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Rollie Peterkin
Position: 133
Year: Senior
City/State: Wellesley, Mass.
High School: Blair Academy
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Year

Overall

Dual

MD

TF

Falls

Fastest

2006-07(125/133)

17-8

5-1

3

0

2

0:35

2007-08(125)

31-5

15-2

8

1

2

0:30

2008-09(125)

23-7

13-5

5

5

1

2:23

2009-10

DNC






2010-11 (133/141)

29-7

11-3

10

1

2

4:01

Totals

100-27

44-11

26

7

7

0:30

Honors
2011 - NCAA Championships Qualifier (Round of 12)
2011 - Second-team All-Ivy
2010 - Southern Scuffle Champion
2010 - Keystone Classic Champion
2009 - NCAA Championships Qualifier (Round of 12)
2009 - Second-team All-Ivy
2008 - Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational Champion
2008 - NCAA Championships Qualifier (Round of 12)
2008 - EIWA Champion
2008 - Second-team All-Ivy
2008 - Keystone Classic Champion
2007 - Keystone Classic Champion


2010-11: NCAA Championships qualifier ... Second-team All-Ivy ... Keystone Classic champion ... Southern Scuffle champion ... Team captain ... Went 3-1 at 141 pounds at Binghamton Open to start season (11/14) ... Won third career Keystone Classic title (11/21) on home mats with a 4-0 performance, including three major decisions ... 5-0 at Southern Scuffle (12/29-30), including a 5-0 win over No. 4 Lou Ruggirello (Hofstra) in final ... Posted 10 wins by major decision ... 13-4 against EIWA opponents ... 8-2 against Ivy wrestlers ... 2-4 against ranked opponents ... 18-5 in tournaments ... 3-1 at the EIWA Championships (3/5-7) to claim third place ... Had one win by fall and another by technical fall en route to third place ... Seeded 10th, went 3-2 at the NCAA Championships (3/17-18), advancing to the Round of 12 with three straight wins after being upset in the first round ... Defeated Edinboro's Eric Morrill, 10-1, for third bonus-point win at the NCAA Championships ... Defeated Old Dominion's Kyle Hutter, 4-2, in sudden victory to record 100th career win ... Finished career with eight wins at NCAA Championships.

2009-10:
Did not compete.


2008-09: NCAA Championships qualifier … Advanced to the Round of 12 at the NCAA Championships … EIWA second-place finisher … Cliff Keen Invitational champion … second-team All-Ivy … 23-7 overall … 7-3 against EIWA opponents … 3-2 against Ivy foes … 13-5 in dual meets … Scored 41 team points in duals … Went 5-0 at Cliff Keen Invitational to win the championship, defeating three ranked wrestlers along the way … Won second-consectutive Keystone Classic championship with a 3-0 record at the tournament … Went 2-2 at the NCAA Championships, advancing to the quarterfinals before losing to eventual national finalist and No. 1 seed, Paul Donahoe (Edinboro) … Defeated Michigan State’s Eric Olanowski, 21-2, in opening-round match (3/19) … Followed that up with a 4-1 win over Iowa State’s Tyler Clark (3/19) … Won one match via fall, pinning Appalachian State’s Andrew Sifakis in 2:23 (11.23) … Won five bouts via technical fall … Had five wins via major decision … Shut out his opponent six times.



2007-08: 2008 NCAA Qualifier ... 2008 EIWA Champion at 125 pounds ... Finished season with a 31-5 record ...Advanced to the Round of 12 at the NCAA Championships with a 3-2 record ... Wrestled in every dual, going 15-2 and scoring 58 team points ... Five wins over ranked opponents ... 8-1 against EIWA opponents in regular season ... Went 4-0 at Keystone Classic (11/18) to win 125-pound title ... Went 5-1 at Cliff Keen Invitational in Las Vegas (11/30-12/2) to finish in third place ... Two falls in 07-08, with the fastest coming in 30 seconds against Grand Canyon’s Tony Covert (1/6) ... Eight major decision victories to go with one tech fall ... Shut out his opponent five times.


2006-07: Only freshman to letter for the Quakers ... Finished with a 17-8 record in his freshman campaign, including a 5-1 mark in dual meets ... Had two falls, with the fastest coming in 35 seconds ... Also had three major decisions.


High School: Had a standout career at Wellesley (Mass.) High ... Won the NWCA National Championship in 2005 ... Was 2005 New England champion ... Three-time Massachusetts Division II state champion and two-time all-state ... Twice captured the Junior/Cadet National Championship.


Personal: Son of Susan and Roger Peterkin ... Enrolled in Wharton with a concentration in finance.



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