Tiger Style grapplers among 35 total MAC wrestling student-athletes to receive honor
Tigers' 19th win is most in a single season in Mizzou wrestling history
Mizzou wins at 125, 133, 141, 149, 174, 184, 197, and HWT in Ames, Iowa
Mizzou Athletics catches up with members of Mizzou Wrestling and discuss an array of topics
Cody Johnston, Johnny Eblen, and Devin Mellon all won titles Sunday at the University of Central Missouri.
In his dual start at Buffalo, pinned Colt Cotton in 2:06.
Competed in seven tournaments, placing in four of those (4th - Cyclone Open, 4th - UCM Open, 3rd - Kaufman Brand Open, 5th - UNI Open).
His four tournament trophies ranked T-2nd most on the team.
Finished the season with 11 falls, making him one of only six Tigers to gain double digit pins for the season.
The 11 pins were responsible for exactly half of his season victories, and his fastest fall came in just 0:54 (vs. Kenneth Cowan - Navy - Edinboro Open).
His 22 season wins marked a new single season career high, upping his total from 16 a year ago.
Took seventh at the Warren Williams/Daktronics Open.
Finished in fifth place at the Joe Parisi Open on Nov. 23.
Took second at the Kaufman-Brand Open.
Took sixth at the UNI Open, picking up decision wins against Kyle Larson (Iowa State) and Garth Yenter (Michigan State).
Finished second at the Roger Denker Open.
Overall season record was 16-9 with four wins coming by fall.
Competed in five tournaments at 141 pounds.
Finished in fourth place at the UCM Open, picking up his first collegiate win against Garrett Matthews (Benedictine) by fall at :45. Had two more pins on the day, plus one major decision win.
Landed in fifth place at the Kaufman-Brand Open.
Finished in third place at the Roger Denker Open.
Had a season record of 20-10 with five wins by pin and one by technical fall.
Finished with a career record of 182-25, 100 of which came by fall.
His senior year, the Jays finished fourth as a team at state.
Lettered all four years in wrestling, as well as lettering all four years in soccer.
Was a two-time All-State soccer athlete.
Two-time Academic All-American, finishing second in his graduating class.
He has one older sibling, Danielle, and a younger sibling, Jayme.
Chose Mizzou over Duke University.
|Season||Overall||Duals (MAC)||Tournament (MAC/NCAA)||Major Dec.||Fall||Tech. Fall|
|2013-14||16-9||0-0 (0-0)||16-9 (0-0/0-0)||2||4||0|
|2014-15||22-13||1-0 (1-0)||21-13 (0-0/0-0)||1||11||1|
|Career||38-22||1-0 (1-0)||37-22 (0-0/0-0)||3||15||1|
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