|Hometown:||Port Orchard, Wash.|
|High School:||South Kitsap|
Career: Duke’s first three-time All-American and four-time NCAA qualifier … Compiled a 98-30 career record … Finishes his career ranked fourth in all-time wins and ninth in career winning percentage (.765) … One of 13 Blue Devils to compile 30 wins in a season … Three-time All-ACC Academic Team ... Three-time NWCA All-Academic choice … Awarded the 2016 George Grody All-Around Student-Athlete Award as voted by fellow student-athletes.
2015-16: NCAA All-American at 197 pounds with a seventh-place finish at NCAA Championships… Became Duke’s first three-time NCAA All-American in program history … Captured second straight ACC title … Earned a NCAA berth to become the Blue Devils’ first four-time NCAA qualifier … Finished the year with a 30-3 overall record and perfect 15-0 mark in duals … Became just the 13th wrestler in Duke history to amass 30 wins in a season … Won the Hokie Open and finished third at the Southern Scuffle … Led the team in falls with six and was tops in dual points with 66 … Was the first Duke wrestler to be invited to the NWCA All-Star Classic featuring two of the top wrestlers from each weight class … Went 11-3 against ranked opponents … All three losses were by three or fewer points … All-ACC Academic Team … NWCA Scholar All-American … Awarded the 2016 George Grody All-Around Student-Athlete Award as voted by his fellow student-athletes.
2014-15: 2015 All-American at 197 pounds … Took sixth at the NCAA Championships … Won the ACC title at 197 pounds … Finished the year 21-5 overall, including 5-0 in ACC duals … Took home runner-up honors at the prestigious Southern Scuffle … Won the Hokie and Wolfpack Opens … Went 4-1 against ranked opponents during the regular season … Advanced to the NCAA Championship semifinals with wins over the No. 2 and No. 7 seeds before he fell to third-seeded Gyven Gadson of Iowa State … Registered a 12-1 record in duals … Was Duke’s points leader in duals, scoring 45 points in his 13 dual matches … Voted the team’s Most Outstanding Wrestler … NWCA All-Academic selection.
2013-14: An All-American at 197 pounds … Took fifth place at the NCAA Championships … Finished the year 27-11 overall and 18-11 in duals … Grabbed third place at the ACC Championships … Went 3-3 in ACC duals … Won the Hokie Open … Posted a 9-8 record against ranked wrestlers … … Defeated No. 13 Nick Bonnaccorsi of Pittsburgh (1/12) for his first ranked win of the year … Posted a 4-1 decision over ninth-ranked and top-seeded Christian Boley of Maryland in the ACC Championships third place match to earn an automatic bid to NCAA Championships … Defeated No. 10 Jace Bennett of Cornell in the opening NCAA match … Also upended seventh-ranked Travis Rutt in the NCAA second round … Defeated Bonnaccorsi for the third time on the year 4-0 and downs No. 11 Nathan Burak of Iowa on the second day of competition to become Duke’s second All-American in program history … Picked up a win by medical forfeit to take fifth overall at NCAAs … Had two falls on the year and six major decisions … All 11 setbacks came by decision … Garnered NWCA Scholar All-America honors … Voted team’s Most Valuable Wrestler.2012-13: NCAA qualifier at 197 pounds … compiled a 20-11 overall record despite missing two months to injury … placed in all five tournaments he competed in … started the year 12-2 finished third at the ACC Championship … captured the Hokie Open title in his first outing in a Duke singlet … took third at the Michigan State Open and at the Keystone Classic … was sixth at the prestigious Southern Scuffle … went 2-3 in duals with wins over Michigan and Stevens Tech … registered three falls … voted the team’s Most Outstanding Freshman … All-ACC Academic Team selection ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.