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Year: Sophomore
City/State: Lakeland, Fla.
High School: Lake Gibson


Career: Competed for Duke for one season ... compiled a 17-9 career record overall ... went 25-14 overall, including his 8-5 record while wrestling unattached.

2011-12: Competed unattached in 13 matches ... went 8-5 overall ... took third at the Wolfpack Open ... registered two falls in his 13 outings.

2010-11: Did not compete ... missed season due to injury.

2009-10: Lined up at 149 pounds ... posted a 17-9 overall record and a 3-4 mark in dual matches ... started the year at 14-0, winning two tournament titles ... in his collegiate debut at the Citadel Open he posted a 5-0 record to take top honors ... captured the title at the Pembroke Classic and finished as the runner-up at the Keystone Classic ... registered six falls for the season ... pinned his opponent in just 34 seconds in his collegiate debut ... also registered a 22-second fall ... named the Duke Ronald McDonald House Athlete of the Week after winning the Pembroke Classic.

Prep: A four-year letterwinner for head coach Danny Walker at Lake Gibson ... posted a 141-19 record for his prep career ... finished third in the Florida state tournament as a senior 2009 ... a four-time first team all-county selection ... earned district runner-up honors all four years and was the regional runner-up in 2009 ... wrestled his way to second place in the state tournament as a sophomore and senior ... posted a career-best 50-4 record as a senior ... Florida Boy's State Delegate ... US Marine Corps Athletic Excellence, Army Reserve Athletic Excellence.

Personal: Born Brent Rodolfo Jorge on August 17, 1990 in Winter Haven, Florida ... son of Rodolfo Jorge and Bridget Ruth Jorge ... has three brothers ... his brother Anthony is a current member of the Blue Devil wrestling team.


Brent Jorge

Year Weight Tourn. Dual ACC Overall
2009-10 149 14-5 3-4 0-4 17-9

Did Not Compete

2011-12 141 8-5 0-0 0-0 8-5
Total   14-5 3-4 0-4 17-9
Italics denote redshirt year      

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