Career -- posted a 38-15 career record at 141 pounds... placed fifth at 2008 Big Ten Championships to earn automatic NCAA Championships bid... had a 10-2 record at Carver-Hawkeye Arena... three-time academic all-Big Ten... transferred from Virginia Tech University after the 2005-06 season... was a member of three NCAA and Big Ten champion Iowa teams.
2009-10 -- posted a 9-3 season record at 141 pounds, going 8-1 in dual competition... scored 33 team points in dual competition... also competed at Midlands Championships... earned J. Donald McPike, Sr., award, which is annually presented to the senior with the highest grade-point average... academic all-Big Ten... letterwinner.
2008-09 -- went 7-1 in collegiate competition at 141 pounds, posting a 9-2 record overall... dual season record was 2-0... won Northern Iowa Open title... also competed at Midlands Championships... academic all-Big Ten... letterwinner... placed sixth at 66 kg at ASICS men's freestyle University National Championships.
2007-08 -- placed fifth at Big Ten Championships to qualify for NCAA tournament... season record was 22-11 at 141 pounds... went 15-7 in dual matches and 5-3 in Big Ten duals, scoring 22 team points in dual competition... posted a 5-2 mark at Carver-Hawkeye Arena... posted five major decisions and one technical fall... won Midlands Championships title... placed third at Kaufman-Brand Open while competing unattached... NWCA all-academic and academic all-Big Ten selection... Iowa's Big Ten Sportsmanship Award winner... letterwinner.
2006-07 -- competed unattached due to Virginia Tech transfer... posted a 13-4 record at 141 pounds while wrestling unattached... runner-up at Northern Iowa and Harold Nichols Opens and placed fifth at Kaufman-Brand Open... recorded three major decisions, one technical fall and one pin. 2005-06 -- redshirted at Virginia Tech University... won 141-pound 20-and-under title at Kaufman-Brand Open while competing unattached.
High School -- one of 16 wrestlers in state history to win four state titles...four-time district, sectional and conference champion... set school records for most wins, pins and takedowns in a career... four-time letterwinner... Wrestling USA scholastic all-American... two-time team captain... coached by Brad Bridgewater and Doug LeClere.
Personal -- born August 23, 1987... son of Doug and Mary LeClere... biology major.