Wins by Torrence and Harrison not enough for Huskies
2013-14:Registered a 13-17 mark as the Huskies' part-time starter at 174 pounds... Earned his first-career dual victory at the EMU Duals (11/16) with a 2-0 victory over Clarion's Ryan Darch... Defeated Buffalo's Rrok Ndokaj, 2-1, for his other dual win of the year... Earned a fifth-place finish at the Grand View Open (1/25) with a 3-2 record, defeating UW-La Crosse's Cody Grunenwald in the placing match... Defeated Waldorf's James Gomez, 17-0, for his first-career technical fall.
2012-13: Posted an 8-5 record during his redshirt season at NIU... Finished the year by winning seven of his last nine matches... Won the University of Dubuque Open (2/16) with a 3-0 record... Finished second at the Harper Open (2/2) by going 2-1... Earned his lone pin of the season with a first period pin of Wheaton's Matt Ellis at Dubuque... Tech falled Elmhurst's Emmet McGovern by a 16-0 score at Harper... Earned bonus point victories in all by two of his wins.
High School: Capped off his career at Reed-Custer High School with an undefeated season and a state championship at 160... Won the Illinois state championship at 145 in 2011... Qualified for the state finals as a freshman and a sophomore, finishing second in 2010 at 125... Earned the Comets' Team MVP award each of his first three years... Won Interstate Eight conference championships as a sophomore at 125 and as a junior at 145... Three-time all-conference and all-area selection... Two-time all-state honoree... Won his weight class at regionals three times and twice at sectionals... Won the Plano Tournament and was named the Outstanding Wrestler of the meet in 2010... Lettered in football all four years.
Personal: Born May 5, 1993, in Joliet, Ill... Son of Wade and Lori Chancey... Enjoys four-wheeling and swimming... Admires Dan Gable... Undecided on a major.