Nathan Everhart  
    Nathan Everhart


    Tinley Park, Ill.

    High School:


    Junior Season (2008-09)
    Made his second trip to the NCAA Championships after finishing fifth at the Big Ten Championships ... defeated Penn's Trey McLean, 11-5, in his NCAA pig-tail match ... compiled a record of 26-17 overall and an impressive 6-2 mark during the Big Ten dual match season ... tallied three pins, a tech fall and two major decisions ... started all 23 dual matches, going 15-8 in those contests ... garnered a pair of victories over nationally-ranked foes ... defeated #11 Dustin Porter of Gardner-Webb and #17 Corey Morrison (Ohio State) ... advanced to the title bout at the Michigan State Open by winning three consecutive matches ... also gathered three wins at the Las Vegas Open ... had his hand raised twice at the Midlands ... ranked as high as 14th nationally during junior campaign.

    Sophomore Season (2007-08)
    Stamped his NCAA Championship ticket by defeating Purdue's Chris Kasten, 6-3, for seventh place at the Big Ten Championships ... advanced to the second round of the NCAAs with a 3-1 decision over Eric Bordas from Rider ... concluded the season with an overall record of 5-10 ... foot surgery forced him to sit out the entire non-conference schedule before returning to the starting lineup in the Big Ten opener versus Wisconsin ... tallied his first win of the year by beating Michigan State's Alan O'Donnell, 7-4 ... hit his stride at the Big Ten Championships, besting home-crowd favorite Benjamin Berhow at Minnesota and Michigan's Edward Phillips in addition to knocking out Purdue's Kasten.

    Freshman Season (2006-07)
    Compiled an overall record of 20-17 with four technical falls, four major decisions and two pin falls ... went 6-7 in dual meet action and 2-6 in the Big Ten ... won the first three matches of his collegiate career ... earned back-to-back tech fall wins on Nov. 19 at the Missouri Open ... completed both pin falls in less than three minutes ... picked up an 8-0 victory over Minnesota's Yura Malamura ... went to sudden victory with No. 19 Rick Roy from Michigan.

    Was a four-year letterwinner for Andrew High School ... placed at state tournament in junior and senior years ... finished sixth in the state in 2006 and third in the state in 2005 ... helped Andrew to a regional championship ... was a member of National Honor Society ... was a member of the high honor roll and graduated with high honors ... has three brothers, Scott, Jeff and Tyrone ... son of Tyrone and Denise Everhart ... born on Sept. 28, 1988 ... majoring in Biology BS.

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