Duke Wrestling BIO
2013-14: Wrestled at 165 pounds … Finished 9-8 overall … Took sixth at the Hokie Open … Posted a 3-2 record at the Wolfpack Open … Captured a first-period fall in Duke’s come-from-behind win over Appalachian State … Posted a 1-1 record in duals for the year … Finished sixth at the National Collegiate Open.2012-13: Compiled a 4-8 overall record at 157 pounds … went 4-2 at the Hokie Open to start the season … earned starts against Eastern Michigan and Michigan … registered a fall in just 33 seconds against Cole Dodd of Chattanooga at the Hokie Open.
2011-12: Redshirt year ... recorded a 20-6 overall record while competing unattached at 157 pounds ... grabbed three top-three tournament finishes ... garnered runner-up honors at the Davidson Open ... took third at the Appalachian Open and closed out the campaign with a second-place showing at the prestigious National Collegiate Open ... registered a fall in his first collegiate match ... finished the season with nine falls.
Prep: A four-year letterwinner for Tom Barbee at Covington High School ... Earned all-conference and academic all-conference recognition all four seasons ... Selected to the All-GMVWA team his junior and senior years ... Compiled a 185-18 career record and placed among the top six all four years ... Posted a career-best 52-4 overall record as a junior and earned runner-up honors at the state championships ... Took third overall at 145 pounds as a senior and fourth as a sophomore ... Never lost more than seven matches in a single season ... Helped team to 11th-place finish at state tournament his senior season ... Finished among the top 12 at NHSCA Junior Nationals ... Was a member of Team Ohio at the Disney Duals in 2009 ... Also earned three letters in baseball as a center fielder ... Was a member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Born Andrew Michael DeHart on Feb. 18, 1993 in Troy, Ohio ... son of Mike and Janet DeHart ... has one sister, Meredith ... father, Mike, coached high school wrestling and finished third at Masters Worlds in Switzerland in 2001.