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Nick Herrmann
Nick  Herrmann

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Amarillo, Texas

High School:
Tascosa

Weight:
125

03/16/2016

Virginia Begins NCAA Championships Thursday

Five Cavaliers begin competition at Madison Square Garden Thursday morning

03/09/2016

Brackets, Seeds Announced For NCAA Championships

DiCamillo seeded sixth, Nye seeded 14th to lead Cavaliers

03/08/2016

Atkinson, Gillen Selected At-Large For NCAA Championships

Cavaliers have five wrestlers headed to championship event at Madison Square Garden

02/06/2016

No. 18 Virginia Falls to No. 14 North Carolina, 27-20

Four Cavaliers earn bonus-point victories

02/05/2016

No. 18 Virginia Defeats Duke, 22-12

Six Cavaliers pick up wins in UVA's first ACC victory

2014, 2015, 2016 NCAA Qualifier - 125 pounds

2015-16
Earned his third-straight NCAA Championship berth
Finished third at the ACC Championships at 125 pounds
Posted a 15-10 record, including a 5-5 mark in dual meets
Claimed the Clarion Open (11/1) championship at 125 pounds
Posted a fall, a tech fall and three major decisions
Went 0-2 at the NCAA Championships

2014-15
• Qualified to NCAA Championships for second straight year
• Earned NCAA automatic qualifier after runner-up finish at ACC Championships (3/8)
• Was 2-2 at NCAA Championships
• Defeated Northern Colorado’s Trey Andrews (7-5) and reigning national champion Jesse Delgado of Illinois (injury default) at NCAAs
• Both losses at NCAAs were tight – 6-5 to No. 10 seed Ronnie Rios (Oregon State) and 9-7 in second sudden-victory period to Conor Youtsey (Michigan)
• Went 5-7 against 2015 NCAA qualifiers
• Ranked No. 28 in final NCAA Coaches Panel rankings
• Was 3-1 in ACC duals
• Won 125 championship at Wolfpack Open (11/16)
• Took third place at Hokie Open (11/9)

2013-14
• Earned at-large selection to NCAA Championships
• Posted 18-12 record, including 13-6 dual record while starting at 125 pounds
• Won 8-2 decision against West Virginia's Cory Stainbrook at NCAAs; both losses at NCAAs came to national seeds
• Placed fourth at ACC Championships
• Won all three of his matches at Virginia Duals as UVa claimed team championship (1/10-11)

2012-13
• Went 8-4, including 3-0 dual record, in freshman season
• Placed third at Mat Town Open (11/24)
• Pinned Anderson's Keenan Simmons in first career bout (11/3)

TASCOSA HIGH SCHOOL
• Four-time state champion
• Four-time NHSCA All-American
• Three-time NHSCA National Champion
• Named Junior NHSCA Outstanding Wrestler in 2011
• Named Texas Outstanding Wrestler in 2012
• Won Dave Schultz Award in 2012
• Four-time district and regional champion
• Named District Outstanding Wrestler from 2009-12
• Named Regional Outstanding Wrestler in 2012
• Coached by Joe Stafford

PERSONAL
• Parents are Anthony and Kirstan Herrmann and Rich and Stacy Ring
• Has three brothers, Avry, Zackery and Hudson

Weight Overall Dual ACC Dual Dual Pts. ACC NCAA MD TF Pins Fastest
Year Class Record Record Record Scored Place Place W/L W/L W/L Pin
2012-13 125 8-4 3-0 0-0 15 0-0 0-0 2-1 0-0 2-0 1:19
2013-14 125 18-12 13-6 3-3 44 2-2/4th 1-2 3-0 1-0 1-0 4:59
2014-15 125 17-9 6-3 3-1 20 2-1/2nd 2-2 2-1 2-0 1-0 5:54
2015-16 125 15-10 5-5 2-2 20 3-1/3rd 0-2 3-1 1-0 1-0 3:58
Career 58-35 27-14 8-6 99 7-4 3-4 10-3 4-0 5-0 1:19

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