Pfarr riding seven-match win streak for two championships in two weeks
Minnesota dominates 149, 157, 184, and 197 weight classes
Gophers go undefeated on the day to capture titles
Freshman Michael Kroells captures title in heavyweight competition
Fans are welcome to attend a free practice and have lunch prior to the Minnesota vs Iowa football game
2012-13 REDSHIRT FRESHMAN:
Overall Record: 14-5
Dual Meet Record: N/A
Technical Falls: 0
Won 14 matches in open tournaments in the 2012-13 season Went 4-2 at the Bison Open Finished fifth place at the Bison Open with a major decision in the first round against Ben Cousins of Concordia At the Finn Grinaker Open finished with a 4-1 record took first in the MSU Moorhead Open Finished with a 2-1 sudden victory in the finals against Jake Horn of St. Cloud State.
Did not compete.
Graduated from Apple Valley High School Coaches were Jim Jackson and Bill Demaray Finished second in the state as a senior Finished as the No. 4 ranked wrestler in the country by WIN Magazine 243 career wins Won a state championship as a junior Placed second in the state in both his freshmen and sophomore seasons A Cadet Northern Plains Freestyle and Greco Champion Cadet USA Folkstyle National Champion.
Born on October 21, 1992 Son of Steve and Donna Keogh Father wrestled at the University of Minnesota-Morris Plans to major in Kinesiology Has one brother and two sisters (Ryan, Jackie and Heather) Enjoys wakeboarding.
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