NIU picks up wins over West Virginia, Binghamton and Sacred Heart
2013-14:Finished second on the team and first among non-redshirts for the Huskies with 22 victories... Placed a three tournaments during the season... Paced the team with 42 dual points and 12 dual victories... Claimed third place at the MAC Championships with a 3-2 record... Took second place at the Warren Williamson/Daktronics Open on Nov. 3 with a 4-1 record, losing only to conference champion J'Den Cox of Missouri in the title bout... Finished fourth at the MSU Open on Nov. 9... Recorded his lone pin of the season Nov. 16 at the EMU Duals, sticking Clarion's Brandon Contreras early in the third period... Scored a technical fall of North Dakota State's Colt Castleberry at the Northern Duals on Nov. 23... Posted a 5-3 record in MAC dual competition.
2012-2013: Went 10-4 in his first year as a Huskie before an injury sidelined him for the remainder of the year... Won four matches determined by major decision... Earned a 3-0 record at the Huskie Duals (11/10)... Won the 197 title at the EMU Open's fresh/soph division (11/3)... Won his first nine matches of the season.
High School: Registered a 215-22 record in four seasons at Holly High School... Four-time all-conference and all-area selection... Also a four-time Michigan state tournament qualifier... Three-time all-state honoree and team captain with the Bronchos... Went 54-0 with 30 pins during his senior season, winning the Flint Metro League and sectional titles in the process... Won the Michigan Division 2 state championship in 2011-12 at 215 pounds... Earned team MVP, all-conference, all-area and first team all-state honors as a senior... Took fourth place at the Senior Nationals Tournament while wrestling at 195 pounds... Took second place at state as a junior with a 54-2 record... Won the conference and sectional titles at 215 in 2010-11... Earned a fourth place at state as a sophomore, while winning a conference title and a second place sectional finish.
Personal: Born December 8, 1993, in Pontiac, Mich... Son of Don and Cari Scott... Majors in business administration.