The Missouri wrestling team plays host to Maryland, No. 16 Purdue, and No. 21 Wyoming at the Hearnes Center.
Top-five Tigers honor seven seniors in home dual against SIU-Edwardsville.
No. 5 Missouri welcomes former Big-12 rivals No. 2 Oklahoma State and No. 22 Oklahoma for a pair of action-packed duals.
Mizzou improves to 10-1 on the year after defeating 21-ranked Northern Iowa Sunday, 27-9.
Mizzou won 9 of 10 matches in their 39-3 win against Northern Illinois.
2013-14: Competing at 141-pounds for the Tigers, Jauch wrestled in four tournaments and two duals. He had a very successful outing at tournaments this season, winning all out at the Warren Williams/Daktronics Open, Kaufman-Brand Open and UNI Open. Jauch racked up 16 wins overall, while only suffering four losses. Six of his wins were by fall, with his fastest coming at 0:49.
2012-13: As a redshirt freshman, Jauch impressed in four open tournament appearances and a handful of dual bouts. Wrestling at 141 pounds Jauch got his year off to a good start by taking first place in the UCM Open. Jauch won five straight matches defined by three falls and two decisions. His most impressive victory came via the fall just 1:28 into his first match of the day. Jauch continued the momentum into the Joe Parisi Open where he went 6-0 with two falls, two decisions, one major, and an injury forfeit to grapple his way to the top of the podium. Jauch headed into the Kaufman-Brand Open sitting at 12-0 on the season. He jumped all over his first opponent at the event making his record 13-0 after winning by fall 1:53 into the match. Jauch would be served his first loss of the season in his next match to Ethan Owens of Iowa in a 3-1 decision. Jauch won three straight before dropping his last two bouts to claim eighth place at the Kaufman-Brand Open. In his next open appearance Jauch was back on track. He won his first two bouts by fall and his second two by major decisions. Jauch was defeated in the finals by Josh Dziewa of Iowa on an 8-4 decision and took home second place at the Roger Denker Open. Jauch was 22-7 on the season securing six decisions, four major, one technical fall, two forfeits, and one overtime victory. He also was 2-1 in dual play, with wins over Ben Gillette (South Dakota St.) and Mark Erickson (North Dakota St.). Jauch was tied for a team-high nine falls.
2011-12: Jauch, using his redshirt, earned 11 wins in his first collegiate season. He wrestled in five open tournaments, with his best performance coming at the Roger Denker Open, claiming a sixth place finish. He won three of his four matches by fall and scored a major decision for his other victory at the tournament. On the season, Jauch won six of his 11 matches by fall, with the fastest coming in 1:04. Along with the major decision, he also picked up a technical fall win at the Kaufman-Brand Open, giving him eight bonus point victories on the year.
High School: A three-time state champion, Jauch lost just five matches over the last three years of his career at Crystal Lake Central. His first state title came at 112 pounds as a sophomore, finishing his year at 43-2. As a junior, where he finished third nationally, he went 44-1 at 125 pounds on his way to a second straight title, and capped off the three-peat at 140 pounds as a senior, finishing the year 45-2. Crystal Lake Central finished third during his sophomore year, and runner-up each of his last two seasons. In freestyle, Jauch finished first in state as a sophomore and third at Fargo Nationals as a junior. The All-American's career high school record is 169-11. Jauch was also on his school's honor roll. He chose Mizzou over Northern Iowa, Iowa State, Virginia Tech and Maryland.
Personal: Trevor was born to Brian and Stacy Jauch on June 24, 1993 in Hoffman Estates, Ill. He has three siblings: a brother, Ryan (21), and two sisters, Amber (22) and Erin (17). His brother, Ryan, is a member of Northern Iowa's wrestling squad. He is considering majoring in education.
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