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2012-2013: NCAA Championship automatic qualifier ... Selected to the All-Ivy League second team ...  Captured the title at the Michigan State Open with four wins, including a major decision over Dustin Shultz (Purdue) ... Posted a first-place finish at the NY State Wrestling Championships (A Division) with four victories ... Defeated Irvan Buck (Niagara) by major decision, 10-0, and recorded a sudden victory over Buffalo's Clay Reeb ... Won bouts over Maryland's Danny Orem and Drexel's Noel Blanco at the Northeast Duals ... Went 3-2 at the Midlands Championships with a technical fall against Mike Schmidlin (Sunnyvale Club) ... Secured a major decision at Bucknell versus Vincent Favia ... Defeated American's Mark Cirello via major decision ... Went 4-1 in the Ivy League, including a pin of Princeton's Brandon Rolnick and a major decision over Brown's Phillip Marano ... Claimed fourth at the 2013 EIWA Championships, going 3-2.

2011-12: Qualified at the NCAA Championships after a breakout season at 157 pounds … went 30-16 and 3-2 in Ivy League bouts … had two pins and a team high 10 major decisions … placed fourth in the Open Division at the Michigan State Open … placed fifth at the Body Bar Systems Invitational … won the 157-pound title in the Championship Division at the New York State Collegiate Wrestling Championships … placed fifth at the EIWA Championships … went 3-2 at the Michigan State Open … went 4-2 at the Body Bar Systems Invitational with a 13-5 major decision over Austin Sommer (Drexel) … went 4-2 at the Nittany Lion Open with a 1:07 pin against Cameron Wade (Navy Prep), an 11-2 major decision over Tanner Schaffer (American) and a 15-5 major decision over Owen Scott (FLWC, una) … went 3-1 at the Mat Town Invitational with a 12-4 major decision over Michael Testen (Bloomsburg) and a 10-8 sudden victory over then-No. 20 Mallie Shuster (Kent State) … defeated CT Talevi (Davidson) by technical fall, 19-4 …went 4-0 at the New York State Collegiate Wrestling Championships with a 22-4 technical fall over Frank Sterlace (Jamestown CC) and a 16-5 major decision against Matt Cartusciello (Hunter) … defeated Franklin & Marshall’s Eric Norgard by technical fall, 22-7 (5:59) … defeated Princeton’s Kyle Roddy by major decision 13-2 … defeated Penn’s Tory Hernandez by major decision, 12-2 … went 3-2 at the EIWA Championships with a pin against Joseph Evangelista (Sacred Heart) in 2:40 … went 2-2 at the NCAA Championships with a 6-4 win over Albert White (Oklahoma State) and a 6-4 OT win over David Bonin (UNI).

2010-11: Finished 12-17 overall at 157 pounds, and 3-2 in the Ivy League ... placed fifth at the NY State Championship ... won three of his final four dual bouts, including an exciting 11-9 sudden victory win over Daniel Kolodzik of Princeton.

2009-10: Finished 9-9 at 141 pounds and 2-3 at 157 pounds ... placed sixth at Body Bar Invitational going 4-2 at 141 pounds ... finished 2-2 at Las Vegas Invitational, both wins by technical fall ... defeated Eric Biehl (SIUE) 15-0 and Justin Schumacher (W.Wyoming) 19-2 ... had a major decision over Troy Hernandez (Penn) 10-1 at 157.

At Crestwood: Four-time PIA AAA District 2 champion ... PIAA AAA state place finisher as a sophomore (eighth), junior (fourth) and senior (third) ... four-year letterwinner in wrestling and tennis ... three-time wrestling co-captain.

Personal: Financial economics major ... son of Mollie Caffrey and Gerald O'Hara ... born in Reading, Pa.

Career Record
2009-10: 11-12, 2-2 Ivy League
2010-11: 12-17, 3-2 Ivy League
2011-12: 30-16, 3-2 Ivy League
2012-13: 22-7, 4-1 Ivy League 
Total: 75-52, 12-7 Ivy League


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