Conor Young
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Class: SR
Weight: 157
Hometown: Silver Creek, Ga.
Career Record at CU: 104-41

CU RECORD BOOK: Conor Young moved to second-place on the Tigers' all-time wins list this season with 104 wins entering the NAIA Tournament ... Currently holds the career record for most tech falls (12) and is tied for the career record of most major decisions (18) ... Second on the career list in pins (41) ... His 32 wins as a junior in 2011-12 are the fourth most in a single-season in program history ... Appears three times on the single-season Top 10 list for most pins with 13 as a freshman in 2009-10, eight as a sophomore and 10 as a junior ... In 2011-12, he set the record for most single-season tech falls (5).

2012-13: Enters the 2013 NAIA Tournament with a 25-4 record ...  Repeated as NAIA East Region champion at 157 pounds ... Finished the regular season ranked No. 1 in the NAIA ... Mid-South Conference Academic All-Conference selection.

2011-12: In his third season at Campbellsville, Young became the eighth CU Tiger to win 30 matches in a season, posting an overall record of 32-6  ... He placed fifth in the NAIA Tournament at 157 pounds ...  He was named the Mid-South Conference Wrestler of the Week three times during the season ... Won the NAIA East Region Title ... Finished the regular season ranked No. 2 in the NAIA ... Mid-South Conference Academic All-Conference selection.

2010-11: As a sophomore, Young posted a 22-13 record on his way to the NAIA National Tournament. He was a Mid-South Conference Academic All-Conference selection.

2009-10: Young was named Campbellsville's Freshman of the Year in 2010 after posting a 25-18 record and qualifying for the NAIA National Tournament in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

HIGH SCHOOL: As a four-year wrestler at Rome High School, Young qualified for three Georgia State Tournaments. He placed third as a junior in 2008 and won a state title his senior year of 2009. He was a two-time team captain and posted a 103-25 career record. He was a five-sport letterman in high school for football, soccer, co-ed cheerleading, track and wrestling.

PERSONAL: He is the son of Ross and Ellen Young. All three of his siblings are currently high school or college student-athletes. In addition to wrestling, Young is a member of Sigma Zeta, Green Minds environmental awareness club and volunteers with the Tiger Youth Wrestling Club.


2012-13 Wrestling Roster
Derek AlsipSR   Cincinnati, Ohio
Tyler AlsipJR  133Cincinnati, Ohio
Josh AshbrookSR  184Cynthiana, Ky.
Aaron AyallaFR  125Hobart, Ind.
Ryu BallardFR  133Charlotte, N.C.
Chase BooneFR  125Hartford, Ky.
Robert BostonFR  125Indianapolis, Ind.
Justin BrowderSO  285Elizabethtown, Ky.
Ronta BurgessFR   Thomasville, N.C.
Mike ClarkSO  157Louisville, Ky.
Sam ConnersSO   Cincinnati, Ohio
Jarvis ElamSR  125Union, Ky.
Nolan FellerFR  149Brookville, Ind.
Shelby FloydFR   Hodgenville, Ky.
Paul GryniukSO  174Washington Court House, Ohio
Jonathan HillFR  165Atlanta, Ga.
Michael JohnsonFR   Woodbine, Ga.
Nate KnaufFR  184DeWitt, Mich.
DeCoreus LeavellJR  133Hopkinsville, Ky.
Seth LucasSR   Canton, Ohio
Connor MaglecicFR  197Cincinnati, Ohio
Seron MartinFR   Louisville, Ky.
Shawn McGheeFR   Steubenville, Ohio
Travis McIntoshSO   Washington Court House, Ohio
Matt MiltonJR  149Indianapolis, Ind
Terrell MooreFR  285Lexington, Ky.
Jacob RangeFR  197Livonia, Mich
Trevontay RhodesFR  165Augusta, Ga.
Jaylen RhoneyFR   Augusta, Ga.
Colby RinehartJR  141Sprayberry, Ga.
Zach RogichFR   Salem, Va.
Miguel SantisFR   Orlando, Fla.
Allen ScruggsSR  184Valdosta, Ga.
Aaron SeeFR   Brazil, Ind.
Brandon SellersSR   Alexandria, Va.
Kaden SuterFR  285Martinville, Ind.
Chris TeagueJR  141Greenville, S.C.
Kyle TerryFR   Elizabethtown, Ky.
Brandon WestermanJR   Atlanta, Ga.
Joe WhalenFR  157Lexington, Ky.
Conor YoungSR  157Silver Creek, Ga.
Franky James - Head Coach - 9th season
Mitch Knapp - Assistant Coach - 1st season
Tim Mitchem - Assistant Coach - 1st season
Obie Simpson - Assistant Coach - 1st season
Brittany Lask - Manager - 4th season
Zatoria Leavell - Manager - 1st season
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