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Mizzou Wrestling Summer Update
The Tigers had 13 Tigers place in two open tournaments over the weekend, eight of which are freshmen
Mizzou joins eight of the nation's elite programs in the Twin Cities for the NWCA Cliff Keen Championship Meet.
Cody Johnston, Johnny Eblen, and Devin Mellon all won titles Sunday at the University of Central Missouri.
Was crowned the champion at the UCM open after winning by technical fall (17-0) in his first match, followed by three decision wins.
Took fifth place overall at the Joe Parisi Open, winning three matches total at the tournament, two by way of pins.
Picked up another title at the Kaufman-Brand Open.
A third-place finish came at the UNI Open where Prazma won five of his six matches, including a rematch against Austin Gelbach of Northern Iowa.
Overall, Prazma's season record came to 17-5, with five wins coming by pin and three coming by way of technical fall.
Competed in the duals against Old Dominion and Purdue, winning the latter of the pair.
Placed fourth at the Kaufman-Brand Open, winning six of his eight matches.
Finished in third place at the Roger Denker Open, defeating Garrison McCauley of Oklahoma in the finals by technical fall, 17-1.
Prazma picked up a total of 21 wins on the season.
Finished in third place at the UCM Open, winning seven of his eight matches overall at the tournament.
Took fourth at the Lindenwood Open after winning his first match with a pin at 1:14.
Another third-place finish came at the Kaufman-Brand Open, where his only loss was to Missouri's Zach Toal.
Prazma lost two of his matches at the Roger Denker Open to finish in fifth place overall.
Picked up a third third-place finish at the MVC Open after only losing one match by a pin with six seconds left in the match. He defeated James Houchins and Joshua Cyr, both of Missouri, throughout the tournament.
Had a season record of 25-7 with nine wins coming by fall, the fastest of which was 36 seconds into the match.
Picked up his first collegiate win against Ian Taylor (HLG) at the Lindenwood Open.
Finished in second place at the Roger Denker Open, losing to Mizzou's Jordan Gagliano in the finals.
Prazma picked up 11 wins in his first season on the team, three of which were pins.
Recorded 78 wins by fall in his four years on the team, 54 of which came in his junior and senior seasons.
Had 140 wins overall in his career after picking up 50 in his season year alone.
Competed in the 2009 Southeastern Regional, where he earned a runner-up finish in the freestyle event.
Also lettered three times in soccer.
Was named Academic All-State.
His father is a paramedic and a firefighter, while his mother is a credit analyst.
His mother attended SIU-Edwardsville.
Has an older sister, Erika, who played soccer at Eastern Illinois University.
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