Tiger Style's five recipients is T-1st most in the country
Tiger Style grapplers among 35 total MAC wrestling student-athletes to receive honor
Coaches and student-athletes were honored on the house floor, and also received an exclusive tour of the building
Willie Miklus, Drake Houdashelt, and Head Coach Brian Smith each honored for outstanding seasons
Mayes & Miklus each win seventh place contests to round out strong Tiger showing
Missouri Wrestling at the National Championships
2015 MAC Freshman of the Year
2015 Academic All-MAC Team
2014 SEC First-Year Honor Roll
Finished in 7th place at 2015 NCAA Championships, producing a 5-2 record along the way.
At NCAA's, defeated No. 6 Taylor Meeks (Oregon State), No. 7 Lorenzo Thomas (Penn), No. 14 Richard Robertson (Wisconsin) and No. 15 Timothy Dudley (Nebraska) nationally ranked opponents in the country.
Had 18 starts at 184 pounds for the Tigers and three starts at 197 pounds.
Began the 2014-15 season with an 18-0 record, highlighted by a win over No. 2 Jack Dechow (Old Dominion) on Nov. 23, 2014.
24 of his 33 season wins resulted in bonus points, good enough for .727 perctange of his overall victories.
In his 18 dual victories this season, accumulated 82 points (2nd most on Mizzou, only trailed J’den Cox’s 87).
Tallied 14 pins throughout the season, tops among Tiger Style starters for the 2014-15 campaign.
Took down six nationally ranked foes at 184 pounds, including four alone at 2015 NCAA Championships.
Named MAC Freshman of the Year by the league office on April 7, 2015.
Finished in fourth place at the Warren Williams/Daktronics Open, picking up his first collegiate win by a fall at 4:09 against North Dakota State's Tommy Peterson.
Took third place at the Joe Parisi Open, winning five of his six matches including a 6-4 decision over Missouri's Justin Heberlie.
Was crowed the champion at the Kaufman-Brand Open after winning his first two matches by fall followed by another win over Justin Heberlie.
Another third-place finish came from the UNI Open, with his only loss coming against Mizzou's J'den Cox.
Miklus picked up 17 wins this season with nine of them coming by fall, the fastest of which occurred 50 seconds into the match.
Won state titles his junior and senior seasons at 171 pounds and 220 pounds, respectively.
Had a perfect senior season, going 47-0 with a total of 368 takedowns on the season.
In 2011, was the Folkstyle Nationals runner-up at 171 pounds. Took eighth place at 189 pounds at Junior Freestyle Nationals.
Lettered all four years in wrestling.
Miklus decided to train at the Olympic Training Center for the year immediately following high school (2011-2012) before joining the Missouri squad.
Has three younger siblings - Tim, who is an incoming freshman on the Tiger wrestling squad for the upcoming season, Erin and Sean.
|Season||Overall||Duals (MAC)||Tournament (MAC/NCAA)||Major Dec.||Fall||Tech. Fall|
|2014-15||33-9||18-3 (6-0)||15-6 (2-1/5-2)||8||14||2|
|Career||33-9||18-3 (6-0)||15-6 (2-1/5-2)||8||14||2|
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