeating Wisconsin's No. 11 Eric Bugenhagen 3-2 recorded two pins and two major decisions finished fourth at the Kaufman-Brand Open after pinning Anderson Dondricus at 2:40 and majored Kosta Karageorge 14-4 handed David Morgan of Cal State Bakersfield a 9-3 decision and Cal-State Fullerton's Kurt Klimek 7-1, in December picked up three wins at the Southern Schuffle earned his fourth letter.
2009-10 JUNIOR SEASON
Overall Record: 23-13
Dual Meet Record: 10-7
Big Ten Record: 6-2
Major Decisions: 3
Technical Falls: 1
NCAA Qualifier placed third at the Big Ten Tournament, going 4-1 for the best finish of his career winner of the Verne Gagne Scholarship/Leadership Award went 2-2 at the NCAA tournament, his best career showing, and finished one match shy of becoming an All-American Went 23-12 on the season, all at heavyweight one of 11 wrestlers with over 20 wins went 10-7 dual meet and 6-2 in Big Ten duals six Big Ten wins tied with Mike Thorn and Dustin Schlatter as second best on the team one of only six wrestlers with double-digit wins in dual meets tallied five falls, three major decisions and one tech fall on the season went 4-10 against ranked opponents opened the ranked No. 10 and climbed as high as No. 8 before finished the season ranked No. 16 loss to No. 2 Nate Everhart of Indiana on 2/6 snapped a streak of 13 straight Big Ten wins, and marked his first lost in a Big Ten dual since 2/24/08 carded a season long five-match winning streak from 1/22 to 2/5 opened the NCAA tournament with wins over No. 14 Mitch Monteiro of Cal State Bakersfield and No. 5 Nate Everhart of Indiana, each in sudden victory each of his NCAA tournament losses came in tie breaker one, 1-2 to Zacharey Ley of Lehigh and 5-6 to Jerrod Trice of Central Michigan beat Eric Bugenhagen of Wisconsin in the third place match at the Big Ten tournament ended the regular season with a 4-2 win over No. 12 Cameron Wade of Penn State, sealing a 26-16 team win never lost more than two consecutive matches on the season fell 3-5 in sudden victory to No. 10 Dan Erickson of Iowa on 2/19 dropped a 3-7 decision to No. 2 Nate Everhart of Indiana on 2/6 beat Illinois' Marty Smith 10-3 on 2/5 pinned Adam Wells of Purdue in a season best 1:59 on 1/31 beat Eric Bugenhagen from Wisconsin 5-4 on 1/29 scored a 14-5 major decision over Ben Apland of Michigan on 1/23 won 10-3 over Alan O'Donnell of Michigan State on 1/22 went 1-3 at the National Duals falling 1-6 to No. 8 Mark Ellis (Missouri), 2-3 to No. 4 Jerrod Trice (Central Michigan) and 4-9 to Corey Morrison (Ohio State) win at the National Duals came over Blake Raising of Iowa by a 7-3 score did not place after going 2-2 at the Southern Scuffle pinned Justin Tuell of Northern Colorado in 5:29 on 12/13 scored first win over a ranked opponent with a 9-7 sudden victory decision over No. 7 Tucker Lane of Nebraska on 12/10 dropped a 6-8 sudden victory decision to eventual National Runner-up and then No. 2 ranked Jared Rosholt of Oklahoma State on 12/4 lost 1-4 to No. 4 Mitch Montiero of Cal State Bakerfield on 11/28 went 3-1 at the Kaufman-Brand Open to finish in third place, losing only to No. 7 Tucker Lane 1-3 in sudden victory opened the season with a 2-0 record and was co-champion in the Bison Open on 11/14 earned third letter.
