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Year Overall Dual MD TF Falls Fastest
2007-08 (141) 11-7 2-2 2 0 1 2:47
2008-09 (141) 13-6 5-2 4 1 1 3:31
2009-10 (141) 29-13 11-5 1 0 3 2:25
2010-11 (141) 39-10 12-3 6 0 2 3:56
2011-12 (141) 25-7 9-1 6 1 0 -
Totals 117-43 39-13 19 2 7 2:25

Honors
2012 - NCAA Championships Qualifier
2012 - Unanimous first-team All-Ivy
2012 - EIWA Championships Fifth Place
2011 - NWCA All-Star Meet Selection
2011 - Binghamton Open Champion
2011 - NCAA All-American (Eighth Place)
2011 - NCAA Championships Qualifier
2011 - Unanimous first-team All-Ivy
2011 - EIWA Championships Third Place
2010 - Keystone Classic Champion
2010 - Binghamton Open Champion
2010 - NCAA Championships Qualifier
2010 - Second-team All-Ivy
2010 - EIWA Championships Third Place
2009 - Keystone Classic Champion

2011-12: NCAA Championships qualifier ... Unanimous first-team All-Ivy ... Fifth place at EIWA Championships ... Binghamton Open champion ... Selected to 2011 NWCA All-Star Meet ... Graduated with 117 career wins, fourth-most by a Penn wrestler ... 25-7 overall ... 9-1 in duals ... 14-2 versus EIWA opponents ... 11-0 inside the Ivy League ... 5-0 at Binghamton Open (11/13) to win title ... Defeated No. 12 Chris Villalonga (Cornell), 3-1, along road to title ... Defeated by No. 2 Boris Novachkov of Cal Poly, 4-0, at NWCA All-Star Meet (11/21) ... Defeated No. 9 Matt Mariarcher (American), 5-1 at Northeast Duals (11/26) ... Also defeated No. 14 Evan Henderson (North Carolina) at Northeast Duals ... Recorded 100th career win via a 14-2 major decision over Matt Rappo of Bloomsburg (12/2) ... 5-2 at Midlands (12/29-30) to finish sevenths ... Defeated No. 17 Mitchell Port (Edinboro) at Midlands ... Defeated Cornell's No. 15 Mike Nevinger by major decision, 9-1, in dual (1/14) ... Downed No. 15 Adam Krop (Princeton), 3-1 (2/18) ... 3-2 at EIWA Championships to finish fifth ... Lost to No. 13 Matt Mariarcher (American) via neutral fall in semifinals ... 3-2 at NCAA Championships ... Defeated North Carolina's Evan Henderson in opening round, 7-2 ... Defeated by No. 6 Boris Novachkov (Cal Poly), 5-1 in first round ... Avenged loss to Mariarcher with a 4-3 decision in wrestlebacks ... Avenged early-season loss to Hofstra's Luke Vaith with a 6-2 decision in wrestlebacks.

2010-11:
NCAA All-American at 141 pounds (Eighth Place) ... NCAA Championships qualifier ... Unanimous first-team All-Ivy ... Team captain ... Set Penn record with 39 wins in a single season ... Finished second among all NCAA Division I wrestlers at 141 pounds in wins ... Tied for third among all Division I wrestlers across all weights in wins ... Binghamton Open champion (11/14)  ... Keystone Classic champion (11/21)  ... 9-0 at those two tournaments to start the season ... 6-2 at Southern Scuffle (12/29-30) to finish 5th ... 12-3 in dual meets ... Won 12 dual matches in a row from 11/27-2/20 ... Tied for first among all EIWA wrestlers with 39 wins ... 19-2 against EIWA opponents ... 12-0 against Ivy opponents ... 27-7 overall in tournaments ... 4-2 at the EIWA Championships (3/5-6) to finish third ... Defeated Stephen Dutton of Lehigh, 4-2, in overtime to claim third ... 4-3 at the NCAA Championships (3/17-19) to become Penn's 25th All-American and first at 141 pounds ... Entered the tournament seeded 12th and defeated No. 6 seed Andrew Alton of Penn State, 5-4, in the Round of 12 to reach the podium ... Established a new program record for wins in a season with a 6-4 win over Jordan Thome of Army in a consolation round match.

2009-10:
Posted a 29-13 record in first season as starter ... Notched an 11-5 record in dual matches ... 9-3 against wrestlers from EIWA programs ... 4-1 in Ivy duals ... Placed at five tournaments ... Finished in fifth place at the Binghamton Open after a 5-1 day ... Went 3-0 in The Palestra to claim the Keystone Classic championship (11/22) ... Went 5-1 at the Nittany Lion Open (12/6) to finish in second place ... Lost to #18 Todd Schavrien in the final, 4-2 ... Won 11-straight matches from 11/22-12/6 ... Recorded 45 team points in dual meets ... Went 3-1 at the EIWA Championships (3/6-7) to finish in third place ... Defeated Lehigh's Seth Ciasulli, 7-3, in the third-place bout ... Was 0-2 at first NCAA Championships (3/18-20).

2008-09: 13-6 wrestling at 141 pounds … 5-2 in dual meets … 2-0 against Ivy opponents … 3-0 in EIWA duals … 4-2 at East Stroudsburg Open to start the season … 4-2 at the Keystone Classic to finish in fourth place … Scored 22 team points in duals … Recorded four wins by major decision … Picked up one tech fall … Scored one win via fall, in 3:31.

2007-08: Finished the season with an 11-7 record wrestling at 141 pounds ... 2-2 in dual matches ... Recorded one victory by pinfall, defeating Bloomsburg’s Kyle Vincelli in 2:47 at the Bearcat Open (11/10) ... Finished in second place at the Bearcat Open, going 4-1 on the day ... Was injured against Army’s Matthew Kyler (1/6) and did not compete the rest of the season.

High School: Two-time PIAA AAA state champion and four-time medalist ... Had a 199-18 career record, breaking the PIAA record for wins ... Went 107-5 over junior and senior years ... Led Upper Perkiomen to a state title in 2005-06 ... Won the Reno Tournament of Champions in 2006 ... FILA Junior Cadet champion ... Placed second at the FILA Junior World Team Trials ... 2005 Beast of the East champion ... Fargo National All-American ... Placed fourth against college competition at the 2006 Michigan State Open ... 2006-07 Philadelphia Inquirer SE Pennsylvania Wrestler of the Year ... National Honor Society member.

Personal: Son of Michele Wensel and David Kemmerer ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences as a biochemistry major.


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