Tigers earn 27 points, claiming top honors over second-place Old Dominion (18 points)
Seven individual Tigers also make Top-20 weight class rankings
Mizzou Athletics catches up with members of Mizzou Wrestling and discuss an array of topics
Success in the classroom earns Mizzou's junior-captain his first-career academic honor
Head Coach Brian Smith and MAC Champions Drake Houdashelt and J'den Cox met with the media Tuesday
Was crowned the champion at the Warren Williams/Daktronics Open after defeating Bree Pfarr (Minnesota) in the finals, 5-1.
Finished in sixth-place at the Joe Parisi Open after an injury in his third match kept him out of the rest of the tournament.
A loss in the finals at the UNI Open against Kevin Steinhaus (Minnesota) gave him a second-place finish.
Went 20-7 this season overall, with a dual record of 6-1. Eblen picked up one technical fall win and five major decisions this season.
Took titles at three tournaments - the UCM Open (six wins), Kaufman-Brand Open (four wins) and Roger Denker Open (four wins).
Competed in his first collegiate dual against Baker; Eblen won by major decision 11-3 over Parker Owen.
Finished in seventh at the Southern Scuffle, winning five of his seven matches.
Completed the season with 20 wins and only four losses. Eblen had three wins by fall, eight by major decision, and two technical falls this season.
Finished in third place at both the UCM and Roger Denker Opens with ten wins between the two tournaments.
Took fourth place at the Lindenwood Open.
Had second-place finishes at the Kaufman-Brand Open and the MVC Open. Both finals matches were against other Missouri wrestlers.
Had an overall season record of 18-6.
Eblen's first collegiate win occurred at the Lindenwood Open against Jared Korte (McKendree) by major decision 22-10.
Finished in fifth at the UCM Open and sixth at the Kaufman/Brand and Roger Denker Opens.
Was named the champion at the MVC Open after defeating four other wrestlers.
Eblen's season record was 13-5 including three pins and one technical fall.
Took fourth place and second place at state his sophomore and junior seasons respectively, both at 171 pounds.
At the 2007 Fargo Cadet Nationals, he placed second in the Greco competition and fourth in the freestyle.
In 2009, finished eighth in freestyle at the Fargo Junior Nationals.
Has two siblings - Tommy, who wrestled at UCM, and Tim.
|Season||Overall||Duals (MAC)||Tournament (MAC/NCAA)||Major Dec.||Fall||Tech. Fall|
|2011-12||18-6||0-0 (0-0)||18-6 (0-0/0-0)||4||3||2|
|2012-13||20-4||2-2 (0-0)||18-2 (0-0/0-0)||8||3||2|
|2013-14||20-7||6-1 (4-1)||14-6 (0-0/0-0)||5||0||1|
|Career||58-17||8-3 (4-1)||50-14 (0-0/0-0)||17||6||5|
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