2008-09 SOPHOMORE SEASON:
Overall Record: 27-11
Dual Meet Record: 14-3
Big Ten Record: 8-0
Major Decisions: 5
Technical Falls: 0
National qualifier winner of the Golden Gophers' Chris Berglin Most Improved Wrestler award went 1-2 at the NCAA Championships beat #9 Ryan Flores of Columbia 8-4 in the first round of the NCAA's, but fell in the next two rounds, 4-10 to #7 Daniel Erekson of Iowa and 4-6 to David Marone of Virginia Tech placed fourth at the Big Ten Championships, going 2-2 in the tournament after winning opening round match versus Eddie Phillips of Michigan, fell in the semifinals to #18 Kyle Massey of Wisconsin but rebounded to beat Nate Everhart of Indiana before falling in the third place match to #8 John Wise of Illinois posted a 27-11 mark on the season win total (27) was fifth on the team appeared in 17 of 23 dual meets, going 14-3 dual meet wins (14) ranked fourth on the team appeared in all eight Big Ten duals, going 8-0 only Golden Gopher to run undefeated through the Big Ten season won four matches by fall while never suffering a pin won five matches by major decision, which was tied with two others (Safratowich, Eidenshink) as the fourth best mark on the team never lost a match by major decision tallied 51 team-points in dual meets while only surrendering nine team-point total (51) was the fourth best mark on the team opened season with seven straight wins, and ripped off a season high nine straight wins from Jan. 10 to Feb. 15 went 4-8 against ranked opponents began the season at the Bison Open on Nov. 15 and went 4-0 en route to the title, topping teammate Atticus Disney in the championship match wins included a fall and a major decision before a 4-2 SV2 victory in the title match notched the runner-up spot at the Kaufman/Brand Open after posted a 3-1 mark in the meet appeared in two meets (Portland State, Northern Colorado) at the Northern Quad on Nov. 29 and earned wins by major decision and pin respectively posted a 3-2 mark at the Las Vegas Invite on Dec. 5, including a fall in his first match in the New Years Day match with Oklahoma State, suffered a tough 2-3 loss to top-ranked Jared Rosholt in his two matches at the Lone Star Duals on Jan. 3, won each by fall to aid the Golden Gopher sweep went 1-1 at the National Duals on Jan. 10, including a 5-4 SV1 decision over #6 Kyle Massey of Wisconsin earned a major decision on Jan. 23 as Minnesota beat Arizona State gained a major decision to cap off Minnesota's 30-6 win over Michigan State on Jan. 25 sealed the 20-19 win over Penn State on Jan. 30 with his 5-3 decision that gave Minnesota a 20-15 lead with just one match to go gained a 6-2 decision over #17Ccorey Morrison as Minnesota came back to beat #5 Ohio State 18-16 on Feb. 1 earned a 5-2 decision against Michigan on Feb. 6 gave Minnesota a lead they never lost against #16 Northwestern on Feb. 8 with a 16-5 major decision won a 3-2 decision over #8 Kyle Massey of Wisconsin on Feb. 13 closed the match with #1 Iowa on Feb. 15 in the regular season finale, capped the 22-13 win over #18 Indiana on Feb. 22 with his 5-3 decision.
2007-08 REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON:
Dual Meet Record:5-8
Big Ten Record:2-6
Finished regular season with three pins, a major decision and a tech fall started 13 dual meets as a redshirt freshman, including eight in Big Ten competition pinned NDSU's Justin Lagosh at Northern Quad (11/24) in 3:55 narrowly lost to No. 5 David Zabriske of Iowa State during Williams Arena dual meet (12/2) lost by only one point (6-5) to No. 14 Jon May of Nebraska shut-out Michigan starter Chad Bleske 5-0 at National Duals (1/13) won 11-0 major decision against Purdue's Chris Kasten (2/11) during Gophers' dual meet win five of last six opponents regular season opponents were ranked, including four top-10 wrestlers beat Penn State's John Laboranti and Purdue's Kasten before qualifying for first-ever NCAA Championships with a sixth-place finish at first-ever Big Ten Championships in Minneapolis went 1-2 at 2008 NCAA Championships, defeating Army's Nathan Thobaben in the consolation round.
Went a perfect 8-0 in three early season open competitions as a heavyweight had two pins crowned co-champion with perfect 3-0 record at Bison Open (11/11) with fellow Gopher heavyweight freshman Joe Nord won first two decisions at Kaufman-Brand Open (11/18) before being forced to forfeit final three matches due to medical reasons co-champion again at Worthington Open (1/20) with Nord, posting 3-0 record, including one pin.
A 2006 graduate of Albert Lea High School head coach was Larry Goodnature was the eighth-ranked heavyweight in the country according to InterMat asics Honorable Mention All-American as a senior two-time all-state selection 2006 Minnesota State Champion at 285 pounds compiled a 47-2 overall record on the season finished second in state as a junior three sport all-conference performer in high school also competed in football and baseball participated in the MSHSL All-Star Football Game last June.
Majoring in religious history son of Brian and Nancy Berhow born June 9, 1988 enjoys hunting and fishing during his time away from the mat.
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