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Cameron Croy
Cameron Croy
Year: Junior
Hometown: Brentwood, Tenn.
High School: Brentwood
Position: 174/184
Major: Economics
House Affiliation: Leverett

Junior (2012-13)
Named Honorable Mention All-Ivy Team ... Placed fifth at the Binghamton Open with a 5-2 record and one major decision ... Took second at the Keystone Classic with a 3-1 record including one major decision ... Moved down to 174 lbs. for the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational and posted a 2-2 record ... Went 2-2 at the Midlands Championships including an 18-4 major decision over Harper's Mike Kelly in his first bout ... Won a decison 6-3 in the dual with Rider against James Brundage ... Won major decisons against Keithen Cast of American, 14-6, and Stanford's Thomas Kimbrell, 11-3 ... Recorded back-to-back decisions against Brown's Ricky McDonald, 6-3, and Boston University's Kyle Czarnecki, 6-1 ... Placed eighth at the EIWA Championships with one major decision (March 8-9).

Sophomore (2011-12)
Placed fourth at the Binghamton Open with a 4-2 record ... Took second place at the Keystone Classic with a 2-1 mark ... Competed at the Midlands Championships ... Pinned Millersville's Miles Fischer at the 1:23 mark in dual meet action ... Posted wins against Army, Penn and Princeton in dual meet action to equal his longest winning streak of the year ... Took sixth at the EIWA Championships with a 3-3 record.

Freshman (2010-11)
Named All-Ivy League honorable mention ... Finished rookie season with a 16-19 record ... Has competed at the Binghamton Open, Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational, Midlands Tournament, dual meets and the EIWA Championships at 184 pounds.

Before Harvard
Three-year starter in football and four-year starter on the wrestling team … Captained football and wrestling teams as a senior … Three-time Tennessean Wrestler of the Year … Four-time Mid-State Dream team member … Named Most Outstanding Wrestler at the 2009 state tournament … Two-time Fargo All-American … Went undefeated as a sophomore, junior and senior, winning 119 straight matches … Was not scored on during junior and senior seasons … Three-time state champion … Two-time all-region selection in football and 2009 defensive player of the year … Volunteer for the Nashville flood relief .. Youth football and wrestling volunteer coach … Brentwood High School physics student of the year … Named to Wrestling USA 2010 Scholastic All-American team … Father, Jim, wrestled at Tennessee Tech.