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Fred Green
Fred  Green

RS Sophomore

Orting, Wash.

High School:

Last College:
Boise State



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Fred Green takes first at 157; Courtney, Keating, Kennerly and Kiyono also place

Posted a 20-18 record in the 2016-17 season with team-leading 10 falls at 157 pounds
Went 6-5 in dual meets as a redshirt freshman
Finished fourth at 157 pounds in the Pac 12 Tournament with a 2-2 mark
Won two matches over top-25 opponents in 2016-17
Won by decision over No. 17 B.J. Clagon (Rider) and No. 16 Clay Ream (NDSU)
Redshirted in 2015-16 with a 29-10 record while wrestling at 157 and 165
Won with five major decisions, three tech falls and 18 pins as an unattached wrestler
Wrestled in eight tournaments in his redshirt season

Four-time state champion at Orting High School under head coach Jody Coleman
Named Most Outstanding Wrestler as a senior at the Tri-State Championship
Two-time Tacoma Athletic Commission/Key Bank Athlete of the Year (2013, 2014)
Served as ASB President as a senior at Orting
Four-time WIAA Academic Athletic Award winner
Member of the National Honor Society

Son of Fred Green and Brandie Betz
Has one sister, Hannah


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