|High School:||Shoreham-Wading River|
107 career wins rank seventh in Harvard history.
34 wins in 2011-12 rank sixth on Harvard's single season wins list.
Named First Team All-Ivy ... Placed fifth at the Binghamton Open with a 4-2 record ... Registered a pair of major decisions in his first two bouts of the year and a 15-0 tech-fall in the fifth-place match at the Binghamton Open ... Took third at the Keystone Classic with a 5-1 record including one fall and two major decisions ... Placed fifth at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational with a 4-2 record and one major decision ... Won by decision 4-1 against American University's John Boyle ... Posted a 7-1 decision against Maryland's Frank Goodwin ... Pinned Stanford's Josh Lauderdale at 2:00 ... Knocked off Cornell's Joe Stanzione via an 8-1 decision ... Registered a 9-0 major decision over Amry's Tyler Rauenzahn ... Defeated No. 9 CJ Cobb from Penn for the second time on the year with a 4-1 decision ... Recorded an 8-0 major decision against Princeton's Kevin Moylan ... Joined Harvard's 100-win club with a 7-3 decision over Cortlandt Choate of Brown ... Posted a 7-0 decision over Alec Mooradian of Columbia to up his win streak to seven matches ... Finished the EIWA Championships with a 3-2 record and placed fourth (March 8-9) ... Posted a 2-2 record at the NCAA Championships while also tallying his third fall of the season in the first round of the tournament (March 21-22).
Earned All-America status with an eighth-place finish at the NCAA Championships ... Reached the quarterfinals at the NCAA Championships with an 8-6 decision over sixth-seeded Devin Carter from Virginia Tech ... Took third at the EIWA Championships with a 4-2 double-overtime win over Mason Beckman of Lehigh ... Named to the NWCA All-Academic Team and was a unanimous selection to the All-Ivy League first team ... Ranked as high as No. 9 in the InterMat rankings ... Went 34-11 on the year with 11 major decisions, ranking sixth in program history for wins in a season ... Posted four victories over ranked opponents ... Took third at the Binghamton Open with a 5-1 record ... Went 2-1 at the Keystone Classic with one major decision to place second ... Named the Harvard COOP Athlete of the Week Dec. 5 after placing third at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational as the No. 8 seed ... Placed eighth at the Midlands Championships with a 3-3 record, including two major decisions ... Won six straight bouts to open the dual meet season, including a 10-2 major decision over Franklin & Marshall's Robert Ruiz ... Posted a 2-1 record at the Lone Star Duals ... Knocked off then 14th-ranked Bryan Ortenzio of of Penn via a 6-2 decision.
Completed a 23-17 overall record .... NCAA qualifier ... Placed fourth at the EIWA Championships ... Competed in the Binghamton Open, Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational and Midlands ... Suited up at 133 pounds for a dual meet.
Competed in the 125-133 weightclasses … Compiled a 20-12 record … Went 9-7 in dual action … NCAA Qualifier … Finished third at EIWA Championships, winning five of six matches.
A five-year starter and letterwinner in wrestling ... National High School Coaches Association (NHSCA) Junior National All-American ... Three-time all-state honoree ... Won state title as a sophomore and a senior ... Three-time Section XI champion ... Named Section XI Most Outstanding Wrestler in 2008 and received Loi Giani Award for best wrestler in Section XI in 2009 ... Received Section XI Sportsmanship Award ... FILA Cadet National Champion and Outstanding Wrestler ... Three-time New York state junior national duals team member ... Compiled a 186-15 collegiate record after going 46-0 as a senior .... Member of the National Honor Society ... Earned a spot on the Principal's List five times ... Student Against Destructive Decisions member.