Nicholas Gajdzik
Nicholas Gajdzik
Height: 6-4
Weight: HWT
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Rochester, Mich.
High School: Stoney Creek
Position: HWT

Freshman (2012-13)
Named Honorable Mention All-Ivy ... Went 2-2 at the Binghamton Open with one fall in his first collegiate action ... Posted a 2-2 record at the Midlands Championships including a second-period fall against Pittsburgh's Mike Gregory in his first match ... Clinched Harvard's win over No. 14 Lehigh with a fall over Max Wessell in sudden victory overtime (7:55) ... Defeated Brown's Marcos Aranda, 5-2 ... Knocked off Columbia University’s Chris Manna with a 2-0 decision to clinch the win for Harvard.  

Before Harvard
Three-time captain, four-year letterwinner … Stoney Creek High School’s first ever state champion and first three-time state placewinner … Won the heavyweight state title as a senior, finished as the runner-up as a junior and had a seventh-place finish as a sophomore … Won back-to-back regional championships and finished as the runner-up as a sophomore …   Three-time district and league champion … Was named to the All-Oakland County first team, North Oakland County first team, C&G News All-Westside first team and Power 15-MI Grappler as a junior and senior … All-Oakland County honorable mention as a sophomore … Stoney Creek record holder in career wins, pins, team points, seasonal takedowns, seasonal pins and season wins … Was a member of team Michigan for three straight years and named All-America as a junior … Was a member of the MI Grappler Dream team as a senior and earned team honorable mention as a junior … Was cadet champion at the Tournament of Champions in 2010 … Also earned three varsity letters in football and severed as team captain his junior year … Academic All-State first team and All-OAA White Division first team as a junior … Two-time All-Oakland county honorable mention … Athletic Hall of Fame inductee … Valedictorian of Stoney Creek’s graduating class of 2012 … Member of National Honor Society, Freshman Mentor Council and Student Council … Eight-time Scholar Athlete … Two-time Award of Excellence recipient.