Jeffrey Ott
Jeffrey Ott
Height: 5-6
Weight: 125
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Chelmsford, Mass.
High School: Belmont Hill
Position: 133
Major: Psychology
House Affiliation: Kirkland

Sophomore (2013-14)
Competed at the Jonathan Kaloust Bearcat Open and Midlands Championships … Recorded back-to-back major decisions against Mike Sardo of Binghamton, 10-0, and Justin Seim of Army, 13-1 … Placed sixth at the EIWA Championships with back-to-back decisions against Logan Everett of the Army, 7-2, and Esteban Gomez-Rivera of American, 6-5.

Freshman (2012-13)
Named Honorable Mention All-Ivy ... Placed second in his collegiate debut at the Binghamton Open with a 4-1 record ... Recorded a fall at the 4:35 mark and a 16-0 tech-fall in his first two collegiate matches ... Took sixth at the Keystone Classic after reaching the semifinals ... Posted a 2-2 record at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational and fell one win shy of placing ... Also competed at the Midlands Championships ... Recorded  a fall at 1:02 agianst Rider's Patrick Skinner ... Won a 4-0 decision against 17th-ranked Shane Gentry of Maryland ... Pinned Army's Hunter Wood at the 3:46 mark ... Knocked off Lehigh's Alex Abreu via a 10-0 major decision ... Earned a 14-0 major decision against Boston University Bubba McGinley for his fourth straight win ... Defeated Penn Gottfried of Columbia by a score of 14-8 to record his fifth straight victory ... Finished in fifth place at the EIWA Championships while posting a 4-2 record, including a major decision, a fall, and a tech-fall (March 8-9).

Before Harvard
Two-time captain, four-year letterwinner … Led Belmont Hill School to three league championships and a New England championship as a sophomore … Four-time New England prep champion, twice as outstanding wrestler … Four-time Prep National All-American, once as champion ... Four-time ILS champion and outstanding wrestler … Named Freestyle Junior National All-American … Three-time Flonationals All-American … Four-year honor roll student … Was a peer leader as a senior and junior … Organized an all-star wrestling dual meet for a children’s hospital.