Ryan Flores
Ryan Flores
Weight: HWT
Year: RS Senior
Hometown: Clovis, Calif.
High School: Floyd B. Buchanan/Columbia University

       

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2011-12: Earned All-America honors for the second straight season … posted a 21-3 record with 17 falls … finished 20-1 in non-forfeited matches … his 17 single-season pins and 27 career falls are both second-most in program history … finished sixth at the NCAA Championships after recording four pins … captured his second straight EIWA Championship and third of his career with a 3-1 sudden victory over No. 2 Zachery Rey of Lehigh … pinned his other three opponents at the EIWAs, all of which came in 1:36 or less … defeated six ranked opponents on the season … his fastest fall came in 24 seconds against North Carolina State’s Josh Davis … finished 13-0 in dual meets … was ranked No. 1 in the country for 16 straight weeks and earned the No. 1 seed at the NCAA Championships … participated in the NWCA All-Star Classic for the second straight year, posting an 11-2 major decision over No. 6 Spencer Myers of Maryland … pinned each of his three opponents at the Northeast Duals and both of his foes at the NWCA National Duals.

2010-11: NCAA National Runner-Up and All-American … earned NWCA Academic All-America honors and posted the third-highest grade-point average among Div. I wrestlers with his 3.94 cumulative GPA  … defeated No. 1 Zach Rey of Lehigh 4-2 to win the EIWA Championship … placed third at the Midlands Championships with wins over No. 2 Ryan Tomei of Pittsburgh and No. 3 D.J. Russo of Rutgers … defeated Central Michigan’s Jarrod Trice 3-1 at the NWCA All-Star Classic … ranked fourth on the team with a 26-6 overall record, second with 10 falls, third with two tech-falls and fifth with three major decisions … recorded 11 wins over ranked opponents including eight wins over opponents ranked in the top five … won 11 straight matches between Feb. 9 and March 17 including six bonus point victories … fastest fall came in 1:04.

Before American: Wrestled for two seasons at Columbia before transferring to American ... captured heavyweight title in 2009 EIWA Championships … finished 2009 season with a 31-5 overall record … named first team All-Ivy League … two-time NCAA qualifier … placed second at 2008 EIWA Championships … held career record of 45-12 at Columbia. 

Year

Overall

Dual

Fall

MD

TF

2010-11

26-6

13-4

10

3

2

2011-12 21-3 13-0 17 0 0
           

Total

47-9

26-4

27

3

2