Biography(references)He won three state titles for the Bulldogs and the 2001 189-pound high school national championship. He attended Oklahoma State University in Stillwater and won the 184-pound NCAA Division I wrestling title in 2003 as a freshman and the 197-pound title in 2005 and 2006. He placed second in the Big 12 Conference in 2005 and 2006, but went on to win NCAA championships both years, making him the fifteenth three-time NCAA champion in Oklahoma State history and just their 10th four-time All-American. He ended his college career with a 105–20 record.
Awards & Accolades
UFC: Submission of the Night (One time) vs. Chris Leben
NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships: 2003 NCAA Division I 184-pound wrestling champion
NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships: 2005 NCAA Division I 197-pound wrestling champion
NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships: 2006 NCAA Division I 197-pound wrestling champion
NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships: NCAA Division I All-American (Four times)
Big 12 Conference Wrestling Championships: 2004 Big 12 Conference 184-pound wrestling champion
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