Redshirt senior Drake Houdashelt (149) competes for National Championships tomorrow
Waters, Houdashelt, and Cox secure All-American honors, four others still with chance entering tonight's session
Seven of ten Mizzou grapplers advance to second round of winners' bracket
Waters (125), Houdashelt (149), and Cox (197) last remaining Mizzou grapplers in winners' bracket
All 10 Mizzou starters earned automatic bids to this week's tournament
2014 NCAA Championships Qualifier (174 pounds)
Opened year with five straight wins and 174 pound championship at 2014 Harold Nichols Cyclone Open.
Finished in second place at 2015 Edinboro Open, going 4-1 with three major decisions.
Earned two ranked wins this season, including No. 13 Caleb Marsh (Kent State) and No. 11 Tristan Warner (Old Dominion).
Nearly half of his 31 season victories resulted in bonus points, as 15 wins included eight Major Decisions, one Tech. Fall, and six Falls.
After earning automatic bid to 2015 NCAA's, had impressive showing and nearly missed All-American status. Went 4-2 overall, including a 4-2 decision over No. 11 Tristan Warner.
Finished in second place at the Warren Williams/Daktronics Open after picking up his first four wins as a Tiger.
Another second place finish came at the Joe Parisi Open, with a 3-2 decision loss against Chris Perry (Okla. St.) in the finals.
His first dual win as a Tiger was by way of an 11-5 decision against Marshal Willet (Ohio).
Finished in eighth at the Southern Scuffle after going 4-3 in his matches across the two-day tournament.
Competed at the 2014 MAC Championships for the Tigers, finishing in fifth place with two wins by fall and one win by major decision to help the Tigers to the conference championship. His fifth place finish also got him an automatic qualifying bid to the 2014 NCAA National Championship.
England picked up 19 wins overall on the season with four pins and three major decisions.
Finished his redshirt freshman season (2011-12) with a 16-11 record overall, going 5-7 in duals.
Picked up his first-career dual meet victory with a 4-3 decision over Hunter Meys of Boston University.
Won the UNI Open title and finished second at the Harold Nichols/Cyclone Open in his first year as an attached wrestler for the Cyclones.
As a sophomore, he picked up a record of 16-9 in competition.
Was crowed champion of the Harold Nichols/Cyclone Open at 174 pounds.
Posted a 174-26 career record in his four years.
Finished his senior season with a record of 53-1, taking first place at state.
|Season||Overall||Duals (MAC)||Tournament (MAC/NCAA)||Major Dec.||Fall||Tech. Fall|
|2013-14||19-16||5-7 (3-5)||14-9 (3-2/0-2)||3||5||0|
|2014-15||31-16||13-9 (6-1)||18-7 (3-2/4-2)||8||6||1|
|CAREER||50-32||18-16 (9-6)||32-16 (6-4/4-4)||11||11||1|
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