|Hometown:||North Olmsted, Ohio|
|High School:||North Olmsted|
Career: Completed his career with a 14-20 overall record … Wrestled at 174, 184 and 197 … Four-time ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2016-17: Wrestled at 197 pounds … Posted a 2-8 overall record … Participated in two duals, going 1-2 … Garnered a win over Austin McNeill in the Wolfpack Open … Second victory came via a forfeit … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2015-16: Wrested in six bouts at 184 pounds … Went 7-5 overall … Took third at the Newberry Open ... Record a first-period fall at Newberry ... Captured pair of victories at Hokie Open ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2014-15: Wrestled at both 174 and 184 during the year … Went 5-7 overall and 0-1 in duals … Started in the dual against Shorter at 174 pounds … Posted a pair of victories in the Wolfpack Open and at the Newbury Open ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2013-14: Redshirt season … Finished 6-6 wrestling at 174 and 184 pounds … Took fourth at the Appalachian State Open at 184 pounds ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prep: A four-year letterwinner at North Olmsted High School … A two-time high school All-American … Posted a 105-36 career record … Went 43-8 his senior campaign en route to placing seventh at the Ohio State High School Tournament … Earned All-South-Western Conference honors as a junior and senior … A two-time all-sectional choice … Garnered all-district honors as a senior … Became first wrestler in North Olmsted High School history to be invited to and participate in the Ironman wrestling tournament … Captured titles at the Rebel Invitational, Kenston Invitational and Perry Pin City Tournament as a senior … Voted the North Olmsted Most Improved Wrester his junior season and was picked as the team’s Most Valuable Wrestler as a senior … Earned the OHSAA Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award in 2013 as well as the OHSAA Scholar Athlete Award … A four-time recipient of the North Olmsted Sportsmanship Award … Trained with the Belarus Olympic Team … Was a member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Born Alexander George Belaia-Martiniouk on December 9, 1994 in Cleveland, Ohio … Son of Vitalie Martiniouk and Svetlana Belaia … Grandfarther, Anatoli Bely was an amateur boxer for the Soviet Union Army.