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Corey Jantzen
Corey Jantzen
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Shoreham, N.Y.
High School: Shoreham-Wading River
Position: 141
House Affiliation: Currier

Sophomore (2008-09)
NCAA Qualifier ... Named second-team All-Ivy League ... Finished second at the EIWA Championships ... Compiled a 5-0 dual record, but missed majority of the season with an injury ... Won the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational as an unranked wrestler an defeated four grapplers seeded higher than him, including defending national champion J. Jaggers of Ohio State ... Earned EIWA Wrestler of the Week and a No. 1 ranking the following week ... Went 2-1 at the Midlands Championships before an injury forced him to withdraw from the tournament ... Went 3-0 at the Lone Star Duals ... Missed the next eight dual matches (five weeks) due to injury ... Returned to the line-up against Columbia (Feb. 20).

Freshman (2007-08)
NCAA qualifier ... Named second-team All-Ivy ... Went 14-8 despite missing seven weeks of the season due to injury ... Finished third at the East Stroudsburg Open and took sixth at the Midlands Championship ... Came back after a seven-week hiatus to go 2-0 in Ivy League action and take fourth at the EIWA Championships.

Before Harvard
Ranked No. 1 in the nation at 133 pounds by Intermat out of high school ... A five-time league champion, four-time county champion, a two-time New York state champion and Outstanding Wrestler as a junior ... Named all-county five times and all-state four .. Placed fourth at the U.S. Cadet National Freestyle Tournament and is a FILA Cadet World Trial champion ... Finished seventh at 133 pounds in the Midlands Open, a college tournament ... Went 35-0 as a senior and ended high school career with 86straight victories ... Compiled a 185-7 high school record ... Member of the National Honor Society and Teacher Corps ... Involved in student government ... Brother, Jesse, was a three-time wrestling All-American and NCAA champion for Harvard ... Sister, Doni-Melissa, was a two-time field hockey All-American at Hofstra and father, Donald, wrestled at C.W. Post.