Mizzou wins 23 matches on the day, including four against ranked opponents
Mizzou Athletics catches up with members of Mizzou Wrestling and discuss an array of topics
Cox, Houdashelt and Mayes all bring home titles for Mizzou.
Cody Johnston, Johnny Eblen, and Devin Mellon all won titles Sunday at the University of Central Missouri.
Fans can get their first look at the seventh-ranked Tigers as nearly 20 duals will be contested.
Competed in five tournaments for the Tigers, as well as earning his first career dual start against SIUE.
Finished in sixth place at the Warren Williams/Daktronics Open, losing only to Missouri's Lavallee and twice against Northern Illinois' Andrew Morse.
Was crowed the champion at the Joe Parisi Open in the freshman/sophomore division after picking up four straight wins.
Finished in second place at the Kaufman-Brand Open, losing a close 3-2 match in the finals versus Missouri's Lavallee.
His first career dual start and win occurred in the dual against SIUE, in which he pinned Logun Taylor to help the Tigers to their 40-0 shutout against the Cougars.
His first collegiate win came against Colton Thomas of Oklahoma State by way of a 7-6 decision.
Earned fifth place finishes at the UCM, Joe Parisi, and Grand View Opens, picking up 16 wins between the three tournaments.
Finished in sixth place at the Kaufman-Brand Open.
Earned a third-place finish at the Roger Denker Open.
Had an overall season record of 23-10 with one major decision and two pins.
His junior year, had an overall record of 49-4 after taking third place at state at 140 pounds.
Went 52-2 his senior season, taking fifth place at state at 152 pounds.
Had a high school career record of 152-33.
In 2012, took first at state in both Freestyle and Greco.
Was a three-time All-Conference selection, a two-time All-State honoree, and the District Wrestler of the Year.
Played two years of football throughout high school.
Academically, was an Academic All-American, two-time Academic All-State, a member of the National Honor Society, and was on the Principal's Honor Roll all four years.
His father attended Ohio State University, while his mother attended Ohio Northern University.
Both parents work in the pharmaceutical industry.
Has one older brother, Daniel.
Chose Mizzou over Ohio State and Rutgers.
|Season||Overall||Duals (MAC)||Tournament (MAC/NCAA)||Major Dec.||Fall||Tech. Fall|
|2013-14||14-8||1-0 (0-0)||13-8 (0-0/0-0)||1||3||1|
|2014-15||16-11||0-1 (0-0)||16-10 (0-0/0-0)||2||0||2|
|CAREER||30-19||1-1 (0-0)||29-18 (0-0/0-0)||3||3||3|
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