J.P. O'Connor
J.P. O'Connor
Year: Junior
Hometown: Oxford, N.Y.
High School: Oxford Academy
Position: 157
House Affiliation: Kirkland

Third NCAA Champion at Harvard ... Second three-time All-American ... Only undefeated NCAA Champion at Harvard (35-0) ... Tied for program lead in wins with 132 career victories ... Posted a collegiate record of 132-16.

Senior (2009-10)
Team captain … Won the 157 pound title at the NCAA Wrestling Championships … Compiled 35-0 record … Finlaist for the Hodge Trophy ... Named EIWA Wrestler of the Year … Won 157 pound title at EIWA Championships … Co-Ivy League Wrestler of the Year … Unanimous first team All-Ivy League … Named Academic All-Ivy League ... Won titles at Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational and the Binghamton Open.

 Junior (2008-09)
Team captain ... Unanimous first-team All-Ivy League selection ... Compiled a 32-4 record ...NCAA qualifier ... Advanced to the Round of 12 at the NCAA Championships ... Finished second at the EIWA Championships after making his third EIWA final ...Won the Binghamton/Brute Open by defeating defending national champion Jordan Leen in the first tournament of the season ... Placed third at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational

Sophomore (2007-08)
Earned All-America honors with a sixth-place finish at the 2008 NCAA Championships ... Named unanimous Ivy League Wrestler of the Year and first-team All-Ivy ... Also garnered Academic All-Ivy League honors ... Compiled a 28-4 record and went 13-0 in dual action ... Named to the NWCA All-Effort team ...Ranked as high as second in the nation ... Finished second at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational and EIWA Championship.

Freshman (2006-07)
Took fifth in the 149 pound weight class at the NCAA Championship to become the first freshman All-America at Harvard ... Automatically qualified for the NCAA Championships after taking second at the EIWA Championships ... Finished rookie campaign with a 37-8 mark ... His 37 wins are the most by a freshman in program history ... Went 13-1 in dual meets this season with lone loss coming from No. 4 Jordan Leen of Cornell ... Named second-team All-Ivy ... Named Co-Ivy League Rookie of the Year and EIWA Freshman of the Year.

Before Harvard
One of three people in New York state history to win four New York state champion titles... Named first team All-America ... Member of Amateur Wrestling News Dream Team ... Recipient of the 2006 Dave Schultz Athletic Excellence award ... A five-time sectional champion and first team all-conference section from 2001-06 ... Finished high school career with a 238-12 record ... Played soccer and baseball at Oxford Academy ... Captained the soccer and wrestling teams ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Presidential Award winner ... Recipient of the RIT Computing medal and the US Army scholar athlete award.