The Gophers will finish third at the national tournament
With 68 points, Minnesota sits third headed into the final day of competition
Minnesota remains in third with 47.5 points
Minnesota sits third with 11 team points
All 10 Gophers remain in competition; 5 still in position to win titles
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2012-13 REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE:
Had 21-9 overall record in 2012-2013 season Finished season with 10-3 dual record and 4-2 Big Ten record Was 9-9 against ranked opponents Earned All-American Honors Shared team's Intensity Award Defeated No. 8 John Morrison of No. 4 Oklahoma State in a 4-1 decision Saw a major decision over Drew Van Anrooy of No. 13 Oregon State Went 4-1 at the Southern Scuffle after a sudden victory over No. 15 George DiCamillo of Virginia Went 2-1 at the National Duals Finals Finished fourth at the Big Ten Championships after falling to No. 3 Tyler Graff of Wisconsin Defeated No. 4 Jordan Conaway of Penn State in a 7-2 decision Finished sixth at the NCAA Championships with a 4-3 record Defeated Dylan Hyder of Air Froce in a 6-3 decision in the first round before falling to No. 7 Jon Morrison.
2011-12 REDSHIRT FRESHMAN:
All-American Finished fourth at his first NCAA championship UNI Open Champion Southern Scuffle Champion Voted the Gophers' Most Improved Wrestler of the Year Moved into the starting lineup after winning the Southern Scuffle First dual was a 5-3 decision over No. 2 Logan Stieber of Ohio State, scoring a late takedown to defeat the future NCAA champion Took second at the Bison Open after falling to teammate David Thorn (2-1 decision) in the championship match Finished second at the Body Bar with a fall over Virginia's Joe Martinez in the first round Won the UNI title after defeating Iowa's Alden Isenberg 9-4 in the finals Pinned Duane Robinson of Upper Iowa in the second round Defeated No. 13 Nick Soto of Chattanooga 7-2 for the Southern Scuffle (T.N.) championship Fell 9-6 to No. 5 Bernard Futrell of Illinois before battling picking up a 9-7 decision over No. 8 Cashe Quiroga of Purdue Won a major decision over Wisconsin border rival Shane McQuade (14-4 major) Beat No. 18 Zach Stevens of Michigan by a 5-1 decision Dropped a 5-2 decision to Iowa's No.4 Tony Ramos before routing No.18 Ridge Kiley of Nebraska 15-6 Named to the Big Ten All-Academic Earned his first letter.