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Samuel Goldman
Samuel Goldman
Year: Senior
Hometown: Port Washington, N.Y.
High School: Paul D. Schreiber
Position: 141
Major: Computer Science
House Affiliation: Lowell

Senior • 2018-2019
Was 3-4 on the season at 141 pounds ... All three wins were by decision ... Won his first match of the year at the Jonathan Kaloust Bearcat Open against Paddy Quinlan of Franklin & Marshall (Dec. 11-7) ... Won his first two matches at the David H. Lehman Franklin & Marshall Open, downing Gray Hart of Virginia (Dec. 6-3) and the unattached Kyle Slendorn by a 10-5 decision.

Junior • 2017-2018
Posted a 4-3 record, inlcuding a 2-1 dual match mark at 133 pounds ... Competed in one tournament, and three dual matches ... Went 2-2 at the Franklin & Marshall Open with a 19-2 technical fall over James Giaccia, and a 12-1 major decision over Bucknell's Frank Satriale ... Earned an 18-2 technical fall against Maryland's Jhared Simmons, and a 10-3 decision over Stanford's Anthony Le in dual matches. 

Sophomore • 2016-2017
Tallied a 6-8 record on the season, including a 5-2 mark in dual contests … Tallied a victory at the Keystone Classic … Won via decision, 6-4, over Franklin & Marshall’s Nolan Foster … Earned back-to-back technical falls over Jacob Lehr (Cornell) and Tristin DeVincenco (Penn) … Toppled James Pawelski (Brown), 6-4.

Freshman • 2015-2017
Went 6-4 overall ... Posted a 2-2 record at Binghamton Open ... Placed fourth at Franklin & Marshall Open, going 4-2.

Before Harvard
Four-timee letterwinner in wrestling and three-time letterwinner in cross country ... Captained wrestling team in 2014 and 2015 and cross country team in 2014 ...  Three-time Section VIII All-Nassau County ... Earned all-state honors in 2015 ... Three-time team MVP ... Placed fifth at state championships at 126 lbs. in 2015 ... Class valedictorian ... National Merit Scholar ... Long Island Nes 12 Scholar-Athlete ... Siemens Science Competition National Semifinalist ... Father, Daniel, captained the Middlebury College football team.

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