Wrestling



    Trevor Perry  
    Trevor Perry

    Class:
    RS Senior

    Hometown:
    Davison, Mich.

    High School:
    Davison

    Weight:
    174


    Junior Season (2008-09)
    Made a run to the round of 12 at the NCAA Championships, his third consecutive trip to the national tournament ... placed sixth at the Big Ten Championships to qualify for the NCAAs ... tied for the team lead in wins with an overall record of 29-17 ... pinned eight opponents and tallied three major decisions ... finished the regular season ranked 16th nationally ... tallied four wins over nationally-ranked opponents, including two at the NCAA Championships ... picked up his first of two victories over #11 Kurt Brenner (West Virginia) to take third place at the Las Vegas Open before defeating then-#10 Brenner again at nationals ... also topped #14 Quentin Wright of Penn State and Iowa State's #20 Duke Burk in '08-'09 ... began his season with a third-place showing at the Michigan State Open by winning four of five matches ... won a pair of matches at the Midlands.

    Sophomore Season (2007-08)
    Made his second trip to the NCAA Championships in as many seasons following a sixth place finish at the Big Ten Championships that included a first-period pin of #16 Dave Erwin (Penn State) in the opening round ... defeated Wisconsin's Dan Clum, 2-0, in the Big Tens wrestleback to punch his ticket to the NCAAs ... ended the year at 20-14 overall and 12-4 in dual matches with 12 falls and three major decisions ... his 12 pins on the seasons are tied for the 10th most in IU history ... began the year by winning 12 of his first 14 matches ... placed fourth at the Michigan State Open by going 4-2 with three pins ... had a combined 7-0 performance at the Hoosier Duals and F.I.T.E. that included four falls and two major decisions ... chosen as the Big Ten Wrestler of the Week following the Hoosier Duals performance ... stuck two more opponents at the Midlands ... notched three victories at the Hoosier Quad.

    Freshman Season (2006-07)
    Advanced to the NCAA Championships and ended the season with a 23-11 record, including 13-3 in duals and 7-1 in Big Ten duals ... posted one technical fall, four major decisions and four pins on the season ... finished fifth at the Big Ten Championships, going 4-2, with his losses coming to ranked foes Gabriel Dretsch of Minnesota and Eric Luedke of Iowa ... came up one match short of becoming the first Hoosier since Viktor Sveda (1999) to go 8-0 in Big Ten duals, as he was bested by Michigan State's John Murphy (2/16) ... turned in a second-place finish at the season-opening MSU Open (11/12) ... earned two wins over ranked opponents, including a pin of Northwestern's Nick Hayes in just 22 seconds (2/9).

    Redshirt Season (2005-06)
    Had a tremendous redshirt season, posting a 17-7 overall record ... grappled to the 174-pound title at the Eastern Michigan Open ... finished fourth at the Michigan State Open ... opened the season with a seven-match win streak ... finished third at the Cleveland State Open ... recorded five pins, two technical falls and two major decisions on the season.

    Prep/Personal
    Led his high school team to four state championships ... two-time all-academic honoree ... 2005 state champion ... 2004 all-state recipient, finishing third ... two-time conference champion ... three-time Fargo All-American ... two-time FILA All-American ... finished seventh at the senior national competition ... has a twin brother, Travis, and one sister, Autumn ... son of Debbie and Don Perry ... born on March 18, 1987 ... majoring in General Studies.

